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Plant wealth of Northeast India with reference to ethnobotany
The paper highlights the rich plant resources and the vast wealth of ethnobotanical information available with the various tribes of the region. A brief review of ethnobotanical and traditional… Expand
Assessing species admixtures in raw drug trade of Phyllanthus, a hepato-protective plant using molecular tools.
- R. Srirama, U. Senthilkumar, +6 authors R. U. Shaanker
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of ethnopharmacology
- 20 July 2010
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Phyllanthus (Euphorbiaceae) species are well known for their hepato-protective activity and are used in several ethno-medicines in indigenous health care systems in… Expand
Florae indicae enumeratio: Monocotyledonae
IOPB chromosome number reports LXVI
Recently recorded chromosome counts are listed under families and species, and include counts for Morus alba, M. indica, M. laevigata, M. multicaulis, M. bombycis and M. latifolia (all n = 14),… Expand
A revision of the genus Humboldtia Vahl (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae)
- M. Sanjappa
The genus Humboldtia Vahl is revised and a key to the six species and one variety recognised; their descriptions and distributions are given. All the taxa are confined to Western Ghats in India,… Expand
Legumes in India - Applications in Food, Medicine and Industry
Crudia (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae), a new generic record for India with a new species of the genus.
- M. Sanjappa
Crudia Schreb. - a new generic record for India with a new species (C. balachandrae) from Great Nicobar Island is described and illustrated.
Livelihood and Revenue: Role of rattans among Mongoloid tribes and settlers of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
- U. Senthilkumar, K. Ritesh, M. Sanjappa, D. Narasimhan, R. U. Shaanker, G. Ravikanth
- 22 March 2014
Research Abstract The Andaman and Nicobar islands, located in the Anda- man Sea between peninsular India and Indo-Malaya, are part of two of the 34 mega-diversity hotspots of the world. These islands… Expand