Anti-fertility Plants of the Pacific

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Csiro Publishing, 1997 - Nature - 181 pages
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There is a growing interest in traditional medicine systems as a source of considerable knowledge of the medicinal properties of plants. Traditional medicines have the potential to offer leads in identifying potentially valuable chemicals that can be developed into new and more effective drugs, including safer contraceptives.
 

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Contents

The Pacific context
1
Fertility and antifertility compounds
5
Fungi
21
Flowering plants
27
Gymnospermae
154
Color plates
156
Glossary
171
Index of scientific names
174
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