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by A. Fedorov,An A. Fedorov

eBook Flora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part & Bordering Regions (Flora of Russia, 5) epub
  • ISBN: 9054107553
  • Author: A. Fedorov,An A. Fedorov
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 532 pages
  • ePUB size: 1657 kb
  • FB2 size 1584 kb
  • Formats lit mobi lrf rtf


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515 pages, 45 illus, map. Publisher: A A Balkema. 515 pages, 45 illus, map.

Fedorov was a regional adviser for the Soviet Union on the international Flora Europaea project, published in five volumes in 1964-1980. He died 5 March 1987 in Leningrad and was buried at Serafimovskoe Cemetery, also in Leningrad. Selected publications.

Items related to Flora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part &. The text describes plant systematics, habitat conditions, range, and chromosome numbers. The series serves as a manual for botanists, agronomists, teachers, students and naturalists.

A Fedorov, An A Fedorov. The series serves as a manual for botanists, agronomists, teachers, students and naturalists

Neither the 30-volume Flora of the USSR nor the whole range of earlier published regional Floras and Keys can replace it.

Neither the 30-volume Flora of the USSR nor the whole range of earlier published regional Floras and Keys can replace it. Also it cannot be replaced by the recently published Flora Europaea. u The first of these "Floras" has already become significantly outdated (particularly the volumes published before World War II). The second type of "Floras" relates only to individual regions of the European part of Russia and is inconsistent in coverage as well as quality.

regions of Russia before the revision of the genus by Blom, 1996). the Middle European Russia, which resulted in a publi-. The numerous changes mean that there are diffi-. culties in the use of published data, and therefore her-. barium specimens appear to be the only solid basis for. the verification of species distribution. The project of the Moss Flora of Russia was started in. 2003, as principally a continuation of the Moss Flora of. cation of a two volume flora covering 543 species (Ignatov. amp; Ignatova, 2003, 2004). Being partially supported for.

This is the fifth volume in a series on the flora of Russia, and it covers the .

The text describes plant systematics, habitat conditions, range, and chromosome numbers.

This series of books is a translation of Flora Evropeiskoi Chasti SSR, which provides information on the wild and most important cultivated plants growing in the European portion of Russia and its bordering regions. The text describes plant systematics, habitat conditions, range, and chromosome numbers. The series serves as a manual for botanists, agronomists, teachers, students and naturalists. Volume 5 includes descriptions of 608 species from 133 genera and 23 families belonging to the orders Salicales, Erocales, Diapensiales, Ebenales, Primulares (, Polemoniales, and Scrophulariales.
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