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  • Mass Spectroscopy - Introduction and Types of Peaks ( 30251 reads)   

    Introduction, molecular ion peak and fragment ion peak of mass spectroscopy. Rearrangement ion peak, metastable ion peak and other types peaks in mass spectroscopy - Category: Pharmacy
  • ISO-9000 Requirments, Effectiveness and Advantages ( 4001 reads)   

    ISO 9000 is widely acknowledged that proper quality management improves business, often having a positive effect on investment, market share, sales growth, sales margins, competitive advantage, and avoidance of litigation. - Category: Industry News
  • Tests, Isolation and Chromatography of Glycosides - Part 3 ( 6597 reads)   

    Information about chromatography of Glycosides, isolation by Stass Otto method and Doskotch method. The genins and glycosides are separated by column chromatography to get individual glycosides. - Category: Agriculture
  • Glycosides Classification and Isolation Tests - Part 2 ( 22805 reads)   

    It is a semi quantitative method to find out the presence of sugars that is polysaccharides. We have to hydrolyze the drug and then chemical tests are carried out. The procedure for the isolation of glycosides also varies. The general method is Stass Otto method. - Category: Agriculture
  • An Introduction to Glycosides - Part 1 ( 5846 reads)   

    These are organic compounds from plants and animal origin which an enzymatic or acidic hydrolysis fives one or more sugar moiety (glycone) along with non sugar moieties (aglycone). - Category: Agriculture
  • WHO Guidelines For Herbal Drugs : Part 3 ( 7356 reads)   

    Evaluation with reference to leaf contents, physiochemical and biological contents. - Category: Agriculture
  • WHO Guidelines For Herbal Drugs : Part 2 ( 4226 reads)   

    The products of traditional system can not be manufactured without a license from state drug control authorities and they should contains ingredients which are mentioned in the recognized books as specified in the D&C act. Legal status and the the goal of WHO with botanical evaluation has been discussed in this section - Category: Agriculture
  • WHO Guidelines For Herbal Drugs : Part 1 ( 4859 reads)   

    Introduction to World Health Organization's guideline for herbal drugs and programmes of WHO. The United Nation convention states that the standardization is a critical importance for meeting the food, health and other needs of the growing world population. - Category: Agriculture
  • Extraction Techniques for Herbal Drugs - Part 4 ( 3679 reads)   

    In 1985 Stahl demonstrated the wide applicability of Thin-layer chromatography. In outline the method consists of preparing, on a suitable glass plate, a thin layer of material, the solvent which may be either an adsorbent as used in column adsorption chromatography. Gas Liquid Chromatography was introduced by James and Martin in 1952, based on the suggestion of Martin and Synge Gas Chromatography separates volatile substances by percolation a gas stream over a stationary phase. - Category: Agriculture
  • Extraction Techniques for Herbal Drugs - Part 3 ( 3573 reads)   

    Saponins do not produce trouble some foams and unwanted oxidation changes are avoided, little preliminary purification of the plant extract is required. And the apparatus is simple to operate and clean. Partition chromatography was introduced by Martin and Synge in 1941 for the separation of acetylated amino acids and was first applied to the separation of alkaloids by Evans and Partridge in 1948. - Category: Agriculture
  • Extraction Techniques for Herbal Drugs - Part 2 ( 5615 reads)   

    The commonly employed technique for removal of active substance from crude drug is called extraction. The choice of the plant material for extraction depends on its nature and the components required to be isolated. - Category: Agriculture
  • Extraction Techniques for Herbal Drugs - Part 1 ( 25794 reads)   

    Extraction can be defined as the removal of soluble materials from an insoluble residue, either liquid or solid, by treatment with a liquid solvent. The choice of extraction procedure depends on the nature of the plant material and the components to be isolated. - Category: Agriculture
  • Ethnomedicine : Study of Traditional Medicines ( 11646 reads)   

    What is Ethnomedicine? It is a sub-field of medical anthropology and deals with the study of traditional medicines. Ethnomedicine has evolved over the millenia of human existence, and has even been exhibited by dogs, cats, and wild animals that eat specific grasses, roots, and other plant parts to relieve pain, supplement diet and help cure disease. - Category: Healthcare
  • DNA Fingerprinting Introduction and Applications ( 13857 reads)   

    Applications of DNA fingerprinting and its advantages. DNA is located in the cell nucleus and called as nuclear DNA. A small amount of DNA can be found in the mitochondria, where it is called as mitochondrial DNA. DNA has the ability to replicate and make copies of itself. - Category: DNA
  • Davana Oil: Product Characteristics, Specifications and Applications - Part 1 ( 6568 reads)   

    Physical and chemical description with uses. Davana Oil is one of the important essential oils. Essential oils obtained from higher plants are important raw materials used for manufacture of perfumes, flavours and cosmetics. Even with considerable development in production of synthetic perfumery and flavouring chemicals, essential oils continue to be the important raw materials for these industries throughout the world. - Category: Agriculture
  • Davana Oil: Manufacturing Process, Import and Export Trends - Part 2 ( 6241 reads)   

    Davana is mostly cultivated in the red soil regions in South India. It comes up very well in rich loamy soils. Davana is an annual herb, family compositor, requiring about four months to reach maturity, at which it attains a height of about around one and half feet. - Category: Agriculture
  • Basil : Cultivation and Collection ( 8044 reads)   

    Cultivation, collection and uses of the Basil drug. Tulsi or Basil is indigenous to the lower hills of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh and is cultivated throughout India. It is also cultivated in Southern France, Egypt, Belgium, Hungary, and other Mediterranean countries and also in USA. - Category: Agriculture
  • Traditional System of Medicine : Siddha Medicine ( 4260 reads)   

    principle and formulations of Siddha medicine. Siddha system is one of the oldest systems of medicine being practiced in south India for centuries. It is even practiced in Sri lanka, Singapore, Malaysia. It traces its origin to Dravidian culture attributed to sage Agasthya. - Category: Healthcare
  • Herbal Cosmetics (Part-2) - Hair Care, Dental Care and Skin Care ( 4339 reads)   

    Herbal cosmetics for skin, hair and teeth. Shampoos immediately form abundant foam irrespective of the type of water used or the nature of soil or fat to be removed from hair. Dentifrices are the preparations used for cleaning the surface of teeth and keep them shiny and to preserve the health of the teeth and gum - Category: Healthcare
  • Herbal Cosmetics (Part-1) - Cleansing Cream, Vanishing Cream and Sunscreen ( 7444 reads)   

    The cosmetics in general are external preparations and are meant to be applied to external parts of the body. Preparation Methods for herbal cleanising cream, vanishing cream and sunscreens. - Category: Healthcare
  • Traditional System of Medicine : Unani Medicine (Part -2) ( 3183 reads)   

    Role of unani system in health care. Traditional medicine does not see only a single remedy or a single approach as being suitable for all people. Symptoms are seen only as an indication of a deeper malaise which is not necessarily. - Category: Healthcare
  • Traditional System of Medicine : Unani Medicine (Part-1) ( 5786 reads)   

    Principles of diagnosis for unani medicine. Looking back, Unani medicine originated from Greece under the patronage of Bukrat Hippocrates (460-377) BC. Aristotle Galen established its foundation. This system of Greek origin was further carried to Persia (Iran) where it has been improved by Arabian physicians. - Category: Healthcare
  • Rauwolfia: Cultivation and Collection ( 12333 reads)   

    Cultivation and collection with chemical constituents uses of rauwolfia plant. Rauwolfia is mostly used as antihypertensive. Reserpine lowes the blood pressure level by depleting stores of catecholamines at nerve endings. Because of tranquillising effect , the drug is also use in mild anxiety conditions. - Category: Agriculture
  • Senna: Cultivation and Collection ( 13022 reads)   

    Senna (Cassia angustifolia Vahl) is a small shrub, a native of Yemen and South Arabia. The leaves and pods contain sennosides used for their laxative was introduced in to Tamil Nadu in the eighteenth century where it grawn as an annual crop of 5 to 7 months duration in 8000 to 10,000 Ha both under rainfed and irrigated condition. Successful cultivation also has been demonstrated in Karnataka (Bangalore ) , Gujrat(Anand) , and Delhi - Category: Agriculture
  • Plant Enzymes - Preparation And Uses Of Papain And Bromelain ( 13933 reads)   

    Papain is a mixture of enzyme, particularly proteolytic enzymes. It is also known as Vegetable Pepsin because it contains similar proteolytic enzymes of pepsin. Bromelain is a protein digesting and milk clotting enzyme. - Category: Agriculture

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