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Determination of some toxic and essential metal ions in medicinal and edible plants from Mali.
- A. Maiga, D. Diallo, R. Bye, B. Paulsen
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 1 March 2005
Iron, manganese, and zinc were found in high concentrations in some of the plants, i.e., 1.4 and 1.5 mg/g iron in Cuminum cyminum and Bombax costatum and B. costatum, respectively, whereas cobalt and cadmium were not detected in any of the plant material studied.
Wound Healing Plants in Mali, the Bamako Region. An Ethnobotanical Survey and Complement Fixation of Water Extracts from Selected Plants
- D. Diallo, Cecilie Sogn, Fatoumata B. Samaké, B. Paulsen, T. Michaelsen, A. Keita
- 1 January 2002
Identification of 123 species, belonging to 50 families, used for wound healing in the Bamako region of Mali, was performed in this study. The fifteen species that were most frequently cited by the…
Extracellular carbohydrate polymers from five desert soil algae with different cohesion in the stabilization of fine sand grain
Ethnopharmacological survey of different uses of seven medicinal plants from Mali, (West Africa) in the regions Doila, Kolokani and Siby
- A. Togola, D. Diallo, Seydou Dembele, H. Barsett, B. Paulsen
- MedicineJournal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine
- 27 September 2005
It was showed that people are still dependent on medicinal plants in these rural areas of Mali, with a high degree of informant consensus for the species and their medicinal indications between the healers interviewed.
STUDIES ON POLYSACCHARIDES FROM THREE EDIBLE SPECIES OF NOSTOC (CYANOBACTERIA) WITH DIFFERENT COLONY MORPHOLOGIES: COMPARISON OF MONOSACCHARIDE COMPOSITIONS AND VISCOSITIES OF POLYSACCHARIDES FROM…
The polymer preparations from field colonies had higher kinematic viscosities than those from correspondingsuspension cultures and suggested that they might be suitable for industrial uses.
Use of herbal drugs during pregnancy among 600 Norwegian women in relation to concurrent use of conventional drugs and pregnancy outcome.
Attitudes and use of medicinal plants during pregnancy among women at health care centers in three regions of Mali, West-Africa
- C. S. Nergård, Thi Phung Than Ho, D. Diallo, N. Ballo, B. Paulsen, H. Nordeng
- MedicineJournal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
- 9 October 2015
An extensive use and knowledge of medicinal plants during pregnancy in three regions in Mali was showed, however, exclusive use of medicinal Plants as treatment of malaria and urinary tract infections during pregnancy may pose a health risk for the mother and her unborn child.
Medicinal use of Cochlospermum tinctorium in Mali Anti-ulcer-, radical scavenging- and immunomodulating activities of polymers in the aqueous extract of the roots.
RELATIVE INCREASE OF DEOXY SUGARS DURING MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF AN EXTRACELLULAR POLYSACCHARIDE RELEASED BY A TROPICAL FRESHWATER THALASSIOSIRA SP. (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE) 1
The decay patterns of the monosaccharides were varied and the deoxy sugars, fucose and rhamnose, were degraded at a slower rate than the other components, increasing their relative concentrations and the hydrophobic feature of the EPS.