Rasha Eldalawy

Rasha Eldalawy
Al-Mustansiriya University · college of pharmacy

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January 2008 - February 2017
Al-Mustansiriya University
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (11)
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Coriandrum sativum L. which is locally known as coriander is one of the most remarkable medicinal plants that used all over the world, it belongs to Apiaceae family under Apiales order and it has been used in folk medicine in different illness. In this study the coriander seeds were extracted with two different polarity solvents; ethanol and hexane...
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Bauhinia variegata Linn commonly known as Mountain Ebony is a predominant medicinal plant which descends from Leguminosae family and widely utilized in indigenous medicine due to their fascinating biological activities due to the large number of chemical constituents present in it. This study was designed for the detection of rutin flavonoid in the...
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Milk thistle's extract by an organic solvent is known as silymarin, which is a mixture of about 75% flavolignan and trace content of flavonoid (mainly taxifolin), other ingredients involve fatty acids and polyphenolic compounds. The major flavolignans are silybin, isosilybin, silydianin, and silychristin, quantitatively silybin is considered as the...
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Asteraceae (Compositae) famous as the aster, daisy or sunflower family is the biggest flowering family divided into thirteen subfamily that involve approximately two thousand genus, an important member of this family is Silybum marianum (Milk thistle). Management of hepatic diseases is the main use of milk thistle in traditional medicine also it ha...
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Conifer is one of the most important medicinal plants distributed around the world. These trees are widely distributed in the north of Iraq. Among these conifers which presented in Iraq is Cupressussempervirens (cypress). This plant was reported to contain many active constituents.Cones of cypress were divided into two parts, one was extracted with...
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Iraqi land is rich with medicinal plants and Iraqi people trust using herbals as treatments since ancient times, one of these important wild medicinal plants is Silybum marianum, which is known as Milk thistle. It has a long history in Greek and Arabian medicine as a liver tonic which has been confirmed by scientific in vivo/ in vitro study and mad...
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Objective: This study evaluate the antibacterial ,antifungal and antioxidant activity from cones extracts of Pinus halepensis Miller. Methods: Three solvents were used to extract cone of P. halepensis (hexane, acetone/water 9:1, ethanol) using soxhlet apparatus and dryness by rotary evaporator. The activity of crud extracts as antibacterial against...
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The family Pinaceae has many genuses, one of the most important genus of it is pinus. The needles of the plant are used in medicine and as food additives due to their different pharmacological properties. The needles of the genus Pinus contain essential oils and the components of their essential oils have been established through chromatographic te...
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ABSTRACT Objective: This study was designed to estimate the quantity of the flavonoid glycoside (rutin) as an important active compound in rue plant grown in Iraq with the evaluation of its antioxidant activity. Methods: The cultivated rue plant at the garden of medicinal plant in the pharmacognosy and medicinal plants department was collected and...
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Abstract Abstract:Pine is regarded as a remedy of wounds in traditional medicine. Terpene acids like abieticand isopimaric acid are the active constituents which poses antibacterial activities.The hexane fraction of both Pinus halepensis and Cedrus libani was assayed against eightdifferent bacteria of G+ve and G-ve using agar diffusion method. The...

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