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Marigold A Potential Ornamental Plant Drug

@inproceedings{Gupta2014MarigoldAP,
  title={Marigold A Potential Ornamental Plant Drug},
  author={Pankaj Gupta and Neeru Vasudeva},
  year={2014}
}
Marigold botanically identifies as Tagetes (Compositae) genus is an ethnobotanically known drug, used from ancient times in the Indian system of Medicine for the treatment of rheumatism, cold, bronchitis, eye diseases, ulcers etc. Tagetes species, commonly known as marigold, are grown as ornamental plants and thrive in varied agro-climates. The genus has been recognized as a potential source of very interesting biologically active products i.e. carotenoids that are used as food colorants, feed… 
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Review on Tagetes patula Plant and its Pharmacological Activities
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Morphological and Histochemical Characterization of Callus from Leaf Explant of Tagetes lucida Cav. (Asteraceae)
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