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Dr. K. K. Sabu
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Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
Table of Contents
|Ethnobotanical plants of Veligonda Hills, Southern Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh, India|
|S K M Bhasha, P Siva Kumar Reddy||1-11|
|Molecular characterization of two AP2/ERF transcription factor genes from Egyptian tomato cultivar (Edkawy)|
|Kareem Mosa, Eslam Heb El-din, Ahmed Ismail, Fawzy El- Feky, Ali El-Refy||12-20|
|In vitro conservation protocol of Ceropegia bulbosa: An important medicinal and threatened plant species of Western Rajasthan|
|Amelioration of salinity stress by NaCl pretreatment with reference to sugar metabolism in legumes Cajanas cajan L. and Vigna mungo L.|
|Paramita Chatterjee, Sabarni Biswas, Asok Kumar Biswas||28-40|
|Bryophyte diversity of Thamarassery pass (Wayanad pass) in the Western Ghats of Kerala|
|Mithun Venugopal, Manju C Nair||41-48|
|Checklist of Mosses (Bryophyta) of Bodamalai Hills in Eastern Ghats, Tamil Nadu|
|R Palani, S Sahaya Sathish, T Thamizharasi, P Vijayakanth||49-54|