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Title: Ethnobotanical studies in India with notes on Terai-Duars and Hills of Darjiling and Sikkim
Other Titles: NBU Journal of Plant Sciences,Vol.1, (March 2007) p 67-83
Authors: Das, A. P.
Ghosh, Chandra
Sarkar, Ajita
Biswas, Rajib
Keywords: Ethnobotanical studies
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Abstract: The very survivability of man is greatly associated with plants since his origin. Plants are responsible for the supply of Man's oxygen, food, medicine, fibre, shelter and what not! Also the relationship between man and environment in general has never been static and is changing continuously. But this is not the case with tribal/ aboriginal communities the world over. The life, culture and traditions of these communities have remained almost undisturbed and static for hundreds of years. They are the living archaeological museums of ancient traditions and cultural heritage of a nation.
ISSN: 0974-6927
Appears in Collections:NBU Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.1, (March 2007)

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