Terpenoids Of Aristolochia And Their Biological Activities

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The Antimicrobial Potential and Phytochemical Composition of

plant parts studied showed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, terpenoids and cardiac glycosides. Thus, the root and stem bark extracts from Aristolochia ringens may be broad based in their antimicrobial activities. The extracts, if purified

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BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF LIGNANS AND NEOLIGNANS ISOLATED FROM DIFFERENT PIPER SPECIES,AND CHROMONE,LONG-CHAIN ALCOHOL,AND ESTER ISOLATED FROM AGAVE AMERICANA Lignans and neolignans possess a variety of biological activities. Some of the lignans isolated from Piperspecies possess antifeedant activity against stored pests [79]. The lignans

Modulation of mutagen-induced genotoxicity by vitamin C and

istration of large amounts of AA to biological systems has led to genotoxic effects in several different test sys-tems (Shamberger 1984) because AA has both antioxi-dant and prooxidant activities (Bijur et al. 1997). The purpose of this study was to assess the methanolic extracts of roots of X. undulatum, H. caespititum and

Pharmacognosy By Wallis Introduction Of Phytochemical Screening

introduction nearly all activities in modern society involve natural products at some point especially in the form of drugs food additives see natural products as sources of spices dyes, by preliminary phytochemical screening vi conclusion the extracts showed increase in the glucose tolerance of the rats and decrease in the

Mini Review: Anticancer activity of diterpenoid peroxides

that correlate with more than 9,000 biological activities taken from published information sources.[34,35] In this review, we present the biological activity of the diterpenoid hydro- and endoperoxides isolated from algae, liverworts and plants. The dominant activity for most diterpenoids is antitumor activity. (Euphorbiaceae) 2.

Pharmacy Review & Research

Reddy C. Investigation of In-vitro anti-Inflammatory, anti-platelet and anti-arthritic activities in the leaves of Anisomeles malabarica Linn. RJPBCS, 1(4), 2011, 751. 2. Havagiray R Chitme and Nitin P Patel. Antiarthritis Activity of Aristolochia bracteata extract in experimental animals. The Open Natural Products Journal, 2, 2009, 6-15. 3.


including plants or their derivatives Keeping in mind, the aim [10] of the present study to investigate the free radical in vitro scavenging and Anti cancer potential of Aristolochia indica L. stem.

Pharmacological Studies on Traditional Plant-Based Remedies

Mar 19, 2021 With their research, Retinasamy et al. demonstrated an improved effect of O. stamineus ethanolic extract on memory in rat, and hence, could serve as a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of neurodegen-erative diseases such as AD [3]. Terpenoids are natural plant-derived products that are

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Biological evaluation and phytochemical investigation of the efficacy of the ethanol extract of the roots of Aristolochia albida , locally used for the treatment of diarrhea and in the form of

in vitro and in vivo grown Abutilon indicum for Quercetin

extraction from Bassia longifolia, Nerium indicum, Aristolochia bracteata, Proposis juliflora and its allowed to synthesis of silver nanoparticles and they were evaluated for their in vitro antimicrobial activity against selected bacterial and fungal species causing urinary tract infection.

Biotransformation of Aristolane- and 2,3-Secoaromadendrane

also isolated from Aristolochia debilis, while the enantiomer (8) of 7 was obtained from the liverworts Porella caespitans var. setigera24,25) and Reboulia hemisphaerica.26) We have previously reported the distribution of a number of novel terpenoids and aromatic compounds possessing biological activities such as antimicrobial, antitumor, and

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medicine, considered by their contemporaries and later by archeological evidence as highly advanced [8, 10 21]. In traditional Romanian medicine, almost all the natural remedies taken from the Dacians are found [8, 10 23].

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and their biological activities. 3 Terpenoids of Aristolochia species Extensive investigations on the terpenoids of Aristolochia genus have been carried out since 1935 by research groups in Rio de Janeiro, Araraquara (Brazil), Nanjing, Beijing (China), Tainan (Taiwan), Bombay (India) and Bonn (Germany) and more than 200 terpenoids have been

Phytochemical and anti-microbial screening of Crude Ethanolic

Aristolochia repens is locally called Akogun in South Western part of Nigeria. Its dried stem and root are used locally as a cure for heamorroids. While the other species have been extensively studied for their chemical constituents and biological activities (Wu et al., 2004; Hashimoto et al., 1999), little has been done in respect of

Research Article Phytochemical Analysis of Some Traditional

are alkaloids, terpenoids, tannins, saponins and phenolic compounds (Edeoga et al., 2005). Correlation between the phytoconstituents and the bioactivity of plant is desirable to know for the synthesis of compounds with specific activities to treat various health ailments and chronic disease as well (Pandey et al., 2013). Generally, the presence

SURVEY SURVEY ARTICLE Vol. 4, 2018 Science echnology

enzymes, fats and oils, minerals, vitamins, alkaloids, quinones, terpenoids, flavonoids, sterols, simple phenolic glycosides, tannins, saponins, polyphenols, to mention a few which have medicinal activities (Rajeev, 2014). Bangladesh has very rich in bio-diversity. It has more than 500 medicinal plants species (Ghani, 2003). Over the past two

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Their complex information about therapeutic botanicals was appreciated as being very impressive and different ancient historical texts [7, 9 12, 16, 17, 19, 20].

Review Article A systematic review of medicinal plants used

terpenes/terpenoids, phenolic compounds (which Aristolochia repens, Harugana and Pausinystalia yohimbe, no scientific validation for their biological activities were documented. The

Anticancer agents from plants - ResearchGate

AUTHOR COPY Main Group Chemistry 18 (2019) 169 191 DOI 10.3233/MGC-180689 IOS Press 169 Anticancer agents from plants Nagy Morsya,b,∗ aDepartment of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences and Arts

Effects of the Extracts of Aristolochia and Tylophora species

Effects of the Extracts of Aristolochia and Tylophora species on Plasmdoium falciparum reference of its biological activity sited before. these groups alkaloids and terpenoids can be cited

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terpenoids are kaurane, clerodane, and labdane diterpene derivatives (Figure 1). Figure 1. Diterpene classes present in Aristolochia species. 15 The review Terpenoids of Aristolochia and their biological activities , which covered the literature up to 2003, lists 52 diterpenoids isolated from the genus and their pharmacological properties

Review Article Phytochemicals and Biogenic Metallic

various potential activities of phytochemicals in cancer [ ]. Another review detailed the biological e cacies, especially the potential activities, of avonoids against cancer []. Numerous phytochemicals present in medicinal plants can induce cytotoxicity against various types of cancerous cells. Some of the plants and their phytochemicals that

Chemical Constituents and Pharmacology properties of

Aristolochia species, flavonoids (Machado and lopes 2005, Battu et al. 2011), lignans (Zhai et al. 2004, 2005, De Pascoali et al. 2006, león-Diaz et al. 2010), terpenoids (Wu et al. 2005), aristolochic acids and their esters (Cosyns 2003, Chung et al. 2011), and aristolactams (Marti et al. 2013) are described.

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Chinese herbal extract Aristolochia fangchi meant for inducing weight loss. In the same study, about 12 patients also developed urethelial carcinoma, 43 developed end stage renal failure, and 39 patients had to have their kidney removed prophylactically [6]. Similarly, the use of a Pyrrolizidine alkaloid also turns tragic in

Original article In vitro profiling of plants used in

Sudanese medicinal plants has been carried out for their antioxidant and anti-breast cancer activities in vitro. 2. Materials and Methods 2.1 Plant materials Different parts of fourteen Sudanese medicinal plants (Table 1) were collected in the period, July-December, 2013 from different parts of Sudan. The collected plant parts were

Study of Secondary Metabolites of Aristolochia roxburghiana

In this study the methanol extracts of leaves, stems and roots of Aristolochia roxburghiana were subjected to evaluate the presence of major secondary metabolites. Table 1 shows the presence of all studied compounds, viz., Alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, phenols, tannins and saponin in all three extracts. Previously, a number


tabolites in plants have documented for their potency to modulate and modify biological activities in humans [10]. e functions of signaling molecules, neuropeptides, hor-

Biochemical Effects Of B-Success (A Nigerian Herbal Remedy

potent biological activities. Dietary intake of flavonoids is suggested to prevent and lower the risk of chronic diseases. 16. References 1. Ang H H. and Lee KL Analysis of mercury in Malaysia herbal preparations. A Peer- review, Journal of Biomedical Sciences 2005;4(1):31-36. 2. Orisakwe OE., Debem HC., Etuk EU and Elsa AT.

ISSN: IJMRK2 The role of botanicals as green pesticides in

attractants, is held responsible for biological activity of plant extracts against target pest. Limonoids from Rutaceae particularly citrus have attracted greater apprehension due to their growth regulating activities [28]. Citrus seeds are available in large quantity as waste products of the citrus industry from

Chemical composition and biological properties of Chrysopogon

activities of essential oil and its components like vetivone, zizanal, epizizanal and nootkatone are well known. This review is an effort to collect all the information regarding chemical composition and biological activities of vetiver oil.

Plant-Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles: Their

due to their physicochemical and biological properties, have applications in diverse fields, including drug delivery, sensors, optoelectronics, and magnetic devices. This review focuses on the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) using plant sources. Green synthesis of nanoparticles is an eco-friendly approach, which should be further

An Ethnopharmacological, Phytochemical and Pharmacological

Biological activities of hinokinin have been recently reviewed [34]. Cytotoxicity of hinokinin (1) has been tested by several authors [35 38]. Hinokinin (1) has been shown to have anti-inflammatory [39 42], immunosuppressive [43,44], antibacterial [45], and antiviral [46] properties. Hinokinin (1) was tested for several other biological

Pharmacognosy By Wallis Introduction Of Phytochemical Screening

April 18th, 2019 - Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry screening Indian medicinal plants for these phytochemicals and assessing their potential in protecting against types of diseases Keyword Phytochemicals Alkaloids Terpenoids Flavonoids Saponins Tannins and Phenolics 1 Introduction Phytochemicals from the Greek word phyto meaning plant

Journal of Global Trends in Pharmaceutical Sciences

(DMARDs) to novel biological agents, like TNF monoclonal antibody and finally immunosuppressive or cytotoxic agents. [9-11] The above mentioned therapeutic agents reduce the inflammation and joint destruction but their long-term risks are still unknown. However, long-term risks of drugs include gastrointestinal

1Hammashi L. H. 2Maina H. M. 3Buba M. and 4Daure D. L.

activities. Scientific research should be carried out on these plants to confirm their anti-venom efficacy and activity Keywords: Phytochemicals, herbal plants, snake bite, Gombe state, Nigeria. INTRODUCTION Medicinal plants are plants that have at least one of their parts (leaves, stem, bark or roots) used for therapeutic purposes [1].


of numerous medicinal plants or plant-derived drugs. Their structural diversity and different physiological activities are unique to any other group of natural products. Many drugs used by man for both medical and non medical purposes are produced in nature in the form of alkaloids

Effects of Capsicum baccatum and C. frutescens against Atta

activities have been identified, where terpenoids have been the most promising group (Boulogne et al. 2012). The sesquiterpenes caryophyllene, caryophyllene epoxide, and nerolidol, reported in extracts of Hymenaea coubaril L. (Caespalpiniaceae), Melampodium divaricatum (L.C. Rich) DC (Asteraceae), and Vismia baccifera (L.) Triana & Planch


Distinguishing characters between medicinal plant species and their relatives, together with active ingredients Distinguishing characters Active ingredients of species or Plant species Related species their relatives Adonis volgensis Leaves 2 - 3 times pinnately cut with ultimate segments linear-lanceolate; 1.5 - 3 mm wide A. vernalis