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ISSN Print: 2394-0530, ISSN Online: 2320-3862, NAAS Rating: 3.53

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Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

2016, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part C
A review on location & Boundaries of Vindhya basin, geology, climatology, importance of wild medicinal plants of Rewa region, distribution map of wild medicinal plants on the basis of ecological & economical importance

Abhishekh Srivastava, AP Singh, Naveen Gaurav, Asha Singh and Anil Kumar Singh

Medicinal and aromatic plants are mostly found in forest wild areas throughout South Asia from the plains to the High altitude like Himalaya's and also in another peaks with the dense concentration in the tropical and subtropical habitat, even in the xeric environment. India recognizes more than 3,500 plant species having medicinal value distributed all over the zone according to the need of the micro-climatic suitability of plant species. Some wild medicinal plants have greater wide ecological amplitude and to adjust themselves into various ecological habitat. While others are localised into specific microclimatic conditions and growing only in specific habitat. Over harvesting, destructive collection technique and conservation, conversion of habitats are prime cause for extinction of some wild medicinal plants of tropical region. Recent study done on the various aspect of ecological & economic importance of wild medicinal plants of Rewa region which plays promising role for improving the physiological and morphological function of overall system of the body system. Modern pattern of living, eating and settlement on dirty places, destroy the basic immunity of the body due to the toxication and deposition of toxic substances inside the body system. Toxicated food, water and impure air consequently, reduce the physiological and functional aspect of body system. Subsequently, destroy the resistance of body consequently, a lot of chances to get infection of various new generation microbes, which are quite adoptable for new habitat causing various diseases and disorder in body system.
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How to cite this article:
Abhishekh Srivastava, AP Singh, Naveen Gaurav, Asha Singh and Anil Kumar Singh. A review on location & Boundaries of Vindhya basin, geology, climatology, importance of wild medicinal plants of Rewa region, distribution map of wild medicinal plants on the basis of ecological & economical importance. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies. 2016; 4(3): 156-162.
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