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Editors: Suma Tagadur Sureshchandra1*, D.K.Ved1*,Thinley Gyatso Bhutia2*, Vijay Srinivas1,Sumanth M.V.1, Kaliamoorthy Ravikumar1, S.N. Venu Gopal1, Sathya Sangeetha1, Vijay Barve1, Tika Prasad Sharma2,Sugandhi Rani1, Sumy Oomeen1, Umesh Kumar Tiwari1, N. Balachandran1, Haridasan K.1, Asha Bhosle1, Derle Deepak Radhakrishan1, Pavitha P.1,  Nandini Mysore1, Patchaimal, P.1, Pempa Tshering Bhutia2, Norzang Lachenpa2, Ongdup Bhutia2, G.S.Goraya3, Ganesh Babu, P.1,Narasimhan D.4, Sunil Bhursing Deore1,Surekha K.V.1,Tushar Derle1,Nikhil Desle1,A. Dinesh Kumar1, Shilpa Naveen1,Tabassum Ishrath Fathima1, Sumalatha B.S.1, Vinay R.1, Sindhu D.1, Binny Bhadran1, Noorunissa Begum1, Sumathi R.1, T.R. Hemanth and Swathi B.H. 2014. Inventory of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Sikkim: Release Version: 1.0. FRLHT, Bangalore and SMPB, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

  1. Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions(FRLHT), Bangalore, Karnataka  
  2. State Medicinal Plants Board (SMPB), Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
  3. Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), Dehradun
  4. Madras Christain College, Chennai

 * Corresponding editors

ISBN: 978-93-84208-01-1.

Copy Right: FRLHT, Bangalore and SMPB, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

Last Updated On: 09 December 2016