Medicinal plant resources

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  • The term livelihood skills refers to capabilities, resources, and opportunities for pursuing individual and household economic goals (Population Council, Kenya); in other words, income generation. Livelihood skills include technical and vocational abilities (carpentry, sewing, computer programing, etc.); skills for seeking jobs, such as interviewing strategies; and business management, entrepreneurial, and money management skills. Though livelihood skills are critical to survival, health, and development, the focus of this document lies elsewhere....

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  • This book "New Insights into Toxicity and Drug Testing" covers all emerging technologies (profiling technologies, 3D cultures, next generation sequencing etc.), available methods and models to evaluate candidate drugs and medicinal plants with reference to toxicity, drug testing and development. This book is an original contribution of experts from different parts of the globe and the in-depth information will be a significant resource for scientists and physicians who are directly dealing with drugs / medicines and human life....

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  • Heme oxygenase converts heme into biliverdin, CO, and free iron. In plants, as well as in cyanobacteria, heme oxygenase plays a particular role in the biosynthesis of photoreceptive pigments, such as phytochromobilins and phycobilins, supplying biliverdin IXaas a direct synthetic resource.

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  • Although cost-effectiveness is one guiding rationale for deter- mining resource allocations for expanding (or restricting) access to CAM and TM, additional societal benefits and costs, such as effects on biodiversity, must also be considered. CAM and TM could provide a rationale for conserving species, but overharvesting of endangered species for medicinal purposes is also a concern.

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  • Vietnam has been reforming its forest management in favour of household and local organization (Barney 2005). The government increasingly gives local people the right to manage the forests. Unfortunately, in this changing environment, recognition of local people’s rights is still limited and local knowledge and perspectives are rarely taken into account by the state institutions implementing land titling and decentralization. The challenge is to better inform each stakeholder on the perspectives of people living in and near the forest on the natural resources and landscapes.

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  • The present assessment showed that traditional herbal medicine has flourished in rural areas where modern medicine is parsimoniously accessed as a result of the high cost and long travel time to health center. More- over inadequate modern medical resources/facilities and government subsidies also made traditional herbal medi- cine pertinent in Nepal. It is estimated that there is one physician for every 20,000 people whereas there is more than one healer for every 100 people in Nepal [41,42].

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  • As children grow and mature, the scope of their environment predictably expands from the womb to the wider community to the broadest reach of the planet. The child’s built environment is a central factor in this progression. Both known and newly emerging diseases are linked to risk factors within the built environment, including injuries, lead poisoning, and the current epidemics of asthma and obesity. Building and land-use policies can either undermine or promote safety, health and optimal development while simultaneously preserving future resources.

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