Empower Your Environmental Impact: Delving into Biosorbents and Their Diverse Applications

Posted on February 10, 2024

As a contributor to Chapter 15, "Biosorption of Volatile Organic Compounds," in the book Biosorbents: Diversity, Bioprocessing, and Applications, I'm excited to share this comprehensive resource with you. Edited by Pramod Kumar Mahish, Dakeshwar Kumar Verma, and Shailesh Kumar Jadhav, this book delves into the world of biologically derived adsorbents and their wide-ranging applications in fields like wastewater treatment, metal recovery, biosensor development, and more. Key Features of the Book: Fundamentals of Biosorbents: The book starts with an exploration of the biological sources of biosorbents, providing a solid foundation for understanding their characteristics and applications. Applications and Assessment: It covers...

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Agapanthus orientalis (Lily of the Nile)

Posted on July 28, 2023

Agapanthus orientalis is a synonym of Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis (F.M.Leight.) F.M.Leight. The native range of this subspecies is Eastern Cape to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. A. orientalis is a popular medicinal plant that is widely used in traditional medicine in South Africa. However, there are different reports on the toxicity of A. orientalis, especially the sap. Agapanthus sap is suspected of causing haemolytic poisoning in humans and severe ulceration of the mouth. A few studies have been conducted on its phytochemistry attributing the toxicity to the presence of saponins. Additionally, a few pharmacological studies have been conducted on A....

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Exploring Poisonous Plants

Posted on July 25, 2023

Poisonous plants are used in traditional medicine systems in various healing therapies. They are a rich resource of ingredients used in herbal drug formulations that are also used in the development of synthetic drugs. They are recognized for their antioxidant, anti-inflammation, anti-cancer, and anti-diabetic activities and for many other health benefits. Exploring Poisonous Plants: Medicinal Values, Toxicity Responses, and Therapeutic Uses provides an analysis of the most important poisonous herbs, shrubs, and trees, detailing poisonous plants while demonstrating endorsements for their potential therapeutic values.

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