Subject: Ecology | QH1-199.5 | General. Including nature conservation, geographical distribution | QH540-549.5 | Article Subject
Conventional medicines are very important part of Indian culture. In this study the outcome of two-year study of ethnomedicinal uses of plants in Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary (CPWLS) and nearby area is reported. Information related to different plants which are use... View more
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