Medicinal plants, human health and biodiversity: a broad review.

Abstract

Biodiversity contributes significantly towards human livelihood and development and thus plays a predominant role in the well being of the global population. According to WHO reports, around 80 % of the global population still relies on botanical drugs; today several medicines owe their origin to medicinal plants. Natural substances have long served as… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/10_2014_273

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@article{Sen2015MedicinalPH, title={Medicinal plants, human health and biodiversity: a broad review.}, author={Tuhinadri Sen and Samir Kumar Samanta}, journal={Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology}, year={2015}, volume={147}, pages={59-110} }