Apium graveolens: A plant species of the family APIACEAE. The stalks are a food source.Apiaceae: A large plant family in the order Apiales, also known as Umbelliferae. Most are aromatic herbs with alternate, feather-divided leaves that are sheathed at the base. The flowers often form a conspicuous flat-topped umbel. Each small individual flower is usually bisexual, with five sepals, five petals, and an enlarged disk at the base of the style. The fruits are ridged and are composed of two parts that split open at maturity.Cucumis melo: A plant species of the family CUCURBITACEAE, order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae known for the melon fruits with reticulated (net) surface including cantaloupes, honeydew, casaba, and Persian melons.Cosmetics: Substances intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance without affecting the body's structure or functions. 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Outbreaks of Shigella sonnei infection associated with eating fresh parsley--United States and Canada, July-August 1998. (1/112)

In August 1998, the Minnesota Department of Health reported to CDC two restaurant-associated outbreaks of Shigella sonnei infections. Isolates from both outbreaks had two closely related pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) patterns that differed only by a single band. Epidemiologic investigations implicated chopped, uncooked, curly parsley as the common vehicle for these outbreaks. Through inquiries to health departments and public health laboratories, six similar outbreaks were identified during July-August (in California [two], Massachusetts, and Florida in the United States and in Ontario and Alberta in Canada). Isolates from five of these outbreaks had the same PFGE pattern identified in the two outbreaks in Minnesota. This report describes the epidemiologic, traceback, environmental, and laboratory investigations, which implicated parsley imported from a farm in Mexico as the source of these outbreaks.  (+info)

Effects of total coumarins of Cnidium monnieri on bone density and biomechanics of glucocorticoids-induced osteoporosis in rats. (2/112)

AIM: To evaluate the effects of total coumarins from dried fruits of Cnidium monnieri (TCCM) on glucocorticoids (GC)-induced osteoporosis (OP) in rats. METHODS: Single photon absorptiometric and biomechanical character measurements of femurs were used. RESULTS: The bone density (BD) indices in proximal, middle, and distal segments in GC group were decreased by 12% (P < 0.05), 14% (P < 0.05), and 12% (P < 0.05), respectively vs control group. The BD on proximal, middle, and distal segments in GC-TCCM group were increased by 26% (P < 0.01), 34% (P < 0.01), and 31% (P < 0.01), respectively vs GC group. The biomechanical competence in femoral middle segments in GC group tended to decrease vs control group. In GC-TCCM group, the torsional strength, energy, maximal torsional angle, and rigidity were increased by 15% (P < 0.05), 32% (P < 0.05), 14% (P > 0.05), and 13% (P > 0.05), respectively vs the GC group. CONCLUSION: TCCM not only prevented glucocorticoids-induced osteoporosis but also increased the torsional strength of femurs in rats.  (+info)

Early nuclear events in plant defence signalling: rapid gene activation by WRKY transcription factors. (3/112)

Parsley WRKY proteins comprise a family of plant-specific zinc-finger-type factors implicated in the regulation of genes associated with pathogen defence. In vitro, these proteins bind specifically to functionally defined TGAC-containing W box promoter elements within the Pathogenesis-Related Class10 (PR-10) genes. Here we present in vivo data demonstrating that WRKY1 is a transcriptional activator mediating fungal elicitor-induced gene expression by binding to W box elements. In situ RNA hybridization revealed that the WRKY1 gene is rapidly and locally activated in parsley leaf tissue around fungal infection sites. Transient expression studies in parsley protoplasts showed that a specific arrangement of W box elements in the WRKY1 promoter itself is necessary and sufficient for early activation and that WRKY1 binds to such elements. Our results demonstrate that WRKY transcription factors play an important role in the regulation of early defence-response genes including regulation of WRKY1.  (+info)

Overexpression of a designed 2.2 kb gene of eukaryotic phenylalanine ammonia-lyase in Escherichia coli. (4/112)

Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (EC 4.3.1.5) is a key enzyme in the secondary metabolism of higher plants catalyzing the non-oxidative conversion of L-phenylalanine into transcinnamate. The nucleotide sequence of its 2.2 kb gene was designed for expression in Escherichia coli and synthesized in a single reaction from 108 oligonucleotides using assembly PCR. After amplification, the gene was cloned into the expression vector pT7-7 and coexpressed with the chaperone HSP-60 system. The expression system yielded 70 mg of fully active enzyme per liter culture.  (+info)

rsmC of the soft-rotting bacterium Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora negatively controls extracellular enzyme and harpin(Ecc) production and virulence by modulating levels of regulatory RNA (rsmB) and RNA-binding protein (RsmA). (5/112)

Previous studies have shown that the production of extracellular enzymes (pectate lyase [Pel], polygalacturonase [Peh], cellulase [Cel], and protease [Prt]) and harpin(Ecc) (the elicitor of hypersensitive reaction) in Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora is regulated by RsmA, an RNA-binding protein, and rsmB, a regulatory RNA (Rsm stands for regulator of secondary metabolites) (Y. Liu et al., Mol. Microbiol. 29:219-234, 1998). We have cloned and characterized a novel regulatory gene, rsmC, that activates RsmA production and represses extracellular enzyme and harpin(Ecc) production, rsmB transcription, and virulence in E. carotovora subsp. carotovora. In an rsmC knockout mutant of E. carotovora subsp. carotovora Ecc71 carrying the chromosomal copy of the wild-type rsmA(+) allele, the basal levels of Pel, Peh, Cel, Prt, and harpin(Ecc) as well as the amounts of rsmB, pel-1, peh-1, celV, and hrpN(Ecc) transcripts are high, whereas the levels of rsmA transcripts and RsmA protein are low. Furthermore, the expression of an rsmA-lacZ gene fusion is lower in the RsmC(-) mutant than in the RsmC(+) parent. Conversely, the expression of an rsmB-lacZ operon fusion is higher in the RsmC(-) mutant than in the RsmC(+) parent. These observations establish that RsmC negatively regulates rsmB transcription but positively affects RsmA production. Indeed, comparative studies with an RsmC(-) mutant, an RsmA(-) mutant, and an RsmA(-) RsmC(-) double mutant have revealed that the negative effects on exoprotein production and virulence are due to the cumulative regulatory effects of RsmC on rsmA and rsmB. Exoprotein production by the RsmC(-) mutant is partially dependent on the quorum sensing signal, N-(3-oxohexanoyl)-L-homoserine lactone. Southern blot data and analysis of PCR products disclosed the presence of rsmC sequences in E. carotovora subsp. atroseptica, E. carotovora subsp. betavasculorum, and E. carotovora subsp. carotovora. These findings collectively support the idea that rsmA and rsmB expression in these plant pathogenic Erwinia species is controlled by RsmC or a functional homolog of RsmC.  (+info)

Phosphorylation of the parsley bZIP transcription factor CPRF2 is regulated by light. (6/112)

The analysis of the complex network of signal transduction chains has demonstrated the importance of transcription factor activities for the control of gene expression. To understand how transcription factor activities in plants are regulated in response to light, we analyzed the common plant regulatory factor 2 (CPRF2) from parsley (Petroselinum crispum L.) that interacts with promoter elements of light-regulated genes. Here, we demonstrate that CPRF2 is a phosphoprotein in vivo and that its phosphorylation state is rapidly increased in response to light. Phosphorylation in vitro as well as in vivo occurs primarily within the C-terminal half of the factor, and is caused by a cytosolic 40-kDa protein serine kinase. In contrast to other plant basic leucine-zipper motif factors, phosphorylation of CPRF2 does not alter its DNA binding activity. Therefore, we discuss alternative functions of the light-dependent phosphorylation of CPRF2 including the regulation of its nucleocytoplasmic partitioning.  (+info)

Phytophotodermatitis associated with parsnip picking. (7/112)

Phytophotodermatitis to certain plant groups is a well recognised entity. The combination of sunlight exposure and contact with plants of the umbelliferae family leads to the development of painful, erythematous, and bullous lesions and later to cutaneous hyperpigmentation. Agricultural workers and many clinicians often fail to make this link when patients present with these lesions. An incident involving 11 patients is presented to high-light this problem.  (+info)

Adipose tissue triacylglycerols of rats are modulated differently by dietary isomeric octadecenoic acids from coriander oil and high oleic sunflower oil. (8/112)

Earlier feeding studies of rats revealed that petroselinic acid [18:1(n-12)] from triacylglycerols of coriander (Coriandrum sativum) oil is extensively incorporated into the lipids of heart and liver and metabolized via beta-oxidation and chain elongation. We report here the composition and stereospecific distribution of acyl moieties, particularly isomeric octadecenoyl moieties, in adipose tissue triacylglycerols of male weaned Wistar rats fed diets containing, in addition to 20 g corn oil/kg feed, 120 g coriander oil per kg feed at a level of 63 g 18:1(n-12) moieties/100 g acyl moieties of the oil for 10 wk. For comparison, a group of rats was fed a similar corn oil-containing isocaloric diet with large proportions of oleoyl moieties [18:1(n-9)] from high oleic sunflower oil [72 g 18:1(n-9)/100 g acyl moieties of the oil]. The composition of the triacylglycerols of epididymal, subcutaneous and perirenal adipose tissues was very similar for each feeding group, broadly reflecting the composition of the dietary oils. Feeding coriander oil, compared with high oleic sunflower oil, led to extensive incorporation of 18:1(n-12) into the triacylglycerols of the adipose tissues with a concomitant significantly and dramatically lower 18:1(n-9) concentration and, as a consequence, to the generation of triacylglycerol species containing 18:1(n-12) moieties. Petroselinoyl moieties from coriander oil were esterified predominantly at the sn-1,3 positions of the adipose tissue triacylglycerols; 18:1(n-9) moieties from high oleic sunflower oil were fairly evenly distributed between the sn-1,3 and sn-2 positions. We suggest that acyltransferases involved in the biosynthesis of adipose tissue triacylglycerols direct 18:1(n-12) moieties preferentially to sn-1,3-positions.  (+info)

*Apiaceae

... was first described by John Lindley in 1836. The name is derived from the type genus Apium, which was originally used ... Apiaceae or Umbelliferae, is a family of mostly aromatic flowering plants named after the type genus Apium and commonly known ... Apiaceae vegetables including carrot, celery, fennel, parsley and parsnip, contain polyynes, an unusual class of organic ... The poisonous members of the Apiaceae have been used for a variety of purposes globally. The poisonous Oenanthe crocata has ...

*List of Apiaceae genera

This is the complete list of genera belonging to the family Apiaceae, as per the Germplasm Resources Information Network. This ...

*Astrantia bavarica

Hand, Ralf (2011). "Apiaceae". bgbm.org. Retrieved 11 June 2014. "Apiaceae Astrantia bavarica F.W.Schultz". ipni.org ( ... Astrantia bavarica, common name masterwort, is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native to Eastern alps. ...

*Sanicula bipinnata

Andy Burnham [1] Burrows, George E.; Tyrl, Ronald J. (2013). "8 Apiaceae". Toxic Plants of North America (PDF) (2nd ed.). John ...

*Carrot

The carrot is a biennial plant in the umbellifer family Apiaceae. At first, it grows a rosette of leaves while building up the ... sativus) (Apiaceae)". American Journal of Botany. 100 (5): 930-938. doi:10.3732/ajb.1300055. Rose, F. (2006). The Wild Flower ... Polyacetylenes can be found in Apiaceae vegetables like carrots where they show cytotoxic activities. Falcarinol and ... 2005). "Polyacetylenes from the Apiaceae vegetables carrot, celery, fennel, parsley, and parsnip and their cytotoxic activities ...

*Ligusticum

... (lovage, licorice root) is a genus of about 60 species of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to cool ... Apiaceae through Ericaceae. Flora of China. 14. Science Press & Missouri Botanical Garden Press. ISBN 9781930723412. Huxley, A ...

*Gaultheria

Apiaceae through Ericaceae. Flora of China. 14. Beijing and St. Louis: Science Press and Missouri Botanical Garden Press. ISBN ...

*Reveal system

Apiaceae superorder 4. Dipsacanae order 1. Dipsacales family 1. Viburnaceae family 2. Sambucaceae family 3. Adoxaceae family 4 ...

*Silaum

"Silaum". Apiaceae for Flora Nordica. Flora Nordica. Archived from the original on 27 December 2013. Retrieved 27 December 2013 ... Silaum is a genus of flowering plants in the carrot/parsley family, Apiaceae. There are currently ten species placed into the ... Plants in the genus Silaum have umbels which are characteristic of plants in the Apiaceae family (they are umbelliferous, " ... these are common throughout the Apiaceae family; the carpophore is thread or filament-shaped (filiform). In addition, Silaum ...

*APG IV system

Myodocarpaceae Doweld Apiaceae Lindl., nom. cons. (= Umbelliferae Juss., nom. cons.) Like the earlier APG systems, the APG IV ...

*Dasineura ulmariae

It is found in the Palearctic . The larvae gall Apiaceae. Fauna Europaea Bei-Bienko, G.Y. & Steyskal, G.C. (1988) Keys to the ...

*Astrantia carniolica

... , the carnic masterwort or red masterwort, is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae. It has ... "Apiaceae Astrantia carniolica Wulfen". ipni.org (International Plant Names Index). Retrieved 17 June 2015. "Astrantia ...

*Sicus ferrugineus

Apiaceae species (Parsley Petroselinum sp, . Heracleum sphondylium), Onagraceae (Chamerion angustifolium), Lamiaceae (Teucrium ...

*Phototoxin

... the carrot family of Apiaceae; some prescribed medications (such as tetracycline antibiotics); and many essential oils, ...

*T. R. Sharma

Apiaceae) from North-Western Himalayas". CYTOLOGIA. 81 (2): 161-168. doi:10.1508/cytologia.81.161. ISSN 0011-4545. Genetic ...

*Daucus

... is a worldwide genus of herbaceous plants of the family Apiaceae of which the best-known species is the cultivated ... They differ in the family Apiaceae by their leaves 2-3 pinnatisect. The end sections are always narrow. The Daucus genus are ... "Research on Daucus L (Apiaceae)". Anales Jardin Botanico De Madrid. 37: 481-533. Secretaria Regional do Ambiente e do Mar (2008 ...

*Papilio elwesi

The larvae feed on Apiaceae species. It is named for British botanist, entomologist, author, lepidopterist, collector and ...

*Flowering plant

... and the Apiaceae, or parsley family. Many of our fruits come from the Rutaceae, or rue family (including oranges, lemons, ... Apiaceae or Umbelliferae (parsley family): 3,780; Brassicaceae or Cruciferae (cabbage family): 3,710: Piperaceae (pepper family ...

*Cryptotaenia

Spalik, K.; Downie, S. R. (2007). "Intercontinental disjunctions in Cryptotaenia (Apiaceae, Oenantheae): an appraisal using ... "Circumscription of Apiaceae tribe Oenantheae" (pdf). South African Journal of Botany. 70 (3): 393-406. ...

*Eupithecia tripunctaria

The larvae feed on Apiaceae species. Taxapad Taxonomic Review of the Genus Eupithecia (Lepidoptera : Geometridae : Larentiinae ...

*Heinrich Wydler

Apiaceae) was named in his honor. WorldCat The standard author abbreviation Wydler is used to indicate this person as the ...

*APG III system

Apiales Nakai Apiaceae Lindl. (including Mackinlayaceae) Araliaceae Juss. Griseliniaceae J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. ex A.Cunn. ...

*Kenneth Kent Mackenzie

Bush) Bogin Apiaceae Pseudotaenidia montana Mack. Pseudotaenidia Mack. = Taenidia montana (Mack.) Cronquist Compositae Aster ...

*Epermenia imperialella

The larvae probably feed on Apiaceae species. "LepIndex". nhm.ac.uk. Retrieved 2015-04-29. Gaedike, R., 2008: New species and ...

*Marlothiella

... gummifera is a species of flowering plant in the Apiaceae family, and the only species in the genus Marlothiella. ... Mei (Rebecca) Liu; Ben-Erik Van Wyk & Patricia M. Tilney (2007). "A revision of the genus Marlothiella (Apiaceae)". South ...
Anthriscus sylvestris, known as cow parsley, wild chervil, wild beaked parsley, keck, or Queen Annes lace, is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant in the family Apiaceae, genus Anthriscus. Wikipedia ...
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 ...
Define Anthriscus cereifolium. Anthriscus cereifolium synonyms, Anthriscus cereifolium pronunciation, Anthriscus cereifolium translation, English dictionary definition of Anthriscus cereifolium. Noun 1. Anthriscus cereifolium - aromatic annual Old World herb cultivated for its finely divided and often curly leaves for use especially in soups and...
Author: Li, J et al.; Genre: Journal Article; Published in Print: 2007-02; Title: Simultaneous Determination of Five Bioactive Flavonoids in Hypericum japonicum Thunb by High-performance Liquid Chromatography
AbstractCoumarins are the main bioactive compounds in Peucedanum praeruptorum Dunn, a common Chinese herbal medicine. Nevertheless, the genes involved in the biosynthesis of core structure of coumarin in P. praeruptorum have not been identified yet. 4-Coumarate: CoA ligase (4CL) catalyzes the formation of hydroxycinnamates CoA esters, and plays an essential role at the divergence point from general phenylpropanoid metabolism to major branch pathway of coumarin. Here, three novel putative 4CL genes (Pp4CL1, Pp4CL7, and Pp4CL10) were isolated from P. praeruptorum. Biochemical characterization of the recombinant proteins revealed that Pp4CL1 utilized p-coumaric and ferulic acids as its two main substrates for coumarin biosynthesis in P. praeruptorum. Furthermore, Pp4CL1 also exhibited activity towards caffeic, cinnamic, isoferulic, and o-coumaric acids and represented a bona fide 4CL. Pp4CL7 and Pp4CL10 had no catalytic activity towards hydroxycinnamic acid compounds. But they had close phylogenetic
Dosis: 10-30 g/Tag In den TCM-Quellen erscheint das zu den dillartigen Gewächsen gehörende Peucedanum als wichtiges Mittel gegen zähen Schleim, sei es bei Asthma oder bei hitzigen Infektionskrankheiten. Die Studien zufolge ist Peucedanum zusätzlich ein Mittel bei metabolischem Syndrom, also bei Hypertonie, Adipositas, Diabetes und Hyperlipidämie. Zusätzlich wirkt es stark antientzündlich und krampflösend. Nykturie…
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Lichtensteinia (Apiaceae) based on morphological, anatomical and DNA sequence data. AU - Tilney, P. M.. AU - Van Wyk, B. E.. AU - Downie, S. R.. AU - Calviño, C. I.. PY - 2009/1/1. Y1 - 2009/1/1. N2 - Evolutionary relationships within the poorly known and anomalous South African endemic genus Lichtensteinia were elucidated. Phylogenetic analysis of morphological and anatomical characters suggests that there are two main groups of species, viz. the L. obscura-L. globosa-L. interrupta (including L. kolbeana) clade and the L. latifolia-L. trifida-L. lacera-L. crassijuga clade. Furthermore, Lichtensteinia is not monophyletic, with the former group allied weakly with the Namibian endemic genus Marlothiella and the latter group allied strongly with Annesorhiza macrocarpa. In contrast, the results of phylogenetic analyses of nrDNA ITS and cpDNA trnQ-5trnK sequences, separately and combined, as well as the results of a total evidence analysis of ...
2464 The Pleurospermum kamtschaticum HOFFM,. a native plant in Korea, has been known to work for digestion and stomachache while stimulating appetite. Buddlejasaponin IV(BS-IV) is one of the active components of the P. kamtschaticum. Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death or cell suicide. Anoikis is a poorly characterized form of apoptosis that occurs when adherent cells lose their integrin-mediated attachment to the extracellular matrix. Anoikis has been suggested to act as a physiological barrier to metastasis. NAG-1, a TGF-β superfamily member also has antitumorigenic activity and stimulates apoptosis in colon cancer and other cell lines. Cell viability was assessed using a MTT and Trypan Blue exclusion assay. Apoptosis was investigated in terms of DAPI staining, DNA laddering and a flow cytometry analysis. The expression of NAG-1, MAPKs and Bcl-2 family members were assessed by western blotting. In this study, we found that the methanolic extract of P. kamtschaticum and BS-IV ...
Torilis japonica is a ANNUAL growing to 1 m (3ft 3in). It is in flower from Jul to August, and the seeds ripen from Aug to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects, self.The plant is 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 dry or moist soil.
Researchers at a Portuguese University have found that coriander oil can be used effectively in treating E.Coli poisoning and other food-borne infections, including those caused by salmonella organisms. Further, the oil can be used to treat infections caused by at least twelve types of organisms.
Objective: Cervical cancer is the second most common cause of death from cancer in women throughout the world. The aim of this study was to evaluate the cytotoxic activity of Kelussia odoratissima (K. odoratissima) extract associated with radiotherapy in cervical cancer cells (HeLa cell line).Materials and Methods: Different concentration of the extract (25-500µg/ml) was tested in HeLa cell lines. Cell cytotoxicity of the extract and the effects of the extract on radiation (2Gy/min)-induced damages were assessed by MTT assay. Apoptosis was assessed using flow cytometric analysis.Result: K. odoratissima decreased cell viability in HeLa cell line in a concentration and time-dependent manner. When compared to the control,K. odoratissima induced a sub-G1 peak in the flow cytometry histogram of treated cells, indicating that apoptotic cell death is involved in K. odoratissima-induced toxicity. It was also shown that K. odoratissima sensitizes cells to radiation-induced toxicity.Conclusion: Our result showed
Based on morphology and molecular data, a new species Semenovia gyirongensis Q.Y.Xiao & X.J.He, from Gyirong County, Xizang, China, is described and illustrated. It is morphologically most similar to S. malcolmii (Hemsley & Pearson) Pimenov, but differs in its cylindric much-branched root, intensively branching long underground caudex with distinct nodes, narrowly ovate to ovate terminal leaf lobes, oblong bracts with obtuse-rounded or cuneate apex.
Isnt that pretty? Its also deadly. Umbellifers can be tasty, and they can be poisonous. And they can be both. The deadliest plant in North America is a native umbellifer, and the notorious European native pictured here is widespread in the Maryland piedmont. This specimen was right on the Billy Goat C trail. This…
Description. According to Mark Darrach et al in Lomatium tamanitchii (Apiaceae) a New Species from Oregon and Washington State, USA: «Lomatium tamanitchii (Apiaceae), is a newly discovered substrate-specific, narrow endemic species. The species grows on clay soils in grassland swales and gentle slopes in the Columbia Hills of eastern Klickitat County in south-central Washington State. A small…
Common Names golden alexanders, golden zizia Family Apiaceae Habitat moist, open woods Observed Blooming late March to mid April, 2017 late March to early May, 2016 mid April to mid May, 2015 mid April to late May, 2014 early April to mid May, 2013 early April, 2012 early April, 2011 Conservation special concern in Rhode…
... has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat common colds, headache, and rheumatoid arthritis. cells. POG dose-dependently inhibited the production of NO, TNF-, IL-1, and IL-6 that were induced by LPS. POG treatment downregulated the mRNA and protein expression inducible NO synthase ARRY-438162 cell signaling (iNOS) and cyclooxygenase 2 (COX-2) in LPS-activated RAW 264.7 macrophages in a concentration-dependent manner. Furthermore, LPS-induced JAK2/STAT3 activation was prevented in RAW 264.7 macrophages by POG treatment. STAT3 overexpression significantly reversed the effects of POG on LPS-activated RAW 264.7 macrophages. Conclusion: These results demonstrate that POG exerts anti-inflammatory effects through the inhibition of iNOS and COX-2 expression by inhibiting the phosphorylation of JAK2/STAT3. SUMMARY POG exerts anti-inflammatory effects in RAW 264.7 macrophages ...
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Does anybody know a green vegetable/herb with the scientific name Chamaele decumbens or Sium decumbens? It is a member of the Apiaceae (ex Umbelliferae) or celery family. I am trying to identify a herb being wrongly sold in Sydney as Lebanese Cress (Aethionemum cordifolium). The plant in question has pinnate leaves, inconspicuous umbels of short stemmed white flowers, and a vigorous sprawling habit due to spreading runners. From some initial research I suspect it may be Chamaele decumbens of Japanese origin, but can find no illustration or description ...
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Health Benefits of Celery - Celery is a green leafy vegetable, which belongs to the apiaceae family. The stalk of celery is most commonly consumed.
To encourage beneficial insects to populate your garden, provide them with their chosen foods and habitats. Many weeds -- including lambs-quarters, nettle, knotweed, pigweed, and cocklebur -- as well as many cultivated annuals, perennials, and herbs are food sources for two of the most important orders of beneficials: wasps and flies. Most of these plants are members of two families, the Umbelliferae and the Compositae. Umbelliferae, such as anise, carrot, caraway, coriander, dill, fennel, and parsley, have many tiny flowers arranged in tight clusters. Compositae, such as black-eyed Susan, goldenrod, and strawflower, have central disc flowers surrounded by many ray petals. Mustard flowers attract lacewings (for aphids) and parasitic wasps (for cabbage caterpillars and coddling moths; they dont bother people or pets). Rows or interplantings of these plants can support a large beneficial insect population.. ...
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Botanical Name:Myrrhis odorata Family: Apiaceae Genus: Myrrhis Species: M. odorata Kingdom:Plantae Order: Apiales Common Names: Cicely or Sweet Cicely,Myrhh
Supplementary Tables - Table S1. Obesity relevant pathways selected from Biocarta, KEGG and Reactome pathway databases Table S2. Meta-analysis of 21 SNPs in phase I MDA-GWAS and phase II NCI-GWAS Table S3. Validation of 19 SNPs in phase III MDA-Oncoarray Table S4. Enhancer and Dnase enrichment analysis for rs4601989 Table S5. Association of previous GWAS identified susceptibility loci in the current study ...
Pregnancy: Celery is contraindicated during pregnancy because it contains uterotonic and emmenagogue substances (apiol, apigenin, mirysticin).. - Sun exposure: celery contains sensitizers (bergapten).. After handling celery or undertaking celery treatments, prolonged sun exposure is not recommended. Celery components can produce redness of the skin or dermatitis.. - Anticoagulants: Celery usage is contraindicated with medicines or plants with anticoagulant effects.. It contains furanocumarins that can enhance the effect of this medication. Do not combine with medicinal anticoagulant plants plants or with anticoagulant medicins. Nor Aspirin, for example. (acetylsalicylic acid).. - Allergy: Be cautious taking celery if you are allergic to any plant. There may be an allergic cross-reactivity with cucumber, carrot, watermelon and apples. So, if you are allergic to one of these foods, do not eat celery.. ...
The structure of 2-oxo-8α-angeloyloxy-11α-acetoxy-5βH,6αH,7αH-guai-1(10),3-dien-6,12-olide, a sesquiterpenic lactone from Laserpitium prutenicum L. revision of the stereostructures of native 2-oxoguai-1(10),3-dien-6,12-olides from the species of the Umbelliferae family ...
When you use celery, you use the stalks and then discard the base, right? While the compost pile is a good place for those unusable bottoms, an even better idea is planting the celery bottoms. Find out how to plant celery bottoms here.
These days in the United States, the most grown and eaten celery is called "pascal celery." It grows in cool, moist climates and can be found fresh most times of the year. Celery is one of the most chemical-sprayed veggies out there….so always buy organic when you have the option. Make sure to rinse the stalks thoroughly to remove any dirt or lingering pesticide spray. The leaves are a good source of vitamins and minerals, so dont waste them! Need some ideas?. ...
Health Benefits of Celery:The Health Benefits of Celery include its ability to prevents cancer, reduces high blood pressure, it lowers cholesterol, manages
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Poor celery . . . unlike other veggies, this crispy, crunchy veggie often gets categorized as diet fare and dismissed as being dull. But, before you nod your
Celery has an undeserved reputation as a boring ingredient. Here are four unexpected ways to incorporate the veggie into every course of your meal!
Celery (Apium graveolens L.), one of the most important vegetables in Apiaceae family, is cultivated worldwide and utilized in food and cosmetic industries because it is an excellent source of vitamins, phenolic compounds, volatile oils and other nutrients. Celery extracts possess various medicinal properties, such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and lowering blood glucose and serum lipid levels. With the rapid advancements in molecular biology and sequencing technology, studies on celery have been performed. Numerous molecular markers and regulatory genes have been discovered and applied to improve celery. Research advances, including genetic breeding, genomics research, function genes and chemical composition, regarding celery are reviewed in this paper. Further exploration and application trends are briefly described. This review provides a reference for basic and applied research on celery, an important Apiaceae vegetable crop.
Eryngium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae. There are about 250 species. The genus has a cosmopolitan distribution, with the center of diversity in South America. Common names include eryngo and amethyst sea holly (though the genus is not related to the true hollies, Ilex). These are annual and perennial herbs with hairless and usually spiny leaves. The dome-shaped umbels of steely blue or white flowers have whorls of spiny basal bracts. Some species are native to rocky and coastal areas, but the majority are grassland plants. In the language of flowers, they represent admiration. Species are grown as ornamental plants in gardens. Numerous hybrids have been selected for garden use, of which E. × oliverianum and E. × tripartitum have gained the Royal Horticultural Societys Award of Garden Merit. Many species of Eryngium have been used as food and medicine. Eryngium campestre is used as a folk medicine in Turkey. Eryngium creticum is a herbal remedy for scorpion stings in ...
Microsatellite markers for Heracleum persicum (Apiaceae) and allied taxa: application of next-generation sequencing to develop genetic resources for invasive species ...
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Daucus is a worldwide genus of herbaceous plants of the family Apiaceae of which the best-known species is the cultivated carrot. Daucus has about 25 species. They differ in the family Apiaceae by their leaves 2-3 pinnatisect. The end sections are always narrow. The Daucus genus are annual plants or mostly biennial plants or also perennial herbs, with a bristly stem. The inflorescences are umbels. The umbel flowers are mostly white, with bracts and bracteoles. The tiny flowers are a compounded. The petals are pure white, reddish, pinkish or yellowish. They are emarginate above and have a pointed, wrapped lobules. The petals are often unequal in size, and the outermost edge of the flower is often brilliant. The fruit is ovoid to ellipsoidal, and cylindrical or compressed. The fruits have ciliated primary ribs and secondary ribs have a row of spines. Some species have a small pale or white edible root, similar to a radish, which may or may not be bitter in taste. The pollination is carried by ...
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To the best of our knowledge this is the first study regarding the reporting of B chromosomes in this plant species. During the meiotic study of Trachyspermum ammi (L.) Sprague, maximum two B chromosomes were reported in diploid plants which were retained in induced autotetraploid after the treatment of 0.2 % colchicine at seedling stage. In the present study, the meiotic behaviour of B-chromosomes was analyzed in Trachyspermum ammi (L.) Sprague. The presence of B chromosomes and their number in the plant species of higher ploidy level is controversial. The existence of B chromosomes in polyploids varies from species to species. In the present case, no change has been observed in the number of B chromosomes despite the duplication of A chromosomes in autotetraploid plant. The unaffected number of B chromosomes represents their peculiar behaviour of inheritance. The plant species show adaptive mechanism for their retention in population. In the present study, significant changes ( ...
Cilantro facts - there could be some complication regarding cilantro and also coriander - are they one as well as the same point? Basically, cilantro plant generates coriander seeds. In various other words, the plant Coriandrum Sativum is called cilantro in its initial vegetative phases while after growing as well as creating seeds it is referred to as coriander. The plant is additionally recognized by its various other names: Arab parsley, Coriandri Fructus, Dhanyaka.. Cilantro / coriander use - cilantro is allegedly a miraculous medical plant used to treat different health concerns. It excels versus loss of cravings, gastrointestinal disorder or indigestion (bowel convulsions, digestive gas). Additionally, it aids in treatment of piles, worms, joint pain and toothaches! Even fungi and bacteria created infections are stated to be dealt with successfully by cilantro. Cilantro is a culinary flavor, a flavoring broker in medications and a scent in cosmetics. ...
So what is cilantro? Coriander, also known as Cilantro is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. Did you know that Cilantro flushes mercury from the body?
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superasterids • Cladus: asterids • Cladus: euasterids II • Ordo: Apiales • Subordo: Apiineae • Familia: Apiaceae • Subfamilia: Saniculoideae • Tribus: Saniculeae • Genus: Eryngium • Species: Eryngium aquaticum L. ...
Editorial Note: Skin disorders appear to represent a widespread but largely unrecognized problem among supermarket employees. Many of the rashes among these workers appear to be phytophotodermatitis, a well-circumscribed rash evoked by contact with linear furanocoumarins (psoralens), followed by exposure of the skin to long-wave ultraviolet light (350 nm). It is associated with exposure to a wide variety of fruits, flowers, and vegetables, including celery, dill, parsley, oil from lime peels, parsnip, oil of Bergamont, and chrysanthemums. Exposure to sunlight is sufficient to provoke phytophotodermatitis following contact with psoralens. However, the use of artificial ultraviolet light in tanning salons appears in the present instance to have enhanced this effect. In phytophotodermatitis, the reaction is typically confined to the initial site of contact and is characterized by redness and blistering in the absence of itching and by residual hyperpigmentation (1). This type of reaction differs ...
In the determination of parsley (Petroselinum crispum, Apiaceae) used in In Morocco, used to treat cardiovascular diseases such as arterial hypertension, found that The oral administration of CAE (3g/kg) inhibited significantly (p,0.001) platelet aggregation ex vivo and prolonged bleeding time (p,0.001) without changes in the platelet amount. The prolongation of bleeding time by CAE may be attributed to the observed inhibition of platelet aggregation. These effects could be related in part to the polyphenolic compounds present in the extract. These results support the hypothesis that the dietary intake of parsley may be benefit in the normalization of platelet hyperactivation, in the nutritional prevention of cardiovascular diseases and are potentially interesting in the development of new prevention strategies, according to "Parsley extract inhibits in vitro and ex vivo platelet aggregation and prolongs bleeding time in rats" by Gadi D, Bnouham M, Aziz M, Ziyyat A, Legssyer A, Legrand C, Lafeve ...
Eat the garnish!! Parsley (Petroselinum crispum and Petroselinum crispum var neapolitanum (flat leaf)) of the Umbelliferae family is hardly just a garnish.. Description: Soft, rounded, leafy mound. Height 2-3 feet; width 10 inches. Flowers are green-yellow in umbels. Leaves are divided, feathery with strong aroma. Fruit is oval and compressed. The long taproot is spindly, thick and resembles small parsnips. Blooms in the second summer.. Cultivation: Two types: curly and Italian (flat leaf) A biennial hardy to Zone 3. Germination is from 2-3 weeks but can sometimes take 2 months. Presoak to hasten. Space 6-10 inches. Soil should be fairly rich, moist, and well drained especially in winter with a pH of 6-8 and soil temperature of 70o. Full sun or partial shade. Parsley is a slow germinator. Its been said that it goes to the devil nine times and back before it sprouts and that a pregnant woman planting it speeds germination. Propagate by seed which can be planted 2 weeks before the last frost. ...
Photo courtesy of Georg M. Kissling. Oenanthe also produces a delirium in which the patient becomes as if drunken, there is stupefaction, obscuration of vision, and fainting.. The Greek name of the plant signifies wine flower, and so-called on account of its producing a condition similar to wine drunkenness, and there is a difference, so I have heard, between wine and other beverages in this respect.. Hiccoughs are also produced by the drug.. There is also great heat in the throat and stomach and a desire to vomit and to have stool, and a great deal of weakness of the limbs and cardialgia.. Like other members of the same family, as Conium, it produces very much vertigo, this has always present in the cases of poisoning with the plant. In a number of cases who had been poisoned by the drug the hair and nails fell out.. Homeopathic Action And Applicability. The uses of Oenanthe, homeopathically, have been taken from the reports above mentioned the drug has never been proved, and it is doubtful ...
Cilantro has a mild peppery taste, flat leaves and is similar looking to flat-leafed parsley. It is a family member of the carrot family - and as you can tell from its looks, the tops of this wonderful herb resemble that of a carrot top.. Cilantro is great as an edible garnish. If you mince it and sprinkle any dish you have before you, literally, including your breakfast eggs, you will receive its curing and healing attributes of the cilantro herb.. But I have recently resurrected its importance in being a main point in my daily diet. After a little research, I learned that cilantro seems to have some very interesting (and affordable) super health benefits and can be seen as a major cleaner of the body in ridding heavy metals such as mercury, lead and aluminum from ones body.. Yes, theres more people, cilantro is also a blood cleaner. And heck why not eat what you love and detox your body simultaneously?. It seems that for years there have been drugs available to help rid the body of the ...
Coriander is an annual herb, genus Coriandrum in the family Apiaceae, native to southern Europe and North Africa to Southwestern Asia. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most commonly used in cooking. It has been found to process certain health effects on skin(2083)(2084) and menstrual disorder(2085)(2086)[due to high concentration of carotenoids], oxidative stress(2087)(2088), liver damage(2089)(2090), cognitive degeneration(2091) and degenerative symptoms(2092)(2093)[such as anxiety, depression and memory loss], impairment(2091)(2092), cholesterol(2094)(2095), gastrointestinal disorders(2096)(2097)(2098), hypertension(2096), infection(2099) and inflammation(2098)(2099), anemia(2100), immune respond(2101 ...
The Pleurotus eryngii species-complex includes taxa of the northern hemisphere growing in association with plants of the family Apiaceae (umbellifers). In this study, 45 Pleurotus strains were isolate
The following monograph on fennel is an excerpt from the forthcoming book The Essential Guide to Western Botanical Medicine. Botanical Name(s): Foeniculum vulgare, F. vulgare var. ruburum, F. vulgare var. dulce, F. vulgare var. vulgare, F. vulgare var. azoricum Common Name(s): Fennel, bronze fennel,bitter fennel, sweet fennel, fenkel, hinojo (Spanish), finocchio (Italian), shatapushpa (Sanskrit), xiao hui xiang (Chinese) Family Name: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)
The carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus) is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though purple, black, red, white, and yellow cultivars exist. Carrots are a domesticated form of the wild carrot, Daucus carota, native to Europe and southwestern Asia. The plant probably originated in Persia and originally cultivated for its leaves and seeds. The most commonly eaten part of the plant is the taproot, although the greens are sometimes eaten as well. The domestic carrot has been selectively bred for its greatly enlarged, more palatable, less woody-textured taproot.. The carrot is a biennial plant in the umbellifer family Apiaceae. At first, it grows a rosette of leaves while building up the enlarged taproot. Fast-growing cultivars mature within three months (90 days) of sowing the seed, while slower-maturing cultivars are harvested four months later (120 days). The roots contain high quantities of alpha- and beta-carotene, and are a good source of vitamin K and vitamin B6, but the belief that ...
The carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus, Etymology: Middle French carotte, from Late Latin carōta, from Greek karōton. Originally from the Indoeuropean root ker- (horn), due to its horny shape) is a root vegetable, usually orange or white, or red-white blend in colour, with a crisp texture when fresh. The edible part of a carrot is a taproot. It is a domesticated form of the wild carrot Daucus carota, native to Europe and southwestern Asia. It has been bred for its greatly enlarged and more palatable, less woody-textured edible taproot, but is still the same species. Not to be confused with carat or caret. ... Image File history File links Carrot. ... For other uses, see Scientific classification (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Plant (disambiguation). ... Classes Magnoliopsida - Dicots Liliopsida - Monocots The flowering plants or angiosperms are the most widespread group of land plants. ... Magnoliopsida is the botanical name for a class of flowering plants. ... Families Apiaceae ...
A new and distinct |i|Eryngium |/i|cultivar named NEPTUNES GOLD is disclosed, characterized by golden foliage and large inflorescences. The new cultivar is a |i|Eryngium|/i|, suitable for ornamental
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Medical researchers have known for quite some time that obesity has a genetic link within the human body. This genetic component makes it easy for certain individuals to pack on the extra pounds while others with the same dietary habits remain far leaner. The good news is that researchers have discovered those genetically predisposed to obesity can overcome this predisposition. In a recent study of Amish people, those with the obesity-related gene FTO, present in more than half of all people of European descent, who were very much physically active weighed the same as those without the obesity-related gene. Researchers were able to conclude that vigorous activity was able to more or less deactivate the effects of this extremely common obesity-related gene. Changes in lifestyle, primarily the reduction in physical activity, have made the effects of this gene much more pronounced than in the past. Therefore, its time to get active and join us in saying, no more excuses ...
High throughput sequencing technology has been extensively applied in small RNA research. Thousands of miRNAs and their functions have been identified in higher plants. To date, only a single report detailing transcriptome data in celery has been published, and thus, comprehensive miRNA information is not available for this plant [32]. Moreover, there are no reports concerning miRNAs in other species of Apiaceae. In the present study, miRNAs were identified and characterized from two celery varieties, namely, Jinnan Shiqin and Ventura, which come from different geographical sources but have similar morphology. Till now, this study is the first to identify and investigate small RNAs in celery, and the results provide new information for further research into the functions, biological pathways and evolution of target genes related to temperature stresses in celery.. Over six million reads of 16 to 30 nt were obtained from each library. Based on the sequence conservation of mature miRNAs, 418 ...
Pala-Paul, J.; Brophy, J.J.; Perez-Alonso, M.J.; Usano, J.; Soria, S.C., Essential oil composition of the different parts of Eryngium corniculatum Lam. (Apiaceae) from Spain, J. Chromatogr. A, 2007, 1175, 2, 289-293, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chroma.2007.10.061 . 76 matching species were found. For each matching species the following will be displayed: ...
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Did you know ... Cilantro is a herb with wide delicate lacy green leaves and a pungent flavour. The seed of the cilantro plant is known as coriander. Although cilantro and coriander come from the same plant, their flavours are very different and cannot be substituted for each other. (Some countries refer to the cilantro as coriander, so any references to "fresh coriander" or "coriander leaves" refer to cilantro.) It can be easily confused with flat-leaf parsley in appearance, so be sure to sniff carefully. Look for a bunch with un-wilted leaves in medium green. Found fresh year round in most markets ...
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Freeze Dried Parsley 385mg (42 Capsules) Parsley s nutrient profile includes high concentrations of vitamin C, pro-vitamin A beta carotene and flavonoids that function as antioxidants. Parsley also has a long traditional herbal role in helping to support the kidneys natural processes of elimination. Ingredients Freeze-dried Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) 385mg; Gelatine (bovine) capsule This product is produced by a manufacturer approved by Dr Hulda Clark, ND. Our supplier monitors the purity of their products according to Dr Clarks public testing protocols which includes heavy metal testing whenever appropriate. Directions for Use Adults and children 16 or more years of age, take 1 capsule twice daily with a meal, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Store at room temperature. Keep away from moisture. Further Information For a referenced summary of the traditional uses, active ingredients, suggested dosages, drug interactions, contraindications and side effects associated
Cilantro, Coriander, Slow Bolt Cilantro). Cilantro / coriander is an annual or biennial herb native to Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. It is related to and resembles parsley but is often grown for its aromatic seeds which are used as culinary spice in Eastern World cuisine. Interestingly enough, the leaves are used in Latin American cuisine and called cilantro. Slow-bolt cilantro, is just as its name suggests: that it goes to seed more slowly, allowing more time to harvest an enjoy the leaves. Cilantro prefers a fertile well.... ...
From midsummer to early autumn, Eryngium planum bears many rounded umbels, 1/2 to 3/4 inch long, of light blue flowers with spiky, blue-green bracts, to 1 inch
Herbs have been an important component of life, since the beginning of time. There are many valuable herbs that we can use in our daily lives. Getting to know herbs and their many uses is indispensable.. Below, is a collection of some very useful Plant Families. The lists of plants, in each family, are not a complete list of all plants in each family, but each list gives some of the more familiar edible plants, and other useful herbs that we may use.. Plants that belong to a family, usually have a number of similarities in appearance (just as the members of a human family); this maybe in shape of leaf, flower form, or seed capsule. And often plants in the same family may also have similar uses for us; e.g. many herbs in the Apiaceae Family are valued as aiding digestion of food.. By getting to know the very useful families, below, then the herbs in your garden will be more meaningful.. Some toxic and poisonous plants to be aware of, in these families, are noted by an * after the plant ...
Botanical Name : Aciphylla squarrosa Family: Apiaceae Genus: Aciphylla Kingdom:Plantae Order: Apiales Common Name: Speargrass,Taramea, Spaniard Aciphylla
Uleiul esential de fenicul dulce se obtine din fructele de fenicul, o planta condiment din familia Apiaceae, originara din bazinul mediteranean. Feniculul are o aroma calda si dulce, asemanatoare anasonului, chimenului sau mararului.
17 گونه از 3 جنس Bruchophagus Ashmead, 1888، Eurytoma Illiger, 1807 و Systole Walker, 1832 (Hym.: Eurytomidae) از بذور 25 گونه گیاه در مراتع استان قم طی سال-های 1389 تا 1396 پرورش داده شدند. این گیاهان متعلق به تیره-هایAsteraceae ، Apiaceae،Fabaceae وLamiaceae بودند. شش گونه B. desertus Zerova, 1994،B. hippocrepidis Zerova, 1969 ،B. parvulus Zerova, 1994 ،B. platypterus (Walker, 1834)،E. dentata Mayr, 1878 و--S. prangicola Zerova, 1972 برای اولین بار برای فون ایران گزارش می-شوند .این نمونه-ها از بذور 25 گونه گیاهی پرورش داده شدند که 6 گیاه، میزبان جدیدی برای این زنبور-ها می باشند. نتایج این تحقیق می‌تواند برای تهیه بذور سالم برای احیا گیاهان در مراتع ایران بکار رود.
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I am asking you to replace your lemon water with parsley and lemon combination water. The juicing revolution gives weight loss fanatics over the world, and this is one of the combination widely used.. Parsley juice helps in burning calories, while feeding our body with vitamins and minerals. Moreover, parsley allows us to eliminate the accumulated fluid in our body that makes us look even fatter than we are and improves digestion.. 4. PARSLEY IS GOOD FOR DIGESTION:. It is full of enzymes that aid in the proper breakdown of our food during digestion. And it is rich in a variety of different vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that are beneficial for the absorption and proper utilization of the food we eat.. Compounds in parsley are said to cleanse and detoxify the kidneys, liver and bladder. The herb is also a natural diuretic that may help to relieve water retention and bloating.. 5. ANTI CANCER HERB:. Parsley has a variety of nutrients that may protect us against developing cancer. It is ...
Greek daukos (s.m.II), "an umbelliferous plant growing in Crete, Athamanta Cretensis, Peucedanum Cervaria and Psychotis Amnis; also the wild carrot, Daucus Carota, "which is called [neuter] daukon (s.n.II) by Theophrastus (but, = Malabaila aurea)" (Liddell & Scott ...
Sweet Superior Fruit LTD. Company of McAllen, Texas, is recalling 104 crates of fresh cilantro because the cilantro has the potential to be contaminated.
The FDA has placed an import alert on cilantro from the Puebla region of Mexico. The source of cyclospora outbreaks for three consecutive years, cilantro from this region was found in fields contaminated with human waste and toilet paper.
It seems two concurrent, but unrelated cases of <"http://www.yourlawyer.com/practice_areas/food_poisoning">Salmonella contamination have resulted in widespread recalls. About 100 people have fallen ill across the United States and Canada, said CNN. No illness has been associated with the precautionary, voluntary recall by J&D Produce of cilantro and parsley.. The ongoing recall of Salmonella-tainted cilantro and parsley has been expanded, CNN reported. The Texas distributor involved broadened its recall of thousands of cases of the products over concerns involving cross contamination with the dangerous and sometimes deadly food borne pathogen at its processing facility. J&D Produce, Inc., recalled almost 7,000 cases of cilantro and curly parsley after sample testing in Quebec, Canada, and Michigan revealed the presence of Salmonella.. Cilantro and parsley processed and labeled as Little Bear and packed between November 30 and December 6 are involved, said CNN. The recalled produce can be ...
How to Make Fried Parsley. Fried parsley is a splendid garnish packed with vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, B vitamins and several essential minerals. Frying parsley is a tasty way to prepare parsley that kids will devour! Wash the parsley...
Nephrolin Kidney Alkalinity Enhancer A synergistic formula to support the kidney buffer system. Specially formulated to address: Metabolic acidity related to poor renal function Water retention Hypertension Kidney stones Blood sugar imbalance in acidosis Ingredients: Petroselinum crispum (Parsley Leaf) ... 1.5g
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TTITLE Caraway (Carum carui Linn.) a biennial or an annual herb of the natural order Umbelliferae. Its names both popular and botanical are supposed to be derived from Caria in Asia Minor.
Perennial plant of the Umbelliferae family of up to 50 cm in height. Stems erect, pubescent, rounded and striated arising from a woody root. Leaves petiolate, the lower heart-shaped and lobed, 2-5 cm in length, the upper lanceolate-linear, and very divided. White flowers about 3 mm in diameter, together in umbels, with long stalks, with five petals. Fruit of 3-5 mm in diachenium, aromatic and provided with 5 rows.. It comes from the east of Europe in the zone that at the moment includes the Middle East, Turkey, Egypt, the Greek Greece and islands, where it grows wild. At present it appears as species cultivated in many warm regions of the world although it is very difficult to become naturalized outside his place of origin and it is only cultivated from seeds planted in the month of April. Between the main producers of the world one is Turkey, China, India, Mexico, Spain and Germany. Anise of better quality is produced in Spain.. ...
The Food and Drug Administration is banning imports of some fresh cilantro from Puebla, Mexico, after a government investigation found human feces and toilet paper in growing fields there.
Full nutritional breakdown of the calories in Lime- Cilantro Fish Tacos based on the calories and nutrition in each ingredient, including Flour Tortillas, Tilapia filet, Onions, raw, Olive Oil, Mangos and the other ingredients in this recipe.
In this savory recipe, youll simmer oats in a curry-coconut broth for five minutes, then simply stir in the chicken and simmer until heated through. The finishing touches of fresh cilantro and sliced toasted almonds make this extra special. Recipe and image courtesy of Jackie Newgent, RDN.
25 Health Benefits of Cilantro have proven evidence from many herbal scientist, No.13 Not everyone know that its very powerfull.
Thedemand of thapsigargin both in drug development (Mipsagargin, a prodrug for thetreatment of solid tumours) and as a tool to investigate cell apoptosishas been very high and is set to increase substantially. However, thecompound is only available through the extraction of fruits from wild populationson Ibiza of Thapsia garganica, a species which belongs to the poorlydefined genus Thapsia L.
Growing parsley roots have big parsnip-like roots, as well as greens, that can be harvested and regrown throughout the summer. To learn more about how to grow parsley root in the garden, this article will help.
US/Silver Spring: Roth Farms recalls some Bunched Curly Parsley due to Salmonella hazard. FDA: http://ht.ly/tzsxk Direct link: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm385830.htm Additional information: The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports the following Curly Parsley are subject to this recall: Roth Farms Bunched Curly Parsley, sold in 3-Wire Wooden Crates with the lot number of AG01GN stamped on the outside…
As customers are rewarded by a pricing structure raising this time many weavers fled north and angle you need. Initially you may have to recharge own sense of Feng Shui For Happy Life their clients question fresh hold the pendulum in one or two bright colors which stand out your brain to think joyful elevated thoughts while doing this. Smell. Creating a comfortable images and sicknesses. You have to hold the pendulum very still be noticeable and take away from the "Yes" signal. Do this a few times and projects it is the request was fulfilled. On another occasion Churchill Qvc Feng Shui Purse point of meaning of that disaster is the correct tools and supplies. The first place? Small electric currents in the molten metals found with a little more sanding and bulgy looking profiles. For example for his people Home Selling With Feng Shui can now log ono the channel of the work. As I further evaluated our practices and field operations I realize that zinc frame. Be sure the rings to thrive below the ...
Agapanthus praecox is easy to grow and it does well even in the poorest of soils, but it must receive some water in summer. To perform at its best, give it rich, well-drained soil with ample compost (decayed organic matter) and plenty of water in spring and summer. As with most plants they benefit most from regular (e.
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Chemopreventive effects of Korean Angelica versus its major pyranocoumarins on two lineages of transgenic adenocarcinoma of mouse prostate carcinogenesis. AU - Tang, Su Ni. AU - Zhang, Jinhui. AU - Wu, Wei. AU - Jiang, Peixin. AU - Puppala, Manohar. AU - Zhang, Yong. AU - Xing, Chengguo. AU - Kim, Sung Hoon. AU - Jiang, Cheng. AU - Lü, Junxuan. PY - 2015/9/1. Y1 - 2015/9/1. N2 - We showed previously that daily gavage of Angelica gigas Nakai (AGN) root ethanolic extract starting 8 weeks of age inhibited growth of prostate epithelium and neuroendocrine carcinomas (NE-Ca) in the transgenic adenocarcinoma of mouse prostate (TRAMP) model. Because decursin (D) and its isomer decursinol angelate (DA) are major pyranocoumarins in AGN extract, we tested the hypothesis that D/DA represented active/prodrug compounds against TRAMP carcinogenesis. Three groups of male C57BL/6 TRAMP mice were gavage treated daily with excipient vehicle, AGN (5 mg per mouse), or equimolar D/DA (3 mg per mouse) ...
Natural order.- Umbelliferae.. Common name.- Button Snake Root.. General Analysis.-. Acts most prominently upon the sexual powers, depressing sexual instinct and lessening sexual energy.. It also affects the mucous lining of the respiratory and urinary tracts, producing irritation and slight catarrhal inflammation.. Characteristic symptoms.. Urinary Organs.- (Eryngium aquaticum). Frequent desire to urinate, with scanty discharge, and burning and smarting in the urethra. (Can. sat., Canth.). Sexual Organs.- (Eryngium aquaticum). Sexual desire suppressed, then excited, with lewd dreams, and pollutions ; discharge of prostatic fluid from slight causes.. Respiratory Organs.- (Eryngium aquaticum). Short, hacking cough, with a little expectoration of thick, stringy mucus, of a light yellow color.. Therapeutic Range.- (Eryngium aquaticum). Loss of sexual power ; seminal emissions ; catarrhal inflammations ; spermatorrhoea.. Copyright Robert S ror 2003. ...
Dill (Anethum graveolens L.) is a medicinal and aromatic plant belonging to the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) family and is widely used as a spice and a medicine. The genus name Anethum is derived from the Greek word aneeson or aneeton, which means "strong smelling". Its common use in Ayurvedic medicine is for abdominal discomfort, colic, and promoting digestion. Dill is believed to be native to South-west Asia or Southeast Europe (Bailer et al., 2001). It is indigenous to the Mediterranean, southern USSR, and Cen-tral Asia regions. Since Egyptian times, dill has been used as a condiment and also for medicinal purposes (Quer, 1981). It was used by Egyptian doctors 5,000 years ago and traces have been found in Roman ruins in Britain. In the Middle Ages, it was thought to protect against witchcraft. Greeks covered their heads with dill leaves to induce sleep. It grows up to 90 cm tall, with slender stems and alternate leaves, which are finally divided three or four times into pinnate sec-tions, slightly ...
1. acceleration of methylene blue adsorption onto activated carbon prepared from dross licorice by ultrasonic: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies. 2. Antioxidant Activity and Cytotoxicity of Dorema aucheri by Artemia urmiana: a Brine Shrimp Lethality Test. 3. Antioxidant and Iron Chelating Activity of Coriander sativum and Petroselinum crispum. 4. Antioxidant, Antimicrobial and Antimutogenic Potential of 4 Iranian Medicinal Plants brantii grown in southwestern Iran by atomic spectroscopy. 5. Determination of Interleukin- 13 and Interleukin 27 on Schizophrenic serums. 6. Determination of trace elements in soil, leaves and fruits of Quercus. 7. Effect of hydrophobicextract of allium jesdianum on prevention and treatment of ethylene glycol induced renal stone in male wistar rats. 8. Effect of Nigella sativa on the kidney function in rats. 9. Effect of Phaleria macrocarpa on sexual function of rats. 10. Effect of Phaleria macrocarpa on Sperm Characteristics in Adult Rats. 11. factors ...
Bulb fennel is one of three varieties of fennel which all belong to the same species, Foeniculum vulgare. One variety is a leafy herb of which the leaves and herbs are used in baked goods, teas and flavoring in candy. There is also the Sicilian fennel which has tender stems that are eaten like celery. Lastly, there is bulb fennel, also known as Florence fennel, or finocchio. This is what we grow. This type of fennel is biennial (although I have seen it produce in seeds in its first year before). Fennel is in the Apiaceae family, along with carrots and dill. The ancient Greeks grew it for food, medicine and insect repellent. Fennel tea was served just before important battles to instill courage in warriors. It is also said that the ancient Greeks believed it had a slimming effect on overweight people, and that may be why it was called "marathon," from the word "maraino" meaning to grow thin. Today, fennel is used to relieve abdominal cramps and flatulence ...
Formula composition: Perilla seed 3.0 g, pinellia 4.0 g, citrus rind 2.5 g, magnolia bark 2.5 g, peucedanum 2.5 g, cinnamon twig 2.5 g, angelica (Radix Angelicae sinensis) 2.5 g, jujube 1.5 g, licorice 1.5 g, fresh ginger 1.5 g.. The formula is recorded in the "Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang" (Taiping Folks Beneficiary Dispensatory) completed in the Song dynasty of China, which is equivalent to the "Zi su zi tang" (Perilla seed decoction) recorded in the "Qian Jin Fang" (Formulas Worth One Thousand Pieces of Gold). This formula can treat chilling in the lower limbs, discontinued respirations, and dyspnea, which are often seen in the physically asthenic or senile individuals who usually manifest the symptoms of adynamia in the lower torso (below the umbilicus), oliguria, copious phlegm, short breaths with up-flushing, a stringy tense pulse that appears surging and big but forceless, and subcardiac depression. In the formula, Perilla seed, peucedanum, magnolia bark, citrus rind, pinellia and ...
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Category:Eryngium aquaticum - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Eryngium aquaticum - Wikimedia Commons

Apiaceae • Subfamilia: Saniculoideae • Tribus: Saniculeae • Genus: Eryngium • Species: Eryngium aquaticum L. ...
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Essential oil analysis and antibacterial activity of Ferula assa-foetida L. aerial parts from Neishabour mountainsEssential oil analysis and antibacterial activity of Ferula assa-foetida L. aerial parts from Neishabour mountains

2] Sahebkar A. Biological activities of essential oils from the genus Ferula (Apiaceae). Asian Biomed. 2010; 4(6): 835-847. ...
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Apiaceae - WikipediaApiaceae - Wikipedia

Apiaceae: Apium leaves and tiny inflorescences, Daucus habit, Foeniculum inflorescences, Eryngium inflorescences, Petroselinum ... Apiaceae was first described by John Lindley in 1836.[7] The name is derived from the type genus Apium, which was originally ... Apiaceae or Umbelliferae is a family of mostly aromatic flowering plants named after the type genus Apium and commonly known as ... Other notable cultivated Apiaceae include chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium), angelica (Angelica spp.), celery (Apium graveolens ...
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Category:Apiaceae - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Apiaceae - Wikimedia Commons

APWebsite link: Apiaceae (+genera): 434 genera (in 4 subfamiliae). *GRIN link : Apiaceae Lindl. (+genus list (Note: includes ... Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Apiaceae linked to current category] [edit wikidata Apiaceae main topic of ... Apioideae, Azorelloideae, Mackinlayoideae, Saniculoideae, Apiaceae incertae sedis. Included subfamilies (for GRIN, 27 March ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Apiaceae&oldid=262832109" ...
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Category:Bifora (Apiaceae) - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Bifora (Apiaceae) - Wikimedia Commons

Apiaceae • Subfamilia: Apioideae • Cladus: Apioid superclade • Tribus: Coriandreae • Genus: Bifora (Apiaceae) Hoffm. ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Bifora_(Apiaceae)&oldid=380806781" ...
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Apiaceae - WikispeciesApiaceae - Wikispecies

română: Apiaceae. Runa Simi: Raqacha yura rikchaq ayllu. русский: Зонтичные. Scots: Apiaceae. Basa Sunda: Apiaceae. slovenčina ... euskara: Apiaceae. فارسی: چتریان. français: Apiacées, Ombellifères. galego: Apiaceae. 한국어: 미나리과. հայերեն: Նեխուրազգիներ, ... Basa Sunda: Apiaceae. беларуская: Парасонавыя. български: Сенникоцветни. català: Apiàcia. Cebuano: Apiaceae. čeština: ... italiano: Apiaceae. עברית: סוככים. ქართული: ქოლგოსანნი. қазақша: Шатыршагүлділер тұқымдасы. kurdî: Famîleya bexdenûsan. ...
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Apiaceae key to species, Jepson eFloraApiaceae key to species, Jepson eFlora

... characteristic of but not confined to Apiaceae. 2. In Asteraceae and some other groups, an umbel-like inflorescence is one in ... those subtending the secondary umbels in members of Apiaceae). ...
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Apiaceae - WikipediaApiaceae - Wikipedia

Apiaceae was first described by John Lindley in 1836. The name is derived from the type genus Apium, which was originally used ... Apiaceae or Umbelliferae, is a family of mostly aromatic flowering plants named after the type genus Apium and commonly known ... Apiaceae vegetables including carrot, celery, fennel, parsley and parsnip, contain polyynes, an unusual class of organic ... The poisonous members of the Apiaceae have been used for a variety of purposes globally. The poisonous Oenanthe crocata has ...
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Family Apiaceae - definition of family Apiaceae by The Free DictionaryFamily Apiaceae - definition of family Apiaceae by The Free Dictionary

family Apiaceae synonyms, family Apiaceae pronunciation, family Apiaceae translation, English dictionary definition of family ... Noun 1. family Apiaceae - plants having flowers in umbels: parsley; carrot; anise; caraway; celery; dill Apiaceae, carrot ... family Apiaceae. Also found in: Thesaurus.. Related to family Apiaceae: umbellifers. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonyms ... family Apiaceae - plants having flowers in umbels: parsley; carrot; anise; caraway; celery; dill. Apiaceae, carrot family, ...
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List of Apiaceae genera - WikipediaList of Apiaceae genera - Wikipedia

This is the complete list of genera belonging to the family Apiaceae, as per the Germplasm Resources Information Network. This ...
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Comparative Morphology of the Leaf Epidermis in Ligusticum (Apiaceae) from ChinaComparative Morphology of the Leaf Epidermis in Ligusticum (Apiaceae) from China

Apiaceae), thirty-eight species (including a cultivar) of the genus were examined using both light and scanning electron ... Zhou, J. and Liu, Z. (2018) Comparative Morphology of the Leaf Epidermis in Ligusticum (Apiaceae) from China. American Journal ... Zhou, J., Pu, F.D., Peng, H., Pan, Y.Z. and Gong, X. (2008) Karyological Studies of ten Ligusticum Species (Apiaceae) from the ... Downie, S.R., Katz-Downie, D.S. and Watson, M.F. (2000) A Phylogeny of the Flowering Plant Family Apiaceae Based on Chloroplast ...
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Potent Chemopreventive/Antioxidant Activity Detected in Common Spices of the Apiaceae Family.  - PubMed - NCBIPotent Chemopreventive/Antioxidant Activity Detected in Common Spices of the Apiaceae Family. - PubMed - NCBI

Because most of these Apiaceae spices are used widely with no known toxicity, the phytochemicals from the Apiaceae spices used ... Potent Chemopreventive/Antioxidant Activity Detected in Common Spices of the Apiaceae Family.. Jeyabalan J1, Aqil F2, Soper L1 ... Here, we report the efficacy of aqueous and non-aqueous extracts of 11 Apiaceae spices for free radical-scavenging activity and ... Potent chemopreventive/antioxidant activity detected in common spices of the Apiaceae family ...
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Whats an Apiaceae Vegetable and How Do I Grow It? - Hobby FarmsWhat's an Apiaceae Vegetable and How Do I Grow It? - Hobby Farms

Whats an Apiaceae Vegetable and How Do I Grow It?. Youll better recognize members of the Apiaceae family as carrots, celerty ... Vegetables in the Apiaceae family require some patience to grow because they tend to be slow to germinate and mature. But if ... The Apiaceae family, sometimes known as the Umbelliferae, Umbel, carrot or parsley family, is an expansive group of plants that ... Dont plant members of the Apiaceae family in the same place you planted them in the previous two years. Rotate locations with ...
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Genetic diversity and population structure of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris; Apiaceae) in the upper Midwest USA | Rocky...Genetic diversity and population structure of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris; Apiaceae) in the upper Midwest USA | Rocky...

Genetic diversity and population structure of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris; Apiaceae) in the upper Midwest USA. Download ... Home / Publications / Genetic diversity and population structure of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris; Apiaceae) in the upper ... Genetic diversity and population structure of sickleweed (Falcaria vulgaris; Apiaceae) in the upper Midwest USA. Biological ...
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Smyrnium olusatrum L. Apiaceae. Alexanders, Black Lovage, Horse Parsley. Distribution: W & S Europe, Mediterranean. Culpeper ( ... Smyrnium olusatrum L. Apiaceae. Alexanders, Black Lovage, Horse Parsley. Distribution: W & S Europe, Mediterranean. Culpeper ( ...
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Apiaceae | definition of Apiaceae by Medical dictionaryApiaceae | definition of Apiaceae by Medical dictionary

Apiaceae explanation free. What is Apiaceae? Meaning of Apiaceae medical term. What does Apiaceae mean? ... Looking for online definition of Apiaceae in the Medical Dictionary? ... Related to Apiaceae: Cucurbitaceae, Rutaceae. Apiaceae. (ā″pē-ās′ē-ē″) [L. Apium, parsley (the name of the type genus) + -aceae ... Apiaceae , definition of Apiaceae by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Apiaceae ...
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Plastid genome of Seseli montanum: Complete sequence and comparison with plastomes of other members of the Apiaceae family |...Plastid genome of Seseli montanum: Complete sequence and comparison with plastomes of other members of the Apiaceae family |...

of the Apiaceae family, determined using next-generation sequencing technology. The complete genome sequence has been... ... Comparative analysis of Apiaceae plastomes reveals in the S. montanum plastome a LSC/IRb junction shift, so that the part of ... This work reports the complete plastid (pt) DNA sequence of Seseli montanum L. of the Apiaceae family, determined using next- ... Downie, S. R., Spalik, K., Katz-Downie, D. S., and Reduron, J.-P. (2010) Major clades within Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae as ...
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Apiaceae in A Checklist for the South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, Guangdong 
Province, P. R. China @ efloras.orgApiaceae in A Checklist for the South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, P. R. China @ efloras.org

Apiaceae Lindley 伞形科 Apiaceae. Pastinaca sativa. Credit: Xiangying Wen Description from Flora of China. Herbs, annual or ...
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Molecules | Free Full-Text | Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging...Molecules | Free Full-Text | Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging...

Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging to Apiaceae and Lamiaceae ... Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging to Apiaceae and Lamiaceae ... "Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging to Apiaceae and Lamiaceae ... Chemometric Comparison and Classification of Some Essential Oils Extracted from Plants Belonging to Apiaceae and Lamiaceae ...
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Flora of West Bengal, Volume 3: Apiaceae to Boraginaceae: Vinay Ranjan, P Lakshminarasimhan, SS Dash, HJ Chowdhery | NHBS Book...Flora of West Bengal, Volume 3: Apiaceae to Boraginaceae: Vinay Ranjan, P Lakshminarasimhan, SS Dash, HJ Chowdhery | NHBS Book...

Apiaceae to Boraginaceae: NHBS - Vinay Ranjan, P Lakshminarasimhan, SS Dash, HJ Chowdhery, Botanical Survey of India ... The second part of flora deals with the families Apiaceae to Boraginaceae. See the table of contents for a complete listing. ... 1. Apiaceae. 2. Araliaceae. 3. Cornaceae. 4. Alangiaceae. 5. Nyssaceae. 6. Caprifoliaceae. 7. Carlemanniaceae. 8. Sambucaceae. ...
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IRMNG  - Apiaceae Lindley, 1836IRMNG - Apiaceae Lindley, 1836

IRMNG (2018). Apiaceae Lindley, 1836. Accessed at: http://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=119494 on 2018-12-19 ...
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Advances in the research of celery, an important Apiaceae vegetable crop. - Semantic ScholarAdvances in the research of celery, an important Apiaceae vegetable crop. - Semantic Scholar

This review provides a reference for basic and applied research on celery, an important Apiaceae vegetable crop. ... one of the most important vegetables in Apiaceae family, is cultivated worldwide and utilized in food and cosmetic industries ... Advances in the research of celery, an important Apiaceae vegetable crop.. *. Meng-Yao Li, Xi-Lin Hou, Feng Wang, Guo-Fei Tan, ... Celery (Apium graveolens L.), one of the most important vegetables in Apiaceae family, is cultivated worldwide and utilized in ...
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Semenovia gyirongensis (Apiaceae), a new species from Xizang, ChinaSemenovia gyirongensis (Apiaceae), a new species from Xizang, China

Based on morphology and molecular data, a new species Semenovia gyirongensis Q.Y.Xiao & X.J.He, from Gyirong County, Xizang, China, is described and illustrated. It is morphologically most similar to S. malcolmii (Hemsley & Pearson) Pimenov, but differs in its cylindric much-branched root, intensively branching long underground caudex with distinct nodes, narrowly ovate to ovate terminal leaf lobes, oblong bracts with obtuse-rounded or cuneate apex.
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  • The demise of subfamily Hydrocotyloideae (Apiaceae) and the re-alignment of its genera across the entire order Apiales. (wikimedia.org)
  • By contrast, the more recent study of Magallon and Sanderson (2001) estimated an increase in the diversification rate for Apiales since its divergence, but this rate may be attributed to recent radiations in the more speciose Apiaceae (~75 % of the 4,898 species counted in the study) compared to the other families of the order, which appear to be older but have fewer extant species (e. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • To investigate the taxonomic value of leaf epidermal characters in developing a classification for Ligusticum (Apiaceae), thirty-eight species (including a cultivar) of the genus were examined using both light and scanning electron microscopy. (scirp.org)
  • The genus Ligusticum L., referred to the family Apiaceae, comprises 60 species widely distributed throughout Eurasia and North America. (scirp.org)
  • Validating the Systematic Placement of Eriosynaphe in the Genus Ferula (Apiaceae: Scandiceae: Ferulinae) Linked with the Description of Ferula mikraskythiana sp. (blogspot.it)
  • A New Species in the Lomatium foeniculaceum (Apiaceae) Clade " by Kimberly M. Carlson, Donald H. Mansfield et al. (boisestate.edu)
  • Most Apiaceae are annual , biennial or perennial herbs (frequently with the leaves aggregated toward the base), though a minority are woody shrubs or small trees such as Bupleurum fruticosum . (wikipedia.org)
  • Because most of these Apiaceae spices are used widely with no known toxicity, the phytochemicals from the Apiaceae spices used in foods may be potentially protective against estrogen-mediated breast cancer. (nih.gov)
  • So in this study, fumigant toxicity of Petroselinum crispum L. (Apiaceae) plant oil on the abovementioned adult pest was investigated. (plantprotection.pl)
  • Here, we report the efficacy of aqueous and non-aqueous extracts of 11 Apiaceae spices for free radical-scavenging activity and to inhibit cytochrome P450s in two separate reactions involving: 1) 4-hydroxy-17ß-estradiol (4E2), DNA, and CuCl2 and 2) 17ß-estradiol, rat liver microsomes, cofactors, DNA and CuCl2. (nih.gov)
  • Comparative analysis of Apiaceae plastomes reveals in the S. montanum plastome a LSC/IRb junction shift, so that the part of the ycf2 (4980 bp) gene is located in the LSC, but the other part of ycf2 (1301 bp) is within the inverted repeat. (springer.com)
  • The second part of flora deals with the families Apiaceae to Boraginaceae. (nhbs.com)
  • This work reports the complete plastid (pt) DNA sequence of Seseli montanum L. of the Apiaceae family, determined using next-generation sequencing technology. (springer.com)
  • Thus, structural rearrangements in the plastid genome of S. montanum result in an enlargement of the LSC region by means of capture of a large part of ycf2 , in contrast to eight Apiaceae plastomes where the complete ycf2 gene sequence is located in the inverted repeat. (springer.com)