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(PDF) Pharmacology, Phytochemistry, and Toxicity Profiles ...- can we prepare soap and detergent from phytolacca dodecandra berry pdf 2016 ,Pharmacological Activities Keywords used for the search are as follows: [phytolacca Molluscicidal activity dodecandra] OR [endod] OR [gobo berry] OR [african soap Phytolacca dodecandra is the most extensively studied plant mol- berry] OR [soap berry] luscicide.11,12 The molluscicidal effect of the plant was first dis- covered by Lemma in 1964.6 ..ontrol of schistosomiasis (bilharzia) using berries from ...Traditional soap Endod is the Ethiopian name of the soap-berry plant Phytolacca dodecandra. It occurs throughout Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of South America and Asia. The plant is a rapidly growing climber with hanging branches and an average height of 2-3 m. Under favorable climatic conditions it bears fruit twice a year.



Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Journal of Ethnopharmacology 85 (2003) 269–277 Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod (Phytolacca dodecandra) in Ethiopia Kjell B. Essera,∗, Kassa Semagnb, Legesse Wolde-Yohannesb a Center for International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric), Agricultural University of Norway, P.O. Box 5001, N-1432 Ås, Norway

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Download Free PDF Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant Phytolacca dodecandra extract for its toxicity effectiveness against aquatic macroinvertebrates Eur Rev Med Pharmacol …, 2008

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Apr 01, 2003·Berries from Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit. (endod in Amharic) offer a readily available molluscicide to control schistosomiasis.Parts of the endod plant have been used as a detergent and as traditional medicine for centuries in Ethiopia. An interview survey was performed in the highlands of Ethiopia to provide information on the distribution of the plant, …

Pesticidal Activity of Phytolacca Dodecandra Extracts ...

Phytolacca dodecandra (L’ Herit) (synonyms: P. abyssinica Hoffin, Pircunia abyssinicaMoq.) is a perennial herb of the Phytolaccaceae family, which is a climber plant growing rapidly with hanging branches. It has average height of 2 to 3 meters, although it can reach a height of

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Jan 25, 2016·Medicinal plants are major remedy for a variety of diseases and have been used since time immemorial. Phytolacca dodecandra L'Herit (Endod: Amharic) is an African soapberry that grows as shrub or ...

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Jul 27, 2020·Phytolacca dodecandra is the most extensively studied plant molluscicide. 11,12 The molluscicidal effect of the plant was first discovered by Lemma in 1964. 6 In Ethiopia, at that time P dodecandra was widely used as a soap to clean clothes. The small berries were dried, powdered, and placed in water to form foaming detergents.

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Background. P. dodecandra L’Her also called “gopo berry or soapberry or African soapberry” in English, 1,2 “Endod” in Amharic, “Handoodee” in Afaan Oromoo, 3 and “Shibti” in Tigrigna, 4 belongs to the family Phytolaccaceae. It is a climbing or scrambling dioecious, semi-succulent shrub, sometimes a liana with stems up to 10–20 m long and usually glabrous, trunks up to 35 …

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Jan 25, 2016·Medicinal plants are major remedy for a variety of diseases and have been used since time immemorial. Phytolacca dodecandra L'Herit (Endod: Amharic) is an African soapberry that grows as shrub or ...

Evaluation of endod (Phytolacca dodecandra L.) extracts ...

Similar work has also been done recently by Addisu et al. (2016). The objective of this study was to investigate the efficacy of crude extracts of Phytolacca dodecan-dra (Phtolaccaceae) against a fungus (Botrytis fabae), a causative agent of chocolate spot disease of faba bean (V. faba, Fabaceae). The African soapberry plant, P. dodecandra,locally

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Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit (Endod) is the most extensively studied plant among 35 known species in the genus Phytolacca (Family: Phytolaccaceae). The …

Control of schistosomiasis (bilharzia) using berries from ...

Traditional soap Endod is the Ethiopian name of the soap-berry plant Phytolacca dodecandra. It occurs throughout Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of South America and Asia. The plant is a rapidly growing climber with hanging branches and an average height of 2-3 m. Under favorable climatic conditions it bears fruit twice a year.

(PDF) Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant ...

Download Free PDF Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant Phytolacca dodecandra extract for its toxicity effectiveness against aquatic macroinvertebrates Eur Rev Med Pharmacol …, 2008

(PDF) Phytochemical Screening of Different Solvent ...

Jan 25, 2016·Medicinal plants are major remedy for a variety of diseases and have been used since time immemorial. Phytolacca dodecandra L'Herit (Endod: Amharic) is an African soapberry that grows as shrub or ...

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Jul 27, 2020·Phytolacca dodecandra is the most extensively studied plant molluscicide. 11,12 The molluscicidal effect of the plant was first discovered by Lemma in 1964. 6 In Ethiopia, at that time P dodecandra was widely used as a soap to clean clothes. The small berries were dried, powdered, and placed in water to form foaming detergents.

(PDF) Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant ...

Download Free PDF Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant Phytolacca dodecandra extract for its toxicity effectiveness against aquatic macroinvertebrates Eur …

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Journal of Ethnopharmacology 85 (2003) 269–277 Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod (Phytolacca dodecandra) in Ethiopia Kjell B. Essera,∗, Kassa Semagnb, Legesse Wolde-Yohannesb a Center for International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric), Agricultural University of Norway, P.O. Box 5001, N-1432 Ås, Norway

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Endod is the Ethiopian vernacular name for the soap berry plant Phytolacca dodecandra. It is a member of the phytolaccaceae family and it is widely distributed in Africa, South America and Asia. It is an indigenous plant to Ethiopia (Azene Bekele, 2007). The plant is a climber with hanging branches. It may grow to a height of 10m though the average

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Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit (Endod) is the most extensively studied plant among 35 known species in the genus Phytolacca (Family: Phytolaccaceae). The …

Evaluation of endod (Phytolacca dodecandra L.) extracts ...

Similar work has also been done recently by Addisu et al. (2016). The objective of this study was to investigate the efficacy of crude extracts of Phytolacca dodecan-dra (Phtolaccaceae) against a fungus (Botrytis fabae), a causative agent of chocolate spot disease of faba bean (V. faba, Fabaceae). The African soapberry plant, P. dodecandra,locally

(PDF) Pharmacology, Phytochemistry, and Toxicity Profiles ...

Pharmacological Activities Keywords used for the search are as follows: [phytolacca Molluscicidal activity dodecandra] OR [endod] OR [gobo berry] OR [african soap Phytolacca dodecandra is the most extensively studied plant mol- berry] OR [soap berry] luscicide.11,12 The molluscicidal effect of the plant was first dis- covered by Lemma in 1964.6 ...

Pesticidal Activity of Phytolacca Dodecandra Extracts ...

Phytolacca dodecandra (L’ Herit) (synonyms: P. abyssinica Hoffin, Pircunia abyssinicaMoq.) is a perennial herb of the Phytolaccaceae family, which is a climber plant growing rapidly with hanging branches. It has average height of 2 to 3 meters, although it can reach a height of up to 10 meters. The leaves of P. dodecandra are pinnate,

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fects it can be used against larva of mosquito and other insects such as the housefly7. To date, sever-al studies have been described on biological eval-uations of Endod [vernacular name (local native language, Amharic); Phytolacca dodecandra] and 381 Abstract. –In this study, we evaluated the toxicity effectiveness of berries crude extract of

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Download Free PDF Laboratory evaluation of Ethiopian local plant Phytolacca dodecandra extract for its toxicity effectiveness against aquatic macroinvertebrates Eur Rev Med Pharmacol …, 2008

(PDF) Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry ...

Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit (Endod) is the most extensively studied plant among 35 known species in the genus Phytolacca (Family: Phytolaccaceae). The …