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Chemical composition of essential oil of Psidium guajava L. growing in Tunisia
The chemical composition of the essential oils from leaves and stems of Psidium guajava, grown in Tunisia were determined by gas chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry GC–MS. Twenty-oneExpand
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In vitro digestion, antioxidant and antiacetylcholinesterase activities of two species of Ruta: Ruta chalepensis and Ruta montana
Abstract Context: Ruta genus (Rutaceae) is abundantly used and described in the most ancient systematic records of medical practice of the Mediterranean world. In Tunisia, this genus is representedExpand
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Phenolic profiling and antioxidant capacity of Calligonum azel Maire, a Tunisian desert plant.
The comprehensive phenolic fingerprint of Calligonum azel Maire plant fractions, collected from the Tunisian Desert, have been assessed for the first time as a source of natural antioxidants. TotalExpand
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Adjustments in leaf water relations of wild wheat relative Aegilops geniculata Roth. and wheat ( Triticum durum Desf.) plants grown in a salinity gradient
In order to study salt effect on wild and cultivated wheat, three accessions of Aegilops genicula Roth. (wild wheat) from Ain Zana, Zaghouan, and Sbitla and a variety of Triticum durum L. (cultivatedExpand
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Variations in the morphological characteristics of Stipa tenacissima fiber: The case of Tunisia
a b s t r a c t Esparto fibers are cellulose-based fibers extracted from esparto (Stipa tenacissima) leaves. Morphologi- cal characteristics (length, width, and coarseness) of esparto fibers areExpand
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Variability of two essential oils of Ammi visnaga (L.) Lam. a traditional Tunisian medicinal plant
This study deals with the valorization of medicinal and aromatic plants of the Tunisian flora, in order to find new bioactive natural products. The essential oil constituents from the fruits of AmmiExpand
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Barks Essential Oil, Secondary Metabolites and Biological Activities of Four Organs of Tunisian Calligonum azel Maire
This study is the first to investigate the chemical composition of barks essential oil (EO), secondary metabolites and biological activities of the MeOH and infusions extracts of seeds, leaves, barksExpand
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Responses of leaf growth and gas exchanges to salt stress during reproductive stage in wild wheat relative Aegilopsgeniculata Roth. and wheat (Triticumdurum Desf.)
In order to investigate the effect of salinity on the growth and photosynthesis of the wild wheat and wheat, three accessions of Aegilops geniculata from Ain Zana, Zaghouan and Sbitla and one varietyExpand
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Evaluation of Calligonum azel Maire, a North African desert plant, for its nutritional potential as a sustainable food and feed.
This study is the first to evaluate the potential of Calligonum azel Maire as a food ingredient. The plant materials flowers, leaves, stems and roots were analyzed by wet-chemical and instrumentalExpand
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Seasonal effect on the chemical composition of the leaves of Stipa tenacissima L. and implications for pulp properties
Abstract Esparto (Stipa tenacissima) is a highly fibrous herbaceous plant. In addition, the fiber properties (suppleness, thinness, and cellulose content) make this plant a valuable raw material forExpand
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