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Ethno Medicinal Exploration of Wetland Plants of Champaran (E)

Author Affiliations

  • 1Dept. of Bot. Gmrd College Mohanpur, Baghra, Samastipur Lnmu, Darbhanga, Bihar, INDIA

Res. J. Agriculture & Forestry Sci., Volume 2, Issue (10), Pages 8-10, October,8 (2014)


East champaran, a district of north Bihar is one of the less floristically studied regions of Himalayan Tarai region. It consists of various wetlands in different forms having medicinal flora mainly consisting of dicot angiosperms. This paper mainly deals with wetland medicinal plant diversity of this district and their traditional medicinal uses. Field observation and literature studied indicates that the wetlands of the district has a number of plant species of medicinal importance .Botanical name ,local name, family and medicinal uses of species are provided in this paper.


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