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Traditional Applications and Phytochemical Investigations of Lonicera japonica Thunb

@inproceedings{Annapurna2015TraditionalAA,
  title={Traditional Applications and Phytochemical Investigations of Lonicera japonica Thunb},
  author={S. Annapurna},
  year={2015}
}
Medicinal plants, which form the back bone of traditional medicine, in the last few decades, have been the subject for very intense pharmacological studies. Medicinal plants are potential sources of new compounds of therapeutic value and as sources of important compounds in the drug development. In developing countries, it is estimated that about 80% the population really depends on traditional medicine for their primary health care. Traditional medical systems have played an important role in… Expand
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