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Antibacterial screening of some Peruvian medicinal plants used in Callería District.
Nine ethanol extracts of Brunfelsia grandiflora (Solanaceae), Caesalpinia spinosa (Caesalpiniaceae), Dracontium loretense (Araceae), Equisetum giganteum (Equisetaceae), Maytenus macrocarpaExpand
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Screening of some Siberian medicinal plants for antimicrobial activity.
The antimicrobial activity of crude ethanolic extracts of 16 Siberian medicinal plants was tested against five species of microorganisms: Bacillus cereus, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus,Expand
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Ethnobotanical knowledge and agrobiodiversity in subsistence farming: case study of home gardens in Phong My commune, central Vietnam
Ethnobotanical survey was conducted in 101 randomly selected home gardens of Phong My commune, central Vietnam, situated in the buffer-zone of Natural Reserve. Data were collected throughExpand
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Performance of an improved fallow system in the Peruvian Amazon—modelling approach
As traditional slash-and-burn systems with prolonged fallow periods are no longer feasible in most parts of the tropics, improved agroforestry systems have high potential to increase the productivityExpand
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Design and performance evaluation of a Double-pass solar drier for drying of red chilli (Capsicum annum L.)
Performances of a new designed Double-pass solar drier (DPSD) were compared with those of a typical cabinet drier(CD) and a traditional open-air sun drying for drying of red chilli in centralExpand
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Plukenetia volubilis , Euphorbiaceae ) : A Promising Oilseed Crop from Peruvian Amazon
Amazonia is considered the world’s most important centre of biodiversity. Several important crops for world agriculture (e.g. cassava, pineapple, cocoa, rubber) were first domesticated in this area.Expand
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Antimicrobial activity of some medicinal barks used in Peruvian Amazon.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of six barks traditionally used in Callería District (Ucayali Department, Peru) for treating conditions likely to be associated withExpand
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Biomass growth and farmer knowledge of Inga edulis in Peruvian Amazon.
Inga edulis Mart. is popular with agroforesters for its rapid growth, tolerance of acid soils and high production of leafy biomass to control weeds and erosion. The obj ctive was to determine theExpand
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Medical ethnobotany of herbal practitioners in the Turkestan Range, southwestern Kyrgyzstan
This study recorded and analyzed traditional knowledge of medicinal plants in the Turkestan Range in southwestern Kyrgyzstan, where ethnobotanical knowledge has been largely under-documented to date.Expand
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Ethnobotanical review of wild edible plants used in the Czech Republic
This paper is the literature survey of wild food plants used within the present borders of the Czech Republic. Thirty-seven freely available publications documenting the culinary use of wild plantsExpand
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