No static citation data Abstract Objective: To quantify total phenols, flavonoids and to investigate the in vitro antioxidant power of Haplophyllum tuberculatum H. Methods: The authenticated sample of H. The alcoholic extract was further partitioned into petroleum ether, acetone, chloroform and methanol to obtain the fractions of varying polarities which were subjected to qualitative phytochemical testing. Total phenolics and flavonoids content in the acetone, chloroform and methanol extracts were quantified by using standard colorimetric methods.
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In vitro propagation and cryopreservation of native desert plant species of Kuwait: Haplophyllum tuberculatum, Ochradenus baccatus, and Salvia spinosa Authors S. Almazrooei, R. Aldewai Abstract In vitro propagation and conservation of selected plant species, grown in the desert of Kuwait, was studied. Micropropagation of Haplophyllum tuberculatum, Ochradenus baccatus, and Salvia spinosa through axillary bud culture showed different morphogenic potentials depending on species type and ratio of 1-naphthylacetic acid NAA to 6-benzylaminopurine BAP supplemented in Murashige and Skoog MS culture medium.
Indirect organogenesis and production of adventitious shoots from callus was the common and frequent response in all tested species. Obtained results showed that organogenesis and its differentiation depended on the type, concentration and combination of the plant growth regulators supplemented in the culture medium, and that cytokinin, in particular, has an essential role in the in vitro culture initiation of investigated species.
Survival rate of encapsulated axillary buds of the three species under study differs in term of dehydration period. Recovery of in vitro-derived buds of O. In contrast, high survival of S. Both the in vitro propagation and cryopreservation systems established in this work will be useful for conservation programs of many native desert plant species in Kuwait, as well as, the Arabian Peninsula region. Citation Almazrooei, S.
In vitro propagation and cryopreservation of native desert plant species of Kuwait: Haplophyllum tuberculatum, Ochradenus baccatus, and Salvia spinosa. Acta Hortic.
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Graphical Abstract: Abstract: Background: Natural plant active compounds were found to inhibit the activity of several enzymes that may be related to several diseases. Methods: Two types of aqueous extracts were prepared: Decoction and Diffusion extracts. The organic extracts were prepared with successful maceration in hexane, dichloromethane, ethyl acetate, ethanol and methanol. Also, essential oils were obtained by hydrodistillation. The analysis of the total Phenol content of our extracts was done with Folin-Ciocalteu reagent, as the flavonoid content was obtained in mixture with aluminum trichloride.
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Arashilar Essential oils obtained from Haplophyllum tuberculatum contain mainly monoterpenes Journal of Food Protection 49 5: The antibacterial effect of the oil of the aerial parts may be attributed to its monoterpenes constituents. Volatile oil constituents of Haplophyllum tuberculatum Forssk. February 22, Citation: The volatile oils were slightly more effective against Gram positive than Gram negative bacteria. J Pharmacogn Nat Prod 2: Chemical composition, antibacterial and antifungal activities of the essential oil of Haplophyllum tuberculatum from Oman. Collected samples were identified by Dr.
Kigagar A group of diabetic rats was kept non-treated, another group received daily the reference drug Vitamin Tubetculatum and the other groups received the tested samples of H. Anti-microbial activity of essential oil is difficult to correlate to a specific compound due to their complexity and variability and in general, is attributed to phenolic and hydroxyl groups. Perennial herb, sometimes woody at base, up to 40 —60 cm tall, glabrous to short-hairy; stem usually much branched from the base, sometimes with basal sterile tuberculayum, yellowish green to almost white; glands numerous on all parts, very variable, inconspicuous to strongly warty, yellow. In tropical East Africa only 3 species occur.