The sumac plant family in the order Sapindales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida. They are tropical and subtropical trees, shrubs, and woody vines that have resin ducts in the bark. The sap of many of the species is irritating to the skin.
A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE. This is the source of the familiar cashew nuts, which are heat treated to remove the irritant toxin. Cashew nut shell liquid (frequently abbreviated as CNSL) is a major source of alkenyl phenolic compounds, especially ANACARDIC ACIDS, cardol, and cardanol.
A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE best known for the edible fruit.
A plant genus of the family Anacardiaceae, order Sapindales, subclass Rosidae. It is a source of gallotannin (TANNIC ACID) and of somewhat edible fruit. Do not confuse with TOXICODENDRON which used to be part of this genus.
A genus (formerly part of Rhus genus) of shrubs, vines, or trees that yields a highly allergenic oleoresin which causes a severe contact dermatitis (DERMATITIS, TOXICODENDRON). The most toxic species are Toxicodendron vernix (poison sumac), T. diversilobum (poison oak), and T. radicans (poison ivy). T. vernicifera yields a useful varnish from which certain enzymes (laccases) are obtained.
The outer layer of the woody parts of plants.
Concentrated pharmaceutical preparations of plants obtained by removing active constituents with a suitable solvent, which is evaporated away, and adjusting the residue to a prescribed standard.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)

Route of tracer administration does not affect ileal endogenous nitrogen recovery measured with the 15N-isotope dilution technique in pigs fed rapidly digestible diets. (1/47)

The (15)N-isotope dilution technique ((15)N-IDT), with either pulse-dose oral administration or continuous i.v. administration of [(15)N]-l-leucine (carotid artery), both at 5 mg/(kg body weight . d), was used to measure ileal (postvalve T-cecum cannula) endogenous nitrogen recovery (ENR) in pigs (9 +/- 0.6 kg). Diets were cornstarch, enzyme-hydrolyzed casein with no (control) or high (4%) content of quebracho extract (Schinopsis spp.) rich in condensed tannins. Blood was sampled from a catheter in the external jugular vein. Mean plasma (15)N-enrichment at d 8-10 was higher (P = 0.0009) after i.v. than after oral administration [0.0356 vs. 0.0379 atom% excess (APE)]. Plasma (15)N-enrichment for i.v. infused pigs was 0.01117 APE higher (P < 0.0001) and for orally dosed pigs 0.0081 APE lower (P < 0.0001) at 11 h postprandial compared with 1 h postprandial. Apparent ileal N digestibility was higher (P < 0.0001) for the control (85.5%) than for the quebracho diet (69.5%). ENR was calculated from the ratio of (15)N-enrichment of plasma and digesta. The ENR for the quebracho diet was approximately 300% higher than for the control diet (6.03 vs. 1.94 g/kg dry matter intake, P < 0.001). The real N digestibility (92.2 +/- 0.4%) was equal for both diets (P = 0.1030) and both tracer methods (P = 0.9730). We concluded that oral administration of [(15)N]leucine provides reasonable estimates of ENR in pigs fed semipurified diets with high or low content of tannins; however, one must be careful in extrapolating this conclusion to studies with other protein sources or feeding frequencies.  (+info)

Ileal endogenous nitrogen recovery is increased and its amino acid pattern is altered in pigs fed quebracho extract. (2/47)

Ileal endogenous nitrogen recovery (ENR) in pigs (9 +/- 0.6 kg body weight) was estimated simultaneously using the (15)N-isotope dilution technique ((15)N-IDT) and the peptide alimentation ultrafiltration (UF) method. Diets were cornstarch, enzyme-hydrolyzed casein with no (control) or high (4%) content of quebracho extract (Schinopsis spp.) rich in condensed tannins. The amino acid (AA) pattern of the ENR was also determined. The ENR of pigs fed the quebracho diet was higher (P = 0.0001) than that of pigs fed the control diet [6.00 vs. 1.95 g/kg dry matter intake (DMI) for the (15)N-IDT and 5.18 vs. 1.49 g/kg DMI for the UF method, respectively]. With the (15)N-IDT, ENR values were 0.44-0.79 g/kg DMI (24%) higher (control P = 0.0032, quebracho P = 0.0002) than for the UF method. Apparent nitrogen digestibility depended on diet (69.0% quebracho vs. 86.0% control, P = 0.0001). Real nitrogen digestibility (RD-N) determined by the UF method was higher (P = 0.0001) for the control than for the quebracho diet (91.4 vs. 88.2%). Corresponding values for the (15)N-IDT did not differ (P = 0.0569) between diets (92.8 vs. 91.4%). The (15)N-IDT gave higher values for RD-N of both diets (control P = 0.0030, quebracho P = 0.0002) compared with the UF method. Endogenous AA recoveries (g/kg DMI) were increased 300% (P = 0.0001) and the AA-pattern of ENR was changed (P from 0.0001 to 0.7530 for different AA) by the quebracho diet. A constant AA-pattern of ENR cannot be assumed. Despite limitations of both techniques, the (15)N-IDT and the UF method gave similar results with respect to ENR.  (+info)

Domestication of a Mesoamerican cultivated fruit tree, Spondias purpurea. (3/47)

Contemporary patterns of genetic variation in crops reflect historical processes associated with domestication, such as the geographic origin(s) of cultivated populations. Although significant progress has been made in identifying several global centers of domestication, few studies have addressed the issue of multiple origins of cultivated plant populations from different geographic regions within a domestication center. This study investigates the domestication history of jocote (Spondias purpurea), a Mesoamerican cultivated fruit tree. Sequences of the chloroplast spacer trnG-trnS were obtained for cultivated and wild S. purpurea trees, two sympatric taxa (Spondias mombin var. mombin and Spondias radlkoferi), and two outgroups (S. mombin var. globosa and Spondias testudinus). A phylogeographic approach was used and statistically significant associations of clades and geographical location were tested with a nested clade analysis. The sequences confirm that wild populations of S. purpurea are the likely progenitors of cultivated jocote trees. This study provides phylogeographic evidence of multiple domestications of this Mesoamerican cultivated fruit tree. Haplotypes detected in S. purpurea trees form two clusters, each of which includes alleles recovered in both cultivated and wild populations from distinct geographic regions. Cultivated S. purpurea populations have fewer unique trnG-trnS alleles than wild populations; however, five haplotypes were absent in the wild. The presence of unique alleles in cultivation may reflect contemporary extinction of the tropical dry forests of Mesoamerica. These data indicate that some agricultural habitats may be functioning as reservoirs of genetic variation in S. purpurea.  (+info)

Polyphenols purified from the Brazilian aroeira plant (Schinus terebinthifolius, Raddi) induce apoptotic and autophagic cell death of DU145 cells. (4/47)

Polyphenols extracted from many plants have shown antiproliferative and antitumor activities in a wide range of carcinogenesis models. The antiproliferative effects of polyphenols purified from the Brazilian aroeira plant (Schinus terebinthifolius, Raddi) were investigated on the androgen-insensitive DU145 human prostatic carcinoma cell line. A F3 fraction purified from leaf extract inhibited the DU145 cell proliferation more than 30-fold compared to the crude extract. By flow cytometric analysis, the polyphenol fraction was demonstrated to induce G0/G1 cell growth arrest and cell apoptosis. This apoptosis was evidenced by caspase 3 stimulation in F3-treated cells as compared to crude extract treated cells. The acid phosphatase activity of lysosomes was strongly activated in the lysosomal fraction of the F3-treated DU145 cells. This lysosomal activation, together with the appearance of autophagic vacuoles, suggests that "type 2 physiological cell death" was also involved in this antiproliferative effect. HPLC analysis of this F3 fraction showed 18 different subfractions. Among these subfractions, F3-3, F3-7 and F3-13 strongly inhibited DU145 cell proliferation in a dose-dependent manner. However, the nature of these polyphenols remains unknown since only one (Isoquercitrin) of the tested pure polyphenols co-migrated with F3-13. Since lysosomotropic drugs are considered as possible regulators of lysosome activity, aroeira polyphenols could target lysosomes of prostatic cancer cells to induce autophagic cell death.  (+info)

General synthesis for chiral 4-alkyl-4-hydroxycyclohexenones. (5/47)

[reaction: see text] Some selective transformations of resorcinol-derived cyclohexadienone are reported. Efforts led to a structure reported to display anticancer properties. On the basis of the results, the structures for natural products reported to contain a 4,6-dihydroxy-4-alkyl-cyclohexenone nucleus are corrected.  (+info)

Vasorelaxant and hypotensive effects of Sclerocarya birrea (A Rich) Hochst (Anacardiaceae) stem bark aqueous extract in rats. (6/47)

The vasorelaxant and hypotensive effects of Sclerocarya birrea stem bark aqueous extract have been examined in rat experimental paradigms. Cumulative additions of S birrea stem bark aqueous extract (SBE 12.5-200 mg/ml) to the bath fluid induced concentration-dependent relaxations of endothelium- containing normotensive Wistar rat isolated aortic rings pre-contracted with noradrenaline (NA). The vasorelaxant effect of SBE on endothelium-containing isolated aortic rings was annulled by removal of the functional endothelium (in endothelium-denuded normotensive Wistar rat isolated aortic rings), or by pretreatment of the endothelium-containing isolated aortic rings with NG-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME), an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthase (NOS). Bolus intravenous administrations of the plant extract (SBE 25-400 mg/kg iv) caused transient, dose-dependent and significant (p < 0.05-0.001) reductions in systemic arterial blood pressure and heart rates of anaesthetised normotensive and hypertensive Dahl salt-sensitive rats. The findings of this experimental animal study suggest that S birrea stem bark aqueous extract relaxes normotensive Wistar rat aortic vascular smooth muscle via endothelium-dependent nitric oxide (NO); and that the hypotensive effect of the plant extract is likely to be mediated, at least in part, through nitric oxide synthase activation and subsequent nitric oxide release.  (+info)

Induction of apoptosis on human hepatocarcinoma cell lines by an alkyl resorcinol isolated from Lithraea molleoides. (7/47)

AIM: To study the mechanism of cytotoxicity of a new active 5-alkyl resorcinol [1, 3-dihydroxy-5- (tridec-4', 7'-dienyl) benzene] isolated from Lithraea molleoides leaves on liver tumor cells. METHODS: Human hepatocarcinoma cell lines (HepG2 and Hep3B) in culture were treated with inhibitory concentrations, 50% of the compound, for 24 h. The induction of apoptosis was detected in treated cells by analysis of DNA fragmentation, DNA content, and acridine orange and propidium iodide staining. RESULTS: After 24 h of 5-alkyl resorcinol treatment, both cell lines showed: (1) the typical morphological alterations of apoptosis; (2) DNA fragmentation, detected by laddering and appearance of a subG0 population by flow cytometry; and (3) condensed and fragmented nuclei by acridine orange-propidium iodide staining. CONCLUSION: Based on the results, this compound exerts its cytotoxic effect in both hepatocellular cell lines through apoptotic cell death. For Hep3B, cells with mutated p53 and Fas, apoptosis would proceed by p53- or Fas-independent pathways.  (+info)

Colonization patterns of the invasive Brazilian peppertree, Schinus terebinthifolius, in Florida. (8/47)

Invasive species are believed to spread through a process of stratified dispersal consisting of short-distance diffusive spread around established foci and human mediated long-distance jumps. Brazilian peppertree (Schinus terebinthifolius), native to South America, was introduced twice as an ornamental plant into Florida, USA, just over 100 years ago. A previous study indicated that these two introductions were from genetically differentiated source populations in the native range. In this study, we took advantage of these contrasting genetic signatures to study the spatial spread of Brazilian peppertree across its entire range in Florida. A combination of spatial genetic and geostatistical analyses using chloroplast and nuclear microsatellite markers revealed evidence for both diffusive dispersal and long-distance jumps. Chloroplast DNA haplotype distributions and extensive bands of intra-specific hybridization revealed extensive dispersal by both introduced populations across the state. The strong genetic signature around the original introduction points, the presence of a general southeast to northwest genetic cline, and evidence for short-distance genetic spatial autocorrelation provided evidence of diffusive dispersal from an advancing front, probably by birds and small mammals. In the northernmost part of the range, there were patches having a high degree of ancestry from each introduction, suggesting long-distance jump dispersal, probably by the movement of humans. The evidence for extensive movement throughout the state suggests that Brazilian peppertree will be capable of rapidly recolonizing areas from which it has been eradicated. Concerted eradication efforts over large areas or the successful establishment of effective biocontrol agents over a wide area will be needed to suppress this species.  (+info)

Plant extracts refer to the active compounds or bioactive molecules that are extracted from plants and used in the medical field for various therapeutic purposes. These extracts are obtained through various extraction methods, such as solvent extraction, steam distillation, and cold pressing, and can be used in the form of powders, liquids, or capsules. Plant extracts have been used for centuries in traditional medicine and are now widely used in modern medicine as well. They are used to treat a wide range of conditions, including inflammation, pain, anxiety, depression, and cancer. Some examples of plant extracts used in medicine include aspirin (extracted from willow bark), quinine (extracted from cinchona bark), and morphine (extracted from opium poppy). Plant extracts are also used in the development of new drugs and therapies. Researchers extract compounds from plants and test them for their potential therapeutic effects. If a compound shows promise, it can be further developed into a drug that can be used to treat a specific condition. It is important to note that while plant extracts can be effective in treating certain conditions, they can also have side effects and may interact with other medications. Therefore, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before using plant extracts as a form of treatment.

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... s are dioecious shrubs and small trees in the family Anacardiaceae that can reach a height of one to ten metres (3-33 ft ... Anacardiaceae)". Feddes Repertorium. 120 (5-6): 293-306. doi:10.1002/fedr.200911109. Miller, Allison J.; Young, David A.; Wen, ... At its largest circumscription, Rhus, with over 250 species, has been the largest genus in the family Anacardiaceae. Other ... Miller, Allison J.; Young, David A.; Wen, Jun (2001). "Phylogeny and Biogeography of Rhus (Anacardiaceae) Based on ITS Sequence ...
Anacardiaceae, Anacardiaceae genera, Dioecious plants, Taxa named by Adolf Engler, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs). ... "Pseudospondias". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 29 ... Pseudospondias is a genus of plants in the subfamily Spondiadoideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. They grow as ...
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"Cyrtocarpa". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ... Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs, Rosid tree stubs). ... Cyrtocarpa is a genus of trees in the subfamily Spondiadoideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. Their habitat is ...
Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of Thailand, Monotypic Sapindales genera, Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae ... "Campylopetalum". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from ... in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It contains the single species Campylopetalum ...
"Faguetia". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ... Anacardiaceae genera, Flora of the Madagascar lowland forests, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs, Rosid tree stubs). ... Faguetia is a monotypic genus of trees in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ... Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of Madagascar, Monotypic Sapindales genera, ...
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"Mosquitoxylum". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 26 Jul ... Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs, Rosid tree stubs). ... Mosquitoxylum is a monotypic genus of trees in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ... Anacardiaceae, Trees of Campeche, Trees of Chiapas, Trees of Oaxaca, Trees of Quintana Roo, Trees of Tabasco, Trees of Veracruz ...
Beddome, R.H. (1869). "XXXIII: Anacardiaceae". The Flora Sylvatica for southern India. Vol. 1. Madras: Gantz Brothers. ... Quattrocchi, Umberto (2012). "Buchanania Sprengel Anacardiaceae". CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants: ...
Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of Mexico, Monotypic Sapindales genera, Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae ... "Bonetiella". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ... Bonetiella is a monotypic genus of shrubs in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ...
"Cardenasiodendron". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived ... Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of Bolivia, Trees of Bolivia, Monotypic Sapindales genera, Anacardiaceae genera, Dioecious plants ... All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs, Rosid tree stubs). ... Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ...
Anacardiaceae, Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs). ... "Fegimanra". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ... Fegimanra is a small genus of trees in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. They grow ...
"Laurophyllus". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Archived from the ... Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of the Cape Provinces, Monotypic Sapindales genera, Anacardiaceae genera, Dioecious plants, All ... is a monotypic genus of dioecious shrubs in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ...
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Anacardiaceae, Anacardiaceae genera, All stub articles, Anacardiaceae stubs). ... "Pegia". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 28 Jul 2015. " ... Pegia is a genus of plants in the subfamily Spondiadoideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. Pegia species grow as ...
"Orthopterygium". Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae molecular systematics and taxonomic research. anacardiaceae.org. Retrieved 26 ... Anacardiaceae, Endemic flora of Peru, Monotypic Sapindales genera, Anacardiaceae genera, Dioecious plants, All stub articles, ... is a monotypic genus of dioecious plants in the subfamily Anacardioideae of the cashew and sumac family Anacardiaceae. It ...
Anacardiaceae indet. Caryophyllales indet. Malvaceae indet. Menispermacae indet. Sapotaceae indet. Ulmaceae indet. Vitaceae ...
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Mitchell, John D. (1990). "The Poisonous Anacardiaceae Genera of the World". Advances in Economic Botany. 8: 103-129. JSTOR ... ISBN 0-207-16930-6. Engler, A. (1883). "Burseraceae et Anacardiaceae". In Alphonso de Candolle; Casimir de Candolle (eds.). ... Aguilar-Ortigoza, Carlos J.; Sosa, Victoria; Aguilar-Ortigoza, Marcial (2003). "Toxic Phenols in Various Anacardiaceae Species ... Like many other species in the family Anacardiaceae, this tree may cause severe allergic responses after contact with it. The ...
... is a species of plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It is found in India and Sri Lanka. It is threatened by ... "Nothopegia beddomei - ANACARDIACEAE". biotik.org. Archived from the original on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 2014-06-14. "Nothopegia ...
Anacardiaceae) from Brazil". International Journal of Acarology. 25 (3): 183-8. doi:10.1080/01647959908684151. Media related to ...
"Blepharocarya involucrigera (Anacardiaceae)". Leaf Whispering in the Tropics. Retrieved 12 October 2020. Beasley, John (2009). ... Blepharocarya involucrigera is a tree in the sumac family Anacardiaceae. It is endemic to Queensland, Australia. Common names ... Anacardiaceae, Trees of Australia, Taxa named by Ferdinand von Mueller, Endemic flora of Queensland, Taxa described in 1878). ... As with many other plants in the Anacardiaceae family, contact with the resin or other parts of the tree can cause severe ...
Allergic Contact Dermatitis due to Anacardiaceae Plants. Members of the family Anacardiaceae cause more cases of allergic ... Rhus is the largest genus in the family Anacardiaceae, but it does not contain the allergenic plants, most of which belong to ... Blister fluid does not contain urushiol; the vesicles and bullae of dermatitis due to poison ivy or other Anacardiaceae plants ... Poison sumac species (genus Toxicodendron, family Anacardiaceae) have white-to-green hanging fruits. The black-spot test helps ...
A comprehensive review of medicinal Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae): Botany, traditional use A comprehensive review of medicinal ... Anacardiaceae; Botânica; Plantas Medicinais; Toxicodendron; Etnofarmacologia; Plantas Medicinais/química; Fitoterapia; ... Anacardiaceae Idioma: Inglês Revista: J Ethnopharmacol Ano de publicação: 2024 Tipo de documento: Artigo ... Anacardiaceae Idioma: Inglês Revista: J Ethnopharmacol Ano de publicação: 2024 Tipo de documento: Artigo ...
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The family Anacardiaceae, which includes poison ivy, probably accounts for more cases of than all other plant families combined ... The plant family Anacardiaceae contains other species that also contain urushiol and cross-react with poison ivy. Mango contact ... Plants of the family Anacardiaceae (eg, poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, mango) ...
A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE that is the source of anacarcin forte. The nut milk extract is cytotoxic. ... A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE that is the source of anacarcin forte. The nut milk extract is cytotoxic.. ... Género de plantas de la familia ANACARDIACEAE. El extracto de su nuez es citotóxico.. ...
Background: The growing desires to combat antibiotic resistance among pathogenic bacteria necessitate the need to search for new antimicrobials agents from other sources such as plants.Objectives: The present study investigated the antibacterial activities and bioactive components of Nymphaea lotus and Spondias mombin against selected clinical bacteria.Material and Methods: Extracts of N. lotus and S. mombin were prepared by 72 hours maceration in 70% methanol. The antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) of Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterobacter aerogenes, Salmonella typhi, Staphylococcus aureus, Citrobacter freundi and, Klebsiella oxytoca against the two extracts was carried out by disk diffusion method while minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentrations (MBC) was by agar-well dilution and broth dilution method, respectively. The bioactive compounds of the plants were identified by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) analysis.Results: ...
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis due to Anacardiaceae Plants. Members of the family Anacardiaceae cause more cases of allergic ... Rhus is the largest genus in the family Anacardiaceae, but it does not contain the allergenic plants, most of which belong to ... Blister fluid does not contain urushiol; the vesicles and bullae of dermatitis due to poison ivy or other Anacardiaceae plants ... Poison sumac species (genus Toxicodendron, family Anacardiaceae) have white-to-green hanging fruits. The black-spot test helps ...
Allergic Contact Dermatitis due to Anacardiaceae Plants. Members of the family Anacardiaceae cause more cases of allergic ... Rhus is the largest genus in the family Anacardiaceae, but it does not contain the allergenic plants, most of which belong to ... Blister fluid does not contain urushiol; the vesicles and bullae of dermatitis due to poison ivy or other Anacardiaceae plants ... Poison sumac species (genus Toxicodendron, family Anacardiaceae) have white-to-green hanging fruits. The black-spot test helps ...
Anacardiaceae). It is one of the most highly valued indigenous trees of southern Africa. Reports in biomedical literature have ... Marula] (Anacardiaceae): a review of its phytochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology and its ethnomedicinal uses John A O ... Marula] (Anacardiaceae): a review of its phytochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology and its ethnomedicinal uses John A O ... Hypoglycemic effect of Sclerocarya birrea [(A. Rich.) Hochst.] [Anacardiaceae] stem-bark aqueous extract in rats. Ojewole JA. ...
Anacardiaceae. Pistacia terebinthus Bieberstein. Cu. Cyprus. Field study using chicken fertilizer and 1:1 soil and mine waste ( ...
Anacardiaceae) stem extract in vivo.. Matic S; Stanic S; Bogojevic D; Solujic S; Grdovic N; Vidakovic M; Mihailovic M. Genet ...
Anacardiaceae) used traditionally in mexico against cancer. Varela-Rodríguez L, Sánchez-Ramírez B, Rodríguez-Reyna IS, Ordaz- ...
Anacardiaceae - Preferred Concept UI. M0381135. Scope note. The sumac plant family in the order Sapindales, subclass Rosidae, ... Anacardiaceae. Scope note:. Familia de plantas del zumaque, orden Sapindales, subclase Rosidae, clase Magnoliopsida. Se trata ... Anacardiaceae Entry term(s):. Brazilian Peppertree. California Peppertree. Cotinus. Lannea. Lanneas. Lithrea. Lithreas. Marula ...
A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE.. Terms. Spondias Preferred Term Term UI T458675. Date08/23/2001. LexicalTag NON. ... A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE.. Terms. Lithrea Preferred Term Term UI T458674. Date08/23/2001. LexicalTag NON. ... Anacardiaceae Preferred Term Term UI T439455. Date03/15/2001. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID NLM (2002). ... Anacardiaceae [B01.875.800.575.912.250.044] * Anacardium [B01.875.800.575.912.250.044.277] * Mangifera [B01.875.800.575.912.250 ...
A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE.. Terms. Spondias Preferred Term Term UI T458675. Date08/23/2001. LexicalTag NON. ... A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE.. Terms. Lithrea Preferred Term Term UI T458674. Date08/23/2001. LexicalTag NON. ... Anacardiaceae Preferred Term Term UI T439455. Date03/15/2001. LexicalTag NON. ThesaurusID NLM (2002). ... Anacardiaceae [B01.875.800.575.912.250.044] * Anacardium [B01.875.800.575.912.250.044.277] * Mangifera [B01.875.800.575.912.250 ...
Family anacardiaceae poisoning (disorder) {123940002 , SNOMED-CT } Parent/Child (Relationship Type) Toxicodendron diversilobum ...
Anacardiaceae. वैज्ञानिक नाव. Mangifera indica Linn. संस्कृत नाव. Aamra. मराठी नाव. Aamba. ...
Anacardiaceae]; leaves of Psidium guajava Linn. [Myrtaceae] and the leaves of Vernonia amygdalina Del. [Compositae]; were used ...
4. Antimicrobial Activity of Schinus lentiscifolius (Anacardiaceae). Gehrke, I.T., A.T. Neto, M. Pedroso, C.P. Mostardeiro, I.B ...
It was formerly classified in the family ANACARDIACEAE. Its seeds have been used as traditional medicine and contain various ...
It was formerly classified in the family ANACARDIACEAE. Its seeds have been used as traditional medicine and contain various ...
A comprehensive review of medicinal Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae): Botany, traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology. ...
  • Rhus is the largest genus in the family Anacardiaceae, but it does not contain the allergenic plants, most of which belong to the genus Toxicodendron . (medscape.com)
  • ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Comprising of about 30 species, the genus Toxicodendron ( Anacardiaceae ) are mainly distributed in East Asia and North America . (bvsalud.org)
  • A plant genus of the family ANACARDIACEAE that is the source of anacarcin forte. (bvsalud.org)
  • Members of the family Anacardiaceae cause more cases of allergic contact dermatitis than those of all other plant families combined. (medscape.com)
  • A comprehensive review of medicinal Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae): Botany, traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology. (bvsalud.org)