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Table 4 Comparison of medicinal plant species of NavaPind/Shahpur Virkan and Allied areas

From: An ethnopharmacological evaluation of Navapind and Shahpur Virkanin district Sheikupura, Pakistan for their herbal medicines

  Area Study year No. of recorded plant species Total species common in both area Species enlisted only in study area Species enlisted only in aligned area Plant with similar uses (%) Plant with dissimilar uses (%) JI Citation
1. Thar desert, Pakistan 2015 87 16 81 72 60 6.66 10.8 [18]
3. District Mastung of Balochistan 2014 102 12 84 90 16.66 83.33 7.40 [35]
4. Makerwal & Gulla Khel, Pakistan 2013 131 28 68 103 35.71 64.2 19.58 [49]
5. Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan 2013 49 7 89 42 57.14 42.85 5.64 [93]
6. Malakand, Pakistan 2013 92 14 82 78 42.85 57.14 9.58 [11]
7. Lesser Himalayas-Pakistan 2013 45 8 88 37 37.5 62.5 6.83 [68]
8. Cholistan Desert, Pakistan 2012 90 4 92 86 50 50 2.29 [66]
9. Bhera, District Sargodha, Pakistan 2012 97 32 64 65 37.5 62.5 32.98 [45]
10. Dir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan 2012 67 18 78 49 33.33 66.66 16.51 [53]
11. Pind Dadan Khan, district Jhelum, Punjab, Pakistan 2011 69 14 82 55 35.71 64.28 11.38 [46]
12. Khushab, Punjab, Pakistan 2011 48 15 81 33 26.66 73.33 15.15 [54]
13. Dir Kohistan valleys, KPK, Pakistan 2011 65 9 87 56 66.66 33.33 6.71 [73]
14. Kabal, Swat District, KPK, Pakistan 2011 140 24 72 116 25 75 14.63 [9]
15. Southern Rajasthan, India 2010 31 5 91 26 40 60 4.46 [98]
16. Chitral valley, Pakistan 2009 83 7 89 76 14.28 85.71 4.43 [99]
17. Mahal Kohistan (Khirthar National Park) 2007 50 11 86 40 36.36 63.63 8.62 [76]
  Average   73.29 13.17 77.29 60.23 36.19 55.94 10.41