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Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
Open Access

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

boligon aa, feltrin ac, gindri al, athayde ml (2013) essential oil composition, antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of guazuma ulmifolia from brazil.â med aromat plants,a 2: 2167-0412.

krayni h, fakhfakh n, aloui l, zouari n, kossentini m, zouari s (2015) chemical composition and chelating activity of ruta chalepensis l.(rutaceae) essential oil as influenced by phenological stages and plant organs.journal of essential oil research, (ahead-of-print) 1-7.

zouari s, ayadi i, fakhfakh n, jdir h, aloui l, kossentini m, zouari n (2014) essential oil variation in wild populations of artemisia saharae (asteraceae) from tunisia: chemical composition, antibacterial and antioxidant properties.â botanical studies,â 55: 1-10.

boligon aa, feltrin ac, athayde ml (2013) determination of chemical composition, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of guzuma ulmifolia essential oil.â american journal of essential oils and natural products 1: 23-27.

dharmadasa rm, akalanka gc, muthukumarana prm, wijesekara rgs (2015) ethnopharmacological survey on medicinal plants used in snakebite treatments in western and sabaragamuwa provinces in sri lanka.â journal of ethnopharmacology.

gupta yk, peshin ss (2014) snake bite in india: current scenario of an old problem.â journal of clinical toxicology.

butt ma, ahmad m, fatima a, sultana s, zafar m, yaseen g, kayani s (2015) ethnomedicinal uses of plants for the treatment of snake and scorpion bite in northern pakistan.â journal of ethnopharmacology, a 168: 164-181.

gnanavel r, jose fc world journal of pharmaceutical sciences.

muthuraja r, nandagopalan v, thomas b, marimuthu c an ethno-botanical survey of medicinal plants used by kolli malayalis of nammakkal district, eastern ghats, tamil nadu, india.

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.â 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.â racemosa (mill.) jw moore (myrtaceae) of tã¡chira-venezuela.â latin american and caribbean bulletin of medicinal and aromatic plantsâ ,â 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.â pain researchâ ,â 29: 17-30.

chaverri c, cicciã³ jf (2015) leaf and fruit essential oil compositions of pimenta guatemalensis (myrtaceae) from costa rica.â 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.â essential oil collected from mã©rida-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.â current world environment 9: 544-551.

rajagopal p, majetha r, sreejith k, kiron s, aneeshia s, premaletha k phytopharmacological review on cassia alata linn.

chatterjee s, dey kk, dutta s (2013) study of antioxidant activity and immune stimulating potency of the ethnomedicinal plant, cassia alata (l.) roxb.â med aromat plants, 2: 2167-0412.

giacoppo s, galuppo m, de nicola gr, iori r, bramanti p, mazzon e (2015) 4 (î±-l-rhamnosyloxy)-benzyl isothiocyanate, a bioactive phytochemical that attenuates secondary damage in an experimental model of spinal cord injury.â bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 23: 80-88.

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