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Antimicrobial and acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activities of Buddleja salviifolia (L.) Lam. leaf extracts and isolated compounds.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Buddleja salviifolia leaves are used for the treatment of eye infections and neurodegenerative conditions by various tribes in South Africa. AIM OF STUDY This studyExpand
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Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and in silico studies of Buddleja salviifolia (L). Lam leaf constituents
Abstract Buddleja salviifolia leaves are used for the treatment of eye infections and neurodegenerative conditions in South Africa. Three phenolic compounds identified as 4′-hydroxyphenyl ethylExpand
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Effect of vermicompost leachate in Ceratotheca triloba under nutrient deficiency
Ceratotheca triloba (Bernh.) Hook.f. commonly known as an African foxglove is an indigenous plant which occurs in most parts of South Africa. The species is commonly consumed as a leafy vegetable andExpand
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Identification and characterization of potential bioactive compounds from the leaves of Leucosidea sericea.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Leucosidea sericea is a southern African tree used for treating different diseases including microbial infections and inflammatory-related conditions. AIM OF THEExpand
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An ethnobotanical study of plants used for the treatment of eye infections in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
Information on medicinal plants, used by the people of the Eastern Cape for the treatment of eye infections, was collected through questionnaires which were administered to herbalists, traditionalExpand
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Bioactive molecules derived from smoke and seaweed Ecklonia maxima showing phytohormone-like activity in Spinacia oleracea L.
Bioactive compounds such as karrikinolide (KAR1 from smoke) and eckol (from the seaweed Ecklonia maxima) show promising effects on several important crop plants. These plant growth-stimulatingExpand
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Antimicrobial, antioxidant and cytotoxicity of isolated compounds from leaves of Pappea capensis
Abstract Pappea capensis is a medicinal plant widely used in the management of eye infections, sexually transmitted infections and as an aphrodisiac in South Africa. Two flavonoidsExpand
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Enhancing growth, phytochemical constituents and aphid resistance capacity in cabbage with foliar application of eckol--a biologically active phenolic molecule from brown seaweed.
Although foliar application of seaweed extracts on plant growth and development has and is extensively studied, reliable knowledge and understanding of the mode of action of particular compound(s)Expand
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Effect of administration of aqueous extract of hippobromus pauciflorus leaves in male Wistar rats.
The effect of administration of aqueous extract of Hippobromus pauciflorus (L.f.) Radlk (Sapindaceae) leaves at 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight for 14 days on some biochemical parameters in maleExpand
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In vitro antimicrobial activity of extracts and an isolated compound from Boscia albitrunca leaves
Abstract Boscia albitrunca is a medicinal plant widely used in the management of eye related ailments and haemorrhoid diseases. Repeated column fractionation of the n-butanol fraction of a 20%Expand
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