Conservation of biodiversity of highly important medicinal plants of India through tissue culture technology-a review

@inproceedings{Sharma2010ConservationOB,
  title={Conservation of biodiversity of highly important medicinal plants of India through tissue culture technology-a review},
  author={Sudhir Sharma and Neelima Rathi and Barkha Kamal and Dipika Pundir and Baljinder Kaur and Sarita Arya},
  year={2010}
}
According to the Red List of threatened species 44 plant species are critically endangered, 113 endangered and 87 vulnerable (IUCN, 2000). Many medicinal plants are also in trouble from over harvesting and destruction of habitat. Population growth, urbanization and the unrestricted collection of medicinal plants from the wild is resulting in an over-exploitation of natural resources. Therefore, the management of traditional medicinal plant resources has become a matter of urgency. An ever… CONTINUE READING
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