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Ethnobotanical Leaflets is an international web journal dedicated to scientific publications in the field of botany, plant sciences, and plant biology. The web journal is a collection of peer-reviewed articles on plant sciences that provides a comprehensive list of studies on the uses of plants in medicine, agriculture, forestry, and other fields by professional research paper writers from across the globe. The research articles posted on the website have been reviewed by the scientific community and are considered credible and relevant as per the date of publication.
Research Paper Writers Help
Writing a research paper is a complex and time-consuming process that involves an in-depth study of a specific issue or a multitude of issues, usually in correlation to one another. The majority of professional research paper writers focus on a particular topic of discussion and deliver valuable insight into the issue to provide the audience with the answer to the posed question. Each research has to have a core problem it tries to address, an argument it attempts to make or a question it attempts to answer. This allows the research paper writer to focus on a particular point and deliver a definitive value to the audience.
The Uses of Research Papers
Scientific institutions and businesses often hire research paper writers to help them conduct their studies, test new products, find solutions to their problems, and other reasons. Research paper services in the field of plant science are especially valuable to pharmaceutical companies and businesses involved in the manufacturing of plant-based goods. This allows them to come up with the hypotheses for the new products, assess their viability, test their safety and usability, and ultimately determine the market viability of the product. Writing a paper is not easy as it often involves extensive study and observation, so it might take months or even years to finish. Of course, some papers might be finished much faster, but they still require the skills of the best research paper writers to have a real scientific value.
Writing a Research Paper
A good research paper needs to follow certain universally accepted guidelines to qualify as such. Research paper writers came up with these guidelines over the decades and even centuries of practice, and as of yet, all the research paper writers follow the basic rules with slight deviations depending on their field of studies or peculiar features of their topics. The following is a widely-accepted structure for the paper most scientists adhere to. Some changes are possible, but in general, any paper has to contain the following sections.
First and foremost, it is essential to pick the right topic for the research, and professional research paper writers always make sure to choose a problematic topic. That way, they can make a strong problem statement, show the audience why the topic is worth talking about, and state the objectives of the study. Research paper writers help the audience see the problem clearly and then offer a solution.
It does not always have to be a problem per se; the study might be focused on curiosity or academic interest. Many of science’s most exciting developments have been made by people asking the simple what-if question. Experimentation and curiosity often lead to the most incredible findings, and that is more than enough to make a breakthrough study.
After the problem has been discussed, the research paper writers switch to discussing the context of the study. They show the audience the setting in which the study occurred, specify the study design, describe the sample size (how many material objects or subjects were involved in it), describe their sampling strategy, any equipment they used, any variables that might influence the results of the study, and so forth. This allows the audience to have a much better understanding of the setting in which the study occurred, which increases the credibility of the study in the eyes of the audience.
Everything that has been involved in the study has to be described to the audience so that people know the results of the study are viable and were not influenced by any unrelated factors. If any online materials were used, they need to be mentioned and cited as well, and any online research paper writer should always mention any colleagues that contributed to the study. Proper referencing is critical for any scientific work as there always are some prior findings that the scientists base their ideas on.
The research paper writers ultimately strive to present certain results to the audience as that is the main goal of any paper. The results need to be properly collected in a controlled environment and recorded in a concise and professional manner so that the audience has a full picture of the outcomes of the scrutiny. The key findings need to be recorded and presented to the audience without any bias, even if they contradict the researchers’ expectations of hopes. Secondary findings, if any, need to be reported as well.
The results of the study might not coincide with whatever the author aimed or hoped to find in the first place. Nonetheless, any result is a result, and it gives the scientific community valuable insight into the topic.
That is the part where research paper writers share their view on the findings remembering, however, to avoid biased statements or false projections. The author needs to be completely honest about any possible limitations of the study. It is actually challenging to conduct a flawless study without considerable funding and a large sample size; that is why it is always important to tell the audience about the potential flaws in the methodology. Here, the authors may also express hopes or offer a statement for any future studies they may conduct on the subject.
Discussing the results of the study is important for driving the main ideas of the paper home and letting the audience know what the results mean in the grand scheme of things. This section allows the audience to connect to the findings and understand their importance while keeping an eye on further innovations in the field. Sometimes, the study might fail to deliver the expected results, at which point the research paper writers need to acknowledge the limitations of the study or conclude that they asked the wrong questions in their problem statement section. This happens, and there’s no shame in failed research as it also gives the scientific community a valuable experience.
Hire Research Writers
Hiring professional research paper writers is a common practice as the research paper writers help drive the scientific field further and expand the public’s understanding of certain issues. That is exactly why universities, businesses, and even individual clients hire research paper writers to help them scrutinize certain topics or make some things clear for them. In the field of plant science, it is extremely important to constantly invest in the community’s understanding of different ways the plants might benefit people in different areas of their daily lives. For that reason, it is a common practice to hire research paper writers to conduct studies and record their results in a professional manner.
Volume 14 - Edition 2010
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1 Ethno-medicinal Plants Used for Amenorrhoea and Abnormal Menstruation Diseases in Danta Taluka (Gujarat) by N.K. Patel
5 Indigenous Traditional Method for Making Liquid Detergent "Chhoa" from Zea mays Linn. in Shivalik Hills (Himachal Pradesh), India by Dhiraj S. Rawat and Anjna D. Kharwal
8 Evaluation of Antibacterial Activity of Flower Extracts of Cassia auriculata by S. Manceemegalai and T. Naveen
21 Some Antipyretic Ethno-medicinal Plants of Manipuri Community of Barak Valley, Assam, India by Manabendra Dutta Choudhury, Meenakshi Bawari and Shyamali Singha
29 Traditional Uses of Plants in Indigenous Folklore of Nizamabad District, Andra Pradesh, India by Vijigiri Dinesh and Sharma P.P.
46 Medicinal Plant Diversity and their Conservation Status in Wildlife Institute of India (WII) Campus, Dehradun by B.S. Adhikari, M.M. Babu, P.L. Saklani and G.S. Rawat
95 Tribal Medicinal Studies on Sriharikota Island, Andhra Pradesh by R. Bharath Kumar and B. Surya Narayana
108 Central Nervous System Depressant Properties of Treculia africana Decne by A.O. Aderibigbe, I.O. Adeyemi and O.I. Agboola
120 Traditional Phytotherapy for Snake Bites by Tribes of Chitradurga District, Karnataka, India by V.T. Hiremath and T.C. Taranath
126 Study of Parasite Hosts of the Genus Cuscuta and its Traditional Uses in Palanpur Taluka, Gujarat by J.N. Patel and N.K. Patel
136 Traditional Knowledge on Medicinal Plants Used by the Irula Tribe of Hasanur Hills, Erode District, Tamil Nadu, India by P. Revathi and T. Parimelazhagan
161 Ethnomedicinal Use of Pteridophyte from Kolli Hills, Namakkal District, Tamil Nadu, India by G. Perumal
173 Ethnobotanical Documentation of a Few Medicinal Plants in the Agasthiayamalai Region of Tirunelveli District, India by Shubashini K. Sripathi and Uma Sankari U
182 Evaluation of Antibacterial Activity of Flower Extracts of Cassia auriculata L. by S. Maneemegalai and T. Naveen
193 Ethnobotanical Observations in the Mornaula Reserve Forest of Kumoun, West Himalaya, India by Shreekar Pant and S.S. Samant
218 Traditional Uses of Plants as Cooling Agents by the Tribal and Traditional Communities of Dang Region in Rajasthan, India by Leena Sharma and Sitaram Khandelwal
225 Nutritional Assessment and Chemical Composition of Raw and Defatted Luffa cylindrica Seed Flour by A.S. Abitogun and A.O. Ashogbon
236 Investigations on Anti-Diabetic Medicinal Plants Used by Tribal Inhabitants of Nalamankadai, Chitteri Reserv Forest, Dharmapuri, India by K. Kadhirvel, et al.
248 Phytochemical Screening of Methanolic Extract and Antibacterial Activity of Active Principles of Hepatoprotective Herb, Eclipta alba by Sunita Dalal, Sudhir K. Kataria, K.V. Sastry and S.V.S. Rana
259 Wild Medicinal Plants Used by Local Communities of Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Neena Rani Boktapa and Avinash Kumar Sharma
268 Distributions and Folk Tibb Knowledge of Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum L.) in NWFP, Pakistan by Khalid Hussain, Syed Zia-ul-Hussnain and Aamir Shahazad
274 Ethnomedicinal Plant Resources of Mizoram, India: Implication of Traditional Knowledge in Health Care System by Prabhat Kumar Rai and H. Lalramughinglova
306 Antimicrobial Activity of a Rarely Known Species, Morinda citrifolia L. by R. Usha, Sangeetha Sashidharan and M. Palaniswamy
312 Effect of Cadmium on Seed Viability of Vigna unguiculata by Henry Omoregie Egharevba
319 Preliminary Survey of Medicinal Plants Used in Treatment of Animal Trypanosomosis in Kaduna State, Nigeria by V.A. Maikai, U. Abubakar, A.A. Salman and T.N. Inuwa
327 Time of Weed Removal Influence on Vegetative and Reproductive Yield of Two Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) Varieties, Ife Brown and TVX3236 by K.S. Olorunmaiye
344 Antimicrobial Activity of Ethanolic Extracts of Syzygium aromanticum and Allium sativum Against Food Associated Bacteria and Fungi by Ram Kumar Pundir, Pranay Jain and Chetan Sharma
361 Phytotherapeutical Methods Used by Traditional Healers of Eturnagaram Mandal, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, India by K. Rajendar, D. Raju, M. Tirupathi and K. Jaganmohan Reddy
366 Farmers' Attitudes Towards On-Farm Cultivation of Indigenous Fruit Trees in Adwari Sub-County, Lira District, Uganda by Jacob Godfrey Agea, Joseph Obua, Daniel Waiswa, Clement Akais Okia and J.B.L. Okullo
381 Physiochemical Parameters and Antimicrobial Activities of Oil Extracted from Ginger by Abitogun A.S. and Badejo O.F.
390 Antimicrobial Activity of Leaf of Aspila africana on some Pathogenic Organisms of Clinical Origin by I.I. Anibijuwon, O.P. Duyilemi and A.K. Onifade
402 In Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Sapindus mukorossi and Emblica officinalis Against Dental Caries Pathogens by Kamal Rai Aneja, Radhika Joshi and Chetan Sharma
413 Effect of Cadmium on Seed Viability of Vigna unguiculata by Henry Omoregie Egharevba
420 Flora of Sacred Groves at Sriharikota Island, Andhra Pradesh, India by R. Bharath Kumar
427 Evaluation of Hepatoprotective Activities of Calotropis gigantea R.Br. Flowers by Ameeta Argal and Abhishek Dwivedi
435 An Appraisal of the Contributions of Herbalism to Primary Health Care Delivery in South West Nigeria by A.B. Kadiri, A.A. Adekunie and A.E. Ayodele
445 Screening for Antibacterial Activity of Andrographis paniculata Used in Malaysian Folkloric Medicine: A Possible Alternative for the Treatment of Skin Infections by A. Sule, Q.U. Ahmed, O.A. Samah and M.N. Omar
457 Preliminary Phytochemical and Pharmacognostical Investigation of Pediatrics Antimalarial Laggera pterodonta (DC) Sch. Bip.: Asteraceae of Nigerian Origin by Okhale, Samuel Ehiabhi, Odiniya, Emmanuel and Kunle, Oluyemisi Florence
467 Plants Used Against Gastro-Intestinal Disorders and As Anti Hemorrhagic by Three Tribes of North Tripura District, Tripura, India: A Report by S. Das and M. Dutta Choudhury
479 Biocidal Activities of Some Tropical Moss Extracts Against Maize Stem Borers by Ande, A.T., Wahedi, J.A. and Fatoba, P.O.
491 Floristic Diversity and Indigenous Uses of Forest Vegetation of Dabka Watershed in Indian Central Himalaya by Abhay Bahuguna, et al.
511 Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants Used in the Treatment of Dermatogenic Diseases in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India by B. Jyothi, G. Sudarsanam, Bulusu Sitaram, G. Prasada Babu and N. Yasodamma
518 Effects of Petroleum Products on the Chlorophyll Accumulation in Barbula lambarenensis by P.O. Fatoba, K.S. Olorunmaiye and R.M. Ogulade
529 Ethnobotanical Survey of Folklore Plants for the Treatment of Jaundice and Snakebites in Vellore Districts of Tamilnadu, India byT. Thirumalai, E.K. Elumalai, S. Viviyan Theresa, B. Senthikumar and E. David
537 Studies on the Antimicrobial Properties and Phytochemical Screening of Garlic (Allium sativum) Extracts by Olusanmi, M.J. and Amadi, J.E.
546 From 'Vagabonds' to Ethnobotanical Relevance: Weeds of the Campus Sites of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria by M.O. Soladoye, A.A. Osipitan, M.A. Sonibare and E.C. Chukwuma
559 Antioxidative Potentials of Banana and Plantain Peel Extracts on Crude Palm Oil by Arawande Jacob Olalekan and Komalafe Eniayo Ayodeji
570 Preliminary Phytochemical and Proximate Analysis of the Leaves of Piliostigma thonningii (Schumach.) Milne-Redhead by Egharevba, Henry Omorege and Kunle, Folashad Oluyemisi
578 Antidiabetic Potentials of Various Ethno-Medicinal Plants of Rajasthan by Ekta Menghani, Arvind Pareek, Rosham Singh Negi and C.K. Ojha
584 Ethnobotanical Studies on Dental Hygiene in District Hamipur, Himachal Pradesh (H.P.), India by Dhiraj S. Rawat, Anjina D. Kharwal and Suman Rawat
593 Foliar Epideermal Morphology and Anti-diabetic Property of Andrographis paniculata (Burm. f.) Wall ex Nees by T.R. Fasola, A.E. Ayodele, A.A. Odetola and N.E. Umotok
599 Pharmacognostic and Phytochemical Investigation of Ficus carica Linn. by Kalaskar M.G., Shah D.R., Raja N.M., Surana S.J. and Gond N.Y.
610 Pharmacognostic and Phytochemical Analysis of Commelina benghalensis L. by Ibrahim, Jemilat; Ajaegbu, Vivian Chioma; and Egharevba, Henry Omoregie
616 Survey of Phytochemical Diversity of Secondary Metabolism in Selected Wild Medicinal Plants by M. Maridass
626 Documentation and Analysis of Certain Macrofungal Traditional Practices from Western India (Gujarat) by Suman S. Lahiri, Mrugesh D. Shukla, Manta B. Shah, and Hasmukh A. Modi
642 Ethno-medicinal Plants Used for Gonorrhoea Diseases in Danta Taluka (Gujarat) by N.K. Patel
648 Foliar Epidermal Morphology and Anti-Diabetic Property of Andrographis paniculata (Burm.f.) Wall ex Nees by T.R. Fasola, A.E. Ayodele, A.A. Odetola and N.E. Umotok
654 Antimicrobial Activities of Some Euphorbiaceae Plants Used in the Traditional Medicine of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria by A. Essiett Uduak and K. Ajibesin Kola'
665 Botanical Identity of Plants Used in the Traditional Indian Ritual - "Hawana" by Prasad K. Subrahmanya and K. Raveendran
674 Ethnobotanical Observations of Euphorbiaceae Species from Vidarbha Region, Maharashtra, India by G. Phani Kumar and Alka Chaturvedi
681 Traditional Plant Fencing and its Conservatory Nature in Kasaragod District, Kerala, India by Prasad K. Subrahmanya and K. Raveendran
687 Ethnomedicine Against Jaundice Used by Gond Tribes of Adilabad District, Andhra Pradesh, India by V. Madhu and T.N. Swamy
694 Ethnobotanical Studies on Plant Resources of Tahsil Multai, District Betul, Madhya Pradesh, India by Dinesh K. Dahare and Aruna Jain
706 Effects of Citric Acid and Methanol Extracts of Bananas and Plantain Peels on Stability of Refined Soybean Oil by J.O. Arawande, I.A. Amoo and L. Lajide
715 Ethnomedicinal Observation Among the Bheel and Bhilal Tribe of Jhabua District, Madhya Pradesh, India by V. Wagh Vijay and K. Jain Ashok
721 Ethno-Medicinal Profile of DifferentPlant Parts of Calotropis procera (Ait,) R. Br. by Raginee Verma. G.P. Satsangi and J.N. Shrivastava
743 Ethno-Colour Concept Among Some Tribals Inhabiting in Selected Villages of Ganjam District, Odisha, India by Pradipa Kumar Das
751 Documentation of Wild Edible Plants of Melghat Forest, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra State, India byBhogaonkar Prabha Y., Vishal R. Marathe and Prachi P. Kshirsagar
759 Screening for the Hypoglycaemic Potentials of the Extract of Vernonia amyggalina by T.R. Fasola, P.C. Okeocha and A. Odetola
766 Screening of Antimicrobial Ethanolic Extract of Peristrophe bicalyculata by O.E. Giwa, O.E. Seyifunmi, B.L. Adewumi, V.T. Adebote and A.O. Aladejimokun
774 Ethno-Medicinal Plants in Five Sacred Groves in Cuddalore District, Tamilnadu, India by Munisamy Anbarashan and Anbarashan Padmavathy
781 Evaluation of Antioxidant, Anti-tyrosinase and Antibacterial Activities of Selected Hibiscus Species by S.K. Wong, Y.Y. Lim and E.W.C. Chan
797 Epicuticular Wax and Volatiles of Kigelia pinnata Leaf Extract by Atolani Olubunmi and Olatunji A. Gabriel
807 Ethnomedicinal Survey for Important Plants of Jalalpur Jattan, District Gujrat, Punjab, Pakistan by Khalid Hussain, M. Farrukh Nisar, Abdul Majeed, Khalid Nawaz and Khizar Hayat Bhatti
826 Anatomical and Phytochemical Studies of the Leaves and Roots of Urginea grandiflora Bak. and Pancratium tortuosum Herbert by H.A.S. Sultan, B.I. Abu Elreish and S.M. Yagi
836 Plant Species in the Folk Medicine of Kit Mikayi Region, Western Kenya by Arwa S. Phanuel, Nyunja R.O. and Onyango J.C.
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