Biodiversity of Woody Species in Kamla Nehru Institute of Physical & Social Sciences, Sultanpur U.P. India

  • Astha Singh Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Baby Sheeba Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Harshita Singh Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Mariya Qaseem Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Ramesh Pandey Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Rahul Bhadouria Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
  • Prakash Chandra Tewari Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA
Keywords: Biodiversity, woody species, KNIPSS Sultanpur

Abstract

A study was conducted to explore the woody species diversity of Kamla Nehru Institute of Physical & Social Sciences (KNIPSS) main campus spreading over approx. 45 acre of land area. Data was derived from extensive field survey. Identification of the woody species was done using local floras and various external resources. A total of 43 woody species belonging to 24 families is represented in study area. The 39 species were represented as angiosperm and 04 species as represented as gymnosperm respectably. Result showed that 17 families consists of only 1 species each, 2 families have 2 species each respectively. Of the total species, available in campus 30 are native and 13 are exotic.  The Apocynaceae, Caesalpiniaceae and Moraceae were the dominant families of the woody species on the KNIPSS main campus.

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Author Biography

Rahul Bhadouria, Department of Environmental Sciences, KNIPSS Sultanpur, UP, INDIA

Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, INDIA

Published
2017-02-28
How to Cite
Singh, A., Sheeba, B., Singh, H., Qaseem, M., Pandey, R., Bhadouria, R., & Tewari, P. C. (2017). Biodiversity of Woody Species in Kamla Nehru Institute of Physical & Social Sciences, Sultanpur U.P. India. G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 4(4), 34-38. Retrieved from http://gjestenv.com/index.php/gjest/article/view/73
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