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Medicinal Plant Research in Africa: Pharmacology and Chemistry

by Victor Kuete

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0124059279, Hardcover)

The pharmacopoeias of most African countries are available and contain an impressive number of medicinal plants used for various therapeutic purposes. Many African scholars have distinguished themselves in the fields of organic chemistry, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy and other areas related to the study of plant medicinal plants. However, until now, there is no global standard book on the nature and specificity of chemicals isolated in African medicinal plants, as well as a book bringing together and discussing the main bioactive metabolites of these plants. This book explores the essence of natural substances from African medicinal plants and their pharmacological potential. In light of possible academic use, this book also scans the bulk of African medicinal plants extract having promising pharmacological activities.

The book contains data of biologically active plants of Africa, plant occurring compounds and synthesis pathways of secondary metabolites.This book explores the essence of natural substances from African medicinal plants and their pharmacological potentialThe authors are world reknowned African Scientists.

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Explores the essence of natural substances from African medicinal plants and their pharmacological potential.

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