Floral Biodiversity of Sariska Tiger Reserve on Medicinal and Endemic Plants


  • Swati Sharma
  • Sanjeev Kumar Sharma Research Supervisor, Department of Life Science, Sunrise University, Alwar, Rajasthan, India.


Floral Diversity, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Aravallis, Endemism


The Sariska tiger reserve in Aravallis has its own importance and specific characteristics endowed with unique biodiversity. In the present study an attempt has been made to ascertain the current status of the flora in all the possible study area. Attention is focused on one of the important reserve forest of state of Rajasthan with pace of their endemism, medicinal important plants species and along with facing number of challenges in this reserve. In present study emphasize on taxonomic richness, genetic difference within each taxon; the communities, ecosystem and landscape occupied by this reserve. The status of medicinal plants with their uses is also incorporate with overall study of floral diversity in the study area. Several studies so far conducted in Aravallis like which supported checklist of plant diversity in this natural reserve.

How to cite this article:
Sharma S, Sharma SK. Floral Biodiversity of Sariska Tiger Reserve on Medicinal and Endemic Plants. Int J Adv Res Med Chem 2020; 2(1): 28-30.


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