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venkatramanan rao

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31-Jan-2010, 2:19:09 pm31/01/10
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Hi,
I am Venkat, new to this group and interested in Taxonomy. I came
across this group and I was excited to see such an interactive group.
I will get a lot to learn from you guys gr88 going.....


Can somebody identify this plant.
I found this plant @ Ooty, Tamilnadu took this pic on 13 th Dec 2008
id : 010210VR1
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Gurcharan Singh

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01-Feb-2010, 6:31:30 am01/02/10
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I suppose Cynara scolymus


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venkatramanan rao

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01-Feb-2010, 9:45:01 am01/02/10
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Hello Mr Mohandass,
I took this pic near Udagamandalam station(Ooty)

On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 6:07 AM, mohandass bheemsingh
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> this is not cynara scolymus... it is from my observation it is clear that it
> is silybum marianum (milk thistle), family asteraceae, it is introduced in
> nilgiris.seeds are used for treating gall bladder disease.


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01-Feb-2010, 9:07:52 am01/02/10
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this is not cynara scolymus... it is from my observation it is clear that it is silybum marianum (milk thistle), family asteraceae, it is introduced in nilgiris.seeds are used for treating gall bladder disease.

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01-Feb-2010, 10:47:41 am01/02/10
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Yes Mohandass ji, you are right


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