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Status and conservation of rare and endangered medicinal plants in the Indian trans-Himalaya
Abstract I studied the distribution pattern, population structure and conservation status of rare and endangered medicinal plant species in Spiti sub-division of Himachal Pradesh in the IndianExpand
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Developing the medicinal plants sector in northern India: challenges and opportunities
The medicinal properties of plant species have made an outstanding contribution in the origin and evolution of many traditional herbal therapies. These traditional knowledge systems have started toExpand
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Indigenous Uses, Population Density, and Conservation of Threatened Medicinal Plants in Protected Areas of the Indian Himalayas
Abstract: For 10 years I monitored the population density of threatened medicinal plant species in seven protected areas in the Indian Himalayas. I also documented the indigenous uses of threatenedExpand
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Ethnomedicinal botany of the Apatani in the Eastern Himalayan region of India
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  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine
  • 16 November 2005
This paper investigates the wealth of medicinal plants used by the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Apatani have traditionally settled in seven villages in the Ziro valley of Lower SubansiriExpand
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Prioritization of medicinal plants on the basis of available knowledge, existing practices and use value status in Uttaranchal, India
In order to understand the pattern of indigenous uses of medicinal plants available in the Uttaranchal state of the Indian Himalaya, this study was undertaken through literature survey and fieldworkExpand
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Current Status of Medicinal Plants used by Traditional Vaidyas in Uttaranchal State of India
The current status of medicinal plants used by traditional Vaidyas was studied in Uttaranchal state of India. Information was gathered using semi-structured questionnaires among 60 traditionalExpand
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Medicinal plants of the high altitude cold desert in India: Diversity, distribution and traditional uses
Distribution patterns and traditional uses of medicinal plant species were studied in the high-altitude cold desert of India (Indian trans-Himalaya), with the help of indigenous medical practitionersExpand
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Ethnoveterinary uses of medicinal plants among traditional herbal healers in Alaknanda catchment of Uttarakhand, India.
The people of far-flung rural areas still depend to a large extent upon plants and household remedies for curing veterinary ailments. The folk knowledge of ethnoveterinary medicine and itsExpand
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Indigenous uses and structure of chir pine forest in Uttaranchal Himalaya, India
SUMMARY The various indigenous uses and structure of chir pine forests were studied in Uttaranchal state of the Indian Republic. A questionnaire survey was conducted in 50 villages of Uttaranchal toExpand
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Prioritization of cultivated and wild edibles by local people in the Uttaranchal hills of Indian Himalaya
The paper deals with the preferences of local communities on the cultivated and wild edible plant species in an Indian Himalayan state, Uttaranchal. The state is comprised of 13 districts, which haveExpand
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