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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

2014, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Biodiversity of ethno medicinal plants used by traditional healers in selected remote villages of Panna district (Madhya Pradesh), India

Daulat Ram Gwalwanshi*, Amit Jugnu Bishwas, Deepak Vyas

This paper presents the results of a study on ethno medicinal plants used by local traditional healers of selected remote villages, namely Ranipura, Aaramganj & Vishramganj of Panna District of Madhya Pradesh. The methods followed were based on questionnaire for documentation of indigenous knowledge. Regular interviews were conducted in local communities, to investigate local people and knowledgeable persons, who are the main user of medicinal plants. This investigation revealed that, the traditional healers used 43 plant species belonging to 35 genera of 22 families were recorded during field trips from selected villages. Among all the plant species, tree vegetation found to be most dominant followed by shrubs, herbs and climbers. In this study most dominant family was Fabaceae and leaves were the most frequently used plant part for treatment of ailment and diseases. The check list and ethno medicinal inventory was developed
Shoot fresh weight (g/plant) of three ecotypes of Ocimum basilicum when four weeks old plants were subjected to varying levels of NaCl salinity stress for further four weeks grown in sand culture in full strength Hoagland’s nutrient solution
Fig.: Shoot fresh weight (g/plant) of three ecotypes of Ocimum basilicum when four weeks old plants were subjected to varying levels of NaCl salinity stress for further four weeks grown in sand culture in full strength Hoagland’s nutrient solution
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How to cite this article:
Daulat Ram Gwalwanshi*, Amit Jugnu Bishwas, Deepak Vyas. Biodiversity of ethno medicinal plants used by traditional healers in selected remote villages of Panna district (Madhya Pradesh), India. J Med Plants Stud 2014;2(1):10-17.
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