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Issue 35
Fall 1995
The Journal of the American Botanical Council
Seventy-five Percent of Rural Mississippi Residents Report Use of Plant Remedies.
Ophthalmology's Botanical Heritage.
The Patenting of Neem: Modern Piracy or Political Correctness.
Pharmacy From the Rainforest: Beautiful Belize; Traditional Mayan and Caribbean Medicine.
Collecting Experiences: NCI Plant collection in Belize.
Rosita Arvigo.
Medicinal Plants of Shakespeare.
The Silphion Project.
Dear Reader
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ABC News
Costa Rican Odyssey.
ABC Online.
Presidental Appointment for Farnsworth and McCaleb.
Research Reviews
Topical Tea Tree Oil for Nail Fungus.
Chinese Herbal Combination for Acute Bronchiolitis in Children.
Market Report
Market Report.
Vietnam "Officially" Source For U.S. Essential Oils.
Legal & Regulatory
FDA Lifts Import Alert On Stevia: Herb Can Be Imported Only As Dietary Supplement; Future Use As A Sweetener Is Still Unclear.
EAPC Files Petitions For OTC Drug Use For Valerian And Ginger.
Ma Huang Update: Industry Group Submits Ma Huang Safety Data To Texas Department of Health.
AHPA Rescinds Chaparral Ban: Creates Hotline For Adverse Effects.
Conference Reports
Australian Herbalist International Phytomedicines Conference.
Smithsonian and ABC Sponsor Herbal Medicine Conference.
Book Reviews
Useful Wild Plants of Texas, the Southeastern and Southwestern United States, the Southern Plains, and Northern Mexico.
The Abandoned Narcotic: Kava and Cultural Instability in Melanesia.
Plants and Their Names - A Concise Dictionary.
Encyclopedia of Common Ingredients Used in Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics.
One Hundred and One Botanists.
Anthocyanins in Fruits, Vegetables, and Grains.
The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Pharmacology. Volume 41.
Traditional Plant Foods of Canadian Indigenous Peoples: Nutrition, Botany, and Use.
Biodiversity Prospecting - Using Genetic Resources for Sustainable Development.
In Memoriam
John Bastyr 1912-1995.
Virginia Hand Callaway 1900-1995.
Russell Earl Marker 1903-1995.
Matthew Suffness 1942-1995.
Honors/Grants & Awards
Tyler Receives Society's Highest Award.
Jim Duke Retires From USDA After 30 Years.