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1Chapter 2 Pesticides based on plant essential oils: from traditional practice to commercializationAdvances in Phytomedicine2006176
2The medicinal potential of black seed (Nigella sativa) and its componentsAdvances in Phytomedicine200678
3Chapter 12 Naturally occurring house dust mites control agents: development and commercializationAdvances in Phytomedicine200637
4Chapter 11 Importance of plant secondary metabolites for protection against insects and microbial infectionsAdvances in Phytomedicine200630
5Anticancer properties of saffron, Crocus sativus Linn.Advances in Phytomedicine200629
6Antihypertensive peptides from natural resourcesAdvances in Phytomedicine200628
7Chapter 4 New concept to search for alternate insect control agents from plantsAdvances in Phytomedicine200622
8Anticancer and medicinal properties of essential oil and extracts of East Mediterranean sage (salvia triloba)Advances in Phytomedicine200622
9Xanthones as therapeutic agents: chemistry and pharmacologyAdvances in Phytomedicine200621
10Drugs from nature: past achievements, future prospectsAdvances in Phytomedicine200218
11Chapter 17 Antifungal natural products: assays and applicationsAdvances in Phytomedicine200617
12Garcinia kola: a new look at an old adaptogenic agentAdvances in Phytomedicine200213
13Natural products: a continuing source of inspiration for the medicinal chemistAdvances in Phytomedicine200213
14Chapter 1 Natural compounds as antioxidant and molting inhibitors can play a role as a model for search of new botanical pesticidesAdvances in Phytomedicine200612
15Phytotherapy of coughAdvances in Phytomedicine200612
16Development of HerbMed®: an interactive, evidence-based herbal databaseAdvances in Phytomedicine200211
17Ethnobotanical approach to pharmaceutical drug discovery: strengths and limitationsAdvances in Phytomedicine200210
18Plant growth inhibitory activities by secondary metabolites isolated from Latin American floraAdvances in Phytomedicine200610
19Pharmacological and biochemical profiling of lead compounds from traditional remedies: the case of Croton cajucaraAdvances in Phytomedicine200610
20Traditional medicines and the new paradigm of psychotropic drug actionAdvances in Phytomedicine20029
21Health foods in anti-aging therapy: reducers of physiological decline and degenerative diseasesAdvances in Phytomedicine20029
22Plants with antitumor properties: from biologically active molecules to drugsAdvances in Phytomedicine20069
23Chapter 15 Promissory botanical repellents/deterrents for managing two key tropical insect pests, the whitefly Bemisia tabaci and the mahogany shootborer Hypsipyla grandellaAdvances in Phytomedicine20069
24Inhibition of immunodeficiency type-1 virus (HIV-1) life cycle by medicinal plant extracts and plant-derived compoundsAdvances in Phytomedicine20069
25Chapter 10 Plant allelochemicals in thrips control strategiesAdvances in Phytomedicine20069
26Chapter 8 Opportunities and potentials of botanical extracts and products for management of insect pests in cruciferous vegetablesAdvances in Phytomedicine20068
27Plants, products and people: Southern African perspectivesAdvances in Phytomedicine20027
28Ethnobotanical research into the 21st centuryAdvances in Phytomedicine20027
29Introduction: therapeutic agents from ethnomedicineAdvances in Phytomedicine20026
30Herbal extracts and compounds active against herpes simplex virusAdvances in Phytomedicine20066
31Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors from natural sources: recent advances and future prospects for cancer treatmentAdvances in Phytomedicine20066
32Chapter 14 An overview of the antimicrobial properties of Mexican medicinal plantsAdvances in Phytomedicine20066
33Chapter 3 Natural substrates and inhibitors of multidrug resistant pumps (MDRs) redefine the plant antimicrobialsAdvances in Phytomedicine20066
34Drug discovery through ethnobotany in Nigeria: some resultsAdvances in Phytomedicine20025
35Medical ethnobotanical research as a method to identify bioactive plants to treat infectious diseasesAdvances in Phytomedicine20025
36Reverse pharmacognosy: a new concept for accelerating natural drug discoveryAdvances in Phytomedicine20065
37Anticancer potential of Northeast Brazilian plantsAdvances in Phytomedicine20065
38The use of conservation trust funds for sharing financial benefits in bioprospecting projectsAdvances in Phytomedicine20024
39Regulation of herbal medicines in Nigeria: the role of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)Advances in Phytomedicine20024
40Marine organisms from Brazil as source of potential anticancer agentsAdvances in Phytomedicine20064
41Chapter 5 Role of Melia azedarach L. (Meliaceae) for the control of insects and acari: present status and future prospectsAdvances in Phytomedicine20064
42Chapter 13 The search for plant-derived compounds with antifeedant activityAdvances in Phytomedicine20064
43Considerations in the development of public standards for botanicals and their dosage formsAdvances in Phytomedicine20023
44Integrating African ethnomedicine into primary healthcare: a framework for Southeastern NigeriaAdvances in Phytomedicine20023
45Balancing conservation with utilization: restoring populations of commercially valuable medicinal herbs in forests and agroforestsAdvances in Phytomedicine20023
46Natural products for high-throughput screeningAdvances in Phytomedicine20023
47Pharmacological modulation of cough reflexAdvances in Phytomedicine20063
48Ethnomedicine of the Cherokee: historical and current applicationsAdvances in Phytomedicine20022
49Development of antimalarial agents and drugs for parasitic infections based on leads from traditional medicine: the Walter Reed experienceAdvances in Phytomedicine20022
50Safety and efficacy of phytomedicinesAdvances in Phytomedicine20062