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In Vitro Trypanocidal and Antibacterial Activities of Essential Oils from Four Species of the Family Annonaceae
- Márcia Bay, João Vitor Souza de Oliveira, Paulo Teixeira de Sousa Junior
- BiologyChemistry & biodiversity
- 1 November 2019
The results of trypanocidal activity showed that the essential oils of the four species were active at the tested concentrations, with G. punctata essential oil being the most active, with IC50=0.029 μg/mL, and selectivity index (SI)=32, being 34 times more active than the reference drug benznidazole.
Antioxidant Activity and Characterization of the Essential oil from the Roots of Piper Marginatum Jacq.
Piper marginatum is traditionally known as "caapeba cheirosa" or "malvarisco", it is a medicinal plant native from Central and South America; its parts are traditionally used in folk medicine to…
Qualitative analysis of phytoplankton from a fish farm in Alvorada d ́Oeste, Rondônia, Brazil
- R. C. D. Costa, F. M. Figueiredo, Márcia Bay, Cláudio Brandão de Queiroz, Fernanda Bay-Hurtado
- Environmental Science
Aquaculture is one of the segments for animal production with the fastest growth worldwide. The survey of the phytoplankton community in these environments allows establishing more efficient forms of…