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Moringa oleifera: Analysis of numbers of papers/mentions over time

Author(s): Fletcher, Dr Rob
Published in: Australian New Crops.   Sep 26, 2005
Listing of Useful Plants in the World

This is a chart depicting the amount of papers, articles and mentions that Moringa oleifera has received from the years 1960 to 1996. Also compiled in this document is a long list of authors of articles and papers from which these statistics were gathered. Overall, the chart shows a total of 43 papers/mentions on M. oleifera.

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Plant Toxins and Detoxification Methods to Improve Feed Quality of Tropical Seeds

Author(s): Makkar HPS, K Becker
Published in: Asian and Australasian journal of animal sciences.   Oct 20, 1999
12 3 467-480

This paper discusses the various plants which are able to be used as animal feed throughout the world. Of the plants named, the Moringa oleifera is one of the most prominently used for such a purpose. Researchers examined the plant in their laboratory for various chemical components needed in animal nutrition. They then used their findings to examine how such plants could be better used in animal feed.

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Author(s): Makkar HPS, K Becker
Published in: Journal of agricultural science.   Oct 20, 1997
128 3

Moringa oleifera is known for its nutritional and medicinal value. Researchers examined the composition of the leaves, seeds and pods of the Moringa in this paper. The article states the findings of the research which was done, including the nutritional value of the plant for children under the age of five.

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Fully Acetylated Carbamate and Hypotensive Thiocarbamate Glycosides From Morenga Oleifera

Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: Phytochemistry.   Aug 23, 1994
38 4 957-963

This thesis presents various findings on the isolation of nine glycosides within the Morenga oleifera plant. Six of which are new while the three others are synthetically known to scientists. Each was identified through by the spectrum emitted or absorbed by them through processes called spectroscopic methods.

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Author(s): Faiz S, BS Siddiqui, R Saleem, S Siddiqui, K Aftab, A Gilani
Published in: J Chem Soc Perkin Transactions 1.   Jul 29, 1992
3237 - 324

Researchers have identified several particles and compounds within the Moringa oleifera through the use of chemical and spectroscopic methods. The results of this experiment show both the processes which were done and the particles which were found through such work. One compound they found is rare and are called the mustard oil glycosides.

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Isolation and Structure Elucidation of Moringyne: A New Glyoside from Seeds of Moringa oleifera

Author(s): Memon GM, SA Memon, AR Memon
Published in: Pakistan journal of scientific and industrial research.   Feb 21, 1985
28 1 7-9

This paper examines the isolation of various chemicals within the fruits of the Moringa oleifera. In studying this topic, researchers used fruit which was picked during April of that year. They then used water alcohol in extracting the fruit.

This process, in addition to testing the moringye with other solutions, aided researchers in two ways. First, they were able to determine much of the chemical structure of the Moringa fruit. In determining the structure, researchers were then able to isolate each particular component through a variety of trials.

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