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1 September 15, 2021


1. Huda Dhaher Al-Marsomy, Qudus Wamidh Jamal, Zainab Abed Muhsin AL-Haboobi
Effect of Black Seeds (Nigella Sativa) on Some Parasitic Diseases: A Review

Central European Journal of Botany. 2021. 7(1): 3-8.
DOI: 10.13187/cejb.2021.1.3CrossRef

Parasitology is a branch of biology that studies the interaction of two microorganisms, one of whom benefits and the other threatens. Previously include Bacteria, Fungi and viruses, now are limited to parasitic protozoa, helminthis, arthropods and species of arthropods serve as a vector for parasite. Six important human tropical illnesses are known and five are parasitic diseases. Parasitic diseases are high prevalence in developing countries where poverty and poor hygiene are predominant. As a result, using chemical drugs is costlier. For thousands of years humans used herbal plants for treatment as a science named herbal medicine (botanical medicines or phytomedicine). Because of their efficacy, safety, low cost, and lesser side effects, traditional herbal medicine is often used as the first line of protection in disease treatment by 80 percent of the world's population. Nigella sativa has been used for medicinal purposes and food from ancients , both as a herb and oil. N. sativa belong to the genus Nigella. This review aims to investigate the possibility of using black seeds as a therapeutic agent in protozoal and helminthic disease based on published data.

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2. Tatia Khositashvili, Tea Khositashvili
Study of Tomato Leaf Miner (Tuta absoluta M.) in Georgia at Different Temperatures

Central European Journal of Botany. 2021. 7(1): 9-12.
DOI: 10.13187/cejb.2021.1.9CrossRef

South American tomato leaf miner Tuta absoluta is a micro lepidoptera insect, which mainly damages tomatoes. Nowadays, it is spread almost worldwide.In Georgia it was discovered in March 2011 and now it is met in all greenhouse farms. In the article are considered the previously unknown details about the South American tomato leaf miner in the conditions of Georgia, as this pest has not been studied for years. The level of pest spread was determined – intense, medium and weak location. In Georgia, for the first time, was studied the duration of phases of the development of the South American tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta) under different temperature conditions and the number of females and males at different temperatures was established. In the conditions of Georgia, for the first time, studies were carried out on the peculiarities of ontogenesis, the spread of female pests on plant organs in percent. The experiments were carried out at constant temperatures of 10°C, 15°C, 20°C, 25°C and 300C Tutaabsoluta completed its development at all these temperatures, humidity 70 ± 10%. Tuta absoluta completed its development at all these temperatures. According to the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) and the North American Plant Protection Organization (NAPPO), Tuta absoluta is spread with the seeds, tomato fruits and plastic containers used during harvesting. In the imago and worm phase, it is characterized by the very fast migration ability.

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3. Ömer Kiliç, Meryem Kök, Şinasi Yildirimli
Some Plants used as Diabetic in Turkey Traditional Medicine

Central European Journal of Botany. 2021. 7(1): 13-25.
DOI: 10.13187/cejb.2021.1.13CrossRef

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases globally, it leads to hyperglycemia and prolonged hyperglycemia can cause severe immortalities every system of the human body; change in the metabolism of lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and in the long term, with eye, kidney, cardiovascular, and neurological complications. In spite of the developments in medicinal chemistry, traditional medicine is still a common practice for the treatment of diabetes. The number of studies on plants used by the public in diabetes is few. Conventionally there are some medicines to treat diabetes mellitus but desired effective treatment is still not to be achieved. Thus, it is essential to look for more effective antidiabetic agents with fewer side effects like natural medicinal and aromatic plants. However some medicinal and aromatic plant derived products have proven to be effective and safe in the treatment of various types of diabetes mellitus. So researches are going on for the development of alternative effective therapy against this common disease. In Turkey ethnobotany, some medicinal and aromatic plants have been used as blood sugar lowering agents. Turkish flora with more than 13.000 plant taxa and medicinal plants are widely used traditionally for the prevention and cure of diabetes and many of them are used for different purposes. This article consists of 147 plant taxa which are reported to have good antidiabetic property and 39 plant taxa from Çelikhan (Adıyaman-Turkey) provinces which have potential antidiabetic property. In addition this study focuses on diabetes mellitus and the role of plants in the treatment of diabetes mellitus in Turkey, in order to provide additional information for healthcare professionals.

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4. Ömer Kiliç, Şinasi Yildirimli, Zeynep Şahan
Some Plants Which Most Visited by Honey Bees from Çelikhan (Adıyaman) and Surroundings

Central European Journal of Botany. 2021. 7(1): 26-31.
DOI: 10.13187/cejb.2021.1.26CrossRef

Knowing the characteristics of the beekeeping flora is very important for the productivity of beekeeping activities. Especially it is important that which plants are prefered by honey bees. In this study; important plants for beekeeping activities have been identified in Çelikhan (Adıyaman) and its surroundings. For this purpose, periodic field studies and observations were carried out. In addition, meetings were conducted with beekeepers in Çelikhan (Adıyaman) and its surroundings. As a result of this study, 112 plant taxa which were most visited by honey bees have been determined. The major families include these plant taxa: Lamiaceae (29), Fabaceae (21), Asteraceae (16), Rosaceae (11), Apiaceae (9), and other families (26). The most visited plants of bees may vary according to ecological conditions, vegetation of the area and many factors like the appearance of flower including colour, shape, morphology, display area and odour In the research area, the most visited plants by bees are more frequent, were detected populated in the field, pollen and nectar sources are more and the flowering period is long and more spreading ones.

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