By Laura Svetaz, Marcos Derita, Ma. Victoria Rodríguez, Agustina Postigo (auth.), Mehdi Razzaghi-Abyaneh, Mahendra Rai (eds.)
The objective of this e-book is to supply crucial info at the use of other medicinal crops and their secondary metabolites for the therapy of varied fungal illnesses affecting people, animals and vegetation. it truly is divided in 4 elements: half I examines the worldwide distribution of plant-derived antifungal compounds, half II bargains with antifungal actions of plant metabolites, half III contains vegetation utilized in Ayurveda and conventional platforms for treating fungal illnesses, and half IV discusses using plant-derived items to guard crops opposed to fungal diseases.
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2 mm 580 lg/ml-IC50 5 mg/disk Inhibition zone of 18–21 mm 8–256 lg/ml A. flavus A. fumigatus R. solani A. niger 10–55 lg/disk C. glabrata A. niger T. mentagrophytes E. floccosum C. albicans Affected fungi A. flavus A. parasiticus C. 0 lg/ml-MLCs Inhibitory concentration Effective component (s) (continued) Tolouee et al. (2010) Alinezhad et al. (2011) Bahraminejad et al. (2011) Ghasemi-Pirbalouti et al. (2011) Ghasemi-Pirbalouti et al. (2009) Mahboubi and Kazempour (2011) Reference 34 M. Razzaghi-Abyaneh et al.