Traditional Dye Yielding Plants of Firozabad, U.P., India

Authors

  • Kalpana Singh Department of Botany, B.S.A. College, Mathura-281001, India.
  • P. K. Mathur Department of Botany, B.S.A. College, Mathura-281001, India.

Keywords:

Ethnobotanical studies, Dye, Firozabad

Abstract

District Firozabad is a city of glass work and Bangles. It is also a rich source of ethnobotanical studies. Local weavers and ethnic communities use plant dyes for imparting different shades to their clothes, hands, hairs and food items. About 19 plant species belonging to 17 families of Dicots, mostly trees and herbs have been identified as traditional dye yielding plants.

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Published

01-04-2012

How to Cite

Singh, K., & Mathur, P. K. (2012). Traditional Dye Yielding Plants of Firozabad, U.P., India. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology, 3(2), 115–118. Retrieved from https://e-journal.sospublication.co.in/index.php/jalrb/article/view/110

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