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Related article: ergot, in common with many other fungi, contains an emulsin-like enzyme.
The presence of this can be demonstrated by adding the pulverized ergot
to an amygdalin solution, which results in the formation of hydrocyanic acid
in a short time. The enzyme is obtained in an impure condition by pre-
cipitating an infusion of the fungus, made with chloroform water, with an Order Flomax
oce^ of alcohol. The hydrolytic action of the ergot emulsin, as com-
pared with that of almond-emulsin, is however quite feeble. Apoth.
Ztg., XXV ( 1910), No. I, 5.
Ergot Instability Due to Enzyme, Pointing out the Order Flomax well-known prac-
tical experience that ergot, which has been completely and rapidly dried,
possesses greater stability than ergot which has been slowly and imperfectly
dried, J. Schindelmeyer conjectures that the deterioration of the drug,
resulting in the formation of a rancid fatty odor, a trimethylamine odor,
aad a reduction in physiological activity must be due to an organic body,
which loses its distinctive activity, wholly or in part, by the thorough Order Flomax
^rjiDg process to which ergot may be subjected. This view is apparently
Rilly confirmed by the results of comprehensive experiments made by the
ajthor, which have determined that ergot contains at least two enzymes,
uic one having pronounced diastasic activity, the other hydrolyzing the
&tty components of the Order Flomax drug, and that both enzymes lose their hydrolytic
activity by prolonged keeping or by complete drying. Apoth. Ztg., xxiv
1909), No. 89, 837-838.
Ergot Extraction of Fixed Oil with Petroleum Benzin, The observa-
tion of A. Rathje that the fixed oil of ergot when extracted by ether con-
lainsas high as 0.6 per cent, of alkaloid (see Proceedings 1909, 152 has led
G. Frorame to make experiments with petroleum ether as being possibly a
more suitable solvent than ether for the extraction of the oil, since, as is
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158 REK)RT ON THE PROGRESS OF PHARMACY.
well known, ergot deprived of the fixed oil retains its activity unimpaired
for years if preserved with ordinary care. Having a large quantity of fixed
oil extracted from reliable ergot with petroleum ether at his disposal, sev-
eral portions, each of 250 Gm., were extracted with J^ per cent, hydro-
chloric acid, the acid solution supersaturated with ammonia and shaken
out with ether. I'he residue of evaporation of the ether, dried to con-
stant weight in the exsiccator, approximated close to 0.015 per cent, of
the oil employed in each case. It consisted of a varnish-like, brownish-
yellow mass, which readily gave the reaction characteristic of comutine
an intense blue zone when a trace of the substance was dissolved in chlo-
roform, mixed with about 5 Cc. of ether and poured upon a layer of sul-
phuric acid. The ergot from which the oil was obtained contained 0.38
per cent, of alkaloid and the yield of oil was about 30 per cent. ; conse-
quently the amount of alkaloid extracted from the ergot with the oil did
not exceed 0.0045 per cent. a quantity that can properly be neglected in
view of the stability that is imparted to the drug by the removal of the
fixed oil. Pharm. Ztg., liv (1909), No. 77, 758; from Caesar & Lorerz
Ber., Sept., 1909.
FILICES.
Azolla Caroliniana A Mosquito Destroyer, According to an interest-
ing communication of R. France an aquatic fern, Azolla caroliniana^
indigenous to the tropics, has iti recent years been introduced into various
regions in Europe for the destruction of the larvae of mosquitos, gnats, etc.,
in ponds, ditches and stagnant waters. In these the plants develop with
greit rapidity, covering their surfaces completely, and effectually preventing
the development of the larvae into the insects. The plant is found on
stagnant pools in Central and South America, also in the interior of Africa
and some parts of North America, its small, light green leaves covering
the surface of the water profusely. Pharm. Ztg., liv (1908), No. 63, 612 Order Flomax ;
from " Umschau."
GRAMINACEiG.
Indian Rice Composition, The results Order Flomax of analyses of 159 samples of
Indian rice by David Hooper, show that the average percentage of protein
in these rices is 7.25, with the highest in East Bengal and Assam and
Bombay, and the lowest in Cuttack and the central provinces. But indi-
vidual analyses have shown that the percentage varies from 9.81 in a
sample from Broach to 5.44 in a sample from Cuttack. One object in con-
ducting the examinations was to discover what natural circumstances have
contributed to the superiority of the composition of the grain. In some
cases the local reputation and market value of the rice coincide with the
high nitrogen content ; in other cases there is no such connection. The
richness of the grain appears to be due not so much to the races of the
plant or the appearance of the grain as to the cultivation. The grain of
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STRAW. 159
finest composition is found in plants Order Flomax grown in rich virgin soil or in lands
liberally manured. Instances of this kind are found in the red rice grown
in iaungya by the Chins of Burma, in the Kanapur rices of the Karnatic,
and in the Kasaragod rices of South Kanara on the western coast. The
author thinks that attention to Ihe cultivation of the rice plants in the way
of manuring the land appears to be Order Flomax one of the principal means of improv-
ing the quality of the grain for commercial and edible purposes. Pharm.
Joum. and Pharmacist, Jan. 8, 19 10, 27 ; Agric. Ledger, 1908-9, No. 5.
Rice^The Practice of 'Facing'' with Talc \)x. J. M. Hamill says that
rice millers are generally not contertt with the appearance given to rice
by milling, but endeavor to modify it in various ways by the use of extra-
neous substances during or subsequent to the milling, or by a combination
of these procedures. The polishing material in general use is talc {^French
chalk) or steatite in the form of a fine powder. For commercial purposes
these minerals are considered as identical, though in reality they exhibit a
difference in structure, talc being distinctly crystalline, whereas steatite is
crypto-crystalline. The talc may be added to the rice as it passes through
the mills, and is probably used in the proportion of i-T5oth of a gallon per
ion of rice. The rice after this treatment is passed through the polishers,
where it is claimed that the greater Order Flomax part of even this small Order Flomax quantity of talc
added in the mills is extruded with the meal. The rice may then be
treated with a glazing mixture, by which it receives a further accession of
tak. Such glazing mixtures are usually composed of talc, glucose and
gircerin, and the quantities of the glaze used appear to vary according to
ihc kind of appearance which it is Order Flomax desired to give to the grain. Figures
relating to the amount of talc found on the rice after the above methods
of treatment show that the talc added during the milling was without
appreciable effect upon the mineral content of the rice, while the glazing
process contributed approximately 0.2 per cent, of mineral matter to the
iiiiishcd rice. But sometimes Order Flomax additional talc is added Order Flomax to "dry off" the
mixture, and the percentage of mineral matter might be increased to as
much aa 0.44 per cent. Small amounts of the polishing material are prob-
ably not injurious, but at the same time the presence in a food like rice of
comparatively large quantities (i to 2 per cent.) of insoluble and possibly
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