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Tree diversity in sacred groves of the Jaintia hills in Meghalaya, northeast India
Biodiversity of woody species was investigated in Ialong and Raliangsacred groves of the Jaintia hills in Meghalaya, northeast India. These grovesrepresent the climax subtropical broad-leaved forest… Expand
Dynamics of fine and coarse roots and nitrogen mineralization in a humid subtropical forest ecosystem of northeast India
- K. Upadhaya, H. Pandey, P. S. Law, R. Tripathi
- Environmental Science
- Biology and Fertility of Soils
- 14 January 2005
The present study was carried out to understand whether fine root growth and N mineralization are synchronized in such a manner that helps to conserve N in the humid subtropical forest ecosystem, and… Expand
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
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 of… Expand
Plants of Ethnobotanical Importance in the Sacred Groves of Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya
Sacred groves are patches of virgin forests, protected by the indigenous people as a part of their culture and religious beliefs. The paper records 69 species of ethnobotanical importance used by the… Expand