Histology, phytochemistry and bacterial activity of anise (Pimpinella anisum l.) seed and essential oil

@inproceedings{Salim2016HistologyPA,
  title={Histology, phytochemistry and bacterial activity of anise (Pimpinella anisum l.) seed and essential oil},
  author={El Rasheed Ahmed Salim and Sakina M. Ahmed Yagi and Heba Mahoud M. Elyass},
  year={2016}
}
This study was conducted to investigate the histology, phytochemistry and antimicrobial activities of anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) seed and essential oil obtained from Omdurman market, Sudan. Histology was conducted by preparations, fixation, dehydration, clearing, wax embedding, sectioning, staining and mounting. Moisture content performed according to FAO manuals. Oil extraction according to British pharmacopeia. Test of the oil for antimicrobial activity conducted by cup-plate agar diffusion… CONTINUE READING

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