Momordica


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Momordica charantia seed oil possesses many essential nutrient compounds needed for proper functioning of human body.
2011) tambem comprovaram a eficiencia dos extratos aquosos de Momordica charantia que inibiram 100% da germinacao e 71% (meio solido) e 86% (meio liquido) do crescimento micelial de Colletotrichum musae.
No effect of acute, single dose oral administration of Momordica charantia Linn.
The preparation of MCS was as follows: Dried materials of Momordica charantia were powdered and sieved (60 mesh).
Momordica charantia polysaccharide (MCP), obtained from Momordica charantia, can also be an antioxidant agent.
Within the population of Malaysia, Momordica charantia is among the traditional vegetables or generally referred to as "ulam" and is locally known as Peria Katak.
Saponins from the traditional medicinal plant Momordica charantia stimulate insulin secretion in vitro.
Hypoglycemic effect of Momordica charantia extract in normoglycemic or cyproheptadine induced hyperglycemic mice.
Their topics include the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Momordica charantia (bitter melon) fruit extracts, an in-house approach for fabricating poly-silicon nanobiosensors using a conventional photolithography and etching method, photovoltaic properties of dye-sensitized solar cells using novel aligned zinc oxide nanorod arrays on a catalyst doped with tin and seeded with zinc oxide with different aspect ratios, optimizing linear oxide width using local anodic oxidation lithography for fabricating semiconductor and metal nanowires, and a fundamental study of electron-beam lithography beyond the sub 100 nanometer process and its application.
These plants were Typhonium trilobatum, Momordica cymbalaria, Desmodium triquetum, Curculigo latifolia, Curculigo orchioides, Hyptis capitata, Parabaena sagittata, and Datura metel.