Economic and Medicinal Plant Research: v. 3
This series identifies areas of research in natural plant products that are of immediate or projected importance from a practical point of view. It reviews these areas in a concise and critical manner. Graduate students, researchers will find the timely reviews presented here to be invaluable. Decision makers in industry and government agencies will also find the material beneficial.
- Hardback | 150 pages
- 147.32 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 226.8g
- 01 Apr 1989
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
It is essential reading for anybody concerned with natural product drugs. I await volume two of this series with great interest. --IRISH PHARMACY JOURNAL
Table of contents
P.P. Principe, The Economic Significance of Plants and their Constituents as Drugs. P.I.Trigg, Qinghaisu (Artemisin) as an Antimalarial Drug. H. Hembold, The Azadirachtins--Their Potential for Insect Control. K. Hostettmann, Plant Derived Molluscicides of Current Importance. J.A. Klocke, Plant Compounds as Sources and Models of Insect Control Agents.