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Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research
The nutritional composition and minerals content of some wild edible plants of different botanical families growing in the Meghalaya state, India e.g the bulb of Dioscorea bulbifera, the underground stem of Homalomena aromatica, flowers of Phlogacanthus curviflorus, leaves of Medinilla erythrophylla, Ardisia humilis and fruits of Careya arborea, used by the local tribal people were analysed. For different plant species the crude fat content ranged between 0.17±0.008-1.39±0.03 %. The crudefatcat:lznowp33tfdv5eoy2dtja2ko7i