Original Research Article I Volume 11 I Issue 2 I 2023

A Review on Stem Cells of Placenta

Narsaiah Shivakoti

Biolife, Volume 11, Issue 2, 2023, pp 79-91



The conservation of biodiversity is the primary objective of protected areas, such as national parks and sanctuaries. Ecosystems must be stable and healthy to provide essential ecosystem services such as nutrient cycling, climate regulation, air and water purification, and pollination. Our economy and the intrinsic value of species and ecosystems depend on the conservation of biodiversity. National park vegetation protects biodiversity and provides us with clean water, purified air, and other necessities.


Fauna, National parks, Hyderabad, Biodiversity, Conservation


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Article Dates:

Received: 26 March 2023 ; Accepted: 30 April 2023; Published: 8 May 2023

How To Cite:

Narsaiah Shivakoti. (2023). A Review on Fauna in National Parks of Hyderabad. Biolife, 11(2), 79–91. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7908373

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