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POLLINATION BIOLOGY OF DECALEPIS HAMILTONII AND SHOREA TUMBUGGAIA. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, February 2010, Pages: 64
In Decalepis hamiltonii, extended flowering pattern, self-incompatibility, pollinator limitation, absence of seed dormancy, abortion of a considerable percentage of seedlings prior to establishment are contributing factors for the regulation of its population size. Further, the roots of this plant are over-exploited due to its commercial value in the preparation of a soft drink "nannari sharbat" in India. In Shorea tumbuggaia, non-annual flowering, massive flowering, short flowering period, partial flowering at tree level, seed predation, absence of seed dormancy and inability of seedlings to compete with other simultaneously growing plants for establishment collectively contribute to the existence of small population size of S. tumbuggaia in a restricted area of Eastern Ghats forests in India.
Aluri, Jacob Solomon Raju.
Aluri Jacob Solomon Raju did Ph.D. at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam. He did post-doctoral research at the University of Akron, Ohio,USA. He is presently a Professor of Environmental Sciences, Andhra University, India. He was the Visiting Professor of University of Colima, Mexico in 1996. He published over 200 original research papers.