Antifertility activity of Drosera burmannii

@article{Madhavan2009AntifertilityAO,
  title={Antifertility activity of Drosera burmannii},
  author={Varadharajan Madhavan and Basnett Hema Prem Kumar and Anita Murali and Sunkam Yoganarasimhan},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={128 - 131}
}
The alcohol and aqueous extracts of the whole plant of Drosera burmannii Vahl (Droseraceae) were studied for antifertility activity using an anti-implantation model in female Wistar rats of normal estrus cycle, after overnight cohabitation with males of proven fertility. The day when spermatozoa were detected in the vaginal smear was treated as the first day of pregnancy. The extracts at two dose levels each were administered to female rats from day 1 to day 7 of pregnancy. On day 10, the rats… 

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