aqueous extract


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aqueous extract

a water-based preparation of a plant or an animal substance containing the biologically active portion of the plant or substance without its cellular residue.

aqueous extract

An extract in which water is the solvent.
See also: extract
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Lethal dose of the ethanolic and aqueous extracts was tested with 300 mg/kg starting dose.
The treatment of the STZ-induced diabetic rats with different concentrations of 50, 100, and 200 mg/kg body weight of the aqueous extract of C.
05) in liver and kidney weight between the Control group and the groups treated with aqueous extract of C.
The hypocotyl dry biomass production was stimulated by the aqueous extract at 2, 4 and 8 % by 24, 42 and 11 % respectively.
Table-4) The petroleum ether extract was most effective as it consumed less time while aqueous extract was least effective.
Aqueous extracts of the freeze-dried leaves yielded the highest total phenolic content, at 26.
A similar pattern was observed in biofilm mode in our study where methanolic extracts were observed to have more potent antibacterial activity in mono or mixed culture in biofim mode than aqueous extract (Fig.
The present study reveals that the aqueous extract of the P.
albicans in alcohol and aqueous extracts of Malaysian Aloe vera leaf were determined and the MIC for each extract was calculated.
Similarly, the fat content of MSE is higher than the leaves but in aqueous extract it is present in negligible amount.
Ethanolic as well as aqueous extract of Thymus vulgaris was found best with maximum bacterial inhibitory activity.