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Chromatographic fractionation of the petroleum ether extract of the stem bark afforded D:A-friedo-oleanan-3-one (1), D:A-friedo-oleanan-3[beta]-ol (2) and [beta]-sitosterol (3).
Among the different fractions, the petroleum ether fraction and dichloromethane fraction at doses of 150, 300, and 600 mg/kg showed significant antidepressant-like activities in dose-dependent manners, by means of behavioral models of depression.
GC-MS of Trachyspermum ammi extract and its petroleum ether fraction Constituents of crude extract were analyzed by GCMS-QP2010 plus, which have RtxR gas chromatograph column (SLB 60 m x ID 0.
Wash hair swatches and extract them with petroleum ether and ethanol to remove any inherent lipids present.
indicus were extracted by percolation with ethanol (polar solvent), chloroform (medium polar solvent) and petroleum ether (non polar solvent) at the rate of 1:5 at room temperature for overnight (Geyid et al.
The result of phytochemical screening of different extracts ( petroleum ether extract, chloroform extract, methanol extract, ethanol extract) revealed that ,carbohydrates, glycosides, phenolic compounds like flavonoids, saponins, and phytosterols were present in leaf extract which is tabulated in Table-1.
5 mL thick ammonia, 10 mL ethanol, 10 mL petroleum ether, and 10 mL ether were added successively.
Abstract In this study, the chemical composition of the oil extracted with petroleum ether from purpleblow maple (Acer truncatum) seeds was examined.