1. In situ conservation is on site conservation or the conservation of genetic resources in natural population of plant or animal species such as forest genetic resources in natural population of tree species. National Indigenous Seed Festival 2019 started at the main auditorium of the Central Agricultural University, Iroishemba today. Depending on the altitude of hill ranges, the climatic condition varies from tropical to sub-alpine. 61. Other significant contributions on ethno-medicinal studies of Manipur were observed during recent time [7,8,9]. Hedychium wardii (Family: Zingiberaceae) Bot., 6(3): 1985:699-703). Elatostema ciliatum (Family: Urticaceae) For defence, a shield is mostly used. Family Acanthaceae, Edible parts leaves as vegetables); Heikak/yelli (Trapa bispinosa Roxb. Vegetables should be dried on clean firm surfaces like black plastics, etc, raised from the ground to improve hygiene and drying efficiency. Some of these communities also used wild plants in their own traditional way (J. Eco. The paper is an attempt to survey and understand the various ethnobotanical plants used by the Maring tribe of Manipur as medicines in the treatment of various ailments and diseases. one in Churachandpur district (Charoi Khulen), ten in Senapati district (Dolang Khunou, Nungsai, Bungte Khullen, Lower Bungte, Sadu Chiru, Thangjing Chiru, Kangchup Chiru, Waithou, Uran. ), Heimang (Rhus semialata), Heining (Spondias pinnata Kurz), Heibi (Meyna laxiflora Robyns), Heibong (Garcinia Peduculata Roxb), Heitup (Pyrus indica Wall), Heirang khoi (Amoora rohituka), Gihori (Phyllanthus … Manipur has a rich genepool of primitive cultivars and land races. ISSN 0256 – 971X; Mohilal, N. and Dhanachand, Ch. 30. Musa itinerans (Family: Musaceae) Impatiens teneriflora (Family: Balsaminaceae) Ilex khasiana (Family: Aquifoliaceae) The magnitude of post-harvest losses in fresh fruits and vegetables is estimated 5 to 25% in developed countries and 20-50%in developing countries depending upon commodity (Rader, 2000). Gleadovia banerjiana (Family: Orobancaceae) 14. 67. Family Dioscoreaceae); Loklei (Hedychium coronarium Koen. So far, about 1200 medicinal plants have been reported by S.C. Sinha (1996) and local medicinal user about 430 species and animals including birds, fisher, insects, etc. Actinodaphne obovata (Family: Lauraceae) 4. Such stratagies include establishment of botanical gardens and other conservation stands like gene bank, seed bank, seedling bank, tissue culture bank, cryopreservation (preservation at very low temperature -1960 C in liquid nitrogen), etc. Change ), Contribute photographs of plants to Flora of Manipur. Family Rubiaceae); Heimang (Rhus semialata Murr. Agapetes lobbii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 5. Th. Dalbergia wattii (Family: Fabaceae) 9. This page is a picture collection of exotic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown in Manipur first report on the Zou tribe in Manipur. Family Geraniaceae); Yongchak (Parkia roxburghii G-Don Family Leguminosae); Mojam hei (Tetrastigma muricatum Planch. 10. In-vitro test revealed, Storing fruits is a skill work having whether storing fruits for sale at the market or eat at home. Generally grown wild in the wetlands of valley areas particularly in Loktak lake catchments. 39. long stretch of land with 13. Rosa clinophylla (Family: Rosaceae) Email: neceer.imp@gmail.com, Promote and encourage plantation of indigenous tree species. Manipur, being a part of the Indo-Myanmar biodiversity hotspot, is a major source for a wide variety of plants and rice varieties which can be grown in other parts. Family Leguminosae); Heijang (Citrus mediea Linn. Clematis wattii (Family: Ranunculaceae) Through the conservation of biodiversity and the survival of many species and habitats which are threatened due to human activities can be ensured. Family Malvaceae) can be preserved in the dry form and can regain its taste when cooked after proper soaking in the water. Lilha maton (Piperomia pellucida Linn. 1.6K likes. Processing Asystasia pusilla … PDF. Piper lainatakanum (Family: Piperaceae) 38. (PG) Imphal, Manipur, India. Elizabeth Yambem launched Manipur-based Dweller Teas in 2017, and offers organic teas made with indigenous herbs, plants, and fruits. 23. Parts Used :Fruit, Rhizome. 71. 2. Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 7. Scientists identified plants like Gynura cusimbua, Hedyotis scandens, Mussaenda glabra and Schima wallichii whose medicinal usage are reported for … Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. ** Department of Botany, D. M .College of Sc. 17. Of 45,000 reported plant species of India, 13,500 are found in this tiny state alone, out of which 7000 are endemic. Impatiens gibbisepala (Family: Balsaminaceae) 74. 40. Res. Fruits are most obvious products of indigenous fruit trees. Remembering Jesus- A lonely 'Carpenter'.. 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Aconitum elwesii (Family: Ranunculaceae) 2. Thang Ta is a martial art form of Manipur, existing since time immemorial. Hussain, W. 2006. 8. In situ conservation is done by declaring an area as protected e.g. Ilex wattii (Family: Aquifoliaceae) All Manipur Trained Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Promoters Consortium, the main organiser of the seeds festival, currently maintains more than 100 traditional rice varieties in the state. ISSN 0972 – 1657. All Manipur trained Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Promoters Consortium is organising the three-day festival with technical support from the Bharat Beej Swaraj Manch (India Seed Sovereignty Alliance). Ethno Medicinal Plants of Manipur North-East India is the first of its kind to document the detailed information on the ethno-medicinal uses of 514 plant species used for various ailments in the rural areas from time immemorial by the different ethnic communities of the Thoubal District of Manipur, North-East India. Justicia anfractuosa (Family: Acanthaceae) The present work was based on the methodical field survey conducted during the year 2007 and 2009. 52. Kadsura wattii (Family: Schizandraceae) Loktak lake with an area of 26,600 ha is a wetland of international importance, which has been designated as a Ramsar site on Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) Family Euphorbiaceae); Nobab (Citrus decumana Linn Family Rutaceae); Heireet (Ficus cunia Ham Family Moraceae); Heijugak (Juglans regia Linn Family Juglandaceae); So far, about 1200 medicinal plants have been reported by S.C. Sinha (1996) and local medicinal user about 430 species and animals including birds, fisher, insects, etc. Impatiens spissiflora (Family: Balsaminaceae) 63. Ex situ conservation is the preservation of components of biological diversity outside their natural habitats. Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. Dhanapati Devi L. (1995, 1998). Chengkruk (Amaranthus tristis L. Family Amaranthaceae, edible parts – leaves as vegetables); Tejpat (Cinnamomum tamata Nees. Manipuri dance. Stem, tuber and rhizome edible plants and III. Synotis rhabdos (Family: Asteraceae) Fruit and seed edible plants : It includes Heirikothong (Artocarpus takoocha Roxb. October 12: On Saturday, the National Indigenous Seed Festival commenced at the Central Agricultural University (CAU) campus in Manipur. (1998). Family Nymphaeceae edible parts – singju/salad); Yendang (Cycas pectinata Griff. 70. 5 talking about this. J. Nat. Sirui lily (Lilium macklini) in Ukhrul district, Manipur. Ujala Devi **and E.J Singh * Institutional Biotech Hub, Presidency College, Motbung, Senapati District, Manipur,India. There are enormous genepool of rice (269 varieties), maize and coix etc. Prod. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. The reason being no study have ever been made in this area on them. Dr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1995) Flok Lore on the use of indigenous plants and animals in Manipur, volume-1; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland;Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur 55. The art is associated with swords and spears. Vernonia clivorum (Family: Asteraceae) Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 7. = T. nutans Linn Family Trapaceae); Heibi (Vanguirea spinosa Roxb. Family Scitamineae); Koukha (Sagitaria sagitifolia Linn. Epipremnum meeboldii (Family: Araceae) The process of adding value to fruits is important for a number of reasons. Spodiopogon lacei (Family: Poaceae) According to the recent survey conducted by the Remote Sensing Application Centre, Govt. Eleven indigenous plant species of Manipur viz., Mariandra benghalensis, Millettia pachycarpa, Allium hookerii, Flogacanthus thyrsifl orus, Solanum incanum, Tithonia diversifolia, Goniothalamus sesquipedalis, Solanum surattense, Artemisia nilagarica, Ocimum canum and Zanthozylum acanthopodium which has been used as local medicine and spices were collected from fi ve district of Manipur … Family Piperaceae, edible parts – twigs as vegetables); Komprek (Telanthera phyllazeroides Family Amaranthaceae, edible parts – all parts except root as salad); etc. The Meities, the indigenous inhabitants of Manipur, have traditional designs, several of whose origin is traced back to intriguing legends. 44. 29. Family Portukcaceae, edible parts – young twigs); Nongmangkha (Adhatoda vasica Nees. 6. Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. Elaeagnus loureirii (Family: Elaeagnaceae) Swertia wattii (Family: Gentianaceae) Endemic Plants species of Manipur. Ebook also available in docx and mobi. Preservation : The natural value of indigenous vegetables is highest when they are fresh and has been reported to be superior to exotic vegetables like cabbage (Chweya, 1997) on a per weight basis. ( Log Out /  Family Scitaminaceae); Pulei (Alpinia allughas Rosc. indigenous communities for nutritive and therapeutic purposes. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. In accordance with the World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions (WGSRPD), this category is included within the larger region of East Himalaya in Category:Flora of East Himalaya. Hedychium speciosum (Family: Zingiberaceae) Colquhounia elegans (Family: Lamiaceae) Mahonia magnifica (Family: Berberidaceae) Observation Imphal (Manipur) [India], Oct 13: National Indigenous Seeds Festival kicked off at the Central Agricultural University (CAU) campus, Iroishemba here on Saturday. Hussain, W. 2006. form only a part of the rich natural fauna of Manipur. Entrepreneurs get easy access for processing and marketing such plants. Manipur is one of the richest states in plant biodiversity in the North Eastern states of India. 13 (2), April 2014, pp. .. .. Family Rulaceae); Heinaujom (Averrhoa carambola Linn. 37. other plants’ parts with their indigenous sauce Ametpa or with indigenous dish Eromba or as an ingredient of indigenous salad Singju with the main course of food. Manual on the Medicinal Plants of Manipur’ [6]. Family Gramineae); Ha (Dioscorea alata Linn. (J. Eco. Mayangba (Ocinum canum Sinn. 16. Impatiens rubro-lineata (Family: Balsaminaceae) 2014, 4(1), 15-18. 27. Tharo (Nymphaea pubescens Willd. In addition to ‘Siroi Lily’ which is the only terrestrial lily grown on the hill tops of Siroi hill, Ukhrul, the Hoolock Gibbon, the Sloe Loris, the Clauded Leopard, the Spotted Linshang, Mrs. Hume’s Barbacked Pheasant, Blyths Tragopan, Burmese Pea-Fowl, four different species of Hornbills etc. https://www.organiser.org/.../New-medicinal-plants-found-in-Manipur.html Nematodes of fruit plants in Manipur – IV. 19. Clematis apiculata (Family: Ranunculaceae) Family Moraceae); Heitup (Pyrus sylvatica Linn. Occasionally cultivated in ponds. Family Cycadaceae, edible parts – tender leaves as vegetables); Yempat (Plantago major L. Family Plantagenacea, edible parts – all parts except root); Ishing yensang (Marsilea quadrifolia Linn. A number of endangered and rare species of plants are also found in these forests. The regions situated at a height of 900-2700 metres above sea level are rich in pine and wet forest. Harvesting in the cooler part of the day or night is recommended because the vegetables and fruits will be having relatively less field heat. Piper muneyporensis (Family: Piperaceae) However, the most unique is the Sangai the dancing deer. Zanthoxylum pseudoxyphyllum (Family: Rutaceae). Ujala Devi **and E.J Singh * Institutional Biotech Hub, Presidency College, Motbung, Senapati District, Manipur,India. The Manipur state also harbours a good number of primitive flowering plants. 69. ** Department of Botany, D. M .College of Sc. Uttar Pradesh J. Zool. Family Rubeaceae, edible parts, tender twigs); Ananba (Corchorus capsularis L. Family Tiliaceae edible parts – leaves and young shoots); Awa phadigom (Eryngium foetidum L. Family Umbelliferae, edible parts whole body); Tokningkhok (Houttunia cordata Thunb. The research team from North Eastern Regional Institute of Sciences and Technology, Arunachal Pradesh, interviewed 27 healers of the Zeliangrong ethnic group — an indigenous tribal group in the state, known for its medicinal knowledge. More than one plant parts edible plants. Impatiens longirama (Family: Balsaminaceae) The study is primarily based on the survey on the use of ethno-medicines by the Maring tribe of Manipur in curing and healing various ailments, sicknesses and diseases prevalent among them. PDF. S.C. Sinha was the pioneer of ethno-botanical study in Manipur. The book on ‘Ethnomedicinal Plants of Maring Tribe, Manipur' is first of its kind among the Maring people. Potentilla manipurensis (Family: Rosaceae) Family Teliaceae); Karol (Momordica cochinchinensis Spreng Family Cucurbitaceae); Thangjing (Euryale ferox Salib. Agapetes mannii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 6. Piper gamblei (Family: Piperaceae) Artabotrys cubittii (Family: Annonaceae) 8. Beaumontia longituba (Family: Apocynaceae) Manipur has significant potential for growing various horticultural crops because of varied agro-climatic conditions. Fruit and seed edible plants, II. In a condescending display of sheer ignorance, MSAD claimed that the BJP wanted to ‘enslave’ the native inhabitants of Manipur through linguistic and academic subversion to further the so-called process of ‘colonisation.’ The letter read, “Imposing an alien language upon the indigenous people is completely a sign of colonisation. III. Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) 9. ( Log Out /  I & II. 26. The wet forests and the pine forests occur between 900-2700 m above MSL and they together sustain a host of rare and endemic plant and animal life. It can even be worthwhile to start a small preserving business.

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