Morus alba

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Synonyms for Morus alba

Asiatic mulberry with white to pale red fruit

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2014) orally Morus alba extract at a dose of 1 g/ kg per day for 8 weeks Shah and Khan Two experimental diabetic groups received (2014) orally the ethyl acetate fraction of Sida cordata at a dose of 150 mg/kg and 300 mg/ kg for 15 days Authors Testicular parameters analyzed Raza Endogenous peroxidase activity, et al.
The blood glucose levels of diabetic animals of this group were recorded at around 9 am before the administration of the test drug Morus alba 600 mg/kg body weight suspended in normal saline; this value was considered as blood glucose value of 0 day.
Inclusion of Morus alba leaf meal: its effect on apparent retention of nutrient, productive performance and quality of the carcass of naked neck fowls.
During the early period of incubation Melia azedarach produced the highest volume of gas, whereas during latter hours (after 12 h) Morus alba produced the highest gas volume.
These results revealed that the post-transfer values of P450 were the highest, whereas those of GST were the lowest, except when whiteflies were shifted to white mulberry, Morus alba L.
Morus alba (mulberry) is a plant rich in phytochemicals, which have an important role in diet-based therapies to cure several diseases.
The objective of this review is to unveil the phytochemistry, nutritional profile and pharmacologically active constituents of Morus alba L.
La mayoria de los ejemplares registrados pertenece a Morus alba (mas de 80%), y el resto a Melia azedarach, Broussonetia papyrifera, Ligustrum lucidum, Fraxinus sp.
The samples of this experiment were randomized control trial selected for 20 women and divided into 4 groups as follows: (1) Silk Worm Feeding Weaving Women treated with Morus alba Linn.
In addition to this Morus alba and Celtis australis occurred naturally in the area due to dispersal of seeds.
It includes many species, the most popular ones being Morus alba, Morus nigra, and Morus rubra.
In vivo examination of the antidiabetic effects of extract and powder of Morus alba leaves on animals pointed out its antioxidant capacity and the fact that it decreased postprandial blood glucose probably by preventing glucose absorption in intestine via inhibition of alpha glycosidase enzyme.