6 edition of The plant wealth of Uttarakhand found in the catalog.
The plant wealth of Uttarakhand
P. L. Uniyal
Contributed research papers.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by P.L. Uniyal, B.P. Chamola, D.P. Semwal|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||436 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||2010319322|
The rich plant diversity of Uttarakhand hills has provided an initial advantage to the local people for scrutinizing various plant species for the purpose of food, medicine, perfumes and spices. Book order “Edible Plants of North West Himalaya (Uttarakhand)” can be sent by Post, Phone, Fax or E-mail to Uttarakhand Biodiversity Board, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, (India) Phone & Fax: +91 , Email: [email protected], [email protected]
The unique diversity of such important plants in the region is manifested by the presence of a number of native, endemic and threatened of total red data book species of Indian Himalayan region. Uttarakhand is characterized by a rich diversity of ethnobotanic plant as well as rich heritage of wild edible plants system. List of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Uttarakhand Source-NMPB Botanical Names Synonym 1 Abelmoschus crinitus Wall. Hibiscus cancellatus Roxb. 2 Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench Hibiscus esculentus L. 3 Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. Hibiscus abelmoschus L. 4 Abies pindrow (Royle ex ) Royle 5 Abies spectabilis () Mirb.
Cited Source - Red Data Book Plants of India (Nayar & Sastry ). Checklist Stats - Number of species: Uttarakhand, a state formed just ten years ago spans over an area of 51, square kilometers and has a 64% forest cover. The forests of Uttarakhand are important, not merely for the state but for the rest of the country as well; especially for the neighboring state of Uttar Pradesh. Till 8 November 6, Uttarakhand was part of Uttar Pradesh only.
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The monograph 'Herbal Wealth of Uttarakhand' prepared by the botanists of RRIHF, CCRAS, Tarikhet (Ranikhet), Uttarakhand is therefore, a welcome step in the right direction. The monograph provides an overview of various facts of the plant resources of Uttarakhand.
The bryophytes have a basal phylogenetic position among the extant land plants, remnant lineages surviving from speciacular radiation of the land plant in the Devonian Period ( million years ago). The endemic plant wealth of Uttarakhand is worth mentioning as it ultimately forms part of the National heritage.
Uttarakhand Himalayas have about species asindigenous group. Are naria ferruginea; Chimonobambusa jaunsarensis, Gentian tetrasepala, G.
saginoides, Meeboldia solenoids, Microschoenus duthiei, Trachycarpus takil, Poa rhadina, etc. The state has species, but Uttarakhand has species, Sikkim has species, Himachal Pradesh has species, Jammu and Kashmir has.
The continuous erosion of traditional knowledge of plants used for medicine in the past and the renewed interest at the present echoes the need that exists to document this valuable resource. Keeping this in view, the present study was conducted in.
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Subscriptions from £30 per year. Go to British Wildlife the spectacular plant wealth of the state can be easily. plants wealth of Uttarakhand has received a signi cant attention throughout the ages in curing various chronic ailments (Kala,); Gaur, At present, this important ecosystem service.
According to Samant et al., out of the total species of vascular plants, spp. species are medicinal. Uttarakhand is a storehouse of a rich variety herbs and medicinal and aromatic plant species.
The Government intends to exploit this advantage. Uttarakhand has observed an increase in the area under cultivation of aromatic and medicinal plants. The Himalayan region is the treasure house of natural wealth, particularly of medicinal and aromatic plants.
These plants are used by the Indian traditional healers for the past many centuries to treat various ailments such as skin disorders, asthma, diabetes, snake bite, fever, pain, eye diseases, diarrhoea, indigestion, jaundice, burn, wound, liver disorder, CNS disorders and urinary tract.
Medicinal plant wealth of Oak dominated forests in Nainital Catchment Area of Uttarakhand Article (PDF Available) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Common Herbal Plant in Uttarakhand, Used in The Popular Medicinal Preparation in Ayurveda Rakhi Rawat* and D P Vashistha Department of Botany, H.N.B.
Garhwal University (A Central University), Srinagar Garhwal-Uttarakhand, India ABSTRACT A survey was conducted at different herbal drug stores in Uttarakhand, to list plants components of. A farmer in Uttarakhand has earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records by growing a coriander plant at a height of 7 feet 1 inch.
Gopal Upreti who has an organic farm at Ranikhet in Almora district said he has been officially communicated the. The Guinness Book World Records website entry states, "The tallest coriander plant is m (7 ft 1 in) and was grown by Gopal Upreti (India) in Ranikhet, Uttarakhand, India, as measured on 21 April " "As an organic farmer, Gopal grows coriander every year.
Using traditional Himalayan farming methods brings its own challenges. An organic farmer from Ranikhet in Uttarakhand has found his way into the Guinness Book of World Records for growing the tallest coriander plant in the world.
PTI Dehradun Published on: June Uttarakhand comprises of 13 districts spreading over an area of 51, sq km, floristically, it falls under the west Himalayan Biogeography zone and it is well-known for floral diversity similar to any other Himalayan region in the country with an estimated 4, species of flowering plants having great economic medicinal, aromatic and artistic.
Medicinal plants are the main natural pools for the primary health care system, ethno-medicine, as well as traditional Indian system of several medicines.
Uttarakhand also known as ‘Herbal State’, is a rich source of medicinal plants and traditional medicinal knowledge. A great deal of information about medicinal plants of Uttarakhand is scattered in different forms.
The survey was conducted in the Panch Kedar region of Uttarakhand and the report was published in the book Nature Guide.
Starting a species recovery programme is the need of the hour to save the plant from extinction. Experts suggest farming of Brahma Kamal at naturally-confined higher altitudes in Uttarakhand may help save the species. Recently, Rawat et al. ) listed 45 more species (excluding Red Data Books) which need special attention for conversation, and this list also contains as many as thirty species from high altitudes.
Besides these, nearly plants species are allowed for collection from wild by the forest department in Uttarakhand. Buy Flowering Plants of Uttarakhand (): A Checklist: NHBS - BP Uniyal, JR Sharma, U Choudhery, DK Singh, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh.
Region supports ab species of plants, including a large repository of medicinal & aromatic plant species (MAPs), including many rare and valuable species. The medicinal plants are an integral part of the culture of the local communities of the Himalayas, woven into their lives in.
Medicinal plants for conservation and health care. Rome: FAO Srivastava SK, Singh DK () Glimpses of plant wealth of Uttarakhand. Pub: Bishan Singh, Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun. Uniyal MR and Chauhan NS (). Medicinal plants of Uhal. DEHRADUN: The Uttarakhand High Court on Monday directed the state government to determine carrying capacity of tourist destinations of the state which lie in.
The Himalayas have a great wealth of medicinal plants and traditional medicinal knowledge. Uttarakhand state is renowned for its inherited rich biodiversity and herbs and medicinal plants.