The aim of Medicinal plant knowledge titled elective course is to show the most important medicinal plants and their main chemical components connecting with their curative powers. Furthermore, it is an introduction to the possible utilization facilities of these plants as an additional applications and helpful remedies.
Dr. Péli Evelin Ramóna ([Click to see email])
- Lecture notes.
- Ben-Erik Van Wyk, Michael Wink: Medicinal Plants of the World. Timber Press.
- Susan G., Wynn, Barbara J. Fougere: Veterinary herbal medicine. Mosby Elsevier.
|1.||Introduction, utilization and history of medicinal plants|
|2.||Basic terms, alternative medical systems|
|3.||Drugs containing primary metabolites|
|4.||Medicinal plants containing phenoloids|
|5.||Medicinal plants containing flavonoids|
|6.||Drugs containing polyketides. Introduction of terpenoids|
|7.||Medicinal plants containing terpenoids and volatile oils|
|8.||Medicinal plants containing terpenoid and iridoids|
|9.||Terpenoids, saponins, cardiac glycosides and other triterpens|
|10.||Medicinal plants containing azotoids and alkaloids|
|11.||Application of medicinal plants, helpful home-remedies|
Students need to attend at least 7 lectures to accept the course. The course ends with final exam.
Method of evaluation: final examination
Final test base on the lecture notes.
- excellent: 87%
- good: 76%
- satisfactory: 65%
- passing: 50%