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Books

Botany, medicine and quinology

  1. Andersson, L. and M. L. Kawasaki 1998 A revision of the genus Cinchona (Rubiaceae-Cinchoneae). Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, v. 80-81 Bronx, N.Y.: New York Botanical Garden, 75, 40.
  2. Cross, R. 1871 Report on the collecting of seeds and plants of the Cinchonas of Pitayo. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 52.
  3. Cross, R. 1879 Report by Robert Cross of his mission to South America in 1877-78 to collect plants of the quinine bark tree known as “Calisaya of Santa Fé,” or “Soft Columbian,” on the eastern Andes of New Granada, and of the Carthagena bark, on the central Cordillera. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 53.
  4. Delondre, A. and A. Bouchardat 1854 Quinologie; des quinquinas et des questions qui, dans l’âetat prâesent de la science et du commerce, s’y rattachent avec le plus d’actualitâe. Paris: Bailliáere, 48.
  5. Flückiger, F. A. 1884 The cinchona barks: pharmacognostically considered. By Friedrich A. Flückiger. Translated from the original text, with some additional notes, by Frederick B. Power. London: J. & A. Churchill, viii; 101.
  6. Flückiger, F. A. and D. Hanbury 1874 Pharmacographia. A history of the principal drugs of vegetable origin. London: MacMillan, xvii; 704.
  7. Gorkom, K. W. v. 1883 A handbook of cinchona culture. Amsterdam: J. H. de Bussy; etc. etc., 6 l., 292.
  8. Guibourt, N. J. B. G. 1850 Histoire naturelle des drogues simples ou cours d’histoire naturelle. Quatrième édition. Paris: J.-B. Baillière,
  9. Hamilton, J. 1883 Notes and statistics of cinchona bark. Lond.:
  10. Harris, W. and R. Chiswell 1683 Pharmacologia anti-empirica: or A rational discourse of remedies both chymical and Galenical. : Wherein chymistry is impartially represented, the goodness of natural remedies vindicated, and the most celebrated preparations of art proved uncapable of curing diseases without a judicious and methodical administration. Together with some remarks on the causes and cure of the gout, the universal use of the Cortex, or Jesuits powder, and the most notorious impostures of divers empiricks and mountebanks. London,: Printed for Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Pauls Church-yard, [32], 332, [12].
  11. Hooker, W. D. 1839 Inaugural dissertation upon the cinchonas, their history, uses, and effects. Glasgow: University Press,
  12. Howard, J. E. 1853 Examination of Pavon’s collection of Peruvian barks contained in the British Museum. London: The Author, vi; 47.
  13. Howard, J. E. 1862 Illustrations of the Nueva quinologia of Pavon. London: L. Reeve,
  14. Howard, J. E. 1869-1876 The quinology of the East Indian plantations. London: L. Reeve,
  15. Imperial Institute London. Indian Trade Enquiry. 1922 Drugs and tanning materials: reports on cinchona bark and myrobalans. London: The Institute, [x] 59.
  16. India dept. of agric. and A. T. Gage 1918 Report on the extension of cinchona cultivation in India, by A.T. Gage. Calcutta:
  17. India dept. of statistics. 1897 Statistics of cinchona cultivation. (Calcutta: 1895-99.
  18. Junghuhn, F. and J. E. de Vry 1861 The cultivation of the quina tree in Java, to the end of the year 1859. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 75.
  19. Jussieu, J. d. 1936 Description de l’arbre a quinquina : mémoire inédit de Joseph de Jussieu. Paris: Société du traitement des Quinquinas, 44.
  20. Karsten, H. 1858 Die medicinischen Chinarinden Neu-Granada’s. Berlin: Schneider, 70.
  21. Karsten, H. and E. Pöppig 1861 Notes on the medicinal Cinchona barks of New Granada by H. Karsten and The Cinchona trees of Huanuco (in Peru) by E. Poëpigg (translated from the German). London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 75.
  22. King, G. 1876 A manual of cinchona cultivation in India. Calcutta:
  23. Lambert, A. B. 1797 A description of the genus Cinchona:comprehending the various species of vegetables from which the Peruvian and other barks of a similar quality are taken, illustrated by figures of all the species hitherto discovered, to which is prefixed Professor Vahl’s dissertation on this genus, read before the Society of natural history at Copenhagen, also a description, accompanied by figures, of a new genus named Hyaenanche, or hyaena poison.. London: Printed for B. and J. White, ix, 54.
  24. Lambert, A. B., A. v. Humboldt, C. J. Laubert and H. Ruiz 1821 An illustration of the genus Cinchona : comprising descriptions of all the officinal Peruvian barks, including several new species. Baron de Humboldt’s Account of the Cinchona forests of South America, and Laubert’s Memoir on the different speies of Quinquina. To which are added several dissertations of Don Hippolito Ruiz on various medicinal plants of South America … And a short account of the spikenard of the ancients. London: Printed for J. Searle etc., ix, [1]. 181, [1].
  25. London Cinchona Bureau. 1951 Quinine, quinidine, and other cinchona alkaloids in clinical practice. London,: 27.
  26. Madras presidency board of revenue. and H. Trimen 1883 Report on the cinchona plantations of the Nilgiris, by H. Trimen. Peradeniya:
  27. Markham, C. R. 1862 Memorandum on Dr. Anderson’s report on the subject of the introduction of the Chinchona into India. London: James Bain, 32.
  28. Markham, C. R. 1862 Travels in Peru and India : while superintending the collection of chinchona plants and seeds in South America, and their introduction into India. London,: J. Murray, xviii, 572 , [11] leaves of plates.
  29. Markham, C. R. 1880 Peruvian bark. A popular account of the introduction of chinchona cultivation into British India 1860-1880. London: John Murray, xxiii, 550.
  30. McIvor, W. G. 1863 Notes on the propagation and cultivation of the medicinal Cinchonas, or Peruvian bark trees. Madras: Graves, Coodson,
  31. Monginot, F. and Belon 1681 A new mystery in physick discovered, by curing of fevers & agues by quinquina or Jesuites powder. London: Printed for Will. Crook … [60], 99, [9].
  32. Pereira, J. 1857 The elements of materia medica. Fourth edition. Volume II. Part II.. London: Longman,
  33. Pöppig, E. 1835-1836 Reise in Chile, Peru, und auf dem Amazonenstrome während der jahre 1827-1832. Leipzig: F. Fleischer,
  34. Shaw, G. E. and Royal Institute of Chemistry. 1935 Quinine manufacture in India. London: Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland, 16.
  35. Spruce, R. 1861 Report on the expedition to procure seeds and plants of the Cinchona succirubra or red bark tree. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 112.
  36. Sturm, R. and Vidua & Haeredes Joannis Cnobbari 1659 Febrifugi Peruviani Vindiciarum pars prior. : Pulveris historiam complectens ejusque vires & proprietates juxta seneum dogmaticorum exhibens. Antverpiae,: Apud Viduam & Haredes Ioannis Cnobbari., [12], 166, [8], 142, [10].
  37. Weddell, H. A. 1849 Histoire naturelle de[s qu]inquinas [ou monographie du] genre quinquina suivie d’une description [du genre] cascarilla et de quelques autres plantes de la même tribu. Paris: V. Masson, iv, 108.
  38. Weddell, H. A. 1871 Notes on the Quinquinas.

Papers in the Pharmaceutical Journal

Botany, medicine and quinology

  1. Anderson, T. 1863 First annual report on the experimental cultivation of the quiniferous Cinchona in British Sikhim, from 1st April, 1862, to 30th April, 1863. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (5): 222-226.
  2. Anderson, T. 1867 Analysis of Darjeeling Chinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal(November): 2-3.
  3. Anderson, T. 1867 Analysis of Darjeeling Cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (5): 244-245.
  4. Anon 1860 On the introduction of the Cinchona trees into India. Pharmaceutical Journal2 (4): 201-204.
  5. Anon 1863 Introduction of Cinchona into India. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (4): 156-159.
  6. Anon 1868 The introduction of Cinchona to the island of Jamaica. Pharmaceutical Journal 10 (3): 166-168.
  7. Anon 1875 Cinchona, or chinchona? Pharmaceutical Journal (February 13): 646-648.
  8. Anon 1877 The commercial history of a cinchona plantation. Pharmaceutical Journal(November 24): 409-410.
  9. Anon 1880 Acclimatization experiments in Jamaica. Pharmaceutical Journal (October 2): 277-278.
  10. Anon 1882 Hints and suggestions for raising cinchona plants from seed and establishing cinchona plantations. Pharmaceutical Journal (March 11): 748-750.
  11. Anon 1882 The supply of Cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (January 21): 613-614.
  12. Anon 1883 The inaugural sessional address. Pharmaceutical Journal (October 6): 279-280.
  13. Anon 1883 John Eliot Howard, F.R.S. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 1): 431.
  14. Anon 1883 Obituary. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 1): 439.
  15. Anon 1894 Practical pharmacognoscy. Pharmaceutical Journal (July 21): 41-42.
  16. Anon 1898 Practical pharmacography. Pharmaceutical Journal (Sept 24): 350-351.
  17. Anon 1900 The materia medica of the pharmacopoeia. Pharmaceutical Journal (April 7): 387.
  18. Anon 1901 Extra-official materia medica. Pharmaceutical Journal (May 4): 587-588.
  19. Anon 1901 Extra-official materia medica. Pharmaceutical Journal (April 27): 552.
  20. Anon 1904 The cinchona trade of Amsterdam. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 3): 810-811.
  21. Batka, J. B. 1852 On Cinchona rubra and C. savanilla. Pharmaceutical Journal 11 (7): 321-323.
  22. Bidie, G. 1883 Catalogue of specimens of Cinchona bark, with illustrative botanical specimens. Pharmaceutical Journal (April 7): 821-822.
  23. Broughton, J. 1867 First report on Cinchona grown on the Neilgherry Hills.Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (5): 239-243.
  24. Broughton, J. 1868 On a false Cinchona bark of India. Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (9): 418-421.
  25. Broughton, J. 1872 Cinchona cultivation in India. Pharmaceutical Journal 2 (March 2): 705-707.
  26. Buchner, A. 1851 On the tests for cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal 11 (4): 164-169.
  27. Clarke, C. B. 1870 Report on cinchona cultivation in Bengal. Pharmaceutical Journal(August 6): 109-110.
  28. Consular Report on the Agricultural Condition of Colombia 1889 Cinchona cultivation in Colombia. Pharmaceutical Journal (January 19): 574.
  29. de Neufville, W. 1881 Cinchona bark for the pharmacopoeia. Pharmaceutical Journal(October 29): 369-371.
  30. de Vrij, J. E. 1873 Analysis of some barks of Cinchona officinalis and its varieties cultivated at Ootacamund. Pharmaceutical Journal (September 6): 181-183.
  31. de Vrij, J. E. 1873 Analysis of some Cinchona barks grown in Jamaica. Pharmaceutical Journal (August 16): 121-123.
  32. de Vrij, J. E. 1874 Analysis of some Cinchona barks cultivated at Ootacamund.Pharmaceutical Journal (May 2): 869-872.
  33. de Vrij, J. E. 1874 Pharmaceutical tests for cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal(August 15): 134-136.
  34. de Vrij, J. E. 1874 Remarks on Javanese Calisaya bark and on quinidine in refutation of some statements in Dr. Hesse’s paper on the same subject. Pharmaceutical Journal(December 26): 501-502.
  35. de Vrij, J. E. 1878 A fast growing cinchona which produces much quinine.Pharmaceutical Journal (April 13): 805.
  36. de Vry, J. E. 1864 On the cinchona bark of British India. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (12): 593-597.
  37. De Vry, J. E. 1864 On the determination of the amount of alkaloids in cinchona bark.Pharmaceutical Journal 6 (2): 50-52.
  38. de Vry, J. E. 1872 Cinchona caloptera, Miq. Pharmaceutical Journal 2 (March 9): 723.
  39. de Vry, J. E. 1872 The separation and quantitative determination of the different cinchona alkaloids. Pharmaceutical Journal 2 (February 10): 642-644.
  40. Delondre and Bouchardat 1854 The Cinchona barks, and the more important questions which, in the present state of science and commerce, relate to them. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (4): 165-168.
  41. Delondre and Bouchardat 1854 The Cinchona barks, and the more important questions which, in the present state of science and commerce, relate to them. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (2): 77-83.
  42. Delondre and Bouchardat 1855 The Cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (12): 570-574.
  43. Delondre and Bouchardat 1855 The cinchona barks, and the more important questions which, in the present state of science and commerce, relate to them. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (11): 513-517.
  44. Druce, G. C. 1899 The early history of Cinchona officinalis. Pharmaceutical Journal(October 14): 360.
  45. Elborne, W. 1884 Cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal (February 16): 653-655.
  46. Fluckiger 1881 Cinchona bark as an article of the official materia medica.Pharmaceutical Journal (April 30): 903-904.
  47. Giles, R. W. 1882 Notes on the pharmacy of cinchona. Pharmaceutical Journal(September 23): 254-256.
  48. Greenish, H. G. and E. Collin 1903 Vegetable powders and their diagnostic characters.Pharmaceutical Journal (June 20): 843-845.
  49. Hodgkin, J. 1883 Analysis of some samples of natural and renewed succirubra bark from the same quills. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 22): 481.
  50. Holmes, E. M. 1892 Recent donations to the museum. Pharmaceutical Journal (April 23): 874-876.
  51. Hooper, D. 1888 The hybridisation of cinchonas. Pharmaceutical Journal (October 13): 296-300.
  52. House of Commons 1863 Introduction of Cinchona into India. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (3): 105-109.
  53. Howard, B. F. and O. Chick 1920 Some recent samples of ‘grey’ Cinchona bark.Pharmaceutical Journal (July 24): 79-81.
  54. Howard, D. 1875 Some recent importations of Cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal(June 26): 1025.
  55. Howard, D. 1877 Note on the distribution of the alkaloids in Cinchona trees.Pharmaceutical Journal 8 (July 7): 1-2.
  56. Howard, D. 1879 Notes on cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (September 6): 181.
  57. Howard, D. 1883 Notes on Cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (August 4): 81-82.
  58. Howard, D. 1906 Cinchona barks and their cultivation. Pharmaceutical Journal (January 13): 41-42.
  59. Howard, J. E. 1830 Origin of the Calisaya ledgeriana of commerce. Pharmaceutical Journal (March 13): 730-732.
  60. Howard, J. E. 1853 Examination of Pavon’s collection of Peruvian barks contained in the British Museum. Pharmaceutical Journal 12 (1): 11-16.
  61. Howard, J. E. 1854 Observations on some additional specimens of Peruvian barks presented to the Museum of the Pharmaceutical Society. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (2): 61-63.
  62. Howard, J. E. 1854 Observations on the specimens of Peruvian bark presented to the museum. Pharmaceutical Journal 13 (12): 671-672.
  63. Howard, J. E. 1855 On Copalche bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 14 (7): 319.
  64. Howard, J. E. 1856 On the tree producing red Cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal16 (4): 207-212.
  65. Howard, J. E. 1863 Cinchonine - its value in medicine. Pharmaceutical Journal 4 (12): 561-562.
  66. Howard, J. E. 1863 New features in the supply of Peruvian bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (6): 248-249.
  67. Howard, J. E. 1864 Note on the Root Bark of Chinchona calisaya. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (8): 342-345.
  68. Howard, J. E. 1864 On the red variety of Pitayo bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 6 (2): 48-50.
  69. Howard, J. E. 1864 Report on the bark and leaves of Chinchona succirubra grown in India. Pharmaceutical Journal 6 (2): 74-75.
  70. Howard, J. E. 1866 Observations on the present state of our knowledge of the genus Cinchona. Pharmaceutical Journal 8 (1): 11-16.
  71. Howard, J. E. 1867 Report of an analysis of the fifth remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal 8 (10): 592-595.
  72. Howard, J. E. 1867 Report of an analysis of the seventh remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal (November): 3-4.
  73. Howard, J. E. 1867 Report of an analysis of the seventh remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (5): 245-246.
  74. Howard, J. E. 1867 Report of an analysis of the sixth remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (November): 243-244.
  75. Howard, J. E. 1867 Report of an analysis of the sixth remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (5): 243-244.
  76. Howard, J. E. 1868 Report of an analysis of the eighth remittance of bark from India.Pharmaceutical Journal 10 (5): 317-320.
  77. Howard, J. E. 1870 Cinchona cultivation in Java. Pharmaceutical Journal 1 (23): 441-442.
  78. Howard, J. E. 1870 Reviews: The quinology of the East Indian plantations.Pharmaceutical Journal 11 (10): 656-658.
  79. Howard, J. E. 1871 Cinchona-trees grown in India. Pharmaceutical Journal (November 4): 361-363.
  80. Howard, J. E. 1872 Correspondence relative to Cinchona cultivation in India.Pharmaceutical Journal 2 (March 9): 724-727.
  81. Howard, J. E. 1873 The Cinchona plantations in Java. Pharmaceutical Journal (July 12): 21.
  82. Howard, J. E. 1873 The Cinchona plantations in Java. Pharmaceutical Journal (July 19): 41.
  83. Howard, J. E. 1874 Presumed hybrid between Cinchona calisaya and C. succirubra.Pharmaceutical Journal (4 July): 1-2.
  84. Howard, J. E. 1877 The supply of Cinchona bark as connected with the present price of quinine. Pharmaceutical Journal (September 15): 207-210.
  85. Howard, J. E. 1878 Analysis of barks brought by Mr. Cross. Pharmaceutical Journal(August 17): 140.
  86. Howard, J. E. 1878 The fast growing variety of CInchona called pubescens.Pharmaceutical Journal (April 20): 825.
  87. Howard, J. E. 1878 Note on the cinchona alkaloids. Pharmaceutical Journal (May 24): 972.
  88. Howard, J. E. 1879 East India home-made cinchona alkaloids. Pharmaceutical Journal(January 18): 611.
  89. Howard, J. E. 1880 The cultivation on Calisaya. Pharmaceutical Journal (Sept 18): 244-246.
  90. Howard, J. E. 1880 Origin of the Calisaya ledgeriana of commerce. Pharmaceutical Journal (March 13): 1-2.
  91. Howard, J. E. 1881 On red bark. Pharmaceutical Journal Third Series (591): 350-354.
  92. Howard, J. E. 1883 Brief note on Calisaya ledgeriana. Pharmaceutical Journal(September 1): 178-180.
  93. Howard, J. E. 1883 The effect of altitude on the alkaloid of red bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (June 9): 1013-1014.
  94. Howard, R. 1850 Quinidine. Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (January): 322.
  95. Howard, R. 1854 Manufacture and consumption of quinine in the United States.Pharmaceutical Journal 13 (12): 672-674.
  96. Kew Bulletin 1894 Cinchona cultivation in India. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 22): 525.
  97. King 1883 The government cinchona plantations at Darjeeling. Pharmaceutical Journal(September 29): 245-246.
  98. King, G. 1876 Fourteenth annual report of the government cinchona plantation in British Sikhim. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 30): 534-537.
  99. King, G. 1876 Fourteenth annual report of the government cinchona plantation in British-Sikhim. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 23): 512-513.
  100. Macmillan, J. L. 1878 Cinchona cultivation in Ceylon. Pharmaceutical Journal (April 20): 829-830.
  101. Markham, C. R. 1862 On the introduction of the Cinchona plant into India.Pharmaceutical Journal 3 (12): 611-618.
  102. Markham, C. R. 1862 On the introduction of the Cinchona plant into India.Pharmaceutical Journal 4 (1): 27-34.
  103. Markham, C. R. 1868 The Chinchona species of New Granada. Pharmaceutical Journal(April): 1-3.
  104. M’Ivor, W. G. 1866 Analysis of Chinchona bark and leaves, received June 21st, 1865.Pharmaceutical Journal 7 (8): 419-421.
  105. Nevins 1897 Introduction of the cinchona plant into India. Pharmaceutical Journal (Nov 13): 430-431.
  106. Paul 1880 A peculiar kind of cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (September 25): 259.
  107. Paul, B. H. 1883 Results of the analysis of samples of CInchona bark grown in Jamaica. Pharmaceutical Journal 671 (May 5): 897.
  108. Paul, B. H. 1884 Report on analyses of specimens of Cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical Journal (February 23): 666-667.
  109. Pereira, J. 1842 Introductory lecture on Materia Medica. Pharmaceutical Journal 1 (11): 565-580.
  110. Puttfarcken, A. 1851 On the ashes of cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal 11 (3): 129-132.
  111. Rabourdin 1851 On the testing of Cinchonas by means of chloroform. Pharmaceutical Journal 10 (8): 470-471.
  112. Reichel 1848 On a commercial cinchona bark, sold as yellow bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 8 (4): 192-193.
  113. Riegel, E. 1852 On the quantity of alkaloids contained in many cinchona barks.Pharmaceutical Journal 12 (5): 248-251.
  114. Schwartz, R. 1852 On yellow bark. Pharmaceutical Journal 12 (1): 17-22.
  115. Thwaites, G. H. K. 1864 Cinchona cultivation in Ceylon. Pharmaceutical Journal 5 (8): 515-516.
  116. Trimen 1882 The cultivation of cinchona in Ceylon. Pharmaceutical Journal (June 10): 1017-1018.
  117. Trimen 1883 The future of cinchona cultivation. Pharmaceutical Journal (December 15): 469-470.
  118. Uricoechea, E. 1854 On the Cinchona barks of New Granada. Pharmaceutical Journal13 (10): 470-471.
  119. van Gorkom, K. W. 1873 Cinchona cultivation in Java. Pharmaceutical Journal(November 1): 341.
  120. von Martius 1847 On the occurrence and geographical distribution of the genuine cinchona (Cinchona condaminea), and of other cinchona species in the neighbourhood of Loxa. Pharmaceutical Journal 7 (4): 184-191.
  121. von Martius 1847 On the occurrence and geographical distribution of the genuine cinchona (Cinchona condaminea), and of other cinchona species in the neighbourhood of Loxa. Pharmaceutical Journal 7 (2): 88-91.
  122. Weddell 1849 Table of commercial Cinchona barks. Pharmaceutical Journal 9 (5): 240-241.
  123. Wellcome, H. S. 1880 A visit to the native cinchona forests of South America.Pharmaceutical Journal (June 5): 980-982.
  124. Wellcome, H. S. 1880 A visit to the native cinchona forests of South America.Pharmaceutical Journal (June 12): 1000-1002.
  125. Wellcome, H. S. 1880 A visit to the native cinchona forests of South America.Pharmaceutical Journal (June 19): 1021-1022.
  126. Winckler, F. L. 1847 On quinoidine. Pharmaceutical Journal 7 (2): 76-79.
  127. Wood 1875 Manufacture of cinchona alkaloids in India. Pharmaceutical Journal(November 20): 411-412.
  128. Wood, C. H. 1878 On the progress of Cinchona cultivation and alkaloid production in Bengal. Pharmaceutical Journal (Feb 9): 1-4.
  129. Wood, C. H. 1878 The progress of Cinchona cultivation and alkaloid production in Bengal. Pharmaceutical Journal (February 9): 621-623.
  130. Wood, C. H. 1878 The progress of Cinchona cultivation and alkaloid production in Bengal. Pharmaceutical Journal (February 9): 638-641.
  131. Zimmer 1852 On the adulterations of sulphate of quinine and the means of detection.Pharmaceutical Journal 11 (9): 393-395.
  132. Zimmermann, A. 1905 Cinchona bark and quinine. Pharmaceutical Journal (August 26): 316-317.

Papers in the other journals

Botany, medicine and quinology

  1. Delhaes, L., F. Benoit-Vical, D. Camus, M. Capron and B. Meunier 2003 Chloroquine and artemisinin: six decades of research–what next? IDrugs 6 (7): 674-80.
  2. Gramiccia, G. 1987 Quinine: should the past be taken as a guidance for the future?Acta Leiden 55 15-20.
  3. Holland, J. L. 1932 Ledger bark and red bark. Kew Bulletin [Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information] 1932 (1): 1-17.
  4. Holmes, E. M. 188? Remarks on Cinchona ledgeriana as a species. Linnean Society’s Journal - Botany 21 374-380.
  5. Hooper, D. 1929 On the standardisation of Cinchona febrifuge. Quarterly Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2 (2): 186-188.
  6. Howard, B. F. and O. Chick 1920 Some recent samples of “grey” Cinchona bark.Chemist and Druggist (July 24): 82-84.
  7. Howard, J. E. 1869 On the cultivation of Cinchona in the East Indies. Journal of the Linnean Society. Botany 10 15-18.
  8. Howard, J. E. 1870 On the cultivation of Cinchona plants under glass in England. (January): 1-4.
  9. Kinsley-Scott, T. R. and S. A. Norton 2003 Useful plants of dermatology. VII: Cinchona and antimalarials. J Am Acad Dermatol 49 (3): 499-502.
  10. MacGilchrist, A. C. 1915 The relative therapeutic value in malaria of the cinchona alkaloids quinine, cinchonine, quinidine, cinchonidine and quinoidine, and the two derivatives, hydroquinine and ethylhydrocupreine. Indian Journal of Medical Research 3 1-53.
  11. McIvor, W. E. 1861 A brief account of the present state and prospects of Cinchona cultivation in India. Madras Quarterly Journal of Medical Science 107.
  12. Middeldorf, R. and W. Montigny 1951 [Examination of quinine for accessory Cinchona alkaloids.]. Pharmazie 6 (3): 94-8.
  13. Mukherjee, S. 1951 The present status of anti-malarial drugs and the future of cinchona in India. J Indian Med Assoc 20 (4): 137-40.
  14. Raffauf, R. F., P. W. Le Quesne and P. C. Ghosh 1978 Antitumor Plants. V. Constituents of Cinchona pubescens. Lloydia 41 (5): 432-4.
  15. Scheindlin, S. 2005 Antimalarials: shortages and searches. Mol Interv 5 (5): 268-72.
  16. Smit, E. H. 1987 Quinine is not what it used to be. Acta Leiden 55 21-7.
  17. Tschirch, A. 1901 Die Chinologen des XIX. Jahrhunderts. Pharmazeutische Post (1-4): 1-22.
  18. von Gizycki, F. 1951 [Native cinchona substitutes.]. Pharmazie 6 (6): 280-6.