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Isolation and Characterization of Kaempferol-7-O-methyl ether from Solenostemon monostachys (P.Beauv.) Briq. (Lamiaceae)

  title={Isolation and Characterization of Kaempferol-7-O-methyl ether from Solenostemon monostachys (P.Beauv.) Briq. (Lamiaceae)},
  author={Haruna Baba and Cyril Odianose Usifoh},
Solenostemon monostachys (Lamiaceae) is a common herb found in the southern part of Nigeria where it is used in the treatment of diabetes, tuberculosis, threatened abortion and other common ailments. Preliminary phytochemical screening has shown the presence of glycosides, flavonoids, tannins, saponins and anthraquinones. Phytochemical investigation of the dichloromethane extract of the leave, involving the use of flash chromatography and gel filtration on sephadex LH-20 was carried out and… 



Plants used for female reproductive health care in Oredo Local Government Area, Nigeria

An inventory, economic valuation, an evaluation of selected wild species for domestication and a non-experimental validation for the medicinal activity of plants used in Oredo Local Government Area, Benin City, Nigeria for female reproductive health care and gynaecological conditions are presented.

Principles of angiosperm taxonomy

The principles of angiosperm taxonomy are described in detail in the second part of this monograph on phylogenetic relationships betweenpermpermperm establishment and infectious disease.

Diterpenoide Drüsenfarbstoffe aus Labiaten: Coleone U, V, W und 14‐O‐Formyl‐coleon‐V sowie 2 Royleanone aus Plectranthus myrianthus BRIQ.; cis‐ und trans‐A/B‐6, 7‐Dioxoroyleanon

Leaf-gland Pigments: Coleons U, V, W, 14-O-Formyl-coleon-V, and two Royleanones fromPlectranthus myrianthusBRIQ.; cis- andtrans-A/B-6,7-Dioxoroyleanones From leaf-glands of the South-African

Studies of plants used in ethnomedicine in Ethiope Council Area of Delta State, Nigeria.

The studies revealed that a total of 53 species spread into 31 angiosperrn farnilies were used traditionally for various rnedicinal purposes and the indigenous people have developed various ways of identifying, harvesting, processing, storing and administering preparations from these plants.