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Significant as ethnobotanical plant in Nigeria. Qualitative and quantitative screening of phytochemicals was done using standard and current methodologies. The extract of the plant species studied were screened for the presence of Alkaloid, Tannin, Flavonoid, Saponin and Phenol. The result for qualitative screening.
ADOUM, O. A Screening of Medicinal Plants Native To Kano and Jigawa States of Northern Nigeria, Using Artemia Cysts (Brine Shrimp Test). American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences 4.1 (2016) 7-10. ADOUM, O. A. (2016). Screening of Medicinal Plants Native To Kano and Jigawa States of Northern Nigeria, Using Artemia Cysts (Brine Shrimp Test).
Qualitative and quantitative phytochemical screening of six plants used in ethnomedicine in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria was carried out to identify and quantify the bioactive compounds present in these highly medicinal plants. The plants studied were Phyllanthus amarus Schum and Thonn, Euphorbia heterophylla Linn., Senna occidentalis L., Piper nigrum L., Ageratum conyzoides L. and.
Apr 02, 2003 Vernonia amygdalina and Annona senegalensis, two plants used by local smallholder livestock farmers in Nigeria as anthelmintic were screened for in vitro anthelmintic activity using Haemonchus contortus eggs. The extract of V. amygdalina did not show any significant activity at concentrations up to 11.2 mg ml.The extract of A. senegalensis showed significant (P 0.001).
Investigation is therefore to screen these plants for fungicidal activity against afla-toxin producing fungi in Sesame in Makurdi, Benue State, North Central Nigeria. 2. Materials and Methods 2.1. Collection and Identification of Pl ant Materials The plant materials were collected from Makurdi Local government Area of Be-nue state, Nigeria.
Abstract Qualitative and quantitative phytochemical screening of six plants used in ethnomedicine in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria was carried out to identify and quantify the bioactive compounds present in these highly medicinal plants.
Screening of Medicinal Plants Native To Kano and Jigawa States of Northern Nigeria, Using Artemia Cysts (Brine Shrimp Test) O. A. ADOUM Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry, Bayero University, Kano Nigeria Corresponding author [email protected]
Sep 25, 2009 Mutagenic screening of some commonly used medicinal plants in Nigeria. this present study is aimed at investigating the mutagenic potentials of the above listed medicinal plants that are commonly used in Nigeria especially by the Yorubas using.
Apr 01, 2013 The use of plant extracts with known antimicrobial properties can be of great significance in therapeutic Sofowora, A. 1993. Screening plants for bioactive agents. In Medicinal Plants and Traditional Medicinal in Africa, second ed., Spectrum Books Ltd., Sunshine House, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp. 134–156. Google Scholar. Soliman and Badea, 2002.
Jan 06, 2020 Preliminary screening of phytochemicals is a valuable step in the detection of bioactive principles present in medicinal plants and may lead to novel environmentally friendly drug discovery. The objective of the study was to screen such phytochemicals in selected Nigerian medicinal plants. Fresh plant material (leaves) were collected and.
Preliminary in vivo Antimalarial Screening of Petroleum Ether, Chloroform and Methanol Extracts of Fifteen Plants Grown in Nigeria A.C. Ene, D.A. Ameh , H.O. Kwanashie , P.U. Agomo and S.E. Atawodi Abstract Fifteen plants were screened for in vivo antimalarial activity in albino mice.The plants are Mormodica balsamina, Artemisia maciverae, Xylopia aethiopica, Cyperus articulatus, Guiera.
Preliminary Phytochemical Screening of Some Indigenous Medicinal Plants Used In the Treatment of Tuberculosis in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Aska, A. S.1 ,Kubmarawa, D. 2 1Department Of Chemistry, College Of Education, Azare, Bauchi State Nigeria. 2Department Of Chemistry, Modibbo Adama Universty Of Technology, Yola, Nigeria.
Therefore, drought is an important stress that reduces cane and sugar yields in Nigeria. Little success has been achieved in screening plants for drought tolerance by selection for morphological features, probably because of complications due to genotype environment interactions (Bendelow et al. 1955).
This study investigated the phytochemical screening of some plant extracts against aflatoxin producing fungi in sesame (Sesamum indicum). The plants are Prosopis africana, Psorospermum febrifugum and rhizome of Curcuma longa. Various parts of the plants were dried, grounded and extracted in methanolic solvent. The preliminary phytochemical screening of methanol extracts for.
Phytochemical screening of plant materials The phytochemical screening of the plants studied showed the presence of flavonoids terpenoids, saponins and tannins (Table 1), M. indica, V. amygdalina and P. guajava showed the absence of anthraquinones. M. indica and P. guajava tested negative for the.
The objective of the present study is to assess the in vitro antibacterial and antifungal Simple susceptibility screening test using agar-well activities of the essential oil of some plant species from diffusion method Each microorganism was suspended in Nigeria.
Mar 11, 2005 Anesini C, Perez C Screening of plants used in Argentine folk medicine for antimicrobial activity. J Ethnopharmacol. 1993, 39 119-128. 10.1016 0378-8741(93)90027-3. CAS Article PubMed Google Scholar 13. Nick A, Rali T, Sticher O Biological screening of traditional medicinal plants from Papua New Guinea.
Sep 22, 2015 The use of plant to meet health-care needs has greatly increased worldwide in the recent times. The search for new plant-derived bioactive agents that can be explored for the treatment of drug-resistant malaria infection is urgently needed. Thus, we evaluated the antimalarial activity of three medicinal plants used in Nigerian folklore for the treatment of malaria infection. A modified Peter.
Teratogenic and Neuro-Developmental Screening of Some Commonly used Medicinal Plants in Nigeria. Afolayan G.O., Visitor to the Carvan Lab at the School of Freshwater Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Dates of Visit 19 – 08 – 2013 to 30 – 05 – 2014 Introduction.
Screening of the plant extracts for the detection of volatile oil, glycoside, tannins and saponins shows that saponin and tannin, were detected in the ethanolic, cold and hot- Nigeria to improve and sustain health and to treat minor illnesses. In the world, plants traditionally.
Market survey and heavy metal screening of selected medicinal plants sold in some markets in benin city, nigeria macdonald idu, erhabor joseph, timothy odaro ovuakporie-uvo oghale.
Screening of the plants was performed using standard methods and resulted in the detection of the presence of tannins, flavonoids, phenolics, saponins, steroids, cardiac glycosides and alkaloids. Flavonoids were present in 18 of 20 plants while alkaloids were present in only four of the selected plants. It is evident from the study that Bridelia.
Plants are rich in a wide variety of secondary metabolites, such as tannins, terpenoids, alkaloids, and flavonoids, which have been found in vitro to have antimicrobial properties. This review attempts to summarize the current status of botanical screening efforts, as well as in vivo studies of their effectiveness and toxicity.