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Green Connexion & IUCN, 2018. Checklist of some antimalarial plants from Cameroon. After the project BID-AF2017-01113-NAC.
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Checklist; antimalarial; Plants; Cameroon; Derivedfromoccurrence
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [1.143, 8.35], North East [13.24, 16.699]|
This daset represents 19 taxa (specific level) of some antimalarial plants of Cameroon, representing 19 accepted names. The checklist has been built after Adjanohoun et al. (1996), then systematically revised using mostly the database for the flowering plants of tropical Africa of the Conservatoire et Jardin botanique de la ville Génève (http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/bd/cjb/africa/recherche.php?langue=fr) and Tropicos (http://www.tropicos.org/).
|Start Date / End Date||2018-07-01 / 2018-10-23|
The project aim to (i) increase national capacity for biodiversity information management in Cameroon and (ii) establish national biodiversity information facilities, including national information management infrastructure and nodal structure in Cameroon. Immediate result is that data on species in Cameroon are made freely accessible online via GBIF.org, and via national channels for local stakeholders, contributing to increase accessibility of data on species in Africa. The expected impact is an improved status of the sustainable development goals in Cameroon.
|Title||Developing an Accessible Biodiversity Information System for Sustainable Development in Cameroon|
|Study Area Description||Cameroon|
|Design Description||Publication of some data as Checklist data of some antimalarial plants from Cameroon|
The personnel involved in the project:
|Collection Name||The collection of the National Herbarium of Cameroon|
|Parent Collection Identifier||YA|
|Specimen preservation methods||Dried|
- Adjanohoun E., Aboubakar N., Dramane K., Ebot M.E., Ekpere J.A., Enow-Orock E.G., Focho D., Gbile ZO, amanyi A., Kamsu Kom J., Keita A., Mbenkum T., Mbi C.N., Mbiele A.L., Jean-Paul Ghogue
- Jiofack T., Ayissi l., Fokunang C., Guedje N, and Kemeuze V., 2009. Ethnobotany and phytomedicine of the upper Nyong valley forest in Cameroon. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Vol. 3(4). pp. 144-150 Jean-Paul Ghogue
- Jiofack T., Fokunang C., Kemeuze V., Fongnzossie E., Tsabang N., Nkuinkeu R., Mapongmetsem, P. M. and Nkongmeneck B. A., 2008. Ethnobotany and phytopharmacopoea of the SouthWest ethnoecological region of Cameroon. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 2(8), pp. 197-206 Jean-Paul Ghogue
- Muhoya, F.K., Kadima, J.N., Ranarivelo, N., Frédérich, M., Hubert, P. and Djang’eing’a, R.M. (2017) Preliminary Phytochemical Content and Antidiabetic Potential Investigations of Panda oleosa (Pierre) Used in Kisangani Areas. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 8, 564-581. https://doi.org/10.4236/ajac.2017.89041 Jean-Paul Ghogue