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MEDICINAL USES OF PLANTS BY THE INHABITANTS OF KHUNJERAB NATIONAL PARK, GILGIT, PAKISTAN

@inproceedings{Khan2011MEDICINALUO,
  title={MEDICINAL USES OF PLANTS BY THE INHABITANTS OF KHUNJERAB NATIONAL PARK, GILGIT, PAKISTAN},
  author={Babar Khan and Ablimit Abdukadir and Rahmatullah Qureshi and Ghulam Mustafa and P. Payande Mehr and Ali Shah Arid},
  year={2011}
}
Like many other mountain communities, people living in the peripheries of Khunjerab National Park (KNP) have been using plant resources for food, medicine, shelter, fuel and other purposes since long. The present study was carried out to record the most common medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) and their traditional uses by the local inhabitants from the study area. A total of 43 plant species belonging to 40 genera and 28 families were recorded from Dhee, Barkhun, Shimshal and Khunjerab… Expand

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