Antifungal Metabolites from Plants by Laura Svetaz, Marcos Derita, Ma. Victoria Rodríguez, PDF

By Laura Svetaz, Marcos Derita, Ma. Victoria Rodríguez, Agustina Postigo (auth.), Mehdi Razzaghi-Abyaneh, Mahendra Rai (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642380751

ISBN-13: 9783642380754

ISBN-10: 364238076X

ISBN-13: 9783642380761

The aim of this publication is to supply crucial details at the use of alternative medicinal vegetation and their secondary metabolites for the therapy of varied fungal illnesses affecting humans, animals and vegetation. it's divided in 4 components: half I examines the worldwide distribution of plant-derived antifungal compounds, half II bargains with antifungal actions of plant metabolites, half III contains crops utilized in Ayurveda and standard structures for treating fungal illnesses, and half IV discusses using plant-derived items to guard crops opposed to fungal diseases.

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Pimpinella anisum L. 4 %) Essential oil 64–1,232 lg/ml-MICs Effective component (s) C. albicans M. canis C. albicans C. albicans (no effect on A. niger) F. solani F. oxysporum F. verticillioides F. poae F. equiseti C. albicans A. parasiticus A. parasiticus Affected fungi (continued) Naeini et al. (2009) Yazdani et al. (2009) Naeini et al. (2009) Razzaghi-Abyaneh et al. (2009) Bamoniri et al. (2010) Naeini et al. (2010) Alinezhad et al. (2011) Reference 2 Antifungal Plants of Iran 33 Asteraceae Family Yarrow Plumajillo (Alborz) German chamomile Matricaria chamomilla L.

Furfur, M. globosa, and M. obtusa in a concentration of 30 lg/disk (Naeini et al. 2011). The growth of various species of pathogenic molds from the genera Aspergillus (A. niger, A. flavus, A.

Albicans A. parasiticus A. candida A. parasiticus T. rubrum M. canis M. gypseum E. floccosum C. glabrata C. tropicalis C. parapsilosis T. mentagrophytes Eftekhar et al. (2005) Omranpour et al. (2011) Razzaghi-Abyaneh et al. (2009) Alinezhad et al. (2011) Shams-Ghahfarokhi et al. (2003), (2004), (2006) M. furfur C. albicans Reference Affected fungi 2 Antifungal Plants of Iran 31 Family Persian cow-parsnip Heracleum persicum Desf. Ex Fisch. Heracleum pastinacifolium K. 0 % ) M. 5 %) verticillioides poae equiseti niger C.

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