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botanical

(bə-tăn′ĭ-kəl) also

botanic

(-tăn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to plants or plant life.
2. Of or relating to the science of botany.
n.
A drug, medicinal preparation, or similar substance obtained from a plant or plants.

bo·tan′i·cal·ly adv.

botanical

adjective Referring to botany or to the study of plants.

botanical

(bō-tă′nĭ-kl)
1. Relating to botany or plants.
2. A plant extract used to maintain health, treat, or prevent illness.
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The research cross-referenced the working list of known plant species - currently standing at 350,699 - with species records of around a third of the world's botanic gardens, some 1,116 institutions.
This largely contributed to the change of the main mission of botanic gardens, giving a strong emphasis on their responsibility to ensure the conservation of the genetic resources from plants all over the world, and to provide ex situ protection of threatened plant species (Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, 2009).
The master plan of Oman Botanic Garden, Salha disclosed, includes two biome habitats -- representing the southern and northern mountains in Oman -- six outdoor habitats (wadi, sand deserts, central desert, northern gravel desert, sabkhas -- salt flats and terraces), a visitor centre and habitats pavilion, amenity areas for visitors, interactive exhibits, a research centre, a native plants nursery and Oman's first cable car service to go around the precincts of the garden.
INCIDENT: Police arrested a man at Wavertree Botanic Park,off Edge Lane, on Friday
Probi Digestis will be marketed by Botanic Pharma targeting GPs and Gastroenterologists as well as to consumers via retail drug stores and pharmacies.
Khan said that in our experiences in conservation and restoration of natural ecosystem we are proposing a new role for the Pakistan Botanic Garden Network Secretariat (PBGN); to act as an advisory body to select and manage proposed sites of special botanic interest (SSBI) from a research prospective.
Located in the heart of Rabat, the botanic tests park, included in 1992 on the list of national historical heritage list, is a genuine oxygen source for the capital city, considered by the UNESCO in 2012 as part of Humanity universal heritage.
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A MURAL painted by a Vale of Glamorgan teenager has been unveiled at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
Friends of Treborth Botanic Garden and North Wales Branch of the Alpine Garden Society present the 2012 Len Beer Lecture, 7.
WI-based Botanic Innovations has been granted a US patent that covers the synergistie effect of antioxidant activity that occurs when its cold pressed black cumin seed oil is blended with other cold pressed seed oils.