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Wetlands Ecology and Management

, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp 421–452 | Cite as

Bioactivities, bioactive compounds and chemical constituents of mangrove plants

  • W.M. Bandaranayake
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This review article presents the traditional and medicinal uses, and examines recent investigations on the biological activities of extracts, and chemicals identified from mangroves and mangal associates. Metabolites identified from mangrove plants are classified according to ‘chemical classes’, and some of their structures are illustrated. The article also presents some of the functions of the chemicals present and attempt to emphasize and create an awareness of the great of potential mangroves and mangal associates possess as a source of novel agrochemicals, compounds of medicinal value, and a new source of many already known biologically active compounds.

chemical classes chemical structures mangalassociates medicinal and traditional uses 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W.M. Bandaranayake
    • 1
  1. 1.Australian Institute of Marine ScienceAustralia

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