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In vitro digestive activity and stability study of Rhus ...

Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources Vol. 12(3), September 2021, pp. 472-479 In vitro digestive activity and stability study of Rhus chinensis Mill. fruit and its value-added products Memthoi Devi Heirangkhongjam1,2* and Iboyaima Singh Ngaseppam1,2 1Department of Fruit and Vegetable Technology, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research …

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sumac. Rhus chinensis: Chinese Sumac 3 Diseases Several fungi cause cankers leading to dieback Fertilize to keep plants healthy and prune out infected partspdf rhus chinensis mill in vitro antibacterial activity of gall, parasitizes the leaves of Rhus chinensis Mill, .Jun 08, Chinese sumac (Rhus chinensis) desert sumac, et couvrir par quelconque cause que soit ou …

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(PDF) In vitro antibacterial activity of Quercus ...

The Q. infectoria gall extracts have shown very promising in vitro antibacterial activities and may be considered as a potentially good source of antimicrobial …

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Ethnomedicinal Knowledge Verification for the ...

Ethnomedicinal Knowledge Verification for the Antidiarrheal and Antioxidant Effects of Rhus chinensis Mill. Fruits with Identification of irty Constituents Pharmacognosy Journal, Vol 1, ssue 1, an-eb, 221 chinensis. Antibacterial activity of the fruits has never been reported though the leaves had displayed antimicrobial activity.6,17-18 The

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(PDF) In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galls of Quercus ...

The MBC value, for methanol and acetone extracts, was in the ranges 0.31-1.25 mg/mL and 0.31-2.50 mg/mL, respectively. Both extracts of Q. infectoria galls exhibited similar antibacterial activity ...

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(PDF) Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis - folklore to ...

Galla chinensis or Galla rhois is the term used to describe the gall caused by the Chinese aphid, Schlech- TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL USE Among Rhus species, Rhus chinensis and its gall, Galla chinensis, have a long history of use by indigenous * Correspondence to: Odilon Djakpo, Food Safety and Quality Control Laboratory, School of Food Science and ...

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In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galla Chinensis ...

In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galla Chinensis Combined with Dif-ferent Antibacterial Drugs against Carbapenem-Resistant E.Coli Zhizhi Xie 1Changzhi Xu 1Yanhua Yi2 Donglin Zhu Yun Xi* 1. Department of Laboratory Medicine, The Third Afliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, Guang-dong, 510630, China 2.

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In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galls of Quercus ...

The galls of Quercus infectoria are commonly used in Malay traditional medicine to treat wound infections after childbirth. In India, they are employed traditionally as dental applications such as that in treatment of toothache and gingivitis. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the antibacterial activity of galls of Quercus infectoria Olivier against oral bacteria which are …

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Allelopathic potential of Rhus chinensis on seedling ...

The species Rhus chinensis Mill (Anacardiaceae) is an important species of the genus Rhus, which contains over 250 individual species, with six species found in China (Djakpo and Yao 2010).It is an important economic tree not only widely grown in China, but also widely distributed in temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions, including Japan, Malaysia and India …

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Chinese gallnut (Galla chinensis) against Vibrio ...

G. chinensis is the term used to describe the gall caused by the Chinese aphid, Schlechtendalia chinensis (Bell), on the leaves of Rhus chinensis. Phytochemical studies showed that it is rich in gallotannin (50–70%), a type of hydrolysable tannin, and gallic acid (2–4%), both of which possess strong antibacterial activities ( Kang et al ...

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Identification and Comparison of Tannins in Gall of Rhus ...

Rhus chinensis, the Chinese sumac, or nutgall tree, is a plant species in the genus Rhus. Galls produced on the species that are called Chinese gall, Galla Chinensis, or Wu Bei Zi in Chinese, are a source of gallotannins, molecules of hydrolyzable tannins.

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[PDF] 1,2,3,4,6-Penta-O-galloylglucose within Galla ...

It is demonstrated that penta-1,2,3,4,6-O-galloyl-β-D-glucose (PGG) is a potent hLDH-A inhibitor with significant capacity to halt proliferation of human breast cancer cells. A characteristic feature of aggressive malignancy is the overexpression of lactic acid dehydrogenase- (LDH-) A, concomitant to pericellular accumulation of lactate. In a recent high …

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(PDF) In-vitro antimicrobial activity of Pistacia ...

The in vitro antimicrobial activity of ethanolic extract of the galls of P. integerrima has reported on gram positive bacteria whereas the moderate activity on gram negative [9]. For the ethanolic ...

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Inhibitory effect of aqueous extract from the gall of Rhus ...

The present study examined the inhibitory effect of aqueous extract from the gall of Rhus chinensis (AEGRC) on alpha-glucosidase activity, an enzyme responsible for digestion of carbohydrate to monosaccharides in the process of intestinal absorption. AEGRC inhibited Bacillus alpha-glucosidase acitvity with an IC(50) of 0.9 micro g/ml.

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Reprogramming of the Developmental Program of Rhus ...

A gall-inducing aphid, Schlechtendalia chinensis, induces large, single-chamber galls called horned galls on the leaf wings of several Rhus species (Anacardiaceae) in China, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Japan (Blackman and Eastop, 2007). Galls are first induced when the fundatrix of S. chinensis feeds on the adaxial side of the leaf wings ...

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(PDF) In vitro antibacterial activity of galls of Quercus ...

In vitro antibacterial activity of galls of Quercus infectoria olivier against oral pathogens. ..., antibacterial activity of gall extract against oral bacteria. ... (outgrowth resistance associated with systemic antibiotic therapy in of Rhus chinensis Mill), were found to prevent growth periodontology," Journal of the Canadian Dental ...

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Tissue Culture and Biological activities of Gardenia ... - UM

Antibacterial activity of Rhus coriaria. L extracts growing in Palestine. Journal Islam(Uni Gaza), 13 (2), 147-153. Ahloowalia, A. B. (1991). Somatic embryos in monocots: The genesis and genetic stability. Revue de cytologie et de biologie végétales, Le Botaniste, …

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REVIEW Rhus Chinensis and Galla Chinensis – Folklore to ...

research has revealed that Rhus chinensis compounds possess strong antiviral, antibacterial, anticancer, hepa-toprotective, antidiarrheal and antioxidant activities. Moreover, compounds isolated from the stem of Rhus chinensis signifi cantly suppressed HIV-1 activity in vitro. Compounds from this plant were also found to inhibit

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Response surface optimization of polysaccharide …

Galla Chinensis, used as a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is in a form of the gall produced through parasitic interaction between plants (family Anacardiaceae, mainly Rhus chinensis Mill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, and Rhus punjabensis var. sinica (Diels) Rehd. EtWils) and insects (Chinese sumac aphid Baker, mainly

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pdf rhus miller chinensis - avantos.nl

Rhus chinensis, the Chinese sumac, or nutgall tree, is a plant species in the genus Rhus. Galls produced on the species that are called Chinese gall, Galla Chinensis, or Wu Bei Zi in Chinese, are a source of gallotannins, molecules of hydrolyzable tannins.

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WOUND HEALING POTENTIAL OF THE …

Rhus chinensis belongs to the genus Rhus and the Family Anacardiaceae (Miller et al., 2001). Commonly called sumac, Rhus consists of approximately 250 individual species of flowering plants. Like most sumacs, Rhus chinensis is a dioecious shrub that can reach 8 m in height. It bears odd pinnately compound leaves and creamy

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Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis--folklore to modern ...

INTRODUCTION. Rhus chinensis belongs to the genus Rhus and the Family Anacardiaceae (Miller et al., 2001).Commonly called sumac, Rhus consists of approximately 250 individual species of flowering plants, with six species found (four endemics) in China. Like most sumacs, Rhus chinensis is a dioecious shrub that can reach 8 m in height. It bears odd …

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Reprogramming of the Developmental Program of Rhus ...

Insect galls are unique organs that provide shelter and nutrients to the gall-inducing insects. Although insect galls are fascinating structures for their unique shapes and functions, the process by which gall-inducing insects induce such complex structures is not well understood. Here, we performed RNA-sequencing-based comparative transcriptomic analysis of the early …

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Evaluation of Ellagic acid on the activities of oral ...

acid is the gall produced mainly by parasitic aphids of Melaphis chinensis (Bell) Baker on the leaf of Rhus chinensis Mill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, or Rhus phunjabensis Stew var sinica (Diels) Rehd (Fam. Anacardiaceae ). According to its form the drug is divided into "Dubei" and "Jiaobei".

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The in vitro antibacterial activity of dietary spice and ...

The in vitro antibacterial activities of a total of 46 extracts from dietary spices and medicinal herbs were investigated by agar-well diffusion method against five foodborne bacteria (Bacillus cereus, Listeria monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, and Salmonella anatum).Their total phenolic contents were also evaluated.

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Formulation of tea using Rhuschinensis (Heimang)

antibacterial, anticancer, hepato protective, antidiarrheal and antioxidant activities (M.D. Heirangkhongjam et el, 2018). Moreover, compounds isolated from the stem of Rhus chinensis significantly supressed HIV-1 activity in vitro. Compounds from this plant were also

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In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galls of Quercus ...

For instance, bactericidal activity of gallotannin from Melaphis chinensis Bell (Chinese gall) against S. mutans had been reported . Besides, methyl gallate and gallic acid, which were the main components of gallotannin from Galla Rhois wu be zi (outgrowth of Rhus chinensis Mill), were found to prevent growth (bacteriostatic) of cariogenic ...

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Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis – folklore to modern ...

The gall of Rhus chinensis has long been considered to possess natural medicinal properties with numerous benefits (Zhang et al., 2009). Galla chinensis is used internally for its astringent properties to treat disease such as diarrhea and hemorrhage (Duke and Ayensu, 1985).It is a frequent ingredient in polyherbal prescriptions for diabetes mellitus (Duke and Ayensu, 1985).

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REVIEW Rhus Chinensis and Galla Chinensis – Folklore to ...

REVIEW Rhus Chinensis and Galla Chinensis – Folklore to Modern Evidence: Review Odilon Djakpo1,2* and Weirong Yao1 1School of Food Science and Technology, Jiangnan University, Food Safety and Quality Control Laboratory, Wuxi, 214122, Jiangsu Province, P.R. China 2Université d'Abomey-calavi, Faculté des Sciences Agronomiques, Département de Nutrition …

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