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Natural Vegetation-1 (In Hindi)
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Natural Vegetation in India(In Hindi)

Manish kumar
Alumnus of MNNIT Allahabad.7 years of teaching experience.State PCS pre Qualified,Motivate and educate to change society

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Mahesh Verma
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  1. Natural Vegetation ATURAL By Manish Kumar

  2. Natural Vegetation Natural vegetation refers to a plant community which has grown naturally without h man aid. They have been l ft undisturbed by humans for a long time. We call this as virgin vegetation. Thus, cultivated crops and fruits, orchards form part of vegetation but not natural vegetation Russia have largest vegetation in world

  3. Factor Influence Natural Vegetation major factors 1. Climate 2. soil 3. topography Climatic factors- 1.Rainfall 2.Temperature

  4. . As the temperature falls with altitude in the Himalavan region the vegetal cover changes with altitude from tropical to Sub-tropical, temperate and finally alpine. Soil is an equally determining factor in few regions. Mangrove forests, swamp forests are some of the examples where soil is the major factor. Topography is responsible for certain minor types e. g. alp ne fl ra, tidal forests, etc..

  5. Classification of Natural Vegetation of India Classification of Natural Vegetation of India is primarilv based on (1) spatial and annual variations in rainfal (2) Temperature (3) Soil and (4)Topography India's vegetation can be divided into 5 main types and 16 sub-types

  6. Type of Vegetation TYPES OF VEGETATION Tropical Deciduous Tropical Evergreen Tropical Thorn Mangrove Montane

  7. Forest types of India Tropical forests Montane subtropical forests Temperate Subalpline Alpine forests Moist alpine 2. Dry alpine 1. Wet temperate forest Temperate forest tempcrate forests. Montane forests. 2. Himalayan moist 1. Wet Hill forests 2. Dry evergreen 3 Himalayan dry forests 3. Pine forests Tropical dry forests I. Tropical dry evergreen 2. Tropical dry deciduous 3. Tropical thorn forest Tropical moist forests I. Tropical 2. Tropical moist 3. Tropical moist 4. Littoral and moist-everyrcer semievergreen deciduous Swamp

  8. Annual Rainfall and Type of Vegetation Evergreen Rain Forests- 200 cm or more Monsoon Deciduous Forests- 100 to 200 cm . Drier Deciduous or Tropical Savanna- 50 to 100 cm Dry Thorny Scrub (Semi-arid)- 25 to 50 cm . Desert (Arid)- Below 25 cm

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