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*Comparison in Various Bioactive Compounds of Leaves and Seeds of Foeniculum vulgare Mill. by Gulfraz, M., M. Arshad, N. Uzma, Kanwal and K. Shabir

*Pharmacognostic Studies of some Indigenous Medicinal Plants of Pakistan by Abid Mahmood, Mushtaq Ahmad, Asma Jabeen, Muhammad Zafar and Saima Nadeem

*Ethnobotanical Study of Galliyat for Botanical Demography and Bio-Ecological Diversification by Muhammad Arshad and Mushtaq Ahmad

*Investigation for Bioactive Compounds of Berberis lyceum Royle and Justicia adhatoda L. by M. Gulfraz, M. Arshad, N. Nayyer, N. Kanwal and U. Nisar

*Medico-Botanical Investigation of Medicinally important Plants from Galliyat Areas, NWFP (Pakistan) by Muhammad Arshad amd Mushtaq Ahmad

*Ethnophytotherapical Approaches for the Treatment of Diabetes by the Local Inhabitants of District Attock (Pakistan) by Mushtaq Ahmad, Mir Ajab Khan, Muhammad Arshad and Mohammad Zafar

*Enicostemma littorale Blume-Scientific Monograph by Amrit Pal Singh

*Kutkins-A Review of Chemistry and Pharmacology by Amrit Pal Singh

*Challenges Faced to Mazri Palm (Nannorhops ritchieana): A Case Study of Jhankey, District Mardan, Pakistan by Addul Latif et al.

*Ethnobotany of Palas Valley, Pakistan by Zafeer Saqib and A. Sultan

*The Lost Glory of Folk Medicine by Amrit Pal Singh

*Ayurveda and Drug Standardization by Amrit Pal Singh

*Adhatoda vasica-Therapeutic Monograph by Amrit Pal Singh

*Studies on the traditional uses of plants of Malam Jabba valley, District Swat, Pakistan by Ilyas Iqbal and Muhammad Hamayun

*Ethnobotanical Studies Of Chandigarh Region by Amrit Pal Singh

*A Potential Anticancer Withanolide from Withania somnifera (L.) Dun. by Amrit Pal Singh

*Hepatotprotective Natural Products by Samir Malhotra and Amrit Pal Singh

*Glycyrrhizin-A Review by Amrit Pal Singh

*Studies on collection and marketing of Morchella (Morels) of Utror-Gabral Valleys, District Swat, Pakistan by Muhammad Hamayun and Mir Ajab Khan

*Ethnobotanical Resources of Manikhel Forests, Orakzai Tirah, Pakistan by Habib Ahmad, Samiullah Khan, Ahmad Khan and Muhammad Hamayun

*Salicin - A Natural Analgesic by Amrit P. Singh

*Distribution of Steroid-like Compounds in Plant Flora by Amrit P. Singh and A.S. Sandhu

*Potential and Market Status of Mushrooms as Non-Timber Forest Products in Pakistan by Abdul Latif , Zabta Khan Shinwari and Shaheen Begum

*Hypericin - A Napthodianthrone from Hypericum perforatum by Dr Amrit Pal Singh, MD

*Ethnobotanical Studies of some Useful Shrubs and Trees of District Buner, NWFP, Pakistan, by Muhammad Hamayun

*Marketing of medicinal plants of Utror-Gabral Valleys, Swat, Pakistan, by Muhammad Hamayun, Mir Ajab Khan and Shaheen Begum

*Common medicinal folk recipes of District Buner, NWFP, Pakistan, by Muhammad Hamayun, Ambara Khan and Mir Ajab Khan

*The Role of Natural Products in Pharmacotherapy of Alzheimer’s Disease, by Dr. Amrit Pal Singh, MD

*Pharmacological considerations of Tylophora asthmatica, by Dr. Amrit Pal Singh, MD

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Book Review Corner

*The Wealth of India by K.S. Krishnan Marg, editor.

*Medicine Quest by Mark Plotkin

*The Shaman's Apprentice by Lynne Cherry and Mark J. Plotkin

*The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry

*Medicinal Plants of the Heartland by Connie Kaye and Neil Billington

*Potions, Poisons, and Panaceas by David Brussell

*Origin and Early Diversification of Land Plants by P. Kenrick & P.R. Crane

Research Notes

*Costa Rica Herb Walk

*An Interview with Dr. Liao, Tang Center, Univ. Chicago

*Varroa Mites

*Starch Research Page

*Agriboard, Use of Non-timber Cellulose for Construction

*The Inclusive Herbarium by Edgar Anderson

*How to Define a Species?

Galleria Botanica


*EBL Featured Artist Keith Harrison

*EBL Featured artist Rebecca Brown

*Discover Domestication, Paris

*Botanical Artists Association of Southern Africa

*Redoute Magnolia+

*Decorated gum leaves, School of Botany Foundation

*Tony Swann review of most beautiful botanical books



*Society for Economic Botany: Home Page & News of Annual Meeting

*Society for Ecological Restoration, Niagra Falls, Ontario, Canada

*3rd International Conference on Ecosystems and Sustainable Development, Alicante, Spain

*International Association of Landscape Ecology, U.S. Symposium, Tempe, Arizona

Careers in Ethnobotany

*Earthworks-Job Opportunities

*Job Listings from the Chronicle of Higher Education

*Graduate Programs in Ethnobotany

*Undergraduate Studies in Ethnobotany

Worldwide Economic Botany Resources 

*Society for Economic Botany Home Page

*Herbs and Herb Gardening, Resource Guide

*American Botanical Council HerbalGram

*The Amazon Conservation Team

*Medicinal Plants of the Peruvian Amazon

*Useful Plants

*Ethnobotany in the Forests of Belize

*Secwepemc Ethnobotany

*Amazon Rain Forest Includes Ethno-herpatology

*Survey of Economic Plants for Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (SEPASAL)

*People and Plants Online

*Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops

*New Crop Resource Online Program

*Books Needing Reviewers for Journal of Economic Botany


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