Sidanand Kambhar - Documentation of flowering plants in Karnataka state womens university campus Bijapur Karnataka

Project Report from the year 2014 in the subject African Studies, grade: 2, Kuvempu University, language: English, abstract: Bijapur is the land of an ancient city. During the period of Chalukya's of Kalyani it was known as Vijayapura (City of victory). The Bijapur district has an area of 10,541 km2. The district is found in association with barren rocky/stony wastes within notified forest boundaries with scrubs. The present botanical survey resulted in to 257 flowering plant species, (including cultivars) under 219 genera and 68 families. Among the total number of species, the leading families found in the campus are Poaceae, Fabaceae, Caesalpiniaceae. Among these, Salvia aegyptica L. is very rarely distributed and only confined to Bijapur district. Beside this, Indigofera hochstetteri Baker, was relocated in the campus. The floristic diversity information provides complete picture of different species available in various seasons and associated faunal diversity. Field observations indicated that the present study area is devoid of tall or big trees due to barren rocky/stony wastes land. Furthermore, based on present survey we are recommended that more number of tree/shrub species must be planted and it should be proper monitoring in future by concerned authorities.

ISBN 9783656840985
VERSCHENEN 13-03-2016
DRUK 1e druk
UITVOERING Zachte kaft
TAAL Engels
Levertijd: ongeveer 4-6 werkdagen

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