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Ethno medico botany of Arunachal Pradesh

M. S. Rawat

Ethno medico botany of Arunachal Pradesh

Nishi & Apatani tribes

by M. S. Rawat

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Published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh in Dehra Dun .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Subansiri Frontier Division.
    • Subjects:
    • Apatani (Indic people) -- Medicine.,
    • Apatani (Indic people) -- Ethnobotany.,
    • Dafla (Indic people) -- Medicine.,
    • Dafla (Indic people) -- Ethnobotany.,
    • Materia medica, Vegetable -- India -- Subansiri Frontier Division.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-198).

      Statementby M.S. Rawat and S. Chowdhury.
      ContributionsChowdhury, S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS432.A6 R38 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination206 p. :
      Number of Pages206
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL511427M
      ISBN 108121101530
      LC Control Number98909606

      Rawat & Chowdhur y () in their “Ethno Medico Botany of Arunachal Pradesh” mainly highlighted Nishi and Apatani tribes in respect to documentation of some ethnomedicinal.   Kaul RN, Haridasan K. Forest types of Arunachal Pradesh- A preliminary study. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany. ; – Rawat MS, Chowdhury S. Ethno-medico-botany of Arunachal Pradesh. Dehradun: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh; Pal GD. Observations on ethnobotany of tribals of Subansiri district, Arunachal Pradesh.

      1. Author(s): Shankar,Rama,; Rawat,M S(Mohan Singh) Title(s): Medico-ethno-botany of Arunachal Pradesh: Papum Pare, Lower, Upper Subansiri and Kurung Kumey. district of Madhya Pradesh. The results are based on ethnobotanical survey carried out during the year to Key-Words: Ethno-Medico-Botany, Conservation, Dindori, Madhya Pradesh Introduction Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh is appreciably inhabited by tribal population. Even today, the largest.

      Materials for the Flora of Arunachal Pradesh: Ranunculaceae-Dipsacaceae Flora of India: Series 2 Volume 1 of Materials for the Flora of Arunachal Pradesh, Botanical Survey of India: Contributors: P. K. Hajra, D. M. Verma, G. S. Giri, Botanical Survey of India: Publisher: Botanical Survey of India, Original from: the University of. Hamari Mitra Jammu-Pradesh ki Vanaushdhiyan (Hindi) The Medico-Ethno-Botany of Lower Subansiri District (Arunachal Pradesh) Healing Herbs of Himalaya (English) Himalaya ki Arogyadayi Vanaspatiyan (Hindi) Herbal Wealth of Uttrakhand, Vol. I.


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Materials. The present paper documents the uses of plants in traditional herbal medicine for human and veterinary ailments, and those used for dietary supplements, religious purpose, local beverage, and plants used to poison fish and wild animals.

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