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Sir Ghillean Prance, Director, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
G.C. Bodeker, Chairman, Global Initiative for Traditional Systems of Health.
Part I: General Articles covering Global Issues
Forest based medicines in traditional and cosmopolitan health care
A.P. van Seters
Ethnobotanical research and traditional health care in developing countries
M. Balick and P. A. Cox
Between a rock and a hard place: Indigenous peoples, nation states
and the multinationals
Industrial utilisation of medicinal plants in developing countries
T. de Silva
Trade in Medicinal Plants
Medicinal plant information databases
Part II: Articles on Regional Aspects of Medicinal Plants Use
Biodiversity - People Interface in Nepal
Beyond the Biodiversity Convention - the challenges facing
the bio-cultural heritage of India's medicinal plants
D. Shankar and B. Majumdar
A biocultural medicinal plants conservation project in Sri Lanka
L. de Alwis
Utilisation and conservation of medicinal plants in China with special reference to Atractylides lancea
S-A. He and N. Sheng
An Africa-wide overview of medicinal plant harvesting, conservation and health care
Biodiversity conservation and the application of Amazonian medicinal plants in the control of malaria.
Bulgarian model for regulating the trade in plant material for medicinal and other purposes
D. Lange and M. Mladenova