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    advantages over traditional chemical methods: research indicates they are not harmful to humans or animals, insects don't become resistant to them, neem extracts do not accumulate in the environment, and they also spare beneficial insects like butterflies and ladybugs. Most importantly development in recent...
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  • Antioxidant Activity of Mangrove
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE………………………………...17 3. MATERIALS AND METHODS FOLLOWED……………..24 3.1 Collections of plant samples 3.2 Preparation of the plant extract 3.3 Phytochemical analysis 3.3.1 Saponins 3.3.2 Carbohydrates 3.3.3 Tanin 3.3.4 Flavonoid 3.3.5 Steroids 3.3.6 Terpenoids 3.3.7 Glycosides ...
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  • Ampalaya
    contains strerols that protect the body against infections by boosting the immune system. Luyang Dilaw, on the other hand, lower cholesterol and has anti-oxidant. This herb is reported to protect the liver and helps maintain liver function. Ampalaya Plus can help you in diabetes, weight control, cholesterol...
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  • Why Is Chemistry Important?
    ANTI-FERTILITY ACTIVITY OF NEEM (Azadirachta Indica) on Rodents _________________________ Investigatory Project _________________________ ANDREA MARCEL B. DAVID MONICA MAE D. DIZON TIMOTHY D. GUINTU INTRODUCTION Importance of the study The rapid increase in the...
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  • AP for student for grade 8
    researchers aim to prove the effectiveness of ethanolic extract of talahib on spermatocyte proliferation in male rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus). The leaves of talahib will be used in this experiment. The researchers will also conduct phytochemical screening for the determination of the different chemical constituents...
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  • Wound healing activity of TawaTawa
    observed after 24 hrs. Thus, this justifies the traditional use of the plant as decoction treatment for various ailments. Various concentrations of crude extracts diluted in distilled water were also tested for comparison purposes but it yielded the same results as the decoction procedure. Since, the results...
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  • Herbal Medicine
    reddish-yellow with an intense odor and taste of lemons. Carminative, tonic, stimulant, diuretic, purgative, sudorific. Leaves considered antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and sedative. Parts utilized Leaves Uses Folkloric · Diarrhea: Boil 10 leaves in 2 glasses of water for 10 minutes; add a tablespoon...
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  • Chemical
    ethanol, 70% ethanol and methanol, by using Soxhlet extractor (60-800C). The methanol and 70% ethanol extract was then concentrated with the help of rotary evaporator under reduced pressure, and the solid extract was stored in refrigerator for further use. A) In vitro studies DPPH radical scavenging activity:...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Hypoglycemic Activity of Camias (Averrhoa Bilimbi L.), Guava (Psidium Guajava L.) and Macopa (Syzygium Samarangense) Leaf Extracts in Glucose-Treated Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)
    synthetic human insulin have suffered hyperglycemic episodes, coma and injuries. (Brown, 1999) In archaic journals, 800 plants were reported to have anti-diabetes properties while survey says that more than 1200 plants were used for hypoglycemic activity. (Kesari et al., 2007) Moreover, studies suggest...
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  • Personality Reflection
    is a climbing vine and the tendrils of which grow up to 20 centimeters long. This herbal plant belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae, and it is a tropical as well as a subtropical vine. Ampalaya leaves are heart-shaped, which are 5 to 10 centimeters in diameter. The fruits of the ampalaya vine are fleshy...
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  • bungol
    yields less than 30, mainly due to poor cultural practices.[7] In recent years, improvements in cultivation practices and breeding have produced coconut trees that can yield more Saturated fat 30 g "Saturated" in this context refers to the number hydrogen bonds in the fatty acid molecule -- in the case of...
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  • Ethno-Botanical Survey of Sawai Madhopur
    Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacy www.jbclinpharm.com Phytochemical Screening and Toxicity Studies on the Leaves of Capparis sepiaria Linn. (Capparidaceae) P. Rajesh1*, S. Latha2, P. Selvamani2, V. Rajesh Kannan1 1) Department of Microbiology, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli-620024...
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  • Essay
    roads and trails in fallow, rice paddies, etc. - Widely planted as a shade tree. - In some places, spontaneous. - Introduced here about 1860 from tropical America. - Now pantropic in cultivation. Constituents · Saponin-like alkaloid pithecolobin has been isolated from the bark and the seed.  · Alkaloids...
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  • Mr Llool
    medicinal properties reported are anti-diabetic, anti-periodic, anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, anti-oxidant, anti-allergic, anti-stress, anti-leprotic, anti-malarial, hepatoprotective, immunomodulatory and anti-neoplastic activities. Anti-diabetic anti-oxidant alternative medicine phytochemistry ...
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  • Investigating the Effect of a Local Herb- P. Amarus (Schum. and Thonn.) on Entero-Pathogenic Staphylococcus Aureus and Escherichia Coli.
    1 International Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health Volume 1, Issue 1, 2011 Crosshouse books Original Research Paper INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF A LOCAL HERB- P. AMARUS (SCHUM. AND THONN.) ON ENTEROPATHOGENIC STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND ESCHERICHIA COLI. BY ETTA, Hannah Edim, ELOMA, Nnanke...
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  • Wild Sunflower Its Microbial Activity
    and some other endogenous metabolites, which are rich in antioxidant activity (Cai et al., 2003). And many of the antioxidant compounds possess anti-flammatory, antitumor, antimutagenic, anticarcinogenic, antibacterial, or antiviral activities (Owen et al.,2000; Sala et al., 2002). In Bukidnon...
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    Applied Sciences 5 (1): 01-06, 2013 ISSN 2079-2077 © IDOSI Publications, 2013 DOI: 10.5829/idosi.ejas.2013.5.1.65127 Preliminary Phytochemical Screening of Eight Selected Medicinal Herbs Used for the Treatment of Diabetes, Malaria and Pneumonia in Kisii Region, Southwest Kenya 1 Moses A.G. Maobe...
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  • Cancer
    involve clastogenesis, the reverse is not always true - not all clastogens produce gene mutations. Examples of known human clastogens include certain anti-cancer drugs, benzene, ethylene oxide and inorganic arsenic, X-ray and ultraviolet radiation can also be considered clastogens. Clastogenesis is any...
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  • Antimicrobial Activity of the Phytochemical Constituents of Chrysophyllum Albidum G.Don Holl. (African Star Apple) Plant
    ethno-medicine, photochemical constituents. Introduction The Chrysophyllum albidium G.Don_Holl.( Sapotaceae) tree is common throughout the tropical Central, East and West Africa regions for its sweet edible fruits and various ethno-medical uses (Dalziel,1937,Amusa et al.,2003). Chrysophyllum albidum...
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  • Momordica Charantia Linn's extract as a Prophylactic medicine for Gram-Negative Escherechia Coli
    charantia L. Extract as a Prophylactic Medicine for Gram-Negative Bacteria Escherichia coli Proponents: John Rovic P. Ngo Lester T. Almarez Trisha Mae N. Reyes August 2013 In Partial Fullfillment of the Requirements in Research II-B Momordica charantia L. Extract as a Prophylactic...
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