Volume 19, Issue 73 (Sep 2009)                   J Mazandaran Univ Med Sci 2009, 19(73): 51-58 | Back to browse issues page

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Ziaei Hezarjaribi H, Azadbakhat M, Yousefi Z, Jeivad F. Effect of aqueous extract albizia on removal ova of parasites from parsley vegetable. J Mazandaran Univ Med Sci. 2009; 19 (73) :51-58
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Background and purpose:Parasitical diseases are a common problem in developing countries. Different shapes of parasite such as cyst, larva and egg are carried from vegetables. Leaves of Allbezia contain saponin constituents, which is effective on surface tension reduction, and is preferred to chemical washer.This research was designed to study the extracted effect of removal from vegetable and its comparison with disinfectant commercial detergent in Sari city.
Materials and methods: Leaves aqueous extract (5, 10, 15, and 20) was prepared from the Allbezia julibrissin by maceration method, then 100 gram of parsley vegetable sample was taken randomly from shopping center. The sample was placed in contact with aqueous extract for 0 and 15 minutes according to the WHO guidelines. Then, the effluent was centrifuged and evaluated qualitatively and quantitavely for parasite decontamination by Mac- Master counting slid, (0/3mm). In addition to parasite, the contamination by commercial detergent (10%) was performed with contact times 0 and 15 minutes and also pure water as blank.
Results:Maximum parasite decontamination by aqueous extract and commercial detergent 10 % at 0 minute contact time was obtained 2306 and 97 parasites eggs, respectively. Also, maximum parasite decontamination by watery extract and commercial detergent 10 % and blank water at 15 minute contact time was obtained 3022,11,64 parasite ova, respectively. In this research, the best parasites decontamination range by aqueous extract was obtained at all concentration with contact time of 15 minutes.
Conclusion:Quantitatively, rate of parasite ova decontamination from vegetables sample by aqueous extract of Allbezia in all concentration and 15 contact times was more than the commercial washer.
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