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.

Balhamar MS, Omar S (2016) Identification and Characterization of the Anticancer Potential of Indigenous Medicinal Plants of the Arabian Peninsula.

Ebrahimi A, Moazami B, Mahzoonieh MR, Lotfalian S (2016) Antibacterial and ciprofloxacin-potentiation activities of Berberis vulgaris L. root extracts against some gram-negative pathogenic bacteria. Advanced Herbal Medicine 2: 20-25.

Brahmi F, Achat S, Guendouze-Bouchefa N, Benazzouz-Smail L, Elsebai MF, Madani K (2016) Journal of Coastal Life Medicine. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine 4: 983-999.

Suparno O, Afifah A, Panandita T, Marimin, Purnawati R (2017) The potency of plant extracts as antimicrobials for the skin or hide preservation. In AIP Conference Proceedings 1823: p 020098.

Ebrahimi A, Eshraghi A, Mahzoonieh MR, Lotfalian S (2016) Antibacterial and Antibiotic-Potentiation Activities of Levisticum officinale L. Extracts on Pathogenic Bacteria. International Journal of Infection.

Roghani M, Mehraein F, Zamani M, Negahdar F, Shojaee A (2017) The effects of aqueous cinnamon bark extract and cinnamaldehyde on neurons of substantia nigra and behavioral impairment in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Basic and Clinical Pathophysiology, 5: 27-32.

Kadam AB, Gaykar BM (2017) Quantitative HPTLC analysis of Diosgenin from methanol extract of Moringa oleifera Lam.

Komoreng L, Thekisoe O, Lehasa S, Tiwani T, Mzizi N, Mokoena N, Mdletshe N (2017) An ethnobotanical survey of traditional medicinal plants used against lymphatic filariasis in South Africa. South African Journal of Botany 111: 12-16.

Mbora LO, Okoduwa IR Comparative Study on three Extraction Methods on Yield and Phytochemical Content of Vernonia amygdalina and Ocimum gratissimum Leaves.

Okoduwa SIR, Umar IA, James DB, Inuwa HM, Habila JD (2016) Evaluation of extraction protocols for anti-diabetic phytochemical substances from medicinal plants. World Journal of Diabetes 7: 605.

Ajlan A (2016) Medicinal Plants: A Review. Natural Products: An Indian Journal, 12.

Afreen RGR Research and Reviews: Journal of Chemistry.

Fakhfakh N, Jdir H, Jridi M, Rateb M, Belbahri L, Ayadi MA, Zouari N (2017) The mallow, Malva aegyptiaca L.(Malvaceae): Phytochemistry analysis and effects on wheat dough performance and bread quality. LWT-Food Science and Technology, 75: 656-662.

Jdir H, Khemakham B, Najjaa H, Chakroun M, Jridi M, Ben Arfa A, Zouari N (2016) Anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative activities of the wild edible cruciferous: Diplotaxis simplex. Pharmaceutical biology, 54: 2111-2118.

Wannes WA, Marzouk B (2016) Research progress of Tunisian medicinal plants used for acute diabetes. Journal of Acute Disease, 5: 357-363.

Verma SK, Goswami P, Verma RS, Padalia RC, Chauhan A, Singh VR, Darokar MP (2016) Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of bergamot-mint (Mentha citrata Ehrh.) essential oils isolated from the herbage and aqueous distillate using different methods. Industrial Crops and Products, 91: 152-160.

Tomi K, Kitao M, Konishi N, Murakami H, Matsumura Y, Hayashi T (2016) Enantioselective GC–MS analysis of volatile components from rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) essential oils and hydrosols. Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry, 80: 840-847.

Padalia RC, Verma RS, Chauhan A, Goswami P, Chanotiya CS (2016) Essential oil composition of Artemisia stelleriana Besser from India. Journal of Essential Oil Research, 28: 400-405.

Guetat A, Al-Ghamdi FA, Osman AK (2017) The genus Artemisia L. in the northern region of Saudi Arabia: essential oil variability and antibacterial activities. Natural Product Research, 31: 598-603.

Haider SZ, Mohan M, Andola HC (2014) Constituents of Artemisia indica Willd. from Uttarakhand Himalaya: A source of davanone. Pharmacognosy research, 6: 257.