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H HERBAL GARDEN At-A-GLANCE
Department of Botany, Faculty of Science Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi-110062 Website: www.jamiahamdard.edu/www.jamiahamdard.ac.in
J.H. HERBAL GARDEN At-A-GLANCE 1989-2011
Department of Botany, Faculty of Science Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi-110062 Website: www.jamiahamdard.edu/www.jamiahamdard.ac.in
FOUNDER OF THE UNIVERSITY Institute of History of Medicine and Medical Research was founded by Late Hakeem Abdul Hameed Sahib, a world renowned practitioner of Unani Medicine in 1962 under Hamdard National Foundation and was given the status of deemed university by the University Grants Commission in 1989.
MISSION The Herbal Garden of Jamia Hamdard strives on economic activity relating to cultivation, propagation and conservation of herbal plants including rare, endangered, threatened and endemic plants from different agro-climatic zones of India for sustainable supply of raw material to the herbal and aromatic departments/industries for viable research /enterprise.
OBJECTIVES • To introduce the plants from different geographical zones for having medicinal importance at commercial level. • To design the agro -techniques for cultivation and propagation of medicinal plants and standardize them. • Document and inventorise all the medicinal plants growing in herbal garden on the basis of their passport data. • Raising the biomass (ex-situ conservation) for research and teachin g departments and for exchange programmes. • To study and assess various environmental stresses on the medicinal plants affecting their secondary metabolites. • To establish Germplasm bank , seed bank /gene bank for all the accessions collected and transplanted from various agro-climatic zones.
PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES 1. Introduction of medicinal and aromatic plants from north-west regions of India for their diversity assessment. 2. Developing cultivation methods of medicinal and aromatic plants for their demonstration. 3. Conservation strategies of rare, endangered and threatened species of Delhi and its surrounding states. 4. Conducting agro-techniques of medicinal and aromatic plants. 5. T ransplantation of Germplasm at larger scale. 6. Establishment of Germplasm and seed banks of potentially important medicinal and aromatic plants. 7. Production of seeds of tropical and temperate medicinal plants. 8. Data compilation and accession of seeds of potentially important medicinal and aromatic plants. 9. To serve as repository for future research and teaching.
UNITS OF HERBAL GARDEN
Herbal garden has the following units: • Plant introduction unit • Potted plant unit • Experimental unit • Climbers unit • Germplasm repositories • Propagation sites • Medicinal arboretum • Phytotrons (controlled growth chamber)
From this perspective the strides made by the department of botany towards setting up and maintaining a Botanical garden are impressive. shrubs and trees are flourishing. Considerable efforts are being made to conduct research on herbs to harvest their potential for drug designing as well as drug delivery. The establishment of herbal garden was also one of the ambitions and desire of the founder of Jamia Hamdard . Growth and evolution are the hallmark of a vibrant organization. Our faculty of Science has centre for Transgenic Plant development within the department of Bio-technology with state of the art facilities.N. late Hakeem Abdul Hameed. I appreciate the efforts which have been put in bringing out this information. The main purpose of the garden is to facilitate the experimental work and initiate the ex-situ conservation of rare medicinal plants. I am sure that the Botanical garden in the Jamia Hamdard campus will play a very important role in educating people and serve as a training centre for the students and the herbal practitioners. (Dr.FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR’S DESK It is hearting to note that the Department of Botany . Jamia Hamdard is bringing out the first Brochure on Herbal Garden Jamia Hamdard has privilege to set up a herbal garden within the campus which spreads on six acres of land where about 150 species of important traditional medicinal and aromatic plants. the Botanical garden is also catering to the needs of this facility. G.QAZI) . herbs.
FROM THE HEAD. being used in Indian systems of medicine and also in designing the herbal drugs. convention complex. Herbal garden has raised huge repository of commercially important medicinal and aromatic plants growing in Delhi and its adjoining states and areas. The general lack of information and limited knowledge of Herbal diversity of the common people will increase through the present publication. where trees shrubs. faculties of Science and Unani medicine. T he main aim of the herbal garden is to cater the needs of teaching and research departments. Jamia Hamdard established in 1989. Javed Ahmad ) . scholar’s house and residential quarters. I congratulate the consultants for their efforts and convey my best wishes for this publication. 6 acres have been earmarked for herbal garden. the university is planning to organise regular training courses for the people associated with cultivation and making the rare herb for indigenous Health Care Systems. modern sports facilities. Late Hakeem Abdul Hamid and it has 97 acres of land. DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY’S DESK Conservation of plant assumes a greater importance in the world because its diversity gets lost unprecedently which compels the scientific community to conserve and preserve t he plant species now on the IUCN red data list for their conservation on priority. The present document serves preliminary information on medicinal and aromatic plants used for herbal drugs. (Prof. Specific portion of land has been used for arboreal plants. In near future. The herbal garden also serves a road map for the people to get training for establishing herbal gardens in their places of residence as home gardens. is situated on Mehrauli-Badarpur road. the campus has seven faculties. The herbal garden has well irrigation systems for scientifically designed beds for cultivation and propagation of plant materials procured from different agro climatic zones. Out of the total land area. Herbal garden is being maintained for its specific objectives like conservation and propagation of rare. whose founder was the world renowned Unani Physician. a beautiful central library. climbers and herbs are grown and cultivated. I appreciate the efforts of the Dean and my predecessor and wish grand success on this outdoor academic activity. and endemic medicinal and aromatic plants and to make inventories and document them on their passport data.
The herbal garden generally consists of all the herbs which have medicinal and aromatic properties. Presently medicinal and aromatic plants are becoming increasingly economically important due to growing demand for herbal products in the domestic and global market and over 90% of the medicinal plants used by pharmaceutical industry are harvested from the wild in an unsustainable manner. Number of advantages are gained from the establishment of herbal garden as is ready fresh natural resource available for ingredients medicinally.1. 5. 3. cultural and political pressure not because they are in-effective. The main aim of the garden is to conserve all the accessions of Plant Germplasm for repository and Germplasm Banks.230kg/ha Sulphur (S)-17.33 kg/ha Zinc (Zn). JAMIA HAMDARD 1. The main aim of the herbal garden is to preserve and promote the medicinal values of the plants which grow mostly wild.3.17% Phosphorus (P).0. As a result of destructive harvesting of medicinal plants and loss and fragmentation of natural habitats majority of the species now in red list of the international union of conservation of nature (IUCN) Both the folk medicinal culture and the codified classical health system of medicine is eroding due to economic.7. 2. 4. SOIL ANALYSIS OF HERBAL GARDEN.113 kg/ha Nitrogen (N). Keeping in view the importance of herbal garden Jamia Hamdard has established an Herbal Garden spread over 6 acres of land where more than 200 rare.7 kg/ha Potassium (K). in our surrounding and whose properties are beneficial in maintaining a balance between man and nature.HERBAL GARDEN Establishment of Herbal garden is a part of the house hold landscape throughout the world since time immemorial and all such gardens are often valued for their essence and beauty. Herbal gardens are the precious source of raw material for medicinal remedies used in primary health care. 7.02 .31 mg/kg pH of running water – 8. 6.88 Organic carbon . Herbal Garden at Jamia Hamdard serves an important tool for teaching and research in other related faculty of science and pharmacy. threatened and commercially important medicinal plants have been introduced from various regions of Northern India for cultivation and propagation. Ph.
Apiaceae Asclepiadaceae Scrophulariacea e Nyctaginaceae 15 Boerhaavia diffusa L.List of some commonly used plants in the Indian Systems of Medicine growing in the herbal garden.f. Aloe vera (L.Punarnava 16 Bryophyllum pinnatum(Lam. Sterculiaceae Asteraceae Araceae Asteraceae Liliaceae Zingiberaceae Zingiberaceae Devil’s cotton Milfoil . Anacyclus pyrethrum (L. Asclepias tuberosa L. Jamia Hamdard.) Lag.) Willd. Malvaceae Marsh Mallow Khatmi khairo Atrilal Akarkara /Gul- 9 10 11 Ammi majus L. Angiosperms Annual& Perennial Herbs S.) Nees. Acorus calamus L. Alpinia galanga (L.) L. Hog.No Botanical name Family English name Common /Unani/Ayurvedi c name s Ulatkambal Biranjasif Bach/Vaj Uchanti Gheekanwar/Elva 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Abroma augusta (L.) Penn. Ageratum conyzoides L. Yarrow Sweet flag Goat weed Barbados aloe Snap ginger The galangal greater Khulanjan 8 Althea officinalis L. Apiaceae Asteraceae Crow’s feet Spanish pellitory paniculata Acanthaceae Creat . King of Kalmegh/ Kiryat bitters Celery Milkweed Thyme Gratiola Spreading weed Air plant Leaved Brahmi Ajmod 12 13 14 Apium graveolens L. Bacopa monnieri (L.) Burm. Achillea millefolium L. Andrographis (Burm.f. Alpinia calcarata Rosc.) Crassulaceae Zakhme –hayat .f.
Datura stramonium L. Linum usitatissimum L. Inula racemosa Hook.Schum. . Lepidium sativum L. Specht (syn: Costus speciosus (Koenig ) Sm. Apiaceae Fabaceae 29 30 31 Sweet fennel Liquorice Spiked Lily Garden cress Linseed Saunf Mulethi Hedychium spicatum Buch.) Asteraceae 22 23 24 25 26 Lemon grass Thorn apple Thorn apple Mad apple Cone flower Izkhir Dhatura Dhatura Dhatura --- 27 28 Elettaria cardamomum Maton Zingiberaceae Cardamom The light galangal Chhoti-elaichi ---- Eltingera elatior (Jack) R. (syn: Zingiberaceae Curcuma domestica Valeton) Cymbopogon citratus Stapf. Apiaceae Asteraceae Brassicaceae Linaceae Ginger Kapurkachri 32 33 34 35 Kuth Halim/Haloon Alsi . (syn: Alpinia speciosa K.f.) C.) Cichorium intybus L. Carthamus tinctorius L. Datura in noxia Mill. Cannabinaceae Asteraceae True hemp Safflower Crap ginger Bhang Kusum ----- Cheilocostus speciosus Zingiberaceae (Koenig.M. purpurea Poaceae Solanaceae Solanaceae Solanaceae (L.Oken 17 18 19 Cannabis sativa L.) Foeniculum vulgare Mill. Zingiberaceae Sm. Datura mete l L. Echinacea Moench.Zingiberaceae Ham Heracleum candicans Wall. Glycyrrhiza glabra L. Asteraceae 20 21 Chicory Turmeric Kasni Haldi Curcuma longa L.
) Briq.36 37 38 39 Majorana hortensis Moench Malva sylvestris L. Lamiaceae Nyctaginaceae Musaceae Lamiaceae Ranunculaceae 43 44 45 46 47 48 Garden mint Marvel of peru Edible banana Catnip Black cumin - Pahari pudina Gul-abbas Kela ---Kalaunji - Pittosporum napaulense (DC.) Pittosporaceae Rehder & Wilson Plantago major L. (syn: Coleus forskohlii (Poir. Matricaria chamomilla L. Plantaginaceae Plantaginaceae 49 50 51 Spogel seeds Blond psyllium Bartang Isabghol Plectranthus amboinicus Lamiaceae (Lour. Mentha longifolia (L. Lamiaceae Malvaceae Asteraceae Lamiaceae Sweet marjoram Malva Cham omile Murwa Khubazi Babuna Water mint. emend.) Spreng. Nepeta cataria L. C. ---Mexican mint 52 Kaffir potato Patharchur 53 --- Rasna 54 Amaryllidaceae Tuberose Gulshabbo/ . Mentha aquatica L. (syn: Coleus aromaticus Benth. Lamiaceae Huds Mentha spicata L. Asteraceae French thyme. Horse mint Peppermint P odina-filfili 42 Mentha piperita L. ) Plectranthus barbatus Lamiaceae Andrews. Plantago ovata Forsk. B. Mirabilis jalapa L. Lamiaceae Lamiaceae Carvone rich – P odina-barri mint. ) Pluchea lanceolata Clarke Polianthes tuberosa L. Nigella sativa L. Marsh Podina -nehri mint Japanese mint Pudina -filfemun 40 41 Mentha arvensis L. Musa paradisiaca L.) Huds.
Lamiaceae Lamiaceae Asteraceae Simaroubaceae Solanaceae Rosemary Egyptian sage Milk-Thistle Paradise tree Black nightshade Rusmari Tukham malanga ---Laxmitaru Makoi Solanum virginianum L.Rajnigandha 55 56 57 58 59 60 Rosmarinus officinals L.) Asteraceae Pruski (syn: Wedelia trilobata L. grandiflora Amaryllidaceae Zephyr -Flower .) Apiaceae 64 Ajwain 65 66 67 68 69 Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) Tagetes minuta L. Fabaceae Urginia indica Kunth Viola serpens Wall ex Ging. ammi (L. Withania somnifera Dunal Liliaceae Violaceae Valerianaceae Solanaceae Fenugreek Indian squill Sweet violet Indian valerian Winter cherry Hulba/ Methi Jangli piyaz Banafshah Mushkbala Asgand/ Ashwagandha 70 Zephyranthes Lindl. Valeriana wallichii DC. Simarouba glauca DC.) Sphagneticola trilobata (L. (syn: Solanaceae Solanum xanthocarpum Schrad & Wendl. Solanum nigrum L. Silybum marianum Gaertn. Salvia aegyptiaca L. Asteraceae Yellow -Berried Kateli Nightshade 61 Singapore daisy 62 63 Stinking -Roger Common Dandelion Carum Chhota Genda Kanphul/Dulal Taraxacum officinale Weber Asteraceae ex Wiggers Trachyspermum Sprague.
Ichnocarpus frutescens R.) Alston Connaraceae Vidhara Giloe Tinospora cordifolia (Willd. Asclepiadaceae Oleaceae Gurmar Peeli chameli 82 Mucuna prurita Hook. Asparagus racemosus Willd. Gloriosa superba L.Br.) Asclepiadaceae 85 Emetic Antamul Swallow-wort .f. Jasminum humile L. Tylophora Merrill. Vitaceae Hadjora 76 Clitoria ternatea Linn. Fabaceae Indian Liquorice ---Ghunghchi/ Ratti 72 Adenocalymma Mart. Fabaceae Kaunch 83 84 Rourea minor (Gaertn. Dioscoreaceae Apocynaceae Liliaceae Potato yam Black creeper Malabar Glory lily Miracle fruit Yellow jasmine Common Cowitch --Gulancha 80 81 Gymnema sylvestre R.) Menispermaceae Miers.ex DC. Fabaceae Aprajita/ Shankhpushpi Ratalu Kalidudhi Kalihari/ Karihari 77 78 79 Dioscorea bulbifera L. indica (Burm.Climbers 71 Abrus precatorius L. nitidum Bignoniaceae Lahsun Bel 73 74 Asparagus adscendens Roxb.Br. Liliaceae Liliaceae Musale Wild Asparagus EdibleStemmed Vine Butterfly pea Safed musli Satawar 75 Cisssus quadrangularis L.
Caesalpinia crysta Linn Calotropis gigantea (L. Annonaceae Asteraceae Custurd apple Absinthe. Theaceae Garden Camellia Peri winkle Celastrus Day jasmine Night jasmine Purple cestrum - 94 95 96 97 98 Catharanthus roseus G.Don. Acanthaceae Berberidaceae Bixaceae Caesalpiniaceae Asclepiadaceae Indian barberry Kilmora Annatto Tree Fever nut Crown flower Sinduri /Latkan Karanjwa Aak 93 Camellia japonica L. Holarrhena (L. Cestrum diurnum L. elegans Apocynaceae Celastraceae Solanaceae Solanaceae Sadabahar Malkangni Din ka raja Rat ki rani (Brongn. Verbenacae Indian Bdellium Tree Milk Bush Indian phalsa Kurchi bark Arni Guggal Commiphora wightii (Arn. Cestrum Schltdl.) R. Wormwood Crossandra Sharifa Vilayati afsanthin Vajradanti 88 89 90 91 92 Barleria prionitis L.Br. Artemisia absinthium Linn.Shrubs 86 87 Annona squamosa Linn. ex DC Bixa orellana Linn. Convolvulaceae Ivy- leaved Kala dana / Hab- .) Wall. Berberis asiatica Roxb. Celastrus paniculatus willd. Euphorbiaceae Tiliaceae 101 102 103 Sehund Falsa Kurchi/ Inder JoTalkh antidysenterica Apocynaceae 104 Ipomoea hederacea Jacq.) Burseraceae Bhandari Euphorbia tirucalli L. Cestrum nocturnum L. Grewia asiatica Mast.f.) Solanaceae 99 100 Clerodendrum phlomidis L.
) Ait. Oleaceae Arabian jasmine Physicnut Bellyachebush. Psoralea corylifolia L. Euphorbiaceae Euphorbiaceae Jangli arand 108 Jatropha integerrima Jacq. (syn: Acanthaceae Adhatoda zeylanica Nees) Lawsonia inermis L. Apocynaceae 118 Wild root snake Barachandrika 119 120 121 Rosa damascena Mill. Pelargonium graveolens L’Herit Oleaceae Pandanaceae Geraniaceae Harsinghar Keora Geranium 115 116 117 Plumbago zeylanica L.) Lythraceae (syn: Apocynaceae Arusa/ Bansa 110 111 Henna Indian Oleander Coral jasmine Screw -pine Scented geranium Heena / Mehndi Kaner 112 113 114 Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L. B lack Physicnut Fiddle-head jatropha Vasaca ul-nil Moghra / Motia 106 107 Jatropha curcas L. Sambucus canadensis L. Ruta graveolens L. Nerium indicum Mill.morning glory 105 Jasminum sambac (L. Jatropha gossypifolia L. Rosaceae Rutaceae Caprifoliaceae Damask rose Garden Rue American Elder Fasli gulab Sudab . Nerium oleander L. Pandanus fascicularis Lam. Plumbaginaceae Leadwort Fabaceae Scurfy pea Serpent root Chitrak Babchi AsrolSarpagandha/buti Rauvolfia serpentina Benth. Euphorbiaceae 109 Justicia adhatoda L.ex Apocynaceae Kurz Rauvolfia tetraphylla L.
122 123 124 125 126 127 Sarcostemma acidum voigt Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni Tamarix aphylla (L.B & K. Juss.) Merrill. Soma Lal-Jhau Piliya ---- Five leaved Nirgundi. Rutaceae Forbidden fruit Chakotra 138 Citron Bara nibu . indica Meliaceae Wood apple 132 Margosa Tree Neem 133 134 Bombax ceiba L.) J.Juss. Azadirachta A. Bombacaceae Silk cotton tree Chittagong Wood Indian Lignea Semul Chickrassy tabula ris Meliaceae 135 Cinnamomum tamala Lauraceae (Buch) Buch H.Don Vitex negundo L.Br Apocynaceae 129 Zanthoxylum alatum Roxb. chaste tree Sambhalu Pala plant Indigo Inderjao shirin 128 Wrightia tinctoria R. Presl Lauraceae Cassia Tezpatta 136 Camphor Kapur / Kafur 137 Citrus maxima Rutaceae (Burm. Chukrasia A. Cinnamomum camphora (L. Tecoma stans (L. Rutaceae Toothache tree Kababi-khandan /Timur Trees 130 Adansonia digitata L. Asclepiadaceae Asteraceae Tamaricaceae Bignoniaceae Caprifoliaceae Verbenaceae --Sweet leaf Tamarisk Yellow bells ---- Somlata .)karst. Viburnum co tinifolium D.Ham Nees & Eberm. Bombacaceae Baobab Kalp vriksha / Gorakh imli Bel 131 Aegle marmelos Rutaceae Correa ex Roxb. Citrus medica L.) H.
)Spreng.) Dubard Sapotaceae Ceylone iron Khirni wood/ Milk tree Trade -Mesua Drumst ick Tree Curry leaf tree Nagkesar Sajna. Clusiaceae Moringa oleifera Lam. Soajna Kurry patta 144 145 146 Mesua ferrea L.Don Quercus Thumb. Punicaceae Santalaceae Dadima/Anar Safeed/Chandan/Sandal . Santalum album L. Mimosaceae 149 Pongamia Pierre Prunus D. Dalbergia Roxb. Vilayati imli 148 Pithecellobium dulce Benth. Ullu plant/ Indian trumpet tree Manila Tamarind Jangal jalebi. Karanj pangam oil tree Himalyan Wild Padam Cherry Blue Oak Japanes - 150 cerasoides Rosaceae 151 glauca Fagaceae 152 Psidium guajava L. pinnata Fabaceae Indian Beech. koenigii Rutaceae 147 Oroxylum indicum Vent. Euphorbiaceae Indian Gooseberry Amla /Amlaj 143 Manilkara hexandra (Roxb. Myrtaceae Common Guava Pomegranate Sandal Tree Amrud 153 154 Punica granatum L. hudraki 142 Emblica officinalis Gaertn. Rutaceae Sweet orange Sissoo Narangi Sheesham sissoo Fabaceae 141 Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb.139 140 Citrus sinensis L. Moringaceae Murraya (L. Bignoniaceae Broken bones Arlu. Elaeoocarpaceae Utrasum Tree Bead Rudraksha.
mukorossi Sapindaceae Soapnut tree Reetha 156 Saraca asoka (Roxb.155 Sapindus Gaertn.) Wight & Arn.) Kurz pinnata Anacardiaceae Ashoka Asok 157 Indian senna Sena 158 Wild Mango Amara/ Jangliam 159 Syzygium cuminii (L. agnus-castus Verbenaceae --- Gymnosperms 165 166 Agathis sps. Combretaceae Bellaric Myrobalan Chebulic Myrobalan Chaste-Tree Bahera 163 T.) Caesalpiniaceae De Wilde Senna alexandrina Caesalpiniaceae Mill.) Pinaceae Himalayan C edar -Deodar 167 Cryptomeria japonica (L. Cedrus Loud.Don Cycas circinalis L. chebula Retz Combretaceae Har 164 Vitex Linn. Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) Pinaceae D. Cycadaceae Japanese C edar Dhupi 168 --- Janglimadan mast ka phul - 169 Ginkgo biloba L.f. deodara Araucariaceae (Roxb. Caesalpiniaceae Combretaceae Tamarind Tree Trade -Arjun Imli Arjuna 162 Terminalia bellirica Roxb.) Spondias (L. (syn: Cassia angustifolia Vahl. Ginkgoaceae Maidenhair Tree .) Skeels Myrtaceae Black P lum Jaman 160 161 Tamarindus indica L.f.
Pteris aquilinum Kuhn Polypodiaceae Equisetacceae Pteridaceae Horse tail Kakhash Black spleenwort Adiantaceae MaidenhairFern Hansraj 178 179 180 - . Cupressaceae Oriental Vitae Arbor- 175 Zamia furfuracea Ait. Dryopteris flix-mas Equiestum arvense L. 177 Asplenium adiantum-nigrum Aspleniaceae L. Pinus roxburghii Sarg. Cycadaceae Cardboard palm --- Pteridophytes 176 Adiantum capillus-veneris L. Birmi/Zarnab Morepankhi 174 Thuja orientalis L.170 171 172 173 Juniperus communis L. Taxodium distichum Rich Taxus baccata L. Pinaceae Pinaceae Taxodiaceae Taxaceae Common Juniper Chir Pine Bald Cypress Common Yew Abhal Chir --Thuno.
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE GARDEN FRONT VIEW CENTRAL VIEW .
Abelmoschus esculentus (Linn. .) Moench Achillea millefolium L.
Althaea officinalis L. Aloe barbadensis Mill Andrographis paniculuata Wall. Alpinia galanga Willd. .
Barleria lupulina Lindl.Artemisia absinthium L. . Barleria prionitis L. Asclepias tuberosa L.
. Cassia fistula L.Carthamus tinctorius L. Cassia tora L.
Different accessions of Catharanthus roseus G.Don. .
Citrullus colocynthis Schrad. .Cestrum elegans Schlecht. Cichorium intybus L.
Clitoria ternatea L. . Datura metel L.
Gloriosa superba L.Echinacea purpurea ( L.) Moench Ginkgo biloba L. .
Br. Justicia adhatoda L. .Hibiscus rosa –sinensis L. Ichnocarpus frutescens R.
Linum usitatissimum L. Matricaria chamomilla L. .
. Ocimum sanctum L.Mucuna p rurita Hook. Ocimum basilicum L. Nigella sativa L.
Plantago ovata Forsk. Psoralea corylifolia L.ex Kurz . Rauvolfia serpentina Benth.Plumbago zeylanica L.
Rosmarinus officinalis L. Ruta graveolens L. Silybum marianum Gaertn Taxus baccata L. .
) Merrill .f.Taraxacum officinale Weber ex Wiggers Tinospora cordifolia (Willd) Tylophora indica (Burm.
Urginia indica Kunth Woodfordia fruticosa Kurz Withania somnifera Dunal .
FIELD VIEW OF HARVEST OF THE PLANT Massive root system of the plant (Withania somnifera ) .
Showing the length of root of the plant (maximum length-6 feet) Biomass of fresh material and drying under the shade. .
Histology of Withania somnifera (Root) Transections of Withania somnifera Pitted vessel Fibres .
A view of an experiment to see N-Utiliz ation efficiency Store room A Net House Phytotrons (Controlled Growth Chambers ) .
Jairam Ramesh with Dr.Qazi ( Honourable Vice Chancellor.G. Jamia Hamdard) Prof Javed Ahmad and Research Scholars.Jairam Ramesh .N. . Govt of India(Independent charge) Planted a medicinal tree Spondias pinnata dated 4th Oct 2009 Mr.VISITS OF VIPs Mr. the Honourable Minister of State for Environment.
G.Sultan Ahmad planted a medicinal tree (Adansonia digitata L.Mr.Sultan Ahmad.) .Qazi and Prof.N. Govt of India with Dr.Javed Ahmad dated 6 th November 2009 Mr. the Honourable Union Minister of State for Tourism.
Dwivedi’ Head. Government of India. of Botany. Head.) . Government of India.Javed Ahmad (Head. New Delhi Prof. Jamia Hamdard) Prof.) Nees & Eberm.K. New Delhi with Prof.Dwivedi.K. 5th August-2010 by ‘Prof. Deptt.Dwivedi planted a medicinal plant (Cinnamomum camphora (Linn. NCSTC and Advisor to DST.Inaugration of plantation campaign. NCSTC and Advisor to DST .K.K.
R.Prof T.Sinha . Group Photograph of M.C. NESA planted a medicinal tree (Wrightia tinctoria R.).Br.Sc Botany students after Plantation-2011 . General Secretary .
Javed Ahma d with the students of Pre Tibb.Prof. Faculty of Unani Medicine. Jamia Hamdard .
USA Dated 12th January .Visits of foreign delegates Visit of the Nursing Students of Oshkosh University Wisconsin. 2011 .
Jamia Hamdard Group Photograph of students of Oshko sh University Wisconsin. . of Botany .M. USA inside the Herbal Garden. USA with Dr.Afa q.A. 2011.Malik (Resarch Scholar) & Mr.M.Nadim (JRF) Deptt.The students of Oshkosh University Wisconsin. Jamia Hamdard Dated 12th January.
S. Cambridge. (JRF) Deptt. Nottingham Trent University.) visited herbal garden with Dr. Jamia Hamdard. Ann Priest and Sandra Hollis with Mr. Nadim (JRF) dated 17th Feb 2011. Nadim. of Botany. M.Ann Priest (Pro Vice. Anglia Ruskin University. Raisuddin (Advisor Research) and Mr. International and Development.Chancellor and Head of College of Art & Design and Built environment . M.) and Sandra Hollis ( Pro Vice Chancellor. M. New Delhi . M. UK. UK.
dated 27 March 2011. Dr. .Syed Asad Pasha .Dr.Asad Pasha watering the newly planted sapling.Deputy Advisor (Unani ) Dept of AYUSH planted a medicinal tree th Manilkara hexandra (Roxb.) Dubard which is known as Khirni in Unani.
Head. Dr.Deputy Advisor (Unani) Dept of AYUSH discussing the future plan of the herbal garden with Prof.Sayed Asad Pasha . Deptt. Faculty of Unani Medicine and Prof Javed Ahmad .Syed Asad Pasha .Javed Ahmad.Akram . of Botany.Dr.Mohd. Jamia Hamdard Dr. .Deputy Advisor Unani Dept of AYUSH .
March 27 2011 . Departure of Dr.Deputy Advisor (Unani) Dept of AYUSH from the herbal garden after plantation programme.Prof.Syed Asad Pasha . Javed Ahmad showing different types of cultivation methods to the chief guest.
Palampur.A Visit to the Institute of Himalayan Biore source Technology (IHBT) . . HP fo r the purpose of plant collection dated 18th April 2011 A view of tea plantation at IHBT. Palampur.
Palampur .ex DC at IHBT.Berberis asiatica Roxb.
Bikram Singh.M. Palampur ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS • The Department of ISM & Homeopathy is highly acknowledged for providing the initial funds for upgradation of the herbal garden after formation of the University. • The Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (C.Pro f.) is highly acknowledged for providing the funds to carry out the project on “ Multiplication and Upgradation of some prioritized Medicinal plants used in the Unani system of medicine” .B.) is highly acknowledged for providing the funds to carry out the project on “Cultivation of medicinal plants ( exsitu) and their conservation through development of seed banks on medicinal flora of Delhi & Haryana”. IHBT. Scientist F. Javed Ahmad discussing with Dr.P.M.R. • The National Medicinal Plants Board (N.C.U.
Electrophoresis set up.Botany instead of M. Spectronic 20. A Post-graduate Diploma in Environmental Monitoring and Impact Assessment is also run by the department through distance mode of learning.DEPARMENT OF BOTANY The Department of Botany came into exictence in 1989. clonal multiplication and preservation of endangered species • Proteomics of nitrogen-efficient and nitrogen-inefficient rice and wheat • Development of nanosensors for measurement of in vivo flux of metabolites RESEARCH FACILITIES The Department has well equipped laboratories for research. degree in Environmental Botany. environmental botany.D degree . Laminar air flow. Water deionizer. The teachers of the Department have been acknoleged for their excellence and creativity by various agencies of National/International. IRGA (Photosynthesis System) . the academic session 2009-10. PH meters. The nomenclature of M. Muffale furnace. During the last 20 years . medicobotany and plant biotechnology.Sc. Wate rbath shaker incubators.f. Deep freezer (-80). Sliding and rotary microtomes. Transilluminator. structural & developmental botany. Alumni of the department have distinguished themselves as teachers and scientists occupying important position in research istitutions.e. Gel documentation system and Nikons . The post-graduate teaching started in 1994 leading to the award of M. Flame photometer. Referigerated microfuges. (Environmental Botany) w. universities and non-governmental oprganizations.Sc. Leaf area meters.Sc course has been changed to M.Sc. BOD incubators. THRUST AREAS OF RESEARCH • • • • • • Plant response to heavy metal and environmental stresses Air pollution impact on plant form . Shakers. The available equipments include Growth chambers .function and medicnal properties Characterization of medicinal plants Ethnobotany and plant systematics Meristematic behaviour and radial growth in plants Tissue culture studies for alkaloid production. Microven. as many as 56 students have benn awarded Ph. has developed strong research programmes in the fields of stress physiology. Environmental shaker incubator.
Reader Abdul Mujeeb. Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) . Associate Professor Mahmooduzzafar. Spectrophotometers. M Phill. Central Institute for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP). Nagpur.D. Department of Environment (DOEn). FAEB.D. Ph. Lucknow .D. Ph. Sound Level Meter and Gas & Dust Analysing System . New Delhi.. M Phill.Siddiqi. biostatistics and bioinformatics are expected tofind opportunities in different orgaiztions such as Department of Science & Technology (DST). Rotavapor. Chlorophyll Flourometer.Sc. FNESA. Leaf area meter. in addition of the different universities. Professor (Head) Muhammad Iqbal. Colleges and several NGOs. Forest Research Institute ( Dehradun. M. Assistant Professor Altaf Ahmad. Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR) . Professor M. Ph. M Phill. Central Pollution Control Board( and simliar State depts) various research institute like National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) ... Department of Biotechnolgy (DBT) . Ph. Professor T. Assistant Professor . MSc. ACADEMIC STAFF Javed Ahmad. M Phill. Associate Professor Shahid Umer. Weather station attached with gas monitoring sensors. FLS. New Delhi.D. FNASc. and TATA Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) . Ph. with a background in plant biotechnolgy... Plant canopy Analyzer. Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) ..P. Coimbatore & Peechi etc). Lucknow .D. A fully developed Herbal Garden is also there for ex-situ conservation and Multiplcation of medicinal plants. Ph. M Phill.. Lucknow . JOB AVENUES The students.Sharma. A modest Green House and an Environmentally controlled Glass House are also available.D. Ph.Phase contrast microscope with photography attachment. MSC.D..O.
Drug Museum in Department of Botany Seed Bank in Department of Botany .
Sc IV semester-2011 .P ractical examination of the students of M.Sc II semester-2011 Practical examination of the students of M.
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