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. , Rajakumar , G. , Thiruvengadam , M. ( 2017 ) Jasmonic and salicylic acids enhanced phytochemical production and biological activities in cell suspension cultures of spine gourd ( Momordica dioica Roxb) . Acta Biol. Hung. 68 , 88 – 100

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. Ozay , C. , Mammadov , R. ( 2016 ) Assessment of some biological activities of Alyssum L. known as madwort . Acta Pol. Pharm. Drug Res. 73 , 1213 – 1220 . 24. Ozay , C

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. Thiruvengadam , M. , Praveen , N. , Kim , E. H. , Kim , S. H. , Chung , I. M. ( 2014 ) Production of anthraquinones, phenolic compounds and biological activities from hairy root cultures of Polygonum multiflorum Thunb . Protoplasma 251 , 555 – 566

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microflora and biological activity in the soil. In: Land use and Soil Management (ed. Gilep, György) 240–252. Lützow, M.-Ottow, J. C. G. (1994): Einfluss von konventionelleer und biologisch

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: J. Juskiewicz, M. Wróblewska, K. Zhaki, Z. Zdunczyk, and L. Hussein

. & Vlietinck, A. (1999): Condensed vegetable tannins: Biodiversity in structure and biological activities. Biochem. Systematics Ecology , 27 , 445-159. Condensed vegetable tannins: Biodiversity in structure and biological activities

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Veres, Lukácsné E. — Oláh, Zsuposné Á. (2006): Examination of biological activity in chernozems. Cereal Research Communications Vol. 34, No. 1. 363–366.p. Oláh Z. Á. Examination of

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: O. Temiz-Arpaci, B. Eylem Cifcioglu Goztepe, Fatma Kaynak-Onurdag, Selda Ozgen, Fatma Senol, and I. Erdogan Orhan

. V., Pihlaja, K., Haahtela, K. K., Vuorela, P. M. (2001) Isolation and biological activity of frankiamide. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 27 , 62–66. Vuorela P. M. Isolation and

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Due to changes in the Hungarian legislation, the ATEVSZOLG Corporation, which treats waste of animal origin, has started to search for a new way to dispose and reuse this waste by recycling it without the loss of materials produced at high cost from the natural cycle. Since this waste contains a high concentration of fat, one major objective of the composting experiment was to investigate the effect of composts with high fat contents on the biological activity of the soil. The other aim was to investigate the impact of sterilising heat treatment and of high temperature conditions during the composting process on the number of pathogenic microbes, which are common in waste of animal origin. The quality and quantity of the fat in the soil samples were measured using a gas chromatograph. The effect of the high fat content on the biological activity of the soil was measured as the difference between the control and the treated soil samples for CFU number of fat-degrading microbes and the difference in the biological activity of the samples in an Oxi-Top soil respirator system. The effect of heat treatment on pathogenic microbes was investigated on the basis of the number of Clostridium, faecal coliforms and Pseudomonas aeruginosa microbes. The results showed that the high fat content deposited with the composts was well utilised, and that its degradation did not cause a problem for the microbes living in the soil. This was proved both by the results of the CFU experiments and by the parameters in the Oxi-Top soil respirator system. The heat treatment successfully decreased the number of pathogenic microbes to a low risk level. The results indicated that the mixing of the heat-treated, sterilised basic materials of the composts with untreated, non-sterilised materials such as sewage sludge should be avoided, due to the risk of re-infecting the compost with pathogens. The composts produced from animal waste using the heat treatment developed by the ATEVSZOLG Corp. have the same infection risk as the composts produced from animal manure or sewage sludge.

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, magnetic moment and reflectance spectra, and thermal analyses (TGA and DTA). Biological activities of the complexes are studied. The structure of the drug is given in Fig. 1 . Fig. 1 Structure of MCNZ drug

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The chromatographic behavior of N-cyclohexyl-N-substituted-2-phenylacetamides was investigated using reversed phase thin-layer chromatography (RP-TLC). RP-TLC was performed on a C-18 bonded phase with different aqueous eluents: water-acetone, water-acetonitrile and water-dioxane. Linear relationship between retention parameters and organic modifier content in the mobile phase allows the extrapolation procedure. From results, it is evident that retention behavior of investigated compound depended on structures of substituents R. The correlation between the chromatographic lipophilic parameters (R M 0) and calculated log P values and several pharmacokinetics parameters such as HIA (human intestinal absorption) predictor, the plasma protein binding (PB) predictor, and partition predictor for predicting the biological activity of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) has been studied. The results show that reversed-phase R M 0 proved to express lipophilic nature of investigated compounds as well as biological activity.

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