Authors: Will McClatchey and Lisa X Gollin
Source: Ethnobotany Research & Applications 3:309-327 (2005)
Author: Rebekah J.M. Fuller
Source: Ethnobotany Research & Applications 5:219-231 (2007)
Alseis yucatanensis: a natural product from Belize that exhibits multiple mechanisms of vasorelaxation
Authors: Donald F. Slish, Rosita Arvigo, Michael J. Balick
Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology 92 (2004) 297–302
Authors: Richard B. Primack and Abraham J. Miller-Rushing
Source: New Phytologist (2009) 182: 303-313
Description: Botanical gardens have a unique set of resources that allows them to host important climate change research projects not easily undertaken elsewhere. These resources include controlled growing conditions, living collections with broad taxonomic representation, meticulous record-keeping, networks spanning wide geographic areas, and knowledgeable staff.
Author: Michael J. Balick, Ph.D.
Source: Botanical Medicine: Efficacy, Quality Assurance, and Regulation, 1999.
Description: The most sgnificant contribution that a botanist can make to a discussion about furthering the incorporation of botanicals into the U.S. health care system concerns the importance of of documenting the materials that are being studied or used in the clinical setting.