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Tagetes minuta L., A USEFUL UNDERUTILIZED PLANT OF FAMILY ASTERACEAE: A REVIEW

@article{Sadia2013TagetesML,
  title={Tagetes minuta L., A USEFUL UNDERUTILIZED PLANT OF FAMILY ASTERACEAE: A REVIEW},
  author={Sehrish Sadia and Shah Khalid and Rahmatullah Qureshi and Ali Ahsan Bajwa},
  journal={Pakistan Journal of Weed Science Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={19},
  pages={179-189}
}
Plants are widely used in the medicine industry of modern era, and are the sources of raw material and essential ingredients for medicines. These plant extracts and active constituents are used to make different formulations. Tagetes minuta, an annual ornamental plant, has been identified as potential medicinal plant as it contains allelochemicals and essential oils that have multidimensional uses and applications such as weedicides, germicides, nematocides, insecticides, fungicides etc… 

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