I. How can toxic plant compounds
affect humans and animals?
A. look like hormones, neurotransmitters and
bind to a receptor in the body
B. look like a substrate and thus inhibit specific
enzymes from binding to the intended substrate
the systematic study of the interactions
between a culture and the plants in its
environment, particularly the knowledge about
and use of such plants.
food, shelter, clothing, hunting
It is a complex relationship between indigenous
cultures and their
Medicinal Plants: Past, Present, and Future
What is Aromatherapy?
Aromatic volatile liquids (essential oils*) of
plants, flowers, leaves, blossoms, seeds, bark,
roots, fruits and berries used to treat different
conditions of the body
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Also called Indian Ginseng and winter cherry
Found in India, N
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What is the oral cavity?
Comprised of the teeth, the gum or gingiva,
the peridontium, and alveolar bone.
A home for plaque (an adherent mass of
microorganisms and their sticky glucans)
Plaque can calcify forming calculus