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A checklist of Berberidaceae in Uttarakhand, Western Himalaya, India
In India, Berberidaceae is represented by three genera and 68 species. The largest among genera is Berberis (55 species). Majority of Berberidaceae members are distributed in the Himalayan region.Expand
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A new variety of Bauhinia bassacensis (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae) from Great Nicobar Island, India
Bauhinia bassacensis var. nicobarica , described here as a new variety from Great Nicobar Island, India. Diagnostic characters for the variety nicobarensis include exstipulate leaves and obtuse lobesExpand
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Pharmacognostic Studies on Two Himalayan Species of Traditional Medicinal Value: Allium wallichii and Allium stracheyi
The present research was aimed as a pharmacognostic study of whole plants of Allium wallichii and Allium stracheyi, both of which are very important traditional medicinal plants of North-WestExpand
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Aristolochia gurinderii (Aristolochiaceae): a new species from Great Nicobar Island, India
Aristolochia gurinderii described here as a new species, was collected from North-South Road, Campbell Bay, Great Nicobar Island (Andaman and Nicobar Islands), India. Stem woody with corky fissuredExpand
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Berberis rawatii sp. nov. (Berberidaceae) from India
In India, 55 species of Berberis have been reported and 22 species are found in Uttarakhand state. Berberis rawatii (Berberidaceae), a new species from Chamoli and Pithoragarh districts ofExpand
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Rediscovery of two endemic species of Berberis from Uttarakhand, Western Himalaya, India
Abstract Two endemic Berberis species (Berberidaceae) viz., Berberis ahrendtii R. R. Rao and Uniyal and Berberis lambertii Parker, are first time rediscovered after ca. 100 years since their typeExpand
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Population Status of Commercially Important Medicinal Plants in Dehradun Forest Division, Uttarakhand (India)
The objective of forest management in the tropics, in recent decades, has shifted from timber production to biodiversity conservation and maintenance of life support system. However, past forestryExpand
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Extended distribution record of two bellflower species of Codonopsis (Campanulaceae) from the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh
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