Subash Chandra Verma

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A simple and fast method was developed using RP-HPLC for separation and quantitative determination of vanillin and related phenolic compounds in ethanolic extract of pods of Vanilla planifolia. Ten phenolic compounds, namely 4-hydroxybenzyl alcohol, vanillyl alcohol, 3,4-dihydroxybenzaldehyde, 4-hydroxybenzoic acid, vanillic acid, 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde,(More)
Microwave-assisted extraction (MAE), ultrasound-assisted extraction (UAE) and conventional extraction of vanillin and its quantification by HPLC in pods of Vanilla planifolia is described. A range of nonpolar to polar solvents were used for the extraction of vanillin employing MAE, UAE and conventional methods. Various extraction parameters such as nature(More)
Locational variations in the quantity of five hydroxyanthraquinone derivatives (emodin glycoside (1), chrysophanol glycoside (2), emodin (3), chrysophanol (4) and physcion (5)) in the rhizomes of Rheum emodi are described. A simple and reliable method was developed for quantitation of compounds (1-5) in the methanolic extract of rhizomes of R. emodi using(More)
Arjunic acid and arjunolic acid are main bioactive components of Terminalia arjuna stem bark and reported for various biological activities. In this study, microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) of arjunic and arjunolic acid from stem bark of T. arjuna was investigated with developed and validated HPLC-PDA method, which resulted in the isolation of a novel(More)
Shikonin and its derivatives are important red colored naphthoquinone pigments found in a large number of Arnebia species, including A. euchroma, that are responsible for the various pharmacological activities exhibited by the plant. The precise separation of each naphthoquinone is essential for total quality evaluation and bioactivity analysis of herbal(More)
Ursolic acid (UA) is the most important bioactive phytoconstituent of Eucalyptus × hybrida Maiden leaves and exhibits anticancer, antimutagenic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, and antiprotozoal activities. In this study, microwave-assisted extraction technique was employed for rapid isolation of UA from the leaves of Eucalyptus × hybrida and(More)
Die bengalische «Gram»-Pflanze (Cicer arietinum L.) ist in Samenschale, Cotyledonen und Restteile des Embryos zerlegt worden. In diesen Fragmenten wurde die Verteilung von Protein, Extraktstoffen, Asche, Faseranteilen sowie Calzium, Phosphor und Eisen näher untersucht. In den relativ massiven Samenschalen fand sich auffallend viel Calcium, während die(More)
Sixty cases of traumatic cataract in 5 years due to occupational and environmental hazards were studied to highlight mode of trauma, structural damage; management profile and final visual outcome. Thirty six (60%) cases had mechanical trauma whereas 18 (30%) cases had injuries due to non metalic or organic substances. Industrial accidents were responsible(More)
Induct ion of tuberisat ion in pota to plants is believed to result f rom a graf t t ransmiss ible s t imulus which may be I'ormed either in the foliage or the mo the r tuber (see chapters by BOOTH, MADEC, SLAIER and references cited therein, in : Tile Growth of lhe Potato, Proc. IOlh Easter Sch. agric. Sci., Univ. Noll., 1963). That the foliage synthesizes(More)
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