Plant Science & Botany

Ethnomedicinal Plants with Therapeutic Properties
V. R. Mohan, PhD
A. Doss, PhD
P. S. Tresina, PhD

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Ethnomedicinal Plants with Therapeutic Properties will provide detailed information on locally important medicinal plants, provide the pharmacological properties of selected medicinal plants, and screen the phytodrugs on the selected plants. In 16 important chapters, the volume covers ethnomedicine, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy of selected plants

Medicinal plants are an important part of our natural health. They serve as important therapeutic agents as well as valuable raw materials for manufacturing numerous traditional and modern medicines. The history of medicinal plants used for treating diseases and ailments dates back to the beginning of human civilization. Our forefathers were compelled to use any natural substance that they could find to ease their suffering caused by acute and chronic illnesses, wounds and injuries and even terminal illness.

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TENTATIVE CONTENTS

Antifertility Activity of Aristolochia krisagathra

Aristolochia bracteata Retz.: An In Vivo Evaluation

Anti-diabetic Activity of Coccinia grandis

Anticancer of Pergularia daemia

Antimicrobial Activity of Achyranthes aspera

Anti-inflammatory Activity of Delonix elata Leaves Against Carrageenan Induced Paw Edema

Anticancer Activity of Hedyotis leschenaultiana DC

Antidiabetic Activity of Aristolochia krisagathra Sivarajan and Aristolochia bracteata Retz

Hepatoprotective Activity of Andrographis echioides (L.) Nees.

Antifertility Activity of Eugenia floccosa Bedd.

Hepatoprotective Activity of Eugenia floccosa Bedd.

Antidiabetic Activity of Asystacia tranvacorica

Antifertility Activity of Sonerila tinnevelliensis


About the Authors / Editors:
V. R. Mohan, PhD
Associate Professor and Head, PG and Research Department of Botany, V.O.Chidambaram College, Tamil Nadu, India

A. Doss, PhD
Assistant Professor and Head, PG Department of Microbiology, Kamaraj College,Tamil Nadu, India

P. S. Tresina, PhD
Assistant Professor, PG and Research Department of Botany, V.O.Chidambaram College, Tamil Nadu, India




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