Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo). Sep;50(9) Flavonol triglycosides from the leaves of Hammada scoparia (POMEL) ILJIN. Ben Salah H(1), Jarraya R. To edit this page, please copy the French version and translate it. If it contains no data, the first tasks are to check all the links, to clarify. The Hammada scoparia is a relatively common and characteristic steppe species of the Saharan Atlas of south-western Algeria. It has several ecological.
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Then, the molluscicidal activity decreased gradually in fractions 8 and 9 and disappeared in the last fractions.
There are citation in scholarly articles related to Hammada scoparia Pomel Iljin. How to cite this article. A sample of each extract was tested for the presence of alkaloids using Mayer’s and Dragendorf’s reagents.
These fractions contained carnegine and other minor alkaloids. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Flavonol triglycosides from the leaves of Hammada scoparia (POMEL) ILJIN.
Click on “show more” to view them. The molluscicidal activity of Hammada scoparia leaf extracts and the principal alkaloids isolated from them carnegine and N -methylisosalsoline were tested against the mollusc gastropod, Galba truncatulathe intermediate host of Fasciola hepatica in Tunisia.
The configuration of the chiral centre of C 1 of N- methylisosalsoline is Rectus Figure. Ann Pharmac Fr However, only two extracts, the dichloromethane extract and the methanol extract, gave LC 50 values Received 18 July Accepted 7 October Vasconcellos MC, Amorim A b. Hammada scoparia photo of Ethiopian Wolf x – 24k – jpg www. J Soc Chim Tunisie 4: Further fractionation of the methanolic extract led to the isolation of two principal alkaloids: Chemical tests performed on the extracts for alkaloids were positive, particularly for the methanol extract, followed by the ethanol-H 2 O extract.
Eleven fractions were collected. Hammada scoparia Hammada scoparia 80 x 80 – 2k – jpg www. Larvicidal activity in desert plants of the Negev and Bedouin market plant products.
These alkaloids are isoquinolines that have not previously been characterised for their molluscicidal activity. It has been realised, however, that these molluscicides are toxic to non-target animals and have a long-term detrimental effect on aquatic environments Andrews et al.
The snails were exposed in groups of 10 5 replicates for 48 h exposure period to mL of each concentration of one of the materials to be tested: Plant Med Phytotherapy Extracts of air-dried leaves of H.
Vasconcellos MC, Amorim A a. Development Core Team Claudi R, Mackie GL After removing and evaporating the butanol we obtained extract C 3. They were then exposed to aqueous solutions of the extracts. The toxicity of these preparations was also tested on G. It is likely that the phenolic function of the N -methylisosalsoline contributes to molluscicidal activity.
Hammada scoparia Hammada scoparia x – 26k – jpg www. Chenopodiaceae, Al Faateh University, Tripoli, p. Citation in scholarly articles. Bull Soc Fr Parasitol Molluscicidal activity of plants from Puerto Rico. Snail mortality was established by the contraction of the body into the shell.
There are book citations related to Hammada scoparia Pomel Iljin. Hammada scoparia N-Methylisosalsoline from Hammada The useful plants of West Tropical Africa. No response to a needle probe was taken scolaria evidence of death. Each solution was divided into equal volumes of mL.
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The hexane extract was inactive against G. For CuCl 2the weights ranged from mg in 1 mg increments. An aqueous solution of the latex of Euphorbia splendens var.
Mapa de suelos x – 44k – jpg www. Molluscicide screening and evaluation. This old disease can spread widely because of the large colonisation capacity of the parasite, as well as of the freshwater lymnaeid snail vector species Mas-Coma et al. Alkaloids extracted from the leaves of Hammada scoparia Pomel Sxoparia.