1. ASSESSMENT OF THERAPEUTIC USAGE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS OF PUNE DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA by RAHANGDALE, S.S.1, RAHANGDALE, S.R.2 AND KHUPAT, A.N.1

  • RAHANGDALE, S.S.1*, RAHANGDALE, S.R.2 AND KHUPAT, A.N.1

Abstract

This paper deals with the wild medicinal plants used by rural population of Pune District, Maharashtra state. The ethno-botanical information was gathered from local inhabitants and Vaidus. The plants are collected, identified and all the specimens have been deposited in Herbarium of Balasaheb Jadhav, College. During this work, the authors gathered data on 134 species of locally available wild plants used in healing common diseases or ailments. The plants are arranged alphabetically, botanical name, vernacular name and known medicinal uses are given.

Author Biography

RAHANGDALE, S.S.1*, RAHANGDALE, S.R.2 AND KHUPAT, A.N.1

ASSESSMENT OF THERAPEUTIC USAGE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS OF PUNE DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA

RAHANGDALE, S.S.1*, RAHANGDALE, S.R.2 AND

KHUPAT, A.N.1

1DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, HON. B.J. ARTS, COMMERCE & SCIENCE COLLEGE, ALE, DIST. - PUNE. 412411.

2DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, A.W. ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE COLLEGE, OTUR, DIST. – PUNE - 412409.

Corresponding author’s e-mail:   savitarahangdale7@gmail.com

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Published
2018-04-01