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Chemical and Chemotaxonomic Aspects of Some Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Species from Utrrakhand: A Review
Rakesh K. Joshi
Bipin C. Joshi
Mukul K. Sati
Rakesh K. Joshi1*, Bipin C. Joshi2, Mukul K. Sati1
1Department of Education, Government of Uttrakhand, India
2Department of Chemistry, LSM PG College, Pithoragarh, India
The plants are accredited with medicinal properties because of the presence of certain chemicals known as secondary plant metabolites. India has been the principal supplier of the palmarosa oil, vetiver oil, sandalwood oil, lemongrass oil and ginger oil. Essential oils are not only indispensable to the development of fragrance and flavour industries, but also prove potentially important to the pharmaceutical industries as well. In present communication a literature based survey of some aromatic plants is presented in terms of chemical constituents.
Essential Oils, Neepeta, Valeriana, Cymbopogan, Artemisia.
Rakesh K. Joshi, Bipin C. Joshi, Mukul K. Sati. Chemical and Chemotaxonomic Aspects of Some Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Species from Utrrakhand: A Review. Asian J. Pharm. Tech. 2014; Vol. 4: Issue 3, Pg 157-162.
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