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Journal of Botanical Research

ISSN: 2630-5054 (Online)

Vol. 4 , Iss. 1 (January 2022)


  • Protective Roles of Some Leafy and Non-leafy Vegetables against the Severity of Arsenic-induced Skin Lesions among Women Living in Rural Bangladesh: A Case Control Study

    Shayla Nasrin, Mahbuba Kawser, Selim Ahmed, Anup Kumar Saha, Anamul Haque, Rufaida Rahman, Akhi Akter, Sheikh Nazrul Islam

    Article ID: 4050
    226  (Abstract) 72  (Download)
    Arsenicosis is common among villagers as they drink more contaminatedwater since the arsenic-crisis in Bangladesh. Supplementation of vitamins and micronutrients in counteracting arsenic toxicity has been proved for arsenic treatment. This study was intended to assess protective and beneficial roles of some commonly eaten vegetables on the development and severity of arsenicinduced skin lesions. A...
  • Wild Edible Plants Used by the Tribes of Panvel and Uran Tahsils in Alibaugh District, India: Ethnobotanical Application and Tribal Recipes

    V.M. Jamdhade

    Article ID: 4280
    372  (Abstract) 87  (Download)

    The “Indus-Vedic” cultural heritage of India is well-known. Wild edible plants, sometimes known as weeds, are widely consumed in India’s varied areas. Wild edible plants and weeds are essential for tribes’ survival, both as a source of food and as a source of money, such as timber. This study aims to identify wild vegetables collected...

  • Volatile Constituents of Leaves of Trifolium alexandrinum

    Faiza Faiz, Azeem Intisar, Ahsan Sharif, Mateen Hedar, Arooj Ramzan, Tehzeeb Sawaira, Fiaz Kausar

    Article ID: 4347
    219  (Abstract) 65  (Download)
    This study presents the volatile constituents from leaves of Trifolium alexandrinum from Pakistan. The dried leaves were subjected to hydrodistillation for extraction and extracted volatile oil was subsequently characterized by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry technique. A total of 22 compounds were identified where the most dominant constituents were: phytol (46.00%), palmitic acid (9.26%), phytol acetate (6.44%),...


  • Current Standing of Longleaf Pine Trees under Climate Change

    Kimberly A. Bowman, Xiongwen Chen

    Article ID: 4350
    208  (Abstract) 84  (Download)

    Climate change poses many risks to economically and ecologically crucial species. Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) trees are keystone species that were once dominant across the southeastern United States, but now occupy less than 5% of their historic range and are thus classified as endangered. Here we review the current status and challenges facing...