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About Plant Systematics by Gurcharan Singh PDF Book:
Name: Plant Systematics
Publication: Science Publishers
About The Author:
He is a retired Associate Professor from the University of Dehli and working in the field of taxonomy, environment and ecology. He is the author of books on Ecology, plant systematics and economic botany and 12 more. While walking about the research he has published about 42 research papers. he retired from SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, India. he also has published 6 new species. Nowadays he is helping many students and plant enthusiasts for the process of identification on online platforms.
About The Plant Systematics by Gurcharan Singh PDF Book:
This third edition of integrated information on Plant Systematics has largely been influenced by the developments of the first few years of the twenty-first century. The past two decades have seen the development of new tools of biotechnology, vigorous utilization of molecular data in understanding phylogeny, and redefining affinities and arrangements of plant groups. Recent years have also seen the disappearance of gaps between numerical and cladistic methodologies,
and integration of the former into the latter for a complete understanding of phylogenetic relationships.
These trends have largely influenced the combination of numerical and cladistic methods under one chapter, and enlarged discussion on Molecular Systematics, discussing new concepts, tools and recent achievements. New chapters on Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms have been added for a complete understanding of the systematics of vascular plants.
It is being increasingly realized that actual photographs of plants and plant parts enable a better understanding of taxonomic information, the trend usefully exploited by recent publications by Simpson (2006) and Judd et al. (3rd ed., 2008). The present edition incorporates more than 500 colour photographs of plants from diverse families of plants. High-resolution images of these as also the additional plants have been provided in the CD-ROM being supplied along with the book, latter including 772 photographs.
The recent internet revolution has greatly helped in propagating taxonomic information, with numerous searchable databases, online programs for identification and data analysis available for ready reference. The information concerning these has been included at appropriate places in various chapters for easy utilization. In light of this, the separate chapter on the web has been omitted. The outputs of computer programs, especially used in molecular studies and the construction of phylogenetic trees have been included based on actual or hypothetical data. This will acquaint readers with the handling of raw data and working of computer programs.
The author has attempted to strike a balance between classical fundamental information and the recent developments in plant systematics. Special attention has been devoted to the information on botanical nomenclature, identification and phylogeny of angiosperms with numerous relevant examples and detailed explanations of the important
nomenclatural problems. An attempt has been made to present continuity between orthodox and contemporary identification methods by working on a common example. The information on methods of identification using computers has been further enhanced to help better online identification.
|Sr. No.||Name of Chapter||Page No.|
|1||PLANTS, TAXONOMY AND SYSTEMATICS||1–14|
|5||PROCESS OF IDENTIFICATION||91–127|
|6||VARIATION, BIOSYSTEMATICS, POPULATION GENETICS|
|9||PHYLOGENY OF ANGIOSPERMS||265–296|
|10||SYSTEMS OF CLASSIFICATION||297–358|
|11||FAMILIES OF PTERIDOPHYTES||359–383|
|12||FAMILIES OF GYMNOSPERMS||384–406|
|13||MAJOR FAMILIES OF ANGIOSPERMS||407–678|
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