Brief Review on Lantana camera Brief Review on Lantana camera

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Rohit Shankar Mane Rachana Dattatray Nagarkar Pragati Pramod Sonawane Ankala Basappa Vedamurthy https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3101-0629

Abstract

Medicinal plants are widely spread in nature with their unique habitats and effective medicinal properties. One of them plant is Lantana Camera. The L. camera is well known invasive weed. Used to cure several diseases in Ayurvedic preparations with different formulations. This plant has great ethnobotany and Pharmacology however it is lagging behind in the list of medicinal plants for their applications in drug preparations due to mere research study and awareness. Therefore present review may help to reveal different aspects of L. camera with their awareness in society.

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Sending to International Journal of Secondary Metabolite
Author Biographies

Rohit Shankar Mane, department of microbiology and biotechnology

Department of Studies in Biotechnology and Microbiology, Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, 580003, India

Rachana Dattatray Nagarkar, Science College Kopargaon

Rachana Dattatray Nagarkar

Assistant Professor  Sanjivani Arts, Commerce, Science College Kopargaon, Maharashtra 423603, India. rachananagarkar80@gmial.com

Pragati Pramod Sonawane, Access Health Care

Department of Microbiology, Access Health Care, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Ankala Basappa Vedamurthy, Karnatak University

Department of Studies in Biotechnology and Microbiology,  Karnatak University, Dharwad, Karnataka, 580003, India.

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