Journal of
Medicinal Plants Research

  • Abbreviation: J. Med. Plants Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0875
  • DOI: 10.5897/JMPR
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 3646

Table of Content: June 2008; 2(6)

September 2013

Preliminary studies on the in vitro antitrypanosomal activity of aqueous and methanolic crude extracts of stem bark of Nauclea latifolia on Trypanosoma congolense

In Nigeria, herbal treatment of various types of diseases is very common using medicinal plants. In the present study, preliminary investigation on the In vitroantitrypanosomal activity of methanolic and aqueous extracts of stem bark extracts of Nauclea latifolia was evaluated on Trypanosoma congolense. Blood obtained from a highly infected mice with T. congolense (107) was incubated with...

Author(s): Maikai V. A , Kobo P. I     

  • Article Number: 85510AB15160

September 2013

In vitro antisickling effects of Xylopia aethiopica and Monodora myristica

The antisickling effects of two indigenous spices Xylopia aethiopica andMonodora myristica were investigated. Two hundred grams (200g) of each powdered sample was divided into two equal parts. One part was used for crude aqueous extraction (CAE) and the other, for Batch process extraction, with chloroform, methanol, butanol, and water to yield; the fat-soluble (FAS), butanol-soluble (BUS) and...

Author(s): Uwakwe A. A. and Nwaoguikpe R. N            

  • Article Number: A537D7915168

September 2013

Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, different levels of phosphorus and drought stress on water use efficiency, relative water content and proline accumulation rate of Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.).

An experiment was carried out using a split factorial based randomized complete block design with 4 replications to study the effects of AMF, phosphorus and drought stress on some characteristics of Coriander. The factors studied included application and non-application of mycorrhiza (Glomus hoi) 0.35 and 70 kg ha-1 phosphorus applications, and two levels of drought stress irrigation. The results showed that...

Author(s): Aliabadi Farahani, Hussein Lebaschi, Mohammad Hussein., Shiranirad Amir Hussein., Valadabadi Ali Reza and Daneshian Jahanfar    

  • Article Number: 9A04B1E15174

September 2013

Plants used in traditional management of human ailments at Bale Mountains National Park, Southeastern Ethiopia

Though the majority of people in Ethiopia at large, and at Bale Mountains National Park in particular, rely on ethnomedicinal plant species to manage human ailments, the indigenous knowledge largely remains undocumented. Therefore, an ethnobotanical study was conducted on medicinal plant species used to manage human ailments at Bale Mountains National Park, Southeastern Ethiopia. Observations and semi-structured...

Author(s): Haile Yineger , Ensermu Kelbessa, Tamrat Bekele and Ermias Lulekal    

  • Article Number: C4DEE2B15181