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The Economic Plants of North East India

The Economic Plants of North East India,8172332203,9788172332204


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Publisher:Scientific Publishers
Published In:2000
Pages:pp. 133, Index, References

The Title "The Economic Plants of North East India " is written by Sudhir Kumar. This book was published in the year 2000. This book has total of pp. 133 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Scientific Publishers. We have about 821 other great books from this publisher. The Economic Plants of North East India is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

The north-eastern region of India is one of the largest centres of Genetic diversity of plants of economic importance. About 50 percent of the total number of species of our sub-continent occur in this region. Further the presence of large number of primitive flowering plants makes N.E. India the "Cradle of flowering plants". However, this region is still unexplored and informations available about these plants are rudimentary and scanty. This compendium is a small effort to give a glimpse of the richness of the plant wealth of the region.

About the Author

Dr. Sudhir Kumar obtained his M. Sc. degree from Allahabad University.



1. Introduction
2. Dye Yielding Plants
3. Fibre yielding Plants
4. Spices and Condiments
5. Essential oil Producing Plants
6. Ethnotoxic Plants
7. Gum, Resin and Tannin Yielding Plants:
a. Gum Plants
b. Resin Plants
c. Tannin Plants

8. Timber Plants
9. Food and Edible Plants