What is the rarest plant in India?
Endangered Plants in India
|Plant||Also Known As||Region (Status)|
|Polygala irregularis||Milkwort||Gujarat (rare)|
|Lotus corniculatus||Bird’s foot||Gujarat (rare)|
|Amentotaxus assamica||Assam catkin yew||Arunachal Pradesh (threatened)|
|Psilotum nudum||Moa, skeleton, fork fern, and whisk fern||Karnataka (rare)|
Which flora is found in India?
Prominent examples of flora include junipers, pines and deodars, lotus, milk worts, Assam catkin yew, spiderwort, etc. Examples of fauna present in India include the Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, snow leopard, Indian rhino, Indian sloth bear, etc.
Which plant is used as medicine?
Medicinal plants such as Aloe, Tulsi, Neem, Turmeric and Ginger cure several common ailments. These are considered as home remedies in many parts of the country. It is known fact that lots of consumers are using Basil (Tulsi) for making medicines, black tea, in pooja and other activities in their day to day life.
How many plants are in India?
There are estimated to be over 18,000 species of flowering plants in India, which constitute some 6-7 percent of the total plant species in the world. India is home to more than 50,000 species of plants, including a variety of endemics.
What is virgin vegetation?
Virgin Vegetation refers to a plant community which has grown naturally without human aid and has been left undisturbed by humans for a long time. … This type of vegetation is also termed as natural vegetation.