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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.9.1985.tde-24042013-160957
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Author
Full name
Paulo Chanel Deodato de Freitas
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1985
Supervisor
Title in Portuguese
Estudo Farmacognóstico Comparativo de Espécies Brasileiras do Gênero Passiflora L.
Keywords in Portuguese
Farmacognosia
P. alata
P. edulis
P. incarnata
Passiflora
Passifloraceae
Abstract in Portuguese
Não consta resumo na publicação.
Title in English
Comparative research pharmacognostic of Brazilian species of Passiflora
Keywords in English
P. alata
P. edulis
P. incarnata
Passiflora
Pharmacognosy
Abstract in English
The objective of the present dissertation is to contribute for the enlargment and engrossment of the available data on the drug known as maracujá as well as on its extracts. Comprised topics include comparative morphodiagnostic studies and illustrations for P.alata Dryand., P. quadrangularis L., P. edulis Sims. and P. incarnata L.. The differentiation and characterization of the above mentioned species in terms of chemical composition was accomplished by thin layer chromatographic techniques. Chromatographical profiles were established for flavonoid and alkaloid fractions on the four species in relation to reference standards orientin, isoorientin, vitexin, and isovitexin (for flavonoids), and harman and harmin (for alkaloids). P. alata Dryand. earned a more detailed study. The quantifications of flavonoid and alkaloid fractions were performed densitometricaly by TLC and expressed as orientin and harman, respectively. Pharmacological assays carried out with extracts included acute toxicity and CNS depressor activity.
 
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2013-04-24
 
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