In the present study more than 39 indigenous medicinal plants are used by the Maring in the treatment of about 34 ailments and diseases. Tharo (Nymphaea pubescens Willd. Sorbus polycarpa (Family: Rosaceae) Spodiopogon lacei (Family: Poaceae) The … Ilex embelioides (Family: Aquifoliaceae) Folklore on the use of Indigenous Plants & Animals in Manipur, Vol. Family Scitaminaceae); Pulei (Alpinia allughas Rosc. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Artabotrys cubittii (Family: Annonaceae) 8. For example, among stem tuber and rhizome edible plants, Saneibi wa (Bambusa arundinacea Linn.) (1998). The Manipur Brow-antlered deer is an endemic species for which a conservation project was initiated in 1973. The process of adding value to fruits is important for a number of reasons. However, the most unique is the Sangai the dancing deer. Remembering Jesus- A lonely 'Carpenter'.. 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Endemic Plants species of Manipur. W. Laitonjam. These wild edible plants are classified into three groups, viz, I. AVOID: a) Eucalyptus (reduce soil fertility and ground water level) & b) Bottle Brush (causes allergy), Join the world's largest campaign for conservation of a lake. Such stratagies include establishment of botanical gardens and other conservation stands like gene bank, seed bank, seedling bank, tissue culture bank, cryopreservation (preservation at very low temperature -1960 C in liquid nitrogen), etc. Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) Synotis rhabdos (Family: Asteraceae) Actinodaphne obovata (Family: Lauraceae) 4. Family Moraceae); Heiree (Calamus caesius Blume Family Palmaceae); Nonggang hei (Baccaurea sapida Muell. We strongly recommend that users exercise responsibility, sensitivity and caution over language while writing your opinions which will be seen and read by other users. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Family Cyperaceae); Kanghu (Alpinia galanga Linn. Musa itinerans (Family: Musaceae) Piper nagense (Family: Piperaceae) Manipuri : Ishing kambong. In a condescending display of sheer ignorance, MSAD claimed that the BJP wanted to ‘enslave’ the native inhabitants of Manipur through linguistic and academic subversion to further the so-called process of ‘colonisation.’ The letter read, “Imposing an alien language upon the indigenous people is completely a sign of colonisation. Indigenous trees such as Heitup (Pyrus sylvatica L.), Heirikothong (Artocarpus lakoocha Roxb. Family Caryophyllaceae, edible parts – young twigs); Uthum (Wendrandia paniculata DC. Berberis manipurana (Family: Berberidaceae) By tradition, the indigenous people of Manipur consumed a large variety of wild plants as vegetables, fruits, etc. However, the study of ethno- medicinal plants used by some section of tribal minority communities is limited and not studied. 27. 47. Stem, tuber and … Pimpinella flaccida (Family: Apiaceae) Change ), Contribute photographs of plants to Flora of Manipur. 59. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. 19. Pilea minuta (Family: Urticaceae) I & II. Inaocha Devi *, Kh. Piper makruense (Family: Piperaceae) Indigenous fruits are those which are native to Manipur. 67. Some of these communities also used wild plants in their own traditional way (J. Eco. Thang Ta is a martial art form of Manipur, existing since time immemorial. Abstract. ISSN 0972 – 1657. 58. Justicia anfractuosa (Family: Acanthaceae) Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) 9. So far, about 1200 medicinal plants have been reported by S.C. Sinha (1996) and local medicinal user about 430 species and animals including birds, fisher, insects, etc. 10. The state has total geographical area of 22,327 Sq. Manipur has significant potential for growing various horticultural crops because of varied agro-climatic conditions. Family Leguminosae); Heijang (Citrus mediea Linn. Piper meeboldii (Family: Piperaceae) Women in Manipur practice dyeing using varieties of plant leaves, flowers and tree barks. III. A wide variety of rare and exotic medicinal and aromatic plants grow in Manipur. Introduction ( Log Out /  33. AMAPCON secretary general RK Ronendro said they’ve registered 272 different rice varieties including Chak-hao, black aromatic rice varieties for protection of plants varieties and farmers rights (PPV & FRA). Pyrus wattii (Family: Rosaceae) 5. Manipur has an international boundary of about 352 kms. Tax. Natural dye yielding plants and indigenous knowledge of dyeing in Manipur, Northeast India. form only a part of the rich natural fauna of Manipur. Harvesting in the cooler part of the day or night is recommended because the vegetables and fruits will be having relatively less field heat. As against this physical feature of the area, 61.45 per cent of the total population (2001) is in the valley while 38.45 percent in the hill districts. of Manipur, there are 17 lakes and 2 ox-bow lakes in the state. Eleven indigenous plant species of Manipur viz., Mariandra benghalensis, Millettia pachycarpa, Allium hookerii, Flogacanthus thyrsifl orus, Solanum incanum, Tithonia diversifolia, Goniothalamus sesquipedalis, Solanum surattense, Artemisia nilagarica, Ocimum canum and Zanthozylum acanthopodium which has been used as local medicine and spices were collected from fi ve district of Manipur … .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. > Send the photographs along with the followings : 1. Prod. They are one of the indigenous communities of Mongoloid race inhabiting the border areas of India and Burma. Family Convolvulaceae, edible parts – all parts); Preserving the genetic diversity of indigenous fruits also means ensuring their sustainability. Performing Arts Thang Ta. Th. Indian journal of traditional knowledge. Vernonia clivorum (Family: Asteraceae) ( Log Out /  48. I. Bot., 6(3): 1985:699-703). 44. Mahonia magnifica (Family: Berberidaceae) ), Heimang (Rhus semialata), Heining (Spondias pinnata Kurz), Heibi (Meyna laxiflora Robyns), Heibong (Garcinia Peduculata Roxb), Heitup (Pyrus indica Wall), Heirang khoi (Amoora rohituka), Gihori (Phyllanthus … These wild edible plants are classified into three groups, viz, I. The study is primarily based on the survey on the use of ethno-medicines by the Maring tribe of Manipur in curing and healing various ailments, sicknesses and diseases prevalent among them. Download Full PDF Package. Mohilal, N.; Anandi, Y and Dhanachand, Ch. Rosa clinophylla (Family: Rosaceae) Agapetes lobbii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 5. 60. 8. Sirui lily (Lilium macklini) in Ukhrul district, Manipur. The indigenous societies have discovered various plants around them as food both in the raw as well as in cooked form. Yerumkeirum (Stellaria media Linn. Hedychium greenii (Family: Zingiberaceae) Traditional vegetables like other horticultural crops experience losses between harvest and consumption. 4. A short summary of this paper . Elizabeth Yambem launched Manipur-based Dweller Teas in 2017, and offers organic teas made with indigenous herbs, plants, and fruits. Indigenous plant of Manipur viz., Flogacanthus Thyrsiflorus, Mariandra benghalensis, Millettia pachycarpus, Allium hookerii and Solanum incanum were test against Helminthosporium oryzae at i.e., 10%, 15% and 20% in broth and solid media. Email: neceer.imp@gmail.com, Promote and encourage plantation of indigenous tree species. Largest number lakes are in Imphal and Thoubal districts. [L Dhanapati Devi] Home. Locally available indigenous fruits discussed are: Heiyai (Elaegnus sp. Conservation : It is the protection, preservation, management of wild life on natural resources such as forests and water. Euphorbia serrulata (Family: Euphorbiaceae) This paper. Free PDF. 63. Generally grown wild in the wetlands of valley areas particularly in Loktak lake catchments. It aims to serve natural blends and improve livelihoods. The wet forests and the pine forests occur between 900-2700 m above MSL and they together sustain a host of rare and endemic plant and animal life. indigenous medicinal plants of Manipur play a vital role in making of traditional remedies of various diseases in the absence of medical facilities specially in the remote rural areas. Inaocha Devi *, Kh. 1. Prunus wattii (Family: Rosaceae) Prod. Agapetes mannii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 6. The Zous are recognised as a Scheduled Tribes of Manipur in 1956. https://www.organiser.org/.../New-medicinal-plants-found-in-Manipur.html Actinodaphne obovata (Family: Lauraceae) 4. A wide variety of indigenous fruit trees are valuable to the diets and incomes of local communities, particularly during the time of potential household insecurity. Family Dioscoreaceae); Loklei (Hedychium coronarium Koen. 1. Illicium manipurense (Family: Illiciaceae) October 12: On Saturday, the National Indigenous Seed Festival commenced at the Central Agricultural University (CAU) campus in Manipur. Photographer's name. National Indigenous Seed Festival 2019 started at the main auditorium of the Central Agricultural University, Iroishemba today. ** Department of Botany, D. M .College of Sc. 66. It aims to create awareness on conserving the indigenous seed ecosystem, reviving indigenous seeds, networking with farmers, protecting traditional wisdom, ensuring agro-biodiversity and agro-ecology conservation activities. 56. 38. Zanthoxylum pseudoxyphyllum (Family: Rutaceae). Manipur is picturesquely adorned with a vast variety of vibrant flora. 42. 37. I & II. Stem, tuber and rhizome edible plants and III. Iris wattii (Family: Iridaceae) Piper muneyporensis (Family: Piperaceae) Family Gramineae); Ha (Dioscorea alata Linn. Chengkruk (Amaranthus tristis L. Family Amaranthaceae, edible parts – leaves as vegetables); Tejpat (Cinnamomum tamata Nees. Conservation can broadly be divided into two types viz., (i) in situ conservation and (ii) ex situ conservation. Native Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables of Manipur. Sun drying of fruits such as fig, can offer a good source of vitamins and minerals all the year round. 31. Asystasia pusilla … 35 Full PDFs related to this paper. Carex manipurensis (Family: Cyperaceae) (J. Eco. 23. ( Log Out /  Once the vegetables are harvested they get subjected to a series of physical and biochemical changes that causes loss of nutritional value, flavor, taste and start rotting or spoilage. Kadsura wattii (Family: Schizandraceae) Chorphon (Elaeocarpus floribundus Blume Family Tiliaceae); Mangge (Tamarindus indica Linn. Other vegetations of Manipur include grasslands and meadows found in Dzuko and Siroi. Scientists identified plants like Gynura cusimbua, Hedyotis scandens, Mussaenda glabra and Schima wallichii whose medicinal usage are reported for … Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. 5 talking about this. 69. Artabotrys cubittii (Family: Annonaceae) Family Acanthaceae, Edible parts leaves as vegetables); 25. Agapetes mannii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 6. Dhanapati Devi L. (1995, 1998). >>> The festival, which will continue till Monday, was attended by farmers and NGO leaders from 15 states of the country besides many renowned cultivators both from hills and valley. 2. Other significant contributions on ethno-medicinal studies of Manipur were observed during recent time [7,8,9]. Elaeagnus loureirii (Family: Elaeagnaceae) ** Department of Botany, D. M .College of Sc. 73. 13 (2), April 2014, pp. Conclusion and Recommendation S.C. Sinha was the pioneer of ethno-botanical study in Manipur. ), etc are mostly found wild. Download PDF. Strychnos nux-blanda (Family: Loganiaceae) Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 7. J. Nat. Preservation : The natural value of indigenous vegetables is highest when they are fresh and has been reported to be superior to exotic vegetables like cabbage (Chweya, 1997) on a per weight basis. The reason being no study have ever been made in this area on them. 1.6K likes. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Manipur, being a part of the Indo-Myanmar biodiversity hotspot, is a major source for a wide variety of plants and rice varieties which can be grown in other parts. This category includes the native flora of the Manipur state of Northeast India. Nematodes of fruit plants in Manipur – IV. Manipur has a rich genepool of primitive cultivars and land races. With the advances in modern technology, environmental control and storage facilities dried vegetables can be stored for longer periods and can be made available all round the year. Please read a complete Guideline on using comments on this website. 2014, 4(1), 15-18. Family Portukcaceae, edible parts – young twigs); Nongmangkha (Adhatoda vasica Nees. Through the conservation of biodiversity and the survival of many species and habitats which are threatened due to human activities can be ensured. Entrepreneurs get easy access for processing and marketing such plants. Family Scitamineae),etc. 50. Mahonia manipurensis (Family: Berberidaceae) Methodology Manipur has a rich heritage of these indigenous fruits. Fruit and seed edible plants : It includes Heirikothong (Artocarpus takoocha Roxb. Family Euphorbiaceae); Nobab (Citrus decumana Linn Family Rutaceae); Heireet (Ficus cunia Ham Family Moraceae); Heijugak (Juglans regia Linn Family Juglandaceae); WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Wild Medicinal Plants in the Hill of Manipur, India: A traditional therapeutic potential. The regions situated at a height of 900-2700 metres above sea level are rich in pine and wet forest. 11. The present work is an attempt to access and study the wild edible plants consumed by the Zous. Piper gamblei (Family: Piperaceae) Baliospermum suffruticosum (Family: Euphorbiaceae) other plants’ parts with their indigenous sauce Ametpa or with indigenous dish Eromba or as an ingredient of indigenous salad Singju with the main course of food. For defence, a shield is mostly used. 12. Eleven indigenous plant species of Manipur viz., Mariandra benghalensis, Millettia pachycarpa, Allium hookerii, Flogacanthus thyrsifl orus, Solanum incanum, Tithonia diversifolia, Goniothalamus sesquipedalis, Solanum surattense, Artemisia nilagarica, Ocimum canum and Zanthozylum acanthopodium which has been used as local medicine and spices were collected from fi ve district of Manipur … (PG) Imphal, Manipur, India. Family Teliaceae); Karol (Momordica cochinchinensis Spreng Family Cucurbitaceae); Thangjing (Euryale ferox Salib. 18. Aconitum elwesii (Family: Ranunculaceae) drying is one of the longest established methods of food preservation and one which occupy naturally with seeds (Kumar et al, 2010). The most common and perhaps the finest is the work done on the border of a Phaneyk – a lungi (sarong) worn by women. Piper lainatakanum (Family: Piperaceae) 49. Locality and district. Heikak/yelli (Trapa bispinosa Roxb. Mayangba (Ocinum canum Sinn. Family Rutaceae); Heibong (Ficus glomerata Roxb. 16. 39. 20. Different ethnic groups, residing in Manipur before the introduction of the chemical dyes into the state, used the dyes extracted from the plants. Family Rulaceae); Heinaujom (Averrhoa carambola Linn. Fruit and seed edible plants, II. indigenous medicinal plants of Manipur play a vital role in making of traditional remedies of various diseases in the absence of medical facilities specially in the remote rural areas. Manipur state situated on the North Eastern border between India and Myanmar. The magnitude of post-harvest losses in fresh fruits and vegetables is estimated 5 to 25% in developed countries and 20-50%in developing countries depending upon commodity (Rader, 2000). Occasionally cultivated in ponds. Family Anacardiaceae); Mukthrubi (Zanthoxylum alatum Roxb. 37(2): 178-179. Family vitaceae), etc. Ex situ conservation is the preservation of components of biological diversity outside their natural habitats. Indigenous fruits can offer a very good source of income especially if they are processed. Distribution of Nematodes associated with Quercus dealbata in Ukhrul and Chandel districts of Manipur. The Chirutribe is one of the Kuki Scheduled tribe groups of Manipur inhabiting 3 districts and 13 villages, viz. 52. 71. Processing Scientists attempting to document indigenous medicinal knowledge of Zeliangrong ethnic group in Manipur have now stumbled upon few plants whose medicinal or pharmacology properties are not known previously. Res. Piper kapruannum (Family: Piperaceae) In-vitro test revealed, 64. (PG) Imphal, Manipur, India. This page is a picture collection of exotic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown in Manipur Fruit and seed edible plants, II. Dhanapati Devi L. (1995, 1998). Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. In accordance with the World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions (WGSRPD), this category is included within the larger region of East Himalaya in Category:Flora of East Himalaya. Observation 2014, 4(1), 15-18. Ebook also available in docx and mobi. Family Rubeaceae, edible parts, tender twigs); Ananba (Corchorus capsularis L. Family Tiliaceae edible parts – leaves and young shoots); Awa phadigom (Eryngium foetidum L. Family Umbelliferae, edible parts whole body); Tokningkhok (Houttunia cordata Thunb. Family Euphorbiaceae, edible parts – young twigs and inflorescence); indigenous people [3-4]. Blessed with an amazing variety of flora and fauna, 67% of the geographical area of Manipur is hill tract covered forests. 18(3): 149-152. 2. Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. 15. 7. 35. Piper aurorubrum (Family: Piperaceae) Family Scitamineae); Koukha (Sagitaria sagitifolia Linn. Best viewed with IE 9.0 / FireFox 43.x / Chrome 5.0x. Family Malvaceae) can be preserved in the dry form and can regain its taste when cooked after proper soaking in the water. Impatiens longirama (Family: Balsaminaceae) 13. Tax. Indian J. Seric. Family Moraceae); Heitup (Pyrus sylvatica Linn. The objective of the study is to survey and understand the use of traditional ethnobotanical plants as medicines. Garcinia loniceroides (Family: Clusiaceae) Vernonia cylindriceps (Family: Asteraceae) Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge Vol. Ilex wattii (Family: Aquifoliaceae) * Comments posted by users in this discussion thread and other parts of this site are opinions of the individuals posting them (whose user ID is displayed alongside) and not the views of e-pao.net. Family Labiatae, edible parts – young twigs, inflorescence including flower and fruits); Khongnangbot (Ficus benghalensis L. Family Moraceae, edible parts young buds and leaves); Yellang (Polygonum orientalis L. Family Polygonaceae, edible parts – tender leaves); Kollamani (Ipomea repens Roth. II. Fruits and vegetables have to be specially prepared before they can be preserved. 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Family Geraniaceae); Yongchak (Parkia roxburghii G-Don Family Leguminosae); Mojam hei (Tetrastigma muricatum Planch. Considerable amounts of information on medicinal plants are available in these ethnic communities. Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) 9. Hussain, W. 2006. Monsaobi (Chenopodium album L. Family Chenopodiaceae, edible parts – all parts except root); Ising kundo (Jussiaea repens L. Family, Onagraceae edible parts – twigs as vegetables); Leibak kundo (Portulaceae oleracea Linn. The art is associated with swords and spears. Dalbergia wattii (Family: Fabaceae) Berberis sublevis (Family: Berberidaceae) In situ conservation is on site conservation or the conservation of genetic resources in natural population of plant or animal species such as forest genetic resources in natural population of tree species. 28. Comparative study of the natural dyes derived from two indigenous plants of north-eastern India on silk and cotton fabrics, L. Warjeet Singh, Lunalisa Potsangbam and Sujata D. Wangkheirakpam, Int. 32. Family Nymphaeaceae); PDF. Aconitum elwesii (Family: Ranunculaceae) 2. The processing of fruits into Jam and Juice is a good way of storing them and releasing them as a source of vitamins and minerals for longer period. Elizabeth Yambem launched Manipur-based Dweller Teas in 2017, and offers organic teas made with indigenous herbs, plants, and fruits. 72. Dischidia micholitzii (Family: Asclepiadaceae) Several methods of vegetables – preservation are available and these include sun drying, solar drying, canning, vacuum packing, etc. 61. It comprises of three groups – Zeme, Liangmai and Rongmei – collectively … 65. Folklore on the use of Indigenous Plants & Animals in Manipur, Vol. Family Leguminosae, edible parts – young twigs and even inflorescence for Singju); This page is a picture collection of exotic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown in Manipur Higher taxa are included only if endemic. The book on ‘Ethnomedicinal Plants of Maring Tribe, Manipur' is first of its kind among the Maring people. Polygonum stellate-tomentossum (Family: Polygonaceae) 3. 29. Among the raw edible forms of food taken by the people of Manipur, Singju (in Manipuri Sing/ Napi/ Singbi = plants; ju/ su/ suba = combination) is one of the most common forms. Of 45,000 reported plant species of India, 13,500 are found in this tiny state alone, out of which 7000 are endemic. indigenous communities for nutritive and therapeutic purposes. Agapetes lobbii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 5. Begonia obverse (Family: Begoniaceae) Vaccinium lamellatum Family: Vacciniaceae) All Manipur trained Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Promoters Consortium is organising the three-day festival with technical support from the Bharat Beej Swaraj Manch (India Seed Sovereignty Alliance). Iris bakeri (Family: Iridaceae) Dr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1995) Flok Lore on the use of indigenous plants and animals in Manipur, volume-1; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland;Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur It can even be worthwhile to start a small preserving business. 51. 41. Manipur harbors 1200 medicinal plants, out of which 430 varieties have been used in the traditional methods of healing. However there are also a number of smaller lakes which are termed as kom (pits). 55. Rare Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. Aconitum nagarum (Family: Ranunculaceae) 3. Imphal (Manipur) [India], Oct 13: National Indigenous Seeds Festival kicked off at the Central Agricultural University (CAU) campus, Iroishemba here on Saturday. Impatiens spissiflora (Family: Balsaminaceae) Clematis apiculata (Family: Ranunculaceae) The reason being no study have ever been made in this area on them. Further, 57 species (84 %) are commonly available, and 11 (16 %) are rare. 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