Ruta chalepensis

Ruta chalepensis Ruta chalepensis: Ruta chalepensis Ruta chalepensis ill1 x - k - jpg www. Studies on Ruta chalepensis , an ancient medicinal herb still used in traditional medicine. Its toxic effects are clearly dose-dependent. It is cultivated in the tropics as a potherb or medicinal plant and has widely become naturalized.

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Whereas oral consumption of the essential oil induces abortion in guinea-pigs and humans, this probably can be attributed to a general toxic effect.

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For a list of references used on this page please go here. Thus, in order to protect trees during this critical period of susceptibility, fomulated plant extracts could be applied at transplantation, in complementarity with other IPM preventative approaches, such as the deployment of tolerant genotypes, silvicultural ryta, and biological control Newton et al.

Journal of Natural Products Add to My Bibliography. Journal of Ethnopharmacology In terms of leaf disk consumption by H.

It is hardy to zone UK 8. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The extract did not produce any significant changes in prothrombin time and fibrinogen level. Inflorescence a bracteate cyme, terminal or in the upper leaf axils, often combined into a corymb, bracts cordate-ovate, wider than the subtended branch.

Among the Tswana of southern Africa, a decoction of the whole plant in high doses is taken to ease childbirth. Faxlhilje catie. Economic entomology in tropical forest plantations: Biological activity of two neem Azadirachta indica A.

Preliminary studies of traditional medicinal plants in nineteen markets in Ethiopia: The leaves are used as a condiment[, ].

Ruta chalepensis

The crushed leaves are externally applied to treat toothache and earache. Retrieved 26 October Sold in local markets[46].

Perception of azadirachtin by some tepidopterous euta. The dried and crushed leaves are also an effective insect repellent. Jeffrey, Cucurbitaceae reduced feeding by H.

Biological activity of Ruta chalepensis Rutaceae and Sechium pittieri Cucurbitaceae extracts on Hypsipyla grandella Lepidoptera: The medicinal and poisonous plants of southern and eastern Africa.

The studies on spontaneous motor activity in mice and conditioned avoidance responding CAR in rats showed a dose-dependent depression of the central nervous system in treated animals. The essential oils from aerial parts of Ruta chalepensis plants harvested at different stages of growth in northern India contained 19 components, representing WilkinsNewcastle University, England, pers.

Some systemic insecticides, such as methomyl and carbofuran, were applied in pellet form, at planting of Spanish cedar trees, and provided complete control of H. The pooled extracts were filtered through a Whatman No. In northern Sudan, a fruit poultice is applied to swellings.

Ruta chalepensis Egyptian Rue, Fringed rue PFAF Plant Database

Materials and Methods Plant material included common rue R. Citation in web searches. Used internally, the leaves and oil can cause haemorrhages, miscarriage and abortion, and have been used as such since ancient times.

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