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January-March 2015 | Vol 7 | Issue  1
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Review Article
Review on Polygonum minus. Huds, a commonly used food additive in Southeast Asia
Parayil Varghese Christapher, Subramani Parasuraman, Josephine Maria Arokiaswamy Christina, Mohd. Zaini Asmawi, Murugaiyah Vikneswaran
Polygonum minus (Polygonaceae), generally known as 'kesum' in Malaysia is among the most commonly used food additive, flavoring agent and traditionally used to treat stomach and body aches. Raw...
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Review Article
Minerals salt composition and secondary metabolites of Euphorbia hirta Linn., an antihyperglycemic plant
N'Guessan Bra Yvette Fofie, Rokia Sanogo, Kiyinlma Coulibaly, Diénéba Kone Bamba
Phytochemical study and research on acute toxicity were performed on the aerial parts (leaves and stems) of Euphorbia hirta Linn. The phytochemical screening and chromatography revealed the pre...
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Original Article
Chemical Constituents from the Leaves of Euphorbia ammak Growing in Saudi Arabia
Essam Abdel-Sattar, Dina Abou-Hussein, Frank Petereit
Investigation of the chloroform extract of Euphorbia ammak leaves led to the isolation of three compounds: euphol (1), α-glutinol (2) and stigmasterol (3) Their structures were elucidated ...
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