Simultaneous quantification of azadirachtin and 3-tigloylazadirachtol in Brazilian seeds and oil of Azadirachta
indica: application to quality control and marketing.
Comparative efficacy of Annona squamosa and Azadirachta
indica exracts against Boophilus microplus Izatnagar isolate.
Investigation of synergistic effects of extracts from Erythrophleum suaveolens, Azadirachta
indica, and Chromolaena odorata on the durability of Antiaris toxicaria.
The neem (scientific name: Azadirachta
indica) belongs to the meliaceae family and is native to Indian subcontinent.
The leaves of a related species, Annona squamosa along with the leaves of Azadirachta
indica in a polyherbal formulation reportedly showed analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities (Sharma et al.
2003) discerned majority of nests on Ficus benjamina, Ficus glomerata, Ficus religiosa with the placement occasionally on Mangifera indica, Pithecellobium dulce, Azadirachta
indica and Delonix regia.
According to the world's folk and traditional medicine some plants including Gossypium herbaceum (5), Azadirachta
indica (6-7), Tripterygium wilfordii (8), Echiveria gibbiflora (9-10), Allium sativum (11), Carica papaya (12), Alstonia macrophylla (13), Ricinus communis (14), Achyranthes aspera and Stephania hernandifolia (15) have been tested for their male contraceptive effects.
An immense number of scientific studies have been devoted to the inhibitive action of green inhibitors on the corrosion of mild carbon steel in acidic media, showing that these extracts could serve as good corrosion inhibitors; the cited extracts include Piper nigrum, (8) Occimum viridis, Telferia occidentalism Azadirachta
indica, Vitex negundo, Woodfordia fruticosa, Allium cepa, Cuscuta reflexa, Shorea robusta and Skimmia laureola were other important species in their uses for curing 4-5 types of skin related diseases.
Antibacterial, antisecretory and antihemorrhagic activity of Azadirachta
indica used to treat cholera and diarrhea in India.
There are various plants or plant parts such as Azadirachta
indica, Acacia nilotica, Eugenia jambolana, Terminalia arjuna, leaves and roots of Moringa oleifera, fruit of Ficus religiosa and leaves of Aloe barbadensis have been studied extensively for their antioxidant and medicinal properties (Sultana et al.
Neem, scientifically referred to as Azadirachta
indica, is a medicinal tree.
Enhanced production of azadirachtin by hairy root cultures of Azadirachta
Papua New Guinea, Japan, globulus (Tasmanian blue United States, South gum), Ficus soatensis America, US Virgin Islands, (rubber Savanna), Pinus British Virgin Islands radiata * (Monterey pine), Terminalia catappa (almond) India Acacia nilotica (thorn Africa, Asia, Australia, tree), Azadirachta
indica Caribbean, Central America, (neem tree), Cassia fistula Hawaii, Indonesia, (golden shower tree), Malaysia, Pacific Islands, Cassia marginata, E.
All the more, Neem extract has been only very occasionally involved in environmental engineering and environmental chemistry research with the analysis of the adsorption of Pb(II) from aqueous solution by neem leaf powder by Bhattacharyya and Sharma (2004), the equilibrium and kinetic studies biosorption of zinc from aqueous solution using Azadirachta
indica bark by King et al.