Biodiversity Conservation in Sacred Groves of Manipur, Northeast India: Population Structure and Regeneration Status of Woody Species

@article{Khumbongmayum2004BiodiversityCI,
  title={Biodiversity Conservation in Sacred Groves of Manipur, Northeast India: Population Structure and Regeneration Status of Woody Species},
  author={Ashalata Devi Khumbongmayum and Mohammed L. Khan and Ravi S. Tripathi},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={2439-2456}
}
Sacred groves are forest patches conserved by the local people intertwined with their socio-cultural and religious practice. These groves harbour rich biodiversity and play a significant role in the conservation of biodiversity. Population structure and regeneration status of woody species were studied during 2001–2002 in the four sacred groves of Manipur, a state in north east India. A total of 96 woody species was recorded from the four groves, the highest being Konthoujam Lairembi sacred… CONTINUE READING
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