Latin American and Caribbean Bulletin of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
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Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Bol. Latinoam. Caribe Plant. Med. Aromat.|
|Language||English, French, Portuguese, Spanish|
|Edited by||J. L. Martinez, J. M. Prieto|
Cooperacion Latinoamericana y del Caribe en Plantas Medicinales y Aromaticas
|License||Commons Attributions 3.0 noncommercial / non derivative works|
The Boletin latinoamericano y del caribe de plantas medicinales y aromaticas (English: Latin American and Caribbean Bulletin of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research on all aspects of medicinal and aromatic plants. Articles are published in Spanish, English, Portuguese, or French.
The journal was established in 2002 as a communication tool to keep the Latin-American community informed on events and news related to medicinal and aromatic plants taking place around the world. This primary objective is still achieved by means of the so-called "supplements" issued in between each bulletin. The official launch of the publication took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during the first Latin-American Congress of Phytochemistry.
The journal started to publish scientific contributions during its second year of publication. In 2007, the journal officially changed from a newsletter format to a more traditional journal format, typically publishing more than five original papers per issue. Articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution license and access to its repository is free.
With support of the Cuban Pharmacological Society, the journal hosts annual symposiums.
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