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Nutritional analysis of indigenous wild edible herbs used in eastern Chhattisgarh, India.
The communication deals with the native uses of ethnobotanical species identification and chemical analyses of different edible parts of wild plant species consumed by the local people inhabiting in… Expand
Isolation of flavonoids from Eichhornia crassipes: the world's worst aquatic plant.
Inhibitory activity and phytochemical assessment of ethno-medicinal plants against some human pathogenic bacteria
Antioxidants of Eichhornia crassipes: the world's worst aquatic plant.
Eichhornia crassipes a suitable economic feed: the world's worst aquatic weed.
Quantification and identification of alkaloids of Eichhornia crassipes: the world’s worst aquatic plant
The recent revival of interest in plant medicines across the globe and consequent pressure on precious herbal resources, calls for the use of plants through scientific screening and validation. The… Expand
First Report of Tomato Leaf Curl Joydebpur Virus Infecting Chilli (Capsicum annuum) in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Authors and A liations N. Krishnan S. Kumari S. Krishnan V. Dubey A. K. Singh R. Kumar Division of Crop Protection, ICAR Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi 221305, Uttar Pradesh, India… Expand
Effect of Eichhornia crassipes Extract on Cassia alata Germination and Growth under Controlled Conditions
Enumeration of the macrophytes associated with Eichhornia crassipes: the world's worst aquatic plant.
Biodiversity scenario of lower hills of Baikunthpur (Dist.-Koria) Chhattisgarh (India) with special reference to medicinal plants
The State of Chhattisgarh has about 44% of its geographical area covered with forests. The Koria District in Chhattisgarh lies between 22°58’ to 23°49’ North latitudes and 81°33’ to 82°45’ East… Expand