Vol. 2, Issue 4 (2017)
Floristic survey of Arunachalapuram village, Virudhunagar District, Tamil Nadu
Author(s): Kuralarasi R, Sundarapandi G, Sundar M, Lingakumar K, *Ganesan V
Abstract: Survey of Angiosperm plant is playing an important role in every ecological unit. It’s classified into two categories dicot and monocot. The present study is an attempt to survey of the Flora of Arunachalapuram Village, Virudhunagar District, Tamil Nadu and India. We explore an area and observed, collect and identify plant species of Angiosperms grow in the area. Plant species have been listed systematically which counts including indigenous cultivated and naturalized plants. Totally 143 plants were surveyed. Among which 124 plants belong to Dicotyledons and 19 plants belong to Monocotyledons. These 143 plants belong to 45 families. The Family Poaceae (Gramineae) has representatives with a maximum 15 members in Arunachalapuram village. These plant species grow wild as well as cultivated in the study site.