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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 1, Part A
Medicinal flora of Sri Parvathi Jadala Rama Lingeshwara Swamy sacred grove, Nalgonda Dist., Telangana

Dr. S Srinivas Rao

The natural resources arernan integral part of diverse culture in different ways. The traditional worshiprnpractices show the symbiotic relation of human beings and nature. Due to rapidrnindustrialization and basic needs of the people, the structure and function ofrnecosystems are altered all over the world. Disappearance of species due tornhabitat alternation, over exploitation many valuable taxa may vanish evenrnbefore they are identified and their scientific value is discovered. Many areasrnhave been declared as protected areas. There were many traditional conservationrnpractices of indigenous communities in many parts of the world which contributernto the conservation and protection of biodiversity. The protection of smallrnforest patches by dedicating them to the local deities by various indigenousrncommunities of the world. Such forest patches are called sacred grove. Thernpresent study focus on the medicinal plants of Sri Parvathi Jadala RamarnLingeshwara Swamy Sacred Grove of Nalgonda District. This paper deals with thern168 species of medicinal potential belonging to 139 genera and 54 families.
Medicinal flora of Sri Parvathi Jadala Rama Lingeshwara Swamy sacred grove
Fig.: Medicinal flora of Sri Parvathi Jadala Rama Lingeshwara Swamy sacred grove
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How to cite this article:
Dr. S Srinivas Rao. Medicinal flora of Sri Parvathi Jadala Rama Lingeshwara Swamy sacred grove, Nalgonda Dist., Telangana. J Med Plants Stud 2016;4(1):39-46.
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