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Pharmacognosy with Reference to Evaluation of Medicinal Plants as an Alternative Therapy
Lead Guest Editor:
Jaya Kurhekar
Department of Microbiology, Bharati Vidyapeeth's Dr. Patangarao Kadam Mahavidyalaya, Sangli, Maharashtra, India
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Authors: Kurhekar Jaya Vikas
Pages: 1-6 Published Online: Jan. 14, 2015
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A Special Issue on “Pharmacognosy with reference to evaluation of medicinal plants as an alternative therapy” is an international issue that seeks to publish papers aimed at addressing significant issues related to evaluation of medicinal plants as antimicrobial agents, an alternative therapy, its various implications and problems, contributing towards addition of new concepts, trends and knowledge to phyto medicines. This special issue is being launched with an aim of highlighting research related to Medicinal plants and their applications in various fields, related to health care, prebiotics and pro-biotics, hoping to lead towards a natural and healthier environment for the well being of our future generations and the life around us.

High quality papers are encouraged, for publication, directly related to various aspects as mentioned above. Novel techniques for the study are encouraged. Research papers, Critical review papers, News & Views from Research and Technology and Letters to the Editor will be welcomed. The international and interdisciplinary profile of the issue and appropriate peer review as well as refereeing procedures will be maintained and safe guarded by the editors. The Editors welcome the following contributions:
1. Full research papers: with observations and results from scientific investigations
2. Review papers: with critical reviews of subjects and topics included
3. Comments: Opinions, concerns, questions about subjects and topics included in the issue
Letters to the Editor: in order to discuss issues or concerns about subjects and topics included in the issue and initiate correspondence
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