Pharmacological Research publishes cutting-edge articles in biomedical sciences to cover a broad range of topics that move the pharmacological field forward. We provide a venue through which specialists across disciplines can rapidly exchange information in health sciences that pertains to modern pharmacological topics.
Journal of Ayurvedic and Herbal Medicine (JAHM) publishes original articles, case reports, review articles, editorials, short communications, contemporary issues, letters to editor, book reviews and other scientific information in all disciplines of Ayurved and Herbal Science. All submissions are subject to peer review by the Editorial Board and by referees in appropriate specialties.
Applied Zoopharmacognosy is not intended to be a replacement for veterinary care and advice. A vet should always be your first point of call when you are worried about the health of your pets. Please check with your vet that they are happy for your animal to have an Applied Zoopharmacognosy session, before contacting me to make an appointment.
Unusual feeding behavior in wild great apes, a window to understand origins of self-medication in humans: role of sociality and physiology on learning process., Masi.
Publishes original research articles, reviews, commentaries, data papers, and book reviews.. The International Journal of Primatology is currently seeking authoritative reviews of current topics in primatology. Please contact the editor. Journal information Editor-in-Chief.
Applied Zoopharmacognosy provides a behavioural method of helping animals. It involves offering choices of essential and macerated oils, and dried plants for self selection. Animals utilise the plant extract as they need it; via inhalation, ingestion or sometimes topically.
The study of parasites and their likely influence on optimal foraging and mate-selection in animals has attracted much attention in recent times. The possible effects of parasites on the host include the manipulation of host behaviour by parasites and the emergence of host behavioural adaptations for protecting against parasitism. Self-medication in wild animals is believed to be the.
PMPG 592. Laboratory Techniques in Pharmacognosy II. 2 hours. In continuation of PMPG 590, student will perform lab research rotations as assigned by Pharmacognosy drug discovery track faculty of the Program for Collaborative Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences (PCRPS) Course Information: Prerequisite(s): PMPG 590 or consent of the instructor.