An ethnopharmacological study of medicinal plants of the Kamilaroi and Muruwari aboriginal communitites in northern New South Wales
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This study covered the documentation of first-hand medicinal plant knowledge of Aboriginal communities in northern New South Wales through the isolation and characterisation of bioactive compounds from Aboriginal medicinal plants.
Table of ContentsCh. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. An ethnobotanical study with the Kamilaroi and Muruwari Aboriginal communities and relationship building -- ch. 3. Biological assay methods and optimisation -- ch. 4. Ethnopharmacological study of Eremophila sturtii -- ch. 5. Ethnopharmacological study of Exocarpos aphyllus -- ch. 6. General conclusions -- Appendices.
NotesBibliography: p. 229-249
Degree TypeThesis PhD
DegreeThesis (PhD), Macquarie University, Division of Environmental and Life Sciences, Dept. of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science. 2006
Department, Centre or SchoolDept. of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences
Year of Award2006
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JurisdictionNew South Wales
Extentxx, 249 p. col. ill., maps, ports
Former Identifiersmq:134 http://hdl.handle.net/1959.14/416
Aboriginal AustraliansAboriginal Australians -- New South Wales -- Medicine.Australian medicinal plants;Muruwari (Australian people)Traditional medicineEthnopharmacology -- New South Wales.Isolation;Ethnopharmacology;Structural elucidation;Medicinal plants -- New South Wales.Natural productsBioactive compounds;Aboriginal communities;Kamilaroi (Australian people)EthnopharmacologyTraditional medicine -- New South Wales.Medicinal plants