WHO monograph on good agricultural and collection practices (GACP) for Artemisia annua L. 1.2 Objectives The objectives of this model monograph are to: ♦ provide practical and specific technical guidance on the cultivation and collection of Artemisia annua L. of good quality and a high yield;
annua has been considered in the subsection Absinthium (Hall and Clements 1923) or in a combined subsection Artemisia (Absinthium + Abrotanum). (Poljakov 1961, Yeou-ruenn 1994). Morphology and Floral Biology A. annua is a large shrub often reaching more than 2.0 m in height, usually single-stemmed with alternate branches.
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Download full-text PDF. Artemisinin–Second Career as Anticancer Drug? . Artemisia annua L.) represents the starting point for an unprecedent success story in the treatment of malaria worldwide .
Download full-text PDF. Artemisia scoparia – A new source of artemisinin. . Artemisia annua L. (Asteraceae), also known as Qinghao (Chinese), annual or sweet wormwood, or sweet Annie, is an .
Artemisia Start Download Portable Document Format (PDF) and E-books . "Artemisinin, a sesquiterpene lactone originally extracted from the medicinal plant Artemisia annua L., is an effective antimalarial agent, particularly for multi-drug resistant and cerebral malaria. However, the concentration of artemisinin in the plant is very low.
3.2 Endoperoxides cause multiple effects in Plasmodium parasites. The secrets of the herb Artemisia annua L., which was used in traditional Chinese medicine for several centuries to treat fever, were first revealed in 1979 by X-ray analysis and established artemisinin (ART) (71) as the start of a new era in malaria drug discovery. The .
Artemisia annua, Artemisinin, ACTs & Malaria Control in Africa Tradition, Science and Public Policy Dana G. Dalrymple The key ingredient in the most effective treatments for malaria in Africa - artemisinin - comes not from high-tech research, but is an extract of an ancient Chinese medicinal plant, Artemisia annua, commonly known as Artemisia.
Artemisia annua contains sesquiterpene lactones, flavonoids and essential oils. In the green parts of Artemisia annua the bitter sesquiterpenlacton-peroxid artemisinin is the main natural constituent. It is called quinghaosu. From the chemical view it has a 1, 2, 4-trioxane
EXTRACTION OF THE ANTIMALARIAL ARTEMISININ FROM ARTEMISIA ANNUA L. LEAVES WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO 2 D. Sánchez1,, . the active rinciple of the plantArtemisia annua L.,p was extracted by Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE). . The KenyanA. annua L. used for these experiments was supplied by ANAMED-Germany (Action for Natural Medicine). .