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Title: The potential of endophytic fungi isolated from Vietnamese medicinal plants
Authors: Le, Mai Huong
Tran, Thi Hong Ha
Nguyen, Dinh Luyen
Tran, Thi Nhu Hang
Mai, Ngoc Toan
Hoang, Kim Chi
Keywords: ACM 6th;fungi
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: NXB Nông Nghiệp
Citation: Le, Mai Huong. (2009). The potential of endophytic fungi isolated from Vietnamese medicinal plants. 6th ACM meeting – Hanoi 2009, 2 tr.
Series/Report no.: 6th ACM meeting – Hanoi 2009;
Abstract: Since Vietnam is a tropical country, with the primarily health care is still based on the traditional medicinal plants. But, as every where in over the world, Vietnam has been facing to the problems of environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, and spoilage of land and water. Endophytes, microorganisms that reside in the tissues of living plants, are relatively unstudied and potential sources of novel natural products for exploitation in medicine, agriculture, and industry. It is noteworthy that, of the nearly 20,000 plant species that exist in Vietnam, each individual plant is host to one or more endophytes. Almost all of these plants have never been completely studied relative to their endophytic biology.
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/123456789/9749
Language: en
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