4 edition of The Scrophulariaceae of the western Himalayas found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by Francis W. Pennell|
|Series||The Academy of natural sciences of Philadelphia ... Monographs, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 1 l., 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||44004761|
The Scrophulariaceae of the Western Himalayas. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. pp. 73– Sharma, B.M. & P. Kachroo Flora of Jammu and Plants of Neighbourhood. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. p. Stewart, R. An annotated catalogue of vascular plants of West Pakistan and Kashmir. Fakhri. Family Scrophulariaceae. Habitat Western Himalayas and Kashmir at 2,–3, m. English Brooklime. Folk Titalokiyaa, Tezhak. Action Antiscorbutic, blood purifier.
Valley Of Flower is an Indian National Park, located in Chamoli district, in the state of Uttarakhand and the Valley of Flower discovered by British Mountaineer, Frank Smythe, In It is declared as a national park in and in , the park renamed as Nanda Devi National Park and now it is a World Heritage Site.. The Valley of Flowers extends over a region of sq km- a territory. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Skip to search Skip to main The Scrophulariaceae of the western Himalayas  Pennell, Francis Whittier, Philadelphia, Description Book — vii p., 1 l., p. illus. (map) 25 pl. 27 cm.
Most of the major Indian rivers, assumed as lifeline of Indian culture and civilization, stream through the region. This book is a part of the documentation project continuing since , which unfolds a fascinating world of traditional architecture in the two major river systems Ravi and Beas of the Western Himalayas. Western Himalaya has a very rich heritage of medicinal and aromatic plants. About 2, plant species are being utilized in different Indian system of medicines; more than 1, herbal species are native of Indian Himalayan region, in which western Himalaya has a share of about 1, species which are still in use. The natural environment of this.
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of Natural Sciences of Phila., No. 5: 0 book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Francis W. Pennell (au). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pennell, Francis Whittier, Scrophulariaceae of the western Himalayas. Philadelphia, (OCoLC) Across the Himalayas through the ages: a study of relations between central Himalayas and western Tibet.
Author Chandola, Khemanand. Published Author by: Makhan Jha Languange: en Publisher by: M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd. Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 91 Total Download: File Size: 44,7 Mb Description: The present volume throws light on various dimensions of the Himalayan life and are twelve chaptres in the book Where various facets of the Himalayan culture,viz,the needed ethnographic.
The Scrophulariaceae of the Western Himalayas / Francis W. Pennell. Date: Editeur / Publisher: [S.L.],  Type: Livre / Book Langue / Language: anglais / English Catalogue WorldcatWorldcat. Active faulting does not contribute to the uplift of the Himalaya except along the Himalayan Front.
The active faults in the Himalayan Range are arranged right-stepping echelon ; they extend to form a large right-lateral fault system with the Karakorum fault, which is conjugate with the Altyn Tagh Fault. For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group.
Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc. along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora.
Also not mentioned in Scrophulariaceae of the Western Himalayas By Francis. Pennell ( Description & Keys- L. pyxidaria (syn. of Lindernia procumbens (Krock.) Philcox as per The Plant List), parviflora, crustacea, hookeri, cordifolia (syn.
of Lindernia anagallis (Burm. f.) Pennell as per The Plant List), nummularifolia, angustifolia (syn. of Lindernia micrantha D.
Don as per The Plant. The Scrophulariaceae of the Western Himalayas. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun. An annotated catalogue of vascular plants of West Pakistan and Kashmir. Scrophulariaceae of the Western Himalayas By Francis. Pennell ( Description & Keys- Lindenbergia grandiflora, macrostachya & ruderalis.
Also mentions ) taking it as Lindenbergia ruderalis (Retz.) Voigt-- Pennell who published revision of Scrophulariaceae of Western Himalayas inignored V.
agrestis but listed V. didyma, also did not record V. hederaefolia from Himalayas. didyma (syn V. polita Fries): leaves longer than broad, oval to lanceolate, dentate, corolla pale violet with darker veins in posterior lobe, capsule flattened, notched., V. stewartii: leaves broader than long.
The Present Study, Divided Into Two Parts, Deals With The Socio-Geographical Mosaic, The Racio-Cultural Background And Discusses The Factors Responsible For The Development Of The Wooden Temple Architecture In The Western Himalayas.
The five-petalled flowers are white and about cm across, filled with a mass of yellow stamens. The stems are prickly and the leaves are finely-toothed ovals with pointed tips. The R. moschata found in the western Himalayas is very similar, the main difference being that its branches are smooth and the leaf stalks are without prickles.
In Lahul And Spiti And Kinnaur Districts Of Himachal Pradesh Buddhism Has Been A Living Religion Of The Major Bulk Of The Population.
In This Book For The First Time An Integrated Socio-Political And Religious History Of This Region Has Been Attempted.
The genus Scrophularia of the family Scrophulariaceae comprises about species of herbaceous flowering plants commonly known as s of Scrophularia all share square stems, opposite leaves and open two-lipped flowers forming clusters at the end of their stems. The genus is found throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Scrophularia species are used as food plants by the larvae of. The limits of Pedicularis L. ser. Megalanthae (Prain) Bonati (Orobanchaceae) are revised. The series, typified by Pedicularis megalanthais restricted to seven species chiefly inhabiting the eastern Sino-Himalayan region.
Authorship of the name Megalanthae at series rank is ascribed to Bonati (Mém. Soc. Bot. France 13, ) because the groups recognised by Prain inthat have. The Pan-Himalayas (the Himalayas and adjacent regions) forms a natural geographic unit, from the Wakhan Corridor and northeastern Hindu Kush eastwards to the Hengduan Mountains via Karakorum and the Himalayas.
This region covers the northeastern corner of Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, northern India, Nepal, Bhutan, northern Myanmar, and southwest China (S Tibet, SE Qinghai, SE. The new species Picrorhiza tungnathii Pusalkar is described and illustrated from the western Himalaya, India.
It is distinguished from the allied P. kurrooa Royle ex Benth. by being 10–25 cm. The Scrophulariaceae are a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the figwort plants are annual and perennial herbs, as well as one genus of shrubs.
Flowers have bilateral (zygomorphic) or rarely radial (actinomorphic) Scrophulariaceae have a cosmopolitan distribution, with the majority found in temperate areas, including tropical mountains. Scrophulariaceae (figwort) of Western Himalayas by Pennell ( MiB) Karakoram Himalaya--sommets de m by ( MiB) Mountain Prospect by Russell ( MiB) Garhwal Himalaya by ( MiB) Garhwal Himalaya--Expedition Suisse by ( MiB).
Apart from this, Pedicularis, the largest genus of Scrophulariaceae, is regarded to have the Himalayan region as its centre of origin (Li 49, Hong,Limpricht ). This highlights the importance of working out its diversity in this region.
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C. Handa.About this book. Flora of Gangotri National Park Western Himalaya, India provides a detailed floristic account of taxa of Pteridophytes, [68 Species and one variety in 25 genera and 18 families], Gymnosperms [11 species and one variety in 7 genera and 4 families] and Angiosperms [ species, 22 subspecies and 35 varieties in genera and 87 families] with identification keys based on.