Publications

  • Abdullah, S.T., Hamid, H., Ali, M., Ansari, S.H. and Alam, M.S.  2007.  Three Phytoconstituents from  Rumex maritimus  Seeds. Hamdard Medicus  50 (4) : 133-136.

  • Ahmed, K., Gafur, M.A., Roy, B.K. and Ismail, K.M. 2003.  Pharmacological evaluation of some crude extracts of indigenous medicinal plants.   Bangladesh J. Sci. Ind. Res. 38 (1-2) : 97-104.

  • Ahmad, K., Ahmad, M.A., Kapoor, P. and Jafri, M.A. 2006.  Efficacy of  Punica granatum  in Loose Motions.  Hamdard Medicus  XLIX (1) : 39-42.

  • Ahmed, K., Roy, B.K. and Saha, B.K. 2005. Pharmacological Evaluation of  Acanthus ilicifolius  L. Root extract for Asthmatic condition. Bangladesh J. Sci. Ind. Res. 40 (3-4) 195-202.

  • Ahmed, S., Rahman, M.S., Chowdhury, J.U., Begum, J. and Anwar, M.N. 1998.  Antimicrobial activities of seeds extracts and cruid alkaloides of  Aegle mermelos  (L.) Corr. The Chittagong Univ. J. Sci.  22  (I): 77-81.

  • Ahmed, S., Chowdhury, J.U., Begum, J. and Anwar, M.N. 1998.  Antimicrobial activities of leaf extracts and cruid alkaloides of  Glycosmis pentaphylla  (Retz.) A.DC. The Chittagong Univ. J. Sci.  22 (II): 125-130.

  • Ahmed, A., M.A., Rahman, M.S. and Anwar, M.N. 2003. Antimicrobial activity of extracts and cruid alkaloides obtained from the leaf of Adhatoda vasica . Bang. J. Life Sci.  5 (2): 125-128.

  • Alam, M.K. 1988.  Annotated check list of the woody Floara of Sylhet districts. Bulletin-5. Plant Taxonomy Series. Forest Research Institute, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

  • Alam, M.K. 1992.  Medical ethnobotany of the Marma Tribe of Bangladesh. Econ. Botany  46 (3): 330-335.

  • Alam, M.K., Chowdhury, J. and Hassan, M.A. 1996.  Some folk formularies from Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Life Sci.  8 (1) : 49-63.

  • Al-Bashan, M.M. 2006.  Studies on the Antimicrobial Activity of  Nigella sativa Linn. Seeds (Black Cumin) Extract. Hamdard Medicus  XLIX (1) : 169-179.

  • Anon, 1950.  The Wealth of India. Raw Materials. Vol. II, CSIR, Delhi, India.

  • Anon, 1952.  The Wealth of India. Raw Materials. Vol. III, CSIR, Delhi, India.

  • Anon, 1959.  The Wealth of India. Raw Materials. Vol. V, CSIR, Delhi, India.

  • Anon, 1966.  The Wealth of India. Raw Materials. Vol. VI, CSIR, Delhi, India.

  • Anon, 1976.  The Wealth of India. Raw Materials. Vol. X, CSIR, Delhi, India.

  • Anon, 1970.  Medicinal Plants of Nepal. Govt. of Nepal, Ministry of Forests & Soil Conservation, Kathmondu, Nepal.

  • Anon, 1977.  A Barefot Doctors Manual. The American Translation of the Official Chinese Paramedical Manual, Running Press Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19013, U.S.

  • Anon, 1977-2007.  Flora of Bangladesh Vol. 4-56. Bangladesh National Herbarium, Ministry of environment and forest, Govt. of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

  • Ansari, S.H., Ohri, V., Ahmad, J., Sharma, P.K. and Ahmad, S. 2000. Recent Development in the Chemistry and Botany of Dalbergia sisso Roxb. (Shisham).   Hamdard Medicus  XLIII (2): 30-38.

  • Ansari, M.M., Ahmad, J., Ahmad, A. and Ansari, S.H. 2007. Pharmacognostical, Phytochemical and Biological Evaluations of the Stem Bark of Bombax ceiba  Linn. (Semul). Hamdard Medicus  50 (3) : 119-133.

  • Anwar, M.N., Singha, P., Begum, J. and Chowdhury, J.U. 1994.  Antifungal activity of some selected plant extracts on phytopathogenic fungi. Bang. J. Life Sci. 6 (2): 23-26.

  • Anwar, M.N., Begum, J., Dutta, S., Khan. S., Yusuf, M. and Chowdhury, J.U. 2007.  Screening of thirty eight medicinal plants of Bangladesh for antimicrobial activities. Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc.  9  (3): 703-707.

  • Aslam, M., Kapoor, A., Sharma, S. and Naqvi, S.W.I. 2006.  Phytochemical Constituents of Genus  Croton  and Their Biological Activities. Hamdard Medicus XLIX (1): 128-138.

  • Asolkar, L.V., Kakkar, K.K. and Chakre, O. J., 1992,  Second Supplement to Glossary of Indian Medicinal Plants with active principles. Part-1 (A-K), CSIR, New Delhi, India.

  • Ayensu, E.S. 1981.  Medicinal Plants of West Indies, Reference Publication Inc., Michigan 48001, U.S.

  • Bhattacharjee, S.1977.  Chiranjib Bonowshadhi, Ananda Publishers Privated Ltd., Calcutta-9, India.

  • Begum, H.A. 2001.  Fractional separation of four plant extracts and their antimicrobial actvity. M.Sc. Thesis. Dept. of Botany, Chittagong University.

  • Begum, J., Yusuf, M., Chowdhury, J.U. and Wahab, M.A. 1993.  Studies on essential oils for their antifungal and antibacterial properties. Part-1: Preliminary screening of 35 essential oils. Bangladesh J. Sci. Ind. Res.  28 (4): 25-34.

  • Begum, J., Chowdhury, J.U., Yusuf, M., Wahab, M.A., Ahmed, K., Akhter, N. and Anwar, M.N. 1999.  Antimicrobial activity of the essential oils isolated from the  Ocimum americanum and Ocimum gratissimum  Var.  Clocimum  and their toxicity in white strain rats. Bangladesh J. Microbiol.  16 (2): 127-134.

  • Begum, J., Sohrab, H., Yusuf, M., Chowdhury, J.U., Husain, M.M., Begum, H.A. and Anwar, M.N. 2004.  In vitro antifungal activity of Azaron isolated from the rhizome extract of  Acorus calamus  L. Pak. J. Biol. Sci.,  7  (8): 1376-1379.

  • Begum, J., Dutta, S., Yusuf, M., Chowdhury, J.U., Ahmed, K., Ahmed, S. and Anwar, M.N. 2007.  Antimicrobial Activity of  Cinnamomum tamala  Essential oil and its Composition and Toxicity on White Strain Rats. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 24 (1): 14-18.

  • Begum, J., Yusuf, M., Chowdhury, J.U., Khan, S. and Anwar, M.N. 2007. Antifungal activity of forty higher plants against phytopathogenic fungi. Bangladesh J. Microbiol.,  24 (1): 76-78.

  • Begum, M., Rezia, B.M. & Haque, A.M. 1988.  Taxonomic Studies in the genus Albizia  Dureg. ed. by Khan. M.S., Bangladesh National Herbarium, BARC, Dhaka.

  • Bently, R. & Trimen, A. 1880.   Medicinal Plants, 4 Vols. J & A Churchill, New Barlington Street, London.

  • Bharani, A, Ganguly, A. Bhargava, K.D. 1995.  Salutary effect of  Terminalia arjuna  in patients with severe refractory heart failure. Int. J. Cardiol.  49 (3): 191-9.

  • Bhuyan, M.A.K., Begum, J., Chowdhury, J.U., Ahmed, K. and Anwar, M.N. 2000.  Antimicrobial activity of oil and cruid alkaloids from seeds of  Aphanamixis polystachya  (Wall.) R.N.Parker. Bangladesh J. Bot.  29 (1): 1-5.

  • Biswas, K. & Ghosh, A. 1973.  Bharatiya Bonowshadhi, Edited by Chattarjee, A., Calcutta University, India.

  • Bose, B. C., Darakanath, C., Mehra, P. N., Serhadri, T. R. & Sheth, U.K.1976.  Ed. by Satyavati, G.V., Raina, M.K. & Sharma, M. Medicinal Plants of India. Vol. I, India Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India.

  • Boulos, L. 1983.  Medicinal Plants of North Africa. Reference Publication Inc., Mchigan 48001, U.S.

  • Chakma, T.K., Choudhuri, M.S.K., Jabbar, S, Khan, M.T.H., Alamgir, M., Gafur, M.A., Ahmed, K. and Roy, B.K. 2001.  Effect of some medicinal plants and plant parts used in Ayurvedic System of medicine on isolated guinea-pig ileum preparations. Hamdara Medicus, Vol. XLIV(2) :70-73.

  • Chakma, S, Hossain, M.K., Khan, B.M. and Kabir M.A. 2003.  Ethno-botanical knowledge of Chakma community in the use of medicinal plants in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. MFP News, XIII (3): 3-7. Dehra Dun, India.

  • Chopra, R. N., Chopra, I.C., Handa, K.L. and Kapur, L.D. 1958.  Indigenous Drugs of India, Academic Publishers, Calcutta, India.

  • Chopra, R. N., Nayar, S.L. and Chopra, I.C. 1956.  Glossary of Indian Medicinal Plants, CSIR, New Delhi, India.

  • Chowdhury, J.U., Yusuf, M., Wahab, M.A. and Begum, J. 2000.  Antiamoebic and antibacterial activity of  Euphorbia hirta  L. Bangladesh J. Integrated Medicine.  1 (I): 17-19.

  • Chowdhury, J.U., Yusuf, M. and Hussain M.M. 2003.  Composition of the rhizome oil of  Alpinia calcarata . Indian Purfumer  47 (4): 355-357.

  • Cowan, J.M. 1928.  The Flora of Chakaria Sundarbans. Rec. Bot. Surv. India 11: 197-225.

  • Cuzman-Ladim. H. 1985.  Healing Wonder's of Herbs, Philippine Publishing House, Manila, Philippine.

  • Dahl, L.K. 1972.  Salt and hypertension. Am. J. Clin. Nutr.  25  :231-44.

  • Das, D.K. and Alam, M.K. 2001.  Trees of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Forest Research Institute, Chittagong.

  • Dastur, J. K. 1964.  Useful Plants of India & Pakistan, D. B. Taraporevala Sons & Co. Private Ltd., Bombay, India.

  • Dutta, S. 2006.  Studies on antimicrobial activities of twenty plant extracts. M.Sc. Thesis. Dept. of Microbiology, Chittagong University.

  • Dey, A.C. 1980.  Indian Medicinal Plants used in the Ayurvedic Preparations, Bishen Singh-Mahendra Paul Singh, Dehra Dun, India.

  • Dey, C.K., Rahman, M.A. and Willcock 1998.  An enumeration of the tree species of Chittagong district. Biodiversity Bulletin, University of Chittagong,   1 :1-81.

  • Dey, K. L. 1973.  The Indigenous Drugs of India. The Chronica botanica, New Delhi, India.

  • Dhanabal, S.P., Kokate, C.K., Ramanathan, KM., Elango, K., Subburaj, T., Manimaran, S.    and Suresh, B. 2004.  Protective Role of Sub-fraction from Fenugreek Seeds on Alloxan      Induced Diabetes Mellitus in Rats. Hamdard Medicus  XLVII (4): 45-49.

  • Dwivedi, S. and Agarwal, M.P. 1994.  Antianginal and cardioprotective effects of  Terminalia arjuna , an indigenous drug, in coronary artery disease. J. Assoc. Physicians India  42 (4): 287-9.

  • Dymock, W., Warden, C. J. H. and Hooper, D. 1890.  Pharmacographia India, Thacker Pink and Company, Culcutta, India.

  • Gafur, M.A., Ahmed, K., Reza, T. and Roy, B.K. 1993.  Investigation on indigenous medicinal plants Part-1. Chemico-pharmacological studies of crude and 2-Butanol extracts from  Cuscuta reflexa  Roxb. J. Sci. Ind. Res. XXVIII (4) : 122-132.&l