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Ethnobotanical Study of Plants of Raigarh Area, Chattisgarh, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Botany, Dr. C.V. Raman University Kota, Bilaspur, CG, INDIA
  • 2Department of Botany, K.G. Arts and Science College, Raigarh, CG, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Biological Sci., Volume 4, Issue (6), Pages 36-43, June,10 (2015)

Abstract

The ethnobotanical study was conducted in different area of Raigarh district of CG. (India). The paper reports was documented of ethnobotanical use of 89 plant species are described in which different parts of plants are used for different purposes by people for example medicine ,food ,fodder, furniture, fiber, cosmetics etc. The aim of the present survey is to highlight that local people knowledge and culture can play important role in resource management and to focus on the diversity of ethnobotanical plants for future use and provide the framework to aware the people how to use plants to solve different type of problem.

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