Alstonia: A plant genus of the family APOCYNACEAE. Members contain echitovenidine, echitamine, venenatine (an indole alkaloid), and anti-inflammatory triterpenoidsApocynaceae: The dogbane family of the order Gentianales. Members of the family have milky, often poisonous juice, smooth-margined leaves, and flowers in clusters. Asclepiadacea (formerly the milkweed family) has been included since 1999 and before 1810.Ethnobotany: The study of plant lore and agricultural customs of a people. 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(Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)Codonopsis: A plant genus of the family CAMPANULACEAE. The common name of bellflower may sometimes be confused with other plants in the family that have similar appearance.Papua New Guinea: A country consisting of the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and adjacent islands, including New Britain, New Ireland, the Admiralty Islands, and New Hanover in the Bismarck Archipelago; Bougainville and Buka in the northern Solomon Islands; the D'Entrecasteaux and Trobriand Islands; Woodlark (Murua) Island; and the Louisiade Archipelago. It became independent on September 16, 1975. Formerly, the southern part was the Australian Territory of Papua, and the northern part was the UN Trust Territory of New Guinea, administered by Australia. They were administratively merged in 1949 and named Papua and New Guinea, and renamed Papua New Guinea in 1971.Toothache: Pain in the adjacent areas of the teeth.Snake Bites: Bites by snakes. 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The common name of broom may be confused with Scotch Broom (CYTISUS) or Butcher's Broom (RUSCUS) or Desert Broom (BACCHARIS) or Spanish Broom (SPARTIUM) or Brome (BROMUS).Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Isatis: A plant genus of the family BRASSICACEAE that is an ingredient of the preparation PC-SPES that is used to treat PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA.Flowers: The reproductive organs of plants.Boraginaceae: The Borage plant family is in the class Magnoliopsida, subclass Asteridae, order Lamiales. It is characterized by hairy foliage, usually alternate and simple; flowers are funnel-shaped or tubular. Some of the species contain PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS.Plant Leaves: Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)Forestry: The science of developing, caring for, or cultivating forests.Sri LankaConservation of Natural Resources: The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.Semliki forest virus: A species of ALPHAVIRUS isolated in central, eastern, and southern Africa.Ecosystem: A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. 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The use of this term in MeSH was formerly restricted to historical articles or those concerned with traditional medicine, but it can also refer to homeopathic remedies. Nosodes are specific types of homeopathic remedies prepared from causal agents or disease products.Withania: A plant genus of the family SOLANACEAE. Members contain withanolides. Withania somnifera is the source of ashwagandha and aswal.Withanolides: Ergostane derivatives of 28 carbons with oxygens at C1, C22, and C26 positions and the side chain cyclized. They are found in WITHANIA plant genus and have cytotoxic and other effects.

Effect of Alstonia scholaris bark extract on testicular function of Wistar rats. (1/8)

AIM: To evaluate the antifertility effect of Alstonia scholaris bark extract in male rats. METHODS: In male Wistar rats Alstonia scholaris bark extract was given by oral route at a dose of 200 mg/day for 60 days. The fertility and testicular function were assessed by mating tests, sperm motility, sperm concentration, biochemical indices and testicular cell population dynamics. RESULTS: Oral feeding with the extract at a dose of 200 mg/day for the period of 60 days did not cause body weight loss, while the weights of testes, epididymides, seminal vesicle and ventral prostate were significantly reduced. The production of step-19 spermatids was reduced by 79.6% in treated rats. The population of preleptotene and pachytene spermatocytes were decreased by 61.9% and 60.1%, respectively. Spermatogonia and Sertoli cell population were also affected. The seminiferous tubule and Leydig cell nuclear area were reduced significantly (P<0.01) when compared to the controls. Reduced sperm count and motility resulted in a total suppression of fertility. A significant fall in the protein and sialic acid content of the testes, epididymides, seminal vesicle and ventral prostate as well as glycogen content of testes were also noticed. The fructose content in the seminal vesicle was lowered whereas the testicular cholesterol was elevated as compared with the controls. The following compounds were obtained from the extract with chromatographic separation over Si-gel column: agr-amyrin, bgr-amyrin, lupiol acetate, venenative, rhazine and yohimbine. CONCLUSION: At the dose level employed, Alstonia scholaris bark extract has a significant antifertility effect in male rats; the primary site of action may be post meiotic germ cells (Step 19 spermatids).  (+info)

Antipyretic activity of Alstonia macrophylla Wall ex A. DC: an ethnomedicine of Andaman Islands. (2/8)

PURPOSE: Alstonia macrophylla Wall ex A. DC. Leaf, used in different ailments by the Onge tribes of Little Andaman Island, India, was investigated for its antipyretic potential. METHODS: The methanol extract and its fractions were tested on normal body temperature and yeast-induced pyrexia in Wistar Albino rats. RESULTS: The leaf extract at oral doses of 200 and 300 mg/kg, and the n-butanol fractions of the extract at 50 mg/kg showed significant reduction in normal body temperature and yeast-provoked elevated temperature in a dose-dependent manner comparable to that of standard antipyretic drug paracetamol. The antipyretic effect was started at 1 h and extended for at least 5 h after the drug administration. CONCLUSIONS: The antipyretic effect was more pronounced when the fraction A and B was administered together, indicating that both the fractions may contain antipyretic compounds which produce an additive effect in combination. Phytochemically these fractions contain beta-sitosterol and ursolic acid.  (+info)

Insecticidal activity of the medicinal plant, Alstonia boonei De Wild, against Sesamia calamistis Hampson. (3/8)

The bioactivity of the aqueous extracts of the leaf and stem bark of the medicinal plant, Alstonia boonei De Wild (Apocyanaceae), against the pink stalk borer, Sesamia calamistis Hampson (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) was studied in a laboratory bioassay. The extracts were incorporated into artificial diet at a rate of 0.0% (control), 1.0%, 2.5%, 5.0%, and 10.0% (w/w). Both extracts significantly (P<0.01) reduced larval survival and weight in a dose dependent manner. The concentrations that killed 50% of the larvae (LC(50)) for the stem bark extract were 2.8% and 2.1% at 10 and 20 DAI (days after introduction), respectively, while those for the leaves extract were 5.6% and 3.5%. The weights of the larvae also varied significantly (P<0.05) between the treatments in a dose dependent manner. We conclude that both leaf and stem bark extracts of A. boonei are toxic, used as growth inhibitors to S. calamistis larvae, and hold good promise for use as alternative crop protectants against S. calamistis.  (+info)

Absolute configuration of actinophyllic acid as determined through chiroptical data. (4/8)

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Monoterpenoid indole alkaloids from Alstonia yunnanensis and their cytotoxic and anti-inflammatory activities. (5/8)

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Cationic antimicrobial peptides and biogenic silver nanoparticles kill mycobacteria without eliciting DNA damage and cytotoxicity in mouse macrophages. (6/8)

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Monoterpenoid indole alkaloids from Alstonia rupestris with cytotoxic, anti-inflammatory and antifungal activities. (7/8)

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A combination of alkaloids and triterpenes of Alstonia scholaris (Linn.) R. Br. leaves enhances immunomodulatory activity in C57BL/6 mice and induces apoptosis in the A549 cell line. (8/8)

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Define Alstonia scholaris. Alstonia scholaris synonyms, Alstonia scholaris pronunciation, Alstonia scholaris translation, English dictionary definition of Alstonia scholaris. Noun 1. Alstonia scholaris - evergreen tree of eastern Asia and Philippines having large leathery leaves and small green-white flowers in compact cymes;...
Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Alstonia Scholaris. List of various diseases cured by Alstonia Scholaris. How Alstonia Scholaris is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of Alstonia Scholaris in various languages of the world are also given.
Electron microscopic examination of vessels and fibre-tracheids of Alstonia scholaris exposed to tunneIIing bacteria (TB) in liquid cuItures showed degradation of aU areas of the secondary waU incIuding the highly lignified middle lameUa in advanced stages of attack. However, vestured pit membranes and vestures appeared to be resistant to degradation by TB even when aU other waU areas in A. scholaris wood ceIIs were severely degraded. The size comparison indicated vestures to be considerably smaIIer than TB, and we suspect that this may be the primary reason why vestures in A. scholaris wood were resistant to degradation.
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INTRODUCTION: The indigenous knowledge of use of plants for medicinal purposes has been passed from generation to generation in the various parts of the world and it has significantly contributed to the development of various traditional systems of medicine. The use of plants as a source in modern medicine started in early 19th century when Friedrich Serturner isolated morphine from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) in 1806, that subsequently led to the isolation of early drugs including cocaine, codeine, digitoxin and quinine, and some of them are still in use 1-3.. Isolation and characterization of pharmacologically active compounds from medicinal plants continue till today in the hope to search better non-toxic medicine and cure, which has resulted in the application of state of art techniques to standardize the herbal medicines and isolate bioactive compounds that can serve as analytical markers. This phytotherapy research led to generation of so many compounds like alkaloids, ...
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Alstoscholarisines A-E (1-5), five unprecedented monoterpenoid indole alkaloids with 6/5/6/6/6 fused-bridge rings, were isolated from Alstonia scholaris. They promoted adult neuronal stem cells (NSCs) proliferation significantly, in which the most active one (1) functioned from a concentration of 0.1 rho g/mL in a dosage-dependent manner. Furthermore, 1 enhanced NSC sphere formation and neurogenic fate commitment through activation of a Wnt signaling pathway and promoted NSC differentiation but did not affect proliferation of neuroblastoma cells ...
726. beta-Amyrin and alpha-amyrin acetate isolated from the stem bark of Alstonia boonei display profound anti-inflammatory activity. NN Okoye, DL Ajaghaku, HN Okeke, EE Ilodigwe, CS Nworu, FBC Okoye. Pharmaceutical biology 52 (11), 1478-1486. ...
in Tetrahedron Letters (1991), 32(34), 4295-4298. The structure of strychnochromine, an unusual alkaloid isolated from a new batch of the root bark of Strychnos gossweileri has been revised . To confirm the indoline structure ( proposed in 1988) and to ... [more ▼]. The structure of strychnochromine, an unusual alkaloid isolated from a new batch of the root bark of Strychnos gossweileri has been revised . To confirm the indoline structure ( proposed in 1988) and to establish the stereochemistry of the compound extensive 2D-NMR experiments were carried out. The COSY experiments mostly confirmed the previous observations but the COLOC maps did not fit the first proposed structure!The problem was solved by single-crystal X-ray analysis of the p-bromobenzoyl ester of strychnochromine. The new structure, with its tetrahydroquinoline ring, is very unusual in Strychnos species but the formation of quinolines from indole alkaloids has already mentioned in some other plants ( Cinchona, Alstonia, ...
In the past the Alstonia tree, also known as Milkwood because of its milky sap, provided a popular fever tonic which was thought to rival quinine.. The bitter taste contributed to its nickname of Bitter Bark and which led to its reputation as a quinine alternative since that plant was equally bitter. It could not fully rival that of the cinchona (quinine) species, but it did eventually prove to be a useful medicine for other reasons, especially in lowering blood pressure.. The Aborigines collected the sap on a twig and put it on small sores. It was handled with great care, as eye contact could cause blindness. ...
Aim of the study To evaluate the antidiarrhoeal properties of Alstonia congensis leaves claimed to be effective for the treatment of diarrhoea by traditional healers during our ethnopharmacological investigation conducted in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Materials and methods The aqueous extract (decoction), and the 80% hot methanol extract (Soxhlet extraction) were obtained. This last extract was fractionated. The antidiarrhoeal activity was evaluated using castor oil and magnesium sulphate-induced diarrhoea in animals. The potential antibacterial activity of all samples was also assessed in vitro. Results At all oral doses of 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight, all A. congensis samples showed significant and dose-dependent antidiarrhoeal activity in treated Wistar rats characterised by significant increase of onset time and decrease of all other diarrhoeal parameters at various degrees compared to untreated groups in both models. At the highest oral dose of 200 mg/kg bodyweight, the 80% ...
Main Species. Like all other tropical rainforests the species composition is very diverse, ranging from broadleaf forest dominated by Pometia, Terminalia, Alstonia and Celtis spp. found at lower altitudes to coniferous tree species such as Auracaria spp. and Dacrydium spp. in the high altitude areas. Brief background of forest assessment. Forest assessment in PNG dates back to the early 1950s when small sawmills were established to produce sawn timber, partly for reconstruction after the Second World War. These assessments were very limited and generally for the immediate needs of the sawmill.. During the mid 1970s CSIRO, together with the then Office of Forests, embarked on a major-scale forest assessment of the countrys forest resources. It was during this period that the vegetation map of PNG was produced (Paijmans). This assessment was carried out throughout most areas of PNG, especially near the coast. Little work was done in the more rugged highlands. The assessment was based on ...
Objective: To assess Chilo partellus Swinhoe (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) and Sesamia calamistis Hampson(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) ovipositionalresponses on Bt (Event 216, containing the Cry1Ab gene) andisogenic non-Bt (CML 216) maize plants. Methodology and results: Stem borer moths were allowed to oviposit on maize plants in oviposition cagesunder both choice (cages containing both Bt and non-Bt plants) and non-choice conditions (cagescontaining either only Bt or non-Bt plants). There were no significant differences in the mean numbers of egg batches per plant, eggs per batch, eggs laid per plant and egg hatchability between Bt and non-Bt plants in both choice and non-choice tests. Conclusion and application of findings: Event 216 did not deter oviposition by Chilo partellus and Sesamia calamistis. This factor should be taken into consideration when designing suitable refuge arrangements for managing resistance. Although most of the larvae exposed to the Bt plants would be killed, thus ...
Rivula is a genus of moths in the Erebidae family. Palpi porrect, the second joint thickly scaled, and third joint minute. A sharp front tuft present. Antennae minutely ciliated. Thorax and abdomen smoothly scaled. The typical section has the tibia of male nealy naked. Fore wings with nearly rectangular apex. Veins 7,8 and 9 stalked. Hind wings with stalked veins 3 and 4. Rivula aenictopis Turner, 1908 Rivula albovenata Gaede, 1939 Rivula arizanensis Wileman & South, 1916 Rivula basalis Hampson, 1891 Rivula biagi Bethune-Baker, 1908 Rivula bicolorana Legrand, 1966 Rivula catadela Fletcher D. S., 1961 Rivula cognata Hampson, 1912 Rivula concinna Lucas, 1895 Rivula continentalis Gaede, 1939 Rivula craspisticta Hampson, 1926 Rivula curvata Gaede, 1939 Rivula curvifera Walker, 1862 Rivula cyclina (Mabille, 1900) Rivula dimorpha Fryer, 1912 Rivula dispar de Joannis, 1915 Rivula endotricha Hampson, 1926 Rivula erebina Hampson, 1926 Rivula ethiopina Hampson, 1926 Rivula everta Swinhoe, 1901 Rivula ...
Covered are 30 species of Ethiopian Ematheudes, including 23 new species: E. convexus, E. crenulatus, E. dewittei, E. elysium, E. erectus, E. forficatus, E. hamatus, E. hispidus, E. kenyaensis, E. lusingensis, E. maculescens, E. megacantha, E. michaelshafferi, E. natalensis, E. pollex, E. quintuplex, E. setigera, E. sinuosus, E. strictus, E. triangularus, E. trimaculosus, E. togoensis, E. toxalis. Brief treatment is also given to the type species, the Palearctic Chilo punctellus Treitschke. The Asian Prnavitheudes Amsel, 1961 (type species: P. persicella Amsel) is synonymized with Ematheudes and Patna rhizolineata Bradley, 1980 is transferred to Ematheudes. The latter species is the only Ematheudes for which a host plant is known, the larvae having been reared from rhizomes of Sorghum halepense in Pakistan. Commotria erythrograpta Hampson is synonymized with E. neurias (Hampson); Patna venatella Hampson is synonymized with E. rhodochroa (Hampson); E. lentistrigulis Hampson is synonymized with E.
In a fourth item, participants Trichostatin A (TSA) chose one of five pictures of a stick figure jumping off an increasingly high wall to indicate the height from which they would be comfortable jumping (Bush & Iannotte, 1992). Responses to this item were standardized, and then rescaled to the mean and SD of the mean of the three questionnaire items to create a 4-item scale. Internal reliability, assessed by coefficient alpha for each grade group ranged from .58 to .66, was deemed acceptable given the small number of items. Tobacco Use At each assessment, participants indicated the frequency with which they had smoked cigarettes in the past 12 months: 0 = never, 1 = once, 2 = a couple of times, 3 = some each month, 4 = some each week, and 5 = some each day. The validity of this item as a measure of substance use has been demonstrated in numerous studies (e.. g., Andrews, Hampson, Barckley, Gerrard, & Gibbons, 2008; Andrews, Hampson, & Peterson, 2011). At age 20/21, participants were also asked ...
With long hours, challenging workloads and rising expectations, it is unsurprising that stress and anxiety can factor into the life of a law firm, but how can companies ensure they are prioritising their employees mental health, and subsequently see that roll out to their clients?
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When you express interest in a specific study, the information from your profile will be sent to the doctor conducting that study. If youre eligible to participate, you may be contacted by a nurse or study coordinator. If you select a health category rather than a specific study, doctors who have active studies in that area may contact you to ask if you would like to participate. In both cases, you will be contacted by the preferred method (email or phone) that you specified in your profile. ...
Emma C. MORRIS, Timothy R. DAFFORN, Sharon L. FORSYTH, Melinda A. MISSEN, Anita J. HORVATH, Lynne HAMPSON, Ian N. HAMPSON, Graeme CURRIE, Robin W. CARRELL, Paul B. COUGHLIN ...
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Main (1991-1998) was formed by Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson in 1990. Both members had come from the band Loop (1985-1990). The initial imperative was to deconstruct the "iconic" form of guitars and place them in a different context and change their language. Surrounded by other sounds from field and close / contact mic recordings of found objects, these were then manipulated until the identifiable became unidentifiable. Gradually, since the departure of Dawson in 1996, the use of the guitar has appeared less and the field recordings have become much more the source of the Main sound. ...
Bowles, MR, Eyles, DW, Hampson, Ecgm and Pond, SM (1992) Quantitation of Paraquat in Biological Samples by Radioimmunoassay Using a Monoclonal-Antibody. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, 19 3: 375-379. doi:10.1016/0272-0590(92)90176-I ...
Used in Ayurveda, Unani and Sidha. Whole plant juice poisonous, emetic, purgative, given for abortion, bilious- ness, fevers, jaundice and hematuria; a decoction of fruits of Emblica officinalis with roots of Solanum indicum and stems of Cuscuta reflexa given in influenza; salted plant juice given in vomiting and purulent discharge from vagina; bark extract of Alstonia scholaris with Cuscuta reflexa and bark of Rhamnus napalensis given to kill intestinal worms; plant infusion as a wash for sores; ash of burnt plant applied to treat cuts, warts and wounds; in polio, ashes ground in mustard oil and the affected part is massaged with the medicated oil; whole plant paste applied to cure swelling of the testicle, reddening of the eyes, to relieve body pain, boils and head- ache; whole plant with Centella asiatica and Vitex peduncu- laris powdered with black peppers given to avoid childbirth; Mallotus philippensis stem bark decoction together with Cuscuta reflexa , stem bark of Mangifera indica and ...
With the Prime Minister actively encouraging more bums on bicycle seats, we can expect to see the number of cyclists on our roads continue to increase as we ease out of lockdown.. This is a potential issue for a few reasons, though. While the Highway Code is tested for car drivers, no test is required to if we want to pick up a bike and get cycling. This, in turn, could mean a high number of new cyclists who have little knowledge of their rights on the road.. Not only that, but many of these new cyclists will have enjoyed travelling on previously very empty streets in the midst of lockdown. How will they fare when moved to busy roads and faced with congested junctions, and how will drivers cope with more people on the roads?. The government has promised to set out plans that will force local authorities to build new high quality cycle infrastructure - with a strong preference for segregated lanes. It has even revealed plans to give cyclists the right to ride in the wrong direction on one-way ...
A commonly-used HIV drug has been shown to kill-off the human papilloma virus (HPV) that leads to cervical cancer in a clinical trial led by The University of Manchester with Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi.. Drs Ian and Lynne Hampson, from the Universitys Institute of Cancer Sciences and Dr Innocent Orora Maranga, consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology at KNH in Nairobi examined Kenyan women diagnosed with HPV positive early stage cervical cancer who were treated with the antiviral HIV drug lopinavir in Kenya.. The study looked at 40 women with both high and low-grade pre-cancerous disease of the cervix and the antiviral drug, normally used orally to treat HIV, was self-applied directly to the cervix as a pessary.. The results, due to be presented at two international scientific conferences later this month and next, showed a high proportion of women diagnosed with HPV positive high-grade disease returned to normal following a short course of the new treatment.. The findings ...
Dr Ian Hampson spoke with palpable frustration at the red tape and bureaucracy which is hampering the use of what could be our best hope at curing cervical cancer. He and his wife Dr Lynne Hampson have discovered that a drug currently licenced for the treatment of HIV, also tackles the virus that causes cervical cancer, the cancer which kills one woman every two minutes. However, the drug is only licensed for oral use, and to be effective against cervical cancer it needs to be administered as a pessary. Dr Ian Hampson explained how hes so far battled the bureaucrats for 8 years to get around try and get this drug approved for use in a different way. ...
Animals, housing, and feeding. Thirty-six Large White x Landrace piglets were purchased from a commercial swine herd on the day of weaning at 21 days of age (Day 0). They were transported to Murdoch University, weighed, ear tagged, and allotted in a randomized complete block design to three treatment groups of 12, each of which comprised six males and six females penned separately. The pigs were housed in six adjacent pens in an isolation animal facility. Water and feed were available ad libitum, and each day uneaten feed was removed and fresh feed was supplied. Group food intake, which was the sum of the intakes of both pens in each group, was recorded daily. The diet was a commercial, antimicrobial-free, pelleted weaner diet (19% crude protein). Study design. Beginning on Day 0, the food offered to the piglets of Group 1 was top-dressed with a controlled-release pellet containing 1% of Chemeq polymeric antimicrobial plus 0.1% sucrose. The amount added was such that the piglets were consuming ...
1. Anglade P. Les Sésamia. Entomologie appliquée à lagriculture Tome II, Lépidoptères, II Paris, France: Masson et Cie. 1972:1389-401 2. Melamed-Madjar V, Tam S. A field survey of changes in the composition of corn borer population in Israel. Phytoparasitica. 1980;8:201-4 3. Rousseau D. Maïs: la sésamie progresse cap au nord, dans lair marin et la douceur angevine: Progression de la sésamie dans les Pays-de-la-Loire: à gérer dans la région, à méditer ailleurs en France. Phytoma-La Défense des Végétaux. 2009;622:38-41 4. Frérot B, Guillon M, Bernard P, Madrennes L, De Schepper B, Mathieu F. et al. Mating disruption on pink corn borer, Sesamia nonagrioïdes Lef. (Lep, Noctuidae). Technology Transfer in Mating Disruption. IOBC wprs Bulletin. 1997;20:119-28 5. Larue P. La Sésamie (Sesamia nonagrioïdes Lef.): dégâts et actualisation de la lutte. Phytoma - La défense des végétaux. 1984;277:163-71 6. Leal WS. Odorant reception in insects: roles of receptors, binding proteins, ...
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5) CBD binds to the equilibrative nucleoside-transporter-1, thus enhancing endogenous adenosine signaling. Some immunosuppressive effects may be based on this mechanism. The treatment of mice with a low dose of CBD is known to decrease tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) production (Malfait et al. 2000). This effect was reversed with an A2A adenosine-receptor antagonist.. (6) CBD displaces an agonist (8-hydroxy-2-di-n-protylamino-tetralin) from the 5-HT1A receptor in a concentration-dependent manner (Russo et al. 2005). CBD is a modest-affinity agonist at this receptor in humans.. (7) Cannabinoids, including CBD, are potent anti-oxidants. It was demonstrated that CBD prevents oxidative damage caused by H2O2 equally well or better than ascorbate (vitamin C) or tocopherol (vitamin E) (Hampson et al. 1998). CBD, when administered concurrently with high ethanol exposure in rats prevented neurodegeneration and this effect was attributed to its anti-oxidative effects (Hamelink et al. 2005).. (8) ...
In 1857, Siemens introduced the regenerative cooling concept with the Siemens cycle.[2] In 1895, William Hampson in England[3] and Carl von Linde in Germany[4] independently developed and patented the Hampson-Linde cycle to liquefy air using the Joule-Thomson expansion process and regenerative cooling.[5] On 10 May 1898, James Dewar used regenerative cooling to become the first to statically liquefy hydrogen. ...
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Melotenine A (1), an unprecedented skeleton with a 6/5/5/6/7 pentacyclic rearranged ring system, was isolated from Melodinus tenuicaudatus. The structure was elucidated by means of spectroscopic methods and further confirmed by the single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. A possible biogenesis was also proposed. Melotenine A exhibited potential inhibition against five human cancer cell lines ...
Lindsay Hampson, MD, MAS, received her undergraduate training from Duke University, where she earned a degree in Bioethics. She then completed a 2-year research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in the Department of Clinical Bioethics, where her research focused on financial conflicts of interest in research and vulnerable populations. She then earned her MD and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society at the University of Michigan Medical School on a full academic scholarship as a Deans Scholar. She completed her general surgery and urology training at the University of California, San Francisco, in 2015 where she earned the Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Medical Education award. During her residency, she also undertook a research fellowship at the UCSF Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy studies and concurrently earned a certificate in Advanced Training in Clinical Research from the UCSF Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics. After her residency ...
19(S),20(R)-dihydroperaksine-17-al: monoterpenoid indole alkaloid from RAUWOLFIA serpentina hairy root culture; structure in first source
Turbulent Peace or World War Threshhold? Turbulent Peace or World War Threshhold?. Edited by Chester Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, and Pamela Aall for the U. S. Institute of Peace, this book is a revised version of a 1996 collection entitled Managing Global Chaos. Global Chaos is a concept which the editors still considered relevant for purposes of identifying the basic conditions of international conflict at the time of publishing their new version in 2001.. In their introduction, Crocker, Hampson and Aall endorse the cautious optimism advanced by Ted Robert Gurr in his chapter on ethnopolitical conflict in the new century, "because both the frequency and the intensity of ethnic and intercommunal conflict declined during the past decade" (p. xvi). Though they warn against any assumption of an "easing of intergroup conflict and movement toward political settlement as trends", their assertion is nevertheless puzzling, given the extent of atrocities and the millions of people killed and displaced ...
The stemborer Sesamia nonagrioides is an important pest of maize in the Mediterranean Basin. Like other moths, this noctuid uses its chemosensory system to efficiently interact with its e...
The annual listing of awards achieved by residents appears in the summer issue of the Graduate Medical Educations (GME) publication, The Residents Report. Urology received eight awards this year with the bulk being won by Lindsay Hampson, MD and Anobel Odisho, MD both ...
Leong, K.H. (2014) Antiplasmodial and Antioxidant Isoquinoline Alkaloids from Dehaasia longipedicellata. Planta Medica, 80 (7). pp. 599-603. Leong, K.H. (2012) Cytotoxic and antioxidant Compoundsfrom the stem bark of goniothalamus tapisoides Mat Salleh. Molecules Online, 18 (1). pp. 128-139. Leong, K.H. (2013) Induction of apoptosis in melanoma A375 cells by a chloroform fraction of Centratherum anthelminticum (L.) seeds involves NF-kappaB, p53 and Bcl-2-controlled mitochondrial signaling pathways. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 13. pp. 166-173. Leong, K.H. (2014) Kingianic acids A-G, endiandric acid analogues from endiandra kingiana. Molecules Online, 19 (2). pp. 1732-1747. Leong, K.H. (2012) Spectaflavoside A, a new potent iron chelating dimeric flavonol glycoside from the rhizomes of Zingiber spectabile Griff. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 22 (11). pp. 3831-3836. Leong, K.H. (2014) Subditine, a new monoterpenoid indole alkaloid from bark of nauclea subdita (Korth.) ...
The horse knew what it was doing. ENB, I feel, does not. The Nutcracker has a simple - verging on dim - narrative. No matter: it also has the most ravishing score, an emotional warmth, a pinch of magic, and a generous dance identity. In what we may optimistically think of as its original state, it can charm audiences of all ages, all tastes, by the hints of poetry and the undeniable astuteness of its action. It may be kitsch, but it is kitsch of genius. Many producers have had their wicked way with it during the past three decades, but something of worth usually survives to remind us of its irresistible qualities ...
Various of the critics have cited small people - ie children - as one good point about the ballet: that the bright colours and the strong and obvious caricatures appeal to a very young audience. Unfortunately, the five and six-year olds who were my companions for the evening expected something more traditional. Of course, what is traditional to a five year old is hard to plot. But since it was their first big night out at the ballet, I think they expected something more soft and classical. They were full of the Sugar Plum Fairy when they came out. They did not like what Clara was wearing - the psychedelic colours did not go down well ...
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They conclude that many of the challenges faced by mothers could be addressed by reframing the legal understanding of equality in a way allowing for the full recognition of the relational aspects of parenthood, and describe the possibilities to support academic mothers and transform academia deriving from such a transformation of the notion of equality. The final chapter of the book, written by Jamie Huff, Sarah Coté Hampson, and Corinne M. Tagliarina, "Liberalisms Leaky Legacy: Theory and the Narratives of Graduate Student Mothers," explores contemporary liberal theory and the structure and discourses of academia. Masako Kato, in "Academic Mother Crossing Linguistic and Cultural Borders," offers a self-reflective account of her experiences as a Japanese mother and as a linguistic anthropologist during her dissertation research. It specifically looks into the complicated relationship between the responsibilities of mothering and working, and the ways in which they affect her identity and ...
A recent randomised trial in the US (Svoren et al 2003) showed that an intensive psycho-educational programme allied to case-management resulted in 25% fewer total hypoglycaemic events, 60% fewer severe hypoglycaemic events, and 40% fewer hospitalizations and emergency visits than did standard multi-disciplinary care or simple case management approaches.[13] The importance of integrating medical care and educational and psychosocial interventions has been highlighted in the systematic review published by Hampson et al (1999).[14] The absence of high quality UK-based studies and the need for a programme of primary research on interventions for children and young people was also emphasised.[14]. The review found that the theoretical basis of the majority of completed trials is family therapy. However, there is often very little detail in the papers to be clear which school of family therapy is informing the therapeutic delivery of material. A number of groups have used a family/group based ...
Doddie Weir and Matt Hampson have launched a charity fundraising dinner in aid of their foundations. Rugby World looks at the work of these remarkable men
Rapid Health Response, Assessment, and Surveillance After a Tsunami--Thailand, 2004-2005--Public Health Consequences from Hazardous Substances Acutely Released During Rail Transit--South Carolina, 2005; Selected States, 1999-2004--Outbreaks of Pertus ...
Catalyzes the addition of molecular CO(2) and H(2)O to ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate (RuBP), generating two molecules of 3-phosphoglycerate (3-PGA). Functions in an archaeal AMP degradation pathway, together with AMP phosphorylase and R15P isomerase.
With the emergence of multidrug-resistant organisms, combining medicinal plants with synthetic or orthodox medicines against resistant bacteria becomes necessary. In this study, interactions between methanolic extract of Acacia mearnsii and eight antibiotics were investigated by agar diffusion and checkerboard assays. The minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) of all the antibiotics ranged between 0.020 and 500 µg/mL while that of the crude extract varied between 0.156 and 1.25 mg/mL. The agar diffusion assay showed that extract-kanamycin combination had zones of inhibition ≥20 ± 1.0 mm in all the bacteria tested (100%), followed by extract-chloramphenicol (90%) | extract-ciprofloxacin = extract-tetracycline (70%) | extract-amoxicillin (60%) | extract-nalidixic acid (50%) | extract-erythromycin (40%) | extract-metronidazole (20%). The checkerboard showed synergistic interaction (61.25%), additivity/indifference (23.75%) and antagonistic (15%) effects. The synergistic interaction was most expressed
Alstonia oleandrifolia Lodd. Nerium jaspideum Span. Invalid Cerium tinctorium Sweet Illegitimate Cerium tinctorium Roxb. ...
Alstonia scholaris (L.) R.Br. Alstonia spectabilis R.Br. Alternanthera angustifolia R.Br. Alternanthera denticulata R.Br. ...
Alstonia longifolia (A.DC.) Pichon Rauvolfia macrophylla Ruiz & Pav. 1799 not Stapf 1894 = Citharexylum flexuosum (Ruiz & Pav ... Alstonia longifolia (A.DC.) Pichon Rauvolfia strempelioides Griseb. = Strempeliopsis strempelioides (Griseb.) Benth. ex B.D. ...
Alstonia constricta F.Muell. Alstonia ophioxyloides F.Muell. Althoffia pleiostigma (F.Muell.) Burret Alyxia ilicifolia F.Muell ...
The larvae feed on Alstonia scholaris. Australian Faunal Directory Australian Insects. ...
The larvae feed on Alstonia species. "CATE Creating a Taxonomic eScience - Sphingidae". Cate-sphingidae.org. Archived from the ...
Aloe schweinfurthii Baker Alstonia congensis Engl. Alternanthera nodiflora R.Br. Alternanthera pungens Kunth Alternanthera ...
Macroxine - A Novel Oxindole Alkaloid from Alstonia macrophylla. New Cholinesterase Inhibiting Bisbenzlisoquinoline Alkaloids ...
Larvae have been recorded feeding on Alstonia scholaris. "GlobIZ search". Global Information System on Pyraloidea. Retrieved ...
Alstonia macrophylla bitaóg - Calophyllkum blancoi; Calophyllum wallichianum Vidal bujangjang - Prayer beads; Arbus precatorius ...
The larvae feed on Alstonia scholaris, Gardenia jasminoides. Young larvae feed on the flesh of the leaves leaving a skeleton of ...
The tree genus Alstonia is named after him. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 February 2007. Retrieved 22 July ...
... is an Alstonia alkaloid with antiplasmodial activity. Antiplasmodial activity of extracts and alkaloids of three ...
... is an indole alkaloid isolated from Alstonia. Monoterpenoid indole alkaloids from Alstonia yunnanensis and their ...
Landolphia, Alstonia, Aspidosperma). Rośliny z licznych rodzajów uprawiane są jako ozdobne (np. hoja, plumeria, trojeść, ...
The provincial tree is the devil tree (Alstonia scholaris). The provincial slogan is Fishing city, factory town, agricultural ...
... alstonia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.081.088 --- amsonia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.081.131 ...
You also find trees of the species Alstonia scholaris. Like any other village in Kerela, Edamatton is subject to sometime heavy ...
... from Alstonia scholaris: Banerji, A. and Siddhanta, A.K., "Schloraine: An Indole Alkaloid of Alstonia scholaris". ... Jain, L; Pandey, MB; Singh, S; Singh, AK; Pandey, VB (2009). "A new indole alkaloid from Alstonia scholaris". Natural product ... The derivative N-Formylscholarine has been isolated from the fruit pods of Alstonia scholaris. John Edwin Saxton (15 December ... Scholarine is an alkaloid isolated initially from Alstonia scholaris by Banerji and Siddhanta. Subsequently it was obtained ...
... is an indole alkaloid first identified in the leaves of Alstonia scholaris in 1989. Picrinine ABE, Fumiko; CHEN, ... new alkaloids from the leaves of Alstonia scholaris". CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN. 37 (4): 887-890. doi:10.1248/cpb. ... "Alkaloids from the leaves of Alstonia scholaris in Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines". Phytochemistry. 29 (11): ...
The larvae have been recorded feeding on Decaisnina signata and Alstonia actinophylla. They are narrow, green or red with ...
... is a bisindole isolate of Alstonia with anticancer and antiplasmodial activities. Antiplasmodial activity of ... extracts and alkaloids of three Alstonia species from Thailand. ...
Both larvae and pupae have been found on the bark of Alstonia congensis. Cerautola miranda miranda (Guinea, Sierra Leone, Ivory ...
... is an alkaloid isolated from Alstonia boonei, a tree of West Africa. A Review of the Ethnobotany and Pharmacological ... Importance of Alstonia boonei De Wild (Apocynaceae). ...
... is a bio-active alkaloid from Alstonia boonei, a medicinal tree of West Africa. A Review of the Ethnobotany and ... Pharmacological Importance of Alstonia boonei De Wild (Apocynaceae). ...
Alstonia scholaris synonyms, Alstonia scholaris pronunciation, Alstonia scholaris translation, English dictionary definition of ... Noun 1. Alstonia scholaris - evergreen tree of eastern Asia and Philippines having large leathery leaves and small green-white ... Alstonia, genus Alstonia - genus of evergreen trees or shrubs with white funnel-shaped flowers and milky sap; tropical Africa ... Alstonia scholaris - definition of Alstonia scholaris by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Alstonia+ ...
... which is also isolated from the bark of Alstonia scholaris, Alstonia cogenesis, and Alstonia neriifolia, has been assigned the ... Alstonia boonei De Wild is regarded as one of few herbs with potential anti-HIV indicators. In some African countries Alstonia ... Alstonia comprises about 40 species and has a pantropical distribution. There are about twelve species of the genus Alstonia. ... T. Yamauchi and F. Abe, "Regional differences of indole alkaloids in Alstonia scholaris and Alstonia macrophylla," ...
Effect of total alkaloids from Alstonia scholaris on airway inflammation in rats.. [Yun-Li Zhao, Jian-Hua Shang, Shi-Biao Pu, ... Alstonia scholaris (Apocynaceae) have been traditionally used for treatment of respiratory diseases in "dai" ethnopharmacy for ... Here, we investigated the protective activity of total alkaloids (TA), extracted from the leaves of Alstonia scholaris, against ...
Electron microscopic examination of vessels and fibre-tracheids of Alstonia scholaris exposed to tunneIIing bacteria (TB) in ... Home , Journals , IAWA Journal , Alstonia Scholaris Vestures are Resistant to Degr... Advanced Search All Content. E-Books & ... Keywords: vestures; wood ultrastructure; tunnelling bacteria; Alstonia scholaris wood * Subscription and article submission ... Electron microscopic examination of vessels and fibre-tracheids of Alstonia scholaris exposed to tunneIIing bacteria (TB) in ...
Nutrients in Alstonia Scholaris. List of various diseases cured by Alstonia Scholaris. How Alstonia Scholaris is effective for ... Names of Alstonia Scholaris in various languages of the world are also given. ... Alstonia Scholaris for Rheumatism Take quarter tsp of Alstonia Scholaris root powder with hot water once a day.. OR : Make a ... Hiw to use alstonia tree for treatment of asthma. Since I have grown a alstonia tree at my home front and my wife is asthmatic ...
HPTLC of Alstonia scholaris:. The alkaloids were further isolated using HPTLC and HPLC techniques. The HPTLC of the alkaloid ... HPLC of Alstonia scholaris:. The presence of two alkaloid were further confirmed by subjecting the chloroform extracts to HPLC ... Likewise, Alstonia scholaris has been reported to contain echitamine chloride in its root and root bark 18. It also contains ... The saptaparana, Alstonia scholaris R. Br. (family Apocynaceae) was identified by Dr. G. K. Bhat (a well known taxonomist of ...
Vietnam Alstonia yunnanensis Diels - Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi Alstonia scholaris Alstonia spectabilis Alstonia macrophylla " ... Alstonia trees are used in traditional medicine. The bark of the Alstonia constricta and the Alstonia scholaris is a source of ... New Caledonia Alstonia guangxiensis D.Fang & X.X.Chen - Guangxi in China Alstonia iwahigensis Elmer - Borneo, Palawan Alstonia ... New Caledonia Alstonia lanceolifera S.Moore - New Caledonia Alstonia legouixiae Van Heurck & Müll.Arg. - New Caledonia Alstonia ...
Alstonia iwahigensis grows as a medium to large-sized tree up to 45 metres (150 ft) tall, with a trunk diameter of up to 100 ... Sidiyasa, Kade (September 2004). "Alstonia iwahigensis Elmer" (PDF). In Soepadmo, E.; Saw, L. G.; Chung, R. C. K. Tree Flora of ...
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The Anthelmintic Activity of Vernonia amygdalina (Asteraceae) and Alstonia boonei De Wild (Apocynaceae) * CA Danquah ... The aim of this study is to investigate the antihelminthic activity of Alstonia boonei De Wild (Apocynaceae) and Vernonia ... and 200 mg/ml of aque-ous and ethanolic bark extracts of Alstonia boonei and leaf extract of Vernonia amygdalina and piperazine ...
Effect of the Aqueous Extracts of Alstonia boonei on the Haematological Profiles of Mice Experimentally Infected with the ... Antimalarial activity of ethanolic stem bark extract of Alstonia boonei in mice. Asian J. Biol. Sci., 4: 235-243.. CrossRef , ... The anti-malaria effect of the aqueous extracts of Alstonia boonei was assessed and its influence on hematological profiles in ... Effect of treatment with the aqueous extract of Alstonia boonei (De wild) on parasitemia profiles in mice infected with the ...
Antiviral cystine knot α-amylase inhibitors from alstonia scholaris. Authors: Nguyen, Phuong Quoc Thuc. Ooi, Justin Seng Geap. ... Antiviral cystine knot amylase inhibitors from alstonia scholaris.pdf. 4.03 MB. Adobe PDF. View/Open. ... Here, we show that cystine knot α-amylase inhibitors named alstotides discovered from the Alstonia scholaris plant of the ... Antiviral cystine knot α-amylase inhibitors from alstonia scholaris. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 290(52), 31138-31150. doi ...
Alstonia boonei De Wild.. Alstonia congensis Engl.. Emien. The wood of these species is said in the trade to be irritant (von ...
Related entry: Alstonia Constricta.-Alstonia Bark. The bark of Alstonia scholaris, R. Brown. Nat. Ord.-Apocynaceae. COMMON ... Alstonia scholaris has some reputation as a remedy for dysentery (Bancroft, Bixby). Its alkaloid may prove more efficient ... The flowers resemble those of Alstonia constricta, but differ in having corolla tubes about three times as long as the calyx, ... Botanical Source.-Alstonia scholaris (Dita bark), is found throughout tropical Eastern Asia and the Malayan Archipelago ( ...
Alstonia trees are used in traditional medicine. The bark of the Alstonia constricta and the Alstonia scholaris is a source of ... Many Alstonia species are commercial timbers, called pule or pulai in Indonesia and Malaysia. Trees from the section Alstonia ... The Alstonia macrophylla is commonly known in Sri Lanka as Havari nuga or the wig banyan because of its distinct flower ... Alstonia trees are widespread and mostly not endangered. However a few species are very rare, such as A. annamensis, A. ...
... used as febrifuge, antiperiodic, spasmolytic, antidysenteric, uterine stimulant, hypotensive; used for ... Alstonia sp. is known as Fever Bark. A. constricta is native to Australia; A. scholaris to Australia and Southeast Asia. The ...
Alstonia rubiginose. These species are known to grow to be very tall, with some being recorded as attaining heights of up to ...
Khyade, M. S., Kasote, D. M., & Vaikos, N. P. (2014). Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. and Alstonia macrophylla Wall. ex G. Don: ... Alstonia congensis is a tall forest tree about 25-30 m high, the stem is cylindrical and it has a rough bark. ... Chime S.A, Ugwuoke E.C, Onyishi I.V, Brown S.A, O. G. . (2013). and Evaluation of Alstonia boonei Stem Bark Powder Tablets. ... Li, C. J., Chen, S., Sun, C., Zhang, L., Shi, X., & Wu, S. J. (2017). Cytotoxic monoterpenoid indole alkaloids from Alstonia ...
Nutrients in Alstonia Venenata. List of various diseases cured by Alstonia Venenata. How Alstonia Venenata is effective for ... Names of Alstonia Venenata in various languages of the world are also given. ... Alstonia Venenata is a tree.. It is deciduous.. It grows in a tropical climate.. It grows upto 6 M.. Best used for Snake Bite ...
Alstonia oleandrifolia Lodd. Nerium jaspideum Span. Invalid Cerium tinctorium Sweet Illegitimate Cerium tinctorium Roxb. ...
Alstonia scholaris. 100. 39.. Ruk mal (flower). Horsfieldia iryaghedi. 300. 40.. Wenivelgeta. Coscinium fenestratun. 7,000. ...
Alstonia alkaloids. VII. The structure of alstonidine.. BOAZ H, ELDERFIELD RC, SCHENKER E. ...
Landolphia, Alstonia, Aspidosperma). Rośliny z licznych rodzajów uprawiane są jako ozdobne (np. hoja, plumeria, trojeść, ...
H(020) snake, latex of Alstonia congensis, application on the open wound or VO. H(051) H(100) blennorrage, ONS de Alstonia ... Recipes : H(003) swelling,topical with the latex of Alstonia congensis H(091) fatigue, maceration of barks of Alstonia ... trunk of Alstonia congensis decoction, VO. H(068) vermifuge, barks of stems, trunk, branches of Alstonia congensis, leaves + ... Recipes : H(008), H(077), a bitter infusion of the bark of Alstonia congensis is drunk for diarrhea and nausea. H(020), the ...
  • Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa sebanyak 9 isolat bakteri endofit berhasil diisolasi dari kulit dan daun pulai (Alstonia scolaris), yaitu 1 isolat bakteri dari daun dan 3 isolat bakteri dari kulit pulai (Alstonia scolaris) diambil dari balai Materia Medika Batu, serta 3 isolat bakteri dari daun dan 2 isolat bakteri dari kulit pulai (Alstonia scolaris) diambil Kebun Raya Puwodadi Pasuruan. (uin-malang.ac.id)
  • Bitterbark, Quinine Tree, Australian Fever Bark - E Australia Alstonia coriacea Pancher & S.Moore - New Caledonia Alstonia costata R.Br. (wikipedia.org)
  • Toxicological and Histopathological Effects of Cheese Wood, Alstonia boonei De Wild Stem Bark Powder used as Cowpea Protectant against Cowpea Bruchid, Callosobruchus maculatus (Fab. (biopublisher.ca)
  • The antibacterial effect of the leaf, bark and leaf and bark combined of Alstonia boonei on bacterial pathogens, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Streptococcus pneumonia, Proteus mirabilis, Klebsiella pneumonia, Shigella dysenteriae and Salmonella typhimurium was determined using agar diffusion technique to investigate their efficacy as anti-bacterial agent. (academicjournals.org)