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Studies on ethnomedicinal plants conserved by Garasia tribes of Sirohi district, Rajasthan, India.
An extensive survey of Garasia tribe dominated area of Sirohi district, Rajasthan has been made to document the information about uses and conservation of ethnomedicinal plants by them. 34 plant…
Some traditional ethnomedicinal plants of southern Rajasthan
An extensive survey of southern part of Rajasthan including Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Banswara and Dungarpur districts was made to document the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used by tribal…
Status of Poplar in Uttar Pradesh
In Uttar Pradesh (UP) there is only one representative of indigenous genus Populus, i.e. Populus ciliata, but after a decade of rigorous trials both in hills and plains, only P. yunnanensis and P. deltoides were found most promising species respectively.
Some ethnomedicinal plants of Southern Rajasthan
An extensive survey of southern part of Rajasthan was made to document the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used by tribal communities to document 31 plant species, belonging to 31 genera and 22 families being used traditionally by the tribals.
Traditional uses of ethnobotanical plants for construction of the Hut and hamlets in the Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary of Rajasthan, India
An extensive survey of the Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuaryof Rajasthan has been made to document the information about ethnobotanical plants being used by them to construct Hut and hamlets. 31 plant…
SEASONAL VARIATION IN FREE PROLINE CONTENT IN SOME SPECIES OF FAMILY EUPHORBIACEAE OF THE RAJASTHAN, INDIA
Proline is with stress tolerance in various plants species. In the present study, free proline was estimated in the root, stem and leaves of seven species of family Euphorbiaceae collected in Rainy…
Palynological sequence and relationship of subsurface Permian-Triassic sediments in eastern Raniganj Coalfield, West Bengal, India
Some Traditional Ethno-veterinary Plants ofDistrict Pratapgarh, Rajasthan, India
- K. L. Meena
- 31 December 2014
Information on the traditional uses of medicinal plants gathered from the tribes with their botanical identity, local name and mode of administration are presented in this paper.
Lactuca serriola L.(Asteraceae):An extended distribution to the states of Rajasthan
- K. L. Meena
- Environmental Science, Biology
The detailed description, upto-date nomenclature, phenology, ecological notes and photographs of this species have been presented.