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Effect of Grazing and Climatic Changes on Alpine Vegetation of Tungnath, Garhwal Himalaya, India
Abstract Effect of grazing and changing climate on vegetation composition of alpine pasture at Tungnath, Garhwal Himalaya was observed. Growth form pattern and phytosociological attributes wereExpand
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Population study for monitoring the status of rarity of three aconite species in Garhwal Himalaya
Alpine and subalpine regions of Garhwal Himalaya were surveyed quantitatively for the population study to determine the status of three aconites viz., Aconitum balfourii, A. heterophyllum and AExpand
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Assessment of germinability, productivity and cost benefit analysis of Picrorhiza kurrooa cultivated at lower altitudes
Cultivation of Picrorhiza kurrooa Royle ex Benth, a small creeping, highly medicinal and endangered species of alpine region was observed at comparatively lower altitude than its natural habitat.Expand
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Influence of Aluminium on Performance of HTPB-based Aluminised PBXs
The paper describes the development of aluminised plastic-bonded explosives (PBXs) based on aluminium and nitramine explosives using hydroxy-terminated polybutadiene as polymer matrix. The PBXs wereExpand
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ENHANCEMENT OF GERMINATION IN ABRUS PRECATORIUS L. SEEDS BY SPECIFIC PRE-SOWING TREATMENTS
Herbal medicines are in great demand for preliminary health care due to their wide medicinal value, with no side effects. Since many species are used in the system of traditional medicine, scientistsExpand
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CONSERVATION STRATEGIES FOR THE THREATENED QUERCUS SEMECARPIFOLIA SM . A HIMALAYAN TIMBERLINE OAK
Quercus semecarpifolia Sm. is a temperate, timberline, multipurpose oak species. It plays an important role in the Himalayan ecosystem. Human pressure, predation, short-lived acorns, failure of goodExpand
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Phenology and Growth Form Distribution in an Alpine Pasture at Tungnath, Garhwal, Himalaya
Abstract Studies on phenology and growth form distribution in an alpine pasture of Garhwal Himalaya were undertaken from 1988 to 1998. One hundred seventy-one species were recorded and classified asExpand
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