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It is recognised as a medicinal herb to possess with various properties such as anti-fungal activity Banerjee and Nigam [16]smooth muscle relaxant and anti-asthmatic activity Arulmozhi et al.

Wikispecies has information related to Curcuma caesia. The phytochemical studies of C. The water is poured in the cauldron such that the rhizomes are completely covered. It has been hypothesised that bioantimutagens act as second stage inhibitors that blocks the mutagen before they could attack the DNA [46] and bioantimutagenic effect of phytochemicals is determined in co incubation method [47]. Recent advances in the chemoprevention of cancer.

Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of oleoresins isolated from nine Curcuma species.

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These dried rhizomes are then packed for marketing. Determination of total phenolic contents in the plant extracts The concentration of phenolics in plant extracts was determined using Folin Ciocalteau method [26] with little modifications. Antioxidant activity profiling by spectrophotometric methods of phenolic extract of Prasium majus L. The fractions showed a varied free radical scavenging activity.

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Conclusion In conclusion, the present study has shown for the first time that C. Volatile constituents of rhizome oil of Curcuma caesia Roxb.

Blank was prepared, containing 0. By etymologykali is the feminine form of kala, which means black color, and hence the plant is called black turmeric.


J Adv Pharm Tech Res ;1: International book distributors; Increase in the absorbance values shows the increasing reducing ability of the extracts.

Study of the anti-ulcerogenic activity of the ethanolic extracts of rhizome of Curcuma caesia eecc against gastic ulcers in experimental curcumw. An in vitro study. The ability to reduce ferric ions to ferrous ions by the antioxidants present in rhizomes of Curcima. The total phenolic content as well as reducing ability of the extracts was also determined.

Antimutagenic effects of flavonoids, chalcones and structurally related compounds on the activity of 2-aminomethylimidazo cuurcuma quinoline IQ and other heterocyclic amine mutagens from cooked food.

The reducing power of C.

TS of root central part Click here to view. Preliminary mechanistic studies on the smooth muscle relaxant effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Curcuma caesia. The mechanism of antioxidant action in vitro.

When reactive oxygen species are present at a certain concentration the bond between O and H caesa broken.

TS of adventitious root Click here to view. Elsevier Applied Science; London: How to cite this article: Revised methods for the Salmonella mutagenicity test. The same procedure was repeated for the standard solution of gallic acid and the calibration line was constructed. Curcuma caesia upper view Click here to view.

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Dietary chemoprevention strategies for induction of phase II xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes in lung carcinogenesis: TS of Curcuma caesia rhizome Click here to view. Earlier Morffi et al. Methodological considerations for characterizing potential antioxidant actions of bioactive components in plant foods. Jadhav Research Journal of Medicinal Plant. Curcuma caesiablack turmeric or black zedoary is a perennial herb with bluish-black rhizome[2] native to North-East [3] and Central India.


Retrieved 9 March — via The Plant List. These preventive agents can inhibit the mutation and cancer initiation process by modulating phase I and phase II enzymes, by blocking reactive species either by scavenging, electron donation or through chelation and thus maintains the DNA structure. Significance of multiple mutations in cancer. The reducing power of extracts of C. The rhizomes of Curcuma caesia Roxb. TS of rhizome epical part Click here to view.

Preliminary mechanistic studies on the smooth muscle relaxant effect of hydro alcoholic extract of Curcuma caesia. Please review our privacy policy. On the basis of this it has been hypothesised that the involvement of antioxidant might be considered as the safest approach in the prevention of process leading to mutagenesis. TS of leaf lamina Click here to view. The importance of free radicals and catalytic metal ions in human diseases.

Ethanolic extract reduces the mutagenicity caused by indirect acting mutagen cyclophosphamide by The entire test was performed in triplicate.

Anti-fungal protein from Curcuma caesia Roxb. The interaction of the free radicals with polyunsaturated fatty acids, nucleotides and disulphide bonds [5] has been implicated as the major factor to cause the oxidation of the biological compounds and eventually leads to mutations [6] and many degenarative diseases like emphysema, cardiovascular, inflammatory diseases, cataracts, etc.

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