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Applied plant geography by Pramoda Pagāre

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The Bijori beds occupy the north-east boundary of the study area. They are exposed in the valley of the river Bharanga and Sonbhadra. The Bagra Bed The Bagra facies is very irregular in composition. Although largely composed of conglomerates, which are often coarse, it includes frequent bands of calcarious sand and variegated clay. They are connected by a matrix which is usually of a deep red colour. They are found in the Morand valley as a narrow belt toward the northwest portion of the area under study.

It is clear in the plate that the density increases toward east-west and north-east. In the region, the Asir range, settlement near Betul, the southern part of Athnair, northern Bhainsdehi plateau and southern Chicholi plateau are the areas with very high density (28 and above). The major portion of the study area falls under high density (21-28) region including the Tapti basin, the Bhainsdehi plateau and the Tawa valley. Very low density (1-7) is found in narrow belt of east, south eastern and southern bordering areas.

An increase in' both mean daily minimum and daily maximum temperature alarms the plants to their preparation for scanty supply of moisture because of more evaporation. 2. TC) and lowest in the month of January (5°C). The hottest month is usually May but occasionally it may be June, if the onset of monsoon is delayed. The coldest month is January but it can also be December and occasionally February. The combined affect of temperature is marked distinctive in different parts of region. The northern part experiences moderate, the middle part remains cold while the south-western part is marked semi-hot.

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