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Distribution pattern of aboveground biomass in natural and plantation forests of humid tropics in northeast India
Tree aboveground biomass (AGB) distribution and carbon storage in different DBH (diameter at breast height) classes were compared between natural semi-evergreen forest and sal plantation forest inExpand
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Habitat distribution modelling for reintroduction of Ilex khasiana Purk., a critically endangered tree species of northeastern India
Abstract Only ca. 3000 individuals of Ilex khasiana Purk. are surviving today. The tree species is endemic to Khasi hills of northeast India, and is critically endangered. For improving theExpand
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Diversity, Dominance and Population Structure of Tree Species along Fragment- Size Gradient of a Subtropical Humid Forest of Northeast India
The present study was carried out in forest fragments of 1, 2, 5 and >5-ha of a subtropical humid forest in Meghalaya, northeast India to analyze the impact of fragment size on tree diversity andExpand
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Diversity and population characteristics of woody species in subtropical humid forests exposed to cultural disturbances in Meghalaya, Nnortheast, India
The study was carried out to assess the impact of anthropogenic disturbances of mild intensity on diversity and phytosociological attributes of tree species in two subtropical forest stands,Expand
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The Effect of Seed Mass on Germination, Seedling Survival and Growth in Prunus jenkinsii Hook.f. & Thoms.
The effect of seed mass on germination, seedling survival and growth was investigated in Prunus jenkinsii Hook.f. & Thoms. (Rosaceae), an evergreen tree species. Seed mass varied from a minimum ofExpand
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Structure and Floristic Composition of Subtropical Broad- Leaved Humid Forest of Cherapunjee in Meghalaya, Northeast India
The structure and floristic composition of subtropical broadleaved humid forest was investigated in three sites of Cherrapunjee in Meghalaya, northeast India. It is one of the wettest places on EarthExpand
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Diversity of Endemic and Threatened Ethnomedicinal Plant Species in Meghalaya, North-East India
Plants play a vital role in the healthcare of the local tribal people in Meghalaya. A number of species are used for curing a wide range of ailments. Traditional remedies are part of the cultural andExpand
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Reproductive Phenology and Germination Behavior of Some Important Tree Species of Northeast India
The reproductive phenology and germination behavior of 15 important tree species (Acer laevigatum, Adinandra griffithii, Citrus latipes, Elaeocarpus prunifolius, Engelhardtia spicata, IlexExpand
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A comprehensive checklist of endemic flora of Meghalaya, India
The geographical distribution of plants of Meghalaya show that a total of 548 plant taxa belonging to 302 genera and 100 families are endemic to northeastern India or Indo-Burma or the easternExpand
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Ecological niche modeling as a cumulative environmental impact assessment tool for biodiversity assessment and conservation planning: A case study of critically endangered plant Lagerstroemia
Cumulative environmental impact assessment (CEIA) at river basin level for hydroelectric projects is an evolving concept and has proved to be a useful tool to assess the cumulative impact ofExpand
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