Forest vegetation with special reference to the distribution pattern of economic plants of trikuta hills jammu india
Kapur, S.K.; Sarin, Y.K.
Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 8(2): 307-320
Nineteen communities based on distinctive floristic features as well as structural and functional characteritics have been recognised in the area. Difficulties are faced in estimating the availability of some economic plants occurring wild in the forest area as no fool proof method is available making proper assessment of the resources in larger areas. Phytosociological methods have been applied in the estimating resources of 66 plants constituting more important minor forest products.