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ANOPHELINOCIDE ACTIVITY OF THE AQUEOUS, TERPENIC AND STEROIDIC EXTRACTS OF THE PLANTES Mentha aquatica AND Artemisia annua


[ ACTIVITE ANOPHELINOCIDE DES EXTRAITS AQUEUX, TERPENIQUES, ET STEROÏDIQUES DES PLANTES Mentha aquatica ET Artemisia annua ]

Volume 10, Issue 2, October 2014, Pages 318–323

 ANOPHELINOCIDE ACTIVITY OF THE AQUEOUS, TERPENIC AND STEROIDIC EXTRACTS OF THE PLANTES Mentha aquatica AND Artemisia annua

Bertin Zawadi Musaka, Janvier Bandibabone Balikubiri, Jean Augustin Rubabura Kituka, Chihire Barhahakana, Josué Fikiri Kwigonda, and Luc Ombeni Bashwira

Original language: French

Received 11 August 2014

Copyright © 2014 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


Artemisia annua and Mentha aquatica are plants, the first being an annual plant of variable size and the second in a perennial grass rependu D.R.CONGO. Both are used because of their toxic activity in Acanthoscelides obtectus and against Plasmodium falciparum. Aqueous extracts, terpene, and steroids from the leaves are equipped with a power that acts anophélinocide for 6 days. The DL100 and the LD50 of total extracts are respectively 0.37g/ml and 0,16g/ml for M. aquatica, 0.16g/ml and 0.08g/ml for A. annua.

Author Keywords: activity anophélinocide, aqueous extracts, terpenes, steroids, Mentha aquatica and Artemisia annua.


Abstract: (french)


Artemisia annua et Mentha aquatica sont des plantes, la première étant une plante annuelle de taille variable et la seconde une herbe pérenne rependue en R.D.CONGO. Toutes les deux sont utilisées suite à leur activité toxique chez Acanthoscelides obtectus et contre le Plasmodium falciparum. Les extraits aqueux, terpéniques, et steroidiques issus de leurs feuilles sont dotés d'un pouvoir anophélinocide qui agit pendant 6 jours. Les DL100 et le DL50 des extraits totaux sont respectivement de 0,37g/ml et 0,16g/ml pour M. aquatica ; 0,16g/ml et 0,08g/ml pour A. annua.

Author Keywords: activité anophélinocide- extraits aqueux- terpéniques- steroïdiques- Mentha aquatica et Artemisia annua.


How to Cite this Article


Bertin Zawadi Musaka, Janvier Bandibabone Balikubiri, Jean Augustin Rubabura Kituka, Chihire Barhahakana, Josué Fikiri Kwigonda, and Luc Ombeni Bashwira, “ANOPHELINOCIDE ACTIVITY OF THE AQUEOUS, TERPENIC AND STEROIDIC EXTRACTS OF THE PLANTES Mentha aquatica AND Artemisia annua,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 318–323, October 2014.