Traditional and medicinal uses of mangroves

@article{Bandaranayake1998TraditionalAM,
  title={Traditional and medicinal uses of mangroves},
  author={W. Bandaranayake},
  journal={Mangroves and Salt Marshes},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={133-148}
}
This review examines the recent investigations on the biological activities of extracts and chemicals identified from mangroves (mangroves, mangrove minors and mangal associates). It describes how people have and are using mangroves on a traditional basis. It also describes the world's mangrove resources and products, in terms of their economical importance, medicinal values and other uses and functions. The economical uses of products from mangrove ecosystems are many and varied. Traditionally… Expand
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