Forest and Range land Plants Biodiversity

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collection of forest and range land plant species
  • Conservation of forest and range land plant species in situ (mainly in natural high forests and dry woodlands), and     ex situ (gene bank, field gene banks and botanic gardens)
  • Characterization of forest and range land plant species and accessions for their desirable traits
  • Restoration of degraded forest and range land ecosystems and threatened species
  • Distribution of forest and range land plant accessions for research and development purposes
  • Research on various aspects of conservation and sustainable use of forest and range landplants including forest vegetation inventories, and species diversity dynamics
  • Establishment of national herbarium

Services, currently provided by the directorate

  • Distribution of forest and range land plant accessions for users
  • Educational visit to students, scholars and researchers on gene bank, field gene banks, herbarium and botanic gardens
  • Advisory services for the policy in reconciling development and conservation
  • Plant identification service

Facilities

  • Processing, drying and cold room facilities
  • Seed germination and testing laboratory
  • Herbarium facilities

Research work (Present and Past )

  • Ecology and diversity of vascular plants in forest and rangeland ecosystems
  • Storage behavior of plant species with uncertain storage behavior
  • Exploration, collection and characterization of crop wild relatives and forage plants
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