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Pharmacological Screening Of Some Brazilian Plants

Pharmacological screening of some Brazilian plants BARROS GLAUCE S G MATOS F J A VIEIRA J E V SOUSA MIRIAN P MEDEIROS MARY C 19700201 000000 Forty‐five species of plants from several botanical families growing in North East Brazil have been examined for toxicity on mice and small fishes cat blood pressure and respiration isolated toad heart and rectus abdominis

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  • Pharmacological screening of some Brazilian plants

    Pharmacological screening of some Brazilian plants

    Pharmacological screening of some Brazilian plants Barros GS Matos FJ Vieira JE Sousa MP Medeiros MC

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  • Screening of Some Plants Used in the Brazilian Folk

    Screening of Some Plants Used in the Brazilian Folk

    medicinal plant species from the Brazilian savanna for molluscicidal activity toxicity to brine shrimp antifungal activity and antibacterial activity In this study 42 species afforded extracts that showed some degree of activity in one or more of these bioassays Plants which have been used as

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  • Screening of some plants used in the Brazilian folk

    Screening of some plants used in the Brazilian folk

    Pharmacological studies done with essential oils from 15 species of aromatic plants obtained in Northeast of Brazil have shown activity coherent with the use of these plants in folk medicine These studies have dealt with the effect of these oils on muscle contraction and with their antispasmodic analgesic antiinflammatory anticonvulsant and antibacterial activity LealCardoso Fonteles 1999

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  • Pharmacological screening of Brazilian plants

    Pharmacological screening of Brazilian plants

    Pharmacological screening of Brazilian plants Article in Portuguese Carlini EA PMID 4651868 PubMed indexed for MEDLINE MeSH Terms Animals Anura Brazil Guinea Pigs Mice Pharmacognosy Plant Extractspharmacology Plant Extractstoxicity Plants Medicinalclassification Rabbits Rats Substances Plant Extracts

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  • PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS P C Feng University College of the West Indies Kingston 7 Jamaica J E V VIEIRA MIRIAN P SOUSA and MARY C MEDEIROS Pharmacological screening of some Brazilian plants Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 22 2 116122 2011 Wiley Online Library

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  • Screening of some plants used in the Brazilian folk

    Screening of some plants used in the Brazilian folk

    Pharmacological studies done with essential oils from 15 species of aromatic plants obtained in Northeast of Brazil have shown activity coherent with the use of these plants in folk medicine These studies have dealt with the effect of these oils on muscle contraction and with their antispasmodic analgesic antiinflammatory anticonvulsant and antibacterial activity LealCardoso Fonteles 1999

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  • Medicinal Plants Used as Antitumor Agents in Brazil An

    Medicinal Plants Used as Antitumor Agents in Brazil An

    Mar 08 2011 · Brasileiro BG Pizziolo VR Soares Raslan D Mashrouah Jamal C Silveira D Antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities screening of some Brazilian medicinal plants used in Governador Valadares district Revista Brasileira de Ciencias FarmaceuticasBrazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2006 42 2195–202

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  • PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS AS ANTIMICROBIAL AND FEED ADDITIVES Mohan Thakare Thesis submitted to the faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Animal and Poultry Sciences Pharmacology D M Denbow Chair

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  • SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    The Island of Santa Catarina in Southern Brazil was colonized in the XVII century by Acorians The influence of African slaves in local culture was also very strong and more recently the migration from rural areas to the cities brought new habits and also exotic medicinal plants to the island Freire 1996

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  • PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    A systematic pharmacological examination has been made of 55 Jamaican plants most of which have a local reputation as medicinals A number of interesting but no outstanding activities were observed The results are tabulated

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  • PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME INDIAN

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME INDIAN

    pharmacological screening of some indian medicinal plants submitted for the award of doctor of philosophy degree in pharmaceutical sciences by dharmendra kumar reg no suspsphdft0827 under the supervision of prof dr ranjit singh director school of pharmaceutical sciences school of pharmaceutical sciences

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  • Medicinal plants in Brazil Pharmacological studies drug

    Medicinal plants in Brazil Pharmacological studies drug

    The section I describes the Brazilian large biodiversity and some attempts of Brazilian scientists to assess the pharmacological profile of most plant extracts or isolated active principles Of note Brazilian scientists have made a great effort to study the Brazilian biodiversity especially among the higher plants

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  • Screening Plants for New Medicines  Biodiversity  NCBI

    Screening Plants for New Medicines Biodiversity NCBI

    In January 1958 Svoboda submitted an extract of the Madagascan periwinkle plant Catharanthus roseus L G Don to a pharmacological screening program at Lilly Farnsworth 1982 This was the fortieth plant that he selected for inclusion in the program

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  • Levels of Tannins and Flavonoids in Medicinal Plants

    Levels of Tannins and Flavonoids in Medicinal Plants

    Sep 29 2011 · There are several species of plants used by traditional communities in the Brazilian semiarid An approach used in the search for natural substances that possess therapeutic value is ethnobotany or ethnopharmacology Active substances that have phenolic groups in their structure have great pharmacological potential

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  • Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora

    Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora

    Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora species Lachimanan Yoga Latha 1 Ibrahim Darah 1 Kassim Jain 2 and Sreenivasan Sasidharan 3 1 School of Biological Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia USM 11800 Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • Stachytarpheta jamaicensis L Vahl From Traditional

    Stachytarpheta jamaicensis L Vahl From Traditional

    Jan 26 2016 · Introduction Stachytarpheta jamaicensis L Vahl belongs to the family of Verbenaceae and is commonly known as Gervao Brazilian tea verbena cimarrona rooter comb or blue porter weed It is one of the important plants with high medicinal and nutraceutical benefits S jamaicensis contains various medicinal properties in traditional and folk medicinal systems with cures for several diseases

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  • Database Survey of AntiInflammatory Plants in South

    Database Survey of AntiInflammatory Plants in South

    Pharmacologic study of some plant species from the Brazilian Northeast Calotropis procera Agava sisalana Solanum paludosum Dioscorea cayenensis and Crotalaria retusa In

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  • PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN   DeepDyve

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN DeepDyve

    PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME WEST INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS Feng P C Haynes L J Magnus K E Plimmer J R Sherratt H S A 19620901 000000 A systematic pharmacological examination has been made of 55 Jamaican plants most of which have a local

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  • Assessment of some Herbal Drugs for   PubMed Central PMC

    Assessment of some Herbal Drugs for PubMed Central PMC

    Effectiveness of other plant resources as cabbage in improving peptic ulcers have been reported 1820 The aim of the present study is the assessment of antiulcerogenic andor gastroprotective effects of some of herbal extracts currently used in Egyptian folk medicine for some of GIT disorders

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  • Screening of Brazilian medicinal plants for antiviral activity

    Screening of Brazilian medicinal plants for antiviral activity

    AIM OF THE STUDY To investigate whether leaf extracts of 14 medicinal plants traditionally used for the treatment of diarrhoea show in vitro antiviral activity against the simian rotavirus SA11 MATERIALS AND METHODS The ethanolic crude extracts of plants collected in the cerrado of Minas Gerais Brazil were submitted to phytochemical screening

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  • SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH

    SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH

    ISHS II WOCMAP Congress Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Part 3 Agricultural Production Post Harvest Techniques Biotechnology SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH THE BRINE SHRIMP ASSAY

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  • SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS

    ISHS II WOCMAP Congress Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Part 2 Pharmacognosy Pharmacology Phytomedicine Toxicology SCREENING OF SOME BRAZILIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH THE BRINE SHRIMP ASSAY

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  • The antibiotic activity of some Brazilian medicinal plants

    The antibiotic activity of some Brazilian medicinal plants

    The present paper deals with the screening of plants from Brazilian folk medicine for antimicrobial activity Only plants with documented uses related to their antimicrobial activities were selected Some of the assayed species are already grown as commercial fruit crops whilst others are wellknown ornamental plants

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  • Further pharmacological screening of some West Indian

    Further pharmacological screening of some West Indian

    Tabulated results are presented for the systematic pharmacological examination of a further 61 Jamaican medicinal plants Further pharmacological screening of some West Indian medicinal plants FENG 1964 Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Wiley Online Library

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  • The antibacterial screening of some common ornamental plants

    The antibacterial screening of some common ornamental plants

    The freezedried powders methanol extracts and the marcs of various parts of 57 ornamental plants were tested againstStaphylococcus aureus Escherichia coli Proteus vulgaris andPseudomonas aeruginosa using the tube dilution and plate diffusion methods 2 Nineteen plants showed activity against at least one of the test organisms

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  • Pharmacological screening of plants recommended by folk

    Pharmacological screening of plants recommended by folk

    Pharmacological screening of plants recommended by folk medicine as antisnake venom I Analgesic and antiinflammatory activities Bettina M Ruppelt 1 Edna F R Pereira 1

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  • Antimicrobial activity of medicinal plants of the Caatinga

    Antimicrobial activity of medicinal plants of the Caatinga

    Antimicrobial activity of plants of the Caatinga NE Brazil the plants leaf fruit and brunch and roots were tested various parts of the plants eg leaf root

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  • Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora

    Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora

    149 Document heading Pharmacological screening of methanolic extract of Ixora species Lachimanan Yoga Latha 1 Ibrahim Darah 1 Kassim Jain 2 Sreenivasan Sasidharan 3 1 School of Biological Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia USM 11800 Pulau Pinang Malaysia 2 School of Chemical Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia USM 11800 Pulau Pinang Malaysia 3 Institutes for Research in

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  • SCREENING PLANTS FOR NEW MEDICINES  CIESIN

    SCREENING PLANTS FOR NEW MEDICINES CIESIN

    In January 1958 Svoboda submitted an extract of the Madagascan periwinkle plant Catharanthus roseus L G Don to a pharmacological screening program at Lilly Farnsworth 1982 This was the fortieth plant that he selected for inclusion in the program

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