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Diversity and Conservation of Plants and Traditional Knowledge A Felicitation Volume of Prof. Abhaya Prasad Das

By: Sauris Panda(Editor), Chandra Ghosh(Editor)
527 pages, plates, b/w illustrations, tables
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Diversity and Conservation of Plants and Traditional Knowledge covers various aspects of plant sciences such as floristic studies and revisions new records of plants nomenclature of taxa systematic and phylogeny distribution and conservation, traditional resources and medicinal uses. The articles in this book are informative and would be useful in updating the floristic scenario of India and beyond. According to a recent estimate of IUCN the current species extinction rate is between 1000 and 10 000 times higher than it would naturally be. In view of this alarming situation to support conservation of all genetic resources of the country regular survey and field data are very necessary and the present book would be useful to this end.

Contents

Foreword
Preface

I. Remembering Prof. A.P. Das
1. Sri Abhaya Prasad Das: from the memory lane/Satugopal Bhattacharyya
2. My save biodiversity campaign and Prof. A.P. Das/T.M. Hynniewta

II. Floristic studies and revisions:
1. Taxonomic studies on the genus Ziziphus Miller Rhamnaceae Himalaya in Kashmir/Chesfeeda Akhter, G.H. Dar and Anzar A. Khuroo
2. Bamboos in Indian Himalaya an appraisal/Paramjit Singh
3. An assessment of floristic diversity Dalma wildlife sanctuary, Jharkhand/P. Lakshminarasimhan and C.R. Magesh
4. A contribution to the study of the subfamily Caesalpinioideae in West Bengal, India/T.K. Paul
5. Magnoliaceae of Indian region – an appraisal/V. Sampath Kumar
6. The genera Acacia Miller and Albizia Durazzini Leguminosae Mimosoideae in Sikkim State, India/T. Chakrabarty
7. Diversity of the genus Heteroscyphus Schiffner Hepaticae in Nagaland India/Kazhuhrii Eshuo and S.K. Chaturvedi

III. New records:
1. An overlooked species of Aporosa Blume Phyllanthaceae from South India/T. Chakrabarty and N.P. Balakrishnan
2. New distributional record of four species of Salix Linnaeus Salicaceae mirbel from Arunachal Pradesh India/Sukla Chanda, A. Pramanik and G.G. Maiti
3. Papilionanthe vandarum Reichenbach f. Garay Orchidaceae: a new record for Nagaland India/S.K. Chaturvedi, Moaakum, Santanu Dey and Nungshikokla Jamir
4. Habenaria diphylla Dalzell var. Josephi N. Pearce and P.J. Cribb Orachidaceae: a new record for Nepal/Lokesh R. Shakya
5. Five new additions to the flora of Goa state, India/T. Chakrabarty
6. Smilax aspericaulis Wallich ex. A. DC. Smilacaceae an addition to the state flora of Assam/S. Baruah and S.K. Borthakur
7. Glochidion palaeogamblei sp. nov. a new fossil leaf of Euphorbiaceae from the Pliocene sediments of Arunachal Pradesh, North-eastern India and its palaeoclimatic significance/Mahasin Ali Khan and Subir Bera


IV. Nomenclature
1. Botanical miscellany/Kanchi N. Gandhi
2. Biodiversity studies: a taxonomic contemplation/Ambarish Mukherjee
3. Notes on nomenclature in the family Rubiaceae/D.B. Deb and M. Gangopadhyay

V. Systematics and phylogeny
1. Xylotomy of a woody vine: Artabotrys hexapetalus Linnaeus f. Bhandari Annonaceae/Arishta Saha, Tanmoy Mohanty and Prasanta Kumar Bhattacharyya
2. Macrocharacters of fruits and microcharacters of seeds, both LM and SEM of the Indian members of the tribes Naucleeae and Cinchoneae sensu Bentham and Hooker Rubiaceae/Nandita Sarkar and G.G. Maiti
3. Studies on in vitro pollen germination of Crotalaria sericea Retzius/Kakali Biswas, Subrata Mondal and Sudhendu Mandal
4. Botany and essential oils of the intra specific categories of Cinnamomum verum J.S. Presl grown in Northeast India/Akhil Baruah

VI. Distribution and conservation
1. Urban forests: species selection and biodiversity conservation/Monika Koul and A.K. Bhatnagar
2. Patterns of plant species richness, diversity and endemism in the alpine zone of western Himalaya/Gopal S. Rawat
3. Role of tree ring study in forest management: prospects in Indian context/Amalava Bhattacharyya, Mayank Shekhar and Santosh K. Shah
4. Taxonomy and conservation of medicinal plants in challenges and northeast India: issues, prospects/K. Haridasa
5. Status of socio-ethnobotanical resources of Tawi wildlife sanctuary and adjoining village in Mizoram, India/Lallawmkimi and H. Lalramunghinglova

VII. Traditional resources
1. Documentation of traditional knowledge on medicinal plants from Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India/S.D. Rout, S.K. Panda and Arun K. Pandey
2. Plants used in controlling household pests in Manipur, India/Yumkhan Sanatombi Devi, Konsam Sanjita Chanu and P.K. Singh
3. Some significant ethnobotanical plants from Kinnaur district in alpine region of Himachal Pradesh, India/M.K. Seth, H.C. Negi and Anil K. Goel
4. Traditional knowledge on medicinal plants amongst the Mao Naga tribe in Manipur/N.S. Jamir and Lanusunep

VIII. Medicinal plants

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By: Sauris Panda(Editor), Chandra Ghosh(Editor)
527 pages, plates, b/w illustrations, tables
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