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Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3, 240 - 245, 01.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.19127/bshealthscience.861779

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Kaynakça

  • Adikaram NKB, Abhayawardhane Y, Gunatilaka AAL, Bandara BMR, Wijeratne EMK. 1989. Antifungal activity, acid and sugar content in the wood apple (Limonia acidissima) and their relation to fungal development. Plant Pathology, 38(2):258-265.
  • Bandara BMR, Gunatilaka AAL, Wijeratne EMK, Adikaram NKB. 1988. Antifungal Constituents of Limonia acidissima. Planta Med, 54(4):374-375.
  • Chatterjee TK. 2000. Herbal Options. Books and Allied, Kolkata, pp 288.
  • Chevallier A. 1996. The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. Dorling Kindersley, London, pp 336.
  • Chintaluri AK, Komarraju AL, Chintaluri VK, Vemulapalli B. 2015. Comparative study of antimicrobial activity of essential oils of selected plants of Rutaceae and TLC bioautographic studies for detection of bioactive compounds. J Essential Oil Res, 27(1): 9-16.
  • Chitra V. 2009. Hepatoprotective and antioxidant activities of fruit pulp of Limonia acidissima Linn. Inter J Health Res, 2(4): 361-367.
  • Das S, Thakur S. 1989. Constituent acids of Limonia acidissima leaf cutin. Phytochem, 28(2): 509-511.
  • Dash JR, Pradhan D, Tripathy G, Behera B. 2015. Determination of some isoflavonoids and flavonoids from Limonia acidissima L. by HPLC-UV. Pharmacol Online, 3: 116-122.
  • Eluru JR, Taranalli AD, Kawatra S. 2015. Anti-Tumour Activity of Limonia acidissima L. Methanolic Extract in Mice Model of Dalton’s Ascitic Lymphoma. Inter J Pharmacognosy Phytochem Res, 7(6):1094-1100.
  • Ghosh P, Bandyopadhyay AK, Thakur S. 1989. Acidissimin, a new tyramine derivative from the fruit of Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 52(6):1323-1326.
  • Ghosh P, Ghosh MK, Thakur S, Akihisa T, Tamura T, Kimura Y. 1994. Dihydroxy acidissiminol and acidissiminol epoxide, two tyramine derivatives from Limonia acidissima. Phytochem, 37(3):757-760.
  • Ghosh P, Sil P, Das S. 1991. Tyramine derivatives from the fruit of Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 54(5):1389-1393.
  • Ghosh P, Sil P, Majumdar SG, Thakur S. 1982. A coumarin from Limonia acidissima. Phytochem, 21(1):240-241.
  • Gitanjali T, Debasish P. 2015. Screening of in-vivo anti-proliferative activity of Limonia acidissima against MCF-7 cell line. Inter J Toxicol Pharmacol Res, 7(2): 99-104.
  • Ilango K, Chitra V. 2010. Wound healing and anti-oxidant activities of the fruit pulp of Limonia acidissima Linn (Rutaceae) in rats. Tropical J Pharmaceutical Res, 9(3): 223-230.
  • Islam F, Azad M, Faysal M. 2019. Phytochemical investigation and comparative anthelmintic activity of between methanol and acetone extract of Limonia acidissima L. (Fruit peel). Pharmacology Online, 2: 241-246.
  • Jadeja B, Odedra, NK, Danger, NR, Baxi, US. 2005. Ethnomedicinal Plants Used by the People of Saurashtra to Cure Diarrhoea. Pant Archives, 5: 381-392.
  • Kim KH, Ha SK, Kim SY, Kim SH, Lee KR. 2010. Limodissimin A: A New dimeric coumarin from Limonia acidissima. Bulletin Korean Chem Soc, 30(9): 2135-2137.
  • Kim KH, Lee IK, Kim KR, Ha SK, Kim SY, Lee KR. 2009. New Benzamide Derivatives and NO Production Inhibitory Compounds from Limonia acidissima. Planta Med, 75(10): 1146-1151.
  • Kirtikar KRBB, Basu BD. 2005. Indian Medicinal Plants. Inter Book Distributors, Uttarakhand, pp 2791.
  • Krupa J, Sureshkumar J, Silambarasan R, Priyadarshini K, Ayyanar M. 2019. Integration of traditional herbal medicines among the indigenous communities in Thiruvarur District of Tamil Nadu, India. J Ayurveda Integrative Med, 10(1): 32-37. DOI:10.1016/j.jaim.2017.07.013.
  • Kyaw MS, Aye MM, Grinnell M, Rabach M. 2018. Traditional and ethnobotanical dermatology practices in Myanmar. Clin Dermatol, 36(3): 320-324.
  • Lim TK. 2012. Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants: Volume 4, Fruits. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp 1023.
  • MacLeod JK, Moeller PD, Bandara BR, Leslie Gunatilaka AA, Wijeratne EK. 1989. Acidissimin, a new limonoid from Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 52(4): 882-885.
  • Manohar HD, Srinivasan D, Sengottuvelu S. 2016. Cardioprotective activity of Limonia acidissima against Isoproterenol Induced Myocardial Infarction in Rats. Res J Pharmacy Technol, 9(5): 541-544.
  • Matthew KM. 1983. The Flora of the Tamil Nadu Carnatic. Vol 1. Rapinat Herbarium, St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirapalli, pp 2154.
  • Morton JF. 2013. Fruits of Warm Climates. Echo Point Books & Media, Miami, 505.
  • Parial S, Jain DC, Joshi SB. 2009. Diuretic activity of the extracts of Limonia acidissima in rats. Rasāyan J Chemistry, 2: 53-56.
  • Pradhan D, Tripathy G, Patanaik S. 2012. Anticancer activity of Limonia acidissima Linn (Rutaceae) fruit extracts on human breast cancer cell lines. Tropical J Pharmaceutical Res, 11(3): 413-419.
  • Sastri BN. 1995. The Wealth of India: A Dictionary of Indian Raw Materials and Industrial Products. Raw Materials, Vol. 6, Publications & Information Directorate, New Delhi, pp 146.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PR, Heinrich M, Munday M. 2015. Preparations and plants used to treat diabetes in Sri Lankan Siddha Medicine. In: Third Inter Conference on Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Traditional Medicine, 2015, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 67.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PRS, Heinrich M. 2018. Siddha Medicine in Eastern Sri Lanka Today–Continuity and Change in the Treatment of Diabetes. Front Pharmacol, 9. DOI:10.3389/fphar.2018.01022.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PRS, Munday M, Heinrich M. 2017. Plants used to treat diabetes in Sri Lankan Siddha Medicine – An ethnopharmacological review of historical and modern sources. J Ethnopharmacol, 198: 531-599. DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2016.07.053.
  • Senthilkumar KL, Kumawat BK, Rajkumar M. 2010. Antidiarrhoeal activity of bark extracts of Limonia acidissima Linn. Res J Pharmaceutical, Biol Chem Sci, 1(4): 550-553.
  • Shermin S, Aktar F, Ahsan M, Hasan CM. 2012. Antioxidant and Cytotoxic Activity of Limonia acidissima L. Dhaka Univ J Pharma Sci, 11(1): 75-77.
  • Srivastava R, Chandel HS, Hemant N, Rajiv S, Deepa. 2014. Effect of Extractive Phytoconstituents of Limonia acidissma Linn. and their probable mechanism against Phenothiazine Induced Extra Pyramidal Side Effects. Indian J Pharmaceutical Edu Res, 48(4): 132-138.
  • Sunitha K, Mohan GK. Screening of Limonia acidissima fruit pulp for immunomodulatory activity. Res J Pharmacy Biol Chem Sci, 2: 439-444.
  • Syamasundar KV, Kumar BS, Srikanth S, Srinivas K, Rao RR. 2010. Limonia acidissima, a rich source of β-pinene, from the Western Ghats of India. Chem Nat Compounds, 46(3): 486-488.
  • Tripathy G, Pradhan D. 2014. Estimation of immunomodulatory activity of Limonia acidissima Linn. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, 7(1): 219-221.
  • Vasant RA, Narasimhacharya A. 2011. Alleviation of fluoride-induced hepatic and renal oxidative stress in rats by the fruit of Limonia acidissima. Fluoride, 44(1): 14-20.
  • Vasant RA, Narasimhacharya AV. 2013. Limonia fruit as a food supplement to regulate fluoride-induced hyperglycaemia and hyperlipidaemia. J Sci Food Agri, 93(2): 422-426.
  • Verma S, Gupta A, Ramana MV, Rawat AKS. 2016. High-performance thin-layer chromatographic analysis for the simultaneous quantification of gallic acid, vanillic acid, protocatechuic acid, and quercetin in the methanolic fraction of Limonia acidissima L. fruits. J Planar Chromatography-Modern TLC, 29(5): 356-360.
  • Warrier PK. 1993. Indian Medicinal Plants: A Compendium of 500 Species. Vol 3. Orient Blackswan, Hyderabad, pp 935.
  • Wijeratne K, Bandara B, Gunatilaka A, Tezuka Y, Kikuchi T. 1992. Chemical Constituents of Three Rutaceae Species from Sri Lanka. J Nat Prod, 55(9): 1261-1269.

Medicinal Values of A Food Plant - Limonia Acidissima Groff

Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3, 240 - 245, 01.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.19127/bshealthscience.861779

Öz

Limonia acidissima Groff is a tree that fits into the Rutaceae family and it is distributed in Asia. This is a food plant and it is also used for medicinal purposes. Its various parts have been using to treat several ailments in ethnomedicines including liver, heart, kidney, eye, and gastric ailments. So far, there is no systematic review available for bioactivities of L. acidissima parts. Hence, this work aims to analyze, summarize, and document the bioactivities and bioactive compounds identified from this plant species. Electronic databases including the Web of Science, Scopus, and ScienceDirect were used to detect published articles linked to bioactivities of L. acidissima from 1900 to October 2020. To date, only in vitro and in vivo level of scientific evidence are available for bioactivities. More investigations have been carried out for anticancer, antifungal, and antioxidant activities. Four bioactive compounds have been identified only for antifungal and cardioprotective activities. Only traditional medicinal treatments for tumors, diabetes, diarrhea, heart disorders, urinary tract illnesses, wound healing, and liver diseases have scientific evidence at present. This work analyzed, summarized, and documented the bioactivities of the extracts and compounds isolated from L. acidissima.

Kaynakça

  • Adikaram NKB, Abhayawardhane Y, Gunatilaka AAL, Bandara BMR, Wijeratne EMK. 1989. Antifungal activity, acid and sugar content in the wood apple (Limonia acidissima) and their relation to fungal development. Plant Pathology, 38(2):258-265.
  • Bandara BMR, Gunatilaka AAL, Wijeratne EMK, Adikaram NKB. 1988. Antifungal Constituents of Limonia acidissima. Planta Med, 54(4):374-375.
  • Chatterjee TK. 2000. Herbal Options. Books and Allied, Kolkata, pp 288.
  • Chevallier A. 1996. The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. Dorling Kindersley, London, pp 336.
  • Chintaluri AK, Komarraju AL, Chintaluri VK, Vemulapalli B. 2015. Comparative study of antimicrobial activity of essential oils of selected plants of Rutaceae and TLC bioautographic studies for detection of bioactive compounds. J Essential Oil Res, 27(1): 9-16.
  • Chitra V. 2009. Hepatoprotective and antioxidant activities of fruit pulp of Limonia acidissima Linn. Inter J Health Res, 2(4): 361-367.
  • Das S, Thakur S. 1989. Constituent acids of Limonia acidissima leaf cutin. Phytochem, 28(2): 509-511.
  • Dash JR, Pradhan D, Tripathy G, Behera B. 2015. Determination of some isoflavonoids and flavonoids from Limonia acidissima L. by HPLC-UV. Pharmacol Online, 3: 116-122.
  • Eluru JR, Taranalli AD, Kawatra S. 2015. Anti-Tumour Activity of Limonia acidissima L. Methanolic Extract in Mice Model of Dalton’s Ascitic Lymphoma. Inter J Pharmacognosy Phytochem Res, 7(6):1094-1100.
  • Ghosh P, Bandyopadhyay AK, Thakur S. 1989. Acidissimin, a new tyramine derivative from the fruit of Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 52(6):1323-1326.
  • Ghosh P, Ghosh MK, Thakur S, Akihisa T, Tamura T, Kimura Y. 1994. Dihydroxy acidissiminol and acidissiminol epoxide, two tyramine derivatives from Limonia acidissima. Phytochem, 37(3):757-760.
  • Ghosh P, Sil P, Das S. 1991. Tyramine derivatives from the fruit of Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 54(5):1389-1393.
  • Ghosh P, Sil P, Majumdar SG, Thakur S. 1982. A coumarin from Limonia acidissima. Phytochem, 21(1):240-241.
  • Gitanjali T, Debasish P. 2015. Screening of in-vivo anti-proliferative activity of Limonia acidissima against MCF-7 cell line. Inter J Toxicol Pharmacol Res, 7(2): 99-104.
  • Ilango K, Chitra V. 2010. Wound healing and anti-oxidant activities of the fruit pulp of Limonia acidissima Linn (Rutaceae) in rats. Tropical J Pharmaceutical Res, 9(3): 223-230.
  • Islam F, Azad M, Faysal M. 2019. Phytochemical investigation and comparative anthelmintic activity of between methanol and acetone extract of Limonia acidissima L. (Fruit peel). Pharmacology Online, 2: 241-246.
  • Jadeja B, Odedra, NK, Danger, NR, Baxi, US. 2005. Ethnomedicinal Plants Used by the People of Saurashtra to Cure Diarrhoea. Pant Archives, 5: 381-392.
  • Kim KH, Ha SK, Kim SY, Kim SH, Lee KR. 2010. Limodissimin A: A New dimeric coumarin from Limonia acidissima. Bulletin Korean Chem Soc, 30(9): 2135-2137.
  • Kim KH, Lee IK, Kim KR, Ha SK, Kim SY, Lee KR. 2009. New Benzamide Derivatives and NO Production Inhibitory Compounds from Limonia acidissima. Planta Med, 75(10): 1146-1151.
  • Kirtikar KRBB, Basu BD. 2005. Indian Medicinal Plants. Inter Book Distributors, Uttarakhand, pp 2791.
  • Krupa J, Sureshkumar J, Silambarasan R, Priyadarshini K, Ayyanar M. 2019. Integration of traditional herbal medicines among the indigenous communities in Thiruvarur District of Tamil Nadu, India. J Ayurveda Integrative Med, 10(1): 32-37. DOI:10.1016/j.jaim.2017.07.013.
  • Kyaw MS, Aye MM, Grinnell M, Rabach M. 2018. Traditional and ethnobotanical dermatology practices in Myanmar. Clin Dermatol, 36(3): 320-324.
  • Lim TK. 2012. Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants: Volume 4, Fruits. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp 1023.
  • MacLeod JK, Moeller PD, Bandara BR, Leslie Gunatilaka AA, Wijeratne EK. 1989. Acidissimin, a new limonoid from Limonia acidissima. J Nat Prod, 52(4): 882-885.
  • Manohar HD, Srinivasan D, Sengottuvelu S. 2016. Cardioprotective activity of Limonia acidissima against Isoproterenol Induced Myocardial Infarction in Rats. Res J Pharmacy Technol, 9(5): 541-544.
  • Matthew KM. 1983. The Flora of the Tamil Nadu Carnatic. Vol 1. Rapinat Herbarium, St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirapalli, pp 2154.
  • Morton JF. 2013. Fruits of Warm Climates. Echo Point Books & Media, Miami, 505.
  • Parial S, Jain DC, Joshi SB. 2009. Diuretic activity of the extracts of Limonia acidissima in rats. Rasāyan J Chemistry, 2: 53-56.
  • Pradhan D, Tripathy G, Patanaik S. 2012. Anticancer activity of Limonia acidissima Linn (Rutaceae) fruit extracts on human breast cancer cell lines. Tropical J Pharmaceutical Res, 11(3): 413-419.
  • Sastri BN. 1995. The Wealth of India: A Dictionary of Indian Raw Materials and Industrial Products. Raw Materials, Vol. 6, Publications & Information Directorate, New Delhi, pp 146.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PR, Heinrich M, Munday M. 2015. Preparations and plants used to treat diabetes in Sri Lankan Siddha Medicine. In: Third Inter Conference on Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Traditional Medicine, 2015, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 67.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PRS, Heinrich M. 2018. Siddha Medicine in Eastern Sri Lanka Today–Continuity and Change in the Treatment of Diabetes. Front Pharmacol, 9. DOI:10.3389/fphar.2018.01022.
  • Sathasivampillai SV, Rajamanoharan PRS, Munday M, Heinrich M. 2017. Plants used to treat diabetes in Sri Lankan Siddha Medicine – An ethnopharmacological review of historical and modern sources. J Ethnopharmacol, 198: 531-599. DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2016.07.053.
  • Senthilkumar KL, Kumawat BK, Rajkumar M. 2010. Antidiarrhoeal activity of bark extracts of Limonia acidissima Linn. Res J Pharmaceutical, Biol Chem Sci, 1(4): 550-553.
  • Shermin S, Aktar F, Ahsan M, Hasan CM. 2012. Antioxidant and Cytotoxic Activity of Limonia acidissima L. Dhaka Univ J Pharma Sci, 11(1): 75-77.
  • Srivastava R, Chandel HS, Hemant N, Rajiv S, Deepa. 2014. Effect of Extractive Phytoconstituents of Limonia acidissma Linn. and their probable mechanism against Phenothiazine Induced Extra Pyramidal Side Effects. Indian J Pharmaceutical Edu Res, 48(4): 132-138.
  • Sunitha K, Mohan GK. Screening of Limonia acidissima fruit pulp for immunomodulatory activity. Res J Pharmacy Biol Chem Sci, 2: 439-444.
  • Syamasundar KV, Kumar BS, Srikanth S, Srinivas K, Rao RR. 2010. Limonia acidissima, a rich source of β-pinene, from the Western Ghats of India. Chem Nat Compounds, 46(3): 486-488.
  • Tripathy G, Pradhan D. 2014. Estimation of immunomodulatory activity of Limonia acidissima Linn. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, 7(1): 219-221.
  • Vasant RA, Narasimhacharya A. 2011. Alleviation of fluoride-induced hepatic and renal oxidative stress in rats by the fruit of Limonia acidissima. Fluoride, 44(1): 14-20.
  • Vasant RA, Narasimhacharya AV. 2013. Limonia fruit as a food supplement to regulate fluoride-induced hyperglycaemia and hyperlipidaemia. J Sci Food Agri, 93(2): 422-426.
  • Verma S, Gupta A, Ramana MV, Rawat AKS. 2016. High-performance thin-layer chromatographic analysis for the simultaneous quantification of gallic acid, vanillic acid, protocatechuic acid, and quercetin in the methanolic fraction of Limonia acidissima L. fruits. J Planar Chromatography-Modern TLC, 29(5): 356-360.
  • Warrier PK. 1993. Indian Medicinal Plants: A Compendium of 500 Species. Vol 3. Orient Blackswan, Hyderabad, pp 935.
  • Wijeratne K, Bandara B, Gunatilaka A, Tezuka Y, Kikuchi T. 1992. Chemical Constituents of Three Rutaceae Species from Sri Lanka. J Nat Prod, 55(9): 1261-1269.

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Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Farmakoloji ve Eczacılık
Bölüm Araştırma Makalesi
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Saravanan VİVEKANANDARAJAH SATHASİVAMPİLLAİ (Sorumlu Yazar)
KnowledgeLink Group, Inc., Waltham, MA 02451, USA
0000-0002-5938-0509
Sri Lanka


Pholtan Rajeev SEBASTİAN
Department of Siddha Toxicology, The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai, India
0000-0001-9341-5843
India

Destekleyen Kurum Not applicable
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Teşekkür This work received no funding. The authors are grateful to their families and relatives for their vital support to complete this work.
Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Eylül 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3

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APA Vivekanandarajah Sathasivampillai, S. & Sebastian, P. R. (2021). Medicinal Values of A Food Plant - Limonia Acidissima Groff . Black Sea Journal of Health Science , 4 (3) , 240-245 . DOI: 10.19127/bshealthscience.861779
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