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Past and present medicinal uses of selected native plants of Israel
Author :
טביב, יונה
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יניב, זהרה
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שפרמן, דן
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Co-Authors:

Li, A.; Lev, E. 

Volume :
3 (1)
Year:
2000
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Unit:
From page:
12
To page:
15
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Total pages:
4
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Publication Type:
פרסום מקצועי
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Abstract:

Six native desert plants of Israel were collected from their natural habitat: Artemisia herbaalba, Achillea fragrantissima, Peganum harmala, Plantago coronopus, Retama raetam and Anabasis articulata. All six plants have been known as medicinal plants since ancient times. A review of the literature on unknown regional medicinal records of the medieval period is documented; it confirms the importance of these plants. Extracts of the plants were assayed for their cytotoxic effects on Petunia cell lines: four leaf-extracts showed inhibitory activity; Retama was the most active, followed by Peganum, Plantago and Artemisia. Achillea and Anabasis showed no inhibitory effect. However, when Anabasis seeds were tested, both ethanol and water extracts were cytotoxic. The inhibitory effect, as demonstrated with Retama leaf-extract, was positively correlated with the concentration of the extract and the duration of the experiment.

Notes:
Editors' remarks:
cytotoxicity
Desert plants
Ethnobotany
Israel
medicinal plants
xerophytes
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Last updated date:
12/07/2022 16:55
Creation date:
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Non-reviewed publication
Past and present medicinal uses of selected native plants of Israel

Li, A.; Lev, E. 

3 (1)

Six native desert plants of Israel were collected from their natural habitat: Artemisia herbaalba, Achillea fragrantissima, Peganum harmala, Plantago coronopus, Retama raetam and Anabasis articulata. All six plants have been known as medicinal plants since ancient times. A review of the literature on unknown regional medicinal records of the medieval period is documented; it confirms the importance of these plants. Extracts of the plants were assayed for their cytotoxic effects on Petunia cell lines: four leaf-extracts showed inhibitory activity; Retama was the most active, followed by Peganum, Plantago and Artemisia. Achillea and Anabasis showed no inhibitory effect. However, when Anabasis seeds were tested, both ethanol and water extracts were cytotoxic. The inhibitory effect, as demonstrated with Retama leaf-extract, was positively correlated with the concentration of the extract and the duration of the experiment.

Non-reviewed publication
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