1. Aim and purpose: The present study was carried out to investigate the hypoglycemic effect of A. sativum bulbs growing in Sudan. 2. Material and methods: Allium sativum bulbs collected from Omdurman local market, Sudan in a fresh form, identified and authenticated by taxonomist, then dried, grinded and extracted by soxhlet extractor using solvents of
Rock poppy or greater celandine (Chelidonium majus L.) is one of the most significant medicinal plant due to valuable source of the pharmacological unit such as sanguinarine, chelidonine and berberine. Forthermore, the expression level of various genes (CFS, SPS and TNMT) in the benzophenanthridine alkaloids pathway for response to methyl jasmonate and salicylic acid elicitation