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Phytochemistry and bioactive natural products from Lannea alata, Lannea rivae, Lannea schimperi and Lannea schweinfurthii (anacardiaceae)
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A kinetic and equilibrium study of rooibos tea infusions.
The total mineral ion concentration of Rooibos Tea was determined using ICP-OES. Significant concentrations of Na, K, Mg, Ca, P were found, and trace levels of Al, Fe, Mo, Sr, Zn, Ba, Cu and Pb detected. Protocatechuic ...
The chemical constituents of Ehretia rigida, Apodytes dimidiata and Ocotea kenyensis.
Three species have been investigated in this project: Iso-ocobullenone (p 23) and its probable precursor (p 27) have been isolated from the leaves and bark of Ocotea kenyensis. This is only the second time that these ...
Synthesis and biological activity of aloin derivatives.
This project is focused on the synthesis and biological activity of aloin and derivatives. Aloin is a C-glucoside anthrone that is found in Aloe marlothii, a common Southern African plant used in traditional medicine. ...
The chemical investigation of the Amaryllidaceae and Hyacinthaceae.
This work is an account of investigations into the chemistry of members of the Amaryllidaceae and Hyacinthaceae families. The plants of the family Amaryllidaceae are a large group comprising over sixty genera and more ...
The chemical investigation of Ledebouria ovatifolia, Clivia caulescens and Haemanthus pauculifolius.
Ledebouria ovatifolia (Bak.) lessop, Clivia caulescens R.A.Dyer and Haemanthus pauculifolius Snijman & Van Wyk were the three species investigated in this work. Ledebouria ovatifolia belongs to the family Hyacinthaceae ...
The chemical investigation of Ledebouria zebrina and Scilla natalensis.
Ledebouria zebrina and Scilla natalensis Planch were the two species investigated in this work. Ledebouria zebrina belongs to the Hyacinthaceae (Liliacea sensu lato) and to this date, the chemical composition of this ...
A chemical investigation of a KwaZulu-Natal medicinal plant, Momordica foetida Schum. & Sond.
Momordica foetida Schum. & Sond. (Cucurbitaceae), locally known as iNtshungu, is widely used by the Zulu people of Natal-KwaZulu for the treatment of a variety of ailments. The dried leaves leaves and stems of this plant ...
Extractive from seven African medicinal plants.
This PhD thesis describes a phytochemical investigation of seven medicinal plants, namely, Ledebouria ovatifolia (Hyacinthaceae), Eucomis pole-evansii (Hyacinthaceae ), Lachenalia rub ida (Hyacinthaceae), Drimia ...
Extractives from the Hyacinthaceae.
Four species belonging to the Hyacinthaceae family were investigated. The taxonomy of the Hyacinthaceae is currently under review and therefore compounds isolated from these plants could provide valuable chemical evidence ...