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Volume 75, Number 1, January 2004

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Editorial Board
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Antidiabetic potential of Barleria lupulina extract in rats
pp. 1-4(4)
Authors: Suba, V.; Murugesan, T.; Bhaskara Rao, R.; Ghosh, L.; Pal, M.; Mandal, S.C.; Saha, B.P.

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Two new O-geranyl coumarins from the resinous exudate of Haplopappus multifolius
pp. 5-8(4)
Authors: Torres, R.; Faini, F.; Monache, F.D.; Monache, G.D.

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Antileishmanial activity of aqueous onion extract in vitro
pp. 9-13(5)
Authors: Saleheen, D.; Ali, S.A.; Yasinzai, M.M.

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Protective effect of Spirulina fusiformis on chemical-induced genotoxicity in mice
pp. 24-31(8)
Authors: Premkumar, K.; Abraham, S.K.; Santhiya, S.T.; Ramesh, A.

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The aromatic and polyphenolic composition of Roman camomile tea
pp. 32-38(7)
Authors: Carnat, A.; Carnat, A.P.; Fraisse, D.; Ricoux, L.; Lamaison, J.L.

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Paeoniflorin: an antihyperlipidemic agent from Paeonia lactiflora
pp. 45-49(5)
Authors: Yang, H.O.; Ko, W.K.; Kim, J.Y.; Ro, H.S.

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Tocopherols, fatty acids and sterols in seeds of four Sardinian wild Euphorbia species
pp. 50-61(12)
Authors: Bruni, R.; Muzzoli, M.; Ballero, M.; Loi, M.C.; Fantin, G.; Poli, F.; Sacchetti, G.

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Antimicrobial activity of some medicinal plants from Ghana
pp. 65-67(3)
Authors: Konning, G.H.; Agyare, C.; Ennison, B.

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Antimicrobial screening of plants used for traditional medicine in the state of Perak, Peninsular Malaysia
pp. 68-73(6)
Authors: Wiart, C.; Mogana, S.; Khalifah, S.; Mahan, M.; Ismail, S.; Buckle, M.; Narayana, A.K.; Sulaiman, M.

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Comparative studies on biological activities of Prunus padus and P. spinosa
pp. 77-80(4)
Authors: Kumarasamy, Y.; Cox, P.J.; Jaspars, M.; Nahar, L.; Sarker, S.D.

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Antibacterial and antifungal activities of Trewia polycarpa roots
pp. 85-88(4)
Authors: Chamundeeswari, D.; Vasantha, J.; Gopalakrishnan, S.; Sukumar, E.

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Bioactive flavonoids from Kaempferia parviflora
pp. 89-92(4)
Authors: Yenjai, C.; Prasanphen, K.; Daodee, S.; Wongpanich, V.; Kittakoop, P.

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Antimicrobial activity of Rubus chamaemorus leaves
pp. 93-95(3)
Authors: Thiem, B.; Goslinska, O.

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New prenylated isoflavanones and other constituents of Lespedeza bicolor
pp. 96-98(3)
Authors: Maximov, O.B.; Kulesh, N.I.; Stepanenko, L.S.; Dmitrenok, P.S.

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Dihydrochalcones and coumarins of Esenbeckia grandiflora subsp. brevipetiolata
pp. 99-102(4)
Authors: Trani, M.; Carbonetti, A.; Delle Monache, G.; Delle Monache, F.

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Guide to Authors
pp. 103-106(4)

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