Cover Image
close this bookMedicinal Plants: An Expanding Role in Development (World Bank, 1996, 32 pages)
View the document(introductory text...)
View the documentForeword
View the documentAbstract
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentExecutive summary
Open this folder and view contents1. Introduction
Open this folder and view contents2. The resource base
Open this folder and view contents3. Medicinal plants in world bank projects
Open this folder and view contents4. Toward a strategy
View the documentAppendix 1
View the documentBibliography
View the documentDistributors of World Bank publications
View the documentRecent world bank technical papers

Bibliography

Abebe, D and Ayehu, A. 1993. Medicinal Plants and Enigmatic Health Practices of Northern Ethiopia. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Akerele, O., Heywood, V and Synge, H. 1991 Conservation of Medicinal plants Proceedings of an International Consultation March 1988, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Anonymous 1982. Markets for selected medicinal plants and their derivatives. Geneva: International Trade Center. 206pp.

Bannerman, RH. 1982. Traditional medicine in modern health care. World Health Forum. Vol.3 (1): 8-13.

Cunningham, A 1991. Development of a Conservation Policy on Commercially Exploited Medicinal plants: A Case Study from Southern Africa. In: Akerele O., Heywood V. and Synge H. (Eds) Conservation of Medicinal Plants. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Davis, S. and K.Ebbe. 1995. Traditional Knowledge and Sustainable Development. Environmentally Sustainable Development Proceedings Series No.4. The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

DeJong, J. 1991. Traditional Medicine in Sub Saharan Africa. World Bank Population and Human Resources Department. WPS 735. Washington, D.C.

Dobson, R. 1995. Try a little flower power. The Independent, May 23.

Eisenberg, D.M., RC.Kessler, C.Foster, F.E.Norlock D.R.Calkins, and T.L.Delbanco. 1993. Unconventional medicine in the United States. New England Journal of Medicine. 328(4): 246-252.

Farnsworth, N.R & D.D.Soejarto. 1985. Potential Consequences of Plant Extinction in the United States on the Current and Future Availability of Prescription Drugs. Economic Botany 39: 23 1-240.

Farnsworth, N.R &D.D.Soejarto. 1991. Global Importance of Medicinal Plants. In: Akereb O., Heywood V. and Synge H. (Eds) Conservation of Medicinal Plants. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Fellows, L.E. 1991. Pharmaceuticals from Traditional Medicinal Plants and Others: Future Prospects. A paper presented at the symposium "New Drugs from Natural Sources" sponsored by I.B.C.Technical Services Ltd., London, June 13-14/1991. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Grunwald, J. 1994. The European Phytomedicines Market Figures, Trends, Analyses. Herbal Gram. 34:60-65.

Huxley, A. 1984. Green Inheritance: The World Wildlife Fund Book of Plants. London: Collins/Harvill.

Jain, S.K. & R.A. DeFilipps. 1991. Medicinal Plants of India. Vol. 1 & 2. Reference Publ. Inc. Michigan

Lewington, A. 1993. A Review of the Importation of Medicinal Plants and Plant Extracts into Europe. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK.

Li Chaojin. 1987. Management of Chinese Traditional Drugs. In Akerele, O., Stott, G. and Lu Welbo. (Eds) The Role of Traditional Medicine in Primary Health Care in China. American Journal of Chinese Medicine, Suppl. No. 1, 39-41.

Principe, P.P. 1991. Valuing the Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants. In: Akerele O., Heywood V. and Synge H. (Eds) Conservation of Medicinal Plants. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Srivastava, J.P., N.J.H.Smith and D.A Forno. 1995. Biodiversity and Agriculture at a Crossroads. Draft Concept Paper, AGRAF, The World Bank Washington, D.C.

WHO/IUCN/WWF. 1993. Guidelines on the Conservation of Medicinal Plants. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

World Bank. 1993. Investing in Health. The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

------- 1994. Better Health in Africa. The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

------- 1994. China: Songliao Plain Agricultural Development Project. Report 12374-CHA. Washington, D.C.

------- 1995. China: Southwest Poverty Reduction Project. Report 13968-CHA. Washington, D.C.

WRI, lUCN and UNEP. 1992. Global Biodiversity Strategy: Guidelines for Action to Save, Study, and Use Earth ''s Biotic Wealth Sustainably and Equitably..

Xiao Pen-gen. 1991. The Chinese Approach to Medicinal Plants-Their Utilization and Conservation. In: Akerele O., Heywood V. and Synge H. (Eds) Conservation of Medicinal Plants.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Distributors of World Bank Publications
Prices and credit terms vary from country. Consult your local distributor before placing an order