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Phytogeographical Distribution of Tribulus Terrestris in Rajasthan
Abhilasha Choudhary, Dr. Dheer Singh,
The present paper discusses the potentiality of natural vegetation i.e. Tribulus terrestris. The area under investigation i.e. Shekhawati region, is popularly known as historical heritage, geographical and cultural zone in Jaipur division of Rajasthan state, India. Besides this zone has unique combination of beautiful ecosystems viz; riverine ecosystem, sandy plain ecosystem, sand dunes ecosystem and stony and rocky ecosystem. In these ecosystems, the sand dunes are the heart of Churu. The Shekhawati zone has a great variety of climates (semi-arid and arid) biotic and edafic conditions, physiography and diversity of natural vegetations which has on a wide range of natural ecosystem.
Phytogeographical, Tribulus terrestris, Shekhawati, Medicinal Plant
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