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plant extract

[′plant ′ek‚strakt]
(pharmacology)
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The effects of the plant extracts on total gas, gas profiles, DM, pH, and VFA were compared to the controls and significant differences between treatment means were examined using Duncan's multiple comparison tests.
A dual plant extract has been studied based on its ability to simultaneously inhibit adipogenesis (fat storage) and enhance lipolysis (fat breakdown and release).
Carsten Schmidt-Weber demonstrated that the plant extract Ze 339 (Petasol butenoate complex) combats nasal mucosa swelling faster and more effectively.
1 mg of plant extract in methanol was mixed with 1 ml of aluminium trichloride in ethanol (20 mg/ml) and a drop of acetic acid added.
About 100 [micro]l of plant extracts in methanol (10 mg/ml) was mixed with 100 L l of 20% aluminium trichloride in methanol and a drop of acetic acid, and then diluted with methanol to 5 ml.
Preliminary evaluation of mosquito larvicidal efficacy of plant extracts.
This product is a zinc oxide barrier cream enhanced with tea tree oil, a safe, natural plant extract from Australia.
A human liver microsomal preparation, rich in cytochrome P450 oxidase activity, simulates passage of a drug or plant extract through the body.
Studies have shown that two tablespoons a day of plant extract margarine (look for Benecol and Take Control) can reduce low-density lipoprotein levels (the bad cholesterol) by 10%, which is why the broader claim, that these foods can reduce your risk of coronary disease, is now being permitted.
As a plant extract, bilberry extract was developed quite late.
Evidence of increased diversity of methanogenic archaea with plant extract supplementation.