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Inventi Rapid - Planta Activa

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Planta Activa’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on pharmaceutically active constituents of the plant origin. The specific areas included are extraction and isolation, chemoprofiling and bioprofiling, and formulation and regulatory aspects of active botanicals.

  • PHYTO-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND HPTLC INVESTIGATION OF LEAVES OF EPILOBIUM HIRSUTUM LINN.
    N A Sheikh*, T R Desai    Download Full Text

    Epilobium hirsutum Linn. belongs to family Onagraceae, commonly known as great willowherb. E. hirsutum widely used traditional medicine. Despite its popular medicinal utilization, there were no definite phyto-physicochemical data of E. hirsutum has been reported so far for its pharmacognostical standardization. Thus, the research study was designed to investigate the phyto-physicochemical aspects ...

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  • REVIEW ON PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA LINN.
    Ranjit S Vishwasrao*, Suresh L Jadhav, Manoj V Gadhave    Download Full Text

    Sesbania grandiflora (family: Fabaceae) commonly known as 'sesbania', is widely used as Indian folk medicine. Sesbania grandiflora has the common names of Agati, Corkwood Tree and West Indian Pea. Traditionally Sesbania gradiflora is used alone or with other medicinal plants to treat a variety of ailments. Research studies leading to extraction, isolation and biological study of plant constituents...

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  • FLORAL BIOLOGY OF TRACHYSPERMUM AMMI (LINN.) SPR.
    Sangeeta Verma*, S N Dwivedi    Download Full Text

    Trachyspermum ammi (Linn.) Spr. (Ajwain) is an important medicinal and spice crop, It is an annual, erect herb with soft fine hairs. Floral biology recently developed into a full grown community science. After the eminent work of Precival, number of scientists have paid attention towards the floral biology of angiosperm. The area of study was Rewa district. The investigations pertaining of floral ...

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  • A REVIEW ON MEDICINAL FAMILY: UMBELLIFERAE
    Seema Yuvraj Mendhekar*, Sonal Raosaheb Waphare, Bhushan Prakash Shrinath, S L Jadhav, D D Gaikwad    Download Full Text

    Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) family is one of the biggest plant families on the earth. Iran has a huge diversity of Apiaceae members. Apiaceae was first described by John Lindleyin 1836. This family possesses a range of compounds that have many biological activities. The members of this family are well known as vegetables, culinary and medicinal plants. It is the 16th-largest family of flowering plants...

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  • CONTRIBUTION OF REGIONAL ETHNO MEDICINAL FLORA OF TUNGNATH-CHOPTA REGION, UTTARAKHAND TO AYURVEDA
    Kshirod Kumar Ratha*, Jagdish Chandra Arya, Girish Chandra Joshi, M M Rao    Download Full Text

    Tunganath-Chopta region of Garhwal, Uttarakhand located in Western Himalaya of Indian Himalayan Region. Due to specific topography and climatic conditions this region harbours rich flora of medicinal plants. Total 71 plant species belonging to 42 families were recorded from this area. Exploration of this area showed the presence of medicinal plants (69%) having significance uses in Ayurveda apart ...

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  • ALZHEIMER: POSSIBLE MEDICINAL PLANTS WHICH CAN CURE THIS THREATENING DISEASE
    Devansh Mehta*    Download Full Text

    Alzheimer disease is a form of dementia or neurodegenerative disorder which affects more than million people across the world. Still the cure for the disease is not available and high end researches are happening across the research laboratories to find the possible cure for the disease. It is estimated that more that 11 to 20 million American’s will be affected by the disease by 2020 and beyond...

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