Antidiabetic effect of Punica granatum flowers: effect on hyperlipidemia, pancreatic cells lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzymes in experimental diabetes.
- Priyanka Bagri, M. Ali, V. Aeri, M. Bhowmik, S. Sultana
- BiologyFood and Chemical Toxicology
Low-Cost Aquifer Storage and Recovery: Implications for Improving Drinking Water Access for Rural Communities in Coastal Bangladesh
- S. Sultana, Kazi Matin Uddin Ahmed, Yan Zheng
- Engineering, Environmental Science
- 1 March 2015
AbstractFresh water resources are scarce in rural communities in the southern deltaic plains of Bangladesh where both shallow and deep groundwater is frequently brackish, and fresh water ponds have…
Screening of siderophore-producing salt-tolerant rhizobacteria suitable for supporting plant growth in saline soils with iron limitation
- S. Sultana, S. Alam, M. Karim
- 1 April 2021
New flavonoids from Punica granatum flowers
- Priyanka Bagri, M. Ali, S. Sultana, V. Aeri
- ChemistryChemistry of Natural Compounds
- 19 May 2010
Two new flavonoids were isolated from the flowers of Punica granatum Linn. (Punicaceae) along with the known compounds ellagic acid, gallic acid, sucrose, and gallic acid glycoside. The structures of…
Bioactive Natural Antivirals: An Updated Review of the Available Plants and Isolated Molecules
- S. Mohan, Manal Mohamed Elhassan Taha, A. Khalid
- 22 October 2020
The major conclusion is that plant extracts and their isolated pure compounds are essential sources for the current viral infections and useful for future challenges.
Effect of Zn Fertilizer on soil status after Rice cultivation
- M. Mollah, S. Sultana, Hossen
The availability of zinc micronutrient has importance in plant for growth and yielding, soil for fertility and enzymatic metabolic activities to improve the crop production. The experiment was…
Phytochemical, Cytotoxic, and Antimicrobial Evaluation of the Fruits of Miswak Plant, Salvadora persica L.
- M. Al Bratty, H. Makeen, A. Khalid
- ChemistryJournal of chemistry
- 29 May 2020
Salvadora persica L. (Salvadoraceae) is an evergreen shrub growing in the Middle East, Africa, and Southern Asia. It is traditionally known as “miswak” and used as toothbrushes and for the treatment…
Determination of Antibacterial, Antioxidant and Cytotoxicity Effect of Indigofera tinctoria on Lung Cancer Cell Line NCI-h69
- K. Renukadevi, S. Sultana
- 1 March 2011
Steroidal constituents of rice (Rryza sativa) hulls with algicidal and herbicidal activity against blue-green algae and duckweed.
- I. Chung, M. Ali, Bo-Ram Seo
- ChemistryPhytochemical Analysis
- 1 March 2007
In bioassays with blue-green algae and duckweed, the efficacy of bioactivity of the two new compounds linearly increased as the concentration increased from 0.3 to 300 IgM, and compound 2 appears to have a strong potential for the environmentally friendly control of weed and algae that are harmful to water-logged rice.
Isolation and identification of salt-tolerant plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and its application for rice cultivation under salt stress.
- S. Sultana, Sumon Paul, M. Karim
- Medicine, ChemistryCanadian Journal of Microbiology (print)
- 12 November 2019
Fertilization by osmoprotectant-producing PGPR of rice could be therefore a climate-change-preparedness strategy for coastal agriculture.