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Gmelina arborea Roxb. is a fast-growing species and is known to have been used in Gmelina arborea Roxb Bark extractives Phenylethanoid glycoside . ( ) Antifungal activity of constituents from the heartwood Gmelina arborea: part 1. Keywords. Gmelina arborea, medicinal properties, antifungal activity, antibacterial activity, antioxidant activity and chemical constituents. Gmelina arborea is a deciduous tree locally known as Ghamhar Keywords: Gmelina arborea, medicinal properties, antifungal activity, antiba.

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Antifungal activity of constituents from the heartwood of the Malaysian Gmelina arborea against Trametes versicolor and Fomitopsis palustris was investigated. A sensitive bioassay system for antifungal activity against basidiomycetes was developed which uses a medium in which homogenized hyphae were dispersed. Ethyl acetate- solubles from the heartwood showed the highest activity against both fungi, although the activity against F.

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From the comparison of antifungal activity, qrborea was concluded that the piperonyl nucleus contributed to the activity of lignans. Of the four lignans isolated, gmelinol appeared to be an important antifungal constituent, since it was rich in the heartwood of G. Furthermore, the synergism by coexistence of these five compounds was confirmed. Here you can find all Crossref-listed publications in which this arbores is cited.

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Abstract Antifungal activity of constituents from the heartwood of the Malaysian Gmelina arborea against Trametes versicolor and Fomitopsis palustris was investigated. About the article Published Online: Citing Articles Here you can find all Crossref-listed publications in which this article is cited.

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