Ruta chalepensis L. (Rutaceae) leaf extract: chemical composition, antioxidant and hypoglicaemic activities Article (PDF Available) in Natural product research 32(5):521-528 · March 2018 with 333
Evaluate the acute and chronic toxicity of Ruta Chalepensis aerial part aqueous extract used in folk medicine in Iraq in Albino Wistar male and female rats.
2.2. Soxhlet Extraction Process Ruta chalepensis oil was then extracted by Soxhlet apparatus. The work focused on the effect of these parameters, temperature, extraction time, and solid to solvent ratio (SSR) on the yield of the Ruta chalepensis crude oil. Extraction was carried out by Soxhlet apparatus . Different
Investigation and Modeling of Extraction Parameters of Ruta chalepensis L. Essential Oil Article (PDF Available) in Journal of essential oil-bearing plants JEOP 15(0976-5026) · January 2012 with
The essential oil from Ruta chalepensis L. growing in Turkey contains 66.5 %Undecan-2-one, and that from Ruta Montana L. even 84.2 %. Chinese Ruta graveolens L. contains 67.0 % of this ketone.
the extract (1000, 100, 10, and 1 μg/ml) were prepared by resuspending the dried extract in methanol. Other same concentrations were resuspended in sterile distilled water ( aqueous). Assessment of Antimicrobial Activity of Onion Extract (Allium cepa) on Staphylococcus aureus; in vitro study Mohamed Eltaweel . S
An ethanolic extract of the aerial parts of Ruta chalepensis was studied for its anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic and CNS depressant activities. The extract produced a significant inhibition of carrageenaninduced paw oedema and cotton pellet granuloma in rats.
Steam Distillation Modeling for Essential Oil Extraction Process Article in Industrial Crops and Products 29(1):171-176 · January 2009 with 3,541 Reads How we measure 'reads'
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Motivated by the volumes of research articles published on plant extracts as metals corrosion inhibitor in the recent years, precisely between 2013–2018, we deemed it necessary to carry out a critical review so as to provide an update-to-date information, identify the research gap, and propose the future direction on this area of research.
gotta read people.. co2 extraction. no solvents!! unless you make your own at home so you KNOW the solvents are boiled out of the oil ….all of it Josh Interesting selection of articles, and I
This review article is an amalgamation of all research registered in Scopus till 2018 pertaining to extraction of essential oil using microwave hydrodiffusion and gravity. The technique is a solvent free extraction method based on puncturing of oil glands and subsequent drainage of oil by the action of gravity.
As Heterotermes indicola (Wasmann) is known to cause considerable damage to wood work in buildings. Efficacy of extracts of Foeniculum vulgare and Ocimum basilicum was studied against this termite. Chemical composition of plant extracts by chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) revealed five different compounds in F. vulgare: Piperidine, 3-isopropyl, Bicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one, 1,3,3
Arnica oil, yarrow, oil, castor oil, ginger oil,· camphor oil for rubbing on the area. To make an oil pack, put 2 tablespoons of each oil in a pan. Heat the oil slowly, pour water on top ofthe oil (to prevent evaporation); heat until oil simmers. Pour offwater, then dip flannel cloth in oil. Use enough cloth to wrap affected parts.
Buchu leaves (Agathosma betulina) The evidence for this herbal ingredient is the same as for hibiscus above – Dr. Dukes List of Plants for Tinnitus (click to download PDF). Buchu leaves are listed, but that's all we see. There is no evidence for it helping ringing in the ears, no dosing instructions or anything else.
IJRDO-Journal of Educational Research, 2(2). 203-216. Comparative study of the mechanical properties of medium carbon steel quenched in marula oil and SAE40 engine oil: 3rd Annual Science Research Conference, University of Namibia, November 18-19, 2015. Extraction and Antimicrobial activities of Essential Oils from Namibian Aromatic
It has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties and is used in cold sore creams, as a remedy for malaria, to help with fevers, and has been shown to complement antibiotics.. In a study looking at the combined effect of antibiotics, essential oils and extracts from Eucalyptus globulus, healing was improved by 55%, when compared to using the antibiotic alone.
indicated that false pepper leaf extract has an antibiotic effect against Agrobacterium tumefaciens both in vitro and in vivo, The fruits can contain up to 5% of essential oil and leaves can contain up to 2%. A recent Researches done on S. terebinthifolius were made mainly in medicine. Recently, Gundidza et al.
The quality of research done at these facilities relies on the ability of the facility managers to engage specific challenges, and to bridge the gap between communal and specific needs, as well as the need to identify novel trends and foresee future directions that may be relevant to the core users.
Leaf-cutting ants from Atta and Acromyrmex (Figure 1) are widely distributed. They occur throughout the American continent, from the Southern United States (Gonçalves, 1961; Weber, 1970) going through Central America (except for some islands of the Antilles) (Mariconi, 1970; Weber, 1972; Della Lucia et al., 1993)
International Society of Organic Agriculture Research (ISOFAR), c/o IOL, DE-Bonn, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, CH-Frick. [Unpublished] He, Chen ; Marley, Elin and Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg (Eds.) (2008) The iPOPY Young Researchers Workshop on Organic and Healthy Foods in Schools - Methods and Early Results. .
Download PDF . 69 downloads 130 Views 3MB North Ethiopia Extraction of Eucalyptus oil for MU community Table 2. List of Community Service and KTT projects funded by MU recurrent budget. and Community Service Council of the CLG is vested with the function and responsibility of regulating and supervising research activities done at the
In terms of product quality and food safety biological and chemical activities must be brought under control and this is usually provided by traditional thermal processing. To provide thermal processes, enzymatic and microbiological inactivations in food are the most basic methods that are used. However, the height of the applied temperature has a negative impact on important parameters, which
Publication date: 25 February 2020Source: Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Volume 82Author(s): Achinta Bera, Jatin Agarwal, Maunish Shah, Subhash Shah, Rakesh Kumar VijAbstractThe oil industry is in search of the stable chemicals that can be applied in drilling, stimulation, enhanced oil recovery at high temperature and high salinity reservoirs, unconventional heavy oil
Bamboo has been utilized in furniture production and pulp and paper making, as a fuel (charcoal, oil, gas produced through pyrolysis), and the ﬁbers are used for textile making, and other ranges of products like chopsticks and table wears, also to medicinal health care products (Xaing, 2010). Bamboo has been chosen to be used as a raw
Johanna, Flax Oil as a True Aid Against Arthritis, Heart Infarction, Cancer, and Other Diseases, 1992, pages 5-59. The Budwig flaxseed oil and cottage cheese like the TRICAN program is not about ‘killing’. cancer or destroying but restoring the natural function of the cells and causing natural cancer remission.
Number of eprints: 1370. IFOAM, BUGDAY ASSOCIATION for Supporting Ecological Living (2013) 18th IFOAM ORGANIC WORLD CONGRESS. . Online at https://www.owc2014.org
This feed contains the latest items from the 'Journal of Food Safety' source. Journal of Food Safety via MedWorm.com This study aimed to addAllium sativum (A. sativum) andBunium persicum (B. persicum) essential oils (EOs) at four concentrations including 0 (control), 0.1, 1, and 2%, as effective antimicrobial agents to monitor changes in the
Besides yielding wholesome oil, branded as ‘Heart Oil’, it yields other valuable by-products like linters, hulls and cottonseed extraction. However, a fairly large portion of oil and almost the entire quantity of by-products like linters, hulls are lost due to processing of cottonseed through the traditional method.
Crude fruit, leaf and endophytic extracts of bitter gourd cooperated with antibiotics; streptomycin and tetracycline against four bacteria. The antimicrobial activity of bitter gourds extract with two antibiotics was tested against Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus aureus.
Sub-acute intoxication by Senna occidentalis seeds in rats. Of the six collected, Terminalia sericea, Senna petersiana and Anredera cordifolia were also investigated for cytotoxicity. The phytochemical studies on Senna petersiana resulted in the isolation of luteolin, which also showed antimicrobial activity.
In: Bhullar, Gurbir S. and Bhullar, Navreet K. (Eds.) Agricultural Sustainability - Progress and Prospects in Crop Research. Elsevier (Academic Press), London, Waltham, San Diego, chapter 1, pp. 3-20. Bàrberi, Paolo (2013) Is agroecology the most sustainable approach for all organic farming systems?