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Vol. 9, No. 1, March 2018
ISSN 2278-2281(Online Version)

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Pogostemon deccanensis (Panigrahi) Press (Lamiaceae) – A new addition to the flora of Gujarat
Mitesh Patel and Mandadi Narsimha Reddy
AbstractFull Text PDF I Pages 1-2 

Status of ericulture in Kamrup District, Assam: A Case Study of Bhanubhakta and Salbari areas under Boko Subdivision
Jayanta Deka and Monalisa B. Deka
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 3-6 

Examining stakeholders’ views and opinions for river conservation in India: a case study from Pune, Maharashtra
Nishikant Gupta and Ishaan Kochhar
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 7-12 

Traditional motifs of Dimasas in Dima Hasao District, Assam: An insight into their origin and use by the traditional women weavers
Sangeeta Haflongbar and Aparajita De
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 13-17 

Diversity, distribution pattern and utilization of bamboos in Sikkim
Bishnu Kumar Sharma, Musadiq Hussain Bhat, Mufida Fayaz, Amit Kumar and Ashok Kumar Jain
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 18-27 

Nutritional composition and in-vitro digestibility of an underutilized leafy vegetable Talinum triangulare (Jacq.) Wild.
AK Srivastava, Nidhi Gupta and VN Pandey
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 28-35 

First record of two species of stone loaches (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) from Gujarat, India
Arshi Kazi, Harshil Patel, Vaibhav Naik and Shantilal K. Tank
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 36-38 

Leaf anatomical studies of the genus Festuca L. (Poaceae) in India
Sutrishna Kar, ND Paria and Paramjit Singh
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 39-55  

Endophytic fungi associated with Parkia timoriana (DC.) Merr – an edible legume tree of North-East India
Dipendra Singha, Ngangbam Somen Singh, Ningthoujam Linthoingambi Devi and Uttam Thangjam
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 57-63  

Documentation and evaluation of the intergeneric relationship of the family Fagaceae from Indian Himalayan region
Subhajit Lahiri and Ambarish Mukherjee
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 64-69 

Floristic composition of Mukurthi National Park: a sky island in the core zone of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
KAA Kabeer, JV Sudhakar, JH Franklin Benjamin, M Mohanan and GVS Murthy
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 70-92 

Medicinal plants used against gastrointestinal disorders among the Adi Tribe of Eastern Himalaya
Luk Bahadur Chetry, Kenry Basar, Kirbi Taye, Tapi Taka, Jambey Tsering and Tonlong Wangpan
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 93-101 

Diversity and distribution of aquatic macrophytes with special reference to the invasive species in Barak Valley, Assam, Northeast India
Nami Prasad and Tapati Das
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 102-108 

Wild edible mushroom trade in the local markets by tribal people of Kokrajhar, Assam
Bhisma Narayan Swargiari and Rubul Buragohain
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 109-116 

Inhibitory effect of Dillenia indica L. bark extract on testosterone induced benign prostatic hyperplasia in rat
Luk Bahadur Chetry, Hirendra Nath Sarma and Manuj K Bharali
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 117-123 

Additions of new taxa to the pteridophyte flora of Kolli Hills, Eastern Ghats, Tamil Nadu, South India
Vijayakanth P, Sahaya Sathish, Irudayaraj V, Dominic Rajkumar and Mazumdar J
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 124-133 

Spatial analysis on land use/land cover from IRS-R2 LISS4 FMX data: A case study in Assam University campus, India
Demsai Reang, Aparajita De and Ashesh Kumar Das
Abstract I Full Text PDF I Pages 134-143 

Isolation of cellulolytic fungi from the litter of Phyllostachys bambusoides from Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya
Tapi Taka, Tonlong Wangpan, Luk Bahadur Chetry, Phongam Tesia, Jentu Giba and Sumpam Tangjang
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 144-149 

Effects of anthropogenic disturbances on community structure and regeneration status of tree species in reserved and panchayat forests of Pauri Garhwal, Western Himalaya, India
Mujahida Parveen, JK Tiwari, Meena Nautiyal, P Tiwari and Dinesh Singh Rawat
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 150-157 

Ethno-medicinal practices of the Lepcha Tribe in Kalimpong District of West Bengal, India
Geetamani Chhetri and YK Rai
Abstract I Full Text PDFPages 158-167 

 

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