List of Figures

Fig. 1.1 A panoramic view of Pakistan Himalayas 4

Fig. 1.2 Amazing Saiful Malook Lake 6

Fig. 1.3 Hydrology and Pinus vegetation 6

Fig. 1.4 Floral diversity 8

Fig. 1.5 Fauna and flora 9

Fig. 1.6 Collection of medicinal plants 13

Fig. 2.1 A delicious wild fruit 22

Fig. 2.2 Wild Pyrus verity 22

Fig. 2.3 Fuel wood 24

Fig. 2.4 Fodder for live stock 25

Fig. 2.5 Wood for construction purpose 27

Fig. 2.6 Apiculturing 29

Fig. 2.7 A local herbal dealer 31

Fig. 2.8 Himalayan nomads 33

Fig. 2.9 Grazing pressure 34

Fig. 2.10 Torch wood extraction 35

Fig. 3.1 Adiantum capillus-veneris Linn 40

Fig. 3.2 Equisetum debile Roxb 42

Fig. 3.3 Pteridium equilinium (L.) 44

Fig. 3.4 Abies pindrow Royle 46

Fig. 3.5 Pinus roxburgii Sargent 47

Fig. 3.6 Pinus wallichiana (L.) 49

Fig. 3.7 Allium cepa Linn 50

Fig. 3.8 Allium sativum Linn 52

Fig. 3.9 Acorus calamus L 54

Fig. 3.10 Arisaema utile Hook.f.ex Schott 56

Fig. 3.11 Colchicum luteum Baker 58

Fig. 3.12 Aloe vera L 59

Fig. 3.13 Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers 62

Fig. 3.14 Cyperus rotundus Linn 63

Fig. 3.15 Polygonatum verticillatum All 65

Fig. 3.16 Sorghum halepanse (L.) Pers 66

Fig. 3.17 Triticum aestivum Linn 68

Fig. 3.18 Zea mays Linn 70

Fig. 3.19 Acacia catechu (L.F) Willd 72

Fig. 3.20 Acacia modesta Wall 73

Fig. 3.21 Acacia nilotica Linn 75

Fig. 3.22 Achyranthes aspera Linn 78

Fig. 3.23 Ajuga bracteosa Wall. ex Benth 79

Fig. 3.24 Amaranthus viridus Linn 81

Fig. 3.25 Argyrolobium roseum (Camb.) Jaub & Spach 83

Fig. 3.26 Berberis lycium Royle 84

Fig. 3.27 Bergenia cilita (Haw) Stemb 86

Fig. 3.28 Boerhaavia procumbens Benks. ex Roxb 88

Fig. 3.29 Bombax ceiba Linn 89

Fig. 3.30 Brassica compestris Linn 91

Fig. 3.31 Calotrpis procera (Wild) R. Br 93

Fig. 3.32 Cannabis sativa Linn 95

Fig. 3.33 Carrisa opaca Stapf. ex Haines 97

Fig. 3.34 Cassia fistula Linn 99

Fig. 3.35 Cedrela toona Roxb. ex Willd 101

Fig. 3.36 Chenopodium ambrosioides Linn 103

Fig. 3.37 Cichorium intybus Linn 105

Fig. 3.38 Cissampelos pariera Linn 107

Fig. 3.39 Citrus limon (Linn.) Brum 108

Fig. 3.40 Clematis grata Wall 110

Fig. 3.41 Convolvulus arvensis Linn 112

Fig. 3.42 Cuscuta reflexa Roxb 113

Fig. 3.43 Dalbergia sissoo Roxb 115

Fig. 3.44 Datura innoxia Miller 117

Fig. 3.45 Debregeasia saeneb (Forssk) Heper and Wood 118

Fig. 3.46 Dodonaea viscosa Linn 120

Fig. 3.47 Euphorbia prostrata Ait 122

Fig. 3.48 Ficus carica Forssk 123

Fig. 3.49 Ficus varigata Wall. ex Roxb 124

Fig. 3.50 Fumaria indica (Hausskan) Pugsley 126

Fig. 3.51 Grewia tenex Drum. ex Burret 128

Fig. 3.52 Hedra helix Alin Auct 130

Fig. 3.53 Indigofera garadiana Wall 132

Fig. 3.54 Ipomoea nil (Linn.) Roth 133

Fig. 3.55 Justicia adhatoda (Linn.) Nees 135

Fig. 3.56 Mallotus philippensis (Lam) Muell. Arg 138

Fig. 3.57 Melia azedrach Linn 140

Fig. 3.58 Mentha longifolia (Linn), Huds 142

Fig. 3.59 Mentha royleana Linn 144

Fig. 3.60 Myrisine africana Linn 145

Fig. 3.61 Olea ferruginea Royle 148

Fig. 3.62 Otostegia limbata (Benth), Boiss 149

Fig. 3.63 Oxalis corniculata Linn 151

Fig. 3.64 Paeonia emodi Wall. ex Royle 153

Fig. 3.65 Papaver somniferum L 154

Fig. 3.66 Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene 156

Fig. 3.67 Phyllanthus emblica Linn 157

Fig. 3.68 Piminella diversifolia (Wall) D.C 159

Fig. 3.69 Pistacia chinensis Bge 160

Fig. 3.70 Plantago lanceolata L 162

Fig. 3.71 Plantago major Linn 164

Fig. 3.72 Partulaca oleracea L 165

Fig. 3.73 Prunus persica (Linn.) Batsch 167

Fig. 3.74 Punica granatum Linn 169

Fig. 3.75 Quercus incana Roxb 171

Fig. 3.76 Quercus leucotrichophora A. Camus 173

Fig. 3.77 Ranunculus laetus Wall. ex Hook. F & Thoms 175

Fig. 3.78 Rhus chinensis L 176

Fig. 3.79 Rosa brunonii Lindley 178

Fig. 3.80 Rosa indica Linn 180

Fig. 3.81 Rumex dentatus Linn 181

Fig. 3.82 Rumex hastatus D. Don 183

Fig. 3.83 Salvia moorcroftiana Wall. ex Benth 185

Fig. 3.84 Sageretia brandrethiana Atich., J.L.S 186

Fig. 3.85 Solanum nigrum L 188

Fig. 3.86 Solanum surratense Burm, f 189

Fig. 3.87 Tagetes minuta Linn 191

Fig. 3.88 Taraxacum officinale Webber 192

Fig. 3.89 Tribulus terrestris L 194

Fig. 3.90 Trichodesma indicum (L.) R. Br 196

Fig. 3.91 Tylophora hirsuta Linn 197

Fig. 3.92 Verbescum thapsus Linn 199

Fig. 3.93 Viola canescens Wall. ex Roxb 200

Fig. 3.94 Vitex negundo Linn 202

Fig. 3.95 Vitis vinifera Linn 203

Fig. 3.96 Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal 205

Fig. 3.97 Woodfordia fruticosa (L.) S. Kurz 206

Fig. 3.98 Zanthoxylum armatum DC. Prodor 208

Fig. 3.99 Zizyphus numalaria Linn 210

Fig. 3.100 Zizyphus oxyphylla Edgew 212

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