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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 and discusses on the need for harnessing the rich bio-resources and translating it to economic products.
Legumes of India
A revision of the genus Humboldtia Vahl (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae)
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,
The impact factor and taxonomy
Results that compare the citation impact of journals in zoology as measured over three different time-spans are published, and analysis of JCR reports suggests that mathematicians seldom cite more than one or two papers, whereas molecular biologists cite many.
IOPB chromosome number reports LXVI
Recently recorded chromosome counts are listed under families and species, and include counts for Morus alba, M. laevigata, L. latifolia, O. gratissimum, and numerous grass species.
Phyllanthus parvifolius , P. Clarkei (Euphorbiaceae) and Related Indian Taxa
The study reveals that the concept of Phyllanthus parvifolius in Flora of British India is a mixture of altogether two different species save P. parvvolius . These are eastern Himalayan species P.
Crudia (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae), a new generic record for India with a new species of the genus.
A new generic record for India with a new species (C. balachandrae) from Great Nicobar Island is described and illustrated.