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Rhus coriaria L. (tanner’s sumac) is a perennial bush of the family Anacardiaceae that is distributed in Central Asia (South Pamir-Alai, Kopet Dag), the Caucases, Crimea, Iran, and Uzbekistan (Surkhandar ya and Tashkent Oblasts). Leaves of R. coriaria exhibit astringent, hemostatic, anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, antiseptic, and diuretic action .… (More)
The change in the content of sterols, tocopherols, and polyprenols during three phases of cotton ontogenesis that differ in genetic markers was studied. The content of these components of self-marking strains and their parental varieties is compared
The perennial herbaceous plant Alhagi pseudalhagi (M. Bieb.)Desv. (Fabaceae) (camelthorn) is broadly distributed in nature and is a rich source of proanthocyanidins. It contains tanning agents, several flavonoids (quercetin, avicularin, quercitrin), essential oil, carotene (4.7–4.9 mg%), vitamin C (57–450 mg%), vitamin K1, sugars (2.65%), silicic acid… (More)
The genus Althaea (Malvaceae) is represented by three species distributed in the northern Caucasus, the Volga region, eastern and western Siberia, Ukraine, southern regions of Belarus, and Central Asia. Root of Althaea is widely used in medicine as an expectorant and a coating, mitigant, and anti-inflammatory agent for diseases of the respiratory tract .… (More)
Trees or bushes of the genus Morus (mulberry) have been cultivated since antiquity. Mainly two species grow in Uzbekistan, M. alba and M. nigra. These species also include little studied varieties such as khasak-tut (used to feed silk worms), balkhi-tut (for fruit), ilon-tut and plakuchaya (as decorative plants), and shotut (M. nigra, for fruit) . Three… (More)
A method of isolating the total isoprenoids and their separate components from cotton leaves was developed. Their effect on the level of protein biosynthesis by cotton-sprout nuclei was found to be greater in vivo than in vitro. α-Tocopherol was found to be the most active among them.
Polyprenols from leaves of Rhus coriaria were studied. It was shown that they occurred in bound and free forms and consisted of polyprenol homologs with 10–13 isoprene units. The compositions of the homologs were determined using HPLC. The dominant prenols were undeca- and dodecaprenols.
A polyprenols fraction was extracted form cotton leaves. Their chemical structure was demonstrated and quantitative contents were estimated and standardized. Polyprenols from cotton leaves were found to have gastroprotective activity in “stress,” acetylsalicylic acid, and ethanol models of ulcers, and to have therapeutic activity in models of chronic ulcers… (More)