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Himalayan Medicinal Plants - Potential and Prospects
Himalayan Medicinal Plants - Potential and Prospects

Himalayan Medicinal Plants - Potential and Prospects

by S S Samant

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Language

English

Publisher

Gyanodaya Prakashan

ISBN

8185097542 - Year: 2002 - Pages: 435

Binding

Hardcover

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Author: S S Samant
U Dhar/L M S Palni
Publisher: Gyanodaya Prakashan
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 435
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185097542

Description

The book includes Inaugural address, Keynote address and 26 papers of the experts working in different biogeographic provinces of the Himalaya and covers the following themes:

Status of Himalayan medicinal Plants: Inventory, folk and ethnobotary

Population studies of threatened medicinal plants

Current status of propagation methods

Cultivation and domestication

Utilization, extraction and phytochemical investigations

In addition, the volume provides valuable head in the form of recommendations, which are the outcome of the issues discussed at the end of each Technical Session and also, the inputs given by the experts in the draft manuscript of the recommendations.

The editors hope that the volume would be of immense help to all workers interested in the identified priority areas and also, to farmers, planners, conservationists, students and teachers.

Contents

About the Institute
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Contributors

Inaugural lecture: Need for a comprehensive approach to medicinal Plants A K Ahuja
Keynote address: Status of medicinal plants in Indian Himalaya N C Shah

TECHNICAL SESSION I:
Status of Himalayan Medicinal Plants: Inventory, Folk and Ethnobotany

TECHNICAL SESSION II:
Population Studies: Threatened Medicinal Plants

TECHNICAL SESSION III:
Propagation Methods: Current Status

TECHNICAL SESSION IV:
Cultivation and domestication

TECHNICAL SESSION V:
Utilization, Extraction, and Phytochemical Investigations

Future Action Plan:
Issues and Priorities

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