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Nymphaea L. forms an economically important wetland plant of Manipur, India. However, there is a dearth of the diversity information about the Nymphaea in this region. There is availability of great variation in the Nymphaea taxa collected during the survey. A total of 40 morphological characters were evaluated and analysed in 207 individuals representing… (More)
Nymphaea rubra Roxb. ex Andrews, a wild aquatic plant, is frequently seen under cultivation in home ponds in many villages of North Eastern part of India. The flowers of the plant are used for ornamental purposes, while rhizomes, young leaves and peduncle are used as food and vegetable. The proximate nutrient content of various parts of the plant has been… (More)