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Ethnobotanical Studies of Ayubia National Park District Abbottabad, Pakistan



S.Aneel Gilani , Rizwana A. Qureshi and Umer Parooq
 
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The ethnobotnical data of total 26 plant species belonging to 24 families was collected from the local people of the Ayubia National Park. A complete list of the plants is given with their name, family and ethnobotanical use which is very helpful for finding the status of the flora of the National Park with the interrelationship between the people and plants of the area.

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S.Aneel Gilani , Rizwana A. Qureshi and Umer Parooq , 2001. Ethnobotanical Studies of Ayubia National Park District Abbottabad, Pakistan. Journal of Biological Sciences, 1: 284-286.

DOI: 10.3923/jbs.2001.284.286

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jbs.2001.284.286

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