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Antibacterial activity of selected ethnomedicinal plants from South India.
OBJECTIVE To screen the antimicrobial potential of three ethnomedicinal plants Chassalia curviflora Thw. (C. curviflora), Cyclea peltata Hook. F. & Thomson (C. peltata) and Euphorbia hirta L (E.Expand
Ethnomedicinal plants used by Kani tribes of Agasthiyarmalai biosphere reserve, southern Western Ghats
India has a glorious tradition of the arts and science of healing. The origin of Indian medicine is shrouded in ‘myths’ and ‘inspired history’. But, organised medicine, Ayurveda emerged from folkExpand
Indopottia zanderi (Bryophyta, Pottiaceae) gen. et sp. nov. from the Western Ghats of India
Abstract Indopottia zanderi, a new genus and species of the Pottiaceae, is described from the Silent Valley National Park in the Western Ghats in Peninsular India. The distinctive features ofExpand
The overlooked and rare liverwort Frullania ramuligera (Nees) Mont. (Frullaniaceae) rediscovered in the Western Ghats of India
Frullania ramuligera , an overlooked, rare and long-lost liverwort, has been rediscovered in the southern Western Ghats in India after nearly two centuries. Till now the collection made by PerrottetExpand
Bryophyta , Pottiaceae ) gen . et sp . nov . from the Western Ghats of India
Indopottia zanderi, a new genus and species of the Pottiaceae, is described from the Silent Valley National Park in the Western Ghats in Peninsular India. The distinctive features of Indopottia areExpand
Response to "The response to 'the New Guinean Thysananthus appendiculatus (Lejeuneaceae) discovered in the Western Ghats of India' by A. E. D. Daniels and R. D. A. Raja"
© 2011 The Authors. This is an Open Access article. The recent discovery of the liverwort Thysananthus appendiculatus Steph. by Daniels and Raja (2011) in the Western Ghats of India has caused doubtExpand