Medicinal Floral Ecology in Central India: A Case Study of the Narmada Basin
This Is A Case Study Of The Narmada Basin Relating To Medicinal Floral Ecology In Central India. A Large Portion Of Settlers In Central India Is Tribal And Still Dependent On The Old System Based On Folklore. The Study Emphasis The Propogation, Preservation And Conservation Of Plant Resources.
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alluvium Amarkantak Aonla Banjar Based on field Bijawar biotic black soils cent climate climbers CN CN crop Dastur Deccan Trap deciduous Dindori distribution dry deciduous edaphic factors flora forest division forest ranges Forests Particular Katni frequency Density frequency of occurrence geography Gondwana grow growth herb hills Jabalpur and Mandla Jabalpur district Jagmandal range jamun Katni Kundam Mandla Katni range kilometres Kirtikar and Basu Kundam Mandla Jagmandal Kundam range land laterite lowest lowland Madhya Pradesh Mandla district Mandla Jagmandal Frequency Mandla range medicinal plants medicinal values mesophyt metres Mixed Forests Particular moist Motinala Murwara Nainpur northern Particular Katni Kundam percentage plant species plateau Prasad and Pandey present quadrats rainfall Ram Prasad Relative density river rocks sal forests Shahpura shrub Sihora slopes Source southern study area study region Table tahsil teak forests temperature tendu total area tree type of forests Upper Narmada Basin upto valley vegetation village Vindhyan xerophytic