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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2017; 5(1):- 102-106    |    Available online, 11 April, 2017

Phytosociological  Aspects of Some Weed Flora  of  Post harvested  Rice Fields in Shahapur, Bhandara (MS) India

Rao Padmavathi S  and   Udapure Shweta P

 

P.G. Dept. of Botany, J.M.Patel College, Bhandara (M.S). 

padmavathirao6@gmail.com

Received: 09.02.2017   |  Accepted: 21.03.2017   |      Published : 11.04.2017

Generally weeds are treated as waste plants in crop fields and considered harmful to the crops and eradicated during cultural operations, may be fruitfully utilized to serve the medicinal purposes against diseases. In view of this, Shahapur village near Bhandara is selected for the study of   phytosociological aspects of some weed flora in post harvested rice fields.  Extensive field survey was conducted two months in post harvested paddy fields during late winter season (Jan.-Mar.).  The present survey is useful for the identification of weed species and phytosociological relationships of dominant species. These weeds provide ample opportunities to study them critically for new drug development through chemical analysis without disturbing biodiversity. The probable reasons for the phytosociological relationship of dominant weed species were discussed in the present investigation.

 

Key words:   Paddy, Phytosociological aspects, Post harvest, Weed flora

 

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Editor: Dr. Arvind Chavhan

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Rao Padmavathi S  and   Udapure Shweta P (2017) Phytosociolo-gical  Aspects of Some Weed Flora  of  Post harvested  Rice Fields in Shahapur, Bhandara (MS) India International J. of Life Sciences, 5 (1): 102-106.

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Acknowledgement:

We are immense pleasure in expressing our deep sense of gratitude and gratefulness to our Principal Dr.Vikas Dhomne for encouraging and providing library facilities in our college for completing this research work.  Special thanks to our P.G. students Miss. Neha O. Samrit, Miss. Varsha H. Humane and Miss. Rajshri B. Kamble for their help in field work.

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Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.

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Copyright: © 2017 | Author(s), This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial - No Derivs License, which permits use and distribution in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited, the use is non-commercial and no modifications or adaptations are made.

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