Vol.1. Role of biotechnology in medicinal and aromatic plants: Retrospect and prospect; Anticancer agents of plant origin; Antimalarials of plants origin; Micropropagation of medicinal and aromatic plants; Biotechnological investigations in medicinal plants for the production of secondary metabolites; Secondary metabolities: A biotechnological perspective; Biotechnological advances in phytochemical production; Hairy root cultures: An experimental system for secondary metabolite production; Natural compounds from cultured hair roots; Biosynthesis of diosgenin in tissue cultures of medicinal and aromatic plants; Role of biotechnology in spices crop improvement; Biotechnological approaches in the improvement of citrus; Aphrodisiac plants of aravalli hills with special reference to safed musli; Artemisia pallens wall (davana): Phytochemistry, in vitro culture and germplasm conservation; Comparative studies between normal and tissue cultured plants of Bacopa monnieri (L) pennell; In vitro culture studies on Kaempferia galanga L; Some fundamental and applied aspects of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase; Elicitation and immobilization of cell cultures for enhanced synthesis of pharmaceutical compounds; Permeabilization of plant cell cultures; Plant cell immobilization; Immobilization of plants cells.
Vol.2. Plant biotechnology in aid of AIDS; Biotechnology approaches for the development of anticancer drugs from plants; Research on camptothecins in India; Use and abuse of psycho-active plant drugs with special reference to unani medicine; Production of vaccines by transgenic plants; Antimicrobial principles from in vivo and tissue culture of arid zone plants; Biotechnology of medicinal plants: Recent advance and potential; Biotechnological approaches to the medicinal plants of aravalli hills with special reference to Commiphora wightii; In vitro studies and the analysis of bioactive ingredients of Ammi majus L; Tissue culture of Pelargonium graveolens L. Her.ex.ait (Geranium); Gynogenic haploids- problems and perspectives: Ovary culture Boswellia serrata Roxb. (burseraceae); Rapid propagation of medicinal and aromatic plants in liquid media in a novel culture vessel (Growtek); In vitro propagation of Ayurvedic plants; Micropropagation studies in Eclipta alba (L.) hassk: A medical plant; In vitro propagation of Curuligo orchiodes (Gaertn); Pineapple and biotechnological approaches for mass propagation; Biotechnology of tree spices of South India; Tissue culture in spice crops: Some applied aspects; Aromatic compounds from cultured cell, tissues and organs; Biotechnology: A born in aromatic grass Cymbopogon spreng (Poaceae); Biotechnology advances in an under exploited native aromatic crop (Jasminum Sabas var. ‘aeyaneanu’); Biotechnological approaches of aromatic trees-relevance to Chloroxylon swietenia DC.: Micropropagation and its phytochemical studies; Role of plant biotechnology approaches in the production of secondary metabolites; Biotechnological approaches in the production of metabolites from medicinal plants; Production of secondary metabolites production: Aspects and prospects; Production of bioactive compounds from immobilized plant cells;Hairy root culture and secondary metabolite production.
Vol.3. Biotechnology in medicinal and aromatic plants; Glimpses of biotechnology; Folk-uses of some common plants in different parts of the world; Production of recombinant proteins in transgenic plants; Role of biotechnology: Production of compounds without plant sacrifice; Phytosterols: An overview; Stilbenes: Bioactive plant phenolics; Taxol: Chemistry, bioactive and biotechnology; Production of herbal drugs in vitro; Neem: A tree with immense medical potential; Oil seed under the umbrella of biotechnology for their future; Progress in tissue culture of some oilseed crops with medicinal importance; Tissue culture: An indispensable component of biotechnology for plant improvement; In vitro status and optimized cultural conditions for Catharathus alkaloids; In vitro culture of Bosewellia serrata roxb. (Burseraceae); Studies on Artemisia annua L. for the production of natural compounds of medicinal importance; High efficiency propagation of Jatropha curcas L: A medicinally potent plant species.
Vol.4. Plant constitutents in AIDS therapy; Ribosome inactivating proteins from plants; Ginseng: Wonder drug of the world; Lignans: Promising anticancer agents; Podophyllum hexandrum Royle: A potential source for production of clinically useful anticancer drugs; Medicinal yams: Potential application of biotechnology for conservation, characterization and use of germplasm; Salvadora persica Linn: A rare drug plant of arid zone; Curculigo orchiodies Gaertn (Kali Musli): An endangered medicinal herb; In vitro perspectives of the healing herbs: Cuminum cyminum and achyspermum ammi; Medicinal plant Gloriosa: In vitro status and prospects; Biotechnological advances in Solanum leagnifiolium: Night shade plant; In vitro embryo culture of certain medicinally important orchids; Queen of oil seeds: A lesser exploited medicinal herb with immense potentiality; In vitro plant regeneration in Safflower; Biotechnology of neem: Azadirachta indica A. Juss; Selection of plus trees of neem for azadiractin content and development of micropropagation protocol for mass propagation; Advances in medicinal plant biotechnology: An Overview; Biotechnology methods for selection of high yielding cell lines and production of secondary metabolite in medicinal plants; Hairy root culture: A review; Medicinal and biotechnological aspects of Indian spices; The concept and management of ageing in unani medicine: Part-I.
Vol.5. Biotechnological approaches to potential anticancerous herbal drugs of the future; Anticancer drugs from medicinal plants; Cancer and plant based anticancer drugs; Plant derived chemotherapeutic anticancer agents; Anticancer agents of unique mechanism of action; Anticancer agent of plant origin; Cancer and phytotherapy; Biotechnological approaches fro the development of anticancer drugs from plants; Research on camptothecins in India; Alkaloids and hepatocellular carcinoma: Biotechnology for improved yield; Padophyllum hexandrum royle: A potential source for production of clinically useful anticancer drugs; Catharanthus roseus: Status and future prospects; Lignans: Promising Anticancer agents; Taxol: Chemistry, Bioactivity and biotechnology.
Vol.6. Genetically modified plants; tansgene-induced gene silencing in plants; Proinflammatory cytokines management by medicinal plants; Biotechnological studies to improve silybin content in silybum: A hepato-protective herb; Antidisease properties of medicinal and aromatic plants; Therapeutic drugs from fruit plants; Herbal therapy for curing diabetes; Anti-ageing constituents of plants origin and their biotechnological aspects; Plant compounds and chemotherapy; edible vaccines; Strength and wealth of therapeutic medicinal plants in India; Asthma and the role of medicinal plants; Current research on anti-parkinsonian herbal drugs; Medicinal properties of mushrooms; Development of standardised aphrodisiac herbal drugs; Biotechnology and future of an underused medicinal plat Dracaena; Horticultural therapy; Plant nutraceuticals; Plants biotechnology in modelling of biopharmaceuticals for cancer; Medicinal value of vegetables.
Vol.7. Plants as source of traditional and modern drug for cancer; Antimalarials of plant origin; Antidiabetic drugs from plants; In vitro studies on some plants used in ayurvedic system of medicine for madhumeya (Diabetes); Rheumatism and the role of medicinal plants; Genetics of ageing; Application of role genes for enhanced production of bioactive compounds from medicinal plants; Cryopreservation of medicinal and aromatic flora; Molecular mechanisms of flower senescence; Poisonous plants; Allergitic plants; Aromatherapy with reference to unani system of medicine.
Vol.8. Futuristic approach for the treatment dreaded diseases-AIDS; Herbal resources available for commnest disease-Diabetes; Standardised phytomedicines for diabetes; Plant vaccines; Therapeutic potential of plants of Amaranthaceae; Spices medicine; Role of medicinal plants for heart and respiratory systems; Steroipdal alkaloids in vegetable crops; Emerging plant drugs in India; Human metabolism and medicinal plants.
Vol.9. Role of diet in prevention and cure of cancer; Cancer and plant based anticancer drugs; Plant biotechnology in modelling of biopharmaceuticals for cancer; Fruit therapy; Plant volatiles; Phytotherapy in dermatology; Spices medicines and its improvement through biotechnology; Pharmaceuticals plant biotechnology; Psychoactive plants.
Vol.10. Colour atlas; Cancer: Hornest nest of medical sciences; Plants and anticancer compounds; Biotechnological approaches on medicinally important species of Tylophora indica; Biotechnological interventions in bioproduction of L-dopa: An antiparkinson drug; Role of micropropagation in the conservation of some important medicinal plants; Tissue culture and genetic improvement: A case study in caladium bicolour; In vitro propagation of Pisonia alba (1) spansghe (lettuce tree): A threatened medicinal tree species; Production of ephedrines from cell cultures of Ephedra; Biotechnological strategies for panama disease resistance in banana; Genetically modified plants in biomedicine delivery; Plant vaccines: An overview; Fruit therapy: An overview; Orchids: A potential source of secondary metabolites; Effects of aroma oils on the human energy field as shown by pip energy field imaging; The concept and management of ageing in unani medicine: Part-II.
Vol.11. Colour atlas; Some important herbs used in the treatment of cancer: Part-I; Bioprospects of plant derived drugs; Screening plants for new drugs; Herbal remedies; Integrating indigenous knowledge o medicinal plants; Somatic embrygenesis in Catharanthus roseus (1) g. Don: An anticancerous plant; Biotechnological studies to enhance the mass propagation of Solanum nigrum I: An anti-inflammatory herb; Phytochemical analysis of the Indian Sarsaparilla; Spices medicine: Part-I; Spices medicine: Part-II; Medicinal plants for the prevention and cure of viral diseases; Hairy root culture and secondary metabolites production; Edible vaccines: An overview; Some threatened medicinal plants of tarai forest of Gorakhpur of Uttar Pradesh.
Vol.12. Medicinal and aromatic plants of India; Folklore treatment of some common ailments in eastern U.P.; Bryophytes: A potential source of antimicrobial agents; Cultural aspects of conservation of medicinal and aromatic plants; Pharmacognostic and phytochemical analysis of Glossocardia bosvellia DC; Architectured modified plants in biomedicine delivery; Medicinal plants for urogenital system; Role of medicinal plants for gastrointestinal tract; Role of medicinal plants in denstistry.
Vol.13. Phytotherapy for malaria; Traditional phytocure for leprosy; Phytocure for epilepsy; A brief overview of medicinal plants of India; Secondary metabolites and medicinal plants; Antimicrobial substance from bryophytes with therapeutic potential; Ethnomedical cure for common skin diseases; Spices medicine.
Vol.14. Plants combating AIDS; Human ageing and the role of medicinal plants; Herbal therapy for rheumatoid arthritis; Antidiabetic plants of India; Alkaloids production in digitalis cell cultures: An overview; Ethnoveterinary Phytomedicine; Ethnomedicinal importance of piper species among the muthuvan tribes of Idukki District, Kerala.
Vol.15. Therapeutic potential of fruits, vegetables and spices; Cabbage: Vegetables and healthcare; Haldi: Spices at home for health remedies; Neem: The pride of India; Tulsi: The ozone protector cures many ailments; Papaya: A wholesome low calorie fruit for good health; Red gram: A source of herbal protein; Mustrad oil: Ethnomedicine of herbal oil; Vitamins: Vitamin-A; Vision 2020: The right to sight; Diet and obesity: Balanced diet keeps us fit and fine; Iodine: An essential micronutrient for growth.
Vol.16. Herbal therapy for AIDS; Herbal therapy for hemorrhoids; Advances in stem cell research; Blood pressure/hypertension and its management –A holistic approach; Some common unani medicinal plants of Indian origin; Medicinal plants of Nasik District; Herbal treatment of rheumatism; Herbal cure for asthma; Botanical identity in pharmacology and pharmacognosy of some important herbs used as contraceptives; Tribal medicines for the welfare of mother and the child; Bhangra; Amala: A wonder gift of nature.
Vol.17. Enzymes as indicators of diseases; Methods of antigen presentation; Contribution to the ethnobotany of balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh; Medicinal plants of eastern Uttar Pradesh; Folk medicinal plants and traditional knowledge of tribals of Talakona and Tirupati forest division of Andhra Pradesh.
Vol.18. AIDS: The global challenges; Introduction, awareness and treatment for AIDS; Antidaibetic plants to Uttar Pradesh; Medicinally important plants of East and West Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh; Cultivation of conservation of genetic diversity with special reference to medicinal plants of A.P. Forests; Some common diseases and their traditional treatment in Kashmir; An inventory of ayurvedic medicinal plants for combating asthmatic complaints; Ethnomedicinal health cares in tribes of Chotanagpur plateau of Jharkhand State; Vegetable Nutraceuticals; Phytosociological structure of plants community in proposed biodiversity Ecopark: Bargi hills areas: Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh; Fruits and their medicinal values.