Nuha Abdel Rahman Shawarb

Nuha Abdel Rahman Shawarb
An-Najah National University · Department of Chemistry

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Introduction
Nuha Abdel Rahman Shawarb currently works at the Department of Chemistry, An-Najah National University. Nuha does research in Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. Their most recent publication is 'Investigation of antibacterial & antioxidant activity for methanolic extract from different edible plant species in Palestine'.
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August 2009 - November 2016
An-Najah National University
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  • Lecturer

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There are many medicinal applications of natural plant remedies. Several illnesses are still being treated by Palestinian people using medicinal plants. This research was intended to study the use of natural plants to treat different types of gastrointestinal tract disorders (GITD). In the Northern part of Palestine (Jenin, Tulkarm, Qalqilia, and N...
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Background: There are many medicinal applications of natural plant remedies. Several illnesses are still being treated by Palestinian people using medicinal plants. This research was intended to study the use of natural plants to treat different types of Respiratory tract disorders. Method: In the Northern part of Palestine, an ethno-pharmacologica...
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Effective microorganisms (EM) are important beneficial fungi and bacteria mixed culture that is used as an inoculant to improve soil quality and health, enhance plant growth, yield, and quality. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of inoculating various concentration of EM (50, 100 and 200 mL L-1) on growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L...
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Background: The semi-synthesis of drugs from natural products is still limited and complicated. Recently, there has been compelling global need to develop novel and potential antibacterial and antioxidant agents. Objectives: The current study aimed at semi-synthesizing new derivatives from naringin, to verify their chemical structures and assess th...
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Borago officinalis plant is an important plant of high medicinal and nutritional values. This study designed to evaluate antioxidant activity, screen the existence of phytogenic chemical compounds and to determine the total flavonoid and phenol contents of wild and cultivated Borago officinalis. Total flavonoid contents of the wild and cultivated B...
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Medicinal plants are finding their way into pharmaceutical derivatives, cosmetics and food supplements. The present study was undertaken to investigate the leave extracts of eleven plant species; Malva sherardiana, Plumbago europaea, Ephedra alata, Arum Palestinum , Centaurea dumulosa , Eruca Sativa, Teucrium polium, Bupleurum subovatum , Geranium...
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A number of naringin based heterocyclic derivatives dioxolane and imidazolidine have been synthesized and evaluated for their antioxidant and biological activities. The chemical structures of the newly synthesized compounds were verified on the basis of spectral and elemental methods of analysis. Investigation of antibacterial activity of these com...
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A series of curcumin derivatives containing heterocyclic moiety have been synthesized and evaluated for their antibacterial activities. The chemical structures of the synthesized compounds were verified on the basis of spectral data and elemental analyses. Investigation of antimicrobial activity of the derivatives demonstrated the ability to inhibi...
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A series of curcumin derivatives containing heterocyclic moiety have been synthesized and evaluated for their antibacterial activities. The chemical structures of the synthesized compounds were verified on the basis of spectral data and elemental analyses. Investigation of antimicrobial activity of the derivatives demonstrated the ability to inhibi...

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most people in Palestine eat green plants known to be healthy after cooking it with oil or in boiling water, and may add some salt or pepper.
is this lead to the loss of their active materials, or it dose not matter ?

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