Hi, I am Vinod Devidas Devarkar, My LiveDNA is 91.506
Dr. Vinod Devidas Devarkar
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Botany from Amravati University, India
Institute: Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji College, Omerga, India
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Taxonomy of Angiosperms
  •   Systematics
  •   Ethnobotany
  •   Ecology
URL: http://livedna.org/91.506
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 1999. Additions to the Flora of Melghat. Some rare and uncommon plants. Technical Bulletin, No. VII. The Directorate, Project Tiger, Melghat, Amravati. (Maharashtra, India)..
2:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2001. Studies in ethanobotany of korkus of melghat (Amravati District) II drugs for urino-genital disorders. BRI`S J. Adv. Sci. Technol., 4: 67-68.
3:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2001. Studies in ethnobotany of melghat (Amravati Dist. Amravati) I antisterility drugs. BRI`S J. Adv. Sci. Technol., 4: 63-66.
4:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2002. Pharmacognostic studies in some asteraceous ethnomedicinal plants of korkus of melghat, Dist. Amravati (M.S.). BRI`S J. Adv. Sci. Technol., 5: 28-32.
5:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2002. Some unique ethnomedicinal plants of korkus of melghat tiger reserve (Maharashtra). Ethanobotany, 14: 16-19.
6:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2006. Pharmacognostic studies on padmacarini. Aryavaidyan, 20: 74-79.
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7:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2007. Korku Uses of Some Lesser Known Monocotyledonous Ethnomedicinal Plants of MelGhat (Dist. Amravati). In: Herbal Technology: Recent Trends and Progress, Vartak, V.D. et al. (Eds.). Scientific Publishers, India, pp: 31-36.
8:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2008. Some ethnomedicinally important new plant reports from Melghat. J. Econ. Taxon Bot., 32: 214-215.
9:   Bhogaonkar, P.Y. and V.D. Devarkar, 2009. Some Ethnomedicinally Important New Reports from Melghat. In: Phytotherapeutic Wisdom of Indian Rural Aboriginals, Singh, V. (Ed.). Article No. 33. Scientific Publishers, India.
10:   Devarkar, V.D. and M.P. Joshi, 2011. Phytosociological studies of Bodhghat area Dist. Dantewada with reference to importance value index (IVI). In Bionano Frontier (Special Issue-NCRNAIIAT), 22-23: 53-57.
11:   Devarkar, V.D. and M.P. Joshi, 2011. Study of change in air quality at the Merck ltd., Goa (India) Due to expansion of pharmaceutical unit. Biosci. Discov., 2: 21-28.
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12:   Devarkar, V.D., 2010. Plants of great medicinal value from Korku ethnomedicine. Biosci. Disc., 1: 21-25.
13:   Devarkar, V.D., V.R. Marathe and D.P. Chavan, 2011. Dietary and medicinal significance of wild vegetables from Osmanabad region, Maharashtra. Life Sci. Leaflets, 11: 317-332.
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