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Ethnobotanical Studies of Plant Resources of Cholistan Desert, Pakistan

@inproceedings{Ahmad2014EthnobotanicalSO,
  title={Ethnobotanical Studies of Plant Resources of Cholistan Desert, Pakistan},
  author={Saeed Ahmad and Hafiz Muhammad Wariss and Khurshid Alam and Shazia Anjum and Muhammad Mukhtar},
  year={2014}
}
The study was conducted to accumulate information about the plant resources used by various communities of Cholistan desert. It was observed that the area is rich in natural flora and the inhabitants are dependent on these plant resources especially for their food, shelter, fuel, timber, fodder and health care. Ethnobotanical uses of plants collected through questionnaire and interview by local people during different seasons of the year. The different races were present in the study area as… 

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