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DOCUMENTATION OF ETHNOMEDICINAL KNOWLEDGE OF HILLY TRACT AREAS OF EAST GODAVRI DISTRICT OF ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA

@inproceedings{Raju2014DOCUMENTATIONOE,
  title={DOCUMENTATION OF ETHNOMEDICINAL KNOWLEDGE OF HILLY TRACT AREAS OF EAST GODAVRI DISTRICT OF ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA},
  author={Yuvaraja Raju and Pulicherla Yugandhar and Nataru Savithramma},
  year={2014}
}
Objective: The present paper deals the studies on traditional medicinal plants used by ethnic groups like Konda Dora, Konda Kammara, Konda Kapu, Konda Reddi, Koya Dora, Manne Dora and Valmiki of East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Methods : The native plants used for medicinal purposes by few people were collected through structural questionnaire and personally interviewed during field trips during 2008-2013. Results: A total of 90 medicinal plant species belonging to 45 families are… 

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