International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part E (2017)
Ethnoveterinary plants used by different ethnic groups of Kamrup Rural district of Assam, India
The present study deals with medicinal plants related to ethnoveterinary practices of domesticated animals like cow, goat and buffalo of Kamrup Rural district of Assam. Several field surveys were conducted in various areas of the district during 2016. The study reveals 27 species represented by 26 genera belonging to 19 families are reported against 8 folk medico claims. Out of 27 species maximum are herbs followed by trees and shrubs. Most frequently used plants parts are leaf followed by fruits and roots. The findings need further scientific research for development of new veterinary drugs.
How to cite this article:
Selim Mehmud. Ethnoveterinary plants used by different ethnic groups of Kamrup Rural district of Assam, India. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3):308-310.