Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2018)
Study of plants diversity in Govt Ghanshyam Singh Gupt Post Graduate College Balod (C.G.) campus
Author(s): Dr. Deepak Kumar Gupta, Ganga Gupta
Abstract: District Balod is located on (Dalli–Rajhara road) Durg-Manpur National highway 930. It is famous for their tribal population, culture and dense forest cover presence of various plant species in particular area helps to understand the diversity and nature of that area. Increasing population and changing lifestyle lead extensive commercial exploitation of the natural resources and loss of biodiversity. Therefore, documentation of biodiversity is mandatory to develop the strategies of conservation and management. This present research paper deals with the detailed Study of plants diversity in A tropical deciduous forest area of Govt Ghanshyam Singh Gupt College. College campus are very large area, its cover about 44 acre and out of city near Tandula Dam. Study of college campus vegetation and data collection period are between August 2016 to October 2017. We find 54 Family in 168 types of plant species, those grasses 59, trees 37, shrubs 15, herbs 37 climber species 08 Gymnosperm 3, Aquatic Plants 8 (Angiosperm 6 and Pteridophyta 3) recorded. Ecological analysis shows that Poaceae, Fabaceae, Asteraceae, Acanthaceae and Euphorbiaceae were dominant family and low present families are cactaceae, Lythraceae, Piperaceae respectively. Our study area college campus and college Garden where many ornamental plants and medicinal plants. My study show college campus diversity represent area diversity.