Comparative pharmacognosy of Pyrrosia petiolosa and Pyrrosia davidii

  title={Comparative pharmacognosy of Pyrrosia petiolosa and Pyrrosia davidii},
  author={Dandan Cheng and Yingying Zhang and Xiaowei Xin and Demin Gao},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Farmacognosia-brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy},
orphoanatomical and physicochemical profile of Piper callosum : aluable assessment for its quality control olf
Piper callosum Ruiz & Pav., Piperaceae, popularly known as “elixir-paregórico” and “matricá” in Brazil, is used in folk medicine to treat gonorrhea, general pain, and digestive disorders, and has
Caracterização farmacognóstica de Piper arboreum var. arboreum e P. tuberculatum (Piperaceae)
The aim of this study was to prepare and characterize leaf and stem herbal drugs of both species using standard methods aiming to establish parameters for botanical authentication and purity degree for their quality control.
The characterization parameters of the present study may serve as a reference standard for proper authentication, identification and for distinguishing the plant from its adulterants.
Morphological and anatomical study of four Pyrrosia (Polypodiaeae) species from Rumbai forest, Riau Province, Indonesia
Sofiyanti N, Sari AK, Iriani D, Mutrofin R, Taufiq I, Juliantari E, Pranata S. 2021. Morphological and anatomical study of four Pyrrosia (Polypodiaeae) species from Rumbai forest, Riau Province,
Antibacterial activity of Pyrrosia petiolosa ethyl acetate extract against Staphylococcus aureus by decreasing hla and sea virulence genes
The results of anti-microbial assay revealed that PPEAE had strong inhibitory activity against S. aureus, andalysing test result exhibited that eugenol made a great contribution to antibacterial activity.
Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical Evaluation Leaves Extract of Garcinia daedalanthera
Background: Garcinia daedalanthera is an Indonesian plant where commonly found in Sulawesi, Indonesia and spread out in the forest. Garcinia daedalanthera is one of Clusiaceae family that have been
Chemical Components and Antibacterial Activity of the Essential Oil of Six Pyrrosia Species
The antimicrobial assays showed that the essential oils from Pyrrosia samples exhibited a broad‐spectrum antimicrobial activity, however, P. lingua had the highest antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 25923) with a minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 2.5 μL/mL.


Evaluation of antiurolithic effect and the possible mechanisms of Desmodium styracifolium and Pyrrosiae petiolosa in rats
Medium and high dose Ds has beneficial effect in preventing CaOx stone formation by rising urinary Citrate excretion, decreasing urinary calcium, diuresis, and antioxidative effects, and although high dose Pp has relatively weak prophylaxis, it indicates significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Flavonoids from Pyrrosia petiolosa (Christ) Ching
A new kaempferol glycoside was isolated from the EtOH extract of Pyrrosia petiolosa together with six known flavonoids already reported from the same plant.
Preliminary phytochemical and pharmacognostical evaluation of Carissa spinarum leaves
Phytochemical screening of various extract of C. spinarum leaves revealed that phytoconstituents are alkaloids, tannin, glycoside, steroids and carbohydrates are present in plant.
Botanical pharmacognosy of stem of Gmelina asiatica Linn
The present report describes the botanical pharmacognostical characters of stem and a note to differentiate it from root.
Chemical constituents of Pyrrosia petiolosa
The new flavone diglycoside 7-O-[6-O-(α-L-arabifuranosyl)-β-D-glucopyranosyl]-gossypetin, named as pyrropetioside, along with 13 known compounds have been isolated from Pyrrosia petiolosa.
[Ultraviolet absorption spectrum analysis and identification of medicinal plants of Paris].
The method evaluated Paris of different species and from different producing areas, and also quantitatively assessed the arbitrary two samples, clarified the similarity between the species and areas of Paris, which provided basis of distinguishing the real and false, identification of variety and quality evaluation for Chinese herbal medicine.
Anthelminthic and antiallergic activities of Mangifera indica L. stem bark components Vimang and mangiferin
Since IgE plays a key role in the pathogenesis of allergic diseases, these results suggest that Vimang and mangiferin may be useful in the treatment of diseases of this type.
[Identification of foliumn pyrrosiae from different habitats and species by HPLC fingerprint].
The HPLC fingerprint method is stable and reliable with a good reproducibility and provides a reference standard for identifying Folium Pyrrosiae from different habitats and species.
The pharmacognosy of Humulus lupulus L. (hops) with an emphasis on estrogenic properties.