Volume : IV, Issue : XII, December - 2014

Biotic pressure due to choice of plant species for domestic livestock in Sariska tiger reserve

Anil Kumar Dular

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The Sariska tiger reseve in Aravallis has its own importance and specific characteristics endowed with unique biodiversity. In the present study an attempt has been made to ascertain the current status of the choice of plants species for the domesticated livestock with their different parts in the all possible study area. Attention is focused on one of the important reserve forest of state of Rajasthan with pace of their endemism and facing number of challenges in this reserve. In present study emphasize on biotic pressure occurred inside and outside of reserve due to grazing with choice of plants species by domesticated livestock which are prevailing inside and outside periphery of the reserve. Several studies so far in this field of domesticated livestock grazing in different reserve areas like Mathur1991,Rogers1990, 1991, Panwar 1985, Studsrod and Wegge1995,Singh etal.1995, Katewa, 1996, Grau and Brown 2000, Silori, 2001 emphasize the impact on biodiversity and crisis on natural reserves which are gift of nature and having aesthetic importance.

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Anil Kumar Dular Biotic Pressure Due to Choice of Plant Species for Domestic Livestock in Sariska Tiger Reserve Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.4, Issue : 12 December 2014

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