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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 Vitis vinifera (European Grape; Grape; Grapevine; Parra (Sp.); Vid (Sp.); Vigne Vinifere (Fr.); Weinrebe (Ger.); Wine Grape)
E Vitis bryoniaefolia (Shan P'U T'Ao; Yeh P'U T'Ao; Ying Yu)
E Jussiaea suffruticosa (Bujang samalam (Grown-up o'rni; Kalamenya; Lakom ayer (Water Vitis); Salah nyowo)
E Vitis hastata (Akar asam riang; Akar iang-iang)
E Vitis lanceolaria (Akar chabang limah; Akar Darik Darik; Akar papan)
E Vitis mollissima (Akar sebengkak; Lakom gajah; Lakom laut)
E Vitis serianaefolia (Mao Erh Luan; Pai Ken; Pai Lien)
E Vitis vinifera (Asma; Auzum; European Grape; Grape; I'Nab; P'U T'Ao; P'U T'Ao Chiu; Raisin; Roseinekaerne; Tray; Vid; Vigne; Vite)
E Vitis novemfolia (Asam papan (Plank sour-relish); Lakom kerbau (Plank sour-relis; Lakom terebau)
E Vitis pentaphylla (Wu Chao Lung; Wu Lien Mei)
E Vitis labrusca (Ing Yu)
E Vitis corniculata (Tzu Ko)
E Vitis sp (Grape; Pasa; Uva)
E Vitis cinnamomea (Akar charek puteri; Akar puding rimba; Akar sebengkak (Swelling vine))
E Vitis inconstans (Ch'Ang Ch'Un T'Eng; Lung Lin Pi Li)