Tridax procumbens (Linn.) is a plant that is widely used as a herbal remedy to stop bleeding and mend wounds. During embryogenesis, angiogenesis plays a crucial function in the development of the embryo. The chick chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) experiment is used to investigate the effect of Tridax procumbens leaf extract in vivo. Angiogenesis, anti-angiogenesis, and histological studies of freshly formed vitelline blood vessels are the subjects of this study. The leaf extract of Tridax procumbens was found to have a thickening impact on endothelium and the tunica media of vitelline veins in a histological examination.
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