By Sandhya Agrawal
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A large chunk of land falling into the river could generate large waves that could breach the dam or could cause an overflow. Instances of landslips that caused enormous floods in the Indus River in Pakistan are reported. dentify landslide prone regions, from the point of seismic hazard associated with high dams in the Himalaya. A major issue of contention regarding the Tehri dam has been the choice of peak ground acceleration (PGA). 12 g. 25 g, which was considered inadequate by many workers. Specialists from Russia have also been involved in the evaluation of the seismic hazard at the dam site and checking the dam's safety.
4%) Common in Alpine and subalpine zone of the Himalayas from Indus to Kumaon from 6000 to 15000 ft. from the sea level. Local clones Propagation through seeds in rainy season Root alkaloids: hetrophylsive, hetrophylline and hetrophyllidine, heteratisine, artisine, altidine, F dihydroatisine, Isatisine, Hetisine, Hetidines and Hetisinone. Roots are dried and powdered Not exploited commercially: Roots are exported Antipyretic, antiperiodic, aphrodisiac, astringent tonic. Used in diarrhoea, indigestion, cough troubles during dentition in children.
8. CHANDAN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Name of Medicinal Plant Family Actual Ingredients Distribution I Cultural Practices . i. Varieties/Types/Clones released/identified ii. Propagation methods and planting time iii. Fertiliser dozes iv. Irrigation schedule v. 5-6%) A small evergreen tree, distributed in dry scrub forests of Salem, Mysore, Coorg, Coimbatore, Nilgiris upto 900 m. altitude. Also reported to be found in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamilnadu. Local type By seed and grafting.