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Title: Ethnoveterinary medicines used by tribals of Tadgarh-Raoli wildlife sanctuary, Rajasthan, India
Authors: Galav, Praveen
Jain, Anita
Katewa, S S
Keywords: Ethnoveterinary;tribals Bhil;Meena, Garasia;Tadgarh–Raoli wildlife sanctuary Rajasthan
Issue Date: Jan-2013
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
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Int. Cl.8: A61D, A61K, A61K 36/00, A01D 15/00, A01D 6/00, A01D 7/00, A01D 20/00, A01D 13/00, A01D 12/00, A01D 11/00

Abstract: Extensive ethnoveterinary survey was carried out during the 2006–2009 to document the precious indigenous healthcare practices prevalent among the different ethnic groups (Bhil, Meena, Garasia, etc.) of Tadgarh–Raoli wildlife sanctuary. Ethnoveterinary surveys of the study area revealed veterinary uses of 54 plants belonging to 34 families of Angiosperms. Euphorbiaceae is the dominant family with a number of 6 species used in veterinary medicines. The identified taxa are described by mentioning their families, vernacular names, ethnoveterinary medicinal uses along with mode of administration.
Page(s): 56-61
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJTK Vol.12(1) [January 2013]

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