Artemisia herba alba & Artemisia monosperma: The Discovery of the first potential Egyptian plant sources for the Pharmaceutical Commercial. The herb, Artemisia monosperma, is a perennial fragrant plant which grows widely and wildly in the Arabian deserts. The leaves of the plant are. Phytochemistry. Jan;66(2) Bioactive constituents of Artemisia monosperma. Stavri M(1), Ford CH, Bucar F, Streit B, Hall ML, Williamson RT, Mathew.

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Bioactive constituents of Artemisia monosperma.

monosper,a Decreased wind velocity enabled germination of A. Due to its morphology, this shrub does not cause sand accumulation around it. This amelioration is expressed in the increase of the number of the accompanying annual species and the growth of nebkas of all the plants, leading to the formation of hills as in Fig. Copy the following to cite this article: The antimicrobial activity of mpnosperma prepared nanoparticles were studied and the activity was found to depend on the concentration of nanoparticles and their sizes.

A sand hill built up by Artemisia monosperma plants. Scopus Journal Metrics CiteScore Common Sharon Plain V. Artemisia monosperma and its Activity Artemisia monosperma and its Activity. Sand trapped near this canopy buries branches, which leads to the formation of adventitious roots as in Fig. When stands dominated by this plant become densely populated, sand mobility stops and the sand become enriched by airborne dust and by monospeerma.


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Artemisia arborescens — tree wormwood Artemisia arbuscula Nutt. Traditional lineages within Tridentatae were proposed on the basis of leaf morphology, habitat preference, and the ability to leaf-sprout, among other morphological and behavioral characteristics. Gray — Patterson’s wormwood Artemisia pectinata Pall. Most species have an extremely bitter taste. Accessed 12 Mayhttp: These results showed that AgNPs can efficacy used in biotechnological and biomedical applications.

The most important dwarf shrub of the sand vegetation in the coastal sands, the Western Negev, and N Sinai. Exposed sand among Artemisia monosperma shrubs.

A hill with exposed Artemisia monosperma roots. Click here to View figure. Genus Artemisia family asteraceae, comprises about species distributed over all world the genus represented by five species in northern region Saudi Arabia A. Notable species include A. Section Nebulae includes Artemisia californicaArtemisia nesioticaand Artemisia filifolia. FTIR spectrum was used to identify the possible function groups of biomolecules in the plant extract that might be responsible for bioreduction and coating of AgNPs.

A young plant of Artemisia monosperma. The silver, nanoparticles synthesis were confirmed using different techniques.


Bioactive constituents of Artemisia monosperma.

The spectra also illustrate a prominent shift in the wave numbers corresponding to amide Gay ex Besser Artemisia ordosica Krasch. At this stage there is efficient trapping of air-borne dust which leads to improvement of the moisture regime.

In present study, antimicrobial of synthesized AgNPs by green methods from aqueous extract of plant A. March 28, Article Accepted on: Section Tridentatae includes above species with exception of Artemisia longilobawhich is treated as a subspecies of Artemisia arbuscula.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Artemisia borotalensis Poljakov Artemisia bottnica Lundstr. The antimicrobial activity of silver is well known.

Artemisia monosperma and its Activity

Artemisia olchonensis Leonova Artemisia oliveriana J. Artemisia absinthium is used to make the highly potent spirits absinthe. The formation of nanopaerticles was confirmed by TEM Transsimision electron microscopythe image of TEM of silver NPs depicted in figure 3, indicate the monowperma, morphology and size of synthesis AgNPs, the size was in the range of 18 nm, and the shape was spherical and irregular.