Cistus: A plant genus of the family CISTACEAE. The common name of rock rose is also sometimes used with the closely related Helianthemum genus (CISTACEAE).Cistaceae: A plant family of the order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. The common name of rock rose is used with several plants of this family.Mediterranean Region: The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, the MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, and the countries bordering on the sea collectively.Apitherapy: The medical use of honey bee products such as BEE VENOM; HONEY; bee pollen; PROPOLIS; and royal jelly.Maps as Topic: Representations, normally to scale and on a flat medium, of a selection of material or abstract features on the surface of the earth, the heavens, or celestial bodies.Medical Illustration: The field which deals with illustrative clarification of biomedical concepts, as in the use of diagrams and drawings. The illustration may be produced by hand, photography, computer, or other electronic or mechanical methods.Geographic Information Systems: Computer systems capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information, i.e. data identified according to their locations.Trichloroacetic Acid: A strong acid used as a protein precipitant in clinical chemistry and also as a caustic for removing warts.Scintillation Counting: Detection and counting of scintillations produced in a fluorescent material by ionizing radiation.Asphyxia: A pathological condition caused by lack of oxygen, manifested in impending or actual cessation of life.Materials Testing: The testing of materials and devices, especially those used for PROSTHESES AND IMPLANTS; SUTURES; TISSUE ADHESIVES; etc., for hardness, strength, durability, safety, efficacy, and biocompatibility.Monascus: A genus in the family Monascaceae, order EUROTIALES. One species, Monascus purpureus, has multiple uses in traditional Chinese medicine (MEDICINE, CHINESE TRADITIONAL).Gardening: Cultivation of PLANTS; (FRUIT; VEGETABLES; MEDICINAL HERBS) on small plots of ground or in containers.Citrinin: Antibiotic and mycotoxin from Aspergillus niveus and Penicillium citrinum.Bryopsida: A class of plants within the Bryophyta comprising the mosses, which are found in both damp (including freshwater) and drier situations. Mosses possess erect or prostrate leafless stems, which give rise to leafless stalks bearing capsules. Spores formed in the capsules are released and grow to produce new plants. (Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990). Many small plants bearing the name moss are in fact not mosses. The "moss" found on the north side of trees is actually a green alga (CHLOROPHYTA). Irish moss is really a red alga (RHODOPHYTA). Beard lichen (beard moss), Iceland moss, oak moss, and reindeer moss are actually LICHENS. Spanish moss is a common name for both LICHENS and an air plant (TILLANDSIA usneoides) of the pineapple family. Club moss is an evergreen herb of the family LYCOPODIACEAE.Aromatherapy: The use of fragrances and essences from plants to affect or alter a person's mood or behavior and to facilitate physical, mental, and emotional well-being. The chemicals comprising essential oils in plants has a host of therapeutic properties and has been used historically in Africa, Asia, and India. Its greatest application is in the field of alternative medicine. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed; from Dr. Atiba Vheir, Dove Center, Washington, D.C.)Perfume: A substance, extract, or preparation for diffusing or imparting an agreeable or attractive smell, especially a fluid containing fragrant natural oils extracted from flowers, woods, etc., or similar synthetic oils. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Greek World: A historical and cultural entity dispersed across a wide geographical area under the influence of Greek civilization, culture, and science. The Greek Empire extended from the Greek mainland and the Aegean islands from the 16th century B.C., to the Indus Valley in the 4th century under Alexander the Great, and to southern Italy and Sicily. Greek medicine began with Homeric and Aesculapian medicine and continued unbroken to Hippocrates (480-355 B.C.). The classic period of Greek medicine was 460-136 B.C. and the Graeco-Roman period, 156 B.C.-576 A.D. (From A. Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, 2d ed; from F. H. Garrison, An Introduction to the History of Medicine, 4th ed)Seaweed: Multicellular marine macroalgae including some members of red (RHODOPHYTA), green (CHLOROPHYTA), and brown (PHAEOPHYTA) algae. They are widely distributed in the ocean, occurring from the tide level to considerable depths, free-floating (planktonic) or anchored to the substratum (benthic). They lack a specialized vascular system but take up fluids, nutrients, and gases directly from the water. They contain CHLOROPHYLL and are photosynthetic, but some also contain other light-absorbing pigments. Many are of economic importance as FOOD, fertilizer, AGAR, potash, or source of IODINE.Beauty: Characteristics or attributes of persons or things which elicit pleasurable feelings.Salix: A plant genus of the family SALICACEAE. Members contain salicin, which yields SALICYLIC ACID.Beauty CultureHemorrhagic Fever, Ebola: A highly fatal, acute hemorrhagic fever, clinically very similar to MARBURG VIRUS DISEASE, caused by EBOLAVIRUS, first occurring in the Sudan and adjacent northwestern (what was then) Zaire.Acari: A large, subclass of arachnids comprising the MITES and TICKS, including parasites of plants, animals, and humans, as well as several important disease vectors.Plants, Medicinal: Plants whose roots, leaves, seeds, bark, or other constituent parts possess therapeutic, tonic, purgative, curative or other pharmacologic attributes, when administered to man or animals.Poetry as Topic: Literary and oral genre expressing meaning via symbolism and following formal or informal patterns.Nurseries: Facilities which provide care for infants.Ferns: Seedless nonflowering plants of the class Filicinae. They reproduce by spores that appear as dots on the underside of feathery fronds. In earlier classifications the Pteridophyta included the club mosses, horsetails, ferns, and various fossil groups. In more recent classifications, pteridophytes and spermatophytes (seed-bearing plants) are classified in the Subkingdom Tracheobionta (also known as Tracheophyta).Populus: A plant genus of the family SALICACEAE. Balm of Gilead is a common name used for P. candicans, or P. gileadensis, or P. jackii, and sometimes also used for ABIES BALSAMEA or for COMMIPHORA.Schools, Nursery: Schools for children usually under five years of age.Nurseries, Hospital: Hospital facilities which provide care for newborn infants.Oils, Volatile: Oils which evaporate readily. The volatile oils occur in aromatic plants, to which they give odor and other characteristics. Most volatile oils consist of a mixture of two or more TERPENES or of a mixture of an eleoptene (the more volatile constituent of a volatile oil) with a stearopten (the more solid constituent). The synonym essential oils refers to the essence of a plant, as its perfume or scent, and not to its indispensability.Arachnodactyly: An abnormal bone development that is characterized by extra long and slender hands and fingers, such that the clenched thumb extends beyond the ulnar side of the hand. Arachnodactyly can include feet and toes. Arachnodactyly has been associated with several gene mutations and syndromes.Dysbiosis: Changes in quantitative and qualitative composition of MICROBIOTA. The changes may lead to altered host microbial interaction or homeostatic imbalance that can contribute to a disease state often with inflammation.Skin Irritancy Tests: Tests or bioassays that measure the skin sensitization potential of various chemicals.Cryptococcus: A mitosporic Tremellales fungal genus whose species usually have a capsule and do not form pseudomycellium. Teleomorphs include Filobasidiella and Fidobasidium.Flowers: The reproductive organs of plants.Endo-1,4-beta Xylanases: Enzymes which catalyze the endohydrolysis of 1,4-beta-D-xylosidic linkages in XYLANS.Marburg Virus Disease: An RNA virus infection of rhesus, vervet, and squirrel monkeys transmissible to man.Marburgvirus: A genus in the family FILOVIRIDAE consisting of one species (Lake Victoria marburgvirus) with several strains. The genus shows no antigenic cross-reactivity with EBOLAVIRUS.Health Planning Organizations: Organizations involved in all aspects of health planning activities.Lyme Disease: An infectious disease caused by a spirochete, BORRELIA BURGDORFERI, which is transmitted chiefly by Ixodes dammini (see IXODES) and pacificus ticks in the United States and Ixodes ricinis (see IXODES) in Europe. It is a disease with early and late cutaneous manifestations plus involvement of the nervous system, heart, eye, and joints in variable combinations. The disease was formerly known as Lyme arthritis and first discovered at Old Lyme, Connecticut.Tea: The infusion of leaves of CAMELLIA SINENSIS (formerly Thea sinensis) as a beverage, the familiar Asian tea, which contains CATECHIN (especially epigallocatechin gallate) and CAFFEINE.Bartonella: A genus of gram-negative bacteria characteristically appearing in chains of several segmenting organisms. It occurs in man and arthropod vectors and is found only in the Andes region of South America. This genus is the etiologic agent of human bartonellosis. The genus Rochalimaea, once considered a separate genus, has recently been combined with the genus Bartonella as a result of high levels of relatedness in 16S rRNA sequence data and DNA hybridization data.Coinfection: Simultaneous infection of a host organism by two or more pathogens. In virology, coinfection commonly refers to simultaneous infection of a single cell by two or more different viruses.Chewing Gum: A preparation of chicle, sometimes mixed with other plastic substances, sweetened and flavored. It is masticated usually for pleasure as a candy substitute but it sometimes acts as a vehicle for the administration of medication.Anthropology, Physical: The comparative science dealing with the physical characteristics of humans as related to their origin, evolution, and development in the total environment.Plant Oils: Oils derived from plants or plant products.Hydrangea: A plant genus of the family HYDRANGEACEAE. Members contain hydrangenol, thunberginols, hydramacrosides A and B, and secoiridoid glucosides.Gardenia: A plant genus of the family RUBIACEAE. Members contain genepin, from which geniposide is obtained for use as a crosslinking agent in ADHESIVES, and 3-caffeoyl-4-sinapoylquinic acid.Butterflies: Slender-bodies diurnal insects having large, broad wings often strikingly colored and patterned.Mycoplasmatales: An order of highly pleomorphic, gram-negative bacteria including both pathogenic and saprophytic species.Iridoids: A type of MONOTERPENES, derived from geraniol. They have the general form of cyclopentanopyran, but in some cases, one of the rings is broken as in the case of secoiridoid. They are different from the similarly named iridals (TRITERPENES).Spirostans: Cholestane derivatives containing a fused lactone ring at the 16,17-position and a spiroglycosidic linkage at C-22. Members include sarsaponin, DIOSGENIN and yamogenin.Iridoid Glycosides: A subclass of iridoid compounds that include a glycoside moiety, usually found at the C-1 position.

Intra- and interspecific variation in DNA content in Cistus (Cistaceae). (1/16)

Flow cytometry, using propidium iodide and 4',6-diamidano-2-phenylindole staining, was used to estimate the nuclear DNA content (2C) and the proportion of A-T base pairs in 16 species of the Mediterranean genus Cistus. Genome sizes were shown to be constant within species, since no significant intraspecific variation in 2C DNA content was detected. At the genus level, up to about 1.5-fold differences in absolute DNA amounts were observed, ranging from 3.92 pg in C. crispus to 5.88 pg in C. monspeliensis. The (AT) : (GC) ratio was close to 1, and was similar for all species examined, ranging from 47.87% A-T content in C clusii, to 50.67% in C. populifolius. Pink-flowered species (subgenus Cistus) had lower DNA amounts than white-flowered species (subgenera Leucocistus and Halimioides). However, the distribution of DNA amounts in Cistus appeared to be continuous and did not permit a clear separation of infra-generic ranks in the genus.  (+info)

Seasonal branch nutrient dynamics in two Mediterranean woody shrubs with contrasted phenology. (2/16)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Mediterranean woody plants have a wide variety of phenological strategies. Some authors have classified the Mediterranean phanaerophytes into two broad phenological categories: phenophase-overlappers (that overlap resource-demanding activities in a short period of the year) and phenophase-sequencers (that protract resource-demanding activities throughout the year). In this work the impact of both phenological strategies on leaf nutrient accumulation and retranslocation dynamics at the level of leaves and branches was evaluated. Phenophase-overlappers were expected to accumulate nutrients in leaves throughout most of the year and withdraw them efficiently in a short period. Phenophase-sequencers were expected to withdraw nutrients progressively throughout the year, without long accumulation periods. METHODS: To test this hypothesis, variations in phenology and leaf NPK in the crown of a phenophase-overlapper Cistus laurifolius and a phenophase-sequencer Bupleurum fruticosum were monitored monthly during 2 years. KEY RESULTS: Changes in nutrient concentration at the leaf level were not clearly related with the different phenologies. Nitrogen and phosphorous resorption efficiencies were lower in the phenophase-overlapper, and accumulation-retranslocation seasonality was similar in both species. Changes in the branch nutrient pool agreed with the hypothesis that the phenophase-overlapper accumulated nutrients from summer until the bud burst of the following spring, recovering a large nutrient pool during massive leaf shedding. The phenophase-sequencer did not accumulate nutrients from autumn until early spring, achieving lower nutrient recovery during spring leaf shedding. CONCLUSIONS: It is concluded that phenological demands influence branch nutrient cycling. This effect is easier to detect by assessing changes in the branch nutrient pool rather than changes in the leaf nutrient concentration.  (+info)

Inhibitory effect of traditional Turkish folk medicines on aldose reductase (AR) and hematological activity, and on AR inhibitory activity of quercetin-3-O-methyl ether isolated from Cistus laurifolius L. (3/16)

The inhibitory effects of 40 extracts prepared from 38 traditional Turkish folk medicines on human aldose reductase (h-AR) and hematological activity were investigated. Seven plants containing 5 species of Cistus genus exhibited a potent inhibition of h-AR. Ferulago amani (root) inhibited the platelet aggregation induced by sodium arachidonate, while C. laurifolius (fruit) was found to possess strong inhibition in the blood coagulation assay. An AcOEt extract derived from the leaf of C. laurifolius was purified to isolate three known flavonoids. The activity of one, quercetin-3-O-methyl ether, was found to be as potent as that of eparlestat, which is known to be a remedy for treating complications associated with diabetes.  (+info)

Mesophyll versus epidermal anthocyanins as potential in vivo antioxidants: evidence linking the putative antioxidant role to the proximity of oxy-radical source. (4/16)

The hypothesis that anthocyanins in red leaves may be potential in vivo antioxidants whose efficiency is linked to their proximity with the oxy-radical source was tested. Advantage was taken of intra-individual and intra-species variations in the anthocyanic trait and green and red leaves on the same individuals or leaves of green and red phenotypes were compared for the extent of PSII damage by reactive oxygen species generated by methyl viologen treatment in the light. Two species possessing anthocyanins in the mesophyll (Cistus creticus and Photinia x fraseri) and two in the epidermis (Rosa sp. and Ricinus communis) were used, while red actinic light (which is not absorbed by anthocyanins) allowed discrimination between an indirect sunscreen and a direct antioxidant function. Red leaves whose anthocyanins were located in the mesophyll were more resistant to methyl viologen treatment than their green counterparts. In one of these species (Cistus creticus), where anthocyanins are induced in some individuals within the natural population after bright cool days in winter, both green and future-red morphs displayed the same sensitivity to methyl viologen before anthocyanin induction. Immediately after reddening, however, resistance to methyl viologen was considerably increased in the red morphs. By contrast, red leaves whose anthocyanins were restricted to epidermal cells were more sensitive to the herbicide. Total leaf phenolic levels in green/red pairs were similar. The results indicate that vacuolar anthocyanins may be an effective in vivo target for oxy-radicals, provided that the oxy-radical source and the anthocyanic detoxifying sink are in close vicinity.  (+info)

Characterization and identification of field ectomycorrhizae of Boletus edulis and Cistus ladanifer. (5/16)

Field ectomycorrhizae sampled under Boletus edulis and Cistus ladanifer have been characterized and described in detail based on standard morphological and anatomical characters. The described ectomycorrhiza has traits typical of Boletales: whitish with three differentiated plectenchymatous layers in the mantle in plan view forming ring-like structures and rhizomorphs with highly differentiated hyphae. The inflated, smooth cystidia-like clavate end cells on the surface of the rhizomorphs and their slightly twisted external hyphae are additional characterizing features. The Hartig net occupies 1 1/2 rows of cortical cells, partly reaching the endodermis. Not all hyphae have clamps. The identification of the fungal symbiont as B. edulis was confirmed by ITS rDNA sequence comparison between mycorrhizas and sporocarps. The singularity of this symbiotic association, as well as its ecological and practical implications, are discussed.  (+info)

Antileishmanial activity of natural diterpenes from Cistus sp. and semisynthetic derivatives thereof. (6/16)

Eleven cis-clerodane diterpenes, seven labdane type diterpenes and one triterpene isolated from Cistus monspeliensis and the resin "Ladano" of Cistus creticus subsp. creticus were evaluated against Leishmania donovani promastigotes, the causative agent for visceral leishmaniasis. In addition, eleven semisynthetic manoyl oxide, seventeen labdane type derivatives and a triterpene were also evaluated for their antileishmanial activity. 18-Acetoxy-cis-clerod-3-en-15-ol, 15,18-diacetoxy-cis-clerod-3-ene and 13-(E)-8a-hydroxylabd-13-en-15-ol 2-chloroethylcarbamate exhibited the most potent and selective leishmanicidal activity with IC50 values of 3.3 microg/ml, 3.4 microg/ml and 3.5 microg/ml, respectively.  (+info)

Simultaneous determination of catechins, rutin, and gallic acid in Cistus species extracts by HPLC with diode array detection. (7/16)

A simple high-performance liquid chromatography method using a diode array detector (DAD) is developed for the simultaneous analysis of five major catechins: (+)-catechin (C), (-)-epicatechin (EC), (-)-gallocatechin (GCT), (-)-epigallocatechin (EGC), (-)-epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), and the phenolic plant metabolites gallic acid (GA) and rutin (RT) in lyophilized extracts of Cistus species. The optimal analytical conditions are investigated to obtain the best resolution and the highest UV sensitivity for the quantitative detection of catechins. The optimized conditions (acetonitrile-phosphate buffer 50 mM, pH 2.5, gradient elution system on a C18 reversed-phase column with a flow rate of 1 mL/min and UV absorbance at 210 nm) allowed a specific and repeatable separation of the studied analytes to be achieved. All compounds are successfully separated within 32 min. Calibration curves are linear in the 2-50 microg/mL range for GCT, C, and EGCG and in the 5-50 microg/mL range for GA, EGC, EC, and RT. The limit of detection values ranged from 0.24 to 0.74 microg/mL. The limit of quantitation limit values ranged from 0.77 to 1.94 microg/mL. The validated method is applied to the determination of the specific phytochemical markers GA, GCT, C, and RT in Cistus incanus and Cistus monspeliensis lyophilised extracts. The recovery values ranged between 78.7% and 98.2%. The described HPLC method appears suitable for the differentiation and determination of the most common catechins together with the glycoside rutin and the phenolic compound gallic acid and can be considered an effective and alternative procedure for the analyses of this important class of natural compounds.  (+info)

Hydrogen peroxide is involved in the acclimation of the Mediterranean shrub, Cistus albidus L., to summer drought. (8/16)

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*Cistus

Gum Rockrose Cistus laurifolius L. Cistus libanotis L. Cistus monspeliensis L. - Montpellier Cistus Cistus munbyi Pomel Cistus ... Cistus populifolius L. Cistus pouzolzii Delile ex Gren. & Godr. Cistus salviifolius L. - Salvia Cistus Cistus sintenisii Litard ... Cistus asper Demoly & R.Mesa Cistus chinamadensis Bañares & P.Romero Cistus clusii Dunal Cistus creticus L. Cistus crispus L. ... Cistus horrens Demoly Cistus inflatus Pourr. ex J.-P.Demoly, syn. Cistus psilosepalus Sweet Cistus ladanifer L., including ...

*Cistus × purpureus

... , commonly known as orchid rockrose, is one of the most commonly cultivated varieties of rockrose. The pink ... ISBN 978-1-86825-704-1. "Cistus ×purpureus". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS ...

*Cistus creticus

... subsp. creticus Cistus creticus subsp. corsicus (syn. Cistus × incanus subsp. corsicus) Cistus creticus subsp. ... It is frequently called "Cistus incanus". (The true Cistus × incanus is the hybrid C. albidus × C. crispus.) The name Cistus ... "Cistus creticus", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-01 "Cistus creticus subsp. eriocephalus", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03 ... Cistus creticus (Pink Rock-Rose, Hoary Rock-Rose) is a species of shrubby plant in the family Cistaceae. Though it usually has ...

*Cistus ladanifer

Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). Annals of Botany 89:427-434. "Cistus ... Cistus ladanifer is a species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It is native to the western Mediterranean region. ... Common names include gum rockrose, laudanum, labdanum, common gum cistus, and brown-eyed rockrose. It is a shrub growing 1-2.5 ... C. ladanifer is placed within the C. salvifolius group within white and whitish pink flowered clade of Cistus species. The wide ...

*Cistus grancanariae

One of the group of white-flowered species of Cistus, it was previously mistaken for Cistus monspeliensis, common in Gran ... "Cistus grancanariae Marrero-Rodr., Almeida & C. Ríos", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-02 ... Cistus grancanariae is only found in a small region in the north of the island of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, at ... Cistus grancanariae is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It was described for the first time in ...

*Cistus chinamadensis

"Cistus chinamadensis Banares & P. Romero", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-09, retrieved ... "Cistus chinamadensis", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Bañares Baudet, Ángel & Romero Manrique, P. (1991), "Cistus ... Cistus chinamadensis is a shrub, usually 25-70 cm (10 in-2 ft 4 in) tall. The woody stems have dark brown bark that easily ... Cistus chinamadensis was first described in 1991 by Ángel Bañares Baudet and P. Romero Manrique. The species was first found at ...

*Cistus pouzolzii

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. "Cistus pouzolzii", The Plant List, retrieved ...

*Cistus sintenisii

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It was named in honor of Paul Sintenis. " ...

*Cistus asper

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae with purple-pink flowers. It was first described ... "Cistus asper", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Demoly, J.-P. (2005), "Une nouvelle espèce et une nouvelle sous-espèce du ... A 2011 molecular phylogenetic study placed C. asper as a member of the purple and pink flowered clade of Cistus species, along ... "Cistus grancanariae sp. nov. (Cistaceae), una nueva especie para Gran Canaria (Islas Canarias)", Botánica Macaronésica (in ...

*Cistus clusii

"Cistus clusii", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Warburg, E.F. (1968), "Cistus clusii", in Tutin, T.G.; Heywood, V.H.; ... It has been wrongly called Cistus libanotis by many authors. Cistus clusii is a much branched shrub, up to 1 m (3 ft) tall. Its ... clusii in a clade with Cistus munbyi in the white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species, sister to all the remaining white ... "Cistus clusii L.", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-09, retrieved 2015-03-09 ...

*Cistus albidus

... , the grey-leaved cistus, is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with pink to purple ... albidus as the sister to Cistus creticus in the purple and pink flowered clade of Cistus species. C. creticus is found largely ... "Cistus albidus L.", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-09, retrieved 2015-03-09 ... Cistus albidus grows up to 1 m (3 ft) tall. Its leaves are oblong to elliptical in shape, usually 2-5 cm (0.8-2.0 in) long by ...

*Cistus heterophyllus

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. Cistus heterophyllus grows up to 1 m (3 ... "Cistus heterophyllus", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Warburg, E.F. (1968), "Cistus heterophyllus", in Tutin, T.G.; ... Two subspecies are accepted: Cistus heterophyllus subsp. carthaginensis (Pau) M.B.Crespo & Mateo - mainland Spain Cistus ... "Cistus heterophyllus Desf.", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-09, retrieved 2015-03-09 ...

*Cistus crispus

It hybridizes with Cistus albidus to form the hybrid Cistus × incanus. Cistus crispus is native to north Africa and south- ... "Cistus crispus", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Warburg, E.F. (1968), "Cistus albidus", in Tutin, T.G.; Heywood, V.H.; ... Page, R.G. (n.d.) [2002 onwards], "Cistus crispus L.", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-09 ... Cistus crispus grows up to 50 cm (1 ft 8 in) tall. Its grey-green leaves are wavy (undulate), oblong to elliptical in shape, ...

*Cistus laurifolius

... , commonly called laurel-leaf cistus, laurel-leaved cistus or laurel-leaved rock rose, is a species of highly ... Cistus laurifolius var. atlanticus Pit. Cistus laurifolius var. lanceolatus Rouy & Foucaud[citation needed] Cistus laurifolius ... laurifolius Cistus laurifolius var. ovatus Rouy & Foucaud[citation needed] "Cistus laurifolius". Germplasm Resources ... The leaves are larger than in the other species of Cistus, up to 9 cm (4 in) long, lanceolate, dark green, while the underside ...

*Cistus osbeckiifolius

... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with pink to purple flowers. Cistus ... Cistus osbeckiifolius is endemic to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. It is found at elevations of 1,400-2,400 m (4,600-7,900 ft ... "Cistus osbeckiifolius", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Martín Osorio, V.E.; Wildpret de la Torre, W. & Alcántara Vernet, ... Cistus osbeckiifolius (as the subspecies osbeckiifolius) has been rated as "endangered" (EN) in the Spanish "Red List" (Libro ...

*Cistus monspeliensis

... is a species of rockrose known by the common name Montpellier cistus. It is native to southern Europe and ... Cistus monspeliensis is a shrub with evergreen leaves and a hairy, glandular, sticky texture. The leaves are linear to lance- ... http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/get_JM_treatment.pl?3215,3216,3219 Jepson Jepson Manual Treatment - Cistus monspeliensis. ...

*Cistus munbyi

Related to and resembling Cistus clusii, it is native to Morocco and Algeria in western north Africa. Cistus munbyi has narrow ... "Cistus sericeus Munby", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-20 "IPNI Plant Name Details for Cistus sericeus Munby", The ... munbyi in a clade with Cistus clusii within the larger white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species, sister to all the ... Cistus munbyi is native to western north Africa, occurring at elevations of up to 100 metres (330 ft) along the Mediterranean ...

*Cistus libanotis

... was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1759. A different but similar species, Cistus clusii, has regularly ... Page, R.G., "Cistus libanotis L.", The Cistus & Halimium Website, archived from the original on 2015-03-19, retrieved 2015-03- ... "Cistus libanotis", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Demoly, J.-P. & Montserrat, P. (1993), "Cistus" (PDF), in Castroviejo, ... Cistus libanotis is a prostrate or less often erect shrub, up to 80-120 cm (2 ft 7 in-3 ft 11 in) tall. It leaves are dark ...

*Cistus ocreatus

Its name is sometimes spelt Cistus ochreatus. It is endemic to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands. Cistus ocreatus has ovate ... Cistus ocreatus is endemic to Gran Canaria, where it is found in pine forests at altitudes of 860-1,400 metres (2,820-4,590 ft ... It resembles Cistus symphytifolius, but has smaller flowers, and its leaves have a whitish appearance due to a covering of fine ... Cistus ocreatus is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with purple-pink flowers. It is sometimes ...

*Cistus horrens

"Cistus horrens", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 "Cistus horrens Demoly", Jardín Botánico Viera y Clavijo (in Spanish), ... Cistus horrens generally resembles the more widespread Cistus symphytifolius. Differences include young branches covered with ... Cistus horrens is endemic to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, being found in the south-west sector of the island. It is ... Cistus horrens is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with purple to pink flowers. It is endemic to ...

*Cistus salviifolius

Fruits of Cistus salviifolius Close-up on a fruit of Cistus salviifolius Leaves of Cistus salviifolius Cistus salviifolius ... Cistus salviifolius, common names sage-leaved rock-rose, salvia cistus or Gallipoli rose, is a perennial ligneous plant of the ... Plants of Cistus salviifolius Close-up on a flower of Cistus salviifolius ... The genus name Cistus derives from the Ancient Greek words κίσϑος (kisthos) meaning basket, while the species name salviifolius ...

*Cistus inflatus

In summary, in Demoly's analysis: Cistus psilosepalus Sweet is a synonym of Cistus × laxus Aiton Cistus psilosepalus auct., non ... often known as Cistus psilosepalus, although this name is a synonym of the hybrid Cistus × laxus. It has white flowers. Cistus ... As the name Cistus laxus was published by Aiton in 1789, it has priority over the name Cistus psilosepalus, which becomes a ... "Cistus inflatus", The Plant List, retrieved 2015-03-02 Warburg, E.F. (1968), "Cistus psilosepalus", in Tutin, T.G.; Heywood, V. ...

*Cistaceae

... from the Old World the Tuberaria clade a cohesive complex of Halimium and Cistus species Cistus, Halimium and Helianthemum are ... Some Cistus species, mostly C. ladanifer, are used to produce an aromatic resin, used in the perfume industry. The ability of ... The small size of Cistus shrubs could prove favorable, as they take up less space than traditional hosts, such as oak (Quercus ... www.rjb.csic.es/jardinbotanico/ficheros/documentos/pdf/pubinv/PVG/GuzmanVargas_009ODECistaceae.pdf Page R. G. The Cistus & ...

*Halimium lasianthum

"Halimium lasianthum". Cistus & Halimium website. Archived from the original on 5 October 2013. Retrieved 27 July 2013. " ...

*Halimium ocymoides

Cistus algarvensis is a species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, native to southern Portugal and southern Spain. It ... "Halimium ocymoides". The Cistus & Halimium website. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 14 July 2013. "RHS ...
Cistus, Cistus ladaniferus, a shrub, also known as Labdanum, Rock Rose, Sun Rose and Rose of Sharon, is a member of the Cistaceae family and native to the mountainous coastal regions of the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.. Interestingly, Cistus secretes a gum in the summer to protect itself against the intense heat. Labdanum gum has been harvested for 3,000 years and used to treat diarrhea, dysentery, catarrh and menstruation difficulties. A popular use of labdanum was in the making of ancient perfumes. It is said to resemble ambegris in fragrance and was sometimes used as a substitute for it. Apparently Ancient Greek shepherds collected labdanum gum by combing the fleece of their sheep and goat herds. While grazing these animals would rub up against the Cistus shrubs and the natural sticky resin would get stuck to their coats.. Ian Smith reported in the In Essence Magazine Vol 6 No 3:. Broadly speaking, cistus products are obtained from the leaves and stalks of Cistus spp, and ...
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Synonyms: Agrostis alopecuroides Lam., Alopecurus aristatus var. monspeliensis (L.) Huds., Alopecurus monspeliensis L., Phleum crinitum Schreb., Phleum monspeliense Koel., Polypogon crinitus (Schreb.) Nutt., Polypogon flavescens J. Presl, Santia monspeliensis (L.) Parl.. Common names: rabbitsfoot grass; annual beardgrass; rabbitfootgrass; tawny beardgrass. Polypogon monspeliensis and subspp. (rabbit footpolypogon, annual beardgrass) is a winter or summer annual grass (family Poaceae) that can form dense stands in some areas of California. It is common in moist to wet areas.. ...
Cistus Nursery (www.cistus.com), located on Sauvie Island near Portland, Oregon, is one of the worlds great horticultural hotbeds and an almost overwhelming experience for any plantsman, being stuffed with an incredible asortment of the choicest plants - some of which are illustrated above. Founded by Sean Hogan and his late partner Parker Sanderson, and now run by Sean, Nathan Limprecht and a dedicated team of fellow plant enthusiasts, it comprises ornamental plantings, the retail nursery and a series of large polytunnels behind the scenes (where the excitement perhaps reaches its peak ...
Public Release: 2-Feb-2016 Effects on HIV and Ebola Cell culture experiments reveal potent antiviral activity of Cistus incanus Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health Neuherberg, February 2, 2016. Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human immunodeficiency viruses from infecting cells.…
A year ago I wrote about drinking cistus icanus tea in order to rid my body of a form of bartonella, one of the co-infections that often show up in people with Lyme Disease. Every morning for thre… Source: Cistus Icannus Tea Revisited -- A Post for Those with Lyme and Co-Infections
The plants of genus Cistus have been used in folk medicine due to their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and skin photo-protection properties [1]. Cistus creticus (Cistaceae) has been traditionally used as infusion and/or decoction of the dried leaves for external use as anti-inflammatory agent, and peros against cough and cold as well as against mouth irritations. The Cretan Cistus creticus bee-pollen, which has never been studied phytochemically before, was studied. From the butanolic extract, flavonoids as kaempferol and quercetin and glucosides of them have been isolated. Their structural elucidation was determined by modern spectral means 1D- and 2D-NMR ...
Cistus likes to sneak up on you. For months after my arrival in California, I wondered about that intriguingly dry, woody perfume that seemed to be strongest in the less pampered areas of the neighborhood. I came to love the smell before I ever saw the plant in bloom; I had assumed it was some scraggly little weed, or even dry-rotting wood. The combination of the bright flowers and the exotic aroma were simply irresistible. When I acquired my own specimen, I was in for another sweet surprise: the buds squatted innocently at the ends of the stems for several days without showing any sign of color or growth, then suddenly flung wide five half-dollar-sized petals with theatrical flair, curling them in slightly as evening approached ...
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Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human immunodeficiency viruses from infecting cells. Active antiviral ingredients in the extracts inhibit docking of viral proteins to cells. See more here ...
Cistus creticus, commonly known as Rock Rose, is a perennial shrub, found on dry or rocky soils in Mediterranean area and particularly in Crete Island, Rhodes and South Greece. It was known to the Greeks as early as the times of Herodotus and Theophrastus. This plant and has been prized since ancient times as the source of the substance labdanum, also known as ladanum. This sticky resin, derived from the sap of Cistus incanus has been used for centuries as an ingredient in perfumes and incense, as well as to treat colds, coughs, menstrual problems, rheumatism, as well as for embalming and aphrodisiac purposes.
Evergreen bushy shrub with very abundant pink flowers in spring. Plant in the ground or in a container near to the house or swimming pool. It is also very good in flowerbeds and rockeries.
On each occasion of the preparation of the premix the required amount of test substance and corn oil were weighed into a suitable container. An amount of sieved diet that approximately equaled the weight of test substance was added and the mixture stirred together. A further amount of sieved diet (approximately equal to the weight of this mixture) was added and it was stirred well. This doubling up process was repeated until half of the final weight of the premix was achieved. This mixture was then ground using a mechanical grinder after which it was made up to the final weight of the premix with plain diet. This premix was mixed in a Turbula mixer for 100 cycles to ensure the test substance was dispersed in the diet. Aliquots of the premix were then diluted with further quantities of plain diet to produce the required dietary concentrations. Each batch of treated diet was mixed for a further 100 cycles in a Turbula mixer ...
25 µL of control or test material was applied topically on the dorsal surface of both ears using a micropipette daily for three consecutive days (Days 1-3). Five days following the first topical application of the test item or vehicle (Day 6) all mice were injected via the tail vein with 250 μL of phosphate buffered saline (PBS) containing 3H-methyl thymidine (3HTdR: 80 μCi/mL, specific activity 2.0 Ci/mmoL, ARC UK Ltd) giving a total of 20 μCi to each mouse. Five hours later animals were killed by carbon dioxide asphyxiation followed by cervical separation. The lymph nodes from each group were pooled and a single cell suspension was prepared. Cells were washed with phosphate buffered saline (PBS) and precipitated with 5% trichloroacetic acid (TCA) for 18 h at ca. 4 °C. The pellets were recovered by centrifugation and resuspended in 1 mL of TCA and transferred to a vial containing scintillation fluid. 3HTdR incorporation was measured by β-scintillation counting. The "Poly Q™" vials ...
C. x purpuseus (C. cretics x C. ladanifer) is a showy, orchid-pink 3 inch flowers with a darker red spot appear during summer on this heat-loving, evergreen
Labdanum is produced across parts of the Mediterranean (mainly Spain and Greece) as a by-product from shrubs of the Cistus variety - (more commonly known as rock rose). For centuries, the plant has thrived and grown abundantly in rocky outcrops near coastal areas, and is known to secrete a thick, sticky sap when the sun is high overhead and summer temperatures are at their fiercest. In ancient times, local goat herders whose animals had been grazing around the cistus trees, found that the animals fur gradually became matted and soaked with a thick tar-like substance. The fur was profoundly aromatic; imbued with the resins and oils from the shrubs, and their pelts became widely sought after. The beards of the animals were clipped regularly and sold, traded and bartered across the Mediterranean. In Egypt, pharaohs and royals attached plaited strands of labdanum-rich goats hair onto their chins as a perfumed symbol of leadership. This appendage is clearly visible in ancient Egyptian art and ...
Vivai Priola: choose on line your plant Pier Luigi and Gabriella invite you to visit their nursery. They hope to meet you to Porte Aperte, two days nursery non-stop time open. Our nursery is specialized in perennial plant, Grasses, ferns, aromatic plant and particular shrubs. Our assortment and our experience make your garden lovely with a beautiful border. You can see the catalogue and order direct from website. Life starts when you start your garden Read more... ...
May 2009: http://growingontheedge.net/viewtopic.php?t=3065. "I too would dearly love to see photos of Davids 1.5 metre tall shrubs on only 10 cm of planting substrate, something that up until now I would have held for unlikely.". You can see the Leycesteria formosa (now about 1.5m tall), several Aloe striatula (approaching 1m) and three Dasylirion wheeleri (the largest is about 0.8m) on those photo-threads. There are also numerous Cistus x pulverulentus Sunset of varying ages and one Cistus x skanbergii - they eventually reach over 0.5m and spread to about 1m. I have some small plants of Yucca aloifolia that I propose to experiment with next Spring, as well as some more species of Agave and some columnar (someday) Cacti and I am gradually widening the range of Bromeliads. The substrate is nothing more sophisticated than sandy loam soil, amended locally with extra grit and sharp sand when I plant xerophytes. I try to take full advantage of Londons substantial urban-heat-island effect in my ...
Tego Cistus is a standardized plant extract highly enriched in polyphenols from the pink rock rose. Cistus incanus spp. tauricus grows in Europe and parts of the Middle East and has a historical use in traditional European medicine. On a
For vascular plants occurring in wildlands or otherwise outside of cultivation in California, the Jepson eFlora contains taxonomic treatments, distribution maps, illustrations, photographs, and identification keys.
Kali Bichromicum: Highly recommended by Cooper, Clifton and others as a most efficacious remedy in adenoid begetations. It corresponds to the dyscrasia, which permits adenoid growths or tonsillar enlargement.. Calcarea Iodide may be used in cases which are febrile in nature.. Baryta Carbonica: It is also a useful remedy, essentially in children who have recurring attacks of acute tonsillitis.. Cistus Canadensis: In scrofulous or arthritic individuals who have adenoid vegetation. There is extreme sensitiveness to cold air, this is characteristic sensation of heat and dryness in the throat so intense that the patient must drink to relieve. Cold air inhaled causes distress in the throat.. Cistus:. Has a special affinity for the naso-pharynx.. Tuberculinim:. Adenoids are greatly benefited and often times permanently cured by a weekly dose of Tuberculinum or preferably Bacillinum.. Apraphis Nutans:. Obstruction of the nostrils from adenoids. Throat deafness. Deafness and deaf mutism, brcathes with ...
Topical: Apply 2-4 drops directly to desired area. Dilution not required, except for the most sensitive skin. Use as needed. Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily. Caution: Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use ...
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The flail was a rod with three attached beaded, strands. The strands could very considerably, using different types of beads and the lengths between the beads could be broken up into several segments. The flail appears alone on some of the earliest representations of royal ceremonies, as shown in the example from a label of King Den in the 1st Dynasty, sitting under a canopy or in some ritual structure, waiting to run the Sed-festival. It possibly derived from a shepherds whip or a fly whisk. However, some scholars prefer to regard it as a ladanisterion, a flail-like instrument used until the present day by shepherds in the Mediterranean region and elsewhere A very rare depiction of Osiris as Res-udja (he who awakens intact) from the tomb of Seti I. Looking more like Ptah than Osiris, he holds the typical crook and flail.for collecting ladanum, a gummy substance excreted from the leaves of the Cistus plant. According to classical writers, it was used in the preparation of incense and unguents. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - The Co2(CO)8-catalyzed hydrosilylation of oxygen-containing olefins. T2 - Silylmetalation as a key step. AU - Chatani, Naoto. AU - Kodama, Tamotsu. AU - Kajikawa, Yasuteru. AU - Murakami, Hidetatsu. AU - Kakiuchi, Fumitoshi. AU - Ikeda, Shin Ichi. AU - Murai, Shinji. PY - 2000. Y1 - 2000. N2 - The hydrosilylation of oxygen-containing olefins in the presence of Co2(CO)8 was carried out. The Co2(CO)8-catalyzed hydrosilylation of allyl acetate with HSiEt2Me is consistent with proceeding via a silylmetalation mechanism rather than a classical hydrometalation (Chalk-Harrod mechanism).. AB - The hydrosilylation of oxygen-containing olefins in the presence of Co2(CO)8 was carried out. The Co2(CO)8-catalyzed hydrosilylation of allyl acetate with HSiEt2Me is consistent with proceeding via a silylmetalation mechanism rather than a classical hydrometalation (Chalk-Harrod mechanism).. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0034340807&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - ...
Annuals, Aquatic, leaves emergent, Terrestrial, not aquatic, Stems nodes swollen or brittle, Stems erect or ascending, Stems geniculate, decumbent, or lax, sometimes rooting at nodes, Stems solitary, Stems caespitose, tufted, or clustered, Stems terete, round in cross section, or polygonal, Stem internodes hollow, Stems with inflorescence less than 1 m tall, Stems, culms, or scapes exceeding basal leaves, Leaves mostly cauline, Leaves conspicuously 2-ranked, distichous, Leave s sheathing at base, Leaf sheath mostly open, or loose, Leaf sheath smooth, glabrous, Leaf sheath and blade differentiated, Leaf sheath enlarged, inflated or distended, Leaf blades linear, Leaf blades 2-10 mm wide, Leaf blades mostly flat, Leaf blades mostly glabrous, Leaf blades scabrous, roughened, or wrinkled, Ligule present, Ligule an unfringed eciliate membrane, Inflorescence terminal, Inflorescence a dense slender spike-like panicle or raceme, branches contracted, Inflorescence solitary, with 1 spike, fascicle, ...
Mild and soothing summer cycling embrocation Rapha Summer Embrocation is an emollient balm that combines capsicum, arnica and wintergreen with menthol. This is mixed with a complex blend of seed oils including sweet almond, sunflower, Abyssinian, olive, wheatgerm, grape, canola and rosehip. There is also shea butter, vitamin E, pomegranate sterols and beeswax. Ingredients include: Atlas Cedar - a mild astringent reputedly good for relieving stress and tension. Lavender - a natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory used to help ease aches and pains. Pine needle - reputed to ease rheumatism and respiratory complaints. Rosemary - characteristic Mediterranean aroma and general tonic to stimulate the senses. Juniper Berry - a centuries-old boost the immune system. Lemon - refreshing citrus is naturally anti-bacterial. Cypress - aromatic conifer rumoured to have anti-rheumatic properties. Patchouli - anti-inflammatory often used to treat skin conditions. Cistus - produces a soothing, aromatic resin. nb. Also
To complicate matters, many with SIBO also have low or no stomach acid. (Yep) Without adequate stomach acid, you cant process fats or proteins -which usually means you have indigestion, and often weight gain. (Some on SIBO lose weight-I am in the weight gainer camp.) I was on a gluten free, dairy free, FODMAP diet and still having gastro problems. My doctor suggested I take apple cider vinegar (acv) and also prescribed bitters for me to take with each meal. But my intestinal track had become ulcerated-I could not tolerate acv, bitters or even fermented foods. So what did I do? I poured over the internet hours each day until i found a convergence of alternative thought saying turmeric, cabbage juice and Cistus Incanus (only from Greece) would help resolve intestinal ulcers so that low stomach acid and leaky gut could be addressed. By golly, those German naturopaths were right, those things halted the inflammation, got rid of the ulcers and allowed me to start taking acv, lemon water and bitters ...
Moreau, P.-A., J. Vila, M.A. Perez-de-Gregorio, J. Llistosella & X. Llimona. Hemimycena conidiogena, a new cistophilous basidiomycete. Mycotaxon 91: 323-332. 2005.. ABSTRACT: An ecological study of Cistus vegetation in Catalonia (Spain) revealed the existence of a previously undescribed species of Hemimycena section Lacteae characterized by a yellowish tinge on mature basidiomata and the production of blastoconidia on cap and stipe. This species, close to H. lactea, is described as Hemimycena conidiogena. Ecological distribution, taxonomical affinities, systematic position and nature of blastoconidia are discussed. KEYWORDS: Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae, Hemimycena lactea. ...
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Oxygen-containing functional groups such as epoxy, hydroxyl, carboxylic, and carboxyl groups have a great influence on the luminescence properties of graphene oxide quantum dots (GOQDs). Understanding their roles is essential for the design and optimization of GOQD performance. Herein, we investigate the effect of epoxide functional groups in GOQDs on the luminescence mechanism through passivation of the epoxide functional groups using the alkyl ligand oleylamine. Luminescence in the assynthesized GOQDs has two separate origins: intrinsic states derived from localized sp2 carbon subdomains and extrinsic states formed by oxygen-functional groups. When the oleylamine ligand is conjugated on the GOQDs, intrinsic PL emission from the localized sp2 carbon subdomains decreases. This is discussed in detail, based on optical characterization and first-principles density functional theory calculations, which reveal that the role of the epoxide functional groups is to form localized sp2 carbon subdomains ...
In this work, the composition of oxygen-containing yttrium hydride (YHO) thin films was investigated. The films were prepared by reactive sputter deposition, and were found for have oxygen contents on the order of several tens of per cents. We present depth-resolved atomic composition profiles of photochromic YHO films to study the connection between composition, photochromic properties and growth parameters. Two films, deposited at different pressures, were prepared and characterized using ion beam analysis techniques, i.e. Rutherford backscattering spectrometry and elastic recoil detection analysis. We found that an increase of deposition pressure results in larger [O]/[Y] ratios, while the ratio [H]/[Y] becomes reduced. We also report a gradual oxidation of the films exposed to air as well as hydrogen release under ion ...
Coatings, devices and methods are provided, wherein the contacting surface of a medical device with at least one contacting surface for contacting a bodily fluid or tissue is modified by plasma treatment in a plasma including nitrogen-containing molecules and oxygen-containing molecules and by application of a biologically compatible coating, preferably by plasma treatment in a plasma including polymerized hydrocyclosiloxane monomers. The nitrogen-containing molecules include NH3, (NH4)+, N2O, NO, NO2 and N2O4, and the oxygen-containing molecules include O2 and O3. The plasma-modified contacting surface exhibits decreased adhesion of at least some mammalian cells, such as platelets and leukocytes, decreased restenosis when used with stents, and increased apoptosis. Additional layers may be applied, including amine-providing groups such as N-trimethylsilyl-allylamine, polyoxyalkylene tethers, and bioactive compounds.
A method of manufacturing a polyolefin using a catalyst system of an ingredient (A) and ingredient (B), with ingredient A being obtained through successive reaction steps. Ingredient A is prepared by forming a mixture of (1) the combination of (a) metallic magnesium or an oxygen-containing organic compound of magnesium with (b) a mixture of a monohydroxylated organic compound and a polyhydroxylated organic compound, (2) oxygen-containing organic compounds of titanium and (3) at least one alpha-olefin having at least 4 carbon atoms, such as 1-hexene. The resulting solution is reacted in sequence with (4) at least one first halogenated aluminum compound, (5) at least one silicon compound and (6) at least one second halogenated aluminum compound. Ingredient B is an organometallic compound of metals from Group Ia, IIa, IIIa or IVa of the Periodic Table. The resulting free-flowing polyolefin is characterized by a large average particle size and small amount of fine particles.
Drought stress is one of the most severe problem limited agricultural productivity worldwide. It has been reported that plants response to drought-stress by sophisticated mechanisms at both transcriptional and post-transcriptional levels. However, the precise molecular mechanisms governing the responses of tobacco leaves to drought stress and water status are not well understood. To identify genes and miRNAs involved in drought-stress responses in tobacco, we performed both mRNA and small RNA sequencing on tobacco leaf samples from the following three treatments: untreated-control (CL), drought stress (DL), and re-watering (WL). In total, we identified 798 differentially expressed genes (DEGs) between the DL and CL (DL vs. CL) treatments and identified 571 DEGs between the WL and DL (WL vs. DL) treatments. Further analysis revealed 443 overlapping DEGs between the DL vs. CL and WL vs. DL comparisons, and, strikingly, all of these genes exhibited opposing expression trends between these two comparisons,
Searching on the Internet for Turkish Flute makers, I found Rifat Varol, a master player and Ney maker in the Sultanahmet district of Istanbul. I emailed him and he agreed to meet me at the Firuz Aga Mosque so that we could share each others traditional flute experiences. I told him that finding me would be easy - I would be in the door of the mosque, wearing all black and holding a Japanese flute. We met and went for tea, a great Turkish social tradition. We drank our team in a public meeting place with a domed ceiling that had perfect acoustics. I played Choshi and Banshiki on my 1.8 Shakuhachi in the key of D. He played a variety of traditional Turkish pieces on a Kiz Ney (key of B) and the longer Mansur Ney (key of A). We then tried playing to together using his Sipürde Ney (key of D), which matched the tone of my flute perfectly. The result was a harmonious blending of the two very different flute sounds. The Ney is a 5000 year old instrument and may very well have been the predecessor to ...
Traditional turkish ensemble performs the folk song Üsküdar. Note similarities in scales and instrumentation with the Macedonian performance.
So anyway what the hell was in the bag that Aaron gave me and how did it fair? Well, it seems that he is a big fan of Turkish cuisine so for this installment of WMPC he prepared a lavish Ottoman feast of Baba Ganoush and Aubergine Salad with Pide Bread as a meze starter, Lamb Tagine with Dates, Almonds and Honey for mains and a dessert of Stuffed Apricots with Strained Greek Yoghurt and Chopped Pistachios. Now Aaron has already gone and posted in his blog that he felt that his baba ganoush didnt quite hit the spot and Ive already told him that he shouldnt beat himself up about this. No I am quite happy to do it instead because yes this traditional Turkish aubergine dish did misfire somewhat. As Aaron explained in his post, the aubergine almost certainly would have benefited from a proper roasting on a gas hob or under a hot grill to impart that signature smokey flavour rather than baking in the oven. Adding a healthy blob of tahini would have also given it a nutty kick. But that is my only ...
Kalkan is a town in Mediterranean Turkey. It is an enchanting, historic town and one of the most beautiful locations along Turkeys gorgeous Lycian Coast. There is an absence of mass tourism, and it remains a charming and unspoiled haven with brilliant blue crystal-clear sea, historic architecture, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
Kalkan is a town in Mediterranean Turkey. It is an enchanting, historic town and one of the most beautiful locations along Turkeys gorgeous Lycian Coast. There is an absence of mass tourism, and it remains a charming and unspoiled haven with brilliant blue crystal-clear sea, historic architecture, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
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Many doctors believe that oxidative stress is a factor in insulin resistance, which makes the body less able to absorb and use sugar (glucose) circulating in the blood. Oxidative stress is a factor in many disorders and occurs when unstable oxygen-containing molecules outnumber antioxidants in the body, causing a toxic imbalance that damages the fats, proteins, and DNA within cells.. In one study, 19 men with type 2 diabetes took a placebo or 5 mg of resveratrol (the antioxidant polyphenol) twice per day. Researchers asked the men not to eat foods with high amounts of resveratrol, such as red wine and grapes, peanuts and berries. After four weeks, while the placebo group had not improved, men who had taken resveratrol had far fewer signs of oxidative stress, and much higher levels of a protein that helps cells absorb and use glucose. Doctors said this is the first study in humans to show that resveratrol improves insulin sensitivity. References: British Journal of Nutrition; 2011 August, Vol. ...
Looking for oxygenate? Find out information about oxygenate. To treat, infuse, or combine with oxygen. An oxygen-containing compound, such as an alcohol or an ether, used as an additive to gasoline to improve octane... Explanation of oxygenate
An ion transport membrane system comprising (a) a pressure vessel having an interior, an exterior, an inlet, and an outlet; (b) a plurality of planar ion transport membrane modules disposed in the interior of the pressure vessel and arranged in series, each membrane module comprising mixed metal oxide ceramic material and having an interior region and an exterior region, wherein any inlet and any outlet of the pressure vessel are in flow communication with exterior regions of the membrane modules; and (c) one or more gas manifolds in flow communication with interior regions of the membrane modules and with the exterior of the pressure vessel. The ion transport membrane system may be utilized in a gas separation device to recover oxygen from an oxygen-containing gas or as an oxidation reactor to oxidize compounds in a feed gas stream by oxygen permeated through the mixed metal oxide ceramic material of the membrane modules.
Water is removed from an alkaline solution used to extract relatively high concentrations of mercaptans from a hydrocarbon stream by stripping the alkaline solution with a hydrocarbon vapor stream. The vapor stream is then admixed with the oxygen-containing off-gas stream of the process ...
60 matching references were found. Baboshin, V.N.; Mikheev, L.D.; Pavlov, A.B.; Fokanov, V.P.; Khodarkovskii, M.A.; Shirokikh, A.P., Investigation of luminescence and excitation spectra of molecular iodine, Sov. J. Quantum Electron. Engl. Transl., 1981, 11, 683-684, In original 1138. [all data] Zgirovskii, A.A.; Sachek, A.I.; Pavlov, A.I., P-T-data presentation by UNIPAC method for butyl alcohols at pressures higher than atmospheric in Vses. Konf. po Termodinamike Organ. Soedinenii, 5th, Kuibyshev, p 18, 1987. [all data] Pavlov, A.I.; Peshenko, A.D.; Zubkov, V.I., Liquid-vapor equilibrium of a series of systems containing oxygen-containing organic compounds, Termodin. Org. Soedin., 1986, 1986, 77. [all data] Pavlov, A.I.; Peshchenko, A.D.; Sachek, A.I.; Zubkov, V.I., Liquid-vapor equilibrium in binary systems produced from methyl ethy ketone synthesis products, Deposited Doc., 1984, VINITI 3997-84, 17 pp 1984. [all data] Pavlov, A.I.; Markovnik, V.S.; Peshchenko, A.D.; Sachek, A.I.; Andreevskii, ...
An abrasion-resistant coated plastic lens element and a method for coating the element with an abrasion-resistant coating includes forming a coating on a face of a mold that is substantially cured and adherable to lens-forming material. The coating composition consists of reactants, approximately 70% to 95% of which have at least triacrylate functionality and approximately 5% to 30% of which have diacrylate functionality, a photoinitiator, a polymerization inhibitor reactive with oxygen, and a silane adhesion promoter and an acid to activate the silane adhesion promoter. The coating is applied to the face of the mold to form a substantially uniform coating and is then subjected to ultraviolet light in an ambient oxygen-containing environment such that a hard abrasion-resistant coating is formed on the mold. The mold is then filled with a lens-forming composition which is reactive with acrylate groups of the coating at a coating/lens interface. The lens-forming composition is permitted to cure in
U.S. 7,854,917 B2 Tronox LLC has been granted a patent for a process for manufacturing titanium dioxide comprised of continuously reacting a titanium halide and an oxygen-containing gas in the vapor phase to produce tita
Oxygen can be recovered from air at high temperatures by passing hot compressed oxygen-containing gas, preferably air, at temperatures above 500oC over ...
From: mskelly at freenet2.scri.fsu.edu (Mark Skelly) , Subject: abiogenesis , Basically, this states that it took 3 billion years just for a cell to , evolve into one with a nucleus(eukaryote). And it took ONLY 1 billion , years to go from a eukaryote[ cell w/ nucleus ] to a modern humanoid. , Quite illogical. What a silly statement. Where does logic come into it? Are you forgetting a few trifling necessities for higher evolution, like an enriched oxygen-containing atmosphere? , It has been said that if a Creator exists, than who created the , Creator? We are forgeting that the Creator is infinite, therefore , to ask who created God? It the same as to purpose the question: , When did infinity begin? This is a paradox. And this is getting even more silly. And what if there IS NO CREATOR? What then, Mahavira? _____________________________________________________ , Ed Rybicki, PhD , (ed at molbiol.uct.ac.za) , , Dept Microbiology , University of Cape Town , , Private Bag, Rondebosch , 7700, South ...
Compositions and methods for reducing the rate of loss of oxygen from a solution and increasing the effective life span of oxygen-containing calibration solutions.
My interests are studying, reading, at least 3 hours a day, listening to music, especialy Turkish folk and classic Turkish music. I also like to dance and I was told to be the best dancing the "Roman Havasi". I like traveling and one of my favorite vacation spots is Aegeans beautiful city Bodrum ...
Salvage logging is the commonest post-fire emergency action, but has unclear ecological effects. In the Mediterranean Basin, drought periods and fire regimes are changing and forest management should be adapted. In summer 2009, a mid-high severity fire burned 968 ha of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) forest in southeast Spain, which was submitted to salvage logging six months later. In spring 2010, plots were set in untreated and logged areas to monitor the recruitment and survival of the main tree species and three companion species: Stipa tenacissima L. (resprouter), Cistus clusii Dunal and Rosmarinus officinalis L. (obligate seeders). We evaluated responses to different scenarios in relation to intensification of summer droughts and forest management to obtain differences in water stress, growth, and gas exchange to cope with summer drought. Drought was induced by using rain-exclusion shelters and recorded ecophysiological characteristics were obtained with a portable gas exchange system. The
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This unique speciality ingredient derived from Cistus ladaniferus gum-resin, has been produced by the Synarome company (now part of NACTIS) since 1926, when it was introduced as an alternative to Ambergris Tincture.. Invaluable in many types of fragrance especially amber, incense and chypre types it contains a material similar in odour to that present in ambergris but is much more strongly animalic than the plain labdanum absolute.. Although this is quite an expensive product, its economical in use because very little is needed to get a large effect. It is very rarely used above 1% of the fragrance concentrate.. This is Synaromes usage description: "Replaces ambergris tincture. A 1% solution of Ambrarome is equivalent to a 2.5% ambergris tincture. Very widely used as a fixative, this product also contributes to the development of fragrance notes. It can be used at 0.5% - 3% in a compound. 1gr per 40 litres of ethanol gives to ethanol a round note" This extract contains the following materials ...
Dermatitis is a general term for any type of inflammation of the skin. The distinction between dermatitis and eczema can be confusing. Sometimes eczema refers specifically to atopic dermatitis. Dermatitis/eczema produces scaling, flaking, thickening, weeping, crusting, color changes and often itching.. Dermatitis & Eczema Formula contains: Lavender, Juniper, Ledum, Cistus, Chamomile, Helichrysum, Geranium, Patchouli, Sage and Thyme oils along with African shea butter and coconut and palm kerna base. In a recent (documented) severe case of atopic dermatitis with split knuckles and raw bleeding skin, one application reversed the condition in 8 hours.. Check out the products you are currently putting on your face. Do they contain any of the following??. Why dont you run and get a bottle of any of the skin moisturizers that you are currently using. You might find that your personal care products contain one or probably more of many possibly dangerous ingredients.. Here are a few of the most common ...
Hello Ladies! Lancomes new fragrance launches here next week. Ive reviewed it on my blog, and its actually a quite lovely, soft and girly chypre. Notes; Mandarin, Pink Peppercorns, Honey, Osmanthus, Rose, Patchouli, Cistus Labdanum, Benzoin, Tonka Bean, Vanilla ** UPDATE 6.45pm ** The winning name picked from the hat was Shadesofbleu! Congratulations!
Species: Salvia lanceolata. Name. Salvia lanceolata Brouss.. References. Elenchus Plantarum Horti Botanici Monspeliensis. app. 15. 1806. ...
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An aspirating/ventilating or aspirating apparatus comprising multi-lumen catheter tubes, for evacuation of lung secretions and for other functions as well. Two and three lumen catheter tubes which comprise three unique distal catheter end structures are disclosed. Material comprising oxygen-containing gas is introduced into the lungs under positive pressure through a first lumen of the catheter tube at a predetermined rate while secretions (and gas) are simultaneously aspirated from the lung into a second lumen by force of negative pressure. Oxygen gas inflow is controlled to equal gas outflow to maintain the partial pressure of oxygen into the lung at a high respiratory level. In a first distal catheter end structure, an oxygen-containing gas is introduced through the first lumen as a circumscribing jet around the second lumen to provide fluid flow turbulence external to a second lumen to improve homogenization of localized secretions resulting in more efficient aspiration. In a second distal catheter
In this paper, a Pd/reduced graphene oxide (Pd/RGO) catalyst was successfully synthesized by a chemical reduction method with hydrazine hydrate as a reducing agent. By controlling the amount of reducing agent, the Pd/RGO catalyst showed different surface Pd loadings and graphene interlayer spacings. The Pd/F
Smith, C., G.; Lee, S., J.; Marquardt, D., L., 1995: Effects of Tubercidin and its 5'-O-Methyl Ether on Adenosine Receptors and Mediator Release Functions in Mast Cells
In the 1840s, fires started terrorizing Edo due to repeated drought. Kabuki theatres, traditionally made of wood, were constantly burning down, forcing their relocation within the ukiyo. When the area that housed the Nakamura-za was completely destroyed in 1841, the shogun refused to allow the theatre to be rebuilt, saying that it was against fire code.[6] The shogunate did not welcome the mixing and trading that occurred between town merchants and actors, artists, and prostitutes. The shogunate took advantage of the fire crisis in 1842 to force the Nakamura-za, Ichimura-za, and Kawarazaki-za out of the city limits and into Asakusa, a northern suburb of Edo. Actors, stagehands, and others associated with the performances were forced out as well. Those in areas and lifestyles centered around the theatres also migrated, but the inconvenience of the new location reduced attendance.[3] These factors, along with strict regulations, pushed much of kabuki "underground" in Edo, with performances ...
Özlem Güçlü Üstündag, Sevcan Ersan, Ezgi Özcan, Gizem Özan, Neslihan Kayra, F. Yesim Ekinci. Black tea processing waste as a source of antioxidant and antimicrobial phenolic compounds. European Food Research and Technology, Volume: 242 Issue: 9 Pages: 1523-1532 Published: SEP 2016.. F.Y. Ekinci, G.M. Baser, E. Özcan, Ö. Güçlü-Üstündağ, M. Korachi, A. Sofu, J.B. Blumberg, C-Y O Chen. Characterization of Chemical, Biological and Antiproliferative Properties of Fermented Black Carrot Juice, Shalgam. European Food Research and Technology, Volume: 242 Issue: 8 Pages: 1355-1368 Published: AUG 2016.. Sofu and F.Y. Ekinci. 2016. Bacterial diversity dynamics of traditional Turkish ezine cheese as evaluated by PCR-DGGE and SSCP analysis. International Journal of Dairy Technology Volume: 69 Issue: 4 Pages: 592-600 Published: NOV 2016.. Aydın, F.Y. Ekinci, M. Korachi. Expression profiles of TGF-β and TLR pathways in Porphyromonas gingivalis and Prevotella intermedia challenged osteoblasts. ...
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This invention relates to a method for generating peroxides in petroleum streams. More particularly, peroxides may be generated in-situ by combining the petroleum stream with a high neutralization number (HNN) crude and adding an oxygen-containing stream. HNN crudes contain molecules sufficient for peroxide generation. Peroxides may also be added directly to the petroleum stream without the need for addition of a HNN crude. Oil soluble metal catalysts are added to aid in peroxide formation.
A method is disclosed for regenerating a solid adsorbent which has been used to remove oxygen-containing hydrocarbonaceous compounds, water or sulfur-containing compounds from a hydrocarbon stream. The method is preferably applied to molecular sieves which have been used to remove ethers, alcohols a ...
Citation: Uchimiya, M., Chang, S., Klasson, K.T. 2011. Screening biochars for heavy metal retention in soil: role of oxygen functional groups. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 190:432-441. Interpretive Summary: Biochars can be produced by the thermochemical conversion of agricultural wastes for a wide range of agricultural and environmental applications such as the soil fertilization, site remediation, and carbon sequestration. However, when used to stabilize heavy metals in contaminated soils, the biochar amendment can result in a complex and unforeseen release of nutrients as well as undesirable elements. In this study, a statistical tool was employed to better interpret the complex data set and to determine the primary factors that control the retention and release of various elements in biochar amended soils. Statistical analysis and biochar characterization results suggested that the oxygen-containing functional groups are key to the ability of biochars to retain heavy metals, if amended on ...
Graphene oxide (GO) supported iron oxide nanoparticles (NPs) have been successfully synthesized by a hydrothermal method and used as Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (FTS) catalysts. The GO with oxygen-containing groups may have a strong interaction with iron oxide NPs, retarding the contact between active sites an
We have studied the pyrolysis of aromatic combustion intermediates using an array of detection techniques. The molecules investigated include cyclic aromatic molecules with hydrocarbon substituents (ethylbenzene, n-propylbenzene, isopropylbenzene, and styrene), oxygen-containing substituents (anisole and phenol), triply substituted systems (vanillin), resonance stabilized radicals (benzyl radical and tropyl radical) and phenyl radical. At the exit of a resistively heated micro-reactor (1 mm inner diameter, 3 cm long), the pyrolysis fragments are detected using photoionization mass spectrometry (PIMS), matrix isolation vibrational spectroscopy, microwave spectroscopy, tunable VUV synchrotron-based PIMS, and table-top VUV PIMS with photoelectron photoion coincidence spectroscopy (PEPICO). This array of detection methods allows for the identification of all possible fragments including metastables, radicals, and atoms. The findings allow for detailed mechanistic information regarding which pathways ...
Humic Ion-Binding Model VII aims to predict the competitive reactions of protons and metals with natural organic matter in soils and waters, based on laboratory results with isolated humic and fulvic acids (HA and FA). Model VII is simpler in its postulated multidentate metal binding sites than the previous Model VI. Three model parameters were eliminated by using a formal relationship between monodentate binding to strong- and weak-acid oxygen-containing ligands, and removing factors that provide ranges of ligand binding strengths. Thus Model VII uses a single adjustable parameter, the equilibrium constant for monodentate binding to strong-acid (carboxylate) groups (KMA), for each metallic cation. Proton-binding parameters, and mean values of log KMA were derived by fitting 248 published datasets (28 for protons, 220 for cationic metals). Default values of log KMA for FA were obtained by combining the fitted values for FA, results for HA, and the relationship for different metals between log ...
These findings appear in the January 11, 2013 edition of The Journal of Biological Chemistry.. During periods of cellular stress, such as exposure to UV radiation, the number of highly reactive oxygen-containing molecules can increase in cells, resulting in serious damage. However, relatively little is known about the role played in this process by a number of stress-related enzymes.. In the new study, the TSRI team led by Professor Philip LoGrasso focused on an enzyme known as c-jun-N-terminal kinase (JNK). Under stress, JNK migrates to the mitochondria, the part of the cell that generates chemical energy and is involved in cell growth and death. That migration, coupled with JNK activation, is associated with a number of serious health issues, including mitochondrial dysfunction, which has long been known to contribute to neuronal death in Parkinsons disease. The new study showed for the first time that the interaction of JNK with a protein known as Sab is responsible for the initial JNK ...
Conventional cytotoxic therapies for synovial sarcoma provide limited benefit, and no drugs specifically targeting the causative SS18-SSX fusion oncoprotein are currently available. Histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibition has been shown in previous studies to disrupt the synovial sarcoma oncoprotein complex, resulting in apoptosis. To understand the molecular effects of HDAC inhibition, RNA-Seq transcriptome analysis was undertaken in six human synovial sarcoma cell lines. HDAC inhibition induced pathways of cell cycle arrest, neuronal differentiation and response to oxygen-containing species, effects also observed in other cancers treated with this class of drugs. More specific to synovial sarcoma, polycomb-group targets were reactivated including tumor suppressor CDKN2A, and pro-apoptotic transcriptional patterns were induced. Functional analyses revealed that ROS-mediated FOXO activation and pro-apoptotic factors BIK, BIM and BMF were important to apoptosis induction following HDAC-inhibition ...
Provided are electrokinetically-altered fluids (e.g., gas-enriched (e.g., oxygen-enriched) electrokinetic fluids) comprising an ionic aqueous solution of charge-stabilized oxygen-containing nanostructures in an amount sufficient to provide, upon contact with a cell, modulation of at least one of cellular membrane potential and cellular membrane conductivity. Further provided are the methods of making the electrokinetically-altered ionic aqueous fluid compositions. Particular aspects provide for regulating or modulating intracellular signal transduction associated by modulation of at least one of cellular membranes, membrane potential, membrane proteins such as membrane receptors, including but not limited to G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCR), and intercellular junctions (e.g., tight junctions, gap junctions, zona adherins and desmasomes). Other embodiments include particular methods of producing the electrokinetically-altered fluids. The electrokinetically-altered fluid compositions and methods
Where this paper really gets original is that they decide to play with heating the GO. Previous reports have shown that GO is not thermally stable, and that heating it releases oxygen-containing compounds (this can also be used as an exfoliation method, which Ill post on some day). Releasing oxygen, reasoned the authors, sounds a lot like reducing something; so by heating GO to anywhere between 400 and 1100 C (with or without previous hydrazine reduction), they found that reduction did take place. They proved this with XPS measurements, which show the amount of C-C, C-O, C=O, or C-N bonds in a certain sample. The initial GO films have about 53% C-C bonds, with the rest taken up by C-O or C=O bonds. Treatment with hydrazine increased the proportion of C-C bonds, with C=O and C-N bonds (from incomplete reduction to hydrazone groups) making up the balance. The trend continues after annealing at 400 C, but the most graphitic surfaces were made by heating the GO at 1100 C with no previous hydrazine ...
Part of a family of enhanced Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surfaces that alter the surface charge of culture vessels, CellBIND surface improves the attachment and growth of fastidious cell types. This advanced surface features a net negative surface charge due to oxygen-containing functional groups incorporated in the polystyrene surface. The surface is more hydrophilic, and thus more wettable, compared to standard TC-treated surfaces, which facilitates cell attachment and spreading.. ...
Part of a family of enhanced Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surfaces that alter the surface charge of culture vessels, CellBIND surface improves the attachment and growth of fastidious cell types. This advanced surface features a net negative surface charge due to oxygen-containing functional groups incorporated in the polystyrene surface. The surface is more hydrophilic, and thus more wettable, compared to standard TC-treated surfaces, which facilitates cell attachment and spreading.. ...
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Large shrub or small tree with a dense, irregular crown composed of many small trunks from crooked trunks. Bark pale or creamy, thin, smooth with many breathing pores (lenticels). Leaves dark green above, 3/4-2 inches long. Semi-deciduous, with the old leaves falling as the new flush of growth begins. ...
A prolonged period of heavy rain suggested that a final trip to Ards for 2014 would be productive, so we went along to see what was around. It was suggested that we try an area that we hadnt visited before (Ards is huge!), so we chose a direction at random and set forth. The first part of the loop passed through an area that had fairly recently been disturbed due to clear-felling of Spruce (yay!), so that was rather unproductive, but we soon arrived at a high area that was undisturbed ancient Oak and Beech, with Birch at the fringes. It is clear that this area is not one that is visited by mushroom hunters, since we found a good number of very large Ceps (Boletus edulis) that had been left to decay ...
A prolonged period of heavy rain suggested that a final trip to Ards for 2014 would be productive, so we went along to see what was around. It was suggested that we try an area that we hadnt visited before (Ards is huge!), so we chose a direction at random and set forth. The first part of the loop passed through an area that had fairly recently been disturbed due to clear-felling of Spruce (yay!), so that was rather unproductive, but we soon arrived at a high area that was undisturbed ancient Oak and Beech, with Birch at the fringes. It is clear that this area is not one that is visited by mushroom hunters, since we found a good number of very large Ceps (Boletus edulis) that had been left to decay ...
A prolonged period of heavy rain suggested that a final trip to Ards for 2014 would be productive, so we went along to see what was around. It was suggested that we try an area that we hadnt visited before (Ards is huge!), so we chose a direction at random and set forth. The first part of the loop passed through an area that had fairly recently been disturbed due to clear-felling of Spruce (yay!), so that was rather unproductive, but we soon arrived at a high area that was undisturbed ancient Oak and Beech, with Birch at the fringes. It is clear that this area is not one that is visited by mushroom hunters, since we found a good number of very large Ceps (Boletus edulis) that had been left to decay ...
A prolonged period of heavy rain suggested that a final trip to Ards for 2014 would be productive, so we went along to see what was around. It was suggested that we try an area that we hadnt visited before (Ards is huge!), so we chose a direction at random and set forth. The first part of the loop passed through an area that had fairly recently been disturbed due to clear-felling of Spruce (yay!), so that was rather unproductive, but we soon arrived at a high area that was undisturbed ancient Oak and Beech, with Birch at the fringes. It is clear that this area is not one that is visited by mushroom hunters, since we found a good number of very large Ceps (Boletus edulis) that had been left to decay ...
A superb evergreen shrub from Mark Fillan which has just come into flower. It seems to be growing robustly, despite last summers drought ...
At our April 2012 work party Friends of Julias Gulch planted and flagged all 350. This was not a prime planting season but we needed to quickly get them in the somewhat damp soil so they could develop a root system before the summer drought. We put the last one to bed and left crossing our fingers that a few might survive. To our amazement we have a 40 to 50% survival rate ...
sun rose: Any of 80-110 species of low-growing flowering plants making up the genus Helianthemum in the rock rose family (Cistaceae), the flowers of which resemble single roses. They include...
0060]Nonlimiting examples of natural oils used in the present invention include basic oils such as almond oil, apricot kernel, avocado, borage, carrot oil, castor oil, evening primrose, grapeseed, hazelnut, hemp oil, jojobo, neem oil, peanut, rose hip seed, black current seed oil, sesame seed oil, vegetable glycerine, Vitamin E, rise bran oil, macadamia oil, emu oil, coconut oil virgin, walnut oil, corn oil, flaxseed oil, olive oil, palm oil, canola oil and safflower seed oil; and essential oils such as agar oil, ajwain oil, angelica root oil, anise oil, asafoetida, balsam oil, basil oil, benzoin, bergamot oil, black pepper oil, buchu oil, cajeput, camphor, cannabis flower oil, caraway oil, cardamom seed oil, carrot seed oil, cedarwood oil, chamomile, calamus root, cinnamon oil, cistus species, citronella oil, cinnamon leaf, clary sage, clove leaf oil, coffee, costmary oil (bible leaf oil), costus root, cranberry seed oil, cubeb, cumin oil/black seed oil, cypress, cypriol, curry leaf, davana ...
Sunscreens, moisturisers and melanin control creams for anti-ageing now have more choice for active ingredients, Sunsafe Complex A9 (Octocrylene, avobenzone, ethylhexyl ethylhexanoate), Caspase 14 (synthetic peptide), Marrubium vulgare stems G, Actipone Superveggies, Hyadisine (Pseudoalteromonas ferment extract), Organic Biophytosebum (Olive oil decyl esters squalen), Lipigenine, Aquabeautine XL (caviar extract), Reforcyl (Gynostemma pentaphyllum, Rock Rose, Cistus incanus, glutamine) Survixyl IS, Retilactyl D (black pepper berries, Esaderm10 (aqua, hydroxypropylguar), Citrolumine, Regu-Fade and Resveratrol provide more choice and improved efficacy.
Grasslands dominated by Stipa tenacissima are important ecosystems in the arid and semiarid climates of western Mediterranean, where they have originated by degradation of open dry forests and shrublands. At present, although the level of exploitation in these ecosystems is very low, succession processes seem to have stopped. In this study, we explore the role of microsite and post-dispersal seed predation on the seedling emergence of two species from advanced successional stages (Rhamnus lycioides, Quercus coccifera), three species from degraded stages (Cistus clusii, Helianthemum violaceum, Anthyllis terniflora), and of the dominant species (Stipa tenacissima). Seeds of these species were sown in plots divided into two microsites: (i) under tussocks of S. tenacissima and (ii) in the bare soil between tussocks. Soil moisture was significantly higher in the tussock microsites. The interaction observed between microsite and time, reflected the slower drying process under tussocks. Seed predation ...
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The pomegranate ellagitannins, which include punicalagin isomers, are ellagitannins found in the fruit, rind (peel), bark or heartwood of pomegranates (Punica granatum). As the chemistry of punicalagins became known it was found to be not unique to pomegranate. Punicalagins are present in numerous species of the genus Terminalia, species chebula Retz. ("Fructus Chebulae"), myriocarpa, catappa and citrina (tropical flowering trees historically used in African traditional medicine for antibiotic and antifungal purposes). They have also been isolated from Cistus salvifolius (a Mediterranean shrub) and Combretum molle (an African shrub). Pomegranate fruits natural phenols can be extracted with ethyl acetate and fractionation can afford the ellagitannin punicalagins. A few dietary supplements and nutritional ingredients are available that contain extracts of whole pomegranate and/or are standardized to punicalagins, the marker compound of pomegranate. Extracts of pomegranate are also Generally ...
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Instructions for use: Roll in circular motions over tight muscles to help instantly cool and soothe aches 30ml/ 1fl.oz. Ingredients: Aqua (Water), SD Alcohol 40-B, Menthol, Glycerin, Mentha Viridis Oil, Menthone Glycerin Acetal, Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/Sebacate, Polyglyceryl-6 Caprylate/Caprate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Coco Glucoside, C20-22 Alkyl Phosphate, C20-22 Alcohols, Mentha Piperita Oil, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Citrus Limon Peel Oil, Cupressus Sempervirens Leaf/Nut/Stem Oil, Lavandula Hybrida Oil, Cistus Ladaniferus Oil, d-Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Eugenol, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Ilex Paraguariensis Extract, Zingiber Officinale Extract, Equisetum Arvense Extract, Punica Granatum Extract, Boswellia Carterii Extract, Xanthan Gum, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol
Separation of dicarboxylic acids by means of a host-guest interaction is challenging because the mixtures include isomers or molecules that are very geometrically similar. This is the case for two important dicarboxylic acids, fumaric acid and maleic acid. Fumaric acid is an intermediate product in the energy metabolism of all cells. It has many applications in the food and pharmaceutical industries. Maleic acid is used in polymer production, dying cotton, and decalcifying agents.. Fumaric acid is usually obtained through the isomerization of maleic acid, which is harmful to health, so all residues of maleic acid must be scrupulously removed from the fumaric acid product. As the host molecule for their separation, the research team selected a polyamine that consists of two oxygen-containing, six-membered, hydrocarbon rings bound together through a hydrocarbon chain that contains three amino groups. This compound is flexible and can crystallize in different conformations. This host molecule ...
Bee pollen produced from Schisandra chinensis plants is described to exert potent antioxidant effects and to be a free radical scavenger. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of therapeutic treatment with Schisandra chinensis bee pollen extract (SCBPE) on liver and kidney injury induced by CP. The rats were intragastrically administrated with different doses of SCBPE (400mg/kg/day, 800mg/kg/day, 1200mg/kg/day) and vitamin C (400mg/kg/day, positive control group) for 12days, and the liver and kidney injury models were established by single intraperitoneal injection of CP (8mg/kg) at seventh day ...
Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Lavandula angustifolia† oil, Boswellia carterii† oil, Cananga odorata† flower oil, Boswellia sacra† oil, Abies balsamea† needle oil, Jasminum officinale* oil, Santalum paniculatum† wood oil, Ferula galbaniflua† resin oil, Citrus aurantium dulcis† peel oil, Angelica archangelica† root oil, Pelargonium graveolens† flower oil, Commiphora myrrha† oil, Hyssopus officinalis† leaf oil, Ocotea quixos† leaf oil, Salvia lavandulaefolia† leaf oil, Picea mariana† leaf oil, Cistus ladaniferus† oil, Nardostachys jatamansi† rhizome/root extract, Coriandrum sativum† seed oil, Citrus aurantium bergamia† peel oil (Furocoumarinfree), Citrus limon†peel oil, Anthemis nobilis† flower oil, Cymbopogon martini† oil, Rosa damascena† flower oil. †100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil. *100% pure absolute ...
Pyrosequencing analysis of the microbiota of honeybee products and honeybees revealed the predominance of Lactobacillus kunkeei in honey, bee pollen, bee bread, and royal jelly. L. kunkeei was isolated from bee pollen, bee bread, and honey stomach, and its effect on IgA production was evaluated in vitro. Heat-killed YB38 and YB83 isolates from bee pollen promoted IgA production in mouse Peyers Patch cells and had little mitogenic activity or effect on IL-2 production in mouse spleen cells in comparison with Listeria monocytogenes, which does exhibit mitogen activity. A pilot study in 11 healthy adults showed that 4-week intake of 1,000 mg/day heat-killed YB38 increased SIgA concentrations and secretion in saliva with no adverse effects. ...

Cistus - West Coast Institute of AromatherapyCistus - West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy

Cistus. Cistus, Cistus ladaniferus, a shrub, also known as Labdanum, Rock Rose, Sun Rose and Rose of Sharon, is a member of the ... Broadly speaking, cistus products are obtained from the leaves and stalks of Cistus spp, and labdanum products are prepared ... Bruce Berkowsky, associates Cistus with the Theme of Coldness. This suggests that Cistus might be helpful anywhere Coldness is ... Interestingly, Cistus secretes a gum in the summer to protect itself against the intense heat. Labdanum gum has been harvested ...
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Cistus - WikipediaCistus - Wikipedia

Flora Europaea - Cistus Besøkt 12. november 2014.. *. «Cistus». Flora Ibérica (PDF) (spansk). III. Madrid: RJB/CSIC. s. 319-337 ... en) Kategori:Cistus - bilder, video eller lyd på Wikimedia Commons. *(en) Cistus - galleri av bilder, video eller lyd på ... Cistus er en slekt i solrosefamilien. De er eviggrønne busker eller dvergbusker. Bladene er motsatte, og blomstene er store og ... Cistus er en viktig del av middelhavsvegetasjonen, der de inngår i plantesamfunnene maquis og garrigue. Artene i slekta er ...
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Cistus salviifoliusCistus salviifolius

Previous taxon: Cistus psilosepalus. Next taxon: Crocanthemum. Name Search Botanical illustration including Cistus salviifolius ... Genus: Cistus. View Description. Dichotomous Key. Common Name: ROCK-ROSE. Habit: Shrub, evergreen. Stem: < 2.5 m. Leaf: ... Cistus salviifolius L.. NATURALIZED. Stem: < 1 m; hairs generally nonglandular. Leaf: petiole 2--10 mm; blade 1--4 cm, ovate to ... Synonyms: Cistus salvifolius, orth. var.. Jepson eFlora Author: John W. Thieret & Elizabeth McClintock, final revision by ...
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Cistus nothosect. Macronia - WikispeciesCistus nothosect. Macronia - Wikispecies

Genus: Cistus. Nothosectio: Cistus nothosect. Macronia Nothospecies: C. × leiophyllus Name[edit]. Cistus nothosect. Macronia ... Formula hybridae: Cistus sect. Ledonia Dunal × Cistus sect. Macrostylia Willk.. Reference[edit]. *Demoly, J.-P. 2008. ... Nouveautés nomenclaturales pour le genre Cistus. Bull. Ass. Parcs Bot. France 45: 47-48. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cistus_nothosect._Macronia&oldid=5843960" ...
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Cistus sect. Cistus - WikispeciesCistus sect. Cistus - Wikispecies

Genus: Cistus. Subgenus: C. subg. Cistus Sectio: C. sect. Cistus Species: C. albidus - C. creticus - C. crispus - C. ... Cistus sect. Cistus, autonym Synonyms[edit]. *Homotypic *Cistus sect. Eucistus Spach, Ann. Sci. Nat., Bot. sér. 2, 6: 368. 1836 ... Systematics, character evolution, and biogeography of Cistus L. (Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cistus_sect._Cistus&oldid=4243371" ...
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Retrieve Jepson Interchange Index to Plant Names entry for Cistus Retrieve dichotomous key for Cistus Overlay Consortium of ... CISTUS. ROCK-ROSE. Shrub, evergreen, hairy. Stem , 2.5 m. Leaves generally opposite, ovate to oblong, petioled or not; stipules ... Genera in family: 8 genera, 165 species: warm temp, especially Medit; some cultivated (Cistus ; Helianthemum ; Tuberaria ). ...
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Cistus - WikipediaCistus - Wikipedia

Gum Rockrose Cistus laurifolius L. Cistus libanotis L. Cistus monspeliensis L. - Montpellier Cistus Cistus munbyi Pomel Cistus ... Cistus populifolius L. Cistus pouzolzii Delile ex Gren. & Godr. Cistus salviifolius L. - Salvia Cistus Cistus sintenisii Litard ... Cistus asper Demoly & R.Mesa Cistus chinamadensis Bañares & P.Romero Cistus clusii Dunal Cistus creticus L. Cistus crispus L. ... Cistus horrens Demoly Cistus inflatus Pourr. ex J.-P.Demoly, syn. Cistus psilosepalus Sweet Cistus ladanifer L., including ...
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Cistus × purpureus - WikipediaCistus × purpureus - Wikipedia

Cistus × purpureus, commonly known as orchid rockrose, is one of the most commonly cultivated varieties of rockrose. The pink ... ISBN 978-1-86825-704-1. "Cistus ×purpureus". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS ...
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Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Substance Information - ECHAAbsolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Substance Information - ECHA

Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum resinoid by ethanol extraction.. IUPAC names 1 ... Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum resinoid by ethanol extraction. ...
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Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Registration Dossier - ECHAAbsolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae)... - Registration Dossier - ECHA

Concrete of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from stems and leaves by organic solvents extraction and Absolute of Cistus ... Gum of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from stems and leaves by extraction with alkaline solution and Absolute of ... are obtained from the same botanical source, the Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae). Reason / purpose:. read-across source. ... Absolute of Cistus ladaniferus (Cistaceae) obtained from labdanum concrete by ethanol extraction. ...
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Cistus purpureus
  ( Orchid Rockrose ) | Backyard Gardener - Gardening InformationCistus purpureus ( Orchid Rockrose ) | Backyard Gardener - Gardening Information

C. x purpuseus (C. cretics x C. ladanifer) is a showy, orchid-pink 3 inch flowers with a darker red spot appear during summer on this heat-loving, evergreen
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Potent antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extracts against HIV and Ebola - ScienceBlog.comPotent antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extracts against HIV and Ebola - ScienceBlog.com

Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human ... Home Health Potent antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extracts against HIV and Ebola ... The Brack-Werner study suggests that commercial herbal extracts from plants like Cistus incanus*or other plants like ... Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human ...
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Molecules | Free Full-Text | Intra-Population Variation of Secondary Metabolites in Cistus ladanifer L.Molecules | Free Full-Text | Intra-Population Variation of Secondary Metabolites in Cistus ladanifer L.

... secondary metabolites in the leaf exudate of Cistus ladanifer, specifically aglycone flavonoids and diterpenes, were ... Valares Masa C, Alías Gallego JC, Chaves Lobón N, Sosa Díaz T. Intra-Population Variation of Secondary Metabolites in Cistus ... Intra-Population Variation of Secondary Metabolites in Cistus ladanifer L.. Cristina Valares Masa. ... In previous studies, secondary metabolites in the leaf exudate of Cistus ladanifer, specifically aglycone flavonoids and ...
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Cistus-Infection Blocker Lozenges | DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH | Ingredients NetworkCistus-Infection Blocker Lozenges | DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH | Ingredients Network

Cistus-Infection Blocker Lozenges promotes defence against viruses and bacteria by forming a physical protective barrier on the ... The polyphenols (tannins) from the botanical extract (cistus/echinacea extract) lie like a protective shield on the oral and ... The regular use of Biolabor® Cistus-Infection Blocker Lozenges promotes defence against viruses and bacteria by forming a ...
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Cistus Canadensis. - THE GUIDING SYMPTOMS OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA By CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.Cistus Canadensis. - THE GUIDING SYMPTOMS OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA By CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.

Cistus Canadensis.. [1] Mind. [2] Sensorium. [3] Inner head. [4] Outer head. [5] Sight and eyes. [6] Hearing and ears. [7] ...
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PHB Ethical Beauty Anti-Blemish Treatment Gel with Organic Seaweed & Cistus 50ml - LoveLulaPHB Ethical Beauty Anti-Blemish Treatment Gel with Organic Seaweed & Cistus 50ml - LoveLula

Cistus & Willow Bark (a natural source of Salicylic Acid). Certified Cruelty Free, Vegan and Halal.. Buy now at LoveLula - The ... Reviews for PHB Ethical Beauty Anti-Blemish Treatment Gel with Organic Seaweed & Cistus 50ml. Average rating: based on 1 ... PHB Ethical Beauty Anti-Blemish Treatment Gel with Organic Seaweed & Cistus 50ml. 1 customer review ... How to use PHB Ethical Beauty Anti-Blemish Treatment Gel with Organic Seaweed & Cistus 50ml. Dab directly onto blemishes to ...
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Cistus extracts attack HIV and Ebola viruses - Think Pink RocksCistus extracts attack HIV and Ebola viruses - Think Pink Rocks

Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human ...
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Cistus Tea is essential for biofilm breakup, according to Dr. Klinghardt of Washington State!! - Lyme Disease - HealingWell.com...Cistus Tea is essential for biofilm breakup, according to Dr. Klinghardt of Washington State!! - Lyme Disease - HealingWell.com...

Happy to share another source for Cistus tea: the other day I ordered several 200 gram bags of Cistus tea directly from ... What is this cistus all about? How can it benefit me? Will this be my cure to clear the biofilms and hopefully rid this Lyme? ... You can purchase Cistus Tea in bulk at this website, based out of Washington state. This has been the only place I know of to ... Cistus is more potent than any other agent known for biofilms. Crosses the blood-brain barrier and is 100% absorbed in the gut ...
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Aromata Mirabilia Cistus Water/Rock Rose/Cistus Ladaniferus 100 ml by Aromata Mirabilia - Shop Online for Beauty in New ZealandAromata Mirabilia Cistus Water/Rock Rose/Cistus Ladaniferus 100 ml by Aromata Mirabilia - Shop Online for Beauty in New Zealand

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Space-time heterogeneity in the recovery after experimental burning and cutting in a Cistus laurifolius shrubland - Semantic...Space-time heterogeneity in the recovery after experimental burning and cutting in a Cistus laurifolius shrubland - Semantic...

Changes in time are characterized by an increase in cover by woody species, mainly Cistus laurifolius, or a decrease in the ... Recovery after experimental burning and cutting in a shrubland of Cistus laurifolius in NW Spain has been studied. The ... Comparison of the regeneration after burning, cutting and ploughing in a Cistus ladanifer shrubland. *Reyes Tárrega, Estanislao ... Recovery after experimental burning and cutting in a shrubland of Cistus laurifolius in NW Spain has been studied. The ...
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Anti-inflammatory effect of bee pollen ethanol extract from Cistus sp. of Spanish on carrageenan-induced rat hind paw edema |...Anti-inflammatory effect of bee pollen ethanol extract from Cistus sp. of Spanish on carrageenan-induced rat hind paw edema |...

Bee pollen from Cistus sp. had a main peak in a range of 40-50 μm. In contrast, the one from Brassica sp. had a main peak near ... We added two kinds of bee pollens, one from a Cistus sp. of Spanish origin and the other from a Brassica sp. of China origin, ... Figure 2 shows the particle size distributions of bee pollen from Cistus sp. and Brassica sp. The two kinds of bee pollens were ... Bee Pollen from Cistus sp. of Spanish origin and Bee Pollen from Brassica sp. of China origin were obtained from Api Co., Ltd. ...
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Cistus Essential OilCistus Essential Oil

... or Labandum Cistus Essential Oil blends well with Bergamot, Chamomile... ... Cistus Essential Oil Cistus ladaniferus Also known as Rock Rose, Rose of Sharon, ... Cistus Oil has been used to treat upper respiratory infections such as coughs, colds and bronchitis. It may also be used to ... Cistus Essential Oil is considered a safe oil and it is non-toxic. However, it should be avoided during pregnancy and/or ...
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  • Thousands of years ago shepherds noticed the gum of the Cistus shrub would get stuck in the coats of the goats and sheep while they were grazing in the fields. (essentialoilsreview.com)
  • Cistus is a native low, bushy shrub that grows wild in many parts of Greece, but mainly in Crete and Cyprus. (herbalgreece.com)
  • A small, wild growing shrub, Cistus has lanced shaped leaves that are white & woolly beneath and sticky on top, with fragrant white flowers. (stillpointaromatics.com)
  • Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München discover that extracts of the medicinal plant Cistus incanus (Ci) prevent human immunodeficiency viruses from infecting cells. (scienceblog.com)
  • The Brack-Werner study suggests that commercial herbal extracts from plants like Cistus incanus *or other plants like Pelargonium sidoides ** are promising material for the development of scientifically validated antiviral phytotherapeutics. (scienceblog.com)
  • Molecular phylogenetic analyses conducted between 2005 and 2011 confirm that Cistus species divide into two well-defined clades, neither of which was fully resolved internally. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ecological rather than geographical isolation dominates Quaternary formation of Mediterranean Cistus species. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Meditation and Intuition Blend: 15 drops Sandalwood 7 drops Cistus 10 drops Clary Sage 4 drops Rose Otto or Rose Absolute Combine and inhale deeply before meditation or healing bodywork. (herbiary.com)
  • While grazing these animals would rub up against the Cistus shrubs and the natural sticky resin would get stuck to their coats. (westcoastaromatherapy.com)
  • It is suspected that some of the false beards that were worn by Egyptian pharaohs were made from the hair of goats, held together by the resin from the Cistus plants. (essentialoilsreview.com)
  • Cistus absolute also can be made from the resin using solvent extraction. (herbiary.com)
  • Cologne: 5 drops Cistus 10 drops Bergamot 10 drops Frankincense 15 drops Sandalwood 10 drops Douglas Fir Mix in a 5 ml bottle top off with 2 ml jojoba oil or other scentless carrier oil. (herbiary.com)
  • The polyphenols (tannins) from the botanical extract (cistus/echinacea extract) lie like a protective shield on the oral and pharyngeal mucous membranes, thus helping to defend against viruses and bacteria before they enter the body. (ingredientsnetwork.com)
  • Anti-inflammatory effect of bee pollen ethanol extract from Cistus sp. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Cistus is more potent than any other agent known for biofilms. (healingwell.com)
  • This suggests that Cistus might be helpful anywhere Coldness is a factor, physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. (westcoastaromatherapy.com)
  • Woodward suggests using Cistus with those who experience a disconnection from their spiritual self & being in fear. (stillpointaromatics.com)
  • In this study, we aimed to investigate the anti-inflammatory effect of bee pollen from Cistus sp. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The regular use of Biolabor® Cistus-Infection Blocker Lozenges promotes defence against viruses and bacteria by forming a physical protective barrier on the pharyngeal mucosa in times of increased risk of infection. (ingredientsnetwork.com)
  • Cistus is used in baths, massage oils, perfumes and skin care. (herbiary.com)
  • Cistus is one of the herbs that have very strong action and they can easily be compared with medical drugs action. (herbalgreece.com)
  • Cistus is native to Spain and Greece and has the longest tradition of agricultural and therapeutic use in these countries. (herbiary.com)
  • Cistus has a powerful effect on the emotions and promotes good moods, bliss ,and increasing the sex drive. (herbiary.com)
  • Handmade with a skin clearing botanic blend including Geranium, Cistus and Palmarosa to sanitise skin whilst reducing redness and swelling. (lovelula.com)
  • Cistus is used therapeutically to benefit the skin and is in the Rose Regenerative Facial Oil. (herbiary.com)
  • Cistus is perfectly suited for mature skin and for removing sun damage. (herbiary.com)
  • Critically endangered cistus from Cartagena (Spain). (wikipedia.org)
  • Cistus is believed to be the biblical rose of Sharon, and its honey-like fragrance is soothing and uplifting. (youngliving.com)
  • Nowadays, scientific researches ensure cistus' beneficial properties. (herbalgreece.com)
  • It increases circulation, aids in lymphatic drainage and can reduce pain making Cistus perfect for massage oils. (herbiary.com)
  • The second clade consists of those with white flowers or, in the case of Cistus parviflorus, pale pink flowers (the "white or whitish pink clade" or WWPC). (wikipedia.org)