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Edition 2007

(Volume 11)


1 Plants Used in Ethnoveterinary Practices by Koyas of Pakhal Wildlife Sanctury, Andhra Pradesh, India by E.N. Murthy, Ch. Sudhaker Reddy, K.N. Reddy and Vatsavaya S. Raju


6 Ethnomedicinal Importance of Pteridophytes Used by Chenchus of Nallamalais, Andhra Pradesh, India by K. Thulsi Rao, K.N. Reddy, C. Pattanail and Ch. Sudhaker Reddy


11 A Note on Unintentional Adulterations in Ayurvedic Herbs by S.K. Mitra and R. Kannan


16 Diversity, Distribution and Indigenous Uses of the Hypericum Species in Indian Himalayan Region by Jitendra S. Butola, Shreekar Pant and S.S. Samant


24 Rubia cordifolia Linn. (Manjistha) - Controversial Identity by S.K. Mitra and R. Kannan


27 Growth and Yield of Pearl Millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.R. Br.) As Influenced by Downy Mildew and Smut Diseases in Kabuga Area Kano State, Nigeria by O.T. Mustapha and Y. Mustapha


32 Etnomedicinal Plants Used by Indigenous Community in Traditional Healthcare Systems by C. Kingston, B.S. Nisha. S.  Kiruba and S. Jeeva


38 Contribution of Trees for Oral Hygiene in East Africa by Yoseph Negusse Araya    


45 Comprehensive Notes on Commercial Utilization, Characteristics and Status of Steroid Yielding Plants in India by K.N. Singh and Rajesh Kaushal


52 Ethnobotanical Studies on Some Rare and Endemic Floristic Elements of Eastern Ghats-Hill Ranges of South East Asia, India by Dowlathabad Muralidhara Rao and Thammineni Pullaiah


71 Krameria triandra (R. and P.): Source of Tannin by Amrit Pal Singh


73 Didymocarpus pedicellata: The Lithontriptic Ethnomedicine by Amrit Pal Singh  


113 Characterization Studies and Yield Attributes of Some Varieties of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) by G.O. Alege and O.T. Mustapha


122 Ethnobotanical Exploration of Malkangiri District of Orissa, India by A.B. Prusti and K.K. Behera


141 Lakman-yurvedic Drug of Controversial Origin by Amrit Pal Singh


148 Ethno-Medico Botanical Study of Sundargarh District, Orissa, India by A.B. Prusti and K.K. Behera


164 Ethnobotanical Studies of Some Important Ferns by Kamini Srivastava


173 Chemicals Detected in Plants Used for Folk Medicine in South Eastern Nigeria by Gordian C. Obute and Godswill O. Adubor


195 Herbal Medicine--Dream Unresolved by Amritpal Singh


199 A Note on the Status of Ayurvedic and Herbal Studies in India by Amritpal Singh


204 A Short Note on Designing Curriculum for Medicinal Phytochemistry by Amrit Pal Singh   


206 Ethics in Herbal Medicine by Amrit Pal Singh


212 Scientific Publications in Herbals by Amrit Pal Singh


217 An Evaluation of the Genotoxic Effects of Seed Decoction of Cassia tora L. (Leguminosae) in Allium cepa Model by Pallavi Solanke, Mahendra Singh, Hemant Singh Rathore, Anjali Sharma, Mukesh Makwana and Sharad Shrivastava


224 Indigenous Plants Based Biodiesel Resources in Pakistan by Mushtaq Ahmad, Mir Ajab Khan, Muhammad Zafar, Shazia Sultana and Sobia Gulzar


231 Importance of Ferns in Human Medicine by Kamini Srivastava


235 Ethnomedicinal Plants Used Against Skin Diseases in Some Villages of Kali Gandaki, Bagmati and Tadi Likhu Watershed in Nepal by Ananda Raj Joshi and Kunjani Joshi


247 Aquatic Plants of District Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan by Sarfaraz Khan Marwat, Mir Ajab Khan, Mushtaq Ahmad, Muhammad Zafar and Shazia Sultana


258 Exploration of Kani Tribal Botanical Knowledge in Agasthiayamalai Biosphere Reserve, South India by John D. Britto and R. Mahesh


266 An Overview of Forest Habitats Situation in Village Barali Kass, Kotli Azad Kashmir, Pakistan by Ejaz Ur-Rehman


280 Evolutionary Medicine of Kani Tribal's Botanical Knowledge in Agasthiayamalai Biosphere Reserve, South India by A. John De Britto and R. Mahesh


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