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Articles by J.N. De
Total Records ( 2 ) for J.N. De
  Abhijit Dey and J.N. De
  Rauvolfia serpentina (L). Benth. ex Kurz. (Apocynaceae) has long being used in India for the treatment of snakebites and mental illness. It also controls hypertension and reduces blood pressure. The present review deals with the enormous amount of studies undertaken in different aspects of this plant in the areas of tissue culture, phytochemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology, chromosomal constituents, morpho-taxonomy, medicine and ethnobotany.
  Abhijit Dey and J.N. De
  The westernmost district of West Bengal, Purulia is inhabited by a large number of tribals. A study on the ethnoveterinary practices of medicinal plants was carried out in this area. Through questionnaire, personal interviews and conversation, a total number of 25 plant species used by the aboriginals were enumerated. The major ethnic groups present in the studied area include Santhali, Bhumijs, Mundas, Oraon, Birhor, Mal Pahariya, Kharia and Ho. During the investigation, a well developed system of ethnoveterinary practices was found among these tribals.
 
 
 
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