Journal of Botany

Journal of Botany / 2013 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Ethnobotany and Ethnomedicinal Uses, Chromosomal Status and Natural Propagation of Some Plants of Lahaul-Spiti and Adjoining Hills

Figure 3

(a) Biebersteinia odora plants in a group, coming out of withered remains of stems. (b) Cicer microphyllum growing on rock. (c) An individual of Meconopsis aculeata growing among the boulders. (d) Podophyllum hexandrum. (e) Aconitum heterophyllum with greenish blue flowers having purple veins growing on moist slopes. (f) Caltha palustris with bright yellow flowers and large reniform leaves growing near water. (g) A shrub of Rosa webbiana with pink flowers.
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