The goal of this study is to contribute to a better knowledge of certain species providing Non Woody Forest Products (NWFP) in the Centre East of Burkina Faso. This study aims to determine the state of the resources in Vitellaria paradoxa, Balanites aegyptiaca, Tamarindus indica and Lannea microcarpa. For this purpose, an inventory of the vegetation was carried out in circular pieces of land of 1250 m2, as a sample of the zone of work, based on the chart of occupation of the grounds. We are identified 158 species comprising 90 genera and 47 families. Those species represent more than 90% of the trees from which various parts are used in food, traditional pharmacopeia and the craft industry. We also showed that because of the strong anthropisation of the zone, the bad pedoclimatic conditions and the permanent bush fires, the regeneration and growth of Vitellaria paradoxa, Balanites aegyptiaca, Tamarindus indica and Lannea microcarpa are disturbed.
J.M.K. Ky, C. Gnoula, P. Zerbo, J. Simpore, J.B. Nikiema, A. Canini and J. Millogo-Rasolodimby, 2009. Study of Floristic Diversity and the Structural Dynamics of Some Species Providers of Non Woody Forest Products in the Vegetable Formations of the Centre East of Burkina Faso. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 12: 1004-1011.