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Underutilized Plant Resources of the Himalayas

By: SK Sood(Author), Anju Batta Sehgal(Author), TC Bhalla(Author)
566 pages, 40 plates with colour photos; 39 illustrations, 63 tables
Underutilized Plant Resources of the Himalayas
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  • Underutilized Plant Resources of the Himalayas ISBN: 9789386071026 Hardback Jan 2016 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Underutilized Plant Resources of the Himalayas comprises of an exhaustive account of 296 promising plants (263 medicinal, 133 edible, 108 fodder, 67 ornamental, 52 sacred, 34 magico-religious, 29 fibre, 123 veterinary, and 84 miscellaneous) with information on up-to-date nomenclature ( vernacular, English, Hindi, Sanskrit and regional names), distribution, description, flowering & fruiting, habitat ecology, part or parts used, folk uses, active constituents, biological activity, appearance in literature, economic valuation and availability, and nativity.

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By: SK Sood(Author), Anju Batta Sehgal(Author), TC Bhalla(Author)
566 pages, 40 plates with colour photos; 39 illustrations, 63 tables
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