International Journal of Botany Studies


International Journal of Botany Studies


International Journal of Botany Studies
International Journal of Botany Studies
Vol. 1, Issue 4 (2016)
S.No. Title and Authors Name Country
1
A review on blue green algae as biofertilizer (site characteristics, location and boundaries of Vindhya basin, geology of Rewa, physiography, climatology)
Anil Kumar Singh, AP Singh, Naveen Gaurav, Abhishekh Srivastava, Arun Kumar
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Anil Kumar Singh, AP Singh, Naveen Gaurav, Abhishekh Srivastava, Arun Kumar. A review on blue green algae as biofertilizer (site characteristics, location and boundaries of Vindhya basin, geology of Rewa, physiography, climatology). International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 01-07.
India
2
Variation of total sugar, protein and EC of different parts of Enicostema Littorale and Phyllanthus Niruri on different days of Rewa Region
Abhishekh Srivastava, Singh AP, Naveen Gaurav, Asha Singh, Hira Singh Gariya
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Abhishekh Srivastava, Singh AP, Naveen Gaurav, Asha Singh, Hira Singh Gariya. Variation of total sugar, protein and EC of different parts of Enicostema Littorale and Phyllanthus Niruri on different days of Rewa Region. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 08-12.
India
3
Phytochemical and antioxidant screening of Gloriosa superb L. from different geographical positions of South India
Gopi Ragupathi
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Gopi Ragupathi. Phytochemical and antioxidant screening of Gloriosa superb L. from different geographical positions of South India. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 13-19.
India
4
Traditional knowledge of medicines belonging to Family Zingiberaceae from South Western Maharashtra, India.
Abhijeet R. Kasarkar, Dilipkumar K. Kulkarni
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Abhijeet R. Kasarkar, Dilipkumar K. Kulkarni. Traditional knowledge of medicines belonging to Family Zingiberaceae from South Western Maharashtra, India.. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 20-23.
India
5
Preliminary phytochemical screening of different solvent extracts of leaves and stem of Crataeva religiosa Hook & Frost
Sethupandian Geetha, Kokkaiah Irulandi, Sinthia Ganesan, Palanichamy Mehalingam
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Sethupandian Geetha, Kokkaiah Irulandi, Sinthia Ganesan, Palanichamy Mehalingam. Preliminary phytochemical screening of different solvent extracts of leaves and stem of Crataeva religiosa Hook & Frost. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 24-26.
India
6
Notes on Polyalthia malabarica (Bedd.) I.M. Turner and Polyalthia suberosa (Roxb.) Thwaites (Annonaceae).
ES Santhosh Kumar, Suchithra G Krishnan, K Murugesan, S Shailajakumari
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ES Santhosh Kumar, Suchithra G Krishnan, K Murugesan, S Shailajakumari. Notes on Polyalthia malabarica (Bedd.) I.M. Turner and Polyalthia suberosa (Roxb.) Thwaites (Annonaceae).. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 27-28.
India
7
Floristic account of Aquatic and Wetland Angiosperms of Sabarkantha, District Gujarat
NB Patel, KB Patel
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NB Patel, KB Patel. Floristic account of Aquatic and Wetland Angiosperms of Sabarkantha, District Gujarat. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 29-31.
India
8
A review: Underutilized wild edible plants as a potential source of alternative nutrition
Jyotsna Salvi, Katewa SS
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Jyotsna Salvi, Katewa SS. A review: Underutilized wild edible plants as a potential source of alternative nutrition. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 32-36.
India
9
A new myxomycetes record for the myxobiota of Turkey: Physarum melleum
Basaran Dulger, Ilker Yildiz, Ersin Karabacak
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Basaran Dulger, Ilker Yildiz, Ersin Karabacak. A new myxomycetes record for the myxobiota of Turkey: Physarum melleum. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 37-38.
Turkey
10
Eye-catching ornamental members of Fabaceae, Caesalpiniaceae and Mimosaceae
Farsana K, Binu Thomas
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Farsana K, Binu Thomas. Eye-catching ornamental members of Fabaceae, Caesalpiniaceae and Mimosaceae. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 39-42.
India
11
Study on the morphological variations in solanum virginianum and solanum viarum two allied species
Jayanti Kumari, Dipsikiia Biiatacharya, Singh CTN, Jyoti Kumar
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Jayanti Kumari, Dipsikiia Biiatacharya, Singh CTN, Jyoti Kumar. Study on the morphological variations in solanum virginianum and solanum viarum two allied species. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 43-46.
India
12
Plant based remedies for the treatment of rheumatism among six tribal communities in Malappuram district, Kerala
Chithra M, Geetha SP
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Chithra M, Geetha SP. Plant based remedies for the treatment of rheumatism among six tribal communities in Malappuram district, Kerala. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2016; 1(4): 47-54.
India