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PEC 2018, 5(11): 1-15 Back to browse issues page
Medicinal plants, aromatic, Pasture and rare in protected area of Badr and paryshan, city Qorveh, Kurdistan
Salah Moetamedi1, Sarah Khorasaninejad *
1- Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources , skhorasaninejad@yahoo.com
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Badr and Parishan protected area with elevation range of 1800- 3200m ASL and 12 kilometers south of the city in Kurdistan province is Qorveh. The lack of a comprehensive study of flora area, improper use of the habitat area, improper harvesting of medicinal plants and overgrazing of livestock without to consider preparation area of ​​vegetation, preparation area of ​​vegetation species identify threatened was redoubled. Study of flora area showed that 25 families and 104 species in this region. In this study, medicinal, aromatic, grassland and rare species were studied. The most genus were Asteraceae and Poaceae with 18 and 15, respectively and berberidaceae, Poaceae and Fabaceae had the lowest number in the region with one genus, biological classification Raunchier system showed that most species are hemicryptophytes (67%) and therophytes (13%), and 8 endangered species were identified in the study. The country's rich natural areas from one side and threating of ecosystems the other hand must be attended. A series of simple and complete solutions, but effective, based on international experience, with a focus on education and public participation must be adopted that it can be obtain vital for preserving and restoring from these valuable resources.
Keywords: Badr and paryshan, flora, industrial grade, medicinal plants, rare species.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2016/12/20 | Accepted: 2017/05/11 | Published: 2018/05/25
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moetamedi S, khorasaninejad S. Medicinal plants, aromatic, Pasture and rare in protected area of Badr and paryshan, city Qorveh, Kurdistan. PEC. 2018; 5 (11) :1-15
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