Evaluation of antimicrobial properties of Achillea L. flower head extracts

@article{Karaalp2009EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of antimicrobial properties of Achillea L. flower head extracts},
  author={Canan Karaalp and Ayşe Nur Yurtman and Nefise Ulku Karabay Yavasoglu},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={86 - 91}
}
Thirty-nine extracts obtained from flower heads of 13 Achillea species [A. multifida (DC.) Boiss., A teretifolia Waldst.&Kitt., A. schischkinii Sosn., A. setacea Waldst.&Kitt., A. crithmifolia Waldst.&Kitt., A. falcata L., A. biebersteinii Afan, A. coarctata Poir., A. millefolium L. subsp. pannonica (Scheele) Hayek., A. clypeolata Sm., A. kotschyi Boiss. subsp. kotschyi, A. phyrigia Boiss.&Bal,. and A. nobilis L. subsp. neilreichii (Kerner) Formánek] were evaluated for antimicrobial activity… 

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