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Journal Articles Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine Year : 2023

A survey on the potential contribution of Reunion Island dye plant species diversity to the market demand for bioactive plant-based dyes and pigments

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Background Proven toxicity and environmental burdens caused by artificial dyes have motivated dyeing industries to turn to natural alternatives. Plant-based dyestuffs are an interesting group of alternative crops. Reunion Island located in the Indian Ocean is the only European region in the southern hemisphere. It has a great number of assets to find new molecules in the abundant plant biodiversity. However, the dye-producing plants diversity in this island had not been documented to date. supporting reforestation schemes. Additional researches are in progress to evaluate the safety of these plant-based colored extracts, their chemical composition and biological activities.
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hal-04458781 , version 1 (15-02-2024)

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Mahery Andriamanantena, Shamsia Pithon, Manon Dijoux, Marine Hoareau, Christian Fontaine, et al.. A survey on the potential contribution of Reunion Island dye plant species diversity to the market demand for bioactive plant-based dyes and pigments. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 2023, 19 (1), pp.8. ⟨10.1186/s13002-023-00580-w⟩. ⟨hal-04458781⟩
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