RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Antimicrobial and anti-Quorum Sensing activities of selected medicinal plants of Ethiopia: Implication for development of potent antimicrobial agents Ketema Bacha1* Yinebeb Tariku2 Fisseha Gebreyesus3 Shibru Zerihun4 Ali Mohammed5 Nancy Weiland-Bruer6 Ruth A Schmitz6 and Mulugeta Mulat1 7 Abstract Antimalarial activity of selected Ethiopian medicinal plants in mice [Actividad antipaldica de plantas medicinales etopes seleccionadas en ratones] Eshetu M Bobasa1* This study was supported by the Jimma University academic staff research grant 2013/2014 Ethiopia Bobasa et al Antimalarial activity of two Ethiopian medicinal plants

In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Selected Medicinal

In Ethiopian Somali region (eastern Ethiopia) various researchers [10–12] have reported ranges of medicinal plants used against different ailments by traditional healers The majority of the plants are very popular and known to be utilized and even marketed throughout the region for the management of skin and open wound infections

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Ethnoveterinary medicinal plants: Preparation and application methods by traditional healers in selected districts of southern Ethiopia Gebremedhin Romha Eshetu1 Tewedros Ayalew Dejene2 Lidet Befkadu Telila3 and Daniel Fekadu Bekele4 1

Some spices such as Ethiopian cardamom and Ethiopian long pepper are indigenous to Ethiopia and therefore grow in the wild Others such as turmeric and ginger are being cultivated [6] Many spices like black pepper nutmeg and cinnamon are mainly imported The NTFP Research and Development Project in South-West Ethiopia aim at reducing

The research described in this paper is concerned with the conservation of threatened medicinal plants in SNS and similar informal protection areas of Sidama southwest Ethiopia Mixed methods were used to inventory the medicinal plant biodiversity of such places and explore local understandings and explanations of the role such places play in

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Ethnoveterinary medicinal plants: Preparation and application methods by traditional healers in selected districts of southern Ethiopia Gebremedhin Romha Eshetu1 Tewedros Ayalew Dejene2 Lidet Befkadu Telila3 and Daniel Fekadu Bekele4 1

An ethnobotanical survey of plants of veterinary

The purpose of the survey was to document and analyze information on the traditional use of medicinal plants by farmers in Ofla and Raya-Azebo woredas of South Tigray Zone for the treatment and prevention of livestock ailments Data were collected mainly through interviews carried out with randomly selected farmers of the two woredas During the survey 83 medicinal plant species were reported

This review provides an overview on the active phytochemical constituents of medicinal plants that are traditionally used to manage cancer in Ethiopia A total of 119 articles published between 1968 and 2020 have been reviewed using scientific search engines such as ScienceDirect PubMed and Google Scholar Twenty-seven medicinal plant species that belong to eighteen families are documented

CiteScore: 2 7 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 2 7 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of

2nd National Food and Nutrition Research Dissemination Conference National Information Platform for Nutrition (NIPN) Newsletters Traditional Modern Medicine Research Findings An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants by Wereda Research Articles on Ethiopian Medicinal Plants WHO GUIDELINES On Medicinal Plants

Dec 16 2017Antimalarial activity of selected Ethiopian medicinal plants in mice Article published in Journal of Pharmacy Pharmacognosy Research 6(1): 57-64 2018 Eshetu M Bobasa 1* Biniyam G Alemu 1 Shibiru T Berkessa 1 Moti Y Gemechu 2 Fanta G Fufa 1 Gemechu Z Cari 1 Wote A Rike 1

plants including medicinal ones (Anderson Salick Moseley Xiaokun 2005) Research interests in the conservation state of medicinal plants and the role SNS and other infor-mal traditional tree management areas in Ethiopia play in conserving medicinal plants

Jul 15 2017The term 'medicinal plant' includes various types of plants used in herbalism ('herbology' or 'herbal medicine') It is the use of plants for medicinal purposes and the study of such uses Certain medicinal herbs have disinfectant property which destroys disease causing germs Herbal medicine practitioners recommend calmative herbs which provide a soothing effect to the body

Antiviral activity against human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and type 2 (HIV-2) of ethnobotanically selected ethiopian medicinal plants Phytotherapy research 15 62-69 Getahun A 1976 Some common medicinal and poisonous plants used in Ethiopian folk medicine Addis Ababa University Addis Ababa Ethiopia Desta B 1994

RESEARCH Open Access Use and management of traditional

RESEARCH Open Access Use and management of traditional medicinal plants by Maale and Ari ethnic communities in southern Ethiopia Berhane Kidane1 2* Tinde van Andel3 Laurentius Josephus Gerardus van der Maesen3 and Zemede Asfaw4 Abstract

The purpose of the current study was to determine the concentration of selected essential and nonessential metals Na Ca Cu Fe Zn Mn Cr Ni Cd and Pb in traditional medicinal plants Artemisia afra (ariti) Hagenia abyssinica (kosso enchet) Foeniculum vulgare (Ensilal) Echinops kebericho (qeberecho) grown in Wolaita Zone southern Ethiopia

Fifteen crude extracts prepared from seven Ethiopian medicinal plants used to treat various infectious diseases were assessed for their ability to inhibit the growth of Mycobacterium Antitubercular potential of plants: A brief account of some important molecules Medicinal Research Reviews 10 1002/med 20170 30 4 (603-645)

This is an alphabetical list of plants used in herbalism The ability to synthesize a wide variety of chemical compounds that are possibly used to perform important biological functions and to defend against attack from predators such as insects fungi and herbivorous mammals is called herbal medicine

Jul 15 2017The term 'medicinal plant' includes various types of plants used in herbalism ('herbology' or 'herbal medicine') It is the use of plants for medicinal purposes and the study of such uses Certain medicinal herbs have disinfectant property which destroys disease causing germs Herbal medicine practitioners recommend calmative herbs which provide a soothing effect to the body

Asian Plant Research Journal XXXX Vol : 1 Issue : 1 Original-research-article Assessment of Traditional Medicinal Plants Used for Treatment of Human Diseases in Oromia Region West Shewa Zone: Jeldu Woreda Ethiopia Chala Dandessa 1* Tokuma Negisho 2 and Gadisa Bekele 3 1 Department of Biology Jimma Teachers College Jimma P O BOX 95

Research Article Survey of Medicinal Plants Used to Treat Malaria by Sidama People of Boricha District Sidama Zone South Region of Ethiopia SolomonAsnake 1 TilahunTeklehaymanot 2 AriayaHymete 3 BerhanuErko 2 andMirutseGiday 2 Medicine and Health Science College Hawassa University P O Box Hawassa Ethiopia

The research described in this paper is concerned with the conservation of threatened medicinal plants in SNS and similar informal protection areas of Sidama southwest Ethiopia Mixed methods were used to inventory the medicinal plant biodiversity of such places and explore local understandings and explanations of the role such places play in

CiteScore: 2 7 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 2 7 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of