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Effects of mustard oil cake on liver proteins of Channa punctatus (Bloch)

toxic evaluation of organophosphorus insecticide monocrotophos on the edible fish species Nemacheilus botia. Eco Environ & Conservation 8 (1): 95–98.

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Development of organic cultivation of medicinal plants in the north india

References 1. IUCN. Guidelines on the conservation of medicinal plants. IUCN, Gland, 1993. 2. WHO. WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2002-2005. Geneva 2002. http://www.who.int/medicines/library/trm/trm_strat_eng. 3. Gilani AH, Atta-ur-Rahman. Trends in ethnopharmacology. J Ethnopharmacol 2005; 100:43-49. 4. Verpoorte R, Choi YH, Kim HK. Ethnopharmacology and systems biology: A perfect holistic match. J Ethnopharmacol 2005; 100:53-56. 5. Houghton PJ. The role of plants in

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Various aspects of piscine toxicology

'lveda MS. (2010) The effects of silver nanoparticles on fathead minnow ( Pimephales promelas) embryos. Ecotoxicology   19 : 185-195. Mc Aloose D and Newton AL. (2009). Wildlife cancer: a conservation perspective. Nature Reviews   9 : 517-526. Mitrowska K, Posyniak A, Żmudzki J. (2008). Tissue distribution and persistence of malachite green and leucomalachite green in common carp Medycyna Wet   64 : 1055-1058 [in Polish]. Modrá H, Svobodová Z. (2009). Incidence odf animal poisoing cases in

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Impact of pesticides use in agriculture: their benefits and hazards

and Donaldson EM. (1981). Stress response of juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynnchus nerka) to the butoxyethanol ester of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol   27 : 877-884. McConnell LL, Nelson E, Rice CP, Baker JE, Johnson WE, Harman JA and Bialek K. (1997). Chlorpyrifos in the air and surface water of Chesapeake Bay: predictions of atmospheric deposition fluxes. Environ Sci Technology   31 , 1390-1398. Mohan RSL. (1989). Conservation and management of the Ganges river dolphin

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From Botanical to Medical Research
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Twinflower (Linnaea borealis L.) – plant species of potential medicinal properties

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Twinflower (Linnaea borealis L.) is a widespread circumboreal plant species belonging to Linnaeaceae family (previously Caprifoliaceae). L. borealis commonly grows in taiga and tundra. In some countries in Europe, including Poland, twinflower is protected as a glacial relict. Chemical composition of this species is not well known, however in folk medicine of Scandinavian countries, L. borealis has a long tradition as a cure for skin diseases and rheumatism. It is suggested that twinflower has potential medicinal properties. The new study on lead secondary metabolites responsible for biological activity are necessary. This short review summarizes very sparse knowledge on twinflower: its biology, distribution, conservation status, chemical constituents, and describes the role of this plant in folk tradition of Scandinavian countries.

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Variability of southern sweet-grass (Hierochloë australis /Schrad./ Roem. & Schult.) wild growing populations occurring in eastern Poland

Symposium on the Conservation of Medicinal Plants Trade in Europe. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom, 22-23 June 1998:21-22. 17. Canter PH, Thomas H, Ernst E. Bringing medicinal plants into cultivation: opportunities and challenges for biotechnology. Trends Biotechn 2005; DOI:10.1016/j.tibtech.2005.02.002. 18. Ryser P, Eek L. Consequences of phenotypic plasticity vs. intraspecific differences in leaf and root traits for aquisitation of aboveground and belowground resources. Am J Bot 2000; 87:402-411. 19. Bourgaud F, Hehn A, Larbat R, Doerper S

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Phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of Nothapodytes nimmoniana. An overview

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Influence of storage and pre-sowing treatment of southern sweet-grass seeds on their germination and initial growth of seedlings

. Functional traits of selected clones of southern sweet-grass ( Hierochloë australis /Schrad./ Roem. et Schult.). Herba Pol 2014; 60(3):23-33. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/hepo-2014-0013 8. WHO, IUCN, WWF. Guidelines on the conservation of medicinal plants. Somerset, UK. Castel Cary Press, 1993:17-23. 9. Wierzchowska-Renke K. Uwagi o suszeniu turówki wonnej ( Hierochloë odorata Wahlb.) i turówki leśnej ( Hierochloë australis Roem. et Schult.). Zielarski Biuletyn Informacyjny 1972; 1:8-10. 10. Wierzchowska-Renke K, Sulma T. Badanie ziela turówki

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Characterisation and evaluation of morphological trials, biological features and seed yield of 23 flax accessions (Linum usitatissimum L.) of different geographical origins

: Flax Genetic Resources in Europe, 2001; Praque, Czech Republic. 2001: 49-54. 4. Convention on Biological Diversity. Global Strategy for Plant Conservation. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, Canada, 2000; http://www.biodiv.org 5. Convention on Biological Diversity. 2000 Bio-diversity Target. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, Canada 2000; http://www.biodiv.org 6. Międzynarodowy Traktat o zasobach gene-tycznych roślin dla wyżywienia i rolnictwa, sporządzony w Rzymie dnia 3 listopada 2001 r

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