3 edition of Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats, South India found in the catalog.
Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats, South India
V. S. Manickam
Bibliography: p. 48-51.
|Statement||V.S. Manickam, V. Irudayaraj.|
|LC Classifications||QK529.I4 M35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|ISBN 10||8170193222, 1555280994|
|LC Control Number||88904054|
From the Western Ghats there are' prominent offshoots like the Nilgiris. Similarly there are the Anaimalai, Palni hills and other south Indian hill ranges. While the rainy western sides of the Ghats have typical evergreen vegetation, their drier eastern slopes have . Discover the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu. When we think of the Western Ghats, we often think of Kerala or Karnataka, Maharashtra or Goa However many forget that some of the most popular hill stations and forests in Tamil Nadu are part of . Anamudi shola national park is a most beautiful and protected area sq km located along the Western Ghats in Idukki District, Kerala state, South park is a place with unique biodiversity dense evergreen forests,full greenery,mist,big trees,large ferns,bird’s rich wild life includes elephant, tiger, panther, indian. Tourists on a trip to Sringeri are recommended to explore the Sirimane Falls that is situated at a distance of 20 km from the town. There are a number of waterfalls located at the Western Ghats of Karnataka. However Sirimane Falls is considered as the smallest and yet one of the most beautiful waterfalls in South India.
The Western Ghats are home to four such species of ferns, one of which is found nowhere else in the world. "Tree ferns are a group of evolved ferns that can grow on trees.
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S Manickam. Conservation of endgangered ferns of Western Ghats through micro propagation/M. Johnson V.S. Manickam A. Benniamin and V. Irudayaraj. Phytogeographical analysis of pteridophytes from Western Ghats South India/A.
Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats Benniamin and V.S. Manickam. Threatened pteridophytes of India/C.R. Fraser Jenkins. Morphology phylogeny and evolution Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats South India () (with an addition and correction, Manickam and Iruadayaraj, ) and the outstandingly useful and major illustrated work, Manickam and Irudayaraj’s Pteridophyte Flora of the Western Ghats - South India ().
In a second project funded by European Jesuits, the Western Ghats wereAuthor: A Benniamin, Christopher R. Fraser-Jenkins. India, respectively. In Central Western Ghats, Karnataka region houses richest pteridophytic diversity. About 26 species of Pteridophytes are listed in the forests around Mudigere taluk, in Chikkamagaluru district of Central Western Ghats (Parashurama et al., ).
Apart from its aesthetic purpose, ferns are helpful to mankind in various ways. RARE AND ENDANGERED FERNS OF THE WESTERN GHATS OF SOUTH INDIA AM 's College, Palayamkottai, Tamil Nadu, India Key words: ferns, Western Ghats, India, forests, conservation ABSTRACT A general account of the ferns of the Western Ghats is given and reference made to e's records from South India.
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala -India Key words: apogamous, cytology, Nilgiris (south India), polyploidy, sexual. ABSTRACT Chromosomal analysis of eleven species (14 cytotypes) of ferns from the Nilgiris, south India has been made.
All the species, except for Adiantum raddianum have been cytologically investigated for the first. Title: The Flora of Khandala on the Western Ghats of India. Author: Santapu H Publisher: Scientific Publishers (). Title: Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats, South India.
Author: Manickam V.S, Irudayaraj V. Publisher: Today’s & Tomorrow’s Printers & Publishers (). Title: Families of Flowering Plants Author: Hickey, Michael.
Manickam V. and Irudayaraj V. (), Cytology of the ferns of Western Ghats (South India). Today and Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers, New Delhi. Manickam V. and Irudayaraj V. (), Pteridophyte Flora of the Western Ghats – South India.
Publications, New Delhi. Irudayaraj V, Bir SS, Manickam VS. Cytology of ferns from the Nilgiris, South India. Fern Gazette b; Vijayakanth P, Sahaya SS () Pyrrosia porosa (C.
Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats Hovenkamp – A New Diploid Cytotype of South India from Kolli Hills of Eastern Ghats, Tamil Nadu, India. Int J Plant Biol Res 5(1): Cite this article. Figure 1. Manickam V.S. Rare and endangered ferns of the Western Ghats of South India, Fern Gaz. Manickam V.S and Irudayaraj V.
Pteridophyte flora of Western Ghats of South India. ation, New Delhi. Khare P.B. Raza F. and Kaur S. Propagation of fern through spores Ind. Fern. 6: Fig. Book ID: ISBN / Conservation of endgangered ferns of Western Ghats through micro-propagation/M.
Johnson, V.S. Manickam, A. Benniamin and V. Irudayaraj. Phytogeographical analysis of pteridophytes from Western Ghats, South India/A. Benniamin and V.S. Manickam. Threatened pteridophytes of India/C.
Ghats. More than species of ferns and fern allies are reported from the Western Ghats, South India. Ferns show various economic values towards food and fodder indicators, biofertilizers, insect repellents, medicine and folk medicines.
The tree fern. Cyathea nilgirensis, which is endemic to South India, has analgesic and. Cytology of Some Ferns from the Nilgiris, South India III. Article. Jan ; ( m) and from Kodaikanal, Palni Hills (1, m) in the Western Ghats of south India along with the common. Cytology of ferns of the western Ghats, south India.
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(Balsaminaceae) of Western Ghats South India: The Key Genus for Endemism/Bhaskar PB ISBN; ” by Bhaskar Veeralinga. I had spoken to Dr. Veeralinga about it but by then the book was out of print. He informed me that he was working on a 2 nd edition, and that he would inform me when it was done.
India is a mega biodiversity country with ab species of vascular plants. More than species of fern and fern- allies have been reported from India. Within India, the Western Ghats, one of the hotspots of the world, possess a large extent of biodiversity.
Besides the economic values, a large number of them are cultivated for their ornamental value either in indoors of the houses. from India of which about 9 species are found in South India  whereas Beddome  had collected 5 species from south India.
Benniamin  has collected about 11 species from Western Ghats of India. The species Tectaria zeilanica was first reported by Beddome  from Tirunelveli and Travancore hills upto 2, feet elevation. Dr Shivarama Karantha Pilikula Nisarga Dhama (DSKPND) has submitted a final technical report to Karnataka State Biodiversity Board on the vegetation in the Western Ghats.
As part of the study, the. 44 threatened ferns are facing extinction and the conservation of these species is a major concern of biologists3. The establishment of plantations of cash crops like cardamom, coffee, rubber and tea is the main reason for the destruction of the evergreen forests and consequent demise of the ferns in the Western Ghats.
Sledge, Dryopteridaceae: a rare species of the Western Ghats, south India. Indian Fern J ; 20():  Sukumaran S, Jeeva S, Raj ADS, Laloo RC.
Rediscovery of Tectaria zeilanica (Tectarioideae)-a rare fern from Vilavancode sacred grove, southern Western Ghats, India. Indian J For ; 30(3): . Indian researchers have discovered the world’s smallest land fern hiding in the Ahwa forests of the Western Ghats in Gujarat’s Dang district.
According to a recent study in Scientific Reports, an international journal that publishes multidisciplinary research, the fingernail-sized fern belongs to a group known as the adder’s-tongue ferns.
flora of Palni Hills, South India () are significant contributions to Ferns of south India. Manickam and Irudayaraj () published the cytology of the ferns of the Western Ghats, with the cytological information about ferns of South India. Pteridophyte flora of Western Ghats, South India by them () gives illustrations and.
India is home to nearly 14 species of Ophioglossum of which majority of the species were reported from the Western Ghats.
“The diversity of ferns in India appears to be well documented. However, many new species of ferns have been discovered in recent years, which highlights the need for more dedicated surveys across the country especially in. Cytology of Ferns and other Pteridophytes of Western India.
Proc Indian Nat Sci Acad B47 (2): . Singh V P & Roy S K (). Cytology of forty four from Sikkim Himalayas Indian Fern J 5: . Sankari – Ammal L. Studies on the cytology and spore morphology of ferns PhD Thesis University of Kerala, Trivandrum, India.
Follow V. Manickam and explore their bibliography from 's V. Manickam Author Page. The butterfly fauna of the Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot in peninsular India, is unique because it is diverse and yet exhibits low levels of endemism. The butterfly assemblage in the Western Ghats contains both Oriental and African elements which have dispersed to give rise to the unique community.
Department of Botany, St. Andrews College (PG), Gorakhpur, UP, India *Corresponding author ABSTRACT Introduction The genus Ceratopteris is represented by 1 species in India (Dixit, ), 1 from South India (Manickam and Irudayaraj, ), 1 from Western Himalaya (Khullar, ), 1 from Assam (Borthakur, ) and in Uttar.
Here, in the crisp, cool air of the Western Ghats you will see a lot of wildlife and observe the way of life of simple mountain people. Periyar Tiger Reserve is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India, and spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks.
Cytology of thirty species of ferns from Palni ills (South India). Cytologia ;  Irudayaraj, Manickam VS. SOCGI plant chromosome number report-IV. J Cytol Genet ;  Abraham A, Ninan CA, Mathew PM. Studies on the cytology and phylogeny of pteridophytes VII. Observations on one hundred species of South Indian.
Abstract. The pteridophyte Hymenophyllum javanicum, earlier known to occur only in the Himalayas in the north and the Western Ghats in the south India, has been discovered in Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, Madhya species is an addition to the pteridophytic flora of central India.
A detailed description with a distribution map, illustration and a photographic plate is provided. This book is the result of extensive field studies done by the authors in the dense and deep evergreen forests of the Western Ghats of Southern India.
Well-illustrated detailed accounts of 28 South Indian filmy ferns are provided in this book with updated nomenclature (6 new.
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. These Ghats act as a barrier for the rain-laden south-west monsoon winds, thus, making the Western Ghats the main watershed of Peninsular India. It. Manickam VS, Irudayaraj V.
Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats, South India. New Delhi: Today and Tomorrow printers and publishers; Cytology of thirty species of ferns from Palni ills (South India) Cytologia.
; – Irudayaraj, Manickam VS. SOCGI plant chromosome number report-IV. Buy Forest Trees of South India (): NHBS - SG Neginhal, Notion Press. Microbial diversity of Western Ghats is an immense source of potent microorganisms that could be potentially exploited for various industrial and medicinal applications.
Selvam et al25 collected 56 samples of wood rot fungi from Western Ghats area of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka in South India and screened for their ligninolytic activity.
The western ghat mountain range is itself a major attraction in India along with high hills, deep valleys, mountain, grassland, dense and rain forest. I am also running a website () which provides the best packages of western ghats and near by places. Abstract.
The riparian fern Diplazium esculentum is nutritionally and medicinally valuable in the ethnic population of the Western Ghats of India. Fiddle heads of this fern are nutraceutically versatile and consumed similar to other leafy vegetables.
The present study has addressed biologically active compounds (total phenolics, tannins, flavonoids, vitamin C, phytic acid, L-DOPA, trypsin. Pteridophyte Flora of the Western Ghats- South India, BI Publications, New Delhi, India, ;  A Abraham, CA Ninan, PM Matthew.
Journal of Indian Botanical Society ;  VS Manickam, V Irudayaraj. Cytology of ferns of the Western Ghats, South India, Today and Tomorrow printers and publishers, New Delhi, India. 3. Results. A total of six different bands in five different positions with different molecular weight/Rf values and four active zones have been observed in the isoperoxidase enzyme system of Sphaerostephanos (Figure 1).Only one band was observed in zone three PRX3 1 () and it was restricted to S.
four expressed with two bands in one position PRX4 1 () and jointly.Ferns of South India and Ferns of British India. Today and Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, New Delhi.
Chandra, S. and S. Kaur. Nomenclature of Indian ferns. Indian Fern J. Chattopadhyay, S. A preliminary report on the ecology and fern flora of Purulia District, West Bengal. Flora and Fauna 4: Ching, R.C.