Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2013)
Antimicrobial Properties and Characterization of Phytoconstituen
Author(s): Nanda Nautiyal* and Vir Singh
Abstract: Oak (Quercus leucotichophora) and pine (Pinus roxburghii) are the two most dominant forest types occurring in Indian Central Himalayas. CO2 mitigation potential of these two forest types was observed in the present study. Carbon stock densities for AGTB, BB, LHG, DWS, AGSB and SOC were estimated and higher values were recorded in oak forest stands. Total carbon density estimated was 2420.54 Mg/ha for oak forest of Gopeshwar and 986.93 Mg/ha for pine forest of Nandprayag. CO2 mitigation potential of oak forest of Gopeshwar was recorded to be 8,713.94 CO2e and of pine forests 3552.95 CO2e.
Share of Oak and Pine Forests in Carbon Mitigation Potential
How to cite this article:
Nanda Nautiyal* and Vir Singh. Antimicrobial Properties and Characterization of Phytoconstituen. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2013; 2(1): 43-48.