The Antimicrobial/Biological Activity of Essential Oils presents 113 scientific contributions to The Journal of Essential Oil Research. Though topics mainly cover antimicrobial and antifungal activity (such as infections, wound care and dermatology), this volume also includes papers dealing with genotoxicity problems, cutaneous effects, activities on the autonomic nervous system, free radical scavenger properties, effects on the lipid composition, anti-cancer properties, anti-oxidant effects and much more.
The volume – international in scope and of a high standard of technical merit and scientific quality – covers a diverse range of topics, including:
Mycotoxic effects of Thymus serpyllum oil on the asexual reproduction of Aspergillus species
The chemical composition and antifungal activity of the essential oil obtained from in vitro plants of Thymus mastichina L.
Evaluation of common antibacterial screening methods utilized in essential oil research
Composition and antimicrobial activity of Ammoides pusilla (Brot.) Breistr. essential oil
And many more!