Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
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ISSN: 2167-0412

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants has got h-index 25, which means every article in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants has got 25 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

62 26 16 17 28 80

Year wise citations received

914 878 702 529 441 244
Journal total citations count 4327
Journal impact factor 26.36
Journal 5 years impact factor 16.55
Journal cite score 28.93
Journal h-index 25
Journal h-index since 2017 22
Important citations

Bachrouch o, ferjani n, haouel s, jemâa jmb (2015) major compounds and insecticidal activities of two tunisian artemisia essential oils toward two major coleopteran pests. industrial crops and products, 65: 127-133.

Riahi l, ghazghazi h, ayari b, aouadhi c, klay i, chograni h, zoghlami n (2015) effect of environmental conditions on chemical polymorphism and biological activities among artemisia absinthium l. essential oil provenances grown in tunisia. industrial crops and products, 66: 96-102.

Sliti s, ayadi s, kachouri f, khouja ma, abderrabba m, bouzouita n. leaf essential oils chemical composition, antibacterial and antioxidant activities of eucalyptus camaldulensis and e. rudis from korbous (tunisia).

Kurniawan d (2015) uji aktivitas antijamur ekstrak etanol daun kelor (moringa oleifera lamk.) terhadap candida albicans secara in vitro. jurnal mahasiswa pspd fk universitas tanjungpura 3.

Kim j h, chan kl, mahoney n (2015) augmenting the activity of monoterpenoid phenols against fungal pathogens using 2-hydroxy-4-methoxybenzaldehyde that target cell wall integrity. international journal of molecular sciences 16: 26850-26870.

Orlanda jf, nascimento ar (2015) chemical composition and antibacterial activity of ruta graveolens l.(rutaceae) volatile oils, from são luís, maranhão, brazil. south african journal of botany, 99: 103-106.

Ayoub im, el-shazly m, lu mc, singab anb (2014) antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities of the crude extracts of dietes bicolor leaves, flowers and rhizomes. south african journal of botany, 95: 97-101.

Sukumaran s, joselin j, geetha vs, jeeva s (2015) phytochemical and antimicrobial study of the flowers of arenga wightii griff.-an endemic palm of southern western ghats. med aromat plants, 4: 2167-0412.

Pandey mm, rastogi s, rawat aks (2013) indian traditional ayurvedic system of medicine and nutritional supplementation. evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine 2013.

Bahmani m, golshahi h, saki k, rafieian-kopaei m, delfan b, mohammadi t (2014) medicinal plants and secondary metabolites for diabetes mellitus control. asian pacific journal of tropical disease 4: s687-s692.

Jdir h, khemakham b, chakroun m, zouari s, ali yb, zouari n (2015) diplotaxis simplex suppresses postprandial hyperglycemia in mice by inhibiting key-enzymes linked to type 2 diabetes. revista brasileira de farmacognosia, 25: 152-157.

skeels scl, nak ci (2014) world journal of pharmaceutical research.

Kandeel sm, ashour ml, singab anb, el-hossary ga (2015) quality control of certain herbal products and their individual components used for digestive tract disorders and their proposed mechanism. european journal of medicinal plants 5: 349.

weathers pj, towler m, hassanali a, lutgen p, engeu po (2014) dried-leaf artemisia annua: a practical malaria therapeutic for developing countries?.â world journal of pharmacology, 3: 39.

Weathers pj, towler m, hassanali a, lutgen p, engeu po (2014) wjp. world, 3: 39-55.

akkawi m, jaber s, abu-lafi s, qutob m, abu-rmeleh q, lutgen phplc separation and in vitro antimalarial studies of artemisia annua plants from two different origins: cameroon versus luxembourg.

weathers pj, towler m, hassanali a, lutgen p, engeu po (2014) dried-leaf artemisia annua: a practical malaria therapeutic for developing countries?. world j pharmacol 3: 39-55.

hassanali a, engeu po, lutgen p, towler m, weathers pj (2014) dried-leaf artemisia annua: a practical malaria therapeutic for developing countries?

chanchai chaowiwat, aroon, chinawan, pawaova, penporn, born, ruby, and suwinin (2014) journal of science and technology for learning, 5: 186-195.

aicha nordine, abdelmalek em (2014) rapid in vitro regeneration and clonal multiplication of thymus bleicherianus pomel, a rare and threatened medicinal and aromatic plant in morocco.â med aromat plants 3: 1-5.

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