Flora of eastern Karnataka

by Singh, N. P.

Publisher: Mittal Publications in Delhi, India

Written in English
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Indian Institute of Science houses a herbarium of a fairly large number of specimens of native and naturalized plants collected by many taxonomists and researchers from India and abroad.

This herbarium is recognized internationally by the acronym ‘JCB’. The collection consists of more t specimens of vascular plants, and Lichens. The work started with digitising Flora of eastern Karnataka book flora of Karnataka, but was later expanded to cover other states, through which the Western and Eastern Ghats run.

The team spent four years to collect, process and upload the information. For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group.

Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc. along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora.

A digital herbarium for the flora of Karnataka. International Book Distributors, Dehra Dun, Flora of Eastern Karnataka, Mittal Publications, New Delhi,vols 1–2. Karnataka (ISO: Karnāṭaka, Kannada pronunciation: [kɐnaːʈɐka]) is a state in the south western region of was formed on 1 Novemberwith the passage of the States Reorganisation ally known as the State of Mysore, it was renamed Karnataka in The state corresponds to the Carnatic capital and largest city is l and largest city: Bangalore.

The state of Karnataka in South India has a rich diversity of flora and fauna. It has a recorded forest area of km 2 which constitutes % of the total geographical area of the state. These forests support 25% of the elephant population and 20% of the tiger population of India.

Many regions of Karnataka are still unexplored and new species of flora and fauna are still found. Karnataka is a land of diverse flora and fauna. About % of Karnataka’s geographical area is covered under forests. The state is home to a large variety of fauna.

Many of the fauna species found in the state are recognized as endangered : Madur. This book, “Photo Guide to Selected Medicinal Plants of Karnataka”, is an attempt to make the readers identify the common medicinal plants in Karnataka state.

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Flora and fauna of Karnataka are representatives of the rich biodiversity in the state. Wildlife in Karnataka is preserved in the protected areas of the state like national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and bird are 5 national parks and 30 sanctuaries in Karnataka.

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Book on Eastern Ghats unveiled Mr. Ramesh said state governments have to play an important role in preserving flora and fauna as there is pressure from the builders’ lobby, mining lobby.

I wasn’t much of a reader until recently. However, I am aware about a few books on Karnataka’s history. * A Concise History of Karnataka by Suryanath Kamath * A History of South India: From Prehistoric Times to the Fall of Vijayanagar by K A Nilak. About this book. First detailed floristic account of Anshi National park (ANP) of Karnataka State which is a part of recently declared Dandeli Anshi Tiger Reserve (DATR) situated at southern end of.

The information has been published in the Flora of Karnataka Vols. I & II.-(Publication inconclusive). The database of native and naturalized vascular plants of Karnataka State (The database and information initiative presented here is an attempt to collate information on the plant wealth of Karnataka including that is available in.

Volume 1 of Materials for the Flora of Arunachal Pradesh, Botanical Survey of India Contributors P. Hajra, D. Verma, G.

Giri, Botanical Survey of India. Jun - Sanctuariesindia: Here you can get information about Flora and Fauna of Karnataka, India. See more ideas about Karnataka, Flora and fauna and India pins. ‘Flora of Karnataka’ was the first ever state-wide floristic initiative carried out between to under the stewardship of Dr.

Cecil J. Saldanha. Further, the information deriving from this state-wide collection was compiled into publications, ‘Flora of Hassan District’ and ‘Flora of Karnataka’ Vol.

Flora. The vegetation in Nagarhole reflects the distribution of rainfall over the park. The eastern parts of the park receive less rainfall with a gradual increase to the middle and western parts of the park. The two broad forest types that dominate the park are the moist-deciduous, where the annual rainfall exceeds mm and dry-deciduous.

Eastern Ghats. The Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains that run in a north-south alignment more or less east of the Deccan plateau and pass through Odisha state in the north and Telangana-Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu state in the south, traversing some parts of Karnataka state, namely, Bellary, Kolar and Chamarajnagar districts.

Tea, trains & relics from the Raj: exploring India’s Western Ghats. India’s second-highest mountain range is an untamed natural world of Jungle Book dreams, rich in unique, endemic flora and fauna, Karnataka’s sq-km Nagarhole National Park, west of Mysuru. This app provides Free Karnataka State Syllabus School Textbooks from Karnataka Textbook Society Textbooks on-line which provides easy online access to all our textbooks by hosting these on our website.

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The flora of Karnataka includes the white Mallika, the golden Champaka, the red rose, and the purple Padari. Mysore has always been famous for its mangoes.

The native varieties of mangoes are both juicy and delicious. Alphonso variety was perhaps introduced by the Portuguese. Karnataka consists of 3 regions­ 1.

Coastal Zone, 2. The Western Ghats, 3. The Eastern Plains. Coastal Zone Karnataka coastline extends over a length of kilometers with numerous river mouths, lagoons, bays, creeks, cliffs, sand dunes and long beaches. Karnataka has no major delta formations. Karnataka is spread across a geographical area ofsquare km (74, sq.

mi). The recorded forest area of Karnataka is 43, sq. km, as per the annual report of the state’s Forest Department for the year Karnataka’s forest area is about % of the state’s geographical area.

It accounts for around % of. medicinal plants from the whole of Tumkur district. Singh (). reported species in his Flora of Eastern Karnataka. Kushalappa ().

has been reported that the district has plant species of which species were known for their medicinal : Lakshmana, Sreenath Kp. The western side of the Western Ghats is on the threshold of southwest monsoon and receives a rainfall of – cm, and the eastern side lies in the rain-shadow area of the Peninsula.

The main types of soils met with in the Western Ghats are red soils, laterites, black soils and humid by: ‘Flora of Karnataka’ was the first ever state-wide floristic initiative carried out between to under the stewardship of Dr.

Cecil J. Saldanha. Further, the information deriving from this state-wide collection was compiled into publications, ‘Flora of Hassan District’ and ‘Flora of Karnataka’ Vol. I and II dealing withFile Size: 1MB. Flora and fauna. Karnataka is known for its wealth of flora and fauna.

Around 25% of India's elephants and 10% of its tigers are in Karnataka. Many regions in Karnataka are as yet unexplored, leading to new discoveries of flora and fauna. The Western Ghats teem with wildlife and are an acknowledged bio diversity hotspot.

Talk. About this book. Language: English. This book on the flora of Tumkur District, Karnataka, reports taxa including 26 infra-specific taxa falling under genera and families, encompassing 13 fern and 1 gymnosperm families.This book gives a complete overview of the entire history of Karnataka.

It covers all the time periods and discusses the ancient, the medieval, and the modern history of Karnataka. It has covered all the empires that have ruled Karnataka and discusses about the freedom struggle in Karnataka and the Karnataka Ekikarana movement/5.Title of the thesis: ‘Flora of Eastern Karnataka’.

Ph.D. awarded by the Pune University in Email: [email protected] 7. A.K. Goel Title of the thesis: ‘Herbaceous flora of Tehri district (Garhwal)’.

Ph.D. awarded by the Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar Author: S. Bandyopadhyay, Avishek Bhattacharjee, P. Lakshminarashimhan.