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Phytochemical Study of Selected Medicinal Plant, Solanum Nigrum, the Algerian Desert

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Solanum Nigrum plant contains many compounds of High utility, such as: alkaloids, saponin, and others. Through this study in the field of plant chemistry that we can know all the components of the various parts (leaves, twigs, flowers, fruits and roots) of the plant Solanum Nigrum, and enhance the classification of the operations during the disclosure of the components of the plant and contents of secondary metabolism and some of which adopted the newly particularly alkaloids and terpenes as genetic indicators.


International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 20)
Z. Djaafar and O. M. Ridha, "Phytochemical Study of Selected Medicinal Plant, Solanum Nigrum, the Algerian Desert", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 20, pp. 25-30, 2014
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October 2013

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