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Table 1 Plants (family and specimen), popular name, tested part (solvent), popular indication, and MICs of the extracts tested in this study

From: Evaluation of the anti-mycobacterium tuberculosis activity and in vivo acute toxicity of Annona sylvatic

Family Specimen Popular name Tested part (solvent) Popular indication MIC (μg/mL)
Asteraceae Gochnatia polymorpha Less. UPCB 30100ª Cambará Bark (e) Antitussive[28] >500
Anacardiaceae Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi. DDMS 4602b Pimenta rosa, aroeirinha, Aroeira vermelha L (m); F (hm), OE Uterine inflammation[29] >250
Annonaceae Annona crassiflora Mart. DDMS4599b Araticum do cerrado L (m) Antidiarrheal[30] >250
  Annona coriacea Mart. DDMS186b   L (m) Antidiarrheal[31] >250
  Annona sylvatica St.Hill DDMS4600b Araticum L (m) Antitussive, antipyretic, antispasmodic[32] 184.33
  Annona cacans Warm. DDMS Araticum-cagão, Araticum-de-paca L (m)   >250
  Annona dioica A.St.-Hill DDMS 4598b Ata-rasteira, Marolo L (m) Antirheumatic, antidiarrheal, expectorant[33] >250
  Duguetia furfuracea A.St.-Hill DDMS 166b Araticum seco, Araticum-miúdo, Ata-do-mato L (m) Antidiarrheal, antispasmodic[34] >250
Bignoniaceae Jacaranda decurrens Cham. Carobinha L (m) Astringent[35] >250
Euphorbiaceae Alchornea glandulosa Poepp. & Endl. HU7569c Tamanqueiro, Tapiá, Tanheiro L (m) Antidiarrheal, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic >250
Fabaceae Stryphnodendron adstringens (Mart.) Coville DDMS152b Barbatimão L (m), S (hs) Leucorrhoea, bleeding, wound cleaning[36] >250
Gesneriaceae Sinningia aggregata (Ker. Gawl.) Wiehler   Tuber (e)   >250
  Sinningia allagophylla (Mart.) Wiehler MBM313530d Batata-do-campo ou Batata-de-perdiz Tuber (e) Antipyretic, diuretic, depurative[37] >250
  Sinningia canescens (Mart.) Wiehler MBM363740d Rainha do abismo Tuber (e)   >250
Malvaceae Hibiscus sabdariffa L. DDMS4593b Vinagreira, Azedinha L(e), C(e) Antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, diuretic, mild laxative[38] >250
Meliaceae Trichilia silvatica DC. DDMS4662b Catiguá-branco, Catiguá, Rosa-branca L(m), S(hs), C(m), OE Anti-inflammatory[39] >250
Myrtaceae Eugenia pyriformis Cambess. UPCB 16741ª Uvaia L (e) Astringent, digestive, antitumoral, antimalarial, anti-inflammatory[40] >250
  Myrcia obtecta (O. Berg) Kiaersk. var. obtecta UPCB50504a Guamirim branco, Cambuí L (e)   >250
  Myrcia laruotteana Camb. UPCB53303a Cambuí L (e) Antidiarrheal[41] >250
  Campomanesia adamantium (Cambess.) O.Berg DDMSb Guabiroba-do-campo, Guabiroba-do-cerrado L(m) Antidiarrheal and anti-inflammatory[42] >250
Rubiaceae Randia hebecarpa Benth. Limãozinho L(m)   >250
  Geophila repens (L.) I.M. Johnst. Cauá-pirí, Cauá-Pixi L(m)   >250
  Psychotria brachybotrya DC.   L(e)   >250
  Palicourea crocea (Sw.) Roem. & Schult.   L(m)   >250
Sapindaceae Serjania hebecarpa Benth.   L(m)   >250
  Urvillea ulmaceae Kunth.   L(m)   >250
Tropaeolaceae Tropaeolum majus L. Capuchinha L(e), C(e), R(hs)   >250
  1. a.Herbarium of the Universidade Federal do Paraná – UFPR.
  2. b.Herbarium of the Faculdade de Ciências Biológicas e Ambientais – UFGD/MS.
  3. c.Herbarium of the Departamento de Biologia – UEM/PR.
  4. d.Herbarium of the Museu Botânico Municipal de Curitiba - PR.
  5. L = leaves; R = root (wood + bark); S = stem (wood + bark); C = capitulum; F = fruit.
  6. Solvents: h, hexane; hs, 90% hydroethanolic solution; m, methanol; e, ethanol.