Dinesh C. S. Bisht

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Persea duthiei King ex Hook. f. syn. Machilus duthiei King ex Hook. f. is a small or medium-sized evergreen tree widely distributed around Nainital, ascending to 2500 m. The fruit is a globular black drupe. The root stocks are acrid, bitter, pungent, heating, and astringent and are generally used in inflammation, asthma, pain, foul breath, bronchitis,(More)
The leaf terpenoid compositions of nine Lauraceae species, viz., Neolitsea pallens, Lindera pulcherrima, Dodecadenia grandiflora, Persea duthiei, Persea odoratissima, Persea gamblei, Phoebe lanceolata, Cinnamomum tamala, and Cinnamomum camphora, collected from the Himalayan region (India) were examined by GC, GC/MS, and NMR analyses in order to determine(More)
The terpenoid composition of essential oils from the leaves of five Elsholtzia species, viz., E. eriostachya Benth., E. cristata Willd., E. polystachya Benth., E. flava Benth., and E. pilosa Benth., collected from the Himalayan region (India), was examined by GC, GC/MS, and NMR analyses. Comparison of the results with previous reports revealed new(More)
The essential oil composition of the aerial parts of Nepeta erecta Benth. (Family: Lamiaceae) from Uttarakhand, India was analysed by capillary gas chromatography (GC) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). A total of 34 constituents were identified representing 94.6% of the oil composition. Oxygenated monoterpenes (74.0%) constituted the major(More)
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