Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
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ISSN: 2167-0412


Citations Report

Citations Report - Medicinal & Aromatic Plants [366 Articles]

The articles published in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants have been cited 366 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants.

Ntume R, Anywar GU (2015) Ethnopharmacological survey of medicinal plants used in the treatment of snakebites in Central Uganda. A Current Life Sciences, A 1: 6-14.

Azam FMS, Biswas A, Mannan A, Afsana NA, Jahan R, Rahmatullah M (2014) Are Famine Food Plants Also Ethnomedicinal Plants? An Ethnomedicinal Appraisal of Famine Food Plants of Two Districts of Bangladesh. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Naidu MT, Babu NC, Venkaiah M (2013) Ethnic remedies against snake bite from Kotia hills of Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh, India.Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources 4: 194-196.

Rojas J, Contreras B, Celis M, Rojas L, Mendez L, Landrum L (2014) Volatile components of the leaves of Pimenta racemosa var. racemosa (Mill.) JW Moore (Myrtaceae) of Táchira-Venezuela. Latin American and Caribbean Bulletin of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants , 13.

Ohtsubo Sena, Ami Fujita, Matsushita Susumu-dai,蒋昌woo, and Eiichi Kumamoto. (2014). Inhibitory effect of aroma essential oil components on the compound action potential of frog sciatic nerve. PAIN RESEARCH , 29: 17-30.

Chaverri C, Cicció JF (2015) Leaf and fruit essential oil compositions of Pimenta guatemalensis (Myrtaceae) from Costa Rica. International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation, 63: 303-311.

Rojas J, Buitrago A, Rojas LB, Morales A (2013) Chemical Composition of Hypericum laricifolium Juss. Essential Oil Collected from Mérida-Venezuela. Med Aromat Plants 2: 2167-0412.

Chanda D, Sharma GD, Jha DK (2014) The Potential Use of Arbuscular Mycorrhiza in the Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in Barak Valley, Assam: A Review. Current World Environment 9: 544-551.


Chatterjee S, Dey KK, Dutta S (2013) Study of Antioxidant Activity and Immune Stimulating Potency of the Ethnomedicinal Plant, Cassia alata (L.) Roxb. Med Aromat Plants, 2: 2167-0412.

Giacoppo S, Galuppo M, De Nicola GR, Iori R, Bramanti P, Mazzon E (2015) 4 (α-l-Rhamnosyloxy)-benzyl isothiocyanate, a bioactive phytochemical that attenuates secondary damage in an experimental model of spinal cord injury. Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 23: 80-88.

Galuppo M, Nicola GRD, Iori R, Dell'Utri P, Bramanti P, Mazzon E (2013) Antibacterial activity of glucomoringin bioactivated with myrosinase against two important pathogens affecting the health of long-term patients in hospitals. Molecules 18: 14340-14348.

Leonidas W, Shipili JK, Saria JA, Lawi Y, Kweka EJ, Magogo F, Malebo HM Bioprospection for Repellent Effect of Natural Volatiles from Ocimum suave Willd Growing in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania against Anopheles Mosquitoes.

Jayaraman V Karunamoorthi Kaliyaperumal Kim Hyung-Min Jegajeevanram Kaliyaperumal Xavier Jerome.

El Zayyat EA, Soliman MI, Elleboudy NA, Ofaa SE (2015) Musca domestica laboratory susceptibility to three ethnobotanical culinary plants. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22: 15844-15852.

Karunamoorthi K (2015) Research on Mosquitocidal Properties of Plants: A Call fo

Karunamoorthi K, Sabesan S (2013) KOWSAR www. jhealthscope. com Insecticide Resistance in Insect Vectors of Disease with Special Reference to Mosquitoes: A Potential Threat to Global Public Health.

Karunamoorthi K (2014) The counterfeit anti-malarial is a crime against humanity: a systematic review of the scientific evidence. Malaria journal 13: 209.

Karunamoorthi K, Girmay A, Hayleeyesus SF (2014) Mosquito repellent activity of essential oil of Ethiopian ethnomedicinal plant against Afro-tropical malarial vector Anopheles arabiensis. A Journal of King Saud University-Science 26: 305-310.

Karunamoorthi K, Sabesan S (2013) Insecticide resistance in insect vectors of disease with special reference to mosquitoes: a potential threat to global public health. Health Scope 2: 4-18.