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hydroalcoholic

 [hi″dro-al″kah-hol´ik]
pertaining to or containing both water and alcohol.

hydroalcoholic

/hy·dro·al·co·hol·ic/ (hi″dro-al″kah-hol´ik) pertaining to or containing both water and alcohol.

hydroalcoholic

[hi′dro·al′kähol′ik]
pertaining to or containing both water and alcohol.

hydroalcoholic (hī´drōal´kōhol´ik),

adj containing both water and alcohol. See also solution.
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However, our results showed that the size and diameter of follicles were increased in all of the study groups, while isolated follicles which were cultured in supplemented media containing 25 and 50 [micro]g/ml hydroalcoholic extract of chamomile have shown smaller diameter than that of the control group on days 6 and 12 of culture.
Statistical analysis for comparison among the concentrations of each of the hydroalcoholic extracts was performed using one-way ANOVA with a Tukey post-test at a significance level of P<0.
For investigation of phytotoxicity and cytotoxic potential, the obtained aqueous, hydroalcoholic and hexane extracts were used to prepare the test solutions at the concentrations of 0.
The hydroalcoholic propolis extracts (wild type, rosemary green and red types) at a concentration of 11% (w/v) were diluted in alcohol of cereals at 70% to obtain a final 2.
Recently, it was reported that the treatment with hydroalcoholic extract of red propolis (HERP) at dose of 10 mg/kg has anti-inflammatory action and exhibits neuroprotective properties, showing a significant improvement in the sciatic nerve injury (SNI) and increased number of myelinated fibres [85].
The hydroalcoholic extract of the aerial parts (HAAP) yield was approximately two-fold higher than the hydroalcoholic extract of seeds (HAS).
The hexane, dichloromethane, ethyl acetate and last remaining hydroalcoholic fractions were evaporated under vacuum.
For this reason, the antibacterial activity of a hydroalcoholic extract formulation consisting of various plant species, including Tabebuia impetiginosa, was tested; this formulation inhibits the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus subtilis, with a MIC of 312.
As shown in Figure 1, the cells treated with hydroalcoholic extract exhibited significant decline in viability in comparison to the untreated control cells, whereas no cytotoxic activity was observed on normal human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC).
We also conducted the similar studies to evaluate the hepatoprotective effect of hydroalcoholic extract of M.