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Spinacia turkestanica Iljin (Amaranthaceae): an addition to the Flora of India from Uttar Pradesh


Spinacia turkestanica Iljin., of Family Amaranthaceae is a new addition to the Hooker’s flora of British India from Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh. The present paper deals with it’s detailed description, updated citation, phenology, habit, distribution and photographs are provided.


Amaranthaceae, Flora, Ghazipur district, Spinacia turkestanica, Uttar Pradesh


Author Biography

Satya Narain

Department of Botany


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