THE DETERMINATION OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS FROM ARISTOLOCHIA CLEMATITIS FROM SPONTANEOUS FLORA NEEDED WITH INFLUENCE OF ARISTOLOCHIC ACID

Authors

  • Olimpia Pandia
  • Ion Saracin
  • Ion Bozga
  • Marin Gheorghe

Abstract

The present work intends to analyze both the toxicity of this plant produced especially by the aristolohic acid which is a powerful carcinogen, as well as of other compounds existing in this plant (De Broe ME, the exposure to aristolohic acid being a strong nefrotoxin "), and the complex physiological processes taking place in the life of the plant, in order to enter into the common medicinal plants classified list.
For this purpose were determined clorofilieni pigments, the content of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium found in the gathered samples, which differ from one plant to another depending on the place of growth and the vivacity of the plant at different times in the growing season, climate and soil. To obtain accurate results, chemical soil analyses were made, we tried to obtain an AC infusion, followed by conducting other analyses together with other specialized institutions in order to determine its effectiveness in horology for different treatments.

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2014-08-21

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies