The Botanical Society, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, 20400, Sri Lanka.
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All correspondence on editorial matters should be addressed to The Editor in Chief, University Botanical Society, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
S. Senthikumar, P. Saravanakumar, K. V. Krishnakumarthy and S. John Britto. (download)
MORPHOLOGICAL AND STRUCRURAL FEATURES OF MYCORRIZAL ROOTS OF SPATHOGLOTTIS PLICATA AND DENDROBOIUM SPECIES
G.A.D. Perera (download)
VEGETATION AND THE REGENERATION OF MOIST DECIDUOUS FOREST OF SRI LANKA AND SOME SUGESSTIONS FOR THEIR SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
E.M.G.D. Ekanayake, A.S.T.B. Wijetunga and R.M.K. Abeyagoonasekera (download)
FERNS AND FERN-ALLIES (PTERIDOPHYTES) OF PERADENIYA UNIVERSITY PARK
S. John Britto and S. Senthikumar. (download)
STUDIES OF SCULPTURE PATTERNS IN SOME SPECIES OF CROTALARIA FAMILY:FABACEAE
Veranja Karunaratne (download)
THE RICH DIVERSITY AND THE POTENTIAL MEDICINAL VALUE OF THE SRI LANKAN FLORA
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