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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract The antibacterial activity of the hexane, ethyl acetate and methanol extracts of the flowers, leaves and stems of Gnaphalium oxyphyllum var.
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Gnaphalium oxyphyllum DC.
Gnaphalium is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family ,   commonly called cudweeds. They are widespread and common in temperate regions, although some are found on tropical mountains or in the subtropical regions of the world. Cudweeds are important foodplants for American painted lady caterpillars. Species in this genus include: . Gnaphalium species are known to contain flavonoids and diterpenes. Recently, two unique caffeoyl-D-glucaric acid derivatives, leontopodic acid and leontopodic acid B formerly only known from Leontopodium alpinum L.
Antimicrobial Activity of Three Mexican Gnaphalium Species