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Title Medicinal plants : biodiversity, sustainable utilization and conservation / Shaik Mahammad Khasim, Chunlin Long, Kanchit Thammasiri, Henrik Lutken, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2020.

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Subject Medicinal plants.
Alt Name Khasim, Shaik Mahammad.
Long, Chunlin.
Thammasiri, Kanchit.
Lutken, Henrik.
Description 1 online resource (817 pages)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
8: Documentation and Protection of Traditional Knowledge
Contents Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- Part I: Biodiversity and Conservation -- 1: Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants in the Eastern Ghats of Northern Andhra Pradesh, India -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants in the Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh -- 1.3 Conclusions -- References -- 2: Biodiversity, Conservation and Medicinal Uses of Seaweeds: The Glimpses -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Biodiversity -- 2.3 Conservation -- 2.4 Medicinal Uses -- 2.5 Recommendations -- References
3: Tree Flora of Andhra Pradesh, India -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Location and Characteristics of the Study Area -- 3.3 Geographical Division -- 3.3.1 The Coastal Plains -- 3.3.2 Eastern Ghats -- 3.3.3 The Western Peneplains -- 3.3.3.1 Vegetation -- 3.4 Tree Flora Analysis -- 3.5 Phytogeographical Distributional Pattern of Tree Taxa -- 3.6 Endemic Tree Taxa to Andhra Pradesh -- 3.7 Endemic Trees of Peninsular India Occurring in Andhra Pradesh (Source, Nayar et al. 1984) -- 3.8 Overexploited Tree Taxa -- 3.9 Causes for Depletion of Tree Species and Its Conservation -- References
4: Genetic Diversity and Variability Analysis in Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus L.) -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Genetic Diversity Analysis in Acorus calamus L. -- 4.2.1 Clustering Pattern -- 4.2.2 Intra- and Inter-Cluster Distances -- 4.2.3 Cluster Mean for Different Characters -- 4.2.4 Contribution of Characters to Genetic Divergence -- 4.2.5 Genetic Variability -- 4.3 Conclusion -- References -- 5: Flora of Mangrove Species Utilized for Ethnomedicinal Practices in Gautami Godavari Estuary, Andhra Pradesh, India -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Mangrove Flora and Ethnomedicinal Purposes
7: Structure Design and Establishment of Database Application System for Miao Medicinal Plants in Guizhou Province, China -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Database Structure -- 7.2.1 Demand Analysis -- 7.2.2 Data Sources of Medicinal Plants -- 7.3 Web Development Platform -- 7.3.1 Software and Hardware Configuration -- 7.3.2 Development of Technology -- 7.3.3 Framework Database -- 7.4 Implementation of the Database System -- 7.4.1 Homepage -- 7.4.2 Species Identification -- 7.4.3 Data Retrieval -- 7.4.4 Plant Lists -- 7.4.5 User Center -- 7.5 Conclusion -- References
Bibliography Note References -- 6: Tree Diversity Assessment in Sacred Groves of Eastern Ghats, Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh, India -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Tree Diversity in Sacred Groves of Visakhapatnam District, Eastern Ghats of India -- 6.2.1 Species Richness and Diversity -- 6.2.2 Stand Density and Basal Cover -- 6.2.3 Girth Class Distribution -- 6.2.4 Tree Dominance and Rarity -- 6.2.5 Importance Value Index (IVI) -- 6.3 Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Ethnobotany and Ethnomedicine
Summary Plants have been a source of medicines and have played crucial role for human health. Despite tremendous advances in the field of synthetic drugs and antibiotics, plants continue to play a vital role in modern as well as traditional medicine across the globe. In even today, one-third of the world's population depends on traditional medicine because of its safety features and ability to effectively cure diseases. This book presents a comprehensive guide to medicinal plants, their utility, diversity and conversation, as well as biotechnology. It is divided into four main sections, covering all aspects of research in medicinal plants: biodiversity and conservation; ethnobotany and ethnomedicine; bioactive compounds from plants and microbes; and biotechnology. All sections cover the latest advances. The book offers a valuable asset for researchers and graduate students of biotechnology, botany, microbiology and the pharmaceutical sciences. It is an equally important resource for doctors (especially those engaged in Ayurveda and allopathy); the pharmaceutical industry (for drug design and synthesis); and the agricultural sciences. .
ISBN 9789811516368 (electronic bk.)
9811516367 (electronic bk.)
9789811516351 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-15-1636-8
OCLC # 1150159264
Additional Format Print version: Khasim, Shaik Mahammad Medicinal Plants: Biodiversity, Sustainable Utilization and Conservation Singapore : Springer,c2020 9789811516351.


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