Oct 29, 2005

Antimicrobial activity of Centaurea diffusa

Fitoterapia
M I SkliarD S Oriani

Abstract

The methanol soluble fraction of the aqueous extract obtained from the dry heads of Centaurea diffusa demonstrated antimicrobial activity in twelve evaluated microorganisms.

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Microorganism
Candida albicans
Centaurea diffusa
Flowering Tops
Plant Extracts
Microbicides
Methanol
Centaurea
Soluble Fraction
Fungus Drug Sensitivity Tests

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