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Systematic evaluation of natural phenolic antioxidants from 133 Indian medicinal plants
Molecular phylogenetic identification of endophytic fungi isolated from three Artemisia species
Molecular phylogeny of Ceropegia (Asclepiadoideae, Apocynaceae) from Indian Western Ghats
It can be concluded that the classical morphology-based delineation of the two Ceropegia and Brachystelma needs revision to reflect their phylogenetic relationships, which are more in accordance with their geographical origin than with morphology.
Molecular phylogenetics and historical biogeography of the Meiogyne–Fitzalania clade (Annonaceae): Generic paraphyly and late Miocene–Pliocene diversification in Australasia and the Pacific
On the systematic position of some Asian enigmatic genera of Asclepiadoideae (Apocynaceae)
The study confirms the generally accepted tribal and subtribal structure of the subfamily Asclepiadoideae and confirms the need for a placement of Eustegia as an independent tribe.
Spiranthes himalayensis (Orchidaceae, Orchidoideae) a new species from Asia
S. himalayensis is described as a new species based primarily on molecular phylogenetic evidence followed by morphological comparison with other Asian Spiranthes species and shows close affinity to S. nivea which is endemic to Taiwan.
Generic delimitation and historical biogeography in the early-divergent 'ambavioid' lineage of Annonaceae: Cananga, Cyathocalyx and Drepananthus
Generic delimitation of Cyathocalyx and Drepananthus has been controversial, with some authors recognizing them as distinct genera, and others recognizing a more broadly defined Cyathocalyx,…
Antioxidant properties and principal phenolic phytochemicals of Indian medicinal plants from Asclepiadoideae and Periplocoideae
- S. Surveswaran, Yi-Zhong Cai, J. Xing, H. Corke, Mei Sun
- Chemistry, MedicineNatural product research
- 5 February 2010
The highly significant and positive correlations between total antioxidant capacity parameters and total phenolic content indicated that the phenolic compounds contributed significantly to the antioxidant activity of the tested plant samples.
Reconstructing the macroevolutionary patterns of aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) using nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences
Generic identity of Camptorrhiza indica (Colchicaceae) based on cytogenetics and molecular phylogenetics
Molecular phylogenetic studies based on atpB‐rbcL, rps16, trnL, and trnF regions showed that C. indica is nested within a lineage of Indian Iphigenia species, and the genus Camptorrhiza is now a monotypic genus restricted only to southern Africa.