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Ethno-botanical important climbers and lianas of Shivalik hills, Himachal Pradesh (India)

@article{Kharwal2017EthnobotanicalIC,
  title={Ethno-botanical important climbers and lianas of Shivalik hills, Himachal Pradesh (India)},
  author={Anjna D. Kharwal and D. Rawat},
  journal={International Journal of Herbal Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={46-49}
}
Plants are the basis of life on earth and are central to people’s livelihood. Glimpses of our knowledge in ethno-medicine are available to Vedic text and there is an inextricable link between indigenous culture and biodiversity as areas of high biodiversity are often found on indigenous community’s lands. Ethno botany involves the reciprocal and dynamic aspect of the interaction of indigenous people with plants. This precious knowledge needs to be properly documented and conserved for the… Expand
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