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The effects of composite coatings containing chitosan and Mentha (piperita L. or x villosa Huds) essential oil on postharvest mold occurrence and quality of table grape cv. Isabella
•Coatings comprising chitosan and Mentha spp. essential oil inhibited mold occurrence.•Test coatings delayed the appearance of postharvest mold infection in table grapes.•Test coatings did notExpand
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Coatings comprising chitosan and Mentha piperita L. or Mentha × villosa Huds essential oils to prevent common postharvest mold infections and maintain the quality of cherry tomato fruit.
In this study, we evaluated the efficacy of coatings comprising shrimp chitosan (CHI) and Mentha piperita L. (MPEO) or Mentha × villosa Huds (MVEO) essential oils to control mold infections caused byExpand
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Flavonoids from Praxelis clematidea R.M. King and Robinson Modulate Bacterial Drug Resistance
Chemical studies of Praxelis clematidea R.M. King & Robinson resulted in the isolation of six flavones: Apigenine, genkwanine, 7,4’-dimethylapigenin, trimethylapigenin, cirsimaritin andExpand
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Composition and Molluscicidal Properties of Essential Oils from Leaves of Xylopia langsdorffiana A. St. Hil. et Tul. (Annonaceae)
Abstract The volatile fraction of Xylopia langsdorffiana leaves was analyzed by GC and GC/M S and tested for molluscicidal activity. With this methodology 19 different components were identified inExpand
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O Ácido (8)17,12E,14-labdatrieno-18-óico (labdano302), diterpeno tipo labdano isolado de Xylopia langsdorffiana St. Hil. & Tul. (Annonaceae) relaxa a traquéia isolada de cobaia
Xylopia langsdorfiana St. Hil. & Tul. is popularly known as "pimenteira-da-terra" in Southeast of Brazil. The fractionation of the ethanol extract obtained from the stem-bark of this species yieldedExpand
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Bioactivities of the Genus Combretum (Combretaceae): A Review
The Combretaceae is a large family of herbs, shrubs and trees, comprising about 20 genera and 600 species with tropical distribution around the globe and centers of diversity in Africa and Asia. SomeExpand
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Antimicrobial, Antiproliferative and Proapoptotic Activities of Extract, Fractions and Isolated Compounds from the Stem of Erythroxylum caatingae Plowman
In the study, we have examined the antitumor and antimicrobial activities of the methanol extract, the fractions, a fraction of total alkaloids and two alkaloids isolated from the stem ofExpand
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First Chemical Constituents from Cordia exaltata Lam and Antimicrobial Activity of Two Neolignans
The phytochemical study of Cordia exaltata Lam. (Boraginaceae) led to the isolation, through chromatographic techniques, of nineteen secondary metabolites:Expand
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Calcium channel blockade as a target for the cardiovascular effects induced by the 8 (17), 12E, 14-labdatrien-18-oic acid (labdane-302).
The cardiovascular effects induced by labdane-302, a diterpene isolated from the stems of Xylopia langsdorffianna St. Hill and Tull, were evaluated in male Wistar rats. In normotensive, consciousExpand
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