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Antipyretic activity of lanzones Lansium domesticum, correa, 1807, seed extract on male rabbits

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R07-USC-14032015465759
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This study aimed to determine the antipyretic activity of Lanzones, Lansium domesticum seed extract on male rabbits and to determine the baseline temperature before administration and after the induction of fever. The study determined which of the test solutions has an antipyretic activity which is . . .
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Antiplatelet aggregation of tabon-tabon Atuna racemosa rafin, (1838) endocarp extract

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R07-USC-14031916342175
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This study aimed to determine the antiplatelet aggregation of Atuna racemosa endocarp extract on platelet suspension. The study determined whether the endocarp extract has an antiplatelet aggregation effect to the platelet suspension by Giemsa Microplate Assay and by Spectrophotometry. The percent a . . .
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Analgesic activity of lettuce, Lactuca sativa linn. (1753) var. longifolia, leaf extract on male albino mice

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R07-USC-14031915515112
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This study examined the analgesic properties of Lactuca sativa linn. var. longifolia using 24 male albino mice which were divided into four treatments, administered orally, 500mg (Dose A) and 250mg (Dose B) per 20g mouse of the test plant, positive control which is Ibuprofen and water as negative co . . .
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Adaptogenic evaluation of Alagasi leucosyke capitellata, poir., 1869, aqueous root extracts on stress-induced mice

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R07-USC-14031915080391
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Leucosyke capitellata roots were extracted by decoction and were screened for adaptogenic activity using swim endurance test with Swiss Albino mice. The baseline levels of glucose and cholesterol taken before the administration of test doses varied with each mouse's body weight and food intake. The . . .
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Adaptogenic activity of marang Artocarpus odoratissimus (blanco 1837) seed extract in male albino mice by anoxic tolerance test

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R07-USC-14031717022380
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Dried seeds of Artocarpus odoratissimus (Marang) were evaluated for its adaptogenic activity using anoxic tolerance test with male Albino mice. Maceration was made using 625 mL of 95% ethanol. The crude ethanol-free extract was the subjected to phytochemical testing which showed the presence of carb . . .
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Acaricidal activity of sunflower extract, Helianthus annus, linn., (1753) on dog ticks, Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Latreille, (1806)

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R07-USC-14031715061953
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This study aimed to determine the onset of acaricidal activity in minutes manifested by cessation of movement of the ticks. The study determined which test solution (25%, 50% and 75%) has comparable efficacy with the positive control. The Median Lethal Concentration (LC50) of the plant sample was al . . .
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Diuretic activity of the kernels of the mature yellow corn Zea mays linn. (1800) on male albino rats

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R07-USC-14031516554133
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Zea mays Linn. (corn) is said to be an important source of staple food in developing countries. (Nielsen, 2007) It was reported that different parts of corn possess significant varied pharmacologic activities. Both corn silk and kernels of corn exhibit diuretic properties. Grieve, 2012) So the aim i . . .
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Diuretic activity of Pandanus tectorius pandan parkinson (1773) aerial root extract on sprague dawley rats

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R07-USC-14031317472810
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The study aimed to evaluate the diuretic activity of the aerial roots of Pandanus tectorius using three concentrations 100mg/kbw, 250mg/kbw and 500mg/kbw orally administered to Sprague dawley rats. The urine was collected 6 hours after treatment. The diuretic activity of P. tectorius was studied fol . . .
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Antipyretic activity of the mature leaf extract of squash Cucurbita maxima variety suprema duchesne (1990) on male rabbits

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R07-USC-14031316292815
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The study dealt with the detemination of the antipyretic activity of the mature leaf extract of squash Cucurbita maxima variety suprema Duchesne (1990) on male rabbits. There were three trials made. Five healthy, mature male rabbits weighing from 1.2-2.2 kg were used as test animals. 40% Brewer's ye . . .
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Anti-obesity activity of breadfruit artocarpus altilis leaf extract on male albino mice

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R07-USC-13071910013126
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The study was conducted to determine the potential of Breadfruit leaf extract as an anti-obesity agent using body weight, locomotor activty and fecal examination as parameters. The mice are divided into 10 groups, Groups 1-5 receiving the normal diet and Groups 6-10 having the High-Fat diet. Treatme . . .
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University of San Carlos - JB LRC, Science and Technology
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