report on medicinal plants of Kachchh (Gujarat)

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Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha, Dept. of ISM&H, Ministry of Health and Family, Govt. of India , New Delhi
Medicinal plants -- India -- Gujarat., Materia medica, Vegetable -- India -- Gujarat., Traditional medicine -- India -- Guj


India, Guj

Other titlesKaccha (Gujarāta) ke aushadha pādapa para eka riporṭa
Statementchief editor, H.R. Goyal ; contributors, M.C. Joshi, M.B. Patel, P.J. Mehta.
ContributionsGoyal, H. R., Joshi, M. C., Patel, M. B., Mehta, P. J., Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (India)
LC ClassificationsQK99.I4 R47 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 74 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL157065M
LC Control Number99932584

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VI Kachchh Kachchh Kachchh(W), Kachchh(E) 67 Chandrakar, International Journal of Environment and Natural Sciences, Vol. 1, 44 ‐ 64 (). The present paper is an attempt to bring to light the ethno-medicinal plants of western Kachchh region.

Here we have enumerated total 26 medicinal plants, in which 14 are herbaceous ephemeral plants. List of Publication Name of programme of publication Total no. of Name of Book Year of Publication 1. A Report on Medical Plants of Kachchh (Gujarat) - English 3. Glimpses of Medico-Botany of Bastar District (M.P.) -English 4.

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Medico File Size: KB. The present paper describes the status of indigenous knowledge on medicinal plants in Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary (NSS) in the arid district Kachchh of Gujarat State (India).

Through a questionnaire, 42 people of different age groups from 18 villages within NSS were surveyed. Of the total interviewed people, 71% had knowledge on medicinal by: 1. Author(s): Goyal,H R; Joshi,M C; Patel,M B; Mehta,P J; Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (India) Title(s): A report on medicinal plants of.

The trans-Himalaya ecosystem is a fragile biome, characterized by a reduced growing season [76], SN Location and total no. of higher plants Ethnobotanical plants as % of total flora * Percentage of plants used in terms of species richness of sites 21% of total flowering plants % of total plants in use 21% of total flowering plants 44% of Cited by: A Report on Medicinal Plants of Kachchh (Gujarat) Goyal, H.R.

(Chief Ed.) Year of Publication: Bulletin Of The Botanical Survey of India Vol 54 By S.K. Singh and D.K. Singh. Price: Rs 1, | $ Published by: Botanical Survey of India. Linnaean plant names based on India-its land life, languages land life, languages and legends/S.K.

Jain and Harsh Singh. Indigenous knowledge has become recognized worldwide not only because of its intrinsic value but also because it has a potential instrumental value to science and conservation. In Nepal, the indigenous knowledge of useful and medicinal plants has roots in the remote past.

The present study reviews the indigenous knowledge and use of plant resources of the Nepal Cited by: UNEP / CMS-IOSEA Project Report Centre for Herpetology/Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, Tamil Nadu. Pp Thivakaran GA (). Coastal Ecology of Kachchh-Issues and Problems.

In: Status of Ecology of Kachchh. Book to be published during the Gujarat Sthapan Day- 1st MayGujarat Institute of Desert Ecology, Bhuj, Gujarat, India. Kachchh Sub-State Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan Under the National Biodiversity Strategy Action Plan (NBSAP). GUIDE, Bhuj, Gujarat, India.

Joshi, P.N. and S.F.W. Sunderraj, Establisment of Medicinal Plants Conservation Areas (MPCAs) of Highly Traded and Rare Medicinal Species in Kachchh Saline Desert. The Himalayas, or Himalaya (/ ˌ h ɪ m ə ˈ l eɪ ə, h ɪ ˈ m ɑː l ə j ə /), (Sanskrit: himá (हिम, "snow") and ā-laya (आलय, "receptacle, dwelling")), is a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan range has many of Earth's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest (Nepal/China).The Himalayas include over Coordinates: 27°59′N 86°55′E /.

List of Books A.A.N.S Sr. Name Author total copies A Report of Medicinal Plants of Kachchh CCRAS, New Delhi 1. A Review of work on indian medicinal plants by Glossary of medicinal Plants of Bruhatrayi by Singh & chunekar Chaukhambha Publication 1 Traditional zootherapeutic uses in India.

In India, nearly 15–20 percent of the Ayurvedic medicine is based on animal-derived substances [].The Hindu religion has used five products (milk, urine, dung, curd and ghee) of the cow for purification since ancient times [].Different ethnic groups use animal-derived substances for healing human ailments in present times in by: People across the world use medicinal plants in several health care practices, and the loss of this valuable resource has direct bearings on these traditional health care systems.

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GEER Foundation in had published a book titled “Medicinal Plants of Gujarat” and recorded diversity data of medicinal plants of Gujarat. The book reveals distribution pattern of medicinal plants without their abundance data.

In Gulf of Kachchh (GoK), India. App. Sci. Report, 17(1) Coral reefs transplantation and. That plant was the basis of traditional medicine is known from about B.C from Mesopotamia. Substances used were oils of Cedrus (cedar) and Cupresus sompevirens (cypress), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice), Commiphora (myrrh) and Papaver somnifenm (opium poppy).

All are still in use today for treatments of various ailments. Egyptian medicine dates from about B.C.

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How to reach Kalesar National Park. The park is situated in the foothills of Shiwalik ranges of. Biodiversity Conservation Under the Project State Environmental Action Programmme[sic] grazing Gulf of Kachchh Gulf of Khambhat habitats harvesting impact implementation important increase Indian Bustard indigenous irrigation juliflora Junagadh Kheda land lesser florican livestock major mangroves marine medicinal plants Mehsana monitoring.

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Indian Cycas L.: An overview/A B D Selvam. A preliminary report on the ethnoveterinary medicinal plants of Bargarh District, Western Odisha, India/Alok Ranjan Sahu, Jogeswar Panigrahi and S P Mishra. Global scenario of medicinal plants: present strategies and future challenges/AK Roy SK Pandey and SCR Chandel.

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Mohanraj N Pattar the great legend on earth. Medicinal Plants (Minerals and Trace Elements) Day is devoted for activities in Medicinal. The knowledge of Medicinal Plants has expanded a lot in recent years. This second edition of the book Medicinal Plants Utilisation and Conservation contains 24 chapters covering holistic information on medicinal plants their utilisation conservation cultivation and diseases with special reference to the Indian scenario.

Medicinal Plants: Medicinal plants have played an essential role in the development of human culture, for example religions and different ceremonies.

(E.g. Dhatura has long been associated with the worship of Shiva, the Indian god). Ayurveda says, “There is no plant on the Earth, which does not possess medicinal property”. This. GSL is the largest lake in the western United States and the fourth largest meromictic lake in the world [].Thus, this enormous inland sea is a critical stop on the Pacific flyway; GSL hosts an estimated ten million water birds (around species), making the lake the most important shorebird site in North America [48,49,50,51,52].The avian population spends time in the Cited by: 3.

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plants using RAPD and ISSR markers for ascertaining clonal fidelity. In: Abstract of the BiofutraNatl. conference on biomedical sphere of Life Sciences, organized by the CMR Institute, Bangalore, held on 6.identify all medicinal plants used globally and listed more t species 1. In the present era of drug development and discovery of newer drug molecules many plant products are evaluated on the basis of their traditional uses.

Still, there are many herbs which are time tested and have references for its use from. The present zootherapeutic study describes the traditional knowledge related to the use of different animals and animal-derived products as medicines by the Saharia tribe reside in the Shahabad and Kishanganj Panchayat Samiti's of Baran district of Rajasthan, India.

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