The Antibiotic Properties of the Oleoresins of Twenty-Five Common Garden Vegetables

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The purpose of this problem is to determine the presence and extent of antibiotic materials as found in the oleoresins of a selected group of garden vegetables. The problem has consisted of, first, the collection and preparation of specimens of twenty-five commonly used garden vegetables; second, the extraction of the oleoresins from these; third, the determination of the inhibitory and other effects of these oleoresins against several strains of selected gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria; and fourth, the evaluation of the potentialities of these oleoresins with regard to their future use as medicinal prophylactics and therapeutics.

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Ennis, Arthur F. 1951.

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The purpose of this problem is to determine the presence and extent of antibiotic materials as found in the oleoresins of a selected group of garden vegetables. The problem has consisted of, first, the collection and preparation of specimens of twenty-five commonly used garden vegetables; second, the extraction of the oleoresins from these; third, the determination of the inhibitory and other effects of these oleoresins against several strains of selected gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria; and fourth, the evaluation of the potentialities of these oleoresins with regard to their future use as medicinal prophylactics and therapeutics.

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Ennis, Arthur F. The Antibiotic Properties of the Oleoresins of Twenty-Five Common Garden Vegetables, thesis, 1951; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc96958/: accessed June 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .