A study on morphological and anatomical characteristics of some species of family Capparidaceae
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Published by University of Mandalay, Dept. of Botany in Mandalay, Myanmar .
Written in English

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Statementby Phyu Phyu San.
ContributionsUniversity of Mandalay. Dept. of Botany.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 100 leaves :
Number of Pages100
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Open LibraryOL23607332M
LC Control Number2009336440

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