The tenth volume (in two parts A and B) of Flora Vostochnoi Evropy [Flora of Eastern Europe] is a direct continuation of Flora Evropeiskoi Chasti SSSR [Flora of Russia: The European Part and Bordering Regions]. It contains descriptions of 19 families of higher plants with 136 genera and 1100 species.
Among the families included in this volume, the largest and economically the most important are families Rosaceae and Ranunculaceae. Besides the wild and introduced species, the volume also includes the most important cultivated plants.
For each species, basic synonymy, geographic distribution within the territory of the Flora and beyond, habitat conditions, as also chromosome numbers are given.