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Ethnobotanical uses of Plants in and Around Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary, North West Himalaya

@inproceedings{Hamid2014EthnobotanicalUO,
  title={Ethnobotanical uses of Plants in and Around Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary, North West Himalaya},
  author={A. Hamid and A. Raina},
  year={2014}
}
Ethno botanical enumeration of plants in and around of Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary, Kargil, North West Himalaya revealed 30 non-cultivated plant species belonging to 29 genera and 23 families that are being used by the inhabitants of the area. Plant part used dominantly are 'aerial part' (9 spp.), followed by 'flowers' (4 spp.), 'whole plant' (4 spp.), 'flowers and stem' (2 spp.), 'fruits and stem' (2 spp.) and 'leaves and stem' (2 spp.). Of the 30 species, 12 species are used as fodder, 7 species… Expand
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