Proceedings of the Seventh Southeast Asian regional seminar on Tropical Medicine and Public Health, Infectious Diseases of the Gastrointestinal System in Southeast Asia and the Far East : 28 September - 2 October 1970, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China / ed. by John H. Cross.
- Cross, John H.
Oenothera macrocarpa Nutt. Onagraceae. Ozark Sundrops, Bigfruit Evening Primrose. Formerly O. missouriensis. Distribution: South central USA. O. macrocarpa does not appear to have been used medicinally, but other species are so used. Austin (2004) records that O. biennis (Evening Primrose) was used by Native Americans as a potherb in West Virginia. Leaves as salad, roots boiled like potato also infusion to treat obesity and relieve piles (Cherokee)
- Dr Henry Oakeley
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Gastrointestinal infections in Southeast Asia III : food hygiene in the problem of gastrointestinal infections proceedings of the fifth SEAMIC seminar at the Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory of Public Health, Tokyo, February 8-18, 1978 / editor in chief, Hideo Fukumi.
- SEAMIC Seminar on Food Hygiene in the Problem of Gastrointestinal Infections (1978 : Tokyo, Japan)