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Screening for Aphrodisiac Property in Local Oyster of Crassostrea iredalei

@inproceedings{Hashim2013ScreeningFA,
  title={Screening for Aphrodisiac Property in Local Oyster of Crassostrea iredalei},
  author={Ridzwan Hashim and Hanani Mohamaddiah and Siti Sarah Mohd Pauzi and Farah Hanis Zulkipli and Aileen Tan Shau Hwai},
  year={2013}
}
Oyster has been reputed since ancient time to increase sexual performance. This myth has been around for many years and still going strong until today. However, there is no scientific evidence to support the claim. Therefore, this study was conducted to screen the aphrodisiac property in local oyster of Crassostrea iredalei. Mounting behaviour and assessment of mating were the parameters tested in this study. Three doses; 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg from each aqueous and ethanol extracts of C… 

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