NeBIO

Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2013
ISSN 2278-2281(Online Version)

 

 

 

 

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Indigenous method of Bamboo shoot preservation by the Tripuri communities of Tripura, India
Sunita Debbarma and Rabindra Kumar Sinha

Diversity, economic uses and conservation status of herbaceous flora of Cachar District of Assam, India
MK Baruah, G Chakraborty and M Dutta Choudhury

Butterfly diversity in two different habitats in the vicinity of Assam University campus, Silchar, Assam
Simi Talukdar and Aparajita De

Study on egg characteristics of Cotton Pygmy-goose
S Upadhyaya

Some medicinal plants in and around Pumlen, an important wetland in Bishnupur district, Manipur
Adhikarimayum Aisho Sharma and Sarkar P

Ethnoichthyological study of the Karbis of Assam (India) and indigenous knowledge of management of Fish Resources
Valentina Teronpi, HT Singh, AK Tamuli and Robindra Teron

Nymphaea – a potential wetland plant in Manipur, North-East India
Sagolsem Asharani Devi and Biseshwori Thongam

Preparation of ‘surachi’ – a starter cake and rice beer from Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. by the Rabha tribe Udalguri (BTAD) District, Assam
MK Baruah and NN Rabha

Notes on Corybas himalaicus – a recently collected rare orchid from Meghalaya
C Satyajit Rao, Sushil Kumar Singh, Ramesh Kumar and Wynpher Langstang

Extended distribution of Cyathea spinulosa Wall. ex Hook. in Uttarakhand Himalaya with a note on distribution and diversification of Himalayan ferns in relation to recent climate change
BS Kholia, Ranjan Joshi and Richa Punetha

Ethnobotany of Poro Apong or Chai Mod – A local rice beer of Mishing tribes of Assam
Dimbo Pawe and R Gogoi

Taxonomic note on Streblus Lour. (Moraceae) in Northeast India
Dilip Kr. Roy, Samiran Panday, BK Sinha and M Sawmliana

Importance of geographical indication for conservation of traditional oroducts
Rajiv D Kangabam, Medhabati K and M Govindaraju

Reaction of rice germplasm to gall midge biotype occurring in Manipur
Heisnam Nanita Devi, Amitava Paul and JM Laishram

Homalomena aromatica Schott. (Araceae): a plant with promising economic and societal value in North East India
Kh Romesh Singh and Aparajita De

NeBIO 4(2) April 2013