Studies on morphology and bio- markers of some Sudanese Acacia seeds
Taxonomy of Acacia gain much importance in systematics.
Acacia face the problems in their identification due to confusion in some morphological (macromorphology) characters, but these problems can be overcomed by using classical and applied approaches of taxonomy.
Classical approaches are morphology and anatomy whereas the applied approaches include their biochemical analysis.
This book is a comprehensive treatment of the subject matter relating to the identification and taxonomy of some important Acacia trees in Sudan by using macro and micromorphology and biochemical markers of seeds.
Hatil Hashim EL-Kamali.
Ph.D in Botany, Khartoum University, Dean Faculty of Science and Technology, Omdurman Islamic University.
Professor in Botany Department.Eiman Mohammed Ali Mustafa.
Ph.D in Botany, Omdurman Islamic University, Assisstant Professor in Botant Department.