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Antifungal Metabolites from Plants by Laura Svetaz, Marcos Derita, Ma. Victoria Rodríguez,

By Laura Svetaz, Marcos Derita, Ma. Victoria Rodríguez, Agustina Postigo (auth.), Mehdi Razzaghi-Abyaneh, Mahendra Rai (eds.)

The target of this booklet is to supply crucial info at the use of alternative medicinal vegetation and their secondary metabolites for the therapy of varied fungal illnesses affecting humans, animals and vegetation. it's divided in 4 components: half I examines the worldwide distribution of plant-derived antifungal compounds, half II offers with antifungal actions of plant metabolites, half III comprises crops utilized in Ayurveda and standard platforms for treating fungal illnesses, and half IV discusses using plant-derived items to guard crops opposed to fungal diseases.

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2005) Ghorbanian et al. (2007) Razzaghi-Abyaneh et al. (2009) Mahboubi and Bidgoli (2010) Reference Affected fungi 2 Antifungal Plants of Iran 41 Poaceae Avena sativa L. Glaucium oxylobum Boiss. et Buhse M. 1 (continued) Common oat Lotus sweetjuice (Roodbar-Guilan) Morteza-Semnani et al. (2003) Horned poppy Common name (place of collection) Roots Aerial parts Part used – O-methylflavinantine Methanolic extract – a-allocryptopine – Protopine – Glaucine – Dicentrine 300 lg/ml of isolated alkaloids: Methanolic extract Effective component (s) T.

45 % of the oil) Methanolic extract Essential oil A. niger 125-500 lg/ml 250 lg/ml only for C. albicans-MICs 240–480 lg/ml-MICs C. albicans C. albicans C2 ll/ml-MLC No effect 250–500 lg/ml C. 3 %) A. flavus A. parasiticus F. oxysporum f. sp. radiciscucumerinum C. albicans A. parasiticus Affected fungi 1 ll/ml-MIC 1–5 ll disks on PDA for 4 days at 25 C Inhibitory concentration Essential oil Effective component (s) (continued) Ahmadi et al. (2010) Ebrahimabadi et al. (2010a) Yadegarinia et al. (2006) Naeini et al.

1 Asteraceae The antifungal sesquiterpene 6-cinnamoyloxy-1-hydroxyeudesm-4-en-3-one 76 was isolated from Vernonanthura tweediana (Baker) H. , with high activities against the clinically important fungi C. albicans and C. neoformans, (Portillo et al. 2005). 2 Piperaceae From Piper fulvescens C. , three antifungal neolignans, eupomatenoid 53 and 54 and conocarpan 56 were isolated (Freixa et al. 2001). 10 Peru Thirty-six ethanol extracts from 24 plants were screened for antifungal activities against four fungi including C.

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