Sep 05 1997PLANT-DERIVED COMPOUNDS WITH PESTICIDAL POTENTIAL Herbicides Inhibition of plant growth and production of phytotoxic symptoms by certain plants and their residues is a well established phenomenon In searching for potential herbicides from plants screening of compounds known to function in plant-plant interactions is a logical strategy Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum and Cinnamon cassia ) the eternal tree of tropical medicine belongs to the Lauraceae family Cinnamon is one of the most important spices used daily by people all over the world Cinnamon primarily contains vital oils and other derivatives such as cinnamaldehyde cinnamic acid and cinnamate In addition to being an antioxidant anti-inflammatory

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Oct 13 2016The emerging field of herbal products industry holds a great potential to the economic development of the Indian region Usage of herbs as a source of food medicine fragrance flavour dyes and other items in Indian systems of medicine is in increasing trend It is estimated that 95 % of the medicinal plants used in Indian herbal industry today are collected from wild

An attempt has been made in this article to accumulate and elucidate the literatures about the allelopathic potentiality of medicinal plants and its role on the development of bio-herbicides for eco-friendly weed management strategies to conserve bio-diversity and ecological balance This review paper has been prepared by comprehensive studies of various published research articles books and

Beside potential use of compounds derived by medicinal plants as biological control agents against plant pests and diseases these compounds can be also used for weed control Exploitation and discovery of novel natural herbicides is crucial to address

Name of Medicinal Plant: Swertia chirata syn S Chirata Buch – Ham 2 Family: Gentianaceae: 3 Use Plant part Actual Ingredients Whole plant used Alkaloids 4 Habit and Habitat: An erect herb found in temperate Himalayas between 1300-3000 m from Kashmir to Bhutan and Khasia hills

The uses of the emerging high-end genomic technologies can be expanded from crop plants to traditional medicinal plants to expedite the medicinal plant breeding and transform them to the living factory of medicinal compounds The utility of molecular phylogeny and phylogenomics in predicting chemodiversity and bioprospecting is also highlighted

List Of Important Medicinal Plants

LIST OF IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR USES NB: (Fam - Family T - Tree H - Herb C - Climber S- shrub) Plant: Common name / Maturity period: Botanical Name or Family: Parts Used: Average Price( Rs / Kg ) Medicinal Use: Amla ( T )After 4th year: Emblica officinalis Fam - euphorbiaceac: Fruit: Rs 15 - 45/kg

Results: Medicinal plants contain extractable biochemical and bioactive compounds which can target certain viruses or can cure or prevent several viral diseases and infections Despite their long history of use the research and scientific evidences regarding the use of medicinal plants and natural products as prophylactics therapeutics and

Feb 14 2020Pain represents an unpleasant sensation linked to actual or potential tissue damage In the early phase the sensation of pain is caused due to direct stimulation of the sensory nerve fibers On the other hand the pain in the late phase is attributed to inflammatory mediators Current medicines used to treat inflammation and pain are effective however they cause severe side effects such as

and plants has been extensively studied and has been recog-nized as a green and efficient way for further exploiting microorganisms as convenient are nanofactories Here we explore and detail the potential uses of various biological sources for nanoparticle synthesis and the application of

An attempt has been made in this article to accumulate and elucidate the literatures about the allelopathic potentiality of medicinal plants and its role on the development of bio-herbicides for eco-friendly weed management strategies to conserve bio-diversity and ecological balance This review paper has been prepared by comprehensive studies of various published research articles books and

Jun 22 2011About a third of the world's estimated 400 000 species of higher or vascular plants have probably been used for medicinal purposes by indigenous societies generally in a raw or minimally processed form In much of the developing world up to 80% of medicines continue to be plant-based and used in a relatively simple form

Nutraceutical potential and biological activities of selected medicinal plants Abdul-Latif FM Mohammad N Edou Ali AA Djama SO Obam L Bassole IHN Dicko MH 2011 Antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of essential oil and methanol extract of Matricaria chamomilla L from Djibouti Journal of Medicinal Plant Research 5 1512-1517

The use of medicinal plants as a fundamental component of the African traditional healthcare system is perhaps the oldest and the most assorted of all therapeutic systems In many parts of rural Africa traditional healers prescribing medicinal plants are the most easily accessible and affordable health resource available to the local community and at times the only therapy that subsists

Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research Journals

The open access journal Medicinal Aromatic Plants (MAP) is a scientific journal that includes a wide range of fields in its discipline and reports about the usage of plants for fragrance and medicinal uses during the modern times by identifying the therapeutic ingredients in plants that play a crucial role

The open access journal Medicinal Aromatic Plants (MAP) is a scientific journal that includes a wide range of fields in its discipline and reports about the usage of plants for fragrance and medicinal uses during the modern times by identifying the therapeutic ingredients in plants that play a crucial role

Plant extracts are considered to be non-pollutant less toxic and easily bio-degradable Certain plants have already been reported to possess repellent action against stored grain pests The use of plant materials as traditional protectants of stored products is an old practice used all over the world

In the development of human culture medicinal plants have played an essential role for example religions and different ceremonies [14] Among the variety of modern medicines many of them are produced indirectly from medicinal plants for example aspirin Many food crops have medicinal effects for example garlic Studying medicinal

The open access journal Medicinal Aromatic Plants (MAP) is a scientific journal that includes a wide range of fields in its discipline and reports about the usage of plants for fragrance and medicinal uses during the modern times by identifying the therapeutic ingredients in plants that play a crucial role

medicinal plant use goes back at least 4 000 years and healers have used more than 5 000 relatives of animal and plant crop species The extraction of genetic resources from the world's plant species had been screened for potential pharmaceutical applications (World Atlas

sole crop Medicinal plants are the corner stones of both human and veterinary medical systems worldwide In developing countries where traditional medical systems prevail the majority of people depend on medicinal plants to meet daily health needs Industrialized nations also use medicinal plants as ingredients to many pharmaceuticals Across

Current projects include economical production of podophyllotoxin an important intermediate in the synthesis of anticancer agents agronomic potential of medicinal plants in Mississippi value-added development of botanicals through harvest post-harvest and storage practices and market research to quantify commercial potential

Sep 05 1997PLANT-DERIVED COMPOUNDS WITH PESTICIDAL POTENTIAL Herbicides Inhibition of plant growth and production of phytotoxic symptoms by certain plants and their residues is a well established phenomenon In searching for potential herbicides from plants screening of compounds known to function in plant-plant interactions is a logical strategy

ADVERTISEMENTS: Medicinal and aromatic plants constitute a major segment of the flora which provides raw materials for use in the pharmaceuticals cosmetics and drug industries The indigenous systems of medicines developed in India for centuries make use of many medicinal herbs These systems include Ayurveda Siddha Unani and many other indigenous practices More than 9 000 []

Leguminosae is an economically important family that contains a large number of medicinal plants many of which are widely used in African traditional medicine Angola holds a great socio-cultural diversity and is one of the richest floristic regions of the world with over 900 native Leguminosae species This study is the first to assess the medicinal uses of the legumes in Angola and