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Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical databases facilitate in-depth plant, chemical, bioactivity, and ethnobotany searches using scientific or common names. Search results can be downloaded in PDF or spreadsheet form. Of interest to pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biomedical research, as well alternative therapies and herbal products.

Key: A= Biological Activity C= Chemical E= Ethnobotany Plant P= Plant S= Syndrome U= Ethnobotany Use
P Aristolochia debilis (Chinese Birthwort)
P Aristolochia serpentaria (Serpentaria; Virginia Snakeroot)
P Armoracia rusticana (Horseradish)
P Arnica montana (Leopard's-Bane; Mountain Tobacco)
P Arracacia xanthorrhiza (Arracacha; Peruvian Carrot)
P Artemisia abrotanum (Southernwood)
P Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood)
P Artemisia annua (Annual Mugwort (GRIN); Annual Wormwood (GRIN); Qinghao; Sweet Annie; Sweet Wormwood (GRIN))
P Artemisia capillaris (Capillary Wormwood)
P Artemisia cina (Levant Wormseed)
P Artemisia dracunculus (Tarragon)
P Artemisia herba-alba (Desert Wormwood)
P Artemisia maritima (Sea Wormwood)
P Artemisia pallens (Davana)
P Artemisia vulgaris (Mugwort)
P Artocarpus altilis (Breadfruit)
P Artocarpus heterophyllus (Jackfruit)
P Arundo donax (Giant Reed)