A plant genus of the family ACORACEAE, order Arales, subclass Arecidae most notable for Acorus calamus L. root which contains asarone and has been used in TRADITIONAL MEDICINE.
Root-like underground horizontal stem of plants that produces shoots above and roots below. Distinguished from true roots which don't have buds and nodes. Similar to true roots in being underground and thickened by storage deposits.
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A plant genus of the family ARECACEAE that should not be confused with ACORUS CALAMUS.
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A plant family of the order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta (conifers). They are mainly resinous, aromatic evergreen trees.
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A plant genus in the LAURACEAE family. Lindera benzoin is a source of a balsamic resin called benzoin which is up to 1/3 BENZOIC ACID. This should not be confused with the chemical BENZOIN or the plant STYRAX BENZOIDES.
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Long-term anoxia tolerance in leaves of Acorus calamus L. and Iris pseudacorus L. (1/18)

Mature green leaves of Acorus calamus and Iris pseudacorus have been shown to survive at least 28 d of total anoxia in the dark during the growing season, increasing up to 75 d and 60 d in overwintering leaves in A. calamus and I. pseudacorus, respectively. During the period of anaerobic incubation the glycolytic rate is reduced, carbohydrate reserves are conserved and ethanol levels in the tissues reached an equilibrium. Prolonged anoxia significantly suppressed leaf capacity for respiration and photosynthesis. After 28 d of anoxia, respiratory capacity was reduced in A. calamus and I. pseudacorus by 80% and 90%, respectively. The photosynthetic capacity of leaves decreased by 83% in A. calamus and by 97% in I. pseudacorus after 28 d of anoxia. This reduction in photosynthetic capacity was accompanied by a modification of the chlorophyll fluorescence pattern indicating damage to the PSII reaction centre and subsequent electron transport. Chlorophyll content was only slightly reduced after 28 d under anoxia and darkness in A. calamus, whereas there was a 50% reduction in I. pseudacorus. On return to air A. calamus leaves that endured 28 d of anoxia recovered full photosynthetic activity within 7 d while those of I. pseudacorus had a lag phase of 3-10 d. This well-developed ability to endure prolonged periods of oxygen deprivation in both these species is associated with a down-regulation in metabolic activity in response to the imposition of anaerobiosis. It is suggested that when leaf damage eventually does take place in these species after protracted oxygen deprivation, it is anoxic rather than post-anoxic stress that is responsible.  (+info)

Inhibitory effects of the fragrance inhalation of essential oil from Acorus gramineus on central nervous system. (2/18)

The present study was designed to evaluate central inhibitory effects of the essential oil from Acori graminei Rhizoma (AGR), the dry rhizomes of Acorus gramineus SOLANDER (Araceae) upon fragrance inhalation (aroma therapy). Preinhalation of the oil markedly delayed the appearance of pentylenetetrazole-induced convulsion. Furthermore, inhalation impressively inhibited the activity of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) transaminase, a degrading enzyme for GABA as the inhalation period was lengthened. The GABA level was significantly increased and glutamate content was significantly decreased in mouse brain by preinhalation of the essential oil. The above results suggest that the anticonvulsive effect of this AGR oil is originated by the enhancement of GABA level in the mouse brain, because convulsion depends partially on GABA concentration which can be properly preserved by inhibiting GABA transaminase. Moreover, fragrance inhalation progressively prolonged the pentobarbital-induced sleeping time as inhalation time was lengthened. Ten hour inhalation corresponded almost to the effect (145% increase) of oral administration (60 mg/kg). This sedative effect after inhalation or oral administration of AGR essential oil suggests that this oil may act on the CNS via the GABAergic system. The inhibitory activity of preinhalation of the essential oil on lipid peroxidation, to which the anticonvulsive action is attributed, also supported the above results, confirming and amplifying our previous reports on the CNS inhibitory effects of AGR.  (+info)

Analysis of Acorus calamus chloroplast genome and its phylogenetic implications. (3/18)

Determining the phylogenetic relationships among the major lines of angiosperms is a long-standing problem, yet the uncertainty as to the phylogenetic affinity of these lines persists. While a number of studies have suggested that the ANITA (Amborella-Nymphaeales-Illiciales-Trimeniales-Aristolochiales) grade is basal within angiosperms, studies of complete chloroplast genome sequences also suggested an alternative tree, wherein the line leading to the grasses branches first among the angiosperms. To improve taxon sampling in the existing chloroplast genome data, we sequenced the chloroplast genome of the monocot Acorus calamus. We generated a concatenated alignment (89,436 positions for 15 taxa), encompassing almost all sequences usable for phylogeny reconstruction within spermatophytes. The data still contain support for both the ANITA-basal and grasses-basal hypotheses. Using simulations we can show that were the ANITA-basal hypothesis true, parsimony (and distance-based methods with many models) would be expected to fail to recover it. The self-evident explanation for this failure appears to be a long-branch attraction (LBA) between the clade of grasses and the out-group. However, this LBA cannot explain the discrepancies observed between tree topology recovered using the maximum likelihood (ML) method and the topologies recovered using the parsimony and distance-based methods when grasses are deleted. Furthermore, the fact that neither maximum parsimony nor distance methods consistently recover the ML tree, when according to the simulations they would be expected to, when the out-group (Pinus) is deleted, suggests that either the generating tree is not correct or the best symmetric model is misspecified (or both). We demonstrate that the tree recovered under ML is extremely sensitive to model specification and that the best symmetric model is misspecified. Hence, we remain agnostic regarding phylogenetic relationships among basal angiosperm lineages.  (+info)

Developmental anatomy of the root cortex of the basal monocotyledon, Acorus calamus (Acorales, Acoraceae). (4/18)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The anatomical structure and development of adventitious roots were analysed in the basal monocotyledon, Acorus calamus, to determine to what extent those features are related to phylogenetic position. METHODS: Root specimens were harvested and sectioned, either with a hand microtome or freehand, at varying distances from the root tip and examined under the microscope using a variety of staining techniques. KEY RESULTS: Roots of Acorus calamus possess a unique set of developmental characteristics that produce some traits similar to those of another basal angiosperm group, Nymphaeales. The root apical meristem organization seems to be intermediate between that of a closed and an open monocotyledonous root apical meristem organization. The open-type root apical meristem consists of a curved zone of cortical initials and epidermal initials overlying the vascular cylinder initials; the epidermal part of the meristem varies in its association with the cortical initials and columellar initials of the promeristem. The cortex develops an endodermis with only Casparian bands, a dimorphic exodermis with Casparian bands and suberin lamellae, and a polygonal aerenchyma by differential expansion, as also observed in the Nymphaeales and some dicotyledonous species. The stele has characteristics like those of members of the Nymphaeaceae. CONCLUSIONS: Specific anatomical and developmental attributes of Acorus roots seem to be related to the phylogenetic position of this genus.  (+info)

Protective effect of Acorus calamus LINN on free radical scavengers and lipid peroxidation in discrete regions of brain against noise stress exposed rat. (5/18)

Exposure to continuous loud noise is a serious health problem due to excess production of oxygen free radicals. In medical research, more attention is paid to the antioxidant properties of medicinal plants to minimize the harmful effects of radicals. The aim of this study was to evaluate the protective effect of both ethyl acetate and methanolic extract of Acorus calamus LINN against noise stress (30 d, 100 dBA/4h/d) induced changes in the rat brain. We measured the activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT), glutathione peroxidase (GPx) and the levels of reduced glutathione (GSH), vitamin C, vitamin E, protein thiols and lipid peroxidation (LPO) for the evaluation of oxidative stress status in discrete regions of the rat brain like cerebral cortex, cerebellum, pons-medulla, midbrain, hippocampus and hypothalamus. The results indicated that during exposure of noisy environment ROS generation led to increase in corticosterone, LPO and SOD, but decrease in CAT, GPx, GSH, protein thiols, vitamins C and E levels. Both the ethyl acetate and methanolic extract of Acorus calamus protected most of the changes in the rat brain induced by noise-stress.  (+info)

Antifungal properties of haem peroxidase from Acorus calamus. (6/18)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Plants have evolved a number of inducible defence mechanisms against pathogen attack, including synthesis of pathogenesis-related proteins. The aim of the study was to purify and characterize antifungal protein from leaves of Acorus calamus. METHODS: Leaf proteins from A. calamus were fractionated by cation exchange chromatography and gel filtration and the fraction inhibiting the hyphal extension of phytopathogens was characterized. The temperature stability and pH optima of the protein were determined and its presence was localized in the leaf tissues. KEY RESULTS: The purified protein was identified as a class III haem peroxidase with a molecular weight of approx. 32 kDa and pI of 7.93. The temperature stability of the enzyme was observed from 5 degrees C to 60 degrees C with a temperature optimum of 36 degrees C. Maximum enzyme activity was registered at pH 5.5. The pH and temperature optima were corroborated with the antifungal activity of the enzyme. The enzyme was localized in the leaf epidermal cells and lumen tissues of xylem, characteristic of class III peroxidases. The toxic nature of the enzyme which inhibited hyphal growth was demonstrated against phytopathogens such as Macrophomina phaseolina, Fusarium moniliforme and Trichosporium vesiculosum. Microscopic observations revealed distortion in the hyphal structure with stunted growth, increased volume and extensive hyphal branching. CONCLUSIONS: This study indicates that peroxidases may have a role to play in host defence by inhibiting the hyphal extension of invading pathogens.  (+info)

Bioanalytical investigation of asarone in connection with Acorus calamus oil intoxications. (7/18)

Preparations of the plant Acorus calamus (calamus or sweet flag) (A. calamus) are available via internet trade and marketed as being hallucinogenic. In 2003-2006, the Swedish Poisons Information Centre received inquiries about 30 clinical cases of intentional intoxication with A. calamus products. The present investigation aimed to identify alpha- and beta-asarone, considered active components of A. calamus, and metabolites thereof in urine samples collected in seven of these cases. To further aid the identification of asarone biotransformation products, a calamus oil preparation was incubated with the fungus Cunninghamella elegans, which is used as a microbial model of mammalian drug metabolism. Using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analysis in selected ion monitoring mode, alpha-asarone was detected in five urine samples at concentrations ranging between approximately 11 and 1150 microg/L and beta-asarone in four of those at approximately 22-220 microg/L. A previously identified asarone metabolite, trans-2,4,5-trimethoxycinnamic acid (trans-TMC), was detected in the fungus broth by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry whereas cis-TMC was tentatively identified in the human urine samples. Using GC-MS, a hydroxylated asarone metabolite was identified both in fungus broth and urine samples. However, this study demonstrated no evidence for the presence of 2,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine, claimed as a hallucinogenic component of A. calamus. The main clinical symptom reported by the patients was prolonged vomiting that sometimes lasted more than 15 h.  (+info)

Beta-asarone improves cognitive function by suppressing neuronal apoptosis in the beta-amyloid hippocampus injection rats. (8/18)

Elevated levels of beta-amyloid (Abeta) in the brains being a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease (AD) have been believed to play a critical role in the cognitive dysfunction that occurs in AD. Recent evidence suggests that Abeta induces neuronal apoptosis in the brain and in primary neuronal cultures. In this study, we investigated the effects of beta-asarone, the major ingredient of Acorus Tatarinowii Schott, on cognitive function and neuronal apoptosis in Abeta hippocampus injection rats and its mechanism of action. The results show that the Abeta (1-42) injection caused impairments in spatial reference memory in a Morris water maze task and apoptosis in hippocampus. Oral administration of beta-asarone with three different dose (12.5, 25, or 50 mg/kg) for 28 d ameliorated Abeta (1-42)-induced cognitive impairment and reversed the increase of apoptosis in the hippocampus. Abeta-induced c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) results in phosphorylation, subsequent down-regulation of Bcl-2 and Bcl-w expression, and caspase-3 activation. Beta-asarone attenuate Abeta (1-42)-induced neuronal apoptosis in hippocampus by reversal down-regulation of Bcl-2, Bcl-w, caspase-3 activation, and JNK phosphorylation. These results suggest that beta-asarone may be a potential candidate for development as a therapeutic agent to manage cognitive impairment associated with conditions such as Alzheimer's disease.  (+info)

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In 1968 the Food and Drug Administration banned Acorus calamus from being used as a food additive and as a medicinal as a result of lab studies that involved supplementing the diets of lab animals over a prolonged period of time with massive doses of isolated chemicals (β-asarone) from the Indian Jammu strain of Acorus calamus. The plant was labeled procarcinogenic.[3][4][5][unreliable source?] Wichtl says It is not clear whether the observed carcinogenic effects in rats are relevant to the human organism.[6] However, most sources advise caution in ingesting strains other than the diploid strain. Like the diploid strains of Acorus calamus in parts of the Himalayas, Mongolia, and C Siberia, the Acorus americanus diploid strain does not contain the procarcinogenic β-asarone.[7][8][verification needed][9] Research has consistently demonstrated that β-asarone was not detectable in the North American spontaneous diploid Acorus [Calamus var. Americanus].[10] It is believed by some that calamus ...
A metabolite of beta-asarone is the reason Acurus calamus is known in some cultures as a psychedelic. However, not all Acorus calamus contains sufficient quantities of beta-asarone to be effective. Acorus calamus from Nepal typically contains a large amount of beta-asarone. Acorus calamus from India usually contains very little beta-asarone, and will cause extreme nausea before doses high enough to get some minor effects from beta-asarone are ingested.. Its important to note that beta-asarone itself is not active. One of its metabolites can produce psychedelic effects in man. Not everyones body metabolizes beta-asarone the same way, leading to different results for different individuals. Some people are not able to experience psychedelic effects from ingesting beta-asarone. This is because their bodies do not produce enough of the active metabolite to experience effects.. The active metabolite of beta-asarone is currently unidentified. There has been speculation of it being an amphetamine, ...
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Acorus gramineus is a plant closesly related to its cousin Acorus calamus, both being wetland lovers with extremely pleasant smelling reed like leaves who most likely originated in India but can now be found growing throughout Europe, Asia and North America. Calamus of all types has been used medicinally and spiritually from Asia to India to Europe and the United states, although its internal consumption is now restricted by the FDA. In the Traditional Chinese system of Medicine, Acorus gramineus would have been boiled in doses of 3-6 grams to create an herbal tea decoction. The herb can cause nausea in high doses, and we have found that 2-4 grams of the freshly powdered herb taken in capsules provides an adequate dose without causing stomach discomfort. Acorus gramineus has been used in the Traditional Chinese system of Medicine as a cognition aid, to support healthy development of the functions of the mind in young adults and children, and is believed to be a premier tonic for expelling phlegm and
Acorus tatarinowii, a relative of Acorus calamus found in China known locally as Shi-Chang-Pu, was shown to contain the following compounds in the essential oil steam distilled from the root.. ...
Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus) is a marshland plant with orange scented leaves, used since Hippocrates' day (460-377 BCE) for curing toothache and dysentery. An infusion made from its roots is good for the stomach. Calamus was used by the Cree Indians
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The verses in the prophets (op. cit.) clearly indicate the value of calamus and the fact that it was widely traded with nations in Asia. Two plants have been suggested. The first is a widespread plant of wetlands in the northern hemispheres of both the Old and New Worlds, Acorus calamus L. (Araceae). The rhizome has a peculiar sweet, lingering aroma suitable as a carrier in a perfume. Motley (1994) suggests that A. calamus is the calamus mentioned in Exodus 3 for the anoint ing oil applied to priests and objects in the tabernacle. Milne and Milne (1967) state that A. calamus was found in the tombs of the Pharaohs but cite no reference. Acorus calamus is not listed in a modern treatment of perfumery (Calkin and Jellinek 1994) but is still used in medicine and cosmetics (Leung and Foster 1996 ...
Ischemic hypoxic brain injury often causes irreversible brain damage. The lack of effective and widely applicable pharmacological treatments for ischemic stroke patients may explain a growing interest in traditional medicines. β-Asarone, which has significant pharmacological effects on the central nervous system (CNS), was used in the prevention of cerebral ischemia in this paper. The right middle cerebral artery occlusion model was used in the study. The effects of β-Asarone on mortality rate, neurobehavior, grip strength, lactate dehydrogenase, glutathione content, Lipid peroxidation, glutathione peroxidase activity, glutathione reductase activity, catalase activity, Na+-K+-ATPase activity and glutathione S transferase activity in a rat model were studied respectively. β-Asarone significantly improved the neurological outcome after cerebral ischemia and reperfusion in terms of neurobehavioral function in rats. Meanwhile, supplementation of β-Asarone significantly boosted the defense mechanism
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Antifungal activity of aqueous extracts of locally available plants which are known for their medicinal values were tested in vitro against Drechslera oryzae, the causal organism of brown leaf spot of rice. The plants extracts were tested against the mycelial growth of D. oryzae at different concentrations of 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% using poisoned food technique. Among the plants extracts, Acorus calamus extract at 20% concentration alone showed 80.0% inhibition of mycelial growth whereas the other tested plants showed less inhibitory effect. In field trial, aqueous extract of Acorus calamus showed maximum percentage of disease control and reduced the disease incidence by 45.29% as compared with control plot.
Boyce, P.C., Sookchaloem, D., Hetterscheid, W.L.A., Gusman, G., Jacobsen, N., Idei, T. & Nguyen, V.D. (2012) Flora of Thailand 11(2): 101-325. The Forest Herbarium, National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, Bangkok ...
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Forms Available: essential oil, CO2 extraction. The essential oil of Calamus should be strictly avoided during pregnancy as it has the potent to stimulate contractions in the uterine cavity and induce menstruation, being an emmenagogue and might lead to miscarriage or abortion. It is also advisable to restrict the use of Calamus oil during breastfeeding.. Many studies suggest that Calamus oil may have carcinogenic or cancer causing effects and might be toxic when used in excess. The prime chemical constituents responsible for its adverse effects are β-asarone (about 78.4%), α-asarone (about 6.8%) and methyleugenol (about 2%) in Acorus Calamus oil, which is of Indian origin. Various in vivo and in vitro studies have witnessed the negative potent of β-asarone in inducing the growth of malignant tumors.. The European Council files β-asarone as substances which are suspected to be genotoxic carcinogens and therefore no MDI can be set. According to the 1988 European Community Council, both the ...
Calamus Essential Oil- Botanical Name: Acorus Calamus Origin:AsiaExtraction Method: Steam Distilled Plant Part: rootsStrength of Aroma: Moderate Aromatic Scent: sweet cinnamon-likeBlends well with: Lavender and Ylang YlangCalamus Essential Oil Offeri
Thangavel Ponrasu, Karuppanan Natarajan Madhukumar, Moorthy Ganeshkumar, Kuttalam Iyappan, Vilvanathan Sangeethapriya, Vinaya Subramani Gayathri, Lonchin Suguna. Pharmacognosy Magazine 2014 10(38):299-305. Background: The rhizomes of Acorus calamus and their essential oil are widely used in the flavoring industry and production of alcoholic beverages in Europe. Recent reports have confirmed the presence of several pharmacological components in the rhizomes of A. calamus. Objective: The objective of this study was to find out the efficacy of topical administration of ethanolic extract of A. calamus on dermal wound healing in rats. Wound healing is a natural process occurring in living organisms, which results in a complete or partial remodeling of injured tissue and ultimately progresses to the formation of a fibrous scar. Several natural products have been reported to augment the wound healing process. Materials and Methods: An ethanolic extract of A. calamus was prepared and its wound-healing ...
Numerous studies, using in aggregate some 28 genes, have achieved a consensus in recognizing three groups of plants, including Amborella, as comprising the basal-most grade of all other angiosperms. A major exception is the recent study by Goremykin et al. (2003; Mol. Biol. Evol. 20:1499-1505), whose analyses of 61 genes from 13 sequenced chloroplast genomes of land plants nearly always found 100% support for monocots as the deepest angiosperms relative to Amborella, Calycanthus, and eudicots. We hypothesized that this conflict reflects a misrooting of angiosperms resulting from inadequate taxon sampling, inappropriate phylogenetic methodology, and rapid evolution in the grass lineage used to represent monocots. We used two main approaches to test this hypothesis. First, we sequenced a large number of chloroplast genes from the monocot Acorus and added these plus previously sequenced Acorus genes to the Goremykin et al. (2003) dataset in order to explore the effects of altered monocot sampling under the
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An attractive, fast growing, rhizomatous wetland plant reaching a maximum size of 6.5 x 7 ( rarely over 4 ) feet, that is native to marshes of much of North America ( from Alaska to Smithers, British Columbia to Lake Athabasca, Alberta to Lake Nipigon, Ontario to Chapleau, Ontario to Nova Scotia; south to Washington to Oklahoma to Louisiana to Georgia ). In the Windsor/Essex County, Ontario region; it is noted as being locally common in southwestern Essex County, Point Pelee and the Lake Erie Islands as well as the Ohio shore during the 1800s. It was also abundant in marshland along the Detroit River at Detroit during that time ...
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Muchtaromah, Bayyinatul and Mutiah, Roihatul and Yusmalasari, Desy Rahma and Mardyana, Putri and Sharmin, Tanjina and Fadholly, Amaq (2020) Efficacy of Allium sativum, Curcuma mangga and Acorus calamus extract combination on rat fertility. Pharmacognosy Journal, 12 (1). pp. 197-203. ISSN 0975-3575 ...
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Take Asafoetida (Hing) 10 gms., Vach or sweet flag (Acorus calamus) 20 gms., Peepal (Ficus religiosa) 30 Gms., Dried Ginger (Sonth) 40 Gms., Carom seeds (Ajwain) 50 Gms., Plumbago zeylanica (Chitrak Chhal) 60 Gms., Choti Harad (Terminalia chebula) 70 Gms., Kooth (Pushkar Mool - Inula racemosa) 80 Gms. Grind and mix all, filter in a cotton cloth & make fine powder. Store in a glass bottle. Take 1 teaspoonful or 5 gms. of this powder mixed with fresh curd or one cup lukewarm water, in the morning as well as in the evening, empty stomach ...
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Benefits of Hinguvachadi Tablets Hinguvachadi tablet is an excellent digestive aid not causing any rebound flatulence which is the common side effect of most of the antacids. This combination possesses unique features which help to fight indigestion to carcinoma. The main ingredients are Hingu- Asafoetida, and Vacha- Acorus which have several proven clinical efficacy studies…
2. Syrupus Calami, Syrup of Calamus. Dose, 30 to 60 drops.. Action and Therapy.-Carminative, sialagogue, excitant, and slightly tonic. Useful as breath perfume, and in flatulent colic, atonic dyspepsia, feebleness of the digestive organs; and in the form of syrup as an agreeable vehicle for less pleasant medicines. The fresh root shaved thin, transversely, may be candied by boiling in syrup, draining, and allowing it to dry. In this form it is a delicious confection. Calamus may also be given in the form of a syrup or by adding the specific medicine to the required amount of simple syrup.. ...
Photosynthesis is a sustainable process for the conversion of light energy into chemical energy. Thylakoids in energy-transducing photosynthetic membranes are unique in biological membranes because of their distinguished structure and composition. The quantum trapping efficiency of thylakoid membranes is appealing in photobioelectrochemical research. In this study, thylakoid membranes extracted from spinach are shown to communicate with a gold-nanoparticle-modified solid gold electrode (AuNP-Au) through a series of quinone derivatives. Among these, para-benzoquinone (PBQ) is found to be the best soluble electron-transfer mediator, generating the highest photocurrent of approximately 130 mu Acm(-2) from water oxidation under illumination. In addition, the photocurrent density is investigated as a function of applied potential, the effect of light intensity, quinone concentration, and amount of thylakoid membrane. Finally, the source of photocurrent is confirmed by using ...
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Proven Health Benefits of Calamus Root - Herbal Treatment The first health benefit of calamus root is to stimulate the blood circulation.
La Vesperpasero, Pooecetes gramineus, estas specio de mezgranda birdo de la familio de Emberizedoj. Ĝi estas monotipa en la genro Pooecetes (Baird 1858).. Plenkreskulo havas helbrunajn suprajn partojn kaj helajn sablokolorajn subajn partojn, ambaŭ kun pli malhela strieco nigreca en dorso kaj per izolitaj strioj en brusto dise el supra centra malhela makulo. Ili havas blankajn okulringon, gorĝon kaj mustaĉan strion kiu pluas sub kaj ĉirkaŭ bruna vango, kaj pli svagan helan superokulan strizonon. Ili havas ankaŭ longan malhelbrunan voston kiu montras blankajn eksterajn vostoplumojn dumfluge. En malhelbrunaj flugiloj videblas ripoze po du blankaj flugilstrioj ne tre markataj. La beko estas fortika kaj karnokolora kun pli nigreca supra bordo. La kruroj estas rozkolorecaj.. Ties reprodukta habitato estas malfermaj herbejaj areoj tra plej parto de Nordameriko, inklude ĉeŝoseajn areojn kaj stoplejojn, kaj ili disvastiĝas kaj reproduktiĝas tra suda Kanado kaj Usono. Tiuj birdoj migras al suda ...
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Calamus essential oil treats insomnia and headaches, boosts metabolism, provides relief from nervous spasms, improves blood circulation, and relieves arthritis.
3. Calamus Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 325. 1753. 省藤属 sheng teng shu Cornera Furtado; Palmijuncus Kuntze; Rotang Adanson; Rotanga Boehmer; Schizospatha Furtado; Zalaccella Beccari.. Stems clustered or less often solitary, mostly slender and climbing, occasionally non-climbing and then either short and subterranean or free standing. Leaves 10-60, pinnate, spiny; sheaths closed in climbing stems, open in non-climbers, variously hairy and spiny, hairs of young sheaths soon wearing off; sheath spines scattered or densely arranged (rarely absent), or arranged in rows, occasionally hairy on margins, variously shaped and colored, sometimes arranged in overlapping, interlocking rings and forming chambers; sheath apices usually extended above point of insertion of petiole into an inconspicuous or prominent ocrea; knees present in climbing stems; flagella present in climbers, whiplike and armed with small, grapnel-like spines; cirri present in few species (and then flagella absent, and vice versa); pinnae ...
The quinones represent a class of organic compounds that are formally derived from aromatic compounds [such as benzene or naphthalene] by conversion of an even number of -CH= groups into -C(=O)- groups with any necessary rearrangement of double bonds, resulting in a fully conjugated cyclic dione structure. The class includes some heterocyclic compounds. A large scale industrial application of quinones is for the production of hydrogen peroxide. Natural quinones show a biological or pharmacological activity, and some of them show anti-tumoral activity. They embody some claims in herbal medicine. Some quinone derivatives are used for coloring substances (dyes and pigments) and oxidizing agents.. ...
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Espinas dorsales (total): 12; Radios blandos dorsales (total): 12; Espinas anales 3; Radios blandos anales: 10. Dorsal profile of head moderately steep; prefrontal tubercle not well developed; silvery with a lavender iridescence, the edges of the scales brownish yellow and the centers with a vertically elongate iridescent blue-green or blue spot (Ref. 13442). ...
Paxton, J.R., D.F. Hoese, G.R. Allen and J.E. Hanley, 1989. Pisces. Petromyzontidae to Carangidae. Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Vol. 7. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 665 p. (Ref. 7300 ...
A common spice from fruit of PIPER NIGRUM. Black pepper is picked unripe and heaped for a few days to ferment. (1). A plant genus in the family APIACEAE (Umbelliferae) that is used in SPICES and is a source of anethole. (1). A plant genus in the family MYRTACEAE, order Myrtales, subclass Rosidae. It is best known for allspice from the dried berry of Pimenta diocia. (1). A plant genus of the family ACORACEAE, order Arales, subclass Arecidae most notable for Acorus calamus L. root which contains asarone and has been used in traditional medicine. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family Apiaceae. The seeds are used as flavoring. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE. The leaves are the source of cilantro and the seeds are the source of coriander, both of which are used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE. The seed is used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE that has long been used in folk medicine for treating ...
A common spice from fruit of PIPER NIGRUM. Black pepper is picked unripe and heaped for a few days to ferment. (1). A plant genus in the family APIACEAE (Umbelliferae) that is used in SPICES and is a source of anethole. (1). A plant genus in the family MYRTACEAE, order Myrtales, subclass Rosidae. It is best known for allspice from the dried berry of Pimenta diocia. (1). A plant genus of the family ACORACEAE, order Arales, subclass Arecidae most notable for Acorus calamus L. root which contains asarone and has been used in traditional medicine. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family Apiaceae. The seeds are used as flavoring. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE. The leaves are the source of cilantro and the seeds are the source of coriander, both of which are used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family APIACEAE. The seed is used in SPICES. (1). A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE that has long been used in folk medicine for treating ...
STEP 1. Water, Sea Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Trehalose, Propanediol, Tremella Fuciformis (Mushroom) Extract, PEG-75, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract, Acorus Calamus Root Extract, Perilla Ocymoides Leaf Extract, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Arginine, Glycolic Acid, Hydrolyzed Collagen (3,000pp), Xanthan Gum, 1,2-Hexanediol, Chlorphenesin, Gaultheria ProCumbens (Wintergreen) Leaf Extract, Adenosine, Disodium EDTA, Wine Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Betula Alba Juice, Sea Water, Bambusa Vulgaris Water, Jasminum Officinale (Jasmine) Flower Water, Fragaria Chiloensis (Strawberry) Fruit Extract, Solanum Lycopersicum (Tomato) Fruit Extract, Zizania Aquatica Extract, Fragrance. STEP 2. VP/VA Copolymer, Water, Titaniume Dioxide, Glycerin, Butylene glycol, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Extract, Lithium Magnesium Sodium Silicate, Poly (Vinyl Alcohol), Cananga odorata flower oil, Squalan, Coral Powder, 1,2-Hexanediol, Hydrolyzed Collagen (3,000ppm), Solanum ...
Used to balance Vata - to relieve pain and inflammation, in cases of paralysis, facial paralysis, rheumatoid arthritis, Joint Pains, Back Ache, shoulder pains, sciatica, lumbago, muscular sprain and inflammation etc.. kolakulathadi ingredients:. Kola (Zizyphus jujube Lam.),. Kulattha - Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus Linn.),. Suradaru - Devadaru - (Cedrus deodara),. Rasna (Vanda roxburghi / Pluchea lanceolata),. Masha - Black gram (Phaseolus radiatus L.),. Atasi (Linum usitatissimum Linn.). Kushta - Saussurea lappa. Vacha - Acorus calamus. Shatahva - Indian Dill - Anethum sowa. Yava - Barley - Hordeum vulgare. Tailaphala - castor fruit (Eranda). Reference- Charaka Samhita Sutrasthana 3/18.. Side effects:. ...
The mayapple is from North America, where it is also called mandrake, wild mandrake, American mandrake, Indian apple, devils apple, et cetera (Morton 1977, 87*). The number of names can lead to some confusion. Mandrake is actually the English name for Mandragora officinarum. Settlers applied the name to the mayapple because North American Indians used its root as an amulet and as medicine (Emboden 1974, 149*). Because of this confusion, many people, especially Englishspeaking Americans, continue to believe that the mayapple is psychoactive. But the root contains no known psychoactive constituents, only toxic glycosides and podophyllin, a resin with cathartic effects (Meijer 1974; Morton 1977,88*). The Asian mayapple (Podophyllum pleianthum Hance [syn. Dysosma pleiantha (Hance) Woodson]), a native of China and Japan, is mixed with hemp (Cannabis sativa) and sweet flag (see Acorus calamus) to produce a psychoactive substance that allows one to see spirits (Li 1978, 23*). In the Kumaon region of ...
103) Achillea millefolium (Ryllik): Ungblad; Øl smaks-tilsetning; Te-erstatning under krigen. Viltvoksende i Trøndelag.. (57) Acorus calamus (Kalmusrot): Rot som grønnsak og kandidisert; Krydder (aromatisk); ung stilk og blad.. (84)= Allium ascalonicum (Sjalottløk): Hele planten (grønnsak og salatplante). (73) Allium cepa var. viviparum (Luftløk): Hele planten (grønnsak og salatplante). (43) Allium fistulosum (Pipeløk):: Hele planten (grønnsak og salatplante). (81) Allium sativum (Hvitløk): Hele planten (grønnsak og salatplante). Brukt i salatdressing.. (101) Allium schoenoprasum (Gressløk): Hele planten (grønnsak og salatplante). Blomstene brukes til pynt.. (94) Althea officinalis (Legestokkrose) : Blad og blomst (grønnsak og salatplante); Marshmallows stammer fra innkokt saft av røttene til legestokkrose. (115) Anchusa officinalis (Oksetunge): Blad og ungskudd (kokt). (29) Anethum graveolens (Dill): Blad, blomsterstand og frø. Velkjent krydderplante. Te. Dill-olje brukes i ...
Gouty Arthritis - Gout Padagra Acorus calamus, devils claw, equisetum, echinacea, sabuco, juniper, cherry stalks, galium, cynorrhodon, lemon verbena, parsley, sarsaparila, celery, centela, betula, taraxacum, nettle, tilio. Ουρικό οξύ Ποδάγρα Άκορο, αρπαγόφυτο, εκουιζέτο, εχινάτσεα, ζαμπούκο, κέδρο, κερασοουρές, κολη
Processed in Nimba (Melia azadirachta), Katvanga (Aillanthus excels), Kukundara (Blumea balsamifera), Bhringaraja (Eclipta alba), Lasuna (Alium Ascalonicum), Vacha (Acorus calamus), Kakamachi (Solanum nirgum), Lajjalu (Mimosa pudica). ...
Ahmed, A.H., and E.M. El Hamshary. 2005. Larvicidal, miracidiacidal and cercaricidal acitivites of the Egyptian plant Iris pseudacorus. Journal of the Egyptian Society for Parasitology 35(1):41-48.. Barbolani, E., M. Clauser, F. Pantani, and R. Gellini. 1986. Residual heavy metal (Cu and Cd) removal by Iris pseudacorus. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 28:277-282.. Benson, A.J., C.C. Jacono, P.L. Fuller, E.R. McKercher, and M.M. Richerson. 2004. Summary Report of Nonindigenous Aquatic Species in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 5. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Arlington, VA. 145 pp.. Blokhina, O., E. Virolainen, and K.V. Fagerstedt. 2003. Antioxidants, oxidative damage and oxygen deprivation stress: a review. Annals of Botany 91:179-194.. Bossuyt, B., B. De Fré, and M. Hoffman. 2005. Abundance and flowering success patterns in a short-term grazed grassland: early evidence of facilitation. Journal of Ecology 93:1104-1114.. Campbell, S., P. Higman, B. Slaughter, and E. Schools. 2010. A Field ...
Herbs, perennial, wetland, usually with aromatic oil, especially in rhizomes. Rhizomes horizontal, creeping at or near surface, branched. Stems repent, branched rhizomes. Cataphylls absent. Leaves not differentiated into petiole and blade, equitant, sword-shaped, larger than 1.5 cm; venation parallel along length of leaf. Inflorescences: spadices, from 3-angled axis (peduncle fused with proximal portion of sympodial leaf, i.e., leaf encircling terminal inflorescence), distal sympodial leaf extending beyond spadix; true spathe absent; spadix nearly cylindric, tapering, apex obtuse. Flowers bisexual; tepals 6; stamens 6, distinct; ovariesy 1, (1--)3-locular, sessile; stigmas sessile (styles essentially absent), minute. Fruits berries; pericarp thin, leathery. Seeds 1--6(--14), from apex of locule. Acorus historically was recognized as an aberrant genus within Araceae, but much evidence supports its treatment as a separate family and the removal of this family from Arales (M. H. Grayum 1987). Other ...
In the 1860 third edition of Leaves of Grass, Whitman included the twelve Live Oak poems along with others to form a sequence of 45 untitled numbered poems. This sequence as written celebrates many aspects of comradeship or adhesive love, Whitmans term, borrowed from phrenology to describe male same-sex attraction.[6] This attraction is presented in its political, spiritual, metaphysical, and personal phases-Whitman offering it as the backbone of future nations, the root of religious sentiments, the solution to the big questions of life, and as a source of personal anguish and joy.. The 1860 edition contains three poems that Whitman would later edit out of the sequence, including the very personal Calamus 8, Long I thought that knowledge alone would suffice me, and Calamus 9, Hours continuing long, sore and heavy-hearted. Whitmans constant editing of his works meant that many of the other poems would change and shift throughout the editions of his life. By the 1881-82 edition, the ...
nomenclatural synonym:Potamogetonaceae Potamogeton longepedunculatus Mérat duplicate citation of:Potamogetonaceae Potamogeton gramineus f. longipedunculatus (Mérat) House Bull. New York State Mus. Nat. Hist. 254: 53. 1924 Id: 1217300-2 Version: 1.1.2.1.1.1 View Record history. View this record in TCS-RDF format. ...
We examine the relationships between abundance of grassland nesting songbirds observed in the Boulder Open Space, CO, USA and parameters that described landscape and habitat characteristics, in order to provide information for Boulder Open Space planners and managers. Data sets included bird abundance and plant species composition, collected during three breeding seasons (1994-1996), and landscape composition and configuration measures from a satellite image-derived land-cover map. We used regression quantiles to estimate the limitations imposed on bird abundance by urban encroachment and decreasing areas of grassland cover-types on the landscape, and habitat characteristics within 200 m diameter sample plots. After accounting for the effect of landscape grassland composition on four species (Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta), Vesper Sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus), Horned Lark (Eremophila alpestris), and Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum)), change in abundance with proportion of urban area
Enzymatic removal of ,I,p,/I,-alkylphenols from aqueous solutions was investigated through the two-step approach, the quinone conversion of ,I,p,/I,-alkylphenols with mushroom tyrosinase (EC 1.14.18.1) and the subsequent adsorption of quinone derivatives enzymatically generated on chitosan beads at pH 7.0 and 45 °C as the optimum conditions. This technique is quite effective for removal of various ,I,p,/I,-alkylphenols from an aqueous solution. The % removal values of 97-100% were obtained for ,I,p,/I,-,I,n,/I,-alkylphenols with carbon chain lengths of 5 to 9. In addition, removal of other ,I,p,/I,-alkylphenols was enhanced by increasing either the tyrosinase concentration or the amount of added chitosan beads, and their % removal values reached ,93 except for 4-,I,tert,/I,-pentylphenol. This technique was also applicable to remove 4-,I,n,/I,-octylphenol (4NOP) and 4-,I,n,/I,-nonylphenol (4NNP) as suspected endocrine disrupting chemicals. The reaction of quinone derivatives enzymatically ...
Calamus rotang is an evergreen Climber growing to 25 m (82ft) by 5 m (16ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 10 and is frost tender. The plant is not self-fertile. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers moist soil.
Bog or water plant but can be grown in the garden with summer water.height 60-90cm.full sun part shade.can be grown in the ground or submerged in pots in the water.. ...
Additionally having discussed with many many people interested in niche and buying lots of perfume, contrary to you (judging by your point of view presented) Im not so sure any more they are solely interested in the art of it all. By that I dont mean theyre not interested predominantly in the juice, because they are (were talking perfume aficionados, not just people buying perfume). But several people just opt to choose, own and wear perfume just for the pleasure of it all. They do not necessarily internalize or intellectualize so much -at not least not so much as we do on blogs and a few discussion platforms- because for them perfume is a sensualist escape, a guilty pleasure, a renegade defiance of the societal rules that inflicts such strict controls nowadays on what we can and cant do when in public. In short, perfume is first and foremost, a personal statement that has to do with their personality, their place in the world, their pleasure principle and only much later with the art ...
Yuan Longping planted a sea rice in the recently held 2016 World Conference on life science, Yuan Longping introduced the exploration of the cultivation of rice. It is understood that the day before the Qingdao city established the Qingdao water rice research center, this is the first national water rice research and development center, Yuan Longping served as chief scientist and director of the center. The center of the program in 3 years time, realize the rice planting 200 kg per mu breakthrough goal. Yuan Longping hope to be able to produce more than 300 kilograms per mu water rice future. The reason for this goal, Yuan Longping said that the need for rice fertilization, irrigation, pest control, which requires cost. The yield of rice water is not high, only about 100 kilograms per mu, is a semi wild state. Farmers do not even pay the cost of breeding, enthusiasm is not high. But if you can increase to 300 kilograms per mu, a sea of rice bargain. Yuan Longping said that at present, the ...
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"Acorus Therapeutics Ltd. - Ordering - UK". acorus-therapeutics.com. Acorus Therapeutics. Archived from the original on 2005-04- ... "Summary of Product Characteristics" (PDF). Official Acorus Therapeutics Site. Acorus Therapeutics. 2007-06-01. pp. 3-4. ... Acorus Therapeutics, Ltd. (2005). "Mysoline 250 mg Tablets". electronic Medicines Compendium. Datapharm Communications and the ...
The chemical has been identified in Piper marginatum, Acorus tatarinowii, and Asarum maximum. Francisco, Díaz; Leticia, ... doi:10.1016/S0305-1978(98)00109-4. Jinfeng, Hu; Xiaozhang, Feng (2000). "Phenylpropanes from Acorus tatarinowii". Planta Medica ...
Acorus - geel lilien Chapter 24. Alkekengi - boberellen Chapter 25. Astrens vel Meu - meister wortz Chapter 28. Auricula muris ...
Acorus palmita Licht.. *Prionium palmita E.Mey.. Prionium serratum, the palmiet, is a robust, evergreen, semiaquatic, ...
2 (Tisserand & Balacs, 1995) "Calamus (Acorus calamus) Information". Archived from the original on 2012-05-07. Retrieved 2007- ...
According to the organisation's website, the name "Zi Teng" is the Chinese for Acorus calamus. "The plant is described as ... Other sources, however, translate Zi Teng as Wisteria sinensis., while Acorus calamus is in Chinese: 菖蒲; pinyin: chāngpú. Sex ... 鲜花 Archived 26 December 2007 at the Wayback Machine Acorus calamus in Chinese Plant Names @ efloras.org http://zh.wikipedia.org ...
"Grasses and Grasslike plants_Acorus gramineus_Native Sons". C. Michael Hogan. 2009. "Purple Needlegrass (Nassella pulchra)" ...
the Septuagint, the Rambam on Kerithoth 1:1, Saadia Gaon and Jonah ibn Janah). This plant is known to botanists as Acorus ...
On Acorus, the Duarchs, a pair of joint rulers, oversee the remaining Alectors from their seats of power in the cities of ... The planet of Acorus possesses a web, or mesh, of life force lines (compare to ley lines) that intersect in various places. ... Acorus was once inhabited by a race variously called the Ancients or the Soarers. They are wispy, fairy-like creatures usually ... The natives of Acorus, called Ancients, have a yellowish-green aura, while many Alectors have a purplish-pink aura, and ...
... is chemical compound of the phenylpropanoid class found in certain plants such as Acorus and Asarum. There are two ... Björnstad K, Helander A, Hultén P, Beck O (2009). "Bioanalytical investigation of asarone in connection with Acorus calamus oil ... Perrett, Sheena; Whitfield, Philip J. (1995). "Anthelmintic and pesticidal activity of Acorus gramineus (Araceae) is associated ... "Antimicrobial activity of Acorus calamus (L.) rhizome and leaf extract". Acta Biol. Szeg. 53 (1): 45-49. ...
Among other things, the Alismatales were expanded and new orders such as Acorales (a placement for Acorus) and Pandanales ( ... In some cases, like Acorus (Acorales), they have become insignificant. In others, like Butomus (Alismatales), they have six ... They named these alismatids, aroids, stemonoids and dioscoreoids, in addition to Acorus, and a core group of Asparagales, ...
The larvae have been recorded feeding on Acorus calamus var. asiaticus. Lepidotarphius perornatella perornatellus (Kiangsu, ...
Instead, Acorus, its only genus, was included in the Araceae. Arales was the only order included in the Ariflorae. The APG II ... Acorus) and unites the last two of these families into the one family Araceae assigning this to the order Alismatales.. ...
"Bioanalytical investigation of asarone in connection with Acorus calamus oil intoxications". Journal of Analytical Toxicology. ...
"Bioanalytical investigation of asarone in connection with Acorus calamus oil intoxications". Journal of Analytical Toxicology. ...
... aquatic plants such as Acorus calamus, Nymphaea odorata, Pontederia cordata, Sagittaria latifolia; and shoreline plants ...
Oudhia, P. (2002). Rice-Acorus intercropping: A new system developed by innovative farmers of Chhattisgarh (India). ...
Mysoline (primidone; handed over to Acorus Therapeutics Ltd. in July 2004). *Seroquel (quetiapine) ...
The second contains wetland plants including Acorus calamus, Marsilea strigosa, Menyanthes trifoliata, Osmunda regalis,etc. ...
"Acorus Therapeutics Ltd. - Ordering - UK". acorus-therapeutics.com. Acorus Therapeutics. Archived from the original on 2005-04- ... Official Acorus Therapeutics Site. Acorus Therapeutics. 2007-06-01. pp. 3-4. Retrieved 2007-10-12.. [dead link] ... Acorus Therapeutics, Ltd. (2005). "Mysoline 250 mg Tablets". electronic Medicines Compendium. Datapharm Communications and the ... Acorus Therapeutics Ltd. took over the manufacture and distribution of Mysoline from AstraZeneca[112] February 3, 2005: almost ...
This order contains the single family Acoraceae and one genus (Acorus), which comprises two to four species of plants that ...
Lafayette III (*2004), Mare, Father: Acorus, Father's father: Accord II, Mother: La Vie, Mother's father: Calido. former show ...
For example, Iris pseudacorus is known as 'pseudacorus' for having leaves similar to those of Acorus calamus. In biology, ...
The present lake area was a marshland with thick growth of sweet flag (Acorus calamus, locally called bojho). A playground ...
Roots and resin from acacia are combined with rhododendron, acorus, cytisus, salvia, and some other components of incense. Both ...
There are a number of parks in the suburb, including: Acorus Park (27°41′01″S 153°02′20″E / 27.6836°S 153.0390°E / -27.6836 ... 153.0390 (Acorus Park)) Charlton Street Park (27°41′02″S 153°02′58″E / 27.6840°S 153.0494°E / -27.6840; 153.0494 (Charlton ...
12:12, 48) with scientific name Acorus calamus, a product of India, but grown also in Arabia and Syria. NIV renders it "calamus ...
Then, one boils a root of Acorus calamus in 1 1/2 bushels of wine to produce pure essential liquor. Soak the seven drugs in ...
Acorus calamus , ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP , षडग्रन्था, गोलोमी, उग्रगन्धा , ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP , Sweet flag , ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN= ...
Plant species that have become extinct from the county include Acorus calamus, Sagittaria sagittifolia, Lysimachia thyrsiflora ...
NRCS: USDA Plants Profile: Acorus americanus *^ Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.). "Acorus americanus". Flora of ... Acorus americanus was formerly classified as Acorus calamus var. americanus. It differs only in being a fertile diploid (2n = ... Like the diploid strains of Acorus calamus in parts of the Himalayas, Mongolia, and C Siberia, the Acorus americanus diploid ... "sweet flag / bitterroot - Acorus calamus, A. americanus". Jim McDonald ~Herbalist~.. *^ Wichtl, Max, ed. (2004). Herbal Drugs ...
"Acorus calamus Variegatus". Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved 9 July 2013.. *^ "Acorus calamus Argenteostriatus". Royal ... Also, in older USA literature the name Acorus americanus may be used indiscriminately for all forms of Acorus calamus occurring ... "sweet flag / bitterroot - Acorus calamus, A. americanus". Jim McDonald ~Herbalist~.. *^ Wichtl, Max, ed. (2004). Herbal Drugs ... "Acorus calamus". Tropicos. Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved 9 July 2013.. *^ Ogra, R. K.; et al. (10 December 2009). " ...
Media in category "Acorus calamus". The following 70 files are in this category, out of 70 total. ... Acorus calamus - Agri-Horticultural Society of India - Alipore - Kolkata 2013-01-05 2317.JPG 4,000 × 6,016; 11.81 MB. ... Acorus calamus variegatus-1-nature love-yercaud-salem-India.jpg 3,456 × 4,608; 6.87 MB. ... Acorus calamus variegatus-2-nature love-yercaud-salem-India.jpg 3,456 × 4,608; 6.73 MB. ...
Acorus calamus a.k.a. Sweet Flag by Brittany. 1sagebrush1 Acorus calamus. Photograph © J. F. Gaffard, drawing © 1sagebrush1. ... Description: Acorus calamus is a grass like perennial, pale to dark brown and spongy on the inside, up to 80 cm long, linear to ... Acorus calamus is sterile, due to the fact that it has a triploid number of chromosomes (having a chromosome number that is 3 ... Active compounds produced by this plant: Acorus calamus produces beta-asarone which is a genotoxic (capable of causing genetic ...
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Genus: Acorus. Species: Acorus calamus. Varietas: A. c. var. americanus - A. c. var. angustatus - A. c. var. calamus ... Acorus calamus L. Sp. Pl. 324. (1753). Synonyms[edit]. *Homotypic *Calamus aromaticus Garsault, Fig. Pl. Méd.: t. 40 (1764), ... Latina: Acorus calamus. latviešu: Parastā kalme, Smaržīgā kalme, Kalme. lietuvių: Balinis ajeras. magyar: Orvosi kálmos. മലയാളം ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Acorus_calamus&oldid=3006440" ...
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Acorus gramineus is an evergreen Perennial growing to 0.3 m (1ft) by 0.2 m (0ft 8in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not ... Acorus gramineus is an evergreen Perennial growing to 0.3 m (1ft) by 0.2 m (0ft 8in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not ...
Asarones from Acorus calamus in combination with azoles and amphotericin B: a novel synergistic combination to compete against ... The present investigation describes the synergistic anticandidal activity of two asarones (∞ and β) purified from Acorus ...
Botanists distinguish between the Acorus species by the number of prominent leaf veins. Acorus calamus has a single prominent ... Acorus leaves are still scattered today on festival days. 1 References: Works Cited. * Ernst and Johanna Lehner Folklore and ... Acorus is an antioxidant that has special effects on the central nervous system and used to treat a broad range of brain ... The name acorus is derived from the Greek word acoron, a name used by Dioscorides, which in turn was derived from coreon ...
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Acorus Calamus (Sweet flag) is also commonly known as Vacha. Here we are explaining its Uses, Benefits, Dosage and Properties. ... Special note about Acorus Calamus Acorus calamus is universally known for correcting mental problems especially linked with ... Vacha, Sweet flag (Acorus Calamus) - Uses, Benefits, Dosage and Properties. Description of Plant. It is soft plant of 2-4ft ... Acorus calamus, also known as "Vacha" in Sanskrit has been used for various reasons in different parts of the world. Be its ...
Z. Du, R. A. Clery, and C. J. Hammond, "Volatiles from leaves and rhizomes of fragrant Acorus spp. (Acoraceae)," Chemistry and ... Plants of the Acorus species have fragrant leaves and rhizomes; they belong to the Acoraceae family. Those plants are found ... An earlier study on the volatiles from the leaves and rhizomes of Acorus spp. found that methylchavicol (49%) is the major ... However, the other chemical components in this essential oil were different from those of the other Acorus species [26]. ...
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  • Acorus americanus , the American sweet flag , is an emergent wetland plant native to the northern United States and Canada . (wikipedia.org)
  • The species name, " americanus " simply indicates that this is an American species of this genus , differentiating it from the very similar European and western Asian species Acorus calamus . (wikipedia.org)
  • Acorus americanus was formerly classified as Acorus calamus var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Like the diploid strains of Acorus calamus in parts of the Himalayas, Mongolia, and C Siberia, the Acorus americanus diploid strain does not contain the procarcinogenic β-asarone. (wikipedia.org)
  • Also, in older USA literature the name Acorus americanus may be used indiscriminately for all forms of Acorus calamus occurring in North America, irrespective of cytological diversity (i.e. both the diploid and triploid forms). (wikipedia.org)
  • In older literature and on many websites, there is still much confusion, with the name Acorus calamus equally but wrongfully applied to Acorus americanus (formerly Acorus calamus var. (wikipedia.org)
  • NRCS: USDA Plants Profile: Acorus americanus Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed. (wikipedia.org)
  • This makes it clearly distinct from Acorus americanus . (anniesremedy.com)
  • The species name, 'americanus' simply indicates that this is an American species of Acorus. (scientificlib.com)
  • Americanus or more recently as simply Acorus Americanus. (scientificlib.com)
  • Important bioactivities Anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive activities: Also, in older USA literature the name Acorus americanus may be used indiscriminately for all forms of Acorus calamus occurring in North America, irrespective of cytological diversity i. (storyfeed.me)
  • Acorus americanus and Acorus calamus are very similar, and are sometimes considered the same species. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • Acorus americanus is a fertile, diploid (two copies of each chromosome) species that produces mature fruit. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Species Acorus americanus (Raf. (usda.gov)
  • Acorus calamus (also called sweet flag or calamus , among many common names [2] ) is a species of flowering plant , a tall wetland monocot of the family Acoraceae , in the genus Acorus . (wikipedia.org)
  • Although the family Acoraceae was originally described in 1820, since then Acorus has traditionally been included in Araceae in most classification systems, as in the Cronquist system. (wikipedia.org)
  • Acorus calamus, commonly known as sweet flag or calamus ( Sanskrit : Haimavati, हैमवती, Vacha, वचा ) and various rushes and sedges,[1] is a plant from the Acoraceae family, in the genus Acorus. (scientificlib.com)
  • Acorus calamus is a species of flowering plant, a tall wetland monocot of the family Acoraceae, Horticulture. (storyfeed.me)
  • Acorus calamus L. (family Araceae/Acoraceae) has long, narrow leaves and an aromatic rootstock. (bubbasonline.com)
  • The rhizomes of Acorus calamus contain aromatic oils that have been used medicinally since ancient times and have been harvested commercially. (tolweb.org)
  • Another review showed that Acorus calamus ' leaves and rhizomes have antifungal and anti-yeast properties , that the plant may benefit diabetic patients, and that it indeed has some cancer-fighting abilities . (steadyhealth.com)
  • A total of fifty three organic volatile compounds of rhizomes of Nepalese Acorus calamus L were isolated and identified, which belongs to alcohol (11), aldehyde (14), ester (3), furan (1), hydrocarbon (19), ketone (4), N-containing miscellaneous (1). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Volatiles from leaves and rhizomes of fragrant Acorus spp. (storyfeed.me)
  • of Acorus calamus (ACME) and Nardostachys jatamansi (NJME) rhizomes in vitro. (fq.edu.uy)
  • The extracts compositions of Acorus calamus rhizomes and leaves collected from three different altitudes of Uttarakhand Himalayas, India. (ac.ir)
  • Antioxidant activities of methanolic extracts of sweet-flag (Acorus calamus) leaves and Rhizomes. (ac.ir)
  • 2012. Phenolic constituents from the rhizomes of Acorus gramineus and their biological evaluation on antitumor and anti-inflammatory activities. (ac.ir)
  • To study the hepatoprotective activity of an aqueous and alcoholic extract of Acorus calamus rhizomes against the paracetamol induced hepatotoxicity in rats. (innovareacademics.in)
  • Acorus is a genus of monocot flowering plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • The family has recently been resurrected as molecular systematic studies have shown that Acorus is not closely related to Araceae or any other monocot family, leading plant systematists to place the genus and family in its own order. (wikipedia.org)
  • The plants of the genus Acorus are wonderful, because although they are herbaceous and green in color, they have a very interesting ornamental value. (complete-gardening.com)
  • Plants known as acoro are perennial rhizomatous herbaceous plants that belong to the botanical genus Acorus. (complete-gardening.com)
  • Sweet flag (Acorus calamus) is mentioned in Ayurveda and belongs to the genus Acorus information regarding the chemical constituents and. (storyfeed.me)
  • Acorus calamus (family araceae) is a popular traditional medicinal plant. (fq.edu.uy)
  • Acorus calamus L. (Araceae) is an herb traditionally used in Indian and Chinees system of medicine. (ac.ir)
  • 1. [Study on GC-MS fingerprint analysis in rhizome of volatile oil of Acorus tatarinowii]. (wikidot.com)
  • Insecticidal activity of asarones identified in Acorus gramineus rhizome against three coleopteran stored-product insects. (storyfeed.me)
  • Acorus calamus rhizome extract prepared with ethanol: The comprehensive taxonomic analysis in the Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families from considers all three forms to be distinct varieties of a single species. (storyfeed.me)
  • Phytochemical and preliminary phytochemical studies on the rhizome of Acorus calamus Linn. (ac.ir)
  • 2003. Anticellular and immunosuppressive properties of ethanolic extract of Acorus calamus rhizome. (ac.ir)
  • Asaronaldehyde (2, 4, 5-trimethoxybeznaldehyde) is an active component of Acorus gramineus rhizome. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In this study, the antifungal activity of Acorus calamus rhizome extract was tested on less durable local wood species. (ansfoundation.org)
  • Based on the result it can be concluded that Acorus calamus rhizome possesses hepatoprotective effect against paracetamol-induced hepatotoxicity in rats. (innovareacademics.in)
  • An overview on traditional uses and pharmacological profile of acorus calamus Linn. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • beta]-Asarone (1-propenyl-2, 4, 5-methoxybenzol) is a compound from the traditional medical herb Acorus calamus Linn. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Isolation of β-Asarone from Acorus calamus Linn. (ptbreports.org)
  • Ameliorative Effect of Methanolic Extract of Allium cepa on Anticonvulsant Activity of Chloroform Extract of Acorus calamus Linn. (ptbreports.org)
  • 48. Acorus Calamus, Linn. (henriettes-herb.com)
  • Evaluation of phytoconstituents of three plants Acorus calamus linn. (bvsalud.org)
  • Interaction of hydroalcoholic extract of Acorus calamus Linn. (bvsalud.org)
  • Acorus tatarinowii, a relative of Acorus calamus found in China known locally as 'Shi-Chang-Pu', was shown to contain the following compounds in the essential oil steam distilled from the root. (wikidot.com)
  • Mode of action of Acorus calamus L. Allelopathic effect of Acorus tatarinowii upon algae. (storyfeed.me)
  • Acorus tatarinowii Schott were collected in Bozhou, China. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Although this plant is cited in the ethnographic and ethnobotanical literature as Acorus calamus , the distribution of the tribes reported to use Acorus corresponds to the range of the native species. (tolweb.org)
  • Asarones from Acorus calamus in combination with azoles and amphotericin B: a novel synergistic combination to compete against human pathogenic Candida species in vitro. (nih.gov)
  • Botanists distinguish between the Acorus species by the number of prominent leaf veins. (anniesremedy.com)
  • others list them as separate species: (1) A. calamus Shui Chang Pu and (2) Acorus gramineus (syn. (stuartxchange.org)
  • 4 Mean cover, % 42 53 12 Species Acorus calamus 4 1 -- Alisma plantago-aquatica 24 15 7 Amblystegium riparium -- 3 -- Batrachium sp. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The morphological distinction between the Acorus species is made by the number of prominent leaf veins. (scientificlib.com)
  • Introduction A B S T R A C T In this study cytotoxic effect of Acorus calamus extract was evaluated on breast carcinoma (MCF-7) cell lines. (docplayer.net)
  • Hydroalcoholic extract of Acorus calamus (HAE- AC , 100 and 200 mg/kg, p.o. ) and pregabalin (10 mg/kg, p.o. ) were administered from the day of surgery for 14 days. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In current research work we deal with the nature of the absorption and spectra of extract of Acorus calamus , Artemisia absinthium and Bergenia himalaica using FTIR spectroscopic technique. (bvsalud.org)
  • Products derived from Acorus calamus were banned in 1968 as food additives by the United States Food and Drug Administration. (wikipedia.org)
  • Acorus calamus, also known as "Vacha" in Sanskrit has been used for various reasons in different parts of the world. (planetayurveda.com)
  • The constituents and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil from Acorus calamus were analysed. (scialert.net)
  • Active chemical constituents in Acorus calamus L. Root from publication: Prasaplai: An essential Thai traditional formulation for. (storyfeed.me)
  • In vitro acetyl cholinesterase inhibitory activity of essential oil from Acorus calamus and its main constituents. (ansfoundation.org)
  • Acorus calamus is the botanical name of the plant more commonly known as calamus. (blogspot.fr)
  • naturalized in Europe, North America, Java and New Guinea Acorus gramineus Sol. (wikipedia.org)
  • Acorus calamus, a sterile triploid, was introduced to North America by early European settlers, who grew it for medicinal uses. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • The present investigation describes the synergistic anticandidal activity of two asarones (∞ and β) purified from Acorus calamus in combination with three clinically used antifungal drugs (fluconazole, clotrimazole, and amphotericin B). The synergistic anticandidal activities of asarones and drugs were assessed using the checkerboard microdilution and time-kill assays. (nih.gov)
  • Three medicinally important plants Swertia ciliata , Acorus calamus and Viola serpens were evaluated for their antifungal activities. (plantsjournal.com)
  • Traditional uses of wetland medicinal plant Acorus calamus: review and perspectives. (ac.ir)
  • Sprouting from the edges of lakes, ponds, and streams in muddy - and often stinky - areas, sweet flag ( Acorus calamus ) is quite an unusual plant. (steadyhealth.com)
  • Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus) is a marshland plant with orange scented leaves, used since Hippocrates' day (460-377 BCE) for curing toothache and dysentery. (magicgardenseeds.com)
  • Acorus Calamus translates as medical plant" and indicates this company's work in the marketing of both tea and herbs. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Acorus calamus is a plant known to be calming and stimulating gastric secretions. (wildchronicle.com)
  • Present study investigated the attenuating role of Acorus calamus plant extract in chronic constriction injury (CCI) of sciatic nerve induced peripheral neuropathy in rats. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Acorus is the Latin form of the Greek word, akoron, an ancient plant name. (ngpherbaria.org)
  • Acorus calamus ( A. calamus ) has been used as a medicinal plant in Asia for its effects on digestive system for the last 2000 years. (ac.ir)
  • MCF-7 cells were cultured in DMEM medium and incubated with different concentrations (18.75, 37.5, 75, 150 and 300 g/ml) of Acorus calamus methanol extract. (docplayer.net)
  • In modern times, scientific studies have confirmed at least 10 uses for Acorus calamus (sweet flag) . (steadyhealth.com)
  • Respected Readers, I am going to planting or farming acorus calamus, a scientific name ( Bojho in Nepali) in my village Okhuldhunga,Nepal. (blogspot.fr)
  • Respected Readers, I am going to planting or farming acorus calamus, a scientific name ( Bojho in Nepali) in my village Okhuldhunga,Nepal if anybody going to purchase my products then please inform me through mail i.e. [email protected] (blogspot.fr)
  • Acorus calamus is a grass like perennial, pale to dark brown and spongy on the inside, up to 80 cm long, linear to narrowly ensiform or sword shaped, glossy bright green. (tolweb.org)
  • Acorus gramineus is an evergreen Perennial growing to 0.3 m (1ft) by 0.2 m (0ft 8in). (pfaf.org)
  • Acorus calamus has traditionally been used for numerous different ailments, ranging from colic in babies to depression and even tumors. (steadyhealth.com)
  • Therefore, this study aims to characterize nanoparticle of the combination of garlic ( Allium sativum ), temu mangga ( Curcuma mangga ) and jeringau ( Acorus calamus ) encapsulated by chitosan. (phcogj.com)
  • the simplicial of garlic ( Allium sativum ), temu mangga ( Curcuma mangga ) and jeringau ( Acorus calamus ) was purchased from Materia Medica Batu Malang Indonesia. (phcogj.com)
  • Chitosan-garlic nanoparticles (Allium sativum), temu mangga ( Curcuma mangga ) and jeringau ( Acorus calamus ) were successfully produced with ionic gelation method. (phcogj.com)
  • Red Jeringau (Acorus calamus L.) is one of the endemic plants of West Kalimantan which contains antibacterial, phytochemical, and antioxidant activity. (poltekkes-pontianak.ac.id)
  • Abstrak Jeringau Merah (Acorus calamus L.) merupakan salah satu tanaman endemik Kalimantan Barat yang mengandung antibakteri, ftokimia, dan aktivitas antioksidan. (poltekkes-pontianak.ac.id)
  • Acorus calamus has a neuroprotective effect against middle cerebral artery occlusion-induced ischaemia in rat. (greenmedinfo.health)
  • 1956. A note on the preliminary studies of certain pharmacological actions of Acorus calamus L. J Am Pharm Assoc Am Pharm Assoc, 45:655-656. (ac.ir)
  • 10 Uses For Acorus Calamus (Sweet Flag): Cure-All Wonder Drug Or Grave Danger? (steadyhealth.com)
  • Proponents of Ayurvedic medicine will tell you that Acorus calamus (sweet flag) will cure pretty much anything. (steadyhealth.com)
  • Acorus Calamus: Use Sweet Flag For Gastrointestinal Ailments (Ulcers, Upset Stomach, Flatulence)? (steadyhealth.com)
  • In your search for natural remedies, you may wonder whether Acorus calamus (sweet flag) could help you out. (steadyhealth.com)
  • 6 ] This conclusion, alongside studies that confirm sweet flag's carcinogenic potential [ 7 ], should lead anyone with safe alternatives to seriously question their intention to use Acorus calamus as a medicine. (steadyhealth.com)
  • So, let's say you live in a developed country and wanted to use Acorus calamus for your gastrointestinal issues simply because you prefer natural or alternative medicine - rather than, say, living in rural Bangladesh wanting to take sweet flag simply because your doctor prescribed it. (steadyhealth.com)
  • Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag, Calamus root) grows in nothern latitudes around the globe. (bouncingbearbotanicals.com)
  • Aquatics surrounding a wild pond will include hottonia palustris (water violet) and acorus calamus (sweet flag). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The leaves of sweet flag (Acorus calamus L.) contain high amts. (fq.edu.uy)
  • Acorus gramineus Sweet Flag has golden variegated, butter-yellow sword-like blades to add contrast in the landscape. (nurserylive.com)
  • The sympodial leaf of Acorus calamus is somewhat shorter than the vegetative leaves. (anniesremedy.com)
  • Acorus leaves are still scattered today on festival days. (anniesremedy.com)
  • The antimelanogenic and antioxidant activities of the essential oil extracted from the leaves of Acorus macrospadiceus (Yamamoto) F. N. Wei et Y. K. Li have never been explored. (hindawi.com)
  • of Acorus calamus leaves. (fq.edu.uy)
  • The study established anti-inflammatory activity of the leaves of Acorus calamus. (fq.edu.uy)
  • The generic name is the Latin word acorus , which is derived from the Greek άχόρου (áchórou) of Dioscorides (note different versions of the text have different spellings). (wikipedia.org)
  • Comparatively, antimicrobial properties of Acorus spp. (storyfeed.me)
  • 1 Kilogram/Kilograms Calamus Root, Acorus calamus 20:1 (Min. (alibaba.com)
  • In terms of Triploid Form, our calamus root is 'Acorus Calamus var. (starwest-botanicals.com)
  • Acorus calamus Root for Sale. (bouncingbearbotanicals.com)
  • Acorus Calamus root has a long history of usage with reports of usage in Chinese medicine possibly dating back prior to 2,000 BC and many Native American tribes have used it for centuries. (bouncingbearbotanicals.com)
  • Walt Whitman enjoyed the effects of Acorus Calamus root during long walks in the country and wrote lovingly of it in many of his poems. (bouncingbearbotanicals.com)
  • Acorus is an antioxidant that has special effects on the central nervous system and used to treat a broad range of brain conditions, including stroke. (anniesremedy.com)
  • Acorus calamus has insulin releasing and alpha-glucosidase inhibitory activity, confirming its traditional use in American and Indonesia for diabetes. (greenmedinfo.health)
  • Acorus calamus is sterile, due to the fact that it has a triploid number of chromosomes (having a chromosome number that is 3 times the basic or haploid number). (tolweb.org)
  • Acorus can blunt gastric upset during the acute phase of drug withdrawal. (anniesremedy.com)
  • Acorus calamus is slightly tonic but forms a useful adjunct to other tonics and stimulants. (blogspot.fr)
  • Acorus calamus provides aid to the digestive system and acts against flatulent colic, Dyspepsia, and vomiting. (blogspot.fr)