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      Journal of Ecological Society

      Volume 32-33, Issue 1
       
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      Wild Edible Plants of Nutritional and Medicinal Significance to the Tribes of Palghar, Maharashtra, India

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            Journal
            Journal of Ecological Society
            2278-0823
            1 April 2021
            : 32-33
            : 1
            : 9-36
            Affiliations
            [1 ] Forestry and Biodiversity Division, The Energy and Resources Institute, Delhi, India
            [2 ] Food and Nutrition Security Division, The Energy and Resources Institute, Maharashtra, India
            Article
            10.54081/JES.027/03
            cb6763c5-6bf0-4b5c-aec1-bc8234f82e40
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            Ecology

            Tribal communities, Wild edible plants, Traditional knowledge, Jawhar, Western Ghats

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