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Sabicea johnstonii is reported among wild plant species used by Congolese people for certain purposes. The leaves of this plant… Expand Context: The number of patients with cancer is increasing. New therapeutic agents to overcome drug-resistant tumors are urgently… Expand Human body produces free radicals which can damage biomolecules and cause diseases. Phenolic compounds of foods can prevent those… Expand This study was aimed at developing a protocol for improving soil health using Sargassum johnstonii as a conditioner and… Expand Three species of Rhytismatales on Berberis were found from Sichuan and Yunnan provinces in China. Two of them were described as… Expand Experiments were conducted on tomato to study the potential of brown alga Sargassum johnstonii as a biofertilizer. Seaweed… Expand Results are presented from a study of recently collected scorpions from Gabon. The material is classified into three families and… Expand A high anti‐leishmanial activity was observed in an aqueous extract from the marine spongePachymatisma johnstonii, Bowerbank 1842… Expand In vitro cytotoxicity on human rhinopharynx KB cells, as well as hemolytic activity on human erythrocytes, was produced by an… Expand One-tenth to one-thousandth concentrations of sewage in seawater significantly increased the number of pseudophylls in the… Expand