Tree-borne Oilseeds Species
Standardized Nursery Technique of Albizia procera (Roxb.) Benth.
Compendium on Pongamia pinnata
An intro Tree Borne oil Seeds
Biodiversity Cause and Pattern (In foothills of Eastern Himalayas)
Tree species diversity in Community Forestry in mid-hills of Nepal
Standardized Nursery Technique of Albizia lebbeck (L.)Benth.
Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #26: Pandas and Other Endangered Species
Phytoremediation ability of tree species for heavy metals absorption
Tree Detcetion and Species Identification
Tree species Diversity in Srikakulam and Vizianagaram of A.P.,India
Tree species diversity in smallholder coffee farms of Western Ethiopia
Bovine Anaplasma and Ehrlichia species in Uganda
Biomass and Carbon allocation of tree species in Kashmir valley
Thermochemical And Fuel Characteristics Of MultiPurpose Tree species
Biodiversity has attracted the attention of people in general and scientist community in particular because of increasing awareness of its importance on the one hand and the anticipated massive reduction on the other hand. Thus, in today’s context of population explosion coupled with pollution, environmental degradation and climate change, the main concern is protection and production of bio-resources world-wide.The Earth Summit of 1992 particularly laid stress on the integration, conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.The prerequisite for this is to identify and quantify the biodiversity. The present volume deals with the cause, consequence and pattern of phyto-diversity of a sub-humid tropical forest ecosystem in foot hills of Indian Eastern Himalayas along with a comprehensive review of works related to above topic.The present volume is a doctoral work of the first author Gopal Shukla submitted to Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya(UBKV),Cooch Behar West Bengal (India)under the guidance of the second author Dr Sumit Chakravarty Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, UBKV Cooch Behar.Presently Dr Shukla working as Research Associate at ICAR Research centre Ranchi.