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Medicinal and aromatic plants improve livelihoods in

2018-3-28  Yemen has a rich diversity of almost 300 endemic plant species and a centuries-old tradition of using medicinal and aromatic plants. The project focused on four of these: henna (Lawsonia inermisNigella sativa), nigella (), coriander (Coriandrum sativum) and cumin (Cuminum cynimum). Henna is used as a cosmetic

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Wild edible plants traditionally collected and used in ...

2021-8-9  southern Yemen as well as for whole Yemen (Fig. 1). is will be establishing the basis of the documented data of the traditional knowledge of WEPs for Yemen and Ara-bian Peninsula. e aims of the current study are: (1) documentation of the wild plants using as food for human in southern Yemen and (2) identication of the new species used as

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Indigenous Plant Protection Methods in Yemen

Yemen, as well as comments from earlier non-Yemeni sources. Horticultural advice is given on pruning and grafting, as well as a general discussion of the medicinal and useful properties of certain plants. Traditional Plant Protection Practices in Yemen Farmers in Yemen have long faced a number of problems in producing their crops. The primary ...

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YEMEN: PLANT PROTECTION IN A CONFLICT-RIDDEN

2020-3-4  YEMEN: PLANT PROTECTION IN A CONFLICT-RIDDEN COUNTRY . Economic collapse . Agriculture, a key sector in the Yemeni economy, provides the main source of employment and produced 17% of the gross domestic product in 2010. The major agricultural products include fruits, vegetables and cereals. The financial crisis and current political turmoil has ...

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(PDF) INDIGENOUS PLANT PROTECTION IN YEMEN FINAL REPORT ...

Download Free PDF. INDIGENOUS PLANT PROTECTION IN YEMEN FINAL REPORT. 1992. Daniel Varisco. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper. INDIGENOUS PLANT PROTECTION IN YEMEN FINAL REPORT.

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Al Jawfi Yaser et al. Int. Res. J. Pharm. 2013, 4 (9)

traditionally in Yemen to treat diabetic patients. For different plant species the crude fat content ranged between (9.61 to 0.54 g/100 g) and crude fiber (14.77 to 1.51 g/100 g).

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(PDF) 📄 Effectiveness of selected wastewater treatment ...

PDF The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficiency of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) in Yemen for reduction of faecal indicators and... Find, read and cite all the research you need ...

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Repertory of drugs and medicinal plants of Yemen ...

1982-7-1  The traditional uses of plants for medicine were studied in the Yemen Arab Republic. To date, 130 medicinal plants have been identified and are presented in a table with the vernacular name, the geographical and ecological distribution, the medicinal use in Yemen and the pharmacological properties.

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Khat: Pharmacological and Medical Aspects and its Social ...

2020-8-17  Khat: Pharmacological and Medical Aspects and its Social Use in Yemen Ahmed Al-Motarreb, Kathryn Baker and Kenneth J Broadley* Department of Pharmacology, Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3XF, UK

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WHO Khat chewing in Yemen: turning over a new leaf

Khat also distorts an already fragile economy with farmers ripping out fruit trees and coffee plants to replace them with the more lucrative crop. Between 1970 and 2000, the area devoted to khat cultivation ballooned from 8000 to 103 000 hectares in Yemen.

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Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants in central Abyan ...

Significant traditional knowledge of the uses of local medicinal plant species was recorded for the first time for central Abyan in particular and southern Yemen in general. The study shows that the medicinal plants still play an important role in the primary health care in the study area. The ethnobotanical results provide a basis for further ...

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(PDF) Determinants of plant species invasions in an arid ...

Plant Ecol (2012) 213:1381–1392 DOI 10.1007/s11258-012-0098-1 Determinants of plant species invasions in an arid island: evidence from Socotra Island (Yemen) Ali S. Senan • Federico Tomasetto • Alessio Farcomeni • Rayasamuda K. Somashekar • Fabio Attorre Received: 17 March 2012 / Accepted: 6 July 2012 / Published online: 15 July 2012 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2012 Abstract ...

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Effectiveness of selected wastewater treatment plants in ...

2014-9-1  Hundred sixty bacterial isolates were obtained from 27 secondary effluents and sludge samples generated from Ibb wastewater treatment plant (IWWTP), Taiz wastewater treatment plant (TWWTP), Aden wastewater treatment plant (AWWTP 1 and 2) and Sana'a wastewater treatment plant (SWWTP) in Republic of Yemen. Isolation of the bacteria was carried ...

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Wild edible plants traditionally collected and used in ...

2021-8-9  southern Yemen as well as for whole Yemen (Fig. 1). is will be establishing the basis of the documented data of the traditional knowledge of WEPs for Yemen and Ara-bian Peninsula. e aims of the current study are: (1) documentation of the wild plants using as food for human in southern Yemen and (2) identication of the new species used as

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REPUBLIC OF YEMEN Ministry of Water and Environment ...

2015-1-16  plants and animals of Yemen since ancient times. Intensive use of natural resources continues today. The ecosystems of Yemen provide habitats for plants, animals and micro-organisms which can be used or which perform useful functions. Specifically, they regulate thermal and water regimes, influence the climate, and play an important role in ...

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(PDF) Antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities ...

Download Free PDF. Antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities of selected medicinal plants from Yemen. Journal of , 2007. Tram Le. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper.

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Arabic Plant Names from Egypt, Algeria, and Yemen - World ...

2015-10-29  Arabische Pflanzennamen aus Aegypten, Algerien und Jemen (Arabic plant names from Egypt, Algeria, and Yemen) is a book on botanical names of plants native to these three countries. It is comprised almost entirely of lists of plant names,

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Determinants of plant species invasions in an arid island ...

2012-7-15  Understanding the factors which affect the distribution of alien plants in arid islands is complicated by the complex and stochastic nature of the invasion process per se, the harsh environmental conditions, and the low number of researchers and sampling effort. We present the results of the most comprehensive inventory to date of alien vascular plant species occurring in Socotra

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Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Boswellia ...

2018-6-16  (2012). Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Boswellia elongata balf Methanolic Extracts, as Endemic Plants in Yemen. Journal of Biologically Active Products from Nature

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Yemen - Plant and animal life Britannica

2021-8-11  Yemen - Yemen - Plant and animal life: The distribution of vegetation roughly corresponds to the zones of elevation and precipitation. It is possible to distinguish three general regions: (1) the coastal plain and its wadis, in which dry-climate plants such as

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Review Article Antidiabetic Medicinal Plants Used by the ...

2019-7-30  use plants for therapeutic purposes [ ] mainly because the cost of buying orthodox medicine or conventional treatment continues to increase, thus making a ordability impossible. Herbal drugs with antidiabetic activity are known for their therapeutic potentials within the traditional health-

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Medicinal plants used in traditional medicine by Oromo ...

2014-5-8  The medicinal plants in the area include all growth forms with almost equal proportion which could be attributed to their abundance in humid areas as compared to arid and semi arid regions. Newly harvested plant materials are mostly used in the preparation of remedies is an indication of the availability of copious plant materials in the vicinity.

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Yemen - Countries Regions - IEA

Yemen. In Yemen, less than half of the population has access to electricity. In 2010, the government launched a National Strategy for renewable energy and energy efficiency, which aims to develop grid and off-grid renewable energy and targets a 15% share of renewable electricity generation by 2025.

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(PDF) Antidiabetic Effects of Essential Oils of some ...

Download Free PDF. Download Free PDF. Antidiabetic Effects of Essential Oils of some Selected Medicinal Lamiaceae Plants from Yemen against a-Glucosidase Enzyme. Journal of Phytochemistry Biochemistry, 2018. Omayma Eldahshan. Hassan M Ibrahim. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper.

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Municipal Solid Waste Incineration

2000-9-7  tion plant. The responsibility, the final feasibility assessment and the consecutive design of such a plant must be entrusted to experienced consultants and sup-pliers with an extensive track record in this complex subject. Methodology The Technical Guidance Reportis organized as follows: Part I • Introduction • Waste as Fuel ...

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Phylogeography of the wild and cultivated stimulant plant ...

Yemen to the term qat is over a century later ( Varisco, 2007 ). On the basis of these historical records, qat has been cultivated for >600 yr in Ethiopia and Yemen. In addition to the Ethiopian and/or Yemeni origin(s) of qat use, Goldsmith (1988 , 1994 , 1999 ) and Car-rier (2007) suggested an independent origin of qat (known as miraa

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COUNTRY REPORT ON THE STATE OF PLANT GENETIC

2021-2-17  Yemen is the richest country in PGRFA in the Arabian Peninsula. It has been estimated that there are about 2 900 plant species belonging to 175 families in Yemen, more than 420 of which are endemic. There are about 521 indigenous plant genetic resources for food and agriculture (PGRFA), belonging to 75 families and 235 genera, out of theses 87 are

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Ethnobotanical study of folk medicinal plants used by ...

Yemen has unique environmental conditions because it has good geographical location. There are about 3000 species of wild plants occur in Yemen, out of which about 40% species are utilized as medicinal plants. These species of medicinal plants have been utilized by the memorable. This

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Yemen Mafraq Cement Plant Construction Project

2012-9-18  The objective was to build a new cement plant in Mafraq, located approximately 40 km west of Taizz, the second largest city in Yemen, to meet the growing demand for cement. The new plant incorporates all processes required for cement production and utilizes the copious domestic limestone deposits. 1.3. Project Scope

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Phylogeography of the wild and cultivated stimulant plant ...

Yemen to the term qat is over a century later ( Varisco, 2007 ). On the basis of these historical records, qat has been cultivated for >600 yr in Ethiopia and Yemen. In addition to the Ethiopian and/or Yemeni origin(s) of qat use, Goldsmith (1988 , 1994 , 1999 ) and Car-rier (2007) suggested an independent origin of qat (known as miraa

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LNG Plant Overview - Murmanshelf

2012-5-16  LNG Plant Overview Seminar with Supplier Association Murmanshelf Murmansk, 15 May 2012 Jostein Pettersen . Table of Content ... Yemen LNG 33 2012-02-29 Sources: yemenlng yemenfox nationalyemen. Oman LNG 34

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Yemen - Plant and animal life Britannica

2021-8-11  Yemen - Yemen - Plant and animal life: The distribution of vegetation roughly corresponds to the zones of elevation and precipitation. It is possible to distinguish three general regions: (1) the coastal plain and its wadis, in which dry-climate plants such as

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Yemen LNG Plant – Mechademy

Yemen LNG is the first LNG plant to utilize induction motors with voltage source inverted (VSI) drives as starter/helper motors for the refrigeration compressor strings. Previous plants had utilized either synchronous motors or steam turbines. 5. At YLNG, the gas emitted from the LNG tanks is used to produce electricity for the plant on-site.

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Yemen - Countries Regions - IEA

Yemen. In Yemen, less than half of the population has access to electricity. In 2010, the government launched a National Strategy for renewable energy and energy efficiency, which aims to develop grid and off-grid renewable energy and targets a 15% share of renewable electricity generation by 2025.

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Responding to the challenges of a changing world: The

2018-8-14  Plant breeding and related disciplines and technologies help in mitigating the effects of population growth, climate change and other social and physical challenges Intellectual property protection is crucial for a sustainable contribution of plant breeding and seed supply. There are still many tools and traits in the pipeline that will prove ...

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Municipal Solid Waste Incineration

2000-9-7  tion plant. The responsibility, the final feasibility assessment and the consecutive design of such a plant must be entrusted to experienced consultants and sup-pliers with an extensive track record in this complex subject. Methodology The Technical Guidance Reportis organized as follows: Part I • Introduction • Waste as Fuel ...

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Coffee Plants of the World — Specialty Coffee Association

Coffea arabica, which is indigenous to Ethiopia and some neighboring lands, first was transported out of its homeland into neighboring Yemen.From Yemen, coffee was transported around the world. The coffees that we call typicas today originated from plants that left Yemen and were taken to Java and outlying Islands, possibly by the Dutch, possibly with some transport by the mythical monk Baba ...

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In-vitro Anti-Cancer Activity of Extracts Dracaen ...

2019-7-9  commonly known as Damm Al- akhwain in Yemen. It is endemic to the Socotra Island, Yemen. D. cinnabari resin has traditionally been used to treat diarrhea, wounds, fevers, ulcers, hemorrhage, control bleeding, fractures, and burns [5]. Plant has anti-microbial and cytotoxicity effect. Some constituents of Dracaena cinnabari have been identified:

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Micropropagation of socotran fig, Dorstenia gigas schweinf ...

As an alternative to seed propagation, and efficient micropropagation system based on axillary shoot formation and subsequent rooting was developed for the threatened and medicinal plant species Dorstenia gigas (Moraceae). Three different basal media were tested. For the best basal medium, a modified WPM medium, different concentrations of the carbohydrates sucrose, glucose, fructose and ...

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