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Flowering plants of Indian Institute of Science a field guide by K. Sankara Rao

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Published by Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore .
Written in English

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StatementK. Sankara Rao ; image, management, and layouts, Surendra Champanerkar.
ContributionsChampanerkar, Surendra., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Centre for Ecological Sciences.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23699042M
LC Control Number2009346465

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