The effect of an alcoholic extract
of Berberis vulgaris on cutaneous leishmaniasis (L.
Another five rats were fed a chloroform+methanol (9:1 v/v) fraction of the alcoholic extract
at 50 mg/kg BW with one rat littering three pups.
Effect of Ruta graveolens and Cannabis sativa alcoholic extract
on spermatogenesis in the adult wistar male rats.
coucha: Alcoholic extract
(crude) of seed kernel of C.
During the course of study on the distribution of phenolic compounds in spices using paper chromatography, it was observed that alcoholic extracts
of spices contained a number of phenolic compound which give characteristic colours with various chromogenic agents.
Recently it has been reported that an alcoholic extract
of the gum resin of Boswellia serrata and two of its active compounds i.
Cardioprotective effect of the alcoholic extract
of Terminalia arjuna bark in an in vivo model of myocardial ischemic reperfusion injury.
It is worth emphasizing that the studied plant is easily generated by treating a spontaneous plant, thus generating an alcoholic extract
, a good option for use as an alternative for pest control in agroecologic systems.
Itokawa et al (1992) proved that the alcoholic extract
of Mansoa alliacea shows cytotoxic activity against V-29 cells, due to the presence of lapachol, which exhibits potent antitumor activity.
The alcoholic extract
is used to screen for the presence of following phytochemical constituents namely (tannins, phenols, glycosides, alkaloids, steroids and flavonoids) from the table it is clearly evident that Mulluvadi I selected for the present study showed the presence of phenols, glycosides, alkaloids, steroids and flavonoids while CO3 showed the presence of tannins, glycosides, alkaloids, steroids and flavonoids respectively.
In the same concentrations, the fatality rate caused by latex is more than the alcoholic extract
The phenolic fraction obtained from alcoholic extract
of the plant also demonstrated antioxidant activity and antiinflammatory activities in arthritic rats (Govindarajan et al.