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ARTOCARPUS : A REVIEW OF ITS PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY

@inproceedings{Hari2014ARTOCARPUSA,
  title={ARTOCARPUS : A REVIEW OF ITS PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY},
  author={A. Hari},
  year={2014}
}
  • A. Hari
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Moracea is a large family comprising about sixty genera and nearly 1400 species, including important group such as Artocarpus, Morus, and Ficus. A number of Artocarpus species are used as food and for traditional folk medicines in South-East Asia, Indonesia, Western part of Java and India. Artocarpus species has long been recognized for their exceptional medicinal value and for their edibile aggregrate fruits. Artocarpus heterophyllus (Jack fruit), Artocarpus altilis(bread fruit), Artocarpus… CONTINUE READING
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