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ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS OF GOVERNMENT WOMEN’S DEGREE COLLEGE CAMPUS, KARIMNAGAR, TELANGANA, INDIA

P. Saritha* and Dr. U. Antitha Dev

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Medicinal plants have been a main source of therapeutic agents from the ancient time to cure various diseases. They have been utilized worldwide due to their immense potential for protection against various diseases. Conservation and documentation of medicinal plants is important for the benefit of human health. The main aim of the present study is to focus on the diversity of plants for further utility and conservation. The present investigation is with regard to the diversity of medicinal plants growing at the campus of Government Women's Degree College, Karimnagar, Telangana, India. This college is a top most college in Telangana state with many academic achievements. It is not only remarkable with its pride but also with the preservation of rare species of medicinal plants, which have a significance benefits to cure different kinds of diseases. We are putting our efforts to preserve indigenous knowledge of our local medicinal flora and frequently conducting scientific exhibitions at the campus for creating awareness among people about the benefits of medicinal plants. The present investigation explored and identified 57 species of medicinal plants taxa recorded which are angiosperm families. Euphorbiaceae are the dominant family with 9 species, followed by Amaranthaceae 5, Fabaceae 4 and Caesalpiniaceae 3 species. Dominant species are Leucenia leucocephala, Azadiracta indica, pedilanthus, Duranta. Plant habit-wise, the herbs dominant (22 species), followed by trees (19), shrubs (14), and climbers (3) as source of medicines.

Keywords: Ethnomedicinalplants, Ethnobotany, Diversity, Campus, Flora, Women’s Degree college, Karimnagar, Telangana.


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