Viri in literatura

Uporabljeni viri in literatura
  1. Jean H. Langenheim. (2003). Plant resins – Chemistry, evolution, ecology, ethnobotany.
  2. Grimaldi, D. A. (1996) Amber - Window to the past. Am. Museum of Natural History, New York.
  3. Weitschat W., Wichard W.. (1998) Atlas der Pflanzen und Tiere im Baltischen Bernstein. München: Pfeil.
  4. Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ, Sipponen P, Papp A, Sarna S, Lohi J. (2008) Beneficial effect of resin salve in treatment of severe pressure ulcers: a prospective, randomized and controlled multi-center trial.British Journal of Dermatology 1055-62.
  5. Sipponen A, Rautio M, Jokinen JJ, Laakso T, Saranpä P, Lohi J. (2007) Resin salve from Norway spruce – a potential method to treat infected chronic skin ulcers? Drug Metabolism Letters 143-5.
  6. Rautio M, Sipponen A, Peltola R, Lohi J, Jokinen JJ, Papp A, Carlson P, Siponen P. (2007) Antibacterial effects of home-made resin salve from Norway spruce (Picea abies). APMIS 335-40.
  7. Sipponen A, Jokinen JJ, Lohi J. (2007) Resin salve from the Norwegian spruce tree: a "novel" method for the treatment of chronic wounds.Journal of Wound Care 72-74
  8. Duke, J.A., Wain, K.K.. (1981) Medicinal plants of the world.Computer index with more than 85,000 entries. 3 vol.
  9. Erichsen-Brown, C. (1989)Medicinal and other uses of North American plants: a historical survey with special reference to the eastern Indian tribesCourier Dover Publications.
  10. Ašič, S. (1987-1995)Pomoč iz domače lekarne.Ljubljana. 4 vol
  11. V. Kalaba, D. Đurđević Milošević, Ž. Marjanović Balaban. 2009. Antibakterijsko dejstvo eteričnog ulja smrče (picea abies) na različitim mikrobiološkim podlogama.
  12. Rautio M at al. 2011. In vitro fungistatic effects of natural coniferous resin from Norway spruce (Picea abies)