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Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation in the Landscape

O.P. Chaubey (Editor) Ram Prakash (Editor)

For enhancing longevity and germination/Archana Sharma.... India's forests were rich in many timber and non-timber yielding species making the natural ecosystem dynamic not only ecologically but also socio-economically. They supplied lot of materials as Non Wood Forest Products (NWFP) such as fuel wood, bamboo, grasses edible fruits, rhizomes bulbils shoots and leaves as well as in the form of most valuable medicinal and aromatic plants. The local population derived sustained livelihood from collection and consumption or by sale. Gradually, due to unscientific practices, these species have either disappeared altogehter or have depleted precariously impacting the livelihood of the local people. The life cycle of tropical species is closely interlinked facilitative numerous biotic interactions in the form of pollination seed germination seedling establishment and symbiotic association. Often it is seldom appreciated that disappearance of associated species in the canopy or in the ground flora may have ecological ramifications as well.

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Title Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation in the Landscape
Format Hardcover
Date published: 13.08.2013
Edition 1st.ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179104273, 9788179104279
length xii+236p., Illustrations; 25cm.