Saturday, May 5, 2012

Tribulus terrestris Gokshura Palleru Nerinjil

Tribulus terrestris L.
Family: Zygophyllaceae
Sanskrit : Gokshuraka, Trikata, Svadamshtra, Traikantaka
Assamese : Gokshura, Gukhurkata
Bengali : Gokshura, Gokhri
English : Caltrops
Gujrati : Be tha gokharu, Nana gokharu, Mithogokharu
Hindi : Gokhru
Kannada : Sannanaggilu, Neggilamullu, Neggilu
Kashmiri : Michirkand, Pakhda
Malayalam : Nerinjil
Marathi : Sarate, Gokharu
Oriya : Gukhura, Gokhyura
Punjabi : Bhakhra, Gokhru
Tamil : Nerinjil, Nerunjil
Telugu : Palleru
Urdu : Khar-e-Khasak Khurd

Uses / Activity: Sularoga, Arsha,Svasa, Daurbalya, Hrudroga, Kasa, Mutrakruccha, Asmari, Prameha, Analgesic effect, Anticalcifying potency , Antihypertensive and vasodilator effects, Antimicrobial Activity , antioxidant activity , Aphrodisiac , endocrine sensitive organs , erectile dysfunction, Food supplements , for urinary stone , Hepatoprotective , Hepatoprotective activity , Hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects, Improve male sexual function , Molluscicidal activity , Nephroprotective , Nephrotoxicity , Ovarian Cysts , Protective effect, Sexual Function in Post-Menopausal Women.

335 Published scholarly articles of Tribulus terrestris

1.    Influence of Tribulus terrestris on testicular enzyme in fresh water ornamental fish Poecilia latipinna
Author(s): Kavitha P.; Subramanian P.
Source: FISH PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 37   Issue: 4   Pages: 801-807   DOI: 10.1007/s10695-011-9478-z   Published: DEC 2011
2.    Study Of The Effects Of Tribulus Terrestris On Sexual Function In Post-Menopausal Women
Author(s): Postigo S.; Lima S. M. R. R.; Saito S.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE  Volume: 9   Special Issue: SI   Supplement: 2   Pages: 73-73   Published: MAR 2012
3.    STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS ON SEXUALITY IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN BY THE SEXUAL QUOTIENT-FEMALE VERSION (SQF)
Author(s): Postigo S.; Lima S. M. R. R.; Saito S.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE  Volume: 9   Special Issue: SI   Supplement: 2   Pages: 80-80   Published: MAR 2012
4.    ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS ON SEXUAL FUNCTION IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN FOR FEMALE INTERVENTION EFFICACY INDEX
Author(s): Lima S. M. R. R.; Postigo S.; Saito S.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE  Volume: 9   Special Issue: SI   Supplement: 2   Pages: 82-82   Published: MAR 2012
5.    Protective effect of Tribulus terrestris linn on liver and kidney in cadmium intoxicated rats
Author(s): Lakshmi G. Dhana; Kumar P. Ravi; Bharavi K.; et al.
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY  Volume: 50   Issue: 2   Pages: 141-146   Published: FEB 2012
6.    Alternative Treatment of Ovarian Cysts with Tribulus terrestris Extract: A Rat Model
Author(s): Dehghan A.; Esfandiari A.; Bigdeli S. Momeni
Source: REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS  Volume: 47   Issue: 1   Pages: e12-e15   DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0531.2011.01877.x   Published: FEB 2012
7.    Evaluation of the aphrodisiac activity of Tribulus terrestris Linn. in sexually sluggish male albino rats.
Author(s): Singh Surender; Nair Vinod; Gupta Yogendra K
Source: Journal of pharmacology & pharmacotherapeutics  Volume: 3   Issue: 1   Pages: 43-7   Published: 2012-Jan
8.    Response Surface Optimization of Essential Oil and Diosgenin Extraction from Tribulus terrestris via Supercritical Fluid Technology
Author(s): Ghoreishi Seyyed M.; Bataghva Ehsan; Dadkhah Ali A.
Source: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY  Volume: 35   Issue: 1   Special Issue: SI   Pages: 133-141   DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201100091   Published: JAN 2012
9.    Comparison of Murraya koenigii- and Tribulus terrestris-Based Oral Formulation Versus Tamsulosin in the Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Men Aged > 50 Years: A Double-Blind, Double-Dummy, Randomized Controlled Trial
Author(s): Sengupta Gairik; Hazra Avijit; Kundu Anup; et al.
Source: CLINICAL THERAPEUTICS  Volume: 33   Issue: 12   Pages: 1943-1952   DOI: 10.1016/j.clinthera.2011.11.005   Published: DEC 2011
10.    Hepatoprotective activity of Tribulus terrestris extract against acetaminophen-induced toxicity in a freshwater fish (Oreochromis mossambicus).
Author(s): Kavitha P; Ramesh R; Bupesh G; et al.
Source: In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal  Volume: 47   Issue: 10   Pages: 698-706   Published: 2011-Dec
11.    Hepatoprotective activity of Tribulus terrestris extract against acetaminophen-induced toxicity in a freshwater fish (Oreochromis mossambicus)
Author(s): Kavitha P.; Ramesh R.; Bupesh G.; et al.
Source: IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL  Volume: 47   Issue: 10   Pages: 698-706   DOI: 10.1007/s11626-011-9457-9   Published: DEC 2011
12.    Analyzing the efficacy of a new natural compound made of the alga Ecklonia bicyclis, Tribulus terrestris and BIOVIS (R) in order to improve male sexual function
Author(s): Iacono F.; Prezioso D.; Ruffo A.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH  Volume: 8   Issue: 4   Pages: 282-287   Published: DEC 2011
13.    The effects of Tribulus terrestris on sexuality in post-menopausal women
Author(s): Lima Sonia Maria Rolim R.; Postigo Sostenes; Reis Benedito F.; et al.
Source: MENOPAUSE-THE JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN MENOPAUSE SOCIETY  Volume: 18   Issue: 12   Pages: 1363-1363   Published: DEC 2011
14.    Tribulus terrestris inhibits caries-inducing properties of Streptococcus mutans
Author(s): Oh Hong-Keun; Park Soo Jeong; Moon Hae Dalma; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL PLANTS RESEARCH  Volume: 5   Issue: 25   Pages: 6061-6066   DOI: 10.5897/JMPR11.1008   Published: NOV 9 2011
15.    Protective effect of an aphrodisiac herb Tribulus terrestris Linn on cadmium-induced testicular damage
Author(s): Rajendar B.; Bharavi K.; Rao G. S.; et al.
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 43   Issue: 5   Pages: 568-573   DOI: 10.4103/0253-7613.84974   Published: SEP-OCT 2011
16.    Dose depend effect of Tribulus terrestris L. extract on the ovarian activity in rabbits
Author(s): Kacheva D.; Kistanova E.; Valchev G.; et al.
Source: REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS  Volume: 46   Special Issue: SI   Supplement: 3   Pages: 115-115   Published: SEP 2011
17.    Alternative treatment of ovarian cysts with Tribulus terrestris extract: a rat model
Author(s): Dehghan A.; Esfandiari A.; Bigdeli S. Momeni
Source: REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS  Volume: 46   Special Issue: SI   Supplement: 3   Pages: 98-98   Published: SEP 2011
18.    Tribulus terrestris Linn.: A review article
Author(s): Akram M.; Asif H. M.; Akhtar Naveed; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL PLANTS RESEARCH  Volume: 5   Issue: 16   Pages: 3601-3605   Published: AUG 18 2011
19.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris on monosex production in Poecilia latipinna
Author(s): Kavitha P.; Subramanian P.
Source: CURRENT SCIENCE  Volume: 101   Issue: 1   Pages: 100-104   Published: JUL 10 2011
20.    Effect of aqueous extract of Tribulus terrestris on oxalate-induced oxidative stress in rats.
Author(s): Kamboj P; Aggarwal M; Puri S; et al.
Source: Indian journal of nephrology  Volume: 21   Issue: 3   Pages: 154-9   Published: 2011-Jul
21.    Aqueous extract of Tribulus terrestris Linn induces cell growth arrest and apoptosis by down-regulating NF-kappa B signaling in liver cancer cells
Author(s): Kim Hye Jin; Kim Jin Chul; Min Jung Sun; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 136   Issue: 1   Pages: 197-203   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2011.04.060   Published: JUN 14 2011
22.    Floral Biology and Pollen - pistil Interaction in Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae)
Author(s): Ahmad Showkat; Rana Anita; Sharma Rajendra; et al.
Source: Agricultural and Biological Research  Volume: 27   Issue: 2   Pages: 140-145   Published: JUN 2011
23.    COMPLEX INVESTIGATIONS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. FOR SUSTAINABLE USE BY PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Author(s): Evstatieva Ljuba; Tchorbanov Bozhidar
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2341-2347   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0035   Published: MAY 2011
24.    INTRASPECIFIC VARIABILITY OF MAIN PHYTOCHEMICAL COMPOUNDS IN TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. FROM NORTH BULGARIA
Author(s): Sidjimova Boriana; Evstatieva Ljuba; Ivanova Antoaneta; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2348-2351   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0036   Published: MAY 2011
25.    INTRASPECIFIC VARIABILITY OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS OF DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. (ZYGOPHYLLACEAE) IN SOUTH BULGARIA
Author(s): Lazarova Irina; Ivanova Antoaneta; Mechkarova Pepa; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2352-2356   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0040   Published: MAY 2011
26.    INTRASPECIFIC VARIABILITY OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS OF DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS IN THRACIAN FLORISTIC REGION
Author(s): Ivanova Antoaneta; Lazarova Irina; Mechkarova Pepa; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2357-2361   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0041   Published: MAY 2011
27.    THE EFFECT OF THIDIAZURON (DROPP (R)) ON THE GROWTH, PHOTOSTNTHETIC ACTIVITY AND SAPONIN CONTENT OF PUNCTURE VINE (TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L.)
Author(s): Georgiev Georgi I.; Maslenkova Liliana; Ivanova Antoaneta; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2362-2365   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0028   Published: MAY 2011
28.    ENHANCEMENT OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. YIELD BY SUPPLEMENT OF GREEN HOUSE SEEDLINGS
Author(s): Petkov Georgi
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2366-2368   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0039   Published: MAY 2011
29.    A STUDY ON TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. ANATOMY AND ECOLOGICAL ADAPTATION
Author(s): Nikolova Anna; Vassilev Andon
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2369-2372   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0032   Published: MAY 2011
30.    STUDIES ON LEAF ANATOMY OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. (ZYGOPHYLLACEAE) IN POPULATIONS FROM THE THRACIAN FLORISTIC REGION
Author(s): Semerdjieva Ivanka
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2373-2378   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0038   Published: MAY 2011
31.    POLLEN AND SEED MORPHOLOGY OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. (ZYGOPHYLLACEAE)
Author(s): Semerdjieva Ivanka; Yankova-Tsvetkova Elina; Baldjiev Georgi; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2379-2382   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0031   Published: MAY 2011
32.    ON THE REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. (ZYGOPHYLLACEAE): EMBRYOLOGICAL FEATURES; POLLEN AND SEED VIABILITY
Author(s): Yankova-Tsvetkova Elina; Semerdjieva Ivanka; Baldjiev Georgi; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2383-2387   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0030   Published: MAY 2011
33.    OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWING TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. AS SEMI-CULTURE
Author(s): Boteva Hriska; Dintcheva Tsvetanka; Masheva Stoyka; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2388-2390   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0029   Published: MAY 2011
34.    DISEASES AND PESTS ON TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L.- WILD GROWING PLANT AND SEMI-CROP
Author(s): Masheva Stoyka; Yankova Vinelina; Markova Dima; et al.
Source: BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT  Volume: 25   Issue: 2   Pages: 2391-2393   DOI: 10.5504/BBEQ.2011.0042   Published: MAY 2011
35.    Plant regeneration using immature zygotic embryos of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Palmer C. Don; Keller W. A.
Source: PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE  Volume: 105   Issue: 1   Pages: 121-127   DOI: 10.1007/s11240-010-9838-x   Published: APR 2011
36.    Determination by high performance chromatography, steroid saponins in a biologically active food supplements containing the extract of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Kozlova O. I.; Perederyaev O. I.; Ramenskaya G. V.
Source: Voprosy Pitaniya  Volume: 80   Issue: 6   Pages: 67-71   Published: 2011
37.    Value Addition on Tribulus terrestris: As Defined Extract
Author(s): Joshi D. D.
Source: Herbal Drugs: Quality and Chemistry  Pages: 311-312   Published: 2011
38.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris Extract on Ovarian Activity in Immature Wistar Rat: A Histological Evaluation
Author(s): Esfandiari Arash; Dehghan Asghar; Sharifi Siavash; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND VETERINARY ADVANCES  Volume: 10   Issue: 7   Pages: 883-886   Published: 2011
39.    Flowering and fruiting phenology of Tribulus terrestris L. (Zygophyllaceae)
Author(s): Ahmad Showkat; Rana Anita; Chauhan Seema; et al.
Source: Agricultural and Biological Research  Volume: 27   Issue: 1   Pages: 52-57   Published: JAN 2011
40.    INVESTIGATION OF PERSPECTIVE ORIGINS OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. FOR CULTIVATION
Author(s): Dinchev Dragomir; Evstatieva Ljuba; Platikanov Stefan; et al.
Source: COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE BULGARE DES SCIENCES  Volume: 63   Issue: 10   Pages: 1429-1434   Published: 2010
41.    Phytochemical Studies in Some Medicinal Plants : Tribulus terrestris L. and Pedalium murex L.
Author(s): Kate V. V.; Karadge B. A.
Source: Advances in Plant Sciences  Volume: 23   Issue: 2   Pages: 741-742   Published: DEC 2010
42.    Treating erectile dysfunction with a new natural compound made of Alga Ecklonia Cava, Tribulus Terrestris and Biovis and its antioxidant, antifibrotic and antiaging action
Author(s): Iacono F.; Prezioso D.; Iapicca G.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF SEXUAL MEDICINE  Volume: 7   Supplement: 6   Pages: 431-431   Published: DEC 2010
43.    Separation and Bio-activities of Spirostanol Saponin from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Zhang Shuang; Yang Rui-jie; Li Hong; et al.
Source: CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES  Volume: 26   Issue: 6   Pages: 915-921   Published: NOV 2010
44.    Tribulus terrestris-induced severe nephrotoxicity in a young healthy male
Author(s): Talasaz Azita Hajhossein; Abbasi Mohammad-Reza; Abkhiz Saeed; et al.
Source: NEPHROLOGY DIALYSIS TRANSPLANTATION  Volume: 25   Issue: 11   Pages: 3792-3793   DOI: 10.1093/ndt/gfq457   Published: NOV 2010
45.    EVALUATING THE EFFICACY IN IMPROVING MALE SEXUAL FUNCTION WITH A NEW NATURAL COMPOUND MADE OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS BIOVIS AND ALGA ECKLONIA CAVA AND ITS SYNERGIC ANTI AGING ACTION
Author(s): Iacono F.; Prezioso D.; Iapicca G.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH  Volume: 7   Issue: 3   Pages: 305-305   DOI: 10.1016/j.jomh.2010.09.079   Meeting Abstract: 078   Published: OCT 2010
46.    Development of ITS sequence based molecular marker to distinguish, Tribulus terrestris L. (Zygophyllaceae) from its adulterants
Author(s): Balasubramani Subramani Paranthaman; Murugan Ramar; Ravikumar Kaliamoorthy; et al.
Source: FITOTERAPIA  Volume: 81   Issue: 6   Pages: 503-508   DOI: 10.1016/j.fitote.2010.01.002   Published: SEP 2010
47.    A study of Tribulus terrestris extract on risk factors for urinary stone in normal subjects and urolithic patients
Author(s): Arasaratnam Vasanthy; Balakumar S.; Senthuran A.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF SRI LANKA  Volume: 38   Issue: 3   Pages: 187-191   Published: SEP 2010
48.    In vitro studies on anticalcifying potency of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Aggarwal A.; Singla S. K.; Priyadarshini; et al.
Source: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF UROLOGY  Volume: 17   Supplement: 1   Pages: A211-A212   Published: AUG 2010
49.    Diminution of Oxalate Induced Renal Tubular Epithelial Cell Injury and Inhibition of Calcium Oxalate Crystallization in vitro by Aqueous Extract of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Aggarwal A.; Tandon S.; Singla S. K.; et al.
Source: INTERNATIONAL BRAZ J UROL  Volume: 36   Issue: 4   Pages: 480-488   DOI: 10.1590/S1677-55382010000400011   Published: JUL-AUG 2010
50.    Diminution of Oxalate Induced Renal Tubular Epithelial Cell Injury and Inhibition of Calcium Oxalate Crystallization in vitro by Aqueous Extract of Tribulus terrestris EDITORIAL COMMENT
Author(s): Miyaoka Ricardo
Source: INTERNATIONAL BRAZ J UROL  Volume: 36   Issue: 4   Pages: 488-488   Published: JUL-AUG 2010
51.    Diminution of Oxalate Induced Renal Tubular Epithelial Cell Injury and Inhibition of Calcium Oxalate Crystallization in vitro by Aqueous Extract of Tribulus terrestris EDITORIAL COMMENT
Author(s): Boim Mirian A.
Source: INTERNATIONAL BRAZ J UROL  Volume: 36   Issue: 4   Pages: 489-489   Published: JUL-AUG 2010
52.    Application of small caltrops (Tribulus terrestris) to inhibit calcium oxalate monohydrate crystallization
Author(s): Pachana Katavut; Wattanakornsiri Amnuay; Nanuam Jukkaphun
Source: SCIENCEASIA  Volume: 36   Issue: 2   Pages: 165-168   DOI: 10.2306/scienceasia1513-1874.2010.36.165   Published: JUN 2010
53.    FUROSTANOL GLYCOSIDES FROM LEAVES OF THE CHINESE PLANT Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu Yajuan; Xu Tunhai; Liu Yue; et al.
Source: CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL COMPOUNDS  Volume: 46   Issue: 2   Pages: 242-245   Published: MAY 2010
54.    Two new furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Ya Juan; Xu Tun Hai; Yang Jun Ying; et al.
Source: CHINESE CHEMICAL LETTERS  Volume: 21   Issue: 5   Pages: 580-583   DOI: 10.1016/j.cclet.2010.01.021   Published: MAY 2010
55.    Two new furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu Ya-Juan; Xu Tun-Hai; Zhou Hai-Ou; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 12   Issue: 5   Pages: 349-354   Article Number: PII 922439711   DOI: 10.1080/10286021003747458   Published: 2010
56.    New pregnane and steroidal glycosides from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Liu Tao; Chen Gang; Yi Guo-Qing; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 12   Issue: 3   Pages: 209-214   Article Number: PII 920383137   DOI: 10.1080/10286020903535419   Published: 2010
57.    Protective effect of Tribulus terrestris saponin monomer B on cadiocytes impaired by hypoxia-reoxygenation
Author(s): Zhang Shuang; Li Hong; Yang Shi-jie
Source: Zhongguo Yaolixue Tongbao  Volume: 26   Issue: 2   Pages: 208-212   Published: FEB 2010
58.    A New Furostanol Glycoside from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu Yajuan; Liu Yonghong; Xu Tunhai; et al.
Source: MOLECULES  Volume: 15   Issue: 2   Pages: 613-618   DOI: 10.3390/molecules15020613   Published: FEB 2010
59.    Effects of Tribulus terrestris on endocrine sensitive organs in male and female Wistar rats
Author(s): Martino-Andrade Anderson J.; Morais Rosana N.; Spercoski Katherinne M.; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 127   Issue: 1   Pages: 165-170   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2009.09.031   Published: JAN 8 2010
60.    Effect of gross saponins of Tribulus terrestris on cardiocytes impaired by adriamycin.
Author(s): Zhang Shuang; Li Hong; Xu Hui; et al.
Source: Yao xue xue bao = Acta pharmaceutica Sinica  Volume: 45   Issue: 1   Pages: 31-6   Published: 2010-Jan
61.    Effect of gross saponins of Tribulus terrestris on cardiocytes impaired by adriamycin
Author(s): Zhang Shuang; Li Hong; Xu Hui; et al.
Source: Yaoxue Xuebao  Volume: 45   Issue: 1   Pages: 31-36   Published: JAN 2010
62.    Two New Furostanol Saponins from Tribulus Terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Ya-juan; Xu Tun-hai; Xie Sheng-xu; et al.
Source: CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES  Volume: 26   Issue: 1   Pages: 46-49   Published: JAN 2010
63.    Eco-friendly Inhibitor (Tribulus terrestris L) for Mild Steel Corrosion in 1 N Phosphoric Acid
Author(s): Sivaraju M.; Kannan K.
Source: ASIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY  Volume: 22   Issue: 1   Pages: 233-244   Published: JAN 2010
64.    Effects of Tribulus Terrestris (Puncture Vine) Supplementation on Performance and Digestive System of Broiler Chicks
Author(s): Sahin Ahmet; Duru Metin
Source: TARIM BILIMLERI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES  Volume: 16   Issue: 4   Pages: 271-277   Published: 2010
65.    Two new steroidal saponins from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Liu Tao; Lu Xuan; Wu Biao; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 12   Issue: 1   Pages: 30-35   Article Number: PII 919011626   DOI: 10.1080/10286020903405449   Published: 2010
66.    An improved facile method for extraction and determination of steroidal saponins in Tribulus terrestris by focused microwave-assisted extraction coupled with GC-MS
Author(s): Li Tianlin; Zhang Zhuomin; Zhang Lan; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF SEPARATION SCIENCE  Volume: 32   Issue: 23-24   Pages: 4167-4175   DOI: 10.1002/jssc.200900483   Published: DEC 2009
67.    Beneficial effects of aqueous fruit extract of Tribulus terrestris on testicular and serum biochemistry of albino rats
Author(s): Singh P. K.; Singh Ajay Pratap; Gupta Anil Kr.; et al.
Source: Journal of Ecophysiology and Occupational Health  Volume: 9   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 217-223   Published: DEC 2009
68.    Two new furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Tunhai; Xu Yajuan; Liu Yue; et al.
Source: FITOTERAPIA  Volume: 80   Issue: 6   Pages: 354-357   DOI: 10.1016/j.fitote.2009.05.002   Published: SEP 2009
69.    Feasibility study for whole plant medicinal use of Tribulus terrestris.
Author(s): Yang Li; Wang Chunyu; Han Meiw; et al.
Source: Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica  Volume: 34   Issue: 17   Pages: 2163-6   Published: 2009-Sep
70.    Bioassay-guided isolation and molecular ligand-target insight of a glycolate oxidase inhibitor from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Shirfule A.; Sangamwar A.; Khobragade C.
Source: NEW BIOTECHNOLOGY  Volume: 25   Supplement: 1   Pages: S319-S319   DOI: 10.1016/j.nbt.2009.06.873   Published: SEP 2009
71.    Molluscicidal activity of Piper cubeba Linn., Piper longum Linn. and Tribulus terrestris Linn. and their combinations against snail Indoplanorbis exustus Desh.
Author(s): Pandey Jitendra K.; Singh D. K.
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY  Volume: 47   Issue: 8   Pages: 643-648   Published: AUG 2009
72.    Embryogenic callus culture of Tribulus terrestris L. a potential source of harmaline, harmine and diosgenin
Author(s): Nikam T. D.; Ebrahimi Mohammad Ali; Patil V. A.
Source: PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY REPORTS  Volume: 3   Issue: 3   Pages: 243-250   DOI: 10.1007/s11816-009-0096-5   Published: JUL 2009
73.    Screening of Some Saponins and Phenolic Components of Tribulus terrestris and Smilax excelsa as MDR Modulators
Author(s): Ivanova Antoaneta; Serly Julianna; Dinchev Dragomir; et al.
Source: IN VIVO  Volume: 23   Issue: 4   Pages: 545-550   Published: JUL-AUG 2009
74.    Screening of some saponins and phenolic components of Tribulus terrestris and Smilax excelsa as MDR modulators.
Author(s): Ivanova Antoaneta; Serly Julianna; Dinchev Dragomir; et al.
Source: In vivo (Athens, Greece)  Volume: 23   Issue: 4   Pages: 545-50   Published: 2009 Jul-Aug
75.    Effects of Dietary Tribulus terrestris L. Powder on Growth Performance, Body Components and Digestive System of Broiler Chicks
Author(s): Sahin Ahmet
Source: JOURNAL OF APPLIED ANIMAL RESEARCH  Volume: 35   Issue: 2   Pages: 193-195   Published: JUN 2009
76.    Changes in the brain cortex of rabbits on a cholesterol-rich diet following supplementation with a herbal extract of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Berkman Zafer; Tanriover Gamze; Acar Goksemin; et al.
Source: HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY  Volume: 24   Issue: 6   Pages: 683-692   Published: JUN 2009
77.    Phytochemical Analysis and Antimicrobial Activity of Crude Extract of Tribulus terrestris Fruits; a Known Medicinal Weed
Author(s): Verma Neelam; Kumar Ashwani; Saggoo M. I. S.; et al.
Source: Advances in Plant Sciences  Volume: 22   Issue: 1   Pages: 155-158   Published: JUN 2009
78.    Two new steroidal glucosides from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Ya-Juan; Xu Tun-Hai; Liu Yue; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 11   Issue: 6   Pages: 548-553   DOI: 10.1080/10286020902937483   Published: 2009
79.    Steroidal saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Su Lan; Chen Gang; Feng Sheng-Guang; et al.
Source: STEROIDS  Volume: 74   Issue: 4-5   Pages: 399-403   DOI: 10.1016/j.steroids.2008.12.008   Published: APR-MAY 2009
80.    Mechanisms of gross saponins of Tribulus terrestris via activating PKCepsilon against myocardial apoptosis induced by oxidative stress.
Author(s): Wang Si-Si; Ji Ying-Shi; Li Hong; et al.
Source: Yao xue xue bao = Acta pharmaceutica Sinica  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 134-9   Published: 2009-Feb
81.    Mechanisms of gross saponins of Tribulus terrestris via activating PKC epsilon against myocardial apoptosis induced by oxidative stress
Author(s): Wang Si-si; Ji Ying-shi; Li Hong; et al.
Source: Yaoxue Xuebao  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 134-139   Published: FEB 2009
82.    The influence of the Tribulus terrestris extract on the parameters of the functional preparedness and athletes' organism homeostasis.
Author(s): Milasius K; Dadeliene R; Skernevicius Ju
Source: Fiziolohichnyi zhurnal (Kiev, Ukraine : 1994)  Volume: 55   Issue: 5   Pages: 89-96   Published: 2009
83.    Ultrastructure and ontogeny of the exine in Tribulus terrestris Linne (Zygophyllaceae)
Author(s): Ben Nasri-Ayachi Mouhiba; Nabli Mohamed Abdelhamid
Source: GRANA  Volume: 48   Issue: 2   Pages: 109-121   DOI: 10.1080/00173130902916242   Published: 2009
84.    Five furostanol saponins from fruits of Tribulus terrestris and their cytotoxic activities
Author(s): Wang Jue; Zu Xuyu; Jiang Yuyang
Source: NATURAL PRODUCT RESEARCH  Volume: 23   Issue: 15   Pages: 1436-1444   Article Number: PII 915676105   DOI: 10.1080/14786410902940990   Published: 2009
85.    Influence of Tribulus terrestris extract on lipid profile and endothelial structure in developing atherosclerotic lesions in the aorta of rabbits on a high-cholesterol diet
Author(s): Tuncer M. Altug; Yaymaci Bengi; Sati Leyla; et al.
Source: ACTA HISTOCHEMICA  Volume: 111   Issue: 6   Pages: 488-500   DOI: 10.1016/j.acthis.2008.06.004   Published: 2009
86.    Two new steroidal saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Su Lan; Feng Sheng-Guang; Qiao Li; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 11   Issue: 1   Pages: 38-43   DOI: 10.1080/10286020802413130   Published: 2009
87.    Evaluation of Tribulus terrestris Linn (Zygophyllaceae) Acetone extract for Larvicidal and Repellence Activity against Mosquito Vectors
Author(s): Singh S. P.; Raghavendra K.; Singh R. K.; et al.
Source: Journal of Communicable Diseases  Volume: 40   Issue: 4   Pages: 255-261   Published: DEC 2008
88.    Chromosome Number and Morphological Variability in North Indian Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris Linn.) : A Traditionally Medicinal Herb
Author(s): Kumar Ashwani; Verma Neelam; Saggoo M. I. S.; et al.
Source: Advances in Plant Sciences  Volume: 21   Issue: 2   Pages: 645-648   Published: DEC 2008
89.    Protective effects of Tribulus terrestris against myocardial injury induced by isoproterenol in rats: biochemical and histological findings
Author(s): Ray I; Maheshwari U.
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 40   Pages: 111-111   Meeting Abstract: 262   Published: OCT 2008
90.    Short term impact of Tribulus terrestris intake on doping control analysis of endogenous steroids
Author(s): Saudan Christophe; Baume Norbert; Emery Caroline; et al.
Source: FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL  Volume: 178   Issue: 1   Pages: E7-E10   DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2008.01.003   Published: JUN 10 2008
91.    Toxicity of Piper cubera, Piper longum and Tribulus terrestris against the snail Lymnaea acuminata
Author(s): Jitendra K. P.; Singh D. K.
Source: Malaysian Applied Biology  Volume: 37   Issue: 1   Pages: 41-46   Published: JUN 2008
92.    Two new furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Tun-Hai; Xu Ya-Juan; Xie Sheng-Xiu; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 10   Issue: 5   Pages: 419-423   DOI: 10.1080/10286020801966575   Published: 2008
93.    Two furostanol saponins from the fruits of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Yuan Wei-Hua; Wang Nai-Li; Yi Yang-Hua; et al.
Source: Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines  Volume: 6   Issue: 3   Pages: 172-175   DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1009.2008.00172   Published: MAY 2008
94.    Preliminary pharmacognostic evaluations and phytochemical studies on fruits of Tribulus terrestris (Chota gokhru)
Author(s): Pande M. S.; Pathak A. K.
Source: PLANT ARCHIVES  Volume: 8   Issue: 1   Pages: 97-100   Published: APR 2008
95.    Study on fitting growth density and best harvest time of Tribulus terrestris.
Author(s): Han Mei; Yang Li-Min; Han Da-Yong; et al.
Source: Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica  Volume: 33   Issue: 7   Pages: 750-3   Published: 2008-Apr
96.    Analysis of genetic diversity through AFLP, SAMPL, ISSR and RAPD markers in Tribulus terrestris, a medicinal herb
Author(s): Sarwat Maryam; Das S.; Srivastava P. S.
Source: PLANT CELL REPORTS  Volume: 27   Issue: 3   Pages: 519-528   DOI: 10.1007/s00299-007-0478-5   Published: MAR 2008
97.    Antibacterial and antifungal activities of different parts of Tribulus terrestris L. growing in Iraq
Author(s): Al-Bayati Firas A.; Al-Mola Hassan F.
Source: JOURNAL OF ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY-SCIENCE B  Volume: 9   Issue: 2   Pages: 154-159   DOI: 10.1631/jzus.B0720251   Published: FEB 2008
98.    Distribution of steroidal saponins in Tribulus terrestris from different geographical regions
Author(s): Dinchev Dragomir; Janda Bogdan; Evstatieva Liuba; et al.
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 69   Issue: 1   Pages: 176-186   DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2007.07.003   Published: JAN 2008
99.    Effect of soil salinity on the chemical composition of two populations of Tribulus terrestris from Bulgaria
Author(s): Ivanova Albena; Ivanova Antoaneta; Seizova Katya; et al.
Source: COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE BULGARE DES SCIENCES  Volume: 61   Issue: 1   Pages: 55-62   Published: 2008
100.    Effects of Tribulus terrestris L. saponion on apoptosis of cortical neurons induced by hypoxia-reoxygenation in rats.
Author(s): Liu Xue-Mei; Huang Qi-Fu; Zhang Yun-Ling; et al.
Source: Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao = Journal of Chinese integrative medicine  Volume: 6   Issue: 1   Pages: 45-50   Published: 2008-Jan
101.    Preliminary studies on the antioxidant activity of Tribulus terrestris and Eclipta alba
Author(s): Majumdar Anuradha S.; Saraf Madhusudan N.; Andrades Norma R.; et al.
Source: PHARMACOGNOSY MAGAZINE  Volume: 4   Issue: 13   Supplement: S   Pages: 102-107   Published: JAN-MAR 2008
102.    GERMINATION BEHAVIOR OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. IN ASSOCIATION WITH SOIL MICROFLORA
Author(s): Kate V. V.; Karadge B. A.
Source: Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany  Volume: 32   Issue: 3   Pages: 745-748   Published: 2008
103.    One new cinnamic imide dervative from the fruits of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Lv A-Li; Zhang Nan; Sun Min-Ge; et al.
Source: NATURAL PRODUCT RESEARCH  Volume: 22   Issue: 11   Pages: 1013-1016   DOI: 10.1080/14786410701654867   Published: 2008
104.    The hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris and its role in the management of male erectile dysfunction - an evaluation using primates, rabbit and rat
Author(s): Gauthaman Kalamegam; Ganesan Adaikan P.
Source: PHYTOMEDICINE  Volume: 15   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 44-54   DOI: 10.1016/j.phymed.2007.11.011   Published: JAN 2008
105.    A triterpene saponin from Tribulus terrestris attenuates apoptosis in cardiocyte via activating PKC signalling transduction pathway
Author(s): Sun Wei; Li Hong; Yang Shi-Jie
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 10   Issue: 1   Pages: 39-48   DOI: 10.1080/10286020701275846   Published: 2008
106.    Masculinization of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) treated with gokshura (Tribulus terrestris)
Author(s): Turan Funda; Cek Sehriban
Source: ISRAELI JOURNAL OF AQUACULTURE-BAMIDGEH  Volume: 59   Issue: 4   Pages: 224-229   Published: DEC 2007
107.    Antioxidative properties of Tribulus terrestris from Bulgaria and radical scavenging activity of its flavonoid components
Author(s): Kancheva V.; Dinchev D.; Tsimidou M.; et al.
Source: RIVISTA ITALIANA DELLE SOSTANZE GRASSE  Volume: 84   Issue: 4   Pages: 210-219   Published: OCT-DEC 2007
108.    Hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects of alcoholic extract of Tribulus alatus in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats: A comparative study with T. terrestris (Caltrop)
Author(s): El-Tantawy W. H.; Hassanin L. A.
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY  Volume: 45   Issue: 9   Pages: 785-790   Published: SEP 2007
109.    The effect of five weeks of Tribulus terrestris supplementation on muscle strength and body composition during preseason training in elite rugby league players
Author(s): Rogerson Shane; Riches Christopher J.; Jennings Carl; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH  Volume: 21   Issue: 2   Pages: 348-353   DOI: 10.1519/00124278-200705000-00010   Published: MAY 2007
110.    Masculinization of Convict Cichlid (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum) by immersion in Tribulus terrestris extract
Author(s): Cek Sehriban; Turan Funda; Atik Esin
Source: AQUACULTURE INTERNATIONAL  Volume: 15   Issue: 2   Pages: 109-119   DOI: 10.1007/s10499-006-9071-0   Published: APR 2007
111.    Isolation and identification of a new furosteroidal saponin from fruits of Tribulus Terrestris L.
Author(s): Xu Ya-Jiuan; Huang Xiao-Lie; Xie Sheng-Xu; et al.
Source: CHEMICAL JOURNAL OF CHINESE UNIVERSITIES-CHINESE  Volume: 28   Issue: 3   Pages: 484-486   Published: MAR 2007
112.    The effects of gokshura, Tribulus terrestris on sex reversal of guppy, Poecilia reticulata.
Author(s): Cek Sehriban; Turan Funda; Atik Esin
Source: Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences  Volume: 10   Issue: 5   Pages: 718-725   Published: 1st March 2007
113.    Anti-inflammatory activity of steroidal saponins (IND 002) isolated from methanolic extract of fruits of tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Rathi Badal; Bodhankar Subhash; Vishi Mohan
Source: INFLAMMATION RESEARCH  Volume: 56   Supplement: 2   Pages: S281-S281   Published: MAR 2007
114.    Tribulus terrestris fruit extract protects against oxidative stress-induced apoptosis
Author(s): Pandey Ruchi; Shankar Bhavani S.; Sainis Krishna B.
Source: PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY  Volume: 45   Issue: 8   Pages: 619-625   DOI: 10.1080/13880200701538872   Published: 2007
115.    Saponins from Tribulus terrestris L. are less toxic for normal human fibroblasts than for many cancer lines: Influence on apoptosis and proliferation
Author(s): Neychev V. K.; Nikolova E.; Zhelev N.; et al.
Source: EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE  Volume: 232   Issue: 1   Pages: 126-133   Published: JAN 2007
116.    The analgesic effect of Tribulus terrestris extract and comparison of gastric ulcerogenicity of the extract with indomethacine in animal experiments
Author(s): Heidari M. R.; Mehrabani M.; Pardakhty A.; et al.
Source: SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS, PT C: CELL SIGNALING IN HEALTH AND DISEASE  Book Series: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES   Volume: 1095   Pages: 418-427   DOI: 10.1196/annals.1397.045   Published: 2007
117.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris extract on melanocyte-stimulating hormone expression in mouse hair follicles.
Author(s): Yang Liu; Lu Jian-wei; An Jing; et al.
Source: Nan fang yi ke da xue xue bao = Journal of Southern Medical University  Volume: 26   Issue: 12   Pages: 1777-9   Published: 2006-Dec
118.    The protective effect of Tribulus terrestris in diabetes
Author(s): Amin Amr; Lotfy Mohamed; Shafiullah Mohamed; et al.
Source: DIABETES MELLITUS AND ITS COMPLICATIONS: MOLECULAR MECHANISMS, EPIDEMIOLOGY, AND CLINICAL MEDICINE  Book Series: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES   Volume: 1084   Pages: 391-401   DOI: 10.1196/annals.1372.005   Published: 2006
119.    Cohort-dependent seedling recruitment, survival and reproductive capacity of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Verdu A. M. C.; T Mas M.
Source: WEED RESEARCH  Volume: 46   Issue: 5   Pages: 371-378   DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3180.2006.00521.x   Published: OCT 2006
120.    Scanning electron microscopic observations on micro-organisms in the root nodules of Tribulus terrestris L. (Zygophyllaceae)
Author(s): Mahmood A.; Athar Mohammad
Source: SCANNING  Volume: 28   Issue: 4   Pages: 233-235   Published: JUL-AUG 2006
121.    Inhibitory effects of saponins from Tribulus terrestris on alpha-glucosidase in small intestines of rats.
Author(s): Zhang Su-jun; Qu Wei-jing; Zhong Shu-yun
Source: Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica  Volume: 31   Issue: 11   Pages: 910-3   Published: 2006-Jun
122.    Recovery of phosphatase and transaminase activity of mercury intoxicated Mus musculus (Linn.) liver tissue by Tribulus terrestris (Linn.) (Zygophyllaceae) extract
Author(s): Jagadeesan G.; Kavitha A. V.
Source: TROPICAL BIOMEDICINE  Volume: 23   Issue: 1   Pages: 45-51   Published: JUN 2006
123.    Role of Tribulus terrestris (Linn.) (Zygophyllacea) against mercuric chloride induced nephrotoxicity in mice, Mus musculus (Linn.)
Author(s): Kavitha AV; Jagadeesan G
Source: JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY  Volume: 27   Issue: 2   Supplement: S   Pages: 397-400   Published: MAY 2006
124.    Antihypertensive and vasodilator effects of methanolic and aqueous extracts of Tribulus terrestris in rats
Author(s): Phillips OA; Mathew KT; Oriowo MA
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 104   Issue: 3   Pages: 351-355   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2005.09.027   Published: APR 6 2006
125.    Chemopreventive potential of Tribulus terrestris against 7,12- dimethylbenz (a) anthracene induced skin papillomagenesis in mice.
Author(s): Kumar Manish; Soni Anil Kumar; Shukla Shalini; et al.
Source: Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP  Volume: 7   Issue: 2   Pages: 289-94   Published: 2006 Apr-Jun
126.    Antifungal activities and action mechanisms of compounds from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Zhang JD; Xu Z; Cao YB; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 103   Issue: 1   Pages: 76-84   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2005.07.006   Published: JAN 3 2006
127.    Abnormal turning behaviour, GABAergic inhibition and the degeneration of astrocytes in ovine Tribulus terrestris motor neuron disease
Author(s): Bourke CA
Source: AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 84   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 53-58   DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.2006.tb13128.x   Published: JAN-FEB 2006
128.    Comparative efficacy of Tribulus terrestris Linn. and frusemide in post-partum udder oedema in cattle
Author(s): Kumar EV; Kumar SA; Alex PC; et al.
Source: INDIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 83   Issue: 1   Pages: 77-79   Published: JAN 2006
129.    The occurrence of puncture vine (Tribulus terrestris) and its metabolic characteristics in Slovakia
Author(s): Salamon I; Haban M; Baranec T; et al.
Source: BIOLOGIA  Volume: 61   Issue: 1   Pages: 25-30   DOI: 10.2478/s11756-006-0004-1   Published: JAN 2006
130.    Adaptogenic activity of ethanolic extract of Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Shivakumar H.; Javed Talha; Prakash T.; et al.
Source: Journal of Natural Remedies  Volume: 6   Issue: 1   Pages: 87-95   Published: JAN 2006
131.    In vitro and in vivo antifungal activities of the eight steroid saponins from Tribulus terrestris L. with potent activity against fluconazole-resistant fungal
Author(s): Zhang JD; Cao YB; Xu Z; et al.
Source: BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN  Volume: 28   Issue: 12   Pages: 2211-2215   DOI: 10.1248/bpb.28.2211   Published: DEC 2005
132.    The aphrodisiac herb Tribulus terrestris does not influence the androgen production in young men
Author(s): Neychev VK; Mitev VI
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 101   Issue: 1-3   Pages: 319-323   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2005.05.017   Published: OCT 3 2005
133.    Comparative study on the investigation of heavy metals in Tribulus terrestris growing in polluted and unpolluted areas of Peshawar Pakistan
Author(s): Hussain I; Khan I; Wali-Ullah
Source: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY OF PAKISTAN  Volume: 27   Issue: 5   Pages: 508-511   Published: OCT 2005
134.    Phytochemical investigation and hypoglycaemic activity of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Manogaran S; Sulochana N
Source: ASIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY  Volume: 17   Issue: 4   Pages: 2727-2730   Published: OCT-DEC 2005
135.    Experimental study of saponins from Tribulus terrestris on renal carcinoma cell line.
Author(s): Yang Huang-jian; Qu Wei-jing; Sun Bin
Source: Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica  Volume: 30   Issue: 16   Pages: 1271-4   Published: 2005-Aug
136.    FT-IR Study of the influence of Tribulus terrestris on Mercury intoxicated mice, Mus musculus liver.
Author(s): Jagadeesan G; Kavitha A V; Subashini J
Source: Tropical biomedicine  Volume: 22   Issue: 1   Pages: 15-22   Published: 2005-Jun
137.    Inhibition of the growth of urinary calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate crystals with aqueous extracts of Tribulus terrestris and Bergenia ligulata
Author(s): Joshi VS; Parekh BB; Joshi MJ; et al.
Source: UROLOGICAL RESEARCH  Volume: 33   Issue: 2   Pages: 80-86   DOI: 10.1007/s00240-004-0450-6   Published: MAY 2005
138.    Antimicrobial activity of fruit of Tribulus terrestris linn.
Author(s): Gupta SK; Sharma PK; Ansari SH
Source: ASIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY  Volume: 17   Issue: 2   Pages: 1355-1356   Published: APR-JUN 2005
139.    Standardization of fruit of Tribulus terrestris Linn.
Author(s): Gupta SK; Sharma PK; Ansari SH
Source: ASIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY  Volume: 17   Issue: 2   Pages: 975-979   Published: APR-JUN 2005
140.    Herbal extracts of Tribulus terrestris and Bergenia ligulata inhibit growth of calcium oxalate monohydrate crystals in vitro
Author(s): Joshi V.S.; Parekh B.B.; Joshi M.J.; et al.
Source: Journal of Crystal Growth  Volume: 275   Issue: 1-2   Pages: e1403-8   DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2004.11.240   Published: 15 Feb. 2005
141.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris on nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-diaphorase activity and androgen receptors in rat brain
Author(s): Gauthaman K; Adaikan PG
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 96   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 127-132   DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2004.08.030   Published: JAN 2005
142.    Saponins in Tribulus terrestris - chemistry and bioactivity
Author(s): Kostova I.; Dinchev D.
Source: Phytochemistry Reviews  Volume: 4   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 111-137   DOI: 10.1007/s11101-005-2833-x   Published: 2005
143.    Comparative GC-MS study of the volatiles of Tribulus terrestris L. from different geographical regions
Author(s): Dinchev D.; Ivanova A.; Kostova I.; et al.
Source: Dokladi na Bolgarskata Akademiya na Naukite  Volume: 58   Issue: 10   Pages: 1173-1178   Published: 2005
144.    Treatment of vulvovaginitis with spirostanol enriched extract from Tribulus terrestris
Source: Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents  Volume: 1288   Issue: 3   Published: Nov. 16, 2004
145.    Treatment of vulvovaginitis with spirostanol enriched extract from Tribulus terrestris
Source: Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents  Volume: 1288   Issue: 3   Published: Nov. 16, 2004
146.    Quantitation of protodioscin in Tribulus terrestris L. fruit powder by reversed-phase high-performance thin-layer chromatography
Author(s): Sane RT; Sasikumar M; Deshpande AY; et al.
Source: JPC-JOURNAL OF PLANAR CHROMATOGRAPHY-MODERN TLC  Volume: 17   Issue: 5   Pages: 379-382   DOI: 10.1556/JPC.17.2004.5.12   Published: SEP-OCT 2004
147.    Investigation on inhibitory and apoptosis-inducing effects of saponins from Tribulus terrestris on hepatoma cell line BEL-7402
Author(s): Sun Bin; Qu Wei-jing; Zhang Xiao-Ling; et al.
Source: Zhongguo Zhongyao Zazhi  Volume: 29   Issue: 7   Pages: 681-684   Published: July 2004
148.    The inhibition effect of lithium carbonate and its comparison with Tribulus terrestris in nephrotoxicity induced by Amikacin in rat
Author(s): Mozaffari AR; Rashidi I
Source: TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 197   Issue: 3   Pages: 297-297   Meeting Abstract: 646   Published: JUN 15 2004
149.    A STRUCTURAL AND HISTOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF NODULES OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. AND THE INFECTING MICROORGANISMS
Author(s): Mahmood A.; Athar M.
Source: International Journal of Biology and Biotechnology  Volume: 1   Issue: 2   Pages: 137-142   Published: APR 2004
150.    A novel furostanol saponin from Tribulus terrestris of Bulgarian origin
Author(s): Conrad J; Dinchev D; Klaiber I; et al.
Source: FITOTERAPIA  Volume: 75   Issue: 2   Pages: 117-122   DOI: 10.1016/j.fitote.2003.09.001   Published: MAR 2004
151.    Experimental Tribulus terrestris poisoning in goats
Author(s): Aslani MR; Movassaghi AR; Mohri M; et al.
Source: SMALL RUMINANT RESEARCH  Volume: 51   Issue: 3   Pages: 261-267   DOI: 10.1016/S0921-4488(03)00195-0   Published: MAR 2004
152.    Terresoxazine, A novel compound with benzoxazine skeleton from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Huang JW; Tan CH; Jiang SH; et al.
Source: CHINESE CHEMICAL LETTERS  Volume: 15   Issue: 3   Pages: 305-306   Published: MAR 2004
153.    A revised structure for the alkaloid, tribulusterine, from Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Bremner JB; Sengpracha W; Southwell I; et al.
Source: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY  Volume: 57   Issue: 3   Pages: 273-276   DOI: 10.1071/CH03230   Published: 2004
154.    Terrestrinins A and B, two new steroid saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Huang JW; Tan CH; Jiang SH; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ASIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS RESEARCH  Volume: 5   Issue: 4   Pages: 285-290   DOI: 10.1080/1028602031000111996   Published: SEP 2003
155.    Study of antihypertensive mechanism of Tribulus terrestris in 2K1C hypertensive rats: Role of tissue ACE activity
Author(s): Sharifi AM; Darabi R; Akbarloo N
Source: LIFE SCIENCES  Volume: 73   Issue: 23   Pages: 2963-2971   DOI: 10.1016/j.lfs.2003.04.002   Published: OCT 24 2003
156.    Furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): De Combarieu E; Fuzzati N; Lovati M; et al.
Source: FITOTERAPIA  Volume: 74   Issue: 6   Pages: 583-591   DOI: 10.1016/S0367-326X(03)00152-7   Published: SEP 2003
157.    Mass-spectrometric investigation of composition and structure of steroid glycosides from Tribulus terrestris L. and Agave sisalana L.
Author(s): Pilipenko V. V.; Sukhodub L. F.
Source: Biopolimery i Kletka  Volume: 19   Issue: 5   Pages: 432-435   Published: September-October 2003
158.    In vivo studies on the role of Tribulus terrestris extract on mercury intoxicated mice, Mus musculus-large intestine: A histological survey.
Author(s): Kavitha A. V.; Jagadeesan G.
Source: Journal of Experimental Zoology India  Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Pages: 213-219   Published: July 2003
159.    Food supplements of Tribulus terrestris L.: An HPLC-ESI-MS method for an estimation of the saponin content
Author(s): Mulinacci N; Vignolini P; la Marca G; et al.
Source: CHROMATOGRAPHIA  Volume: 57   Issue: 9-10   Pages: 581-592   DOI: 10.1007/BF02491733   Published: MAY 2003
160.    Effect of saponin from Tribulus terrestris on hyperlipidemia.
Author(s): Chu Shudi; Qu Weijing; Pang Xiufeng; et al.
Source: Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials  Volume: 26   Issue: 5   Pages: 341-4   Published: 2003-May
161.    Sexual effect's of puncturevine (Tribulus terrestris) extract (protodioscin): An evaluation using a rat model
Author(s): Gauthaman K; Ganesan AP; Prasad RNV
Source: JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE  Volume: 9   Issue: 2   Pages: 257-265   DOI: 10.1089/10755530360623374   Published: APR 2003
162.    Tribulus terrestris: preliminary study of its diuretic and contractile effects and comparison with Zea mays
Author(s): Al-Ali M; Wahbi S; Twaij H; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 85   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 257-260   DOI: 10.1016/S0378-8741(03)00014-X   Published: APR 2003
163.    The inhibitory effect of saponins from Tribulus terrestris on Bcap-37 breast cancer cell line in vitro.
Author(s): Sun Bin; Qu Weijing; Bai Zhongjiang
Source: Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials  Volume: 26   Issue: 2   Pages: 104-6   Published: 2003-Feb
164.    Experimental Tribulus terrestris poisoning in sheep: Clinical, laboratory and pathological findings
Author(s): Aslani MR; Movassaghi AR; Mohri M; et al.
Source: VETERINARY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS  Volume: 27   Issue: 1   Pages: 53-62   DOI: 10.1023/A:1022010707704   Published: JAN 2003
165.    Tribulosin and beta-sitosterol-D-glucoside, the anthelmintic principles of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Deepak M; Dipankar G; Prashanth D; et al.
Source: PHYTOMEDICINE  Volume: 9   Issue: 8   Pages: 753-756   DOI: 10.1078/094471102321621395   Published: DEC 2002
166.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris L decoction of different concentrations on tyrosinase activity and the proliferation of melanocytes.
Author(s): Deng Yan; Yang Liu; An Sheng-Li
Source: Di 1 jun yi da xue xue bao = Academic journal of the first medical college of PLA  Volume: 22   Issue: 11   Pages: 1017-9   Published: 2002-Nov
167.    Phytosociological analysis of medicinally important plants: Solanum surattense and Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Singh B. P.; Brar Sukhpal; Bhola Richa
Source: Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany  Volume: 26   Issue: 2   Pages: 280-284   Published: August 20, 2002
168.    Aphrodisiac properties of Tribulus Terrestris extract (Protodioscin) in normal and castrated rats
Author(s): Gauthaman K; Adaikan PG; Prasad RNV
Source: LIFE SCIENCES  Volume: 71   Issue: 12   Pages: 1385-1396   Article Number: PII S0024-3205(02)01858-1   DOI: 10.1016/S0024-3205(02)01858-1   Published: AUG 9 2002
169.    A new steroidal saponin from Tribulus terrestris Linn
Author(s): Sun WJ; Gao J; Tu GZ; et al.
Source: NATURAL PRODUCT LETTERS  Volume: 16   Issue: 4   Pages: 243-247   DOI: 10.1080/10575630290020541   Published: AUG 2002
170.    Biologically active steroidal glycosides from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Bedir E; Khan IA; Walker LA
Source: PHARMAZIE  Volume: 57   Issue: 7   Pages: 491-493   Published: JUL 2002
171.    Influence of Tribulus terrestris extract on mercury intoxicated stomach of mice, Mus musculus (Linn.): A histological survey
Author(s): Kavitha A. V.; Jagadeesan G.
Source: Journal of Experimental Zoology India  Volume: 5   Issue: 2   Pages: 161-166   Published: July, 2002
172.    An acidic polysaccharide from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Chen HS; Leung WN; Xu YX
Source: CHINESE CHEMICAL LETTERS  Volume: 13   Issue: 7   Pages: 625-628   Published: JUL 2002
173.    Hypoglycemic effect of saponin from Tribulus terrestris.
Author(s): Li Mingjuan; Qu Weijing; Wang Yifei; et al.
Source: Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials  Volume: 25   Issue: 6   Pages: 420-2   Published: 2002-Jun
174.    Structure elucidation of a new saponin from Tribulus terrestris L. using high-field gradient NMR techniques
Author(s): Tu GZ; Ma LB; Li XL; et al.
Source: CHEMICAL JOURNAL OF CHINESE UNIVERSITIES-CHINESE  Volume: 23   Issue: 4   Pages: 600-604   Published: APR 2002
175.    Two new sulfated furostanol saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Kostova I; Dinchev D; Rentsch GH; et al.
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES  Volume: 57   Issue: 1-2   Pages: 33-38   Published: JAN-FEB 2002
176.    Phytosociological study of Tribulus terrestris L. weed communities habiting railway areas in Hungary
Author(s): Dancza I; Pal R; Csiky J
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION  Special Issue: 18   Pages: 159-166   Published: 2002
177.    Determination of steroidal saponins in Tribulus terrestris by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography and evaporative light scattering detection
Author(s): Ganzera M; Bedir E; Khan IA
Source: JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES  Volume: 90   Issue: 11   Pages: 1752-1758   DOI: 10.1002/jps.1124   Published: NOV 2001
178.    Studies on the chemical constituents from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu Ya-juan; Xie Sheng-xu; Zhao Hong-feng; et al.
Source: Yaoxue Xuebao  Volume: 36   Issue: 10   Pages: 750-753   Published: October, 2001
179.    Effect of the decoction of tribulus terrestris on mice gluconeogenesis.
Author(s): Li M; Qu W; Chu S; et al.
Source: Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials  Volume: 24   Issue: 8   Pages: 586-8   Published: 2001-Aug
180.    The effect of Tribulus terrestris on male fertility
Author(s): Stanislavov R.; Nikolova V.
Source: American Journal of Reproductive Immunology  Volume: 46   Issue: 1   Pages: 91   Published: July, 2001
181.    Nephroprotective action of Tribulus terrestris Linn and Crataeva nurvala Buch-Ham in albino rats
Author(s): Meher S. K.; Chaudhuri S. B.; Marjit B.; et al.
Source: Indian Journal of Pharmacology  Volume: 33   Issue: 2   Pages: 128   Published: April, 2001
182.    Hepatoprotective activity of fruits of Tribulus terrestris L. (Chota Gokhru)
Author(s): Pande M. S.; Banerjee G.; Mishra S. H.
Source: Indian Journal of Pharmacology  Volume: 33   Issue: 2   Pages: 129   Published: April, 2001
183.    Steroidal saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Cai LF; Wu YJ; Zhang JG; et al.
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 67   Issue: 2   Pages: 196-198   DOI: 10.1055/s-2001-11650   Published: MAR 2001
184.    New steroidal glycosides from the fruits of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Bedir E; Khan IA
Source: JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS  Volume: 63   Issue: 12   Pages: 1699-1701   DOI: 10.1021/np000353b   Published: DEC 2000
185.    The descriptions, microscopic and TLC identification of Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): Zhang J; Wang Z; Zhang X; et al.
Source: Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials  Volume: 23   Issue: 11   Pages: 675-7   Published: 2000-Nov
186.    Three new saponins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu YX; Chen HS; Liang HQ; et al.
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 66   Issue: 6   Pages: 545-550   DOI: 10.1055/s-2000-8609   Published: AUG 2000
187.    Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in Tribulus terrestris L
Author(s): Mohan J. S. S.; Kumar V. Vijaya; Aparna V.; et al.
Source: Phytomorphology  Volume: 50   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 307-311   Published: July-December, 2000
188.    The effects of Tribulus terrestris on body composition and exercise performance in resistance-trained males
Author(s): Antonio J; Uelmen J; Rodriguez R; et al.
Source: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT NUTRITION  Volume: 10   Issue: 2   Pages: 208-215   Published: JUN 2000
189.    The effects of Tribulus terrestris on endocrine status in recreational bodybuilders: A preliminary report
Author(s): Street C.; Antonio J.; Scally M. C.
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise  Volume: 32   Issue: 5 Suppl.   Pages: S61   Published: May, 2000
190.    Proerectile pharmacological effects of Tribulus terrestris extract on the rabbit corpus cavernosum
Author(s): Adaikan P. G.; Gauthaman K.; Prasad R. N. V.; et al.
Source: Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore  Volume: 29   Issue: 1   Pages: 22-26   Published: January, 2000
191.    Tribulus terrestris and human male fertility: I. Immunological aspects
Author(s): Stanislavov R.; Nikolova V.
Source: Dokladi na B"lgarskata Akademiya na Naukite  Volume: 53   Issue: 10   Pages: 107-110   Published: 2000
192.    Tribulus terrestris and human reproduction clinical laboratory data
Author(s): Nikolova V.; Stanislavov R.
Source: Dokladi na B"lgarskata Akademiya na Naukite  Volume: 53   Issue: 12   Pages: 113-116   Published: 2000
193.    Proerectile pharmacological effects of Tribulus terrestris extract on the rabbit corpus cavernosum
Author(s): Adaikan P. G.; Gauthaman K.; Prasad R. N. V.; et al.
Source: Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore  Volume: 29   Issue: 1   Pages: 22-26   Published: January, 2000
194.    Alkaloids and other constituents from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Wu TS; Shi LS; Kuo SC
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 50   Issue: 8   Pages: 1411-1415   DOI: 10.1016/S0031-9422(97)01086-8   Published: APR 1999
195.    Application of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry combined with sequential tandem mass spectrometry techniques for the profiling of steroidal saponin mixture extracted from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Fang SP; Hao CY; Liu ZQ; et al.
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 65   Issue: 1   Pages: 68-73   DOI: 10.1055/s-1999-13966   Published: FEB 1999
196.    Effect of Tribulus terrestris L. saponin mixture on some smooth muscle preparations: a preliminary study.
Author(s): Arcasoy H B; Erenmemisoglu A; Tekol Y; et al.
Source: Bollettino chimico farmaceutico  Volume: 137   Issue: 11   Pages: 473-5   Published: 1998-Dec
197.    Tribulusamide A and B, new hepatoprotective lignanamides from the fruits of Tribulus terrestris: Indications of cytoprotective activity in murine hepatocyte culture
Author(s): Li JX; Shi Q; Xiong QB; et al.
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 64   Issue: 7   Pages: 628-631   DOI: 10.1055/s-2006-957535   Published: OCT 1998
198.    Two sapogenins from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Xu YX; Chen HS; Liu WY; et al.
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 49   Issue: 1   Pages: 199-201   Published: SEP 1998
199.    Micropropagation of Tribulus terrestris L., an important medicinal plant
Author(s): Ali G.; Mughal M. H.; Srivastava P. S.; et al.
Source: Journal of Plant Biology  Volume: 40   Issue: 3   Pages: 202-205   Published: Sept., 1997
200.    Steroidal saponins from fruits of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Wang Y; Ohtani K; Kasai R; et al.
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 45   Issue: 4   Pages: 811-817   DOI: 10.1016/S0031-9422(97)00043-5   Published: JUN 1997
201.    Influence of aqueous extract of Tribulus terrestris L. on Spodoptera litura (Fabricius) larval biomass and yield of nuclear polyhedrosis virus
Author(s): Baskaran R. K. Murali; Venugopal M. S.; Mahadevan N. R.
Source: Journal of Entomological Research (New Delhi)  Volume: 21   Issue: 2   Pages: 137-141   Published: 1997
202.    Photosensitivity in South Africa .9. Structure elucidation of a beta-glucosidase-treated saponin from Tribulus terrestris, and the identification of saponin chemotypes of South African T-terrestris
Author(s): Wilkins AL; Miles CO; DeKock WT; et al.
Source: ONDERSTEPOORT JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH  Volume: 63   Issue: 4   Pages: 327-334   Published: DEC 1996
203.    Steroidal glycosides from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Wu G; Jiang SH; Jiang FX; et al.
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 42   Issue: 6   Pages: 1677-1681   DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(96)00182-3   Published: AUG 1996
204.    Steroidal saponins from fruits of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Yan W; Ohtani K; Kasai R; et al.
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 42   Issue: 5   Pages: 1417-1422   DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(96)00131-8   Published: JUL 1996
205.    Variation in populations of Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae) .1. Burr morphology
Author(s): Scott JK; Morrison SM
Source: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 175-190   DOI: 10.1071/BT9960175   Published: 1996
206.    Variation in populations of Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae) .2. Chromosome numbers
Author(s): Morrison SM; Scott JK
Source: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 191-199   DOI: 10.1071/BT9960191   Published: 1996
207.    Variation in populations of Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae) .3. Isozyme analysis
Author(s): Morrison SM; Scott JK
Source: AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 201-212   DOI: 10.1071/BT9960201   Published: 1996
208.    A study of the protective effects of Tribulus terrestris L., polysaccharide on genetic damage
Author(s): Liu Qifu; Chen Yuming; Wang Jianmei; et al.
Source: Zhongguo Zhongyao Zazhi  Volume: 20   Issue: 7   Pages: 427-429, 449   Published: 1995
209.    PHOTOSENSITIVITY IN SOUTH-AFRICA .8. OVINE METABOLISM OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS SAPONINS DURING EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED GEELDIKKOP
Author(s): MILES CO; WILKINS AL; ERASMUS GL; et al.
Source: ONDERSTEPOORT JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH  Volume: 61   Issue: 4   Pages: 351-359   Published: DEC 1994
210.    EFFECT OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS ON OXALATE METABOLISM IN RATS
Author(s): SANGEETA D; SIDHU H; THIND SK; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY  Volume: 44   Issue: 2   Pages: 61-66   DOI: 10.1016/0378-8741(94)90069-8   Published: OCT 1994
211.    URINARY INHIBITORY ACTIVITY TOWARDS CALCIUM-OXALATE CRYSTAL-GROWTH IN RATS FED SODIUM GLYCOLATE AND AN AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): SANGEETA D; SIDHU H; THIND SK
Source: MEDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH  Volume: 22   Issue: 9   Pages: 627-628   Published: SEP 1 1994
212.    AN OUTBREAK OF HEPATOGENOUS PHOTOSENSITIZATION IN SHEEP GRAZING TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS IN ARGENTINA
Author(s): TAPIA MO; GIORDANO MA; GUEPER HG
Source: VETERINARY AND HUMAN TOXICOLOGY  Volume: 36   Issue: 4   Pages: 311-313   Published: AUG 1994
213.    Activity of certain fractions of Tribulus terrestris fruits against experimentally induced urolithiasis in rats
Author(s): Anand R.; Patnaik G. K.; Kulshreshtha D. K.; et al.
Source: Indian Journal of Experimental Biology  Volume: 32   Issue: 8   Pages: 548-552   Published: 1994
214.    HEPATOGENOUS PHOTOSENSITIZATION OF SHEEP IN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED WITH INGESTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS (PUNCTURE VINE)
Author(s): MCDONOUGH SP; WOODBURY AH; GALEY FD; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC INVESTIGATION  Volume: 6   Issue: 3   Pages: 392-395   Published: JUL 1994
215.    Evaluation of antiurolithiatic activity of Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Anand R.; Patnaik G. K.; Srivastava S.; et al.
Source: International Journal of Pharmacognosy  Volume: 32   Issue: 3   Pages: 217-224   Published: 1994
216.    Isolation and identification of a new derivative of cinnamic amide from Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): Ren Y. J.; Chen H. S.; Yang G. J.; et al.
Source: Yaoxue Xuebao  Volume: 29   Issue: 3   Pages: 204-206   Published: 1994
217.    IDENTIFICATION OF INSOLUBLE SALTS OF THE BETA-D-GLUCURONIDES OF EPISARSASAPOGENIN AND EPISMILAGENIN IN THE BILE OF LAMBS WITH ALVELD AND EXAMINATION OF NARTHECIUM-OSSIFRAGUM, TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS, AND PANICUM-MILIACEUM FOR SAPOGENINS
Author(s): MILES CO; WILKINS AL; MUNDAY SC; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY  Volume: 41   Issue: 6   Pages: 914-917   DOI: 10.1021/jf00030a015   Published: JUN 1993
218.    THERAPEUTIC RESPONSE OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS (GOKHRU) AQUEOUS EXTRACT ON HYPEROXALURIA IN MALE-ADULT RATS
Author(s): SANGEETA D; SIDHU H; THIND SK; et al.
Source: PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH  Volume: 7   Issue: 2   Pages: 116-119   DOI: 10.1002/ptr.2650070204   Published: MAR-APR 1993
219.    IMAZETHAPYR AND IMAZAQUIN CONTROL PUNCTUREVINE (TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS) BUT CARRY OVER TO SPINACH (SPINACIA-OLERACEA)
Author(s): JOHNSON DH; TALBERT RE
Source: WEED TECHNOLOGY  Volume: 7   Issue: 1   Pages: 79-83   Published: JAN-MAR 1993
220.    CYTOTOXICITY OF FUSARIUM SPECIES MYCOTOXINS AND CULTURE FILTRATES OF FUSARIUM SPECIES ISOLATED FROM THE MEDICINAL PLANT TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS TO MAMMALIAN-CELLS
Author(s): ABEYWICKRAMA K; BEAN GA
Source: MYCOPATHOLOGIA  Volume: 120   Issue: 3   Pages: 189-193   DOI: 10.1007/BF00436398   Published: DEC 1992
221.    LOCOMOTOR EFFECTS IN SHEEP OF ALKALOIDS IDENTIFIED IN AUSTRALIAN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): BOURKE CA; STEVENS GR; CARRIGAN MJ
Source: AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 69   Issue: 7   Pages: 163-165   DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1992.tb07502.x   Published: JUL 1992
222.    CONSTITUENTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS FLOWERS
Author(s): ZAFAR R; AERI V
Source: Fitoterapia  Volume: 63   Issue: 1   Pages: 90   Published: 1992
223.    SOME EFFECTS OF FEEDING TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS, IPOMOEA-LONCHOPHYLLA AND THE SEED OF ABELMOSCHUS-FICULNEUS ON FETAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE OUTCOME OF PREGNANCY IN SHEEP
Author(s): WALKER D; BIRD A; FLORA T; et al.
Source: REPRODUCTION FERTILITY AND DEVELOPMENT  Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Pages: 135-144   DOI: 10.1071/RD9920135   Published: 1992
224.    SUPPRESSION OF ANNUALS BY TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS IN AN ABANDONED FIELD IN THE SANDY DESERT OF KUWAIT
Author(s): ELGHAREEB RM
Source: JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE  Volume: 2   Issue: 2   Pages: 147-154   DOI: 10.2307/3235946   Published: APR 1991
225.    PHOTOSENSITIVITY IN SOUTH-AFRICA .6. THE EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION OF GEELDIKKOP IN SHEEP WITH CRUDE STEROIDAL SAPONINS FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): KELLERMAN TS; ERASMUS GL; COETZER JAW; et al.
Source: ONDERSTEPOORT JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH  Volume: 58   Issue: 1   Pages: 47-53   Published: MAR 1991
226.    STUDIES ON WATER SOLUBLE POLYSACCHARIDES ISOLATED FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L. PURIFICATION AND PRELIMINARY STRUCTURAL DETERMINATION OF HETEROPOLYSACCHARIDE H
Author(s): HUANG X L; ZHANG Y S; LIANG Z Y
Source: Yaoxue Xuebao  Volume: 26   Issue: 8   Pages: 578-583   Published: 1991
227.    THE STUDY OF THE FINAL METABOLITES OF SAPONINS FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ISKENDEROV G B
Source: Azerbaidzhanskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal  Issue: 2   Pages: 28-31   Published: 1991
228.    406 cases of angina pectoris in coronary heart disease treated with saponin of Tribulus terrestris.
Author(s): Wang B; Ma L; Liu T
Source: Zhong xi yi jie he za zhi = Chinese journal of modern developments in traditional medicine / Zhongguo Zhong xi yi jie he yan jiu hui (chou), Zhong yi yan jiu yuan, zhu ban  Volume: 10   Issue: 2   Pages: 85-7, 68   Published: 1990-Feb
229.    TISSUE CULTURE STUDIES ON TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN
Author(s): ZAFAR R; HAQUE J
Source: Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences  Volume: 52   Issue: 2   Pages: 102-103   Published: 1990
230.    TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L. ZYGOPHYLLACEAE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA AN OUTLINE OF BIOLOGICAL AND POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS FOR AUSTRALIA
Author(s): SCOTT J K
Source: Plant Protection Quarterly  Volume: 5   Issue: 3   Pages: 103-106   Published: 1990
231.    TIME OF EMERGENCE AND SEED PRODUCTION OF LONGSPINE SANDBUR (CENCHRUS-LONGISPINUS) AND PUNCTUREVINE (TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS)
Author(s): BOYDSTON RA
Source: WEED SCIENCE  Volume: 38   Issue: 1   Pages: 16-21   Published: JAN 1990
232.    PAST VICTORIAN WORK ON EMEX-AUSTRALIS STENHEIL AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): SHEPHERD R C H
Source: Plant Protection Quarterly  Volume: 5   Issue: 3   Pages: 100-102   Published: 1990
233.    WORKSHOP ON CONTROL OF EMEX-AUSTRALIS STEINHEIL EMEX-SPINOSA L. CAMPDERA TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L. AND CENCHRUS-LONGISPINUS HACKEL FERNALD MILDURA VICTORIA AUSTRALIA AUGUST 13-14 1990
Author(s): BUCHANAN G A
Source: Plant Protection Quarterly  Volume: 5   Issue: 3   Pages: 84-128   Published: 1990
234.    BIOCHEMICAL AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF BOERHAAVIA-DIFFUSA PUNARNAVA AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS GOKSHURA INDUCED DIURETICS IN RATS
Author(s): SINGH R P; SINGH R G; USHA; et al.
Source: Alternative Medicine  Volume: 3   Issue: 3   Pages: 165-172   Published: 1990
235.    HEAT STABILITY OF THE CELL FUNCTIONS OF PHRAGMITES-AUSTRALIS TRIN AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L. IN DIFFERENT SEASONS
Author(s): KARYEVA O
Source: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk  Issue: 5   Pages: 39-44   Published: 1990
236.    EFFECTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF POTATO-TUBER MOTH, PHTHORIMAEA-OPERCULELLA Z (LEPIDOPTERA, GELECHIIDAE)
Author(s): REDDY GVP; URS KCD
Source: CURRENT SCIENCE  Volume: 58   Issue: 4   Pages: 212-213   Published: FEB 20 1989
237.    Effects of Tribulus terrestris Linn. on the development of potato tuber moth, Phthorimaea operculella Z. (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae).
Author(s): Prasad Reddy G.V.; Devaraj Urs K.C.
Source: Current Science (Bangalore)  Volume: 58   Issue: 4   Pages: 212-213   Published: 1989
238.    THE PHARMACOKINETICS OF SAPONINS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS AND THE ELIMINATION OF THEIR METABOLITES
Author(s): ISKENDEROV G B
Source: Azerbaidzhanskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal  Issue: 8   Pages: 47-50   Published: 1989
239.    DORMANCY AND GERMINATION OF SEMI-ARID ANNUAL PLANT-SPECIES, TRAGUS-BERTERONIANUS AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ERNST WHO; TOLSMA DJ
Source: FLORA  Volume: 181   Issue: 3-4   Pages: 243-251   Published: 1988
240.    A NOVEL NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC DISORDER IN SHEEP AFFECTED BY TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS STAGGERS
Author(s): BOURKE CA
Source: RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE  Volume: 43   Issue: 3   Pages: 347-350   Published: NOV 1987
241.    QUERCETIN AND KAEMPFEROL FROM THE FRUITS AND STEM OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN
Author(s): ZAFAR R; NASA A K
Source: Indian Journal of Natural Products  Volume: 3   Issue: 2   Pages: 17-18   Published: 1987
242.    CALLUS INDUCTION AND DETECTION OF METABOLITES IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): ERHUN WO; SOFOWORA A
Source: JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY  Volume: 123   Issue: 2   Pages: 181-186   Published: 1986
243.    Biological control of puncturevine, Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae): post introduction collection records of Microlarinus spp. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Author(s): Andres L.A.
Source: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds.  Pages: 132-136   Published: undated
244.    AN EVALUATION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS CHOTA GOKHARU
Author(s): PRAKASH D; SINGH P N; WAHI S P
Source: Indian Drugs  Volume: 22   Issue: 6   Pages: 332-333   Published: 1985
245.    OBSERVATIONS ON NITROGEN FIXATION BY TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS UNDER NATURAL HABITAT
Author(s): ATHAR M; MAHMOOD A
Source: Geobios (Jodhpur)  Volume: 12   Issue: 1   Pages: 44-46   Published: 1985
246.    NODULATION AND NITROGEN FIXATION BY TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS UNDER NATURAL CONDITIONS
Author(s): ATHAR M; MAHMOOD A
Source: Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research  Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Pages: 101-106   Published: 1985
247.    OBSERVATIONS ON NODULATION AND NITROGEN-FIXATION IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS
Author(s): ATHAR M; MAHMOOD A
Source: PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY  Volume: 17   Issue: 1   Pages: 153-155   Published: 1985
248.    Juvenile hormone effect of Tribulus terrestris L. and Parthenium hysterophoros L. on Dysdercus cingulatus F.
Author(s): Gunasekaran K.; Chelliah S.
Source: Behavioural and physiological approaches to pest management.  Pages: 123-125   Published: 1985
249.    JUVENILE HORMONE EFFECT OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS AND PARTHENIUM-HYSTEROPHORUS ON DYSDERCUS-CINGULATUS
Author(s): GUNASEKARAN K; CHELLIAH S
Source: REGUPATHY, A. AND S. JAYARAJ (ED.). BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN PEST MANAGEMENT; MEETING, COIMBATORE, MADRAS, INDIA, JUNE 21-23, 1984. XVIV++218P. TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY: COIMBATORE, MADRAS, INDIA. ILLUS. PAPER  Pages: 123-125   Published: 1985
250.    JUVENILE HORMONE ACTIVITY OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS ON SPODOPTERA-LITURA AND HELIOTHIS-ARMIGERA
Author(s): GUNASEKARAN K; CHELLIAH S
Source: REGUPATHY, A. AND S. JAYARAJ (ED.). BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN PEST MANAGEMENT; MEETING, COIMBATORE, MADRAS, INDIA, JUNE 21-23, 1984. XVIV++218P. TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY: COIMBATORE, MADRAS, INDIA. ILLUS. PAPER  Pages: 146-149   Published: 1985
251.    STAGGERS IN SHEEP ASSOCIATED WITH THE INGESTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): BOURKE CA
Source: AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 61   Issue: 11   Pages: 360-363   DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1984.tb07156.x   Published: 1984
252.    A SYNDROME OF HEPATOGENOUS PHOTOSENSITIZATION, RESEMBLING GEELDIKKOP, IN SHEEP GRAZING TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): GLASTONBURY JRW; DOUGHTY FR; WHITAKER SJ; et al.
Source: AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 61   Issue: 10   Pages: 314-316   DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1984.tb07135.x   Published: 1984
253.    STEROID SAPONINS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS HAVING A STIMULANT EFFECT ON THE SEXUAL FUNCTIONS
Author(s): ZARKOVA S
Source: Revista Portuguesa de Ciencias Veterinarias  Volume: 79   Issue: 470   Pages: 117-126   Published: 1984
254.    HEPATOPATHY IN SHEEP ASSOCIATED WITH TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): BOURKE CA
Source: AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 60   Issue: 6   Pages: 189-189   Published: 1983
255.    BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PUNCTUREVINE, TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS IN CALIFORNIA AFTER 20 YEARS OF ACTIVITY OF INTRODUCED WEEVILS
Author(s): HUFFAKER CB; HAMAI J; NOWIERSKI RM
Source: ENTOMOPHAGA  Volume: 28   Issue: 4   Pages: 387-400   DOI: 10.1007/BF02372193   Published: 1983
256.    STEROIDAL SAPOGENINS FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS (ZYGOPHYLLACEAE)
Author(s): TOMBESI OL
Source: ANALES DE LA ASOCIACION QUIMICA ARGENTINA  Volume: 71   Issue: 4   Pages: 501-504   Published: 1983
257.    FLAVONOID GLYCOSIDES OF TRIBULUS-PENTANDRUS AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): SALEH NAM; AHMED AA; ABDALLA MF
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 21   Issue: 8   Pages: 1995-2000   DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(82)83030-6   Published: 1982
258.    MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL STUDIES IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS .2. VASCULAR COURSE THROUGH COTYLEDONARY AND FOLIAR NODES
Author(s): FUKUDA Y
Source: BOTANICAL MAGAZINE-TOKYO  Volume: 95   Issue: 1038   Pages: 183-194   DOI: 10.1007/BF02488584   Published: 1982
259.    CHEMICAL EXAMINATION OF THE FRUITS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN
Author(s): VASI IG; KALINTHA VP
Source: COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY  Volume: 7   Issue: 2   Pages: 68-70   Published: 1982
260.    ROOT NODULES IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ATHAR M; MAHMOOD A
Source: Pakistan Journal of Botany  Volume: 14   Issue: SPEC. ISSUE   Pages: 36-37   Published: 1982
261.    BREEDING STRUCTURE AND POLLINATION ECOLOGY OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): REDDI C S; REDDI E U B; REDDI N S
Source: Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological Sciences  Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 185-193   Published: 1981
262.    STEROIDAL GLYCOSIDES OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS LINN
Author(s): MAHATO SB; SAHU NP; GANGULY AN; et al.
Source: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-PERKIN TRANSACTIONS 1  Issue: 9   Pages: 2405-2414   DOI: 10.1039/p19810002405   Published: 1981
263.    CHANGES IN GAMMA METHYLENE GLUTAMIC-ACID GAMMA METHYLENE GLUTAMINE AND OTHER AMINO-ACIDS AND AMIDES DURING FRUIT GROWTH OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): JAIN V K; GUPTA P
Source: Giornale Botanico Italiano  Volume: 115   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 89-94   Published: 1981
264.    PHOTOSENSITIVITY IN SOUTH-AFRICA .2. THE EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION OF THE OVINE HEPATOGENOUS PHOTOSENSITIVITY DISEASE GEELDIKKOP (TRIBULOSIS-OVIS) BY THE SIMULTANEOUS INGESTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS PLANTS AND CULTURES OF PITHOMYCES-CHARTARUM CONTAINING THE MYCO-TOXIN SPORIDESMI
Author(s): KELLERMAN TS; VANDERWESTHUIZEN GCA; COETZER JAW; et al.
Source: ONDERSTEPOORT JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH  Volume: 47   Issue: 4   Pages: 231-&   Published: 1980
265.    QUALITATIVE ESTIMATION OF FREE AMINO-ACIDS FROM THE ROOT-NODULES OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): ATHAR M; MAHMOOD A
Source: PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY  Volume: 12   Issue: 1   Pages: 91-96   Published: 1980
266.    STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC TISSUE OF LEAVES AND COTYLEDONS OF A PUTATIVE 4 CARBON PATHWAY PLANT TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): LAETSCH W M; KENNEDY R A
Source: Plant Physiology (Rockville)  Volume: 65   Issue: 6 SUPPL   Pages: 87   Published: 1980
267.    DISTRIBUTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS IN THE USSR
Author(s): SHRETER I A
Source: Rastitel'nye Resursy  Volume: 16   Issue: 4   Pages: 513-523   Published: 1980
268.    CYTOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL VARIANTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): BHANSALI A K
Source: Indian Forester  Volume: 106   Issue: 10   Pages: 734-737   Published: 1980
269.    BIOLOGY OF AUSTRALIAN WEEDS .1. TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): SQUIRES VR
Source: JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE  Volume: 45   Issue: 2   Pages: 75-82   Published: 1979
270.    PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF TRIBULUS-ALATUS, TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS AND AGAVE-WIGHTII - CONTENTS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTS
Author(s): NAG TS; MATHUR GS; GOYAL SC
Source: COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY  Volume: 4   Issue: 3   Pages: 157-160   Published: 1979
271.    INSECTICIDAL-CHECK STUDY OF BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PUNCTUREVINE (TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS) BY IMPORTED WEEVILS, MICROLARINUS-LAREYNII AND M-LYPRIFORMIS (COLEOPTERA-CURCULIONIDAE)
Author(s): KIRKLAND RL; GOEDEN RD
Source: ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY  Volume: 7   Issue: 3   Pages: 349-354   Published: 1978
272.    STEROIDSAPONINES AND STEROIDSAPOGENINES .6. FUROSTANOLBISGLYCOSIDE FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): TOMOWA MP; GJULEMETOWA R
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 34   Issue: 2   Pages: 188-191   Published: 1978
273.    PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): CHAKRABORTY B; NEOGI N C
Source: Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences  Volume: 40   Issue: 2   Pages: 50-52   Published: 1978
274.    USE OF HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES OF THE FUNGUS ASPERGILLUS-NIGER BKMT-33 TO INCREASE DIOSGENIN YIELD FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; KINTYA P K
Source: Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya  Volume: 14   Issue: 2   Pages: 309-312   Published: 1978
275.    STEROID SAPONINES AND SAPOGENINES .5. HECOGENIN FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): TOMOWA MP; BOTSCHEWA DM; ZAIKIN WG; et al.
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 32   Issue: 3   Pages: 223-224   Published: 1977
276.    EFFECT OF GOKHARU-(TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-LINN) AS SOLE FEED TO WEANER LAMBS
Author(s): PACHALAG SV; PATIL BD
Source: INDIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL  Volume: 54   Issue: 7   Pages: 586-587   Published: 1977
277.    SOME CENTRAL EFFECTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): CHAKRABORTY B K C
Source: Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences  Volume: 31   Issue: 4   Pages: 189-192   Published: 1977
278.    CARDIAC ACTION OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS
Author(s): SETH SD; JAGADEESH G
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH  Volume: 64   Issue: 12   Pages: 1821-1825   Published: 1976
279.    THE USE OF BENTAZON FOR THE CONTROL OF CYPERUS-ROTUNDUS AND TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS IN PEANUTS AND OF AMMI-SP IN ONIONS
Author(s): LIFSHITZ N; GUR Y; SHLEVIN E; et al.
Source: Phytoparasitica  Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Pages: 150-151   Published: 1976
280.    Conditions for splitting protodioscine--the main glycoside from Tribulus terrestris L. by the enzymatic preparation from Aspergillus niger BKMt-33.
Author(s): Prepelitsa E D; Razumovsky P N; Kintya P K
Source: Prikladnaia biokhimiia i mikrobiologiia  Volume: 11   Issue: 6   Pages: 901-5   Published: 1975 Nov-Dec
281.    DRECHSLERA-MULTIFORMIS NEW-SPECIES ON TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): JOOSTE W J
Source: Bothalia  Volume: 11   Issue: 4   Pages: 511-513   Published: 1975
282.    CHEMICAL STUDY OF STEROIDAL GLYCOSIDES TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS .4. STEROIDAL SAPONINS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA ED; KINTYA PK
Source: KHIMIYA PRIRODNYKH SOEDINENII  Issue: 2   Pages: 260-261   Published: 1975
283.    STUDIES ON INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS USED IN AYURVEDIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE PART 5 TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): KARNICK C R
Source: Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings  Volume: 62   Pages: 98   Published: 1975
284.    CHEMICAL STUDY OF STEROID GLYCOSIDES OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS PART 4 STEROID SAPONINS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; KINTYA P K
Source: Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii  Volume: 2   Pages: 260-261   Published: 1975
285.    CONDITIONS FOR SPLITTING PROTO DIOSCIN THE MAIN GLYCOSIDE FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS BY THE ENZYMIC PREPARATION OF ASPERGILLUS-NIGER BKMT-33
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; RAZUMOVSKII P N; KINTYA P K
Source: Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya  Volume: 11   Issue: 6   Pages: 901-905   Published: 1975
286.    Preliminary pharmacological investigations of Tribulus terrestris, Linn. (Gokhru) part 1.
Author(s): Seth S D; Prabhakar M C
Source: Indian journal of medical sciences  Volume: 28   Issue: 9   Pages: 377-80   Published: 1974-Sep
287.    STEROID SAPONINES AND SAPOGENINS .4. SAPONINES FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): TOMOWA MP; PANOWA D; WULFSON NS
Source: PLANTA MEDICA  Volume: 25   Issue: 3   Pages: 231-237   Published: 1974
288.    MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL STUDIES IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS .1. PHYLLOTAXIS AND BRANCHING
Author(s): FUKUDA Y
Source: BOTANICAL MAGAZINE-TOKYO  Volume: 87   Issue: 1005   Pages: 51-60   DOI: 10.1007/BF02489554   Published: 1974
289.    CARDIO VASCULAR EFFECTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): IZQUIERDO T; VAZQUEZ H; VIDRIO H
Source: Boletin de Estudios Medicos y Biologicos Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico  Volume: 28   Issue: 6/7   Pages: 249   Published: 1974
290.    THE ANATOMY OF TUBERCLES ON ROOTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): SAHIBZADA M A; KHAN A G
Source: Proceedings of the Pakistan Science Conference  Volume: 25   Issue: 3   Pages: D-8   Published: 1974
291.    A NEW HOST TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS FOR COLLETOTRICHUM-DEMATIUM IN PAKISTAN
Author(s): RIAZ M
Source: Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research  Volume: 17   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 89-90   Published: 1974
292.    DIOSCIN A STEROID GLYCOSIDE FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; KINTYA P K
Source: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Moldavskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh i Khimicheskikh Nauk  Issue: 6   Pages: 76-80   Published: 1974
293.    DIOSCIN A STEROID GLYCOSIDE FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; KINTYA P K
Source: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Moldavskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh i Khimicheskikh Nauk  Issue: 6   Pages: 76-80   Published: 1974
294.    MICROBIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION OF STEROID SAPONINS FROM TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): PEREPELITSA E D; RAZUMOVSKII P N
Source: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Moldavskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh i Khimicheskikh Nauk  Issue: 5   Pages: 81-83   Published: 1974
295.    PHYTOSTEROLS FROM TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): TOMOVA MP; PANOVA DI; VULFSON NS
Source: DOKLADI NA BOLGARSKATA AKADEMIYA NA NAUKITE  Volume: 26   Issue: 3   Pages: 379-381   Published: 1973
296.    STEROID SAPOGENINS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ISKENDEROV G B
Source: Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii)  Volume: 6   Issue: 4   Pages: 509   Published: 1973
297.    STARCH FILLED NODULAR HYPERTROPHIES IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): SAHIBZADA M A; KHAN A G
Source: Pakistan Journal of Botany  Volume: 5   Issue: 1   Pages: 87-88   Published: 1973
298.    ON SEVERAL COMPONENTS OF THE STEROID FRACTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): TOMOVA M; PANOVA D; WULFSON N
Source: International Congress of Pharmaceutical Sciences Abstracts  Volume: 33   Pages: 223   Published: 1973
299.    Geeldikkop: experimental induction by feeding the plant Tribulus terrestris L. (Zygophyllaceae).
Author(s): van Tonder E M; Basson P A; van Rensburg I B
Source: Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association  Volume: 43   Issue: 4   Pages: 363-75   Published: 1972-Dec
300.    GIANT SEX-CHROMATIN IN ENDOPOLYPLOID TROPHOBLAST NUCLEI OF RAT
Author(s): NAGL W
Source: EXPERIENTIA  Volume: 28   Issue: 2   Pages: 217-&   DOI: 10.1007/BF01935770   Published: 1972
301.    TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES WITH INDIGENOUS DIURETIC PLANTS TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS FRUIT AND CUCUMIS-MELO SEED ON DOG
Author(s): SINGH R C P; SISODIA C S
Source: Journal of Research Punjab Agricultural University  Volume: 9   Issue: (1 SUPPL)   Pages: 144-147   Published: 1972
302.    SOME HISTOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LIVER IN EXPERIMENTAL HYPER CHOLESTEREMIA UNDER THE EFFECT OF SAPONINS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): UMIKASHVILI R S
Source: Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskoi SSR  Volume: 67   Issue: 3   Pages: 729-731   Published: 1972
303.    GEELDIKKOP EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION BY FEEDING THE PLANT TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS ZYGOPHYLLACEAE
Author(s): VAN TONDER E M; BASSON P A; VAN RENSBURG I B J
Source: Journal of the South African Veterinary Association  Volume: 43   Issue: 4   Pages: 363-375   Published: 1972
304.    GEELDIKKOP EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION BY FEEDING THE PLANT TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS ZYGOPHYLLACEAE
Author(s): VAN TONDER E M; BASSON P A; VAN RENSBURG I B J
Source: Journal of the South African Veterinary Association  Volume: 43   Issue: 4   Pages: 363-375   Published: 1972
305.    GENETIC BREAKDOWN OF CHROMOSOME BEHAVIOR OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): RAO GR; KHAN R
Source: EXPERIENTIA  Volume: 28   Issue: 2   Pages: 217-&   DOI: 10.1007/BF01935769   Published: 1972
306.    TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D EMBRYOLOGY
Author(s): BELYAEVA N S
Source: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk  Issue: 1   Pages: 3-8   Published: 1972
307.    STEROID SAPONINS .2. GLYCOSIDES OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS
Author(s): KUNTYA PK; KRETSU LG; CHIRVA VY; et al.
Source: KHIMIYA PRIRODNYKH SOEDINENII  Issue: 4   Pages: 475-&   Published: 1972
308.    EFFECT OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D FRUIT EXTRACTS ON CHLORIDE AND CREATININE RENAL CLEARANCES IN DOGS
Author(s): SINGH R C P; SISODIA C S
Source: Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology  Volume: 15   Issue: 3   Pages: 93-96   Published: 1971
309.    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D
Author(s): NATH K; MALIK N S
Source: Indian Journal of Animal Sciences  Volume: 40   Issue: 4   Pages: 434-437   Published: 1970
310.    PHARMACOGNOSTICAL STUDIES ON ROOTS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D GOKHRU-MOOL
Author(s): ANSARI M S; PRASAD S
Source: Journal of Research in Indian Medicine  Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Pages: 193-202   Published: 1970
311.    GROWTH AND DRY MATTER PRODUCTION OF TRIBULUS-TERRES TRIS LINN AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES
Author(s): PATHAK PS
Source: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES INDIA SECTION B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES  Volume: 40   Pages: 203-&   Published: 1970
312.    STEROIDAL SAPOGENINS OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ISKENDER.GB
Source: KHIMIYA PRIRODNYKH SOEDINENII  Issue: 4   Pages: 488-&   Published: 1970
313.    FLAVONOIDS OF FRUITS AND LEAVES OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS - CONSTITUTION OF TRIBULOSIDE
Author(s): BHUTANI SP; CHIBBER SS; SESHADRI TR
Source: PHYTOCHEMISTRY  Volume: 8   Issue: 1   Pages: 299-&   DOI: 10.1016/S0031-9422(00)85828-8   Published: 1969
314.    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF GOKHRU-D TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D
Author(s): SHUKLA K S; RANJHAN S K
Source: Indian Veterinary Journal  Volume: 46   Issue: 8   Pages: 715-718   Published: 1969
315.    DISTRIBUTION AND POLYMORPHISM OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D SENSU LATO IN AUSTRALIA
Author(s): SQUIRES V R
Source: Victorian Naturalist (Blackburn)  Volume: 86   Issue: 12   Pages: 328-334   Published: 1969
316.    GROWTH OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D UNDER REDUCED LIGHT INTENSITIES
Author(s): PATHAK P S
Source: Tropical Ecology  Volume: 10   Issue: 2   Pages: 240-255   Published: 1969
317.    BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON GEELDIKKOP AND ENZOOTIC ICTERUS SHEEP VIRUS BLUETONGUE TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D
Author(s): BROWN J M M
Source: Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research  Volume: 35   Issue: 2   Pages: 319-575   Published: 1968
318.    PRESENCE OF CHLOROGENIN NEXT TO DIOSGENIN AND GITOGENIN IN TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): GHEORGHI.A; IONESCUM.E
Source: ANNALES PHARMACEUTIQUES FRANCAISES  Volume: 26   Issue: 12   Pages: 745-&   Published: 1968
319.    BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D BY AN INSECT OF HEMIPTERA
Author(s): PATHAK P S
Source: MISRA, R. AND B. GOPAL (EDITED BY). PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON RECENT ADVANCES IN TROPICAL ECOLOGY. PART II. II + 377-773P. ILLUS. MAPS. THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR TROPICAL ECOLOGY: VARANASI-5, INDIA. 1968  Pages: 697-701   Published: 1968
320.    Biological control of Tribulus terrestris by an insect of Hemiptera.
Source: Proceedings of the Symposium on Recent Advances in Tropical Ecology. Part 2.  Pages: 697-701   Published: 1968
321.    PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON DIURETIC EFFECTS OF HYGROPHILA SPINOSA AND TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS
Author(s): KUMARI GS; IYER GYN
Source: INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH  Volume: 55   Issue: 7   Pages: 714-&   Published: 1967
322.    GEOCORIS PALLENS FOUND TO BE PREDACEOUS ON MICROLARINUS SPP . INTRODUCED TO CALIFORNIA FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PUNCTURE VINE TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS
Author(s): GOEDEN RD; RICKER DW
Source: JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY  Volume: 60   Issue: 3   Pages: 725-&   Published: 1967
323.    OCCURRENCE OF RATTUS-MELTADA AND GERBILLUS-DASYURUS IN THE RAJASTHAN DESERT INDIA CENCHRUS-BIFLORUS-M ARISTIDA-SP-M PULICARIA-WIGHTIANA-D TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D CYPERUS-ROTUNDUS-M ZIZYPHUS-HUMMULARIA-D
Author(s): PRAKASH I; JAIN A P
Source: Annals of Arid Zone  Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Pages: 235   Published: 1967
324.    Ecologieal-floristic analysis of the alkaloid-bearing plants found in Talysh Datura stramonium, Tribulus terrestris, Centaurea alexandri, Pulicaria uliginosa, Pimpinella affinis, Verbena officinalis
Author(s): ISMAILOV N. M.
Source: RAST RESUR  Volume: 3   Issue: (1)   Pages: 53-57   Published: 1967
325.    SIMPLE CARBOLINE ALKALOIDS I INST THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY OF HARMAN ALKALOIDS OCCURRING IN PLANT MATERIAL AND IN PREPARATIONS PASSIFLORA-INCARNATA-D ZYGOPHYLLUM-FABAGO-D TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D
Author(s): LUTOMSKI J; KOWALWSKI Z; DROST K; et al.
Source: Herba Polonica  Volume: 13   Issue: 1/2   Pages: 44-52   Published: 1967
326.    CORRECTED BASIC CHROMOSOME NUMBER AND INTRASPECIFIC POLY PLOIDY IN TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS-D
Author(s): MALIK C P
Source: CIS (Chromosome Information Service)  Issue: 7   Pages: 7-8   Published: 1966
327.    DIOSGENIN FROM TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L. GROWING IN GEORGIA.
Author(s): KACHUKHASHVILI T N
Source: Meditsinskaia promyshlennost' SSSR  Volume: 102   Pages: 46-8   Published: 1965-Mar
328.    PARASITES OF 2 WEEVILS MICROLARINUS LAREYNII AND M LYPRIFORMIS THAT FEED ON PUNCTURE VINE TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): ANGALET GW; ANDRES LA
Source: JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY  Volume: 58   Issue: 6   Pages: 1167-&   Published: 1965
329.    Some aspects of chemical and pharmacological studies of Tribulus terrestris. Linn.
Author(s): BOSE B C; SAIFI A Q; VIJAYVARGIYA R; et al.
Source: Indian journal of medical sciences  Volume: 17   Pages: 291-3   Published: 1963-Apr
330.    NOTES ON ECOLOGY AND HOST SPECIFICITY OF MICROLARINUS LAREYNII AND M. LYPRIFORMIS (COLEOPTERA - CURCULIONIDAE) AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PUNCTURE VINE, TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS
Author(s): ANDRES LA; ANGALET GW
Source: JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY  Volume: 56   Issue: 3   Pages: 333-&   Published: 1963
331.    A study of the botanical origin of the Chinese drug chili Tribulus terrestris L. zygophyllaceae
Author(s): HSU PING-SHENG
Source: ENGLISH ABSTS SOVIET BLOC AND MAINLAND CHINA TECH JOUR SER VI BIO SCI  Volume: 61-11, 145   Issue: (28)   Pages: 18   Published: 1963
332.    Further nutrition studies on Tribulus terrestris
Author(s): HENRICI M.
Source: UNION S AFRICA SCI BULL  Volume: 348   Pages: 1-78   Published: 1953
333.    Comparative study of the content of starch and sugars of Tribulus terrestris, Lucerne, some Graminae and Pentzia incana under different meteorological, edaphic and physiological conditions. Paper No. 2-Carbohydrate nutrition
Author(s): HENRICI M.
Source: ONDERSTEPOORT JOUR VET RES  Volume: 25   Issue: (3)   Pages: 45-92   Published: 1952
334.    EMBRYOGENIE DES ZYGOPHYLLACEES - DEVELOPPEMENT DE LEMBRYON CHEZ LE TRIBULUS-TERRESTRIS L
Author(s): SOUEGES R
Source: COMPTES RENDUS HEBDOMADAIRES DES SEANCES DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES  Volume: 234   Issue: 19   Pages: 1817-1820   Published: 1952
335.    Beans contaminated by the fruit of Tribulus terrestris L.
Author(s): GRIEBEL C
Source: Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung  Volume: 92   Issue: 1   Pages: 24-7   DOI: 10.1007/BF01136523   Published: 1951-Jan

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