Ethnobotanical survey for potential anti-malarial plants in South-western Nigeria.
Published at Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 144 (3), 618-626.
Published in 2013
Dike I.P., Obembe O.O., Adebiyi E.F.
Clement-Akomolafe Ijeoma » Mrs. Clement-Akomolafe is an expatriate faculty – Lecturer II in the Applied Biology & Biotechnology Programme of the Department of Biological Sciences. She is currently on her Ph.D. research work which focuses on the screening of indigenous anti-malarial plants for possible bio-active compounds that could lead to newer and more efficient drugs for malarial treatment. Her research... view full profile
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