Agri-Horticultural Biodiverstiy of Temperate and Cold Arid Regions

authored by: Nazir Ahmad Zeerak & Shafiq A. Wani
ISBN: 9789381450086 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 272 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2012
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 22.6 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 950 GMS
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Keywords

plant biodiversity, himalayan regions, india, kashmir, ladakh, surveys, plant species, economic plant groups, varietal wealth, cereals, pulses, oilseeds, spice and condiments, forages, vegetables, ornamentals, fruits and nuts, underutilized plants, technical names, economic importance, status, utility, researchers, students, plant breeding, horticulture, economic botany, conservation, genetic resources

The book under discussion provides an extensive overview of the plant biodiversity in the temperate and cold arid Himalayan regions of India, particularly Kashmir and Ladakh. The authors have conducted extensive surveys over several years to present the diversity of plant species in the region. The contents of the book include details on the varietal wealth of all major economic plant groups, including Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds, Spice and Condiments, Forages, Vegetables, Ornamentals, Fruits and Nuts, and Underutilized Plants. The book includes technical, English, and Kashmiri/Ladakhi names of plants of economic importance, along with brief notes on their status and utility. This work is a valuable resource for researchers and students working in the fields of Plant Biodiversity, Plant Breeding, Horticulture, and Economic Botany. It is also an excellent reference book for researchers and planners working on the management and conservation of plant genetic resources in the Indian Himalayan regions.

01. Cereals 02. Pulses 03. Oilseeds 04. Spices & Condiments 05. Fruits and Nuts 06. Vegetables 07. Forages 08. Medicinal Plants 09. Ornamental Plants 10. Lesser Known and Underutilized Plants 11. Native Plant Bio-diversity of Indian Sub-Himalayan Regions – An Overview

 
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