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Volume 142, Issue 6, June 2016

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Table of Contents


Defining Forest for Conservation and Socio-Economic Development of India
S. P. Vasudeva 517-523
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Recent Advances in Understanding the Role of Growth Regulators in Plant Growth and Development in Vitro - II. Non-Conventional Growth Regulators
Rajwant K. Kalia, Rohtas Singh, Sanjay Kalia, S. K. Sharma, suresh Kumar 524-535
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Case Study from Israel-Augmenting Bee Flora to Sustain Honey Production
Madhav Gogate 536-541
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Nursery Management Information System:An Efficient Tool for Nursery Management
P. Ratha Krishnan, Kirtesh Dudawat 542-546
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Drought Induced Morphological and Biochemical Responses in Casuarina equisetifolia Clones
Rekha R. Warrier, M. Bala Iyeswarya, M. Marians Paul 547-557
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Genetic Fidelity Testing in Micropropagated Plantlets of Albizia procera (Roxb.) Using Rapd and Issr Markers
Naseer Mohammad, Vivek Vaishnaw, Jayprakash Mishra, Shashank Mahesh, Pramod Kumar, Shamim Akhtar Ansari 558-562
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Biomass Accumulation and Carbon Storage in Six-Year-Old Citrus reticulata Blanco.Plantation
Lal Chand Mehta, Jitendra Singh, P. S. Chauhan, Bhim Singh, R. K. Manhas 563-568
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Identification of best Fit Models for Fuelwood Consumption in Foothills of Western Himalayas
Tahir Mushtaq, Mir Awsaf Ahmad, Rakesh Banyal 569-573
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Comparative Study of Fuelwood Consumption by Semi-Nomadic Pastoral Community and Adjacent Villagers around Corbett Tiger Reserve, India
Aatif Hussain, A. K. Negi, Rahul Kumar Singh, Showket Aziem, Kaiser Iqbal, Nazir A. Pala 574-581
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The Effect of Forest Management on Stand Structure and Tree Diversity in the Sal (Shorea robusta) Forest of Nepal
S. Ranabhat, L. Fehrman, R. Malla 582-589
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Current Status of the Genus Bryum Hedw.In Central India
Pooja Bansal, Virendra Nath 590-594
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Traditional Edible Bamboo Products and their Impact on Livelihood of Tribal Village Community of Wokha District, Nagaland
Nzilo Kithan, Sandhya Goswami, Sas Biswas 595-600
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Pest Status of Gall Making Insect, Leptocybe invasa Fisher & Lasalle, in Nurseries and Plantations of Eucalyptus in Madhya Pradesh
N. Roychoudhury, Subhash Chandra, Ram Bhajan Singh 601-606
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Ethnomedicinal Uses of Medicinal Plants Used by Tribes of Valparai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Kothandapani Chanthru, Rajkumar Gomathi, Sellamuthu Manian 607-612
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Research Notes

Smithia setulosa Dalzell (Fabaceae)-A New Record for Central India
Arjun Prasad Tiwari, A. N. Shukla 613-614
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Flavobathelium epiphyllum:A New Addition to the Foliicolous Lichen Flora of India
Shravan Kumar Subramanya, Y. L. Krishnamurthy 615-616
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Short Note

Storage Practice of Saraca asoca Seeds
T. M. Prajith, C. Anilkumar 617-618
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Forest Notes And Observations

From The Indian Forester- One Hundred Years Ago

A Method of Marking in Enumerations
F. Canning 623-623
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System of Sale of Standing Trees in Kanara Forests, Bombay Presidency
E. M. Hodgson 623-623
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