|Statement||by J. H. Holland|
|Series||Bulletin of miscellaneous information : Additional series ; 9, Bulletin of miscellaneous information (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) -- 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 963 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||963|
Useful Plants Of Nigeria. likes 5 talking about this. We provides people with the list and categories for the different ways on which a plant can be ers: Nigerian medicinal plants (Aspilia africana, Bryophyllum pinnatum, Garcinia kola, Spondias mombim and Uvaria chamea) are used in herbal medicine to cure diseases, protect and regenerate liver cells, prevent alcoholic liver damage, viral liver damage and toxic liverCited by: Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Get print book. No eBook available. ; Barnes& A Textbook of Medicinal Plants from Nigeria. Tolu 3/5(3). plants that used in Nigeria. A compiled check list of these plants including their Latin names, families, parts used, medicinal uses, and name in different Nigerian states is the main purpose of this study. All available information about either the traditional medicinal plants or ethnobotanical surveys in Nigeria .
pepper) and some semi-wild plants such as Dacryodis edulis, etc. They also include ornamental plants like Lawsonia inermis(Dye) and herbs. The parts of plants used for medicinal preparations vary from leaves, stem barks, seeds, roots, fruits. and flowers respectively. These are found in Table 3. The leaves were observed to be top priority asFile Size: KB. "The book gives a good description of African medicinal plants and their use within the general African culture . This is an interesting handbook for phytochemists, pharmacologists, anthropologists, or anyone who is interested in African medicinal plants. A pioneer work on African medicinal by: Native Plants Of Nigeria. Nigeria's varied plant species are used in construction, food, medicine, and decoration. Many are threatened. A wild specimen of African Corkwood : Gregory Sousa. T his is a website for Medicinal Plants in is a typical tropical country with rare vegetations The site provides for unique photographs and database of medicinal plants found in Nigeria. There is useful information for researchers and students in various disciplines of Medicine, Pharmaceutical sciences, Biological Sciences, Traditional Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and.
Tropical rainforests in Nigeria are famous for their epiphyte plants, which are plants that mainly grow on other plants. This includes orchids, mosses, lichens and various species of cacti. The African white mahogany tree and the ube tree are both common rainforest trees found in Nigeria as well. Burkill, I. H., () The Useful Plants of Tropical West Africa. 2nd Edition Vol. 1, Families A-D. Royal Botanical Garden Kew, Richmon Gbile, Z. O. () Vernacular Names of Nigerian plants in Hausa Federal Research Institute of Nigeria, Ibadan. The group also shares and documents evidence-based therapeutic knowledge. Such groups and training schools exist all over Nigeria. ASICUMPON has published a checklist of medicinal plants of Nigeria and their curative values. Other books have likewise produced useful information [16, 21].Cited by: 3. Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa 4, Objects Useful Plants of Tropical West Africa is an updated and revised book of J.M. Dalziel's survey of economically important plants in West Tropical Africa. Each entry contains the scientific, as well as West African, name for the specimen in addition to any other common names.