The undergraduate students, Haya al-Thani and Hend Ali, presented their research posters in the Analytical Chemistry division titled 'Assessment of ionic content and nutrients in the plant extraction of Tetraena Qatarense (Zygophyllum
Qatarense) by ICP-OES and IC & Spectrophotometric and Spectrofluorometric determination of L-Ornithine as pure form and dietary supplements: A Chemometric approach'.
At the SG site, a patchy seasonal cover of Zygophyllum
Most of the area has been covered with communities of wormwood (Artemisia steberi) and bean caper (Zygophyllum
Vegetation low riverine forest is usually trained pre-forestieres species on siliceous substrate and are: Crateagus monogyna; Halimium halimifolium; Withania frutescens; Atriplex halimus; Acacia sp; Zygophyllum
sp; Bryonia dioica; Calycotome intermedia; Suaeda sp.
There it made its sheet webs close to the ground, under the cover of spreading Zygophyllum
Berger and Zygophyllum
depauperatum Drake (Moat and Smith 2007).
LC-ESI-TOF-MS identification of bioactive secondary metabolites involvedin the antioxidant, antiinflammatory and anticancer activities of the edible halophyte Zygophyllum
The most widely desert plant type is Artemisia Zygophyllum
with 1571050 hectares (16%).
Five ursane type sulfated saponins have been isolated from the aerial parts of Zygophyllum
fabago Linn, (locally called Chashum).
These tests showed that all aqueous extracts have a significant inhibition of [alpha]-amylase enzyme with the exception of two plants "Zygophyllum
album" and "Trigonella foenum" (Table 4).
The dune vegetation at Sandspit is dominated by Suaeda fruticosa Forssk, Salsola imbricata Forssk., Salvadorapersica Linn., Atriplex griffithii, Cressa cretica, Zygophyllum
simplex Linn., and Ipomoea pescaprae as well as grasses such as Halopyrum mucronatum (Linn.) Stapf, Aeluropus lagopoides (Linn.) Trin., Urochondra setulosa (Trin) C.E.
Four dominant plant species naturally growing around the lake are: tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana), common reed (Phragmites australis), athel pine (Tamarix aphylla) and the desert forb (Zygophyllum
simplex) (Bazzaz and Al-Manea, 2010).