PDF | Artemisia pallens Walls. ex DC, commonly known as Davana, is an aromatic herb found abundantly in humid habitats in the plains all. Extraction of the aerial parts of Artemisia pallens afforded several sesquiterpene ketones not previously reported from davana oil, including a new 3,4-epoxy. Functional use(s) – flavor and fragrance agents. Has a fruity type odor and an fruity type flavor.

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Citrus and Allied Essences. Two celled spindle shaped trichome.

Sesquiterpene ketones related to davanone from Artemisia pallens: The results of the present study conclusively demonstrated that Artemisia pallens Wall possess high antioxidant potential. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.

It is an aromatic herb found abundantly in humid habitats in the plains all over India.

Churchill Livingstone Artemiaia, Artemisias are bitter aromatic herbs or low shrubs often with much divided leaves and inconspicuous flowers borne on numerous small heads.

National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. This oil is mainly used in the flavouring of cakes, pastries, tobacco, and also some costly beverages.

B Phytochemical and antioxidant screening of some plants of apocynaceae from South West Nigeria. Previously isolated classes of constituents: The Extracts of Artemisia pallens were analyzed for their antibacterial capacity against six bacterial strains and a yeast strain. Each dose was made of 1 ml.


The free radical scavenging activity was calculated using the following equation. Dhavanam has alternate pinnasect leaves leaf which is divided into opposite pairs of lobes cut almost to the midrib In narrow divisions or palmatisect leaves the green tissue is divided into several segments not fully separated At the base.

One hundred and fifty microliter DPPH solution was added to each test tube. The 2,2 —diphenyl, 1-picryl hydrazyl DPPH -free radical scavenging activity was determined using the method described by Sanja et al. Artemisia pallens is found in Nilgiri hills, artemisix has been used by the tribal people for various ailments.

At Penta, our products and services help businesses do business better. Plant produces more phenolic compounds than flavonoids. The results indicate that, ethanolic extract of Artemisia pallens possess antimicrobial activity and presence of flavonoids are found to be responsible for this activity 17 Table 7. Attemisia infection, bronchial congestion, coughs, colds, influenza, nervous stomach, indigestion, nausea, menstrual cramps, menopausal symptoms, general debility, anxiety, stress, irritability, tension.

Gas chromatographic analysis of essential oils with preliminary partition of components. Click on a book’s title to view details and read a full review for the book. Mujumdar2 V.


Essential oil of Artemisia Pallens Wall (Davana): a study of minor constituents

Thakur, Fragrant Components of oil from Artemisia pallens, Phytochemistry,; 2: Microwave assisted extraction of Artemisia pallens for Tyrosinase inhibitory activity: Microscopical observation of Artemisia pallens showed that the leaf is dorsiventral with isolateral mesophyll tissue. Visit AromaWeb’s Books area to find details about many other essential oil and aromatherapy pqllens.

It is commercially cultivated for its fragrant leaves and flowers. Problem features There is no known weed risk or other problem features associated with growing this plant.

Artemisia pallens – Wikipedia

arteemisia On the upper and lower sides of the central row are wide, thin walled palisade cells Figure 2. The ethanolic extract of Artemisia pallens was screened for their antibacterial activity.

The epidermal layer of the mid rib is thin and distinct with squarish cells and smooth cuticle. It is also artistically blended in floral chaplets worn by South Indian ladies. Occurrence nature, food, other: