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Ethnobotany of Uttar Pradesh Special Reference to District Gonda and Balrampur

By: HP Pandey
Ethnobotany of Uttar Pradesh
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  • Ethnobotany of Uttar Pradesh ISBN: 9788121107600 Hardback Apr 2012 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This book is a first attempt at documenting and disseminating the indigenous knowledge of inhabitants of the district Gonda and Balrampur of the state of Uttar Pradesh.

The fundamental objectives of the book are to:
- Codify the indigenous knowledge understandable to patent examiners to prevent biopiracy.
Present folk knowledge in scientific way understandable to experts and common man for human welfare.
- Attract scholars of other discipline to facilitate further research and development in the subject.
- Ensure deeper understanding of the subject and its scope to open new vistas in ethnobotany.

This book will be very useful for the researchers and students of economic botany ethnobotany, Ayurvedic, Unani and Siddha disciplines of medical sciences scientists involved in R&D activities as well as general readers for their own interests and benefits.

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