The present study documented ethnobotanical uses of 156 plant species belonged to 93 genera and 51 families listed from five villages of Tolipir landscape (Ali Sojhal, Kanchi Kot, Khori Chana, Kahoo Kot and Noor Kot villages). Study revealed that most of the species were used medicinally, leaves found to be the most frequently used part, for preparation of indigenous recipes and fodder purpose. The current study empirically contributes a huge chunk of ethnobotanical knowledge and depicts its strong connection with indigenous traditions. It is an urgent need to document indigenous uses of plants for future domestication.
Faiz, A. H.,
Hassan, M. u.,
Khan, F. M.,
Faiz, L. Z.,
& Farooq, H.
Plants and Their Uses; How Communities of Tolipir, Pakistan Get Benefit,
Journal of Bioresource Management, 5