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Figure 5: Effects of Hibiscus syriacus L. flower (HSF) absolute on wound in vivo. (a) The photographs show that HSF (0.05 and 0.1 mg/mL) was treated for the indicated number of days (7, 14, and 21) on the wound in the tail-skin of rat. (b) The statistical results were obtained from panel A. The level in the quiescent state as well as untreated group at 0 day is expressed as 100% (n = 4). Data are expressed as the mean ± SE. *P value less than 0.05.

Figure 5: Effects of <i>Hibiscus syriacus</i> L. flower (HSF) absolute on wound <i>in vivo.</i> (a) The photographs show that HSF (0.05 and 0.1 mg/mL) was treated for the indicated number of days (7, 14, and 21) on the wound in the tail-skin of rat. (b) The statistical results were obtained from panel A. The level in the quiescent state as well as untreated group at 0 day is expressed as 100% (<i>n</i> = 4). Data are expressed as the mean ± SE. *<i>P</i> value less than 0.05.