Taxonomy the science of classifying plants into groups and identifying them from each other is one of the oldest disciplines in science. One of the primary functions of the taxonomy is to provide information on the correct identity of plants and categorize them systematically. Taxonomy of plants and animals has in fact inspired and guided the course of human civilization and advancement as well as biological research. The present day classification systems have a multidimensional approach and they are designed that they can function as an effective mechanism for the storage of all types of information available on the taxon from which required data can be retrieved easily. Systematics and taxonomy are witnessing revolutionary changes in terms of their theories methodologies and strategies. Systematic biologists are becoming more conversant with the latest developments in biotechnology and informatics. Networking and partnership building among taxonomists and other end users are becoming realistic events at global and regional scales. The book includes 38 research and review articles on floristics phytogeography molecular systematics anatomy embryology and palynology written by leading experts. The book will cater to the needs of post-graduate students research scholars teachers and others interested in the field of plant taxonomy.
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