Derris elliptica


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woody vine having bright green leaves and racemes of rose-tinted white flowers

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Derris elliptica roots were first collected from Ladang 2, Faculty of Agriculture, Universiti Putra Malaysia, UPM, Malaysia.
Hence, the response surface modeling could be applied effectively to predict the extraction of rotenone from Derris elliptica root.
Derris elliptica was collected in the state of Johor; Kota Johor Lama, Malaysia [7,8,9].
A preliminary study of rotenone exhaustive extraction kinetic from Derris elliptica dried roots using normal soaking extraction (NSE) method.
The exposure of Clarias gariepinus to sub-lethal concentrations of Derris elliptica root was reported to lead to severe alteration in the gills of the fish after 96h exposure[11].
gariepinus exposed to sub-lethal concentrations of Derris elliptica under laboratory conditions.
Derris elliptica roots were collected in the state of Johor; Kota Johor Lama, Malaysia.
For that reason, an internal standard method was carried out to determine the concentration of rotenone in the liquid crude extract of Derris elliptica and to compare the bio-active constituent profile with the commercially available rotenoids cube resin manufactured by SAPHYR (France).
The exhaustive extraction of Derris elliptica occurred approximately between 800 mins to 840 mins with the amount of 895 mg rotenone/50 g dried roots.
Effects of root extract from Derris (Derris elliptica Benth) on mortality and detoxification enyzme levels in the Diamondback Moth Larvae (Plutella xylostella Linn.).
'Tuba' plant is known by its botanical name as Derris elliptica. This commercially important botanical plant like Derris elliptica and Derris malaccensis contains around 4% (w/w) to 5% (w/w) rotenone [5].
The roots of Derris elliptica plants were dried at room temperature and ground in a knife mill.
'Tuba' is known by its botanical name as Derris elliptica. Rotenone is one of the important bio-active compounds extracted from Derris elliptica and other important constituents of Derris root (e.g., deguelin and tephrosin) have been shown to be toxic to insects as well.
Derris elliptica was collected in the state of Johor; Kulai and Kangkar Pulai, Malaysia.
Yam bean is a papilionacar specy, known as Derris elliptica, Lonchocarpus utilis and L.