Diversity of the family Convolvulaceae in Tripura district

Mary Kensa, V.

Abstract

One of the grand tasks of current taxonomy is to prepare a checklist of plants of the globe. This paper is based on the collection of angiosperm flora in family Convolvulaceae in particular between 2014 and 2015. The present paper reports 35 species under 9 genera of Convolvulaceae from Tripura district. Ipomoea is the largest genus with 18 species followed by Merremia with 4 species, Convolvulus and Argyreia with 3 species of the family Convolvulaceae. The family comprises annual and perennial, prostrate, twinning and trailing herbs. Moreover, 6 taxa were found to be shrubs.

How to Cite
Mary Kensa, V. (2016). Diversity of the family Convolvulaceae in Tripura district. Journal of Innovative Agriculture, 3(3), 6-9. Retrieved from https://www.jinagri.com/index.php/jinagri/article/view/36

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