Rattleweed research studies on its benefits and uses

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What is Rattleweed? It’s benefits and uses

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Sorting Crotalaria names / MULTILINGUAL MULTISCRIPT PLANT NAME DATABASE
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Clastogenic effect of extracts obtained from Crotalaria retusa L. and Crotalaria mucronata Desv. on mouse bone marrow cells / Lucia R Robeiro, Ana Rita Silva, Ana Rita P L Bautista et al / Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology, Vol 300, No 3-4, August 1993, Pages 253-258 / doi:10.1016/0165-1218(93)90058-L
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Studies on the Oil and Nutritive Value of Seeds of Crotalaria retusa L. (Fabaceae) 
/ S.C. Umerie, I.F. Okonkwo, N.A. Nwadialor and J.C. Okonkwo / Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 2010 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 9 | Page No.: 912-914 / DOI: 10.3923/pjn.2010.912.914
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Evaluation of the leishmanicide action of ethanol extracts of Crotalaria retusa L. (Fabaceae) / Louisianny Guerra da Rocha, Cicero Flavio Soares Arangao et al / Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy, 19(1A): 51-56, Jan./Mar. 2009
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Assessment of neurotoxicity of monocrotaline, an alkaloid extracted from Crotalaria retusa in astrocyte/neuron co-culture system. / Pitanga BP, Silva VD, Souza CS, Junqueira HA, Fragomeni BO et al / Neurotoxicology. 2011 Dec;32(6):776-84. Epub 2011 Jul 14.
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ln vitro antimicrobial activity of sorne medicinal plants from Cameroon 
/ Gangoué-Piéboji, O.E. Pegnyernb, 0 Niyitegeka et al / Pharm. Méd. Trad. Afr. 2004, Vol. 13, pp.161-173
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TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINES OF THE COASTAL DIVERSITY IN TUTICORIN DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU, INDIA / K Muthukumar, A Selvin Samuel / Journal of Phytology 2010, 2(8): 38–46
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ETHNOMEDICAL STUDIES OF CROTALARIA SPECIES FOUND IN ZARIA, NORTHERN NIGERIA

Nuhu, H., Abdurrahman, E. M., Shok, M. / Nig. Journ. Pharm. Sci., October, 2009, Vol. 8 No. 2, P. 46 – 53
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Inherited folk pharmaceutical knowledge of tribal people n the Chittagong Hills tracts, Bangladesh / Animesh Biswas, M A Bari, Mohashweta Roy, and S K Bhadra / Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, Vol 9 (1), Jan 2010, pp 77-89
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Clastogenic effect of extracts obtained from Crotalaria retusa L. and Crotalaria mucronata Desv. on mouse bone marrow cells. / Ribeiro LR1, Silva AR, Bautista AR, Costa SL, Sales LA, Rios AC, Salvadori DM. / Mutat Res. 1993 Aug;300(3-4):253-8.
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Analysis of pyrrolizidine alkaloid from Crotalaria retusa L / Srinivas Nakka, Bapatla Veerendra Kumar and Bellary Nagaraju Devendra / Der Pharma Chemica, 2013, 5(6):6-11
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Preliminary Antimicrobial Screening of Some Indian Medicinal Plants Part I / P. Malairajana*, Geetha Gopalakrishnanb, S. Narasimhanc and K. Jessi Kala Venia / Int. J. Drug Dev. & Res., October-December 2012, 4(4): 133-137
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The role of astrocytes in metabolism and neurotoxicity of the pyrrolizidine alkaloid monocrotaline, the main toxin of Crotalaria retusa / Bruno Penas Seara Pitanga, Ravena P. Nascimento, Victor Diógenes A. Silva and Silvia L. Costa*/ Front. Pharmacol., 03 August 2012 | doi: 10.3389/fphar.2012.00144
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Monocrotaline: Histological Damage and Oxidant Activity in Brain Areas of Mice
 / Jose ́ Eduardo Ribeiro Hono ́ rio Junior, Germana Silva Vasconcelos, Francisca Taciana Sousa Rodrigues, Jose ́ Guedes Sena Filho, Jose ́ Maria Barbosa-Filho, Carlos Clayton Torres Aguiar, Luzia Kalyne Almeida Moreira Leal, Pedro Marcos Gomes Soares, David John Woods, Marta Maria de França Fonteles, and Silvaˆnia Maria Mendes Vasconcelos / Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity Volume 2012 / doi:10.1155/2012/697541)
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Herbal treatment of scorpion envenomation: Plant extracts inhibited Opisthacanthus capensis venom phospholipase A2 activity
 / Hassan Zanna*, Sa’idu Ahmad, Babagana Abdulmalik, Magaji Tasi’u, Grace Okonkwo Abel, Hauwa Mustapha Musa / Advances in Biochemistry, 2014; 2(4): 55-59 / doi: 10.11648/j.ab.20140204.12

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