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Lima, Peru


The symposium will provide a unique opportunity for understanding and appreciating the latest scientific knowledge on medicinal plant and natural products.  Scientific sessions in Pharmacognosy, Ethnobotany, and Ethnopharmacology will focus on the new scientific development in sciences.  Instructions on how to submit your abstracts or session proposals will be made available via an email message after you complete your registration. Abstracts will be received at the authors corner [see link below].

Abstract Format & Submission

All abstracts must be in ENGLISH and limited to 400 words excluding title, list of authors and key words. Required parts of abstracts are introduction including purpose, material and methods, results and discussion, and conclusion sections. Do not use email or fax for submission of your work. All abstracts must be submitted online at www.peruishs.org. Authors will receive acceptance letters immediately after review of each submission. 

Platform and Poster presenters are allowed in both languages and authors will have the option of submitting a manuscript to the symposium proceedings. Manuscripts shall follow the specific guidelines provide by ISHS, a copy of authors guidelines is available, to download click here.

Abstract submission is available free of charge during the early bird registration period, that ends on 31 August 2013. Submission will be closed on Sunday, that is 18 September 2013.  Individuals, in need of more time to submit abstracts after the early registration deadine, shall conact our office. To start submission of your abstract please click here.


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Antithrombotic Potential of Plant base Natural Products: Offer by Professor Dr. Milagros Garcia Mesa of Cuba for the first time in Lima; Acute coronary disease, stroke and lower limb acute thrombosis (atherothrombotic diseases) are the threatening clinical consequences of atherosclerosis.  Aging, Diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, hypertension, obesity and smoking are atherosclerotic risk factors. This workshop will provide the attendees a methodology for discovering plants with antithrombotic potential.

Writing an outstanding manuscript for publication in Acta Horticulturae   

Dr. Lyle Craker from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst will provide the best approach to develop a well organized manuscript for publication in Acta Horticulturae. The participants at this workshop will learn how to construct an outstanding manuscripts using the available guidelines provided by ISHS.

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Contact us  
Symposia Office mailing address:  PO Box 320172, Boston, MA 02132
Secretriate: antigua-ishs@shmen.org