classification of crude drugs

Classification of Crude Drugs

Classification is a means of systematic arrangement or separation of large varieties or quantities of things into smaller groups on the basis of some similar and dissimilar characters or...
cell wall and its types

Plant Cell – Cytoplasm and Vacuole

The Cytoplasm The cytoplasm is a translucent mass of complex colloidal substances and is composed of water, protein, carbohydrate, lipoids and various inorganic compounds. It occupies a major part of....
The Cell Contents

Plant Cell Contents: Functions and Structure

Cell contents or cell inclusions refer to those substances, which are present in the cell but do not constitute any of its parts or take any part in its...
cell wall and its types

Cell Wall and Types of Cell Wall

Cell Wall It is the outermost covering of the cell and encloses the cytoplasm and the vacuole. The primary cell wall is a permeable flexible structure and is capable of...
classification of plant tissues

Plant Tissues – Classification of Plant Tissues

Anatomical features or internal structures of plant drugs are very useful in assigning the morphological groups of powdered, sectioned, broken or mutilated crude drugs. Not only that, they often...
Plant Cell Structure

Structural Organisation Of Plant Drugs

Drugs are obtained from almost all forms of plants ranging from unicellular yeast to highly differentiated higher plants. Identification of these diversified drugs and their sources was formerly based...