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Quantification of carbon stock and tree diversity of homegardens in a dry zone area of Moneragala district, Sri Lanka
A vast heterogeneity in terms of carbon stock and tree diversity within the less studied dry zone homegardens within Sri Lanka is shown; results that contribute to more knowledge of their expansion potential as well as climate mitigation and adaptation potential.
A review of research on homegardens in Sri Lanka: the status, importance and future perspective.
Homegardens in Sri lanka are dynamic sustainable food production systems, and presumably the oldest land use activity, next to shifting cultivation. It is still one of the major forms of land use in
Vegetation composition and ecological benefits of home gardens in the Meegahakiula region of Sri Lanka
Gentamicin, Gentamicin and chloramphenicol were the most active drugs against the strains from five sites of contamination and Penicillin and ampicilin were ineffective against the genus of Enterobacteriaceae family.
Trade Competitiveness of Agroforestry Crop Sector in Sri Lanka
A significant change in the composition of agricultural exports from major plantation crops to non-traditional tree crops such as spices, fruits, and timber which mainly originated from small holder
Diversity and distributional ecology of tree ferns of Sri Lanka: A step towards conservation of a unique gene pool
The results of this study provide baseline information on the distributional ecology of Sri Lankan Cyathea species to assess their current conservation status and to formulate conservation guidelines for these remarkable and spectacular ferns so characteristic to Sri Lanka.
Potential of RAPD markers for identification of fruit types of Artocarpus
Results of the RAPD analysis revealed that the two fruit types of A. heterophyllus may be distinguished from one RAPD product, namely OPB-01-1.
Antioxidant Capacity and Total Phenol Content of Sri Lankan Annona muricata L.
Annona muricata L. (Annonaceae) is a tropical fruit tree in Sri Lanka and commercial utilization of this species is poor. The objective of the present study was to determine the antioxidant activity