Comparison Phenophases of Mimosa Pudica and Desmodium Triflorum in Grazed Condition in Barandabhar Forest, Chitwan, Nepal

  • Niroj Paudel Division of Biological Resource Sciences, Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, 24341, South Korea
  • Rajesh Shrestha Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
Keywords: Barandabhar forest, Mimosa Pudica, Desmodium triflorum, Seasonal variation, Nepal.

Abstract

The plant became grazed the study site - the pasture of Barandabhar corridor forest was marked into three zones, and the phonological behavior of Mimosa pudica and Desmodium triflorum was determined. The study site - the pasture of Barandabhar corridor forest was marked into three zones, and the phonological behavior of Mimosa pudica and Desmodium triflorum  (30 individuals sampled randomly from the marked zone) . Phanophage is described in case of seasonal variation of Bharandabhar forest as well as adjoin area of forest. The present study will be valuable for the management of medicinal herbs in Chitwan Nepal.

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2018-03-04
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