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Sarma, H., A.K. Tripathi, S. Borah and D. Kumar, 2010. Updated estimates of wild edible and threatened plants of assam: A meta-analysis. Int. J. Botany, 6: 414-423.
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Seal, T., 2011. Determination of nutritive value, mineral contents and antioxidant activity of some wild edible plants from Meghalaya State, India. Asian J. Applied Sci., 4: 238-246.
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Seal, T., 2011. Nutritional Composition of Wild Edible Fruits in Meghalaya State of India and Their Ethno-botanical Importance Res. J. Bot., 6: 58-67.
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Seal, T., 2012. Evaluation of nutritional potential of wild edible plants, traditionally used by the tribal people of Meghalaya State in India. Am. J. Plant Nutr. Fertili. Technol., 2: 19-26.
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Seal, T., K. Chaudhuri and B. Pillai, 2014. Evaluation of proximate and mineral composition of wild edible leaves, traditionally used by the local people of Meghalaya state in India. Asian J. Plant Sci., 12: 171-175.
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