the in vitro antimicrobial activities of the essential oils of some lamiaceae species from this study, antimicrobial activities of the essential oils obtained by using the hydrodistillation method from some lamiaceous plants--mentha longifolia (l.) hudson ssp. longifolia, m. longifolia (l.) hudson ssp. typhoides (briq.) harley var. typhoides, mentha pulegium l., salvia fruticosa miller, salvia tomentosa miller, calamintha nepeta (l.) savi ssp. glandulosa (req.) p.w. ball, nepeta cadmea boiss., lavandula stoechas l. ssp. stoechas, and ziziphora tenuior l.--were determined by using t ...200919735193
antimicrobial activity and pollen composition of honey samples collected from different provinces in turkey.the antibacterial activity of honey samples from different sources were collected and investigated against bacillus cereus, staphylococcus aureus atcc 25923, pseudomonas aeruginosa atcc 27853, klebsiella pneumoniae atcc 27736, morganella morganii, micrococcus luteus nrrl b-4375, escherichia coli atcc 35218, and candida albicans. pathogens exhibited different sensitivities towards the honey samples. the results showed that majority of the honey samples (75%) generally inhibitied the bacteria test ...200717365707
an in vitro study on antimicrobial activity of propolis from mugla province of turkey.antibacterial and antifungal activities of acetone and dimethyl sulfoxide (dmso) extracts of 45 different propolis samples from the mugla province of turkey were investigated. antimicrobial activity of propolis varied depending on propolis sample, dosage of propolis, and the extraction solvents for all test microorganisms. antimicrobial activity of all propolis samples increased with increasing dosage without reaching a plateau at the highest dosage tested. except for brucella melitensis, the dm ...200415117559
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