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The susceptibility of young chickens, ducks and turkeys to the photosensitizing effect of Ammi visnaga seeds. Avian Diseases, 1975, 19:830–833. 32. Shlosberg A, Egyed MN, Eilat A. Comparative photosensitizing properties of Ammi majus and Ammi visnaga in goslings. Avian Diseases, 1974, 18:544– 550. 33. Saeed MA, Khan FZ, Sattar A. Studies on the contact dermatitic properties of indigenous Pakistani medicinal plants. Part III. Irritant principles of Ammi visnaga L. seeds. Journal of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Gazi University, 1993, 10:15–23.

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Screening for antimicrobial activity of some essential oils by the agar overlay technique. Pharmazeutisch Weekblad (Scientific Edition), 1986, 8:289–292. 21. Pepeljnjak S et al. Antimycotic activities of Pimpinella anisum L. fruit and essential oil. In: Ethnopharmacology 2000: challenges for the new millennium, Zurich, Switzerland, 4–7 September, 2000. Zurich, 2000:75 (P2A). 22. Pourgholami MH et al. The fruit essential oil of Pimpinella anisum exerts anticonvulsant effects in mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1999, 66:211– 215.

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