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Ethnobotanical studies in the tribal region of Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh

Vaniki Sandesh 15(1): 14-17

Ethnobotanical studies in the tribal region of Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh

Brief details are given of 31 species (including forest trees) used as food and/or medicinally.

Accession: 002373687

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