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Conservation priority of Adansonia digitata L. (Bombacaceae) in Mandu of the Malwa region, India


K.L. Meena*


Herbarium and Laboratory of Plant Taxonomy, Department of Botany, MLV Government College, Bhilwara - 311 001, Rajasthan, India


K.L. Meena receives Camillo Golgi Research Award -2015 in Biodiversity


Keywords:  Adansonia digitata, Conservation, Mandu, Malwa region, India


Photon Ignitor: ISJN83596193D766921032015


Citation: Meena K.L., 2015. Conservation priority of Adansonia digitata L. (Bombacaceae) in Mandu of the Malwa region, India. The Journal of Biodiversity. Photon 115, 413-418.


Abstract 

The present paper deals with the citation, description, distribution, phonological, ecological data, notes, uses, causes of threat and conservation measures for Adansonia digitata L. a rare and threatened species in India. Photographs are also provided for its easy identification in the field. Overexploitation, narrow extent of occurrence, small area of occupancy, severe fragmentation of population, very low regeneration, lack of local people knowledge, revealed that Adansonia digitata L. is facing severe conservation threat and extinction risk. It would be categorized for endangered category by ensuring the habitat conservation, of this important tree species.



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