Botanical Survey

Some articles on botanical survey, botanical:

Botanical Survey Of India - History - Pre-Independence Era
... The British East India Company had already established botanical gardens at Sibpur, Poona, Saharanpur and Madras as centres for improving botanical knowledge and experimentation under the ... For example, the Saharanpur botanical garden, which dates from before 1750, was acquired by the East India Company in 1817 for growing medicinal plants ... Most of the EIC botanical gardens' work was for the cultivation of plants of interest in commerce and trade ...
Ernest Edward Galpin - Publications
... in Rep.S.Afr.Assoc.Adv.Sci.6209-29(1909) "The Native Timber Trees of the Springbok Flats" Botanical Survey Memoir No.7 (1925) "Botanical Survey of the Springbok Flats" Botanical Survey Memoir No.12 (19 ...
Calmadow - Botanical Survey
... The study they conducted constituted the most extensive botanical survey ever done in the area, with about eight new species of plant discovered in the process ... On the basis of the recent botanical survey in Cal Madow, the team recommended that the local forest should be conserved as a national monument, as it plays an important role in the mountain ...

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