Indentification terminology  
 

 

Epices

Fruits Secs

Résines & Encens

Stévia Rebaudiana

Graines

Huiles Essentielles

Extraits de Plantes

Trade Leads

Remèdes Naturels

Plant Identification Terminology

Conditionnement

Calendrier des Récoltes

Tracking

Incoterms

Table de Conversion des Tailles de Particules

Propriétés des Solvents



 

 

  

 PLANTE

 

 

FLEUR

 

 

 

INFLORESCENCE

 

 

 

 

 

FRUITS CHARNUES

 

 

 FRUITS SECS

 

 

 

 

FEUILLES COMPOSEES

 

 

 

FORMES des FEUILLES

 

 

 

 

 

FEUILLES TIPS

 

 

 

FEUILLES BASES

 

 

BORDURES des FEUILLES

DISPOSITION des FEUILLES

 

 

Sources:
- Lavit KHAM  B.Sc (Chemistry),B.Pharm, MPS,MAACP, MNHAA
Medicinal Plants of Cambodia Habitat, Chemical constituents and Ethno botanical Uses
Bendigo Scientific Press  – ISBN 0-646-43703-8  / 9780646437033
- Somanith BOUAMANIVONG & Onvilay SOURIYA – Ministry of Health, Traditional Medicine Research Center, Editor Prof. Dr. Bouhong SOUTHAVONG, Vientiane 2005.
- Lily, M. PERRY. Medicinal Plants of East and Southeast Asia, London, England 1978
- WHO Regional Publications, Western Pacific Series No 2
- Jules VIDAL, Noms vernaculaires de plantes (LAO, MEO, KHA) 1959
- Medicinal Plants in China 1989
- C. Pierce SALGUERO – A Thai Herbal, Traditional Recipes for Health and Harmony, 2005
Silkworm Books www.silkwormbooks.info  – ISBN 974-9575-74-1 

Remerciements:
- Dr. Sabine WILKINS Plant Physiology & Dr. Pauline Mc CABE Naturopathy, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
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Prof. Roger KING, Pharmacology Toxicology, Monash University, Australia.
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Chea SOK MENG, Cambodian pharmacist
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Prof, Ka SUNBAUNAT Cambodian psychiatrist, Vice Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Phnom Penh.

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