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Université El Hadj Lakhdar (Batna) (2010)

Etude phytochimique de Launaea Arborescens et Halophila Stipulacea

BITAM FATMA

Titre : Etude phytochimique de Launaea Arborescens et Halophila Stipulacea

Auteur : BITAM FATMA

Université de soutenance : Université El Hadj Lakhdar de Batna

Grade : Doctorat en Sciences Chimie 2010

Descriptif
The main objective of this work was to define the chemical constituents of L. arborescens and to evaluate the antibacterial properties of the pure isolated compounds with the aim of finding a possible relationship between these molecules and the biological activities reported for the plant. The second part of this work deals with the phytochemical investigation of the marine plant Halophila stipulacea. This topic has been developed in the frame of a research program on marine chemistry conducted by the team working at the Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry (ICB) of National Research Council (CNR), in Italy. The group, one of the most active in Europe in the field of Natural Products Chemistry, is interested in the isolation and structural elucidation of bioactive secondary metabolites from marine organisms as well as in the definition of the chemo-ecological interaction between marine invertebrates and plants. The plant studied in this work belongs to the family of phanerogams (sea grasses), the only angiosperms that successfully grow in tidal and subtidal marine environment (Kannan et al., 1999).

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