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The oily, water-insoluble pastes obtained after evaporation of the solvents were used for the control of foliar diseases in growth chambers. The pastes, either dissolved in acetone or emulsified in water, effectively controlled downy mildew of cucumber, late blight of potato or tomato, powdery mildew of wheat, and rust of sunflower.
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What Exactly is Inula Viscosa?
Colorectal cancer CRC is the second most common cancer in females and the third in males worldwide. Conventional therapy of CRC is limited by severe side effects and by the development of resistance. Therefore, additional therapies are needed in order to combat the problem of selectivity and drug resistance in CRC patients. Inula viscosa IV is a well-known medicinal perennial herb in traditional medicine. It is used for different therapeutic purposes, such as; topical anti-inflammatic, diuretic, hemostatic, antiseptic, antiphlogistic, and in the treatment of diabetes.
Control of Plant Diseases by Extracts of Inula Viscosa
Inula viscosa L. Aiton sticky fleabane is popular medicinal plant in the family Asteraceae. It has been used in traditional medicine in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, hypertension, bronchitis, tuberculosis, wounds, skin diseases, infertility, lung and gastro-duodenal disorders. Aim of this study was to evaluate in vitro antiproliferative, antioxidant and antibacterial activities of aqueous and methanol extracts of aerial parts of I.