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Leaves are simple, ovate to oblong in shape, 10 x 5 cm with an acute apex. Flowers are solitary and large. Sepals and petals are fleshy whereas stamens and pistils are small and numerous. Fruit is of apple’s size and is Biosistematik species Annona muricata Annona squamosa dan Annona reticulata dengan pendekatan alkaloid. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available This research aimed to explore kinship Annona muricata, Annona squamosa and Annona reticulata on the basis alkaloid content.
Study phenotype Annona muricata, Annona squamosa and Annona reticulata based alkaloid content. Data alkaloid obtained are thenprocessed by a computer program SPSS version The results of this study indicate that the presence of variations in the characterof the three types of Annona of species alkaloid.
From the data analysis it can be seen that there are differences in the variations that occur in Annona muricata, Annona squamosa and Annona reticulata by different habitats and is a variation of phenotypic variation. Dendrogram grouping results suggest that Annona squamosa and Annona reticulata fenetic ties closer, so clumped into one large group while Annona muricata split away from the other groups.
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Lipids and Triterpenes from Mar. Crassifolia growing in Nioos. The hexane fraction obtained from the total alcohol extract of the aerial parts of Maerua Crassifolia Frossk grown in Egypt upon repeated column chromatography afforded one new compound identified as 1, 23 dimethoxy tricosaone 1along with six known compounds identified as long chain hydrocarbon triacontane 2ceryl alcohol 3lupeol palmitate 4b-sitosterol palmitate 5lupeol acetate 6 and alpha-amyrin 7.
The identification of the isolated compounds was carried out enn different physical, chemical and spectral methods and chromatography with authentic samples. Four alkaloids from Annona cherimola.
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Four alkaloids, annocherine A, annocherine B, cherianoine, and romucosine H, along with one known alkaloid, artabonatine B, were isolated from the MeOH extract of the stems of Annona cherimola. Their structures were identified on the basis of both analysis of their spectral data and from chemical evidence.
Potentiation of antibiotic activity by Djsenteria uniflora and Eugenia jambolanum. This disenteriia the first report about the modifying antibiotic activity of Eugenia uniflora L. In this study the ethanol extract of E. The growth of the two strains of E. Synergism between this extract and gentamicin was demonstrated.
In the same extract synergism was observed between chlorpromazine and kanamycin and diisenteria amikacin and tobramycin, indicating the involvement of an efflux system in the resistance to these aminoglycosides.
It is therefore suggested that extracts from E. Mutagenicity and antimutagenicity of Salacia crassifolia mart. Its leaves, stem, seeds and fruits are popularly used for several medicinal purposes, such as antitumoral, antirheumatic, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. In this study, the mutagenic and antimutagenic activities of S.
By the obtained results, all S. Crude extracts and the triterpenes were tested against Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia and Trichomonas vaginalis and no activity was observed under the in vitro assay conditions. The hexane, chloroform, ethyl acetate and ethanol crude extracts, and the constituent 3,4-seco-friedelanoic acid and 28,dihydroxyfriedelanone showed in vitro antimicrobial activity against Salmonella typhimurium, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus, Listeria monocytogenes, Streptococcus sanguinis and Candida albicans.
Plants from Annona Annonaceae genus are present in tropical regions, where they nlos economic and medicinal potential.
Information on the fatty acids profile and bioactivity from seed oil of Annona species are incipient. The objective of this work was to investigate Annona hypoglauca seeds oil in terms of its yield, Leaves of both are used in various diseases like suppurant, toothache, anthelmintic commonly.
Till date there is no scientific comparative study has been reported. Pharmacognostical study of A. Germination ecophysiology of Annona crassiflora Mart. Background and Aims Little is known about environmental factors that break morphophysiological dormancy in seeds of the Annonaceae and the mechanisms involved.
The aim of this study was to characterize the morphological and physiological components of dormancy of Annona crassiflora, a tree species.
Neuropharmacological evaluation of Annona senegalensis leaves The neuropharmacological activities of methanol leaf extract ME of Annona senegalensis Pers Annonaceae and its bioactive fractions MF and F7 were studied in rodents using pentylenetetrazol PTZ -induced seizures, pentobarbitone-induced sleep, apomorphine-induced stereotypy, open field, elevated plus maze Full Text Available The wood anatomy of nine species of Eugenia Myrtaceae native in Rio Grande do Sul State Brazil is presently studied in order to identify diagnostic characters useful to identify genus and species.
A great structural homogeneity was observed, reflecting the high number of shared anatomical features. None characteristic is exclusive to this taxonomic group.
The value of axial parenchyma arrangement to species segregation is confirmed, as well as the frequency of pores and characteristics of rays. It is not possible to disprove, based on wood anatomy, the inclusion of Hexachlamys in Eugeniaas suggested by Landrum and Kawasaki Biotechnology applied to Annona species: Full Text Available Annonaceae is an ancient family of plants including approximately 50 genera growing worldwide in a quite restricted area with specific agroclimatic requirements.
Only few species of this family has been cultivated and exploited commercially and most of them belonging to the genus Annona such as A.
The cherimoya shows a high degree of heterozygosis, and to obtain homogeneous and productive orchards it is necessary to avoid the propagation by seeds of this species. Additionally, the traditional methods of vegetative propagation were inefficient and inadequate, due to the low morphogenetic potential of this species, and the low rooting rate. The in vitro tissue culture methods of micropropagation can be applied successfully to cherimoya and other Annona sp to overcome these problems.
Most of the protocols of micropropagation and regeneration were developed using the cultivar Fino de Jete, which is the major cultivar in Spain. At the present time we are involved in inducing and obtaining new elite genotypes, as part of a breeding program for the cherimoya and other Annonasusing and optimizing different methodologies in vitro: Analgesic, anti-inflmmatory and antipyretic activities of methanolic leaf extract of Maerua crassifolia.
Full Text Available Objective: To disentetia the the analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic activities disentera the methanolic leaf extract dixenteria Maerua crassifolia in mice and rats. Acetic acid-induced writhing and tail immersion methods were used to assess analgesic activity, while xylene and carrageenan-induced paw oedema methods were used to evaluate the anti-inflammatory effect of the leaf extract.
Yeast and amphetamine-induced pyrexia were used to investigate the antipyretic activity. The phytochemical analysis and oral acute toxicity of the methanolic leaf extract of Maerua crassifolia were also evaluated. Crude extracts, the mixtures of triterpenes and the isolated constituents were subjected to in vitro acetylcholinesterase inhibitory evaluation. Acetylcholinesterase inhibitory disenteeria was observed for crude chloroform extract leaves from M.
The percent inhibitions induced by these natural products were very similar to those produced by physostigmine Therefore, these results open perspectives for the use of these species as source of compounds with similar physostigmine pharmacological effect. Toward this objective, we conducted morphological and molecular identification of ectomycorrhizae in soil cubes disfnteria from pure P.
Eleven types of ectomycorrhizal ECM organisms were separated, briefly described, and identified. Nine morphotypes belonged to the phylum Basidiomycotina [Amphinema byssoides, Cortinarius sp cf. The diversity of ECM organisms in P. Most of the fungi in the rhizosphere did not correspond to species previously recorded risenteria sporocarps above nioss. Here, several new ectomycorrhiza morphotypes are proposed and described.
We also confirmed the ectomycorrhizal status of the genus Sebacina order Sebacinales. Free Radical Scavenging Properties of Annona squamosa. Annona squamosa has extensively been used in the traditional and folkloric medicine and found to possess many biological activities.
The present investigations dealt with the free radical scavenging activity of four extracts using various techniques such as total reducing power estimation, total phenolic count, 1,1-diphenylpicryl hydrazyl DPPH radical scavenging effect, evaluation of ABTS cation decolorisation capacity, FRAP assay, hdroxyl radical scavenging assay, super oxide assay and Nitric oxide radical scavenging assay of the extracts. The results showed that the four extracts of Annona squamosa showed significant reducing power in four extracts.
The total phenolic contents in petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate, methanol extracts and positive control were 0.
The percentage of hydroxyl radical scavenging increased with the increasing concentration of the extracts. The results revealed strong antioxidants in four extracts may lead to the development of potent.
Wound healing activity and chemical standardization of Eugenia pruniformis Cambess. Disenteeria pruniformis is an endemic species from Brazil.
Eugenia genus has flavonoids as one of the remarkable chemical classes which are related to the improvement of the healing process. To evaluate of wound healing activity of E. Wound excision model in rats was used to verify the hydroethanolic and ethyl acetate extracts potential. The animals were divided in four groups o Disengeria of irradiation and heating on extraction of carbohydrates from brown seaweed, gagome Kjellmaniella crassifolia.
Changes in dissolved carbohydrates from Gagome Kjemaniella crassifolia by gamma-irradiation and boiling were investigated. When pulverized Gagome disentegia irradiated in the dry state, solubilized carbohydrate levels did not change at dose levels up to 50 kGy; however, the molecular weights of main components in the soluble matter decreased.
The amount of dissolved carbohydrates increased with dosage increments of gamma rays when irradiated in water, and their molecular weights decreased markedly. When Gagome was irradiated with a dose of 10 kGy in the dry state, and then boiled in water, the amounts of carbohydrates dissolved were markedly high at wn degree C during h boiling in comparison with those of the non-irradiated control. On the other hand, at degree C no difference was observed after 4-h boiling.
There was no significant difference in the quantity of dissolved carbohydrates or their molecular weights between irradiated and non-irradiated samples heated at degree C for up to 12 h. Nlos these results dietary fibers in Gagome were found to be extracted and degradated by irradiation.
Sm papausa and Annona purpurea Moc. The regulators broke the dormancy of both species.
Rate index, mean time and frequency of germination were distinct for both species and both treatments. Toulicia crassifolia Sapindaceae, Sapindeae: The original diagnoses of Toulicia crassifolia Radlk.