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Figure 3 | Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

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From: Dietary use and conservation concern of edible wetland plants at indo-burma hotspot: a case study from northeast India

Figure 3

Bar diagram showing percent Use value (A), Taste preference (B), Availability status (C) and Conservation status (D) of wetland plants in Manipur state, Northeast India (ranking for 'Use' and 'Taste' status comprised as: (a) occasionally used, (b) preferred but not so common, (c) commonly preferred, and (d) most preferred; for 'Availability' status: (a)- rare, (b) available but not so common, (c) commonly available, and (d) extensively available; and for 'Conservation' status: (a) no conservation required at present, (b) conservation required but not so urgent, (c) conservation urgently required, and (d) conservation highly required).

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