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Plant physiology in Sanskrit literature

@inproceedings{Balte2017PlantPI,
  title={Plant physiology in Sanskrit literature},
  author={Bhavana Bhalchandra Balte},
  year={2017}
}
Sanskrit is known as the language of knowledge (Jñyānabhāṣā). Thus various shades of scientific knowledge are spread in the literature. This is the need of the 21st century to have interdisciplinary study. This paper is an attempt to find the root of plant physiology through Sanskrit literature. ‘Do the plants have the sense organs like human beings’ is the basic question regarding the plants. Author has tried to find the roots from Sanskrit literature and its modern significance. 

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