Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-77).
|Statement||by Dagmar Lange.|
|Series||Species in danger, A Traffic Network report|
|Contributions||International Traffic Network.|
|LC Classifications||QK99.E85 L36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||98207890|
A valuable resource for farmers, scientists, chemists, biochemists, pharmacists, and students interested in medicinal and aromatic plants and plant biology, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants: Expanding Their Horizons through Omics ensures readers have the background knowledge to put the necessary methodologies into practice themselves. This book organizes available information on the most commonly utilized plant species into one publication, thereby providing a standardized resource for the researchers and the grower community. Specifically, it characterizes the enormous number and diversity of medicinal and aromatic plants. Medicinal and aromatic plants are garnering increased interest from industry, academia, and the health sciences. The series Medicinal and Aromatic Plants–Industrial Profiles gathers information currently scattered through an ever-increasing number of journals. Each volume provides an in-depth look at one plant genus about which an area specialist has assembled information ranging from plant. Collaboration on the European level with stakeholders in our area and amongst producers/processors is an utmost priority to ensure high quality and safe European products. Members National associations of producers of perfumery, medicinal and aromatic plants of European countries are constituting EUROPAMs’ decision body and the information.
Scripown Publications; 2nd Floor, and , PKT-4 SEC, Rohini, North West Delhi, , India; Phone: +; Email: [email protected] Background: Native Americans have had a rich ethnobotanical heritage for treating diseases, ailments, and injuries. Cherokee traditional medicine has provided numerous aromatic and medicinal plants that not only were used by the Cherokee people, but were also adopted for use by European settlers in North America. Methods: The aim of this review was to examine the Cherokee ethnobotanical. medicinal plants. Medicinal plants naturally synthesize and accumulate some secondary metabolites, like alkaloids, sterols, terpenes, flavonoids, saponins, glycosides, cyanogeniCS, tannins, resins. lactones, quinines, volatile Oils etc. The medicinal plants have been used for treatment Of illnesses and diseases, since the dawn of time. Initially, books on use on medicinal and aromatic plants were sourced in various parts of the world, such as the Middle East, Greece, China, and India, indicating that these ancient civilizations used indigenous aromatic and medicinal plants to improve lives in their own separate ways before ideas were shared (Inoue et al., ).
services having export potential. Medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) and essential oils is one of them. Although MAPs and essential oils are classified separately under the Harmonized Commodity Description System (HS) placing them respectively in Chapter 12 and Chap they have been clustered as a single product in NTIS As appropriate. Growing consumer interest in organic and herbal-based products has led to great demand in the botanicals industry in the past few years. However, the growing number of products utilizing medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) has threatened an estimated 9, medicinal plant species worldwide, making it critical to reevaluate their research and development, production, and utilization. This book covers interesting research topics and the use of natural resources for medical treatments in some severe diseases. The most important message is to have native foods which contain high amount of active compounds that can be used as a medicinal plant. Most pharmaceutical drugs were discovered from plants, and still ongoing research will have to predict such new active . The European Red List of Medicinal Plants is providing for the first time factual information on the status of medicinal plants in Europe. This assessment includes vascular plants from ninety families, including large trees, aquatic plants and epiphytes, and occupying a wide range of habitats. The good news is that this new assessment shows.