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Revitalizing Traditional Herbal Therapy by Exploring Medicinal Plants : A Case Study of Uttaranchal State in India
Forests play key roles in the lives of people living in both mountains and lowland areas by supplying fresh water and a diversity of valuable forest products. Among the various kinds of forestExpand
A new secoiridoid glycoside from Lonicera angustifolia.
A new secoiridoid glycoside, 6'-O-beta-apiofuranosylsweroside (1), together with the known compounds sweroside, loganin, beta-sitosterol, oleanolic acid, ursolic acid and methyl-4-hydroxy benzoateExpand
Naturally occurring saponins: Chemistry and biology
13 C NMR and Mass spectroscopy. Saponins possess several biological activities such as antioxidant, immunostimulant, antihepatotoxic, antibacterial, anticarcinogenic, antidiarrheal, antiulcerogenic,Expand
Chemical Constituents and Antioxidant Activity of Mallotus roxburghianus Leaves
Mallotus roxburghianus is used in the traditional medicine in North‐Eastern India, but previously no work has been done on the identification of bioactive compounds. Two new compounds,Expand
Spirostanol glycoside from fruits of Asparagus officinalis
Abstract A spirostanol glycoside was isolated, together with some known compounds, from the methanolic extract of the fruits of Asparagus officinalis and characterized by chemical and spectralExpand
High-performance liquid chromatography analysis of plant saponins: An update 2005-2010
Saponins are widely distributed in plant kingdom. In view of their wide range of biological activities and occurrence as complex mixtures, saponins have been purified and separated byExpand
Plant growth inhibitors (Proanthocyanidins) from Prunus armeniaca
Abstract A field survey in Prunus armeniaca growing areas of Garhwal Himalaya was conducted with reference to the germination and growth of some companion crops at various sites of different soilExpand
A methyl ester of melilotoside from the sapwood of Prunus cornuta
A new methyl ester of melilotoside, methyl-o-coumarate-β-d-glucoside, has been characterized from the sapwood of Prunus cornuta.