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Glutarimide alkaloids and a terpenoid benzoquinone from Cordia globifera.
Three new compounds, a meroterpene (2) having a cyclopropane moiety named globiferane and glutarimide alkaloids named cordiarimides A (3) and B (4), were isolated from the roots of Cordia globifera.Expand
Bibliography and checklist of the dragonflies and damselflies of Bhutan
An overview is given of literature containing distribution records of dragonflies and damselflies in Bhutan.  Based on this an annotated checklist is presented which contains 92 species.  CamaciniaExpand
Checklist of the dragonflies and damselflies (Insecta: Odonata) of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
A checklist of the dragonflies and damselflies occurring in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka is presented and information is given on available larval descriptions including a list of genera present in the region for which no larvae have yet been described. Expand
Ficus auriculata — its relative importance in Bhutan, farmers' preference and fodder quality
Ficus auriculata is an important tree fodder in the Himalayan region of Nepal and India and farmers consider it to be better than rice straw and the fodder from the tree fodder species Celtis tetrandra, Brassaiopsis hainla, Stereospermum suaveolens, Bauhinia purpurea and Litsea polyantha. Expand
New records of petiolate potter wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Eumeninae) from Bhutan
A total of seven species from five genera, Delta de Saussure, 1855, Eumenes Latreille, 1802, Pareumenes (de Saussure, 1855), Labus de Saussure, 1867, and Zethus Fabricius, 1804, belonging to theExpand
Honouring His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Bhutan: Megalestes gyalsey (Odonata: Synlestidae).
Megalestes gyalsey spec. nov. is described from a single male from Trongsa District in Bhutan. The species was discovered during field work conducted in 2015 for the Bhutan invertebrate biodiversityExpand
Protection coordination study in bhutan transmission network
Since the effects of an unreliable power system transmission can be widespread and affect millions of people, as well as damage to life and equipment, therefore one of the most important requirementsExpand
Ethnobotanical Study on Wealth of Homegardens in Gosiling Gewog of Tsirang District
Aim: To document the medicinal uses of homegarden plants by local healers. Study Design: Semi-structured interview was conducted with the prior approval from the gewog official. Five local healersExpand
Biochemical Methane Potential Assessment by Anaerobic Digestion of Locally Available Grasses of Phuentsholing, Bhutan
Renewable energy is not only environmental friendly but also promotes sustainable development. Biogas being one of the abundantly used renewable resource, the enhancement and optimization of theExpand
Natural products isolation studies of the paleoendemic plant species Nothofagus gunnii and Nothofagus cunninghamii.
It is revealed that N. gunnii is a rich source of flavonoid, chalcone and stilbene compounds, while primarily hydroxyflavonoid compounds are found in N. cunninghamii. Expand