Mimosa pudica

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Synonyms for Mimosa pudica

prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, and Australia

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Herding, Anticonvulsant Activity of Mimosa pudica decoction, Fitoterapia, 75, 309 (2004).
Murugan, Antimalarial Activity and Phytochemical Screening of Ethanolic leaf extract of Phyllanthus niruri and Mimosa pudica, Int.
Khumbongmayum, Diuretic Property of Aqueous Extract of Leaves of Mimosa pudica Linn.
Table 2: Traditional methods of preparation and frequency of administration of Coccinia grandis, Costus specious, Desmodium gangeticum, Mimosa pudica and Psidium guava.
The leaves of Mimosa pudica were procured from the Thailavaram (near SRM University) in the month of Febuary-2009.
The coarsely powdered leaves (300 g) of Mimosa pudica was extracted to exhaustion in a soxhlet apparatus (9) at 50 [degrees]C with 500 ml of chloroform.
The chloroform extract of Mimosa pudica leaves was then subjected to preliminary phytochemical (10) analysis to assess the presence of various phytoconstituents; it revealed the presence of flavonoids, alkaloids and glycosides.
Neutralisation of lethality, myotoxicity and toxic enzymes of Naja kaouthia venom by Mimosa pudica root extracts.
Antidiabetic efficacy of Mimosa pudica (lajwanti) root in albino rabbits.
Mimosa pudica (mimosa) o planta sensitiva, planta nativa extendida en la region altoandina, pertenece al genero Mimosa.
Las investigaciones han demostrado que Mimosa pudica tiene diversas propiedades farmacologicas.
El siguiente trabajo ha buscado observar el efecto del extracto etanolico de las hojas de Mimosa pudica (mimosa) sobre la fertilidad en ratas normales.
Material biologico: Ratas albinas, y hojas de Mimosa pudica.
Palabras clave: Mimosa pudica, fertilidad, ratas gravidas.
Specifically, scientists have observed that in rats with experimental injury of the sciatic nerve (which runs through the pelvis and upper leg), regeneration was 30-40% higher in animals treated with the Mimosa pudica extract.