Floral diversity along agricultural habitats in selected regions of Bathinda, Punjab, India
Navjot Kaur, HK Sidhu
Floral diversity along agricultural habitats was studied at three villages namely Ruldu Singh Wala, Katar Singh Wala and Bir Talab of Bathinda district of Punjab. A total of 113 plant species belonging to 92 genera and 47 families were reported to be present in the studied locations. Out of total 113 species, 74 species were native while 39 species were non-native. Trees formed the most dominant life followed by herbs, shrubs, grasses and climbers. The most dominant family was Fabaceae followed by Poaceae, Moraceae and Meliaceae. The present study gives information about the resources present in the given ecosystem which can be used to efficiently plan their sustainable use in future.
Navjot Kaur, HK Sidhu. Floral diversity along agricultural habitats in selected regions of Bathinda, Punjab, India. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 117-122