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Herbal and Medicinal Plants of India

Kiran Bhatt (Author) Aparna Raj (Author) D.K. Bhatt (Author)
Synopsis The present research study on Herbal and Medicinal Plants is based on a UGC Sponsored Program. In South-East Asia, specially in India medicinal plants have their own unique features. Some medicinal plants can cure diseases such as malaria and colds and some can cure wounds or skin diseases. We need to first collect the plants from the forest. The vegetable world comprises of three main groups of plants: Superior, Intermediary and Inferior. These encompass bacteria, microscopic algae, mushrooms, ferns, bushes and trees, among others. Various different species of herbal plants have been identified which are grown in abundance in certain regions. The medicinal uses of each of these have been identified.
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About the author

Aparna Raj

Dr. Aparna Raj is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. An MBA and Ph.D. from Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, she, has been in academics, research and training, for the last fifteen years. Dr. Aparna has been associated with various Management Institutes of repute during her career, viz. Department of Business Administration Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, Shri Ram Center for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, New Delhi, Northern Institute of Integrated Learning in Management, New Delhi, and Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad. Her areas of interest are, Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Training and Development, Quality Management and Industrial Relations. A prolific writer, she has to her credit two books and over two dozen research papers. Dr. Aparna has also conducted Training Programmes for various corporate houses, like, Group Usha, Shri Ram Fertilizers, Bureau of Indian Standards, Oriental Bank of Commerce etc.

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Title Herbal and Medicinal Plants of India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.10.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183291864
length viii+476p., Tables; Figures; Map.