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In this issue Green Processing and Synthesis  2017 | Volume 6 | Issue 5In this issueRajeev Kumar, Priyanka Sharma,Aditi Bamal, Sushma Negi and SavitaChaudharyA safe, efficient and environmentfriendly biosynthesis of silvernanoparticles using Leucaena­leucocephala seed extract and itsantioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal activities and potential insensingDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0146Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 449–459Alireza Ebrahiminezhad, Alireza ZareHoseinabadi, Aydin Berenjian andYounes GhasemiGreen synthesis and characterization of zero-valent iron nanoparticlesusing stinging nettle (Urtica dioica)leaf extractDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0133Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 469–475Zahra Abbasi, Sholeh Feizi, ElhamTaghipour and Parinaz GhadamGreen synthesis of silver­nanoparticles using aqueous extractof dried Juglans regia green huskand examination of its biologicalpropertiesDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0108Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 477–485Original article: Biosynthesis ofAgNPs by reduction of aqueoussilver nitrate (AgNO3) wasdemostrated using aqueousLeucaena leucocephala seed extract;the method provides a new, costeffective, non-toxic, and greenreducing agent for the synthesis ofAg-NPs.Keywords: bioreduction; DPPH;Escherichia coli; Echinodontiumtaxodii; Leucaena leucocephala;Phlebiopsis gigantea; sensing;silver nanoparticles; Staphylococcusaureus.Original article: For the first time,common nettle was used as a naturalsource of reducing and coatingagents to synthesize zero-valent ironnanoparticles.Keywords: biologic coating;bioreduction; biosynthesis; commonnettle; Fe nanoparticles.Original article: Biosynthesis ofsilver nanoparticles was conductedby using aqueous extract of driedJuglans regia green husk.Keywords: antibacterial activity;anticoagulation activity; antioxidantactivity; Juglans regia; silvernanoparticles.Biologic coatingFe(III)INPsCommon nettleGreen Processing and Synthesis Song Cheng, Libo Zhang, HongyingXia and Jinhui PengCharacterization and adsorptionproperties of La and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Green Processing and Synthesis de Gruyter

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Green Processing and Synthesis  2017 | Volume 6 | Issue 5In this issueRajeev Kumar, Priyanka Sharma,Aditi Bamal, Sushma Negi and SavitaChaudharyA safe, efficient and environmentfriendly biosynthesis of silvernanoparticles using Leucaena­leucocephala seed extract and itsantioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal activities and potential insensingDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0146Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 449–459Alireza Ebrahiminezhad, Alireza ZareHoseinabadi, Aydin Berenjian andYounes GhasemiGreen synthesis and characterization of zero-valent iron nanoparticlesusing stinging nettle (Urtica dioica)leaf extractDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0133Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 469–475Zahra Abbasi, Sholeh Feizi, ElhamTaghipour and Parinaz GhadamGreen synthesis of silver­nanoparticles using aqueous extractof dried Juglans regia green huskand examination of its biologicalpropertiesDOI 10.1515/gps-2016-0108Green Process Synth 2017; 6: 477–485Original article: Biosynthesis ofAgNPs by reduction of aqueoussilver nitrate (AgNO3) wasdemostrated using aqueousLeucaena leucocephala seed extract;the method provides a new, costeffective, non-toxic, and greenreducing agent for the synthesis ofAg-NPs.Keywords: bioreduction; DPPH;Escherichia coli; Echinodontiumtaxodii; Leucaena leucocephala;Phlebiopsis gigantea; sensing;silver nanoparticles; Staphylococcusaureus.Original article: For the first time,common nettle was used as a naturalsource of reducing and coatingagents to synthesize zero-valent ironnanoparticles.Keywords: biologic coating;bioreduction; biosynthesis; commonnettle; Fe nanoparticles.Original article: Biosynthesis ofsilver nanoparticles was conductedby using aqueous extract of driedJuglans regia green husk.Keywords: antibacterial activity;anticoagulation activity; antioxidantactivity; Juglans regia; silvernanoparticles.Biologic coatingFe(III)INPsCommon nettleGreen Processing and Synthesis Song Cheng, Libo Zhang, HongyingXia and Jinhui PengCharacterization and adsorptionproperties of La and

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