alexa Abstract | Taxus: An Endangered Genus
ISSN: 2320-0189

Research & Reviews: Journal of Botanical Sciences
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Abstract

Gymnosperms are the plants of the unique origin. They have a strong different kinds of the life of the evolution in the phylogenetic pathway. The lineages of the lines goes in the different direction. In that case a single line of the evolution cannot be drawn for All taxa’s. In that scenario we are analyzing the genus Taxus of the coniferales the genus is widely distributed in all part of the world. The belt of the plant can be found in the North and south America as well as some places of the Australia and the Germany. In India the plant can be found in the Himalayas as well as in the Nilgiri forest. However the data of the plants shows that the plant is near to endangerment, since habitat loss and the cutting of the forest of the Taxus is the key factor for the disappearance of the tree. Conservation n efforts in-stu as well as ex-situ are required for the conservation of the tree.

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Author(s): Teena Garawal

Keywords

Taxus, conservation, Hunting, Habitat destruction, evolution lines., Plant Pathology, Plant Taxonomy, Plant Morphology

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