LASSA KANDA Lemmy1, KIKUFI BATOBA Anthony1, ILUMBE BAYEU Guy1, BILOSO MOYENE Appolinaire2, MASENS DA MUSA1, HABARI MULAWA Jean-Pierre1, LUKOKI LUYEYE Felicien1*

Floristic, Ecological and Phytogeographic Study of Useful Plants Species of Kimvula Territory, R.D. Congo.
This study was conducted in in the Kimvula territory and the main aim was to carry an inventory of useful plants used in that territory. The floristico-ecological and phytogeographic method was used. Examination of this inventory helped to establish a floristic list of 353 useful species belonging to 248 genera and 90 families, of which Fabaceae are the most predominant with 39 species, (11,05%). This florule is composed mainly of woody plants; mainly the phanerophyte species, mesophyllous, sarcochores, generally of savanna and belonging to the Guineo-Congolian and pantropical element. Télécharger l'article