Nypa produces considerable amount of fruit with high content of carbohydrate. Evaluation for antioxidant capacity showed total phenolic and flavonoid content of immature fruits were higher than mature fruits.
Study showed Nypa fruticans leaves extract and DPC diphenyl carbazone inhibit the corrosion of zinc comparatively, possibly through the protonation of the hydrogen evolution process or formation of a soluble complex on zinc surface by molecules of N.
Aqueous and ethanolic extracts of midveins, leaves, and husks showed good antimicrobial activity against all the test organisms. Mesocarp processing produced flour with low fat Nipa palm husk 1.
Study evaluated various extracts of Nypa fruticans against E. Folkloric - Decoction of fresh leaves used for indolent ulcers.
It exhibited low swelling power and solubility. Study evaluated the antidiabetic and antioxidant activities of nipa palm vinegar in normal and STZ-induced diabetic rats. Study reports on the production of flour from the mature fruit mesocarp. With its incredibly high sugar-rich sap yield, researchers estimated 15, to 20, liters of biofuel yield per hectare compared with sugar cane at liters, and corn at 2, literon a continuing basis, year-round, for up to 50 years.
Study evaluated the optimum bacterial concentration for fermentation to produce high concentration of bio-fuel. Study evaluated the anti-hyperglycemic and Nipa palm husk potential of methanolic extract of leaf and stem. The extract also showed radical scavenging activity by DPPH assay and high antioxidant capacity by phosphomolydenum method and ferric reducing antioxidant power values.
Results showed an aqueous extract of NPV to possess antihyperglycemic activities comparable to metformin, while an ethyl acetate extract precipitated significant antioxidant effects attributable to its high phenolic contents.
Study evaluated the effect of methanol extract of stems and leaves on serum glucose lowering ability in glucose-induced hyperglycemic mice. Study evaluated endosperm extracts of ripe and unripe fruits for total phenolics, flavonoid content, and antioxidant capacities.
Endosperm extract of unripe fruits EEU exhibited the highest phenolics Others - Leaves are one of the most commonly used material for thatching. The matured leaf showed the highest total phenolic content The current study was initiated to characterize various parts of nipa palm (Nypa fruticans) to establish whole utilization of this biomass as potential raw material for fuels and chemicals.
Nipa consisting of frond, shell, husk and leaf was chemically characterized for cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, starch, protein, extractives and inorganic constituents. Thus, the nipa palm seed and husk material have potential applications of red and yellow colours OLED which guarantee good color stabilization.
Keywords- electroluminescence, cobalt salt, ferrous salt, Nipa palm, spectrophotometer. Nipa (Nypa fruticans) is a monoecious palm with special characteristics.
Contrast to usual palms like coconut (Cocos nucifera) and oil palm (Elaeis guineensis), it thrives in river estuaries and brackish water environment in which salt and fresh water mingle. Nypa fruticans, the Nipa palm, has a horizontal trunk that grows beneath the ground and only the leaves and flower stalk grow upwards above the surface.
Thus, it is an unusual tree, and the leaves can extend up to 9 m (30 ft) in height. The Nipa Palm is one of the most important economic Philippine crops. • Antimicrobial / Midvein, Leaves and Husks: Study evaluated various extracts of Nypa fruticans against E.
coli, K. pneumonia, S. aureus, S. epidermis and P. aeruginosa. Aqueous and ethanolic extracts of midveins, leaves, and husks showed good antimicrobial activity against all the test organisms.
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