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Chemical Composition of Essential Oils of Eucalyptus from Bénin: Eucalyptus citriodora and E. camaldulensis. Influence of Location, Harvest Time, Storage of Plants and Time of Steam Distillation
Abstract The yields of essential oils obtained from dried leaves of Eucalyptus citriodora and E. camaldulensis ranged according to the location between 2.3% and 5.9% for E. citriodora and between
Aromatic plants of Rwanda. II. Chemical composition of essential oils of ten Eucalyptus species growing in Ruhande Arboretum, Butare, Rwanda
Abstract The essential oils of ten Eucalyptus species grown in Rwanda have been examined by GC/MS. More than 100 compounds were characterized in the oils. E. maidenii and E. smithii oils were found
Essential Oil of Hyssopus officinalis L., Lamiaceae of Montenegro Origin
ABSTRACT The essential oil was obtained (0.66%) from the aerial plant parts of wild Hyssopus officinalis L., which was collected around Petnjica (Montenegro). It was examined by a combination of GC
Chemical Composition of Eucalyptus globulus Oils from the Montenegro Coast and East Coast of Spain
ABSTRACT The essential oils obtained from the leaves, bare branches, flower buds and mature fruits of Eucalyptus globulus Labill, collected along the Montenegro seaboard in Yugoslavia, and in the
Chronopharmacokinetic and bioequivalence studies of two formulations of trimipramine after oral administration in man
The effect of administration time was more obvious for the solution as shown by a lower quantitative absorption as well as a delay in time to reach the maximal concentration, compared with the ty1/2 β, which was about 10 hours and the mean MRT value was 11 hours.
New cysteamine (2-chloroethyl)nitrosoureas. Synthesis and preliminary antitumor results.
Among these compounds, two of them exhibited a greater antitumor activity compared to that of the parent mixture, and are plasma metabolites of CNCC, a promising antineoplastic (2-chloroethyl)nitrosourea.
Metabolic disposition of 2-chloroethyl nitrosocarbamoylcystamine in rats.
It was observed, after analysis of plasma taken at timed intervals after administration, that little radioactivity co-chromatographed with the parent compound, but chromatographic analysis provided evidence for the formation of four main metabolites.