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The Study of Antibacterial Effect of Capsella Bursa-Pastoris on Some of Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacteria

@inproceedings{Alizadeh2012TheSO,
  title={The Study of Antibacterial Effect of Capsella Bursa-Pastoris on Some of Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacteria},
  author={Hadi Alizadeh and Behboud Jafari and Tohid Babae},
  year={2012}
}
Background and purpose: use of medicinal plats to treat diseases has been one of the most usefulways that will cause the least side effects. Strains of bacteria Staphylococcus areus, Bcillus cereus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and so finding plant extract that could affect on the growth of resistant strains can great help in preparing effective drugs. Material and Methods In this study effect of Capsella bursa pastoris alcoholic plant extract on different stages of bacterial growth by using… 

THE STUDY OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT OF BRASSICA NAPUS L. ON SOME OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

The Brassica Napus L. alcoholic extract has significant inhibitory role in the growth of pathogenic bacteria in vitro and is recommended for further researches due to reaching more inclusive results.

Assessment of Antibacterial Effect of Alcoholic Extract of Centaurea depressa M.B., Reseda lutea L. and Fumaria asepala on Selected Standard Strains in Vitro

The plant extracts tested in vitro on the growth of pathogenic bacteria has significant inhibitory effects, and further clinical trials are necessary in order to further clinical application of these extracts.

Autecology and Economic Importance of Weed Flora of the Nile Delta: Capsella bursa – pastoris L.

The morphology, anatomy, karyotype, palynology, biogeography and seed germination of Capsella bursa – pastoris, a serious weed responsible for yield loss of many crops, was investigated.

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