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Alloxan diabetes has been induced in rats by intraperitoneal injections of a dose of 120 mg/kg body weight. Rats of over 150 mg% blood sugar were marked as diabetic and grouped in three classes. They were classified as moderate, severe and toxic in the frequency ranges of (1) 150-250 mg%, (2)...
Histologically Datura metel L. is readily distinguished from other cogeneric drug species by its smooth cuticle, basal width of covering trichome (measuring up to 34 μ), presence of stomata on both upper and lower leaf epidermides, non-warty stalk of glandular trichomes, collapsed stomata on...
Polysaccharide fractions of the leaves of a number of Aloe species significantly reduced blood sugar level in mice. Activity-directed fractionation of the polysaccharide fraction from Aloe arborescens Mill. var. natalensis (Wood, et Ev.) Bgr. leaves yielded two glycans, arborans A and B, which...
Sixty four taxa of Labiatae (Lamiaceae) from the Ermenek-Mut-Gülnar triangle on the Taurus Mountains (South Anatolia) were screened for the presence of volatile oil, saponins, coumarins, alkaloids, tannins, anthraquinones, anthocyanins and flavonoids.
Finschhafen is on the east coast of Morobe Province near Cape Cretin about 125 km (80 miles) due east of Lae. At the time of the survey there was a plan to link the area by road with Lae. Finschhafen was selected as the first capital of German New Guinea in 1885 and was named after Dr. Otto...
Altogether 208 Indian plant species were screened for the presence of steroid/terpenoids, alkaloids, flavones, tannins, phenolics and saponins. The number of positive tests obtained was 244 for steroid/terpenoids, 146 for alkaloids, 182 for flavones, 210 fortannins, 149 for phenolics and 195 for...
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