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Informative Article | Herbal Medicine | India | Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016
Conservation of Rare and Endangered Plant Species for Medicinal Use
Abstract: The special signicance of medicinal plants in conservation stems from the major cultural, livelihood or economic roles that they play in many peoples lives. Uses of Medicinal Plants as a traditional medicine are followed by around 80 % peoples in the world. This is nowhere more so than in those remoter parts of the world where cultural and biological diversity tend to be most concentrated, and where medicinal plants can assume high importance in cultures and for livelihoods. India is marked as mega biodiversity regions over the world. Conservation and developing agro technologies on rare and endangered medicinal plant generate employment opportunity and income to farmer.
Keywords: Conservation, Medicinal, Rare and Endangered species
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016,
Pages: 1370 - 1372