Distribution Pattern and Enumeration of Various Plant Species in Rangareddy District - Telangana StateAuthor(s): Naresh K, Avinash KJ and Venkateshwar C
Rangareddy is one of the districts of Telangana state which is known for its low nutrient soils supporting growth of some of the inferior plants species 2016 (Feb) - 2017 (Feb). This research have emphasized on dividing the vegetation found in the district in to two categories that is forest vegetation and non- forest vegetation. The vegetation found in the field area was further divided in to various groups depending on morphological characters shown by them. A vast exploration was conducted where in the researcher have visited various niches to observe the versatility seen in the respective regions. It has been found that the field area is inhabited by various types of plants belonging to families like Leguminosae, (109) Poaceae (70), Cyperaceae (56), Euphorbiaceae (33), Asteraceae (32), Acanthaceae (24), Rubiaceae (19), Convolvulaceae (17), Lamiaceae (17) and Asclepiadaceae (14). During the studies the predominant of the plants observed belonged to Leguminosae family. This study can be further preceded by doing a detailed analysis of the soil for its physicochemical characters which specifically supported the growth of Leguminosae members.