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University of Rajasthan (2014)

Ethno botanical studies on indigenous medicinal plants having hypoglycemic potential

Mishra, Lalita

Titre : Ethno botanical studies on indigenous medicinal plants having hypoglycemic potential

Auteur : Mishra, Lalita

Université de soutenance : University of Rajasthan

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Botany 2014

Objectifs
The work was started with some objectives, which are divided into two groups : primary and secondary objectives.

Primary objectives : To obtain knowledge of folklore remedies of several human ailments. To obtain the knowledge of wild edible plants and famine food of the study area. To obtain the knowledge of other ethno-botanical uses of indigenous plants of the study area. To enlisted the hypoglycemic flora of the Shekhawati region. To ecological studies of these plants and their habitat. To gather and document indigenous knowledge of the people on medicinal plants occurring in the study area. To differentiate the herbal drugs from synthetic drugs related to hyperglycemia. Introduction 10 To document the management and conservation measures practiced in the study area. To provide recommendations that would contribute to the development of strategies for conservation and sustainable management of selected medicinal plants. To contribute my small effort to the on-going ethno-botanical works in India.

Secondary objectives : Secondary objectives included the followings : To know the advantages and disadvantages of such studies in this area. To know whether the people are known about the farming of these important plant species. To know the attitude and opinion of the people towards the biodiversity.

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