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Phytochemical Analysis of Cultivated and Wild Salvia Palaestina using GC-MS: Acomparative study
(Atom and Cell, 2015-12-12)
The leaves of cultivated populations of Salvia palaestina (Lamiaceae) were collected from seven different governorates in Palestine to compare their phytochemical profiles to wild populations. Twenty volatile and semivolatile ...
Antioxidant, Antimicrobial Activities and Phytochemical Profiling of the Leaf Extract of Salvia palaestina
Salvia palaestina (Lamiaceae) is listed as native plant in Flora palaestina. In the Palestinian kitchen, its leaves is virtually used in daily basis with the breakfast tea to add its distinct pleasant flavor and aromatic ...
Essential Oil Secondary Metabolites Variation of Salvia palaestina Leaves Growing wild from Different Locations in Palestine
Herbal medicine is widely practiced in Palestine. Salvia palaestina (Lamiaceae) in particular is heavily used because of its acquired traditional reputation over the years rather than scientific basis. S. palaestina essential ...
Phytochemical Composition and Biological Activities of Wild Scolymus maculatus L.
The wild population of spotted golden thistle, Scolymus maculatus, which belongs to the Compositae family, is believed to be one of the multi-curative wild plants mentioned in Flora Palaestina. This study aims to disclose ...