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Year : 1991  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 78-93

Additions to the flora of Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu.


Survey of Medicinal Plants & Collection Unit, 112, Govt. Arts College Campus, Udhagamandalam - 643 002, India

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D Suresh Baburaj
Survey of Medicinal Plants & Collection Unit, 112, Govt. Arts College Campus, Udhagamandalam - 643 002
India
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Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu is one of the most botanised areas of southern India. In spite of it a number of wild plants had been missed by previous collectors. In addition a number of exotics and ornamentals having importance in alternative systems of medicine like Homoeopathy and Unani have not been collected and preserved as herbarium records. The present paper lists 36 species of wild plants and 69 species of exotics. Their areas of occurrence, phonological data, accession numbers, and names of collectors have been given.


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