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Antiplasmodial, anti-complement and anti-inflammatory in vitro effects of Biophytum umbraculum Welw. traditionally used against cerebral malaria in Mali.
A. T. Pham
Journal of ethnopharmacology
Corpus ID: 206030855
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Biophytum umbraculum Welw. (Oxalidaceae) is a highly valued African medicinal plant used for…
Morphology of the elygium and developing umbraculum in the eye of Amietia vertebralis tadpoles
Donnavan J. D. Kruger
L. D. du Preez
Journal of morphology
Corpus ID: 3056455
The elygium is a darkly pigmented projection over the pupil of the tadpoles of certain species that live mostly at high altitudes…
Plant Monographs for The African Pharmacopoèia Biophytum umbraculum Welw. & Ximenia americana L.
Corpus ID: 163915255
Description of the tadpole of Strongylopus hymenopus (Boulenger, 1920) (Amphibia: Anura: Ranidae) and a key to described southern African tadpoles of the genus
Corpus ID: 181409571
Tadpoles of Strongylopus hymenopus are descriptionbed on the basis of material reared through metamorphosis and re-examination of…
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