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A review on medicinal plants exhibiting antifertility activity in males

@inproceedings{Gupta2006ARO,
  title={A review on medicinal plants exhibiting antifertility activity in males},
  author={R. Gupta and Rakhi Sharma},
  year={2006}
}
Fertility control is an issue of global and national public health concern. Many studies have been done on the male contraception. The traditional use of medicinal plants to treat different sorts of diseases, including fertility related problems is widespread throughout the world as many plant substances are known for their interferences with the male reproductive system. The present review is an attempt to summarize the fertility regulatory plants with part used, type of extract/isolated… Expand

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