0975-6299 Solanum Torvum : a Review of Its Traditional Uses , Phytochemistry

@inproceedings{Jaiswal201209756299ST,
  title={0975-6299 Solanum Torvum : a Review of Its Traditional Uses , Phytochemistry},
  author={B. Shruti Jaiswal},
  year={2012}
}
Solanum torvum Swartz (family: Solanaceae) is commonly known as turkey berry. This plant is found in tropical Africa, Asia and South America. S. torvum, is an important medicinal plant in tropical and subtropical countries is widely used like food and in folk medicine around the world. This aims a comprehensive of the chemical constituents, pharmacological, and clinical uses. A number of metabolites are in good yield and some have been shown to possess useful biological activities belonging… CONTINUE READING

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