Anti-Implantation Effect of Abrus precatorius (seed) in Female Albino Rats

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT Anti-Implantation Effect of Abrus precatorius (seed) in Female Albino Rats S. P. Singh1 and M. K. Purohit2                         1Department of Zoology, D.B.S. (P.G.) College, Dehradun-248001                         2Department of Zoology, S.G.R.R. (P.G.) College, Dehradun-248001                               Email : drspsingh1949@gmail.com, drmkpurohit@gmail.com Received: 11-04-2019                                                  Read More …

STATUS AND CONSERVATION OF SOME COMMERCIALLY EXPLOITED MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS

STATUS AND CONSERVATION OF SOME COMMERCIALLY EXPLOITED MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS OF SHAKUMBHARI DEVI REGION OF SHIWALIK HILLS Amit Kumar and Anubha Sharma Department of Botany DAV (PG) College, Muzaffarnagar (UP) [e-mail-amit_bio80@yahoo.com] Abstract: Himalaya has received attention of a large number of botanists due to its vast vegetation wealth. Shakumbhari Devi region lies under the Shiwalik Foothills of Himalaya. The region is rich in its pilgrim importance and also very rich in the medicinal plant. Present study deals with the Read More …

BIO-DIVERSITY OF MEDICO-RELIGIOUS PLANTS IN AND AROUND GAUTAM BUDDHA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY

BIO-DIVERSITY OF MEDICO-RELIGIOUS PLANTS IN AND AROUND GAUTAM BUDDHA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY, GAYA (BIHAR) Dillip Kumar Keshri Department of Zoology, T.S. College, Hisua, Nawada (Bihar) Abstract: The paper deals with fifty one species of plants associated with medicinal use of local inhabitants. Among them most of the plants are sacred to the local people and worshiped as Nakshatras (Constellattion) Trees or Sacred plants. Some of the Medico-religious plants are Acacia catechu, Aegle marmelos, Anthocephalous Chinensis, Artocarpous heterophyllus, Azdirachta indica, Butea Read More …

MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR TRADITIONAL USES AMONG THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES

MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR TRADITIONAL USES AMONG THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES OF DISTRICT ALMORA (UTTARAKHAND) Sudhanshu Kaushik and B. D. Joshi Deptt. of Zoology & Env. Sciences, Faculty of life sciences, Gurukula Kangri University, Haridwar (Uttarakhand) India Abstract: The present study was carried out to document the diversity of medicinal plants and their traditional uses in health care system of local communities of district Almora. Present study reveals that 30 species of medicinal plants belonging to 25 families are being used Read More …