Volume : VI, Issue : VIII, August - 2017

Narrative Techniques in Anita Desaiís Clear Light of Day

Dr. Nagaratna V. Parande

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 The floristic composition of a grassland community of Udala Subdivision (86o 33í E ; 21o 35í N) in the district of Mayurbhanj, Odisha was studied during January 2016 to December 2016 following standard methodology proposed by Jain and Rao (1977) and in consultation with various regional and national floras. The community comprised of 33 species belonging to 28 genera and was grouped under 9 families. Out of 33 species, 18 species belong to grass family (Poaceae) whereas the rest 15 species to the non-grass family i.e. one species each from the family Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae and Scrophulariaceae; two species each from Commelinaceae and Rubiaceae and six species from the family Cyperaceae. This variation in species composition might be due to the topography, climatic conditions and biotic interference of the locality.

 

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Sushree Sonali N. Panda, Dr. K. L. Barik, FLORISTIC COMPOSITION OF A GRASSLAND COMMUNITY OF KATTIPADA SUBDIVISION IN THE DISTRICT OF MAYURBHANJ, ODISHA, GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : VOLUME-6, ISSUE-8, AUGUST-2017


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