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Volume 89, Number 2, December 2003

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Ifc(Editorial Board)
pp. CO2-CO2(1)

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Guide for Authors
pp. I-III(3)

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Immunostimulant principles from Curculigo orchioides
pp. 181-184(4)
Authors: Lakshmi, V.; Pandey, K.; Puri, A.; Saxena, R.P.; Saxena, K.C.

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Screening of plant extracts for antiprotozoal and cytotoxic activities
pp. 185-191(7)
Authors: Camacho, M.d.R.; Phillipson, J.D.; Croft, S.L.; Solis, P.N.; Marshall, S.J.; Ghazanfar, S.A.

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Herbal medicine in Jordan with special emphasis on commonly used herbs
pp. 193-197(5)
Authors: Abu-Irmaileh, B.E.; Afifi, F.U.

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An ethnobotanical study of medicinal and aromatic plants in the Natural Park of ''Serra de Sao Mamede'' (Portugal)
pp. 199-209(11)
Authors: Camejo-Rodrigues, J.; Ascensao, L.; Bonet, M.A.; Valles, J.

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A review of plants used in folk veterinary medicine in Italy as basis for a databank
pp. 221-244(24)
Authors: Viegi, L.; Pieroni, A.; Guarrera, P.M.; Vangelisti, R.

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Screening of entomopathogenic Deuteromycetes for activities on targets involved in degenerative diseases of the central nervous system
pp. 251-260(10)
Authors: Schmidt, K.; Li, Z.; Schubert, B.; Huang, B.; Stoyanova, S.; Hamburger, M.

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Screening for acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activity in plants used in Thai traditional rejuvenating and neurotonic remedies
pp. 261-264(4)
Authors: Ingkaninan, K.; Temkitthawon, P.; Chuenchom, K.; Yuyaem, T.; Thongnoi, W.

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Anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity of taxoids and lignans from the heartwood of Taxus baccata L.
pp. 265-270(6)
Authors: Kupeli, E.; Erdemoglu, N.; Yesilada, E.; Sener, B.

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Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of essential oils of Eucalyptus
pp. 277-283(7)
Authors: Silva, J.; Abebe, W.; Sousa, S.M.; Duarte, V.G.; Machado, M.I.L.; Matos, F.J.A.

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Antimalarial activity of Sida acuta Burm. f. (Malvaceae) and Pterocarpus erinaceus Poir. (Fabaceae)
pp. 291-294(4)
Authors: Karou, D.; Dicko, M.H.; Sanon, S.; Simpore, J.; Traore, A.S.

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Studies on the toxicity of Punica granatum L. (Punicaceae) whole fruit extracts
pp. 295-300(6)
Authors: Vidal, A.; Fallarero, A.; Pena, B.R.; Medina, M.E.; Gra, B.; Rivera, F.; Gutierrez, Y.; Vuorela, P.M.

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Antibacterial activity of Leontopodium alpinum (Edelweiss)
pp. 301-303(3)
Authors: Dobner, M.J.; Schwaiger, S.; Jenewein, I.H.; Stuppner, H.

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Study of Mimusops elengi bark in experimental gastric ulcers
pp. 305-311(7)
Authors: Shah, P.J.; Gandhi, M.S.; Shah, M.B.; Goswami, S.S.; Santani, D.

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Volume Contents
pp. 315-317(3)

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Author Index
pp. 319-320(2)

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Subject Index
pp. 321-326(6)

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