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Determination of pergolide in horse plasma by UPLC-MS/MS for pharmacokinetic applications.
Environmental risk assessment of compost prepared from salvinia, egeria densa, and alligator weed.
- C. Dorahy, A. Pirie, I. Barchia
- Environmental Science, MedicineJournal of environmental quality
- 1 July 2009
The results demonstrate composting is an effective method of reducing the viability of aquatic and terrestrial weeds, however, mortality of alligator weed was significantly correlated with the temperature within the windrows and the length of time the material was subjected to composting.
Modulation of flavonoid and tannin production of Carpobrotus rossii by environmental conditions
Hypolipidaemic effect of crude extract from Carpobrotus rossii (pigface) in healthy rats.
Erosion Control Performance of Compost Prepared from Harvested Aquatic Weed
A rainfall simulator was used to measure the ability of compost prepared from harvested aquatic weed (AWC) to reduce runoff and erosion from experimental plots compared with a bare earth control and…
Pharmacokinetics of intravenous continuous rate infusions of sodium benzylpenicillin and ceftiofur sodium in adult horses.
- S. Edwards, Shahid Khalfan, G. Jacobson, A. Pirie, S. Raidal
- MedicineAmerican journal of veterinary research
To determine plasma drug concentrations after IV administration of a bolus followed by continuous rate infusion of sodium benzylpenicillin and ceftiofur sodium to healthy adult horses, the loading dose and CRI used less drug but maintained high plasma concentrations for the duration of infusion.
Risks and Benefits Associated with using Compost Prepared from Harvested Aquatic Weed for Improving Land Condition
Glucose tolerance is improved by supplementation with carpobrotus rossii flavonoids in insulin resistant mice
Ecophysiology of Carpobrotus rossii in Tasmania: Linking plant’s antioxidant pctivity with a natural habitat
Results suggest that production of tannin and flavonoid metabolites is not controlled by a single variable alone, but through an interplay of variables linked to oxidative stress in the plant.