A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE.
Cycloheptanes are hydrocarbons characterized by a seven-membered carbon ring, with each carbon atom bonded to either another carbon atom or a hydrogen atom, and having the molecular formula (C7H14).
A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE which should not be confused with other cedar and cypress trees of THUJA or CUPRESSUS genera.

Environmental occurrence, analysis, and toxicology of toxaphene compounds. (1/28)

Toxaphene production, in quantities similar to those of polychlorinated biphenyls, has resulted in high toxaphene levels in fish from the Great Lakes and in Arctic marine mammals (up to 10 and 16 microg g-1 lipid). Because of the large variabiliity in total toxaphene data, few reliable conclusions can be drawn about trends or geographic differences in toxaphene concentrations. New developments in mass spectrometric detection using either negative chemical ionization or electron impact modes as well as in multidimensional gas chromatography recently have led researchers to suggest congener-specific approaches. Recently, several nomenclature systems have been developed for toxaphene compounds. Although all systems have specific advantages and limitations, it is suggested that an international body such as the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry make an attempt to obtain uniformity in the literature. Toxicologic information on individual chlorobornanes is scarce, but some reports have recently appeared. Neurotoxic effects of toxaphene exposure such as those on behavior and learning have been reported. Technical toxaphene and some individual congeners were found to be weakly estrogenic in in vitro test systems; no evidence for endocrine effects in vivo has been reported. In vitro studies show technical toxaphene and toxaphene congeners to be mutagenic. However, in vivo studies have not shown genotoxicity; therefore, a nongenotoxic mechanism is proposed. Nevertheless, toxaphene is believed to present a potential carcinogenic risk to humans. Until now, only Germany has established a legal tolerance level for toxaphene--0.1 mg kg-1 wet weight for fish.  (+info)

A new neuroprotective pinusolide derivative from the leaves of Biota orientalis. (2/28)

A new pinusolide derivative, 15-methoxypinusolidic acid (1), and another new isopimarane diterpene, ent-isopimara-15-en-3 alpha,8 alpha-diol (2) with three known diterpenes, lambertianic acid (3), isopimara-8(9),15-dien-18-oic acid (4) and isopimara-7(8),15-dien-3 beta,18-diol (5) were isolated from the 90% MeOH fraction of Biota orientalis (L.) ENDL. (Cupressaceae) leaves. Chemical structures of 1-5 were elucidated by analyses of their spectral data, including the two-dimensional (2D) NMR technique. Compound 1 showed significant protective activity against glutamate-induced neurotoxicity in primary cultures of rat cortical cells.  (+info)

A new synthesis of a potent cancer chemopreventive agent, 13-oxo-15,16-dinorlabda-8(17),11E-dien-19-oic acid from trans-communic acid. (3/28)

The first synthesis of a labdane diterpenoid, (-)-13-oxo-15,16-dinorlabda-8(17),11E-dien-19-oic acid [(-)-1a], isolated from the stem bark of Thuja standishii (GORD.) CARR., from the major component trans-communic acid (3a) is described.  (+info)

Linking deer browsing and terpene production among genetic identities in Chamaecyparis nootkatensis and Thuja plicata (Cupressaceae). (4/28)

To investigate whether differential herbivore browsing reflects genetic variation in plant defense expression, variation in needle terpenes and damage caused by black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus) was analyzed on yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) and western redcedar (Thuja plicata). In a 100-genet yellow-cedar population, three genets that were heavily browsed and had extremely low levels of monoterpenes (0-0.36% dry matter), sesquiterpenes, and diterpenes were compared to unbrowsed genets (0.85-3.83% monoterpenes in dry matter). These differences were maintained in individuals protected from browsing, suggesting genetically based variation in constitutive terpene production. In western redcedar, heavily browsed trees had significantly lower total monoterpene concentrations (1.69% dry matter) than lightly browsed trees (3.32% dry matter). One heavily browsed tree expressed no monoterpenes. No differences were found for diterpenes. In both species, the genotypes with extremely low monoterpene concentrations came from the same open-pollinated families.  (+info)

Somatic mutations at microsatellite loci in western Redcedar (Thuja plicata: Cupressaceae). (5/28)

A per-generation somatic mutation rate for microsatellites was estimated in western redcedar (Thuja plicata, Donn ex D. Don.: Cupressaceae). A total of 80 trees representative of the average size and age of reproductive trees were sampled in four natural populations in southwestern British Columbia. Samples of bulked haploid megagametophytes were collected from two or three positions on each tree, assuming that the collections were far enough apart that the same mutant sector was not sampled twice. All samples were genotyped at eight microsatellite loci. A single mutation corresponding to a stepwise increase in one dinucleotide repeat was detected. The estimated mutation rate for microsatellites was 6.3 x 10(-4) mutations per locus per generation (or 3.1 x 10(-4) per allele per generation), with a 95% confidence interval of 3.0 x 10(-5) to 4.0 x 10(-3) mutations per locus. Somatic mutations can contribute to a greater mutational load in trees, as compared to shorter lived plants, and genotypic mosaics within an individual have important implications for plant defense strategies and plant evolution.  (+info)

Biological activity of beta-dolabrin, gamma-thujaplicin, and 4-acetyltropolone, hinokitiol-related compounds. (6/28)

Beta-dolabrin, gamma-thujaplicin, and 4-acetyltropolone, the components of Aomori Hiba (Thujopsis dolabrata SIEB. et ZUCC. var. hondai MAKINO), showed antifungal activity on seven kinds of plant-pathogenic fungi, antibacterial activity against two kinds of Legionella sp., and in vitro cytotoxic effect on murine P388 lymphocytic leukemia cell line. Firstly, beta-dolabrin, gamma-thujaplicin and 4-acetyltropolone had clear antifungal activity against seven kinds of plant-pathogenic fungi tested. In particular, beta-dolabrin and 4-acetyltropolone showed strong antifungal activity against Pythium aphanidermatum IFO 32440, with minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) values of 6.0 microg/ml. Secondly, beta-dolabrin, gamma-thujaplicin and 4-acetyltropolone had obvious growth-inhibitory effect on two kinds of Legionella sp. 4-Acetyltropolone especially had strong antibacterial activity toward Legionella pneumophila SG 1, and its MIC value was 3.1 microg/ml. These three compounds showed cytotoxic effects against murine P388 lymphocytic leukemia cell line in vitro. The cytotoxic effect of three compounds in the murine P388 lymphocytic leukemia cell line were clear when cell growth was measured using the 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide (MTT) method. At 48 h after treatment, gamma-thujaplicin and 4-acetyltropolone at 0.63 microg/ml inhibited cell growth of murine P388 lymphocytic leukemia by 85% and 65%, respectively. At the same time after treatment, the growth of the murine P388 lymphocytic leukemia cell line was completely suppressed by the three compounds at concentrations higher than 5.0 microg/ml. Among these three compounds, gamma-thujaplicin had the strongest cytotoxic activity on the growth of this tumor cell line in vitro.  (+info)

Response factor considerations for the quantitative analysis of western redcedar (Thuja plicata) foliar monoterpenes. (7/28)

A method is described for quantitative analysis of monoterpenes in western redcedar (Thuja plicata) foliage by gas chromatography with flame ionization detection. Response factors for monoterpenes identified in redcedar are evaluated to determine similarities among monoterpene responses. Evaluation demonstrates that redcedar monoterpenes yield detector responses that fall into two groups. One monoterpene from each group is used as a standard for quantitative analysis. Redcedar monoterpenes are quantitated by comparing analyte response with the response factor of one of the standards in single-point calibrations. Homogenized foliage samples are extracted with ethyl acetate and the extracts passed through a solid phase extraction column of graphitized carbon to remove plant pigments. Method bias and repeatability are evaluated by fortifying foliage samples with (1S)-(+)-carvone and (1S)-(+)-2-carene and subjecting the samples to the extraction and analysis procedures. Detection limits are also assessed from fortified samples. Excellent recovery (> 95.0%) and precision (< 5%) are obtained from the analysis of 2-carene from fortified samples. Carvone recovery is approximately 80% with excellent precision (< 4%). The method limits of detection obtained from 2-carene and carvone fortified samples are 4.7 and 13.5 microg/g, respectively.  (+info)

Proceedings of the SMBE Tri-National Young Investigators' Workshop 2005. Relaxation of functional constraint on light-independent protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase in Thuja. (8/28)

The light-independent protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase (DPOR) plays a key role in the ability of nonflowering plants and algae to synthesize chlorophyll in darkness. This enzyme consists of three subunits encoded by the chlB, chlL, and chlN genes in the plastid genome. Previously, we found a high nonsynonymous substitution rate (dN) of the chlL gene in the lineage of Thuja standishii, a conifer belonging to the Cupressaceae. Here we revealed that the acceleration of dN in the chlL occurred as well in other species of Thuja, Thuja occidentalis and Thuja plicata. In addition, dark-grown seedlings of T. occidentalis were found to exhibit a pale yellowish color, and their chlorophyll concentration was much lower than that of other species of Cupressaceae. The results suggested that the species of Thuja have lost the ability to synthesize chlorophyll in darkness, and the functional constraint on the DPOR would thus be expected to be relaxed in this genus. Therefore, we expected to find that the evolutionary rates of all subunits of DPOR would in this case be accelerated. Sequence analyses of the chlN and chlB (encoding the other subunits of DPOR) in 18 species of Cupressaceae revealed that the dN of the chlN gene was accelerated in Thuja as was the dN of the chlL gene, but the dN of the chlB gene did not appear to differ significantly among the species of Cupressaceae. Sequencing of reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) products of these genes showed that RNA editing was rare and unlikely to have contributed to the acceleration. Moreover, the RT-PCR analysis indicated that all chl genes were still transcriptionally active in T. occidentalis. Based on these results, it appears that species of Thuja still bear the DPOR protein, although the enzyme has lost its activity because of nonsynonymous mutations of some of the chl genes. The lack of acceleration of the dN of the chlB gene might be accounted for by various unknown functions of its gene product.  (+info)

"Thuja" is a botanical term for a genus of evergreen trees and shrubs, also known as arborvitae or western red cedar. It belongs to the family Cupressaceae. While it has some traditional medicinal uses, there isn't a widely accepted medical definition for "Thuja" in modern medicine.

Historically, preparations made from Thuja occidentalis (eastern white cedar) have been used in alternative and traditional medicine, such as homeopathy. The leaves and twigs are often used to make teas, tinctures, or essential oils. However, it's important to note that the use of Thuja for medicinal purposes can have potential side effects and toxicities, and its effectiveness is not always supported by scientific evidence. Always consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new treatment.

Cycloheptanes are organic compounds that consist of a seven-membered carbon ring, also known as a heptane ring, with each carbon atom bonded to either another carbon atom or a hydrogen atom. The chemical structure of cycloheptanes can be represented by the formula C7H14.

Cycloheptanes are classified as saturated hydrocarbons because all of the carbon-carbon bonds in the ring are single bonds. This means that there are no double or triple bonds between any of the carbon atoms in the ring.

Cycloheptanes have a variety of uses in the chemical industry, including as intermediates in the synthesis of other chemicals and as solvents. They can also be found in some natural sources, such as certain essential oils.

It is worth noting that cycloheptanes are not commonly encountered in medical contexts, as they do not have direct relevance to human health or disease. However, like all chemical compounds, cycloheptanes can potentially have toxic effects if ingested, inhaled, or otherwise introduced into the body in large enough quantities.

Chamaecyparis is a genus of evergreen coniferous trees in the family Cupressaceae. It includes several species commonly known as cypress or false cypress, which are native to eastern Asia and North America. These trees are characterized by their flattened sprays of scale-like leaves, small cones, and distinctive bark patterns. They are often grown as ornamental plants due to their attractive appearance and ability to thrive in a variety of climates.

There is no specific medical definition associated with Chamaecyparis, as it is not a term used in medicine. However, some compounds derived from these trees have been studied for their potential medicinal properties. For example, certain essential oils extracted from Chamaecyparis species have been found to have antimicrobial and insecticidal effects, although more research is needed to determine their safety and efficacy as treatments for human diseases.

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Teil 2 der Thuja-Trilogie). Band 1 Erste Reise, 1980. Band 2 Zweite Reise, 1983. Blick aus dem Paradies. Thuja. Zwei Spiele ... Thuja. Roman. Luchterhand Literaturverlag, Hamburg Zürich 1991. (Teil 3 der Thuja-Trilogie). Sturm und Stille. Gedichte. ... There he married Rosemarie Leitner and began work on the "Thuja Trilogy", a romance cycle that would keep him busy until the ... Teil 1 der Thuja-Trilogie). Band 1, 1977. Band 2, 1977. Orchidee. Gedichte. Luchterhand Literaturverlag, Darmstadt Neuwied 1979 ...
"How to Prune and Shape Thuja Green Giants". Thuja Supply. Retrieved 2023-03-25. (CS1 Turkish-language sources (tr), Articles ... Thuja plicata), oriental cedar (Thuja orientalis), (Lebanon cedar (Cedrus libani) and Greek juniper (Juniperus excelsa). Shrubs ...
It is generally believed to have been Thuja occidentalis, a common tree in Quebec. However, historian Jacques Mathieu has ... Johnston, William F. (1990). "Thuja occidentalis". In Burns, Russell M.; Honkala, Barbara H. (eds.). Conifers. Silvics of North ...
The large conifer species would be western red cedar Thuja plicata and western hemlock Tsuga heterophylla. These three steps ... "Thuja plicata". In Burns, Russell M.; Honkala, Barbara H. (eds.). Conifers. Silvics of North America. Washington, D.C.: United ...
In older texts, Platycladus was often included in Thuja, which is reflected in one of its common names, "oriental thuja". But ... also known as Chinese thuja, Oriental arborvitae, Chinese arborvitae, biota or Oriental thuja. It is native to northeastern ... "Thuja orientalis". Plants for a Future. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Platycladus orientalis. (Articles containing ... Kremer BP, Trees, Editorial Blume, Barcelona, 1986, Thuja orientalis L., p. 78 πλατύς, κλάδος. Liddell, Henry George; Scott, ...
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Myrsinaceae), Thuja sp. (Cupressaceae), Fuchsia sp. (Onagraceae), Saccharum sp. (Poaceae) and Quercus suber (Fagaceae). ...
"Thuja Genus (arborvitae)". American Conifer Society. several species are widely known as cedar but, because they are not true ... "False Cedars (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis)". Oregon State University. Meiggs, R. 1982. Trees and Timber in the Ancient ... Thuja, and Chamaecyparis in the Pacific Northwest having similarly aromatic wood are referred to as "false cedars" . Both the ... such as the North American Thuja plicata, commonly called "western red cedar", and Juniperus virginiana, commonly called "red ...
Thuja, 4 species. Antonio Lussich Lussich Arboretum history (Spanish) Archived 2007-12-24 at the Wayback Machine Species in the ...
Callitris quadrivalvis, Thuja articulata). The name is derived from the Greek word thuon, "fragrant wood," or possibly thuein ...
Thuja standishii (the Japanese thuja) Thujopsis (the hiba or asunaro) Found in the forests of the Kiso Valley, the trees have ... The Japanese thuja was added to this protected group in 1718. This protection did not prevent the forests from being ruined. ... The Japanese thuja continues to serve as an important timber tree in the country. Sacred tree Shinboku Mertz, Mechtild ( ... "Thuja standishii / Japanese arborvitae". American Conifer Society. Retrieved 29 April 2023. "The Kiso Forest". Nakasendo Way. ...
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Host: Thuja Lophodermium typhinum. Host: Typha Lophodermium uncinatum. Host: Abies Lumbsch, T. H., & Huhndorf, S. M. (December ...
"Western Redcedars (Thuja plicata) worldwide". Monumental Trees. Retrieved May 28, 2023. Woodwick, Gene. "The demise of the ... "Western Redcedar - WA Thuja plicata". Western Redcedar - WA - American Forests. American Forests. Retrieved May 28, 2023. ...
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Golden Thuja (Thuja plicata var. zebrina). Pinetum. The following trees are also of note: Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani). Two ...
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"Thuja orientalis"[permanent dead link]. MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Thymbra capitata". ...
"False Cedars (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis)". Oregon State University. (Articles with short description, Short description ... Thuja, and Chamaecyparis in the Pacific Northwest of North America, are referred to as "false cedars". Plants called "cedar" ... Thuja occidentalis, native to eastern North America. Calocedrus, the incense cedars, a genus native to western North America, ... Thuja plicata, a cypress of the Pacific northwest Yellow cedar, Cupressus nootkatensis, also called Alaska cedar Spanish cedar ...
Thuja plicata). The oldest known European Yew may be the Llangernyw Yew in the Churchyard of Llangernyw village in North Wales ... ". "Tasmanias giant trees". Earle, Christopher J. "Thuja plicata". Gymnosperm Database. Van Pelt, Robert (2001). Forest Giants ...
The larvae feed on Thuja occidentalis. They have a green body, a dark brown head and a central brown patch on the prothoracic ...
Thuja grow in the deep valleys. Dwarf pines and yews grow on low and high slopes. Juniper, hawthorn, and Manchurian fir can be ...
The larvae feed on Thuja plicata. The larvae are various shades of green with a brown head. Yu, Dicky Sick Ki. "Eupithecia ...
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Thuja. Species. occidentalis. Smithsonian Gardens. Topic. Trees. Living Collections. Record ID. ofeo-sg_2011-1282A. Metadata ...
Thuja plicatilis Beissn., Handb. Nadelholzk.: 44 (1891).. *Thuja plicata var. penduliformis Sudw., Bull. Div. Forest. U.S.D.A. ... Thuja plicata in Kew Science Plants of the World Online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published ... dansk: Kæmpe-Thuja. Deutsch: Riesen-Lebensbaum. English: Western Redcedar. español: Tuya. suomi: Jättituija. français: Thuya ... Thuja plicata, Mount Baker, Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, USA. Taxonavigation[edit]. Taxonavigation: Pinales ...
Thuja is a genus of coniferous trees from Eastern Asia and North America. ... Thuja occidentalis Emerald. Thuja is a genus of coniferous trees from Eastern Asia and North America. They have fragrant, ...
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Thuja koraiensis Nakai is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Thuja (family Cupressaceae ... Thuja kongoensis Doi ex Nakai [Invalid]. Synonym. WCSP. Further information. The following databases may contain further ...
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  • Thuja occidentalis var. (wikimedia.org)
  • Thuja Alcohol-Free Liquid Extract, Thuja (Thuja Occidentalis) Dried Leaf Glycerite Natural Herbal. (johnharvards.com)
  • The tips of the leaves of cedar, Thuja occidentalis , are useful in skin washes and baths to address skin problems like psoriasis and infectious skin diseases such as scabies . (anniesremedy.com)
  • Thuja Occidentalis 200CK is traditionally used for warts. (myvillagegreen.com)
  • To study the possible anticancer and antiproliferative activities of ethanolic leaf extract of Thuja occidentalis (TO) on A549 non-small lung carcinoma cells in vitro . (jcimjournal.com)
  • Effects of Thuja occidentalis ethanolic extract on viability of A549 cell line (A) and L-132 cell line (B) Cells were exposed to Thuja occidentalis ethanolic extract for 24 h at different concentrations and the cell viability was determined by MTT assay. (jcimjournal.com)
  • Effects of Thuja occidentalis ethanolic extract on cellular proliferation tested by BrdU incorporation assay Cells were exposed to three different concentration of Thuja occidentalis ethanolic extract for 6, 12 and 24 h along with incorporation of BrdU. (jcimjournal.com)
  • Effects of Thuja occidentalis ethanolic extract on A549 cell migration (Light microscopy, ×20) Wound-healing assays were performed to assess cell migration. (jcimjournal.com)
  • Homeopaths generally use a topical compound containing Thuja occidentalis to treat warts, and report much success with this remedy--- especially notable with genital warts, which for conventional practitioners have proven to be the most difficult form of wart to treat. (leaf.tv)
  • Thuja occidentalis folia cold macerated tincture. (northernherbs.co.uk)
  • The tincture of Thuja occidentalis has long been used in homeopathy for warts and related skin growths like excrescences etc. (biogetica.com)
  • Thuja occidentalis D12, 10g Granuler er et homeopatisk legemiddel. (arnika.no)
  • Thuja occidentalis is available in a multi-dose tube, with approx. (wildspiritherbals.com)
  • Maria WN' is a compact growing Thuja occidentalis with golden yellow foliage. (breederplants.nl)
  • Thuja occidentalis 'Maria WN' grows about 20 cm per year. (breederplants.nl)
  • Thuja occidentalis 'MariaWN' is protected by CPVO with number: EU43809. (breederplants.nl)
  • Thuja (/ˈθjuːdʒə/ THEW-jə) is a genus of coniferous tree or shrub in the Cupressaceae (cypress family). (wikipedia.org)
  • This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Thuja (family Cupressaceae ). (theplantlist.org)
  • Complete mitochondrial genome of Thuja sutchuenensis and its implications on evolutionary analysis of complex mitogenome architecture in Cupressaceae. (bvsalud.org)
  • Thuja plicata Donn ex D.Don in A.B.Lambert, Descr. (wikimedia.org)
  • 2019. Thuja plicata in Kew Science Plants of the World Online . (wikimedia.org)
  • Thuja plicata , commonly called western red cedar or giant red cedar, is native to the Pacific Northwest where it is typically found in cool but moist forest areas and bottomlands from southern Alaska along the Pacific coast to northern California and in the northern Rockies from British Columbia to Montana. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • If you'd like more information about Thuja Plicata Atrovirens Hedging just scroll to the bottom of the page. (hopesgrovenurseries.co.uk)
  • Western Red Cedar (WRC, Thuja plicata) induces sensitization and asthma after occupational exposure. (cdc.gov)
  • [ 4 ] The terpene thujone is found in a variety of plants, including arborvitae ( Thuja ), sage ( Salvia officinalis ), and wormood ( Artemisia absinthium ). (medscape.com)
  • Modern removal methods can be painful and healing can be tough but thuja 200CK for warts can help treat problematic growths, promoting healthy skin development. (myvillagegreen.com)
  • Thuja, a ceder tree that grows in North America and Asia, is believed by homeopaths to contain properties that will successfully treat all forms of warts. (leaf.tv)
  • Topi Thuja contains 10% of Thuinoccidentalis tincture. (biogetica.com)
  • Toskana Smaragd nen n ro n na p dn typ, sn�� kyselou i alkalickou reakci, ale nesnese vlhkostn extr my: zem nesm b t ani podm en a ani vysu en , m l by tendenci prosychat. (havlis.cz)
  • The five species in the genus Thuja are small to large evergreen trees with flattened branchlets. (wikipedia.org)
  • Another very distinct and only distantly related species, formerly treated as Thuja orientalis, is now treated in a genus of its own, as Platycladus orientalis. (wikipedia.org)
  • The five extant species are: Species formerly placed in Thuja include: Austrocedrus chilensis (D.Don) Pic.Serm. (wikipedia.org)
  • Widdringtonia nodiflora (L.) Powrie (as T. cupressoides L.) and many more The extant species Thuja sutchuenensis was believed to be extinct until 1999, when a small population was discovered in southeast China. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including autumnal moth, the engrailed and juniper pug. (wikipedia.org)
  • Are you looking for the best Thuja Homeopathic Medicine Benefits? (johnharvards.com)
  • We've listed our top-ranked picks, including the top-selling Thuja Homeopathic Medicine Benefits. (johnharvards.com)
  • Alternative medicines, including homeopathic thuja, may offer relief to many people who are searching for a cure for this distressing and frustrating condition. (leaf.tv)
  • Thuja is a genus of coniferous trees from Eastern Asia and North America. (finegardening.com)
  • Thuja are evergreen trees growing from 10 to 200 feet (3 to 61 metres) tall, with stringy-textured reddish-brown bark. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja are versatile evergreen landscape plants. (bluestoneperennials.com)
  • Thuja is an evergreen plant from a cypress family. (berryshka.com)
  • Readily adjusting to almost any soil, Thujas stand up to many environmental challenges, including drought, once they're established. (waysidegardens.com)
  • The closest relatives of Thuja are Thujopsis dolabrata, distinct in its thicker foliage and stouter cones, and Tetraclinis articulata (Ancient Greek θυία or θύα, formerly classed in the genus and after which Thuja is named), distinct in its quadrangular foliage (not flattened) and cones with four thick, woody scales. (wikipedia.org)
  • Dense, lush foliage, a pleasant fragrance, ease of growth, and a resistance to most diseases and pests make Thujas a long-lasting delight for your landscape and 'Highlights' is no exception. (waysidegardens.com)
  • The genus Thuja has current populations in both North America and East Asia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hi, I'm relatively new to bonsai and have been given a few trees as gifts to start on, most of them as 'in progress' trees (still very unformed), but my thuja is more of an heirloom tree and while I think I've been taking good care of it the tree seems to be ailing and I'm not sure what I may be doing wrong. (forumotion.com)
  • Thuja (Thuya) trees grow in the region of Essaouira, all manner of boxes and and furniture are made from this rare and aromatic wood, with the burred root being the most prized. (wildwoodgroves.com)
  • Thuja NON-Alcohol liquid extract contains ONLY natural ingredients! (johnharvards.com)
  • High Quality Thuja NON-Alcohol liquid extract- we use classic conventional methods of extraction! (johnharvards.com)
  • Super concentrated Thuja NON-Alcohol extract: dried material / solvents ratio is 1:3! (johnharvards.com)
  • Thuja essential oil has an even greater concentration of thujone and many aromatherapists prefer to substitute juniper berry or cypress oil , which have similar benefits and properties, in skin care applications. (anniesremedy.com)
  • Members are commonly known as arborvitaes (from the Latin term for 'tree of life'), thujas or cedars. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja is done with the status quo and we want you to be apart of it. (wearethuja.com)
  • Thuja (pronounced 'too-ya') is a platform where individuals can compare sustainable companies and save on them, and where every purchase supports targeted conservation efforts. (wearethuja.com)
  • Another very distinct and only distantly related species, formerly treated as Thuja orientalis, is now treated in a genus of its own, as Platycladus orientalis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Though commonly referred to as Franky Boy Oriental Arborvitae, the powers-that-be have reclassified this unusual conifer from Thuja orientalis to Platycladus orientalis, so when searching for this specimen, ask under both names. (thegardencorner.com)
  • Thuja orientalis 'Morgan' is an evergreen compact dwarf conifer with an attractive book-leafed growth habit. (ilandscape.com.au)
  • 20. Bioactive sesquiterpenes from the essential oil of Thuja orientalis. (nih.gov)
  • The five species in the genus Thuja are small to large evergreen trees with flattened branchlets. (wikipedia.org)
  • The closest relatives of Thuja are Thujopsis dolabrata, distinct in its thicker foliage and stouter cones, and Tetraclinis articulata (Ancient Greek θυία or θύα, formerly classed in the genus and after which Thuja is named), distinct in its quadrangular foliage (not flattened) and cones with four thick, woody scales. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Thuja, like many other forms of conifers, is represented by ancestral forms in Cretaceous rocks of northern Europe, and with the advance of time is found to migrate from northerly to more southerly regions, until during the Pliocene period, when it disappeared from Europe. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Thuja has current populations in both North America and East Asia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Here, we used 2369 single copy nuclear genes and nearly full plastomes to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the small Tertiary relict genus Thuja , which consists of five disjunctly distributed species. (bvsalud.org)
  • Both echinacea and thuja are immune-stimulants, with antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. (ceres.co.nz)
  • Widdringtonia nodiflora (L.) Powrie (as T. cupressoides L.) and many more The extant species Thuja sutchuenensis was believed to be extinct until 1999, when a small population was discovered in southeast China. (wikipedia.org)
  • Furthermore, approximately 20% of the T. sutchuenensis nuclear genome is derived from an unknown ancestral lineage of Thuja , which might explain the close resemblance of its cone morphology to that of an ancient fossil species. (bvsalud.org)
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  • How are Thuja trees different from Cedar trees? (dimensions.com)
  • They are both known for their distinctive, aromatic wood and their use in traditional medicine, but cedar trees tend to be larger and have more aromatic wood than thuja. (dimensions.com)
  • Additionally, thuja trees have flat, scale-like leaves, while cedar trees have needle-like leaves. (dimensions.com)
  • The Northern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis), also known as the Eastern White Cedar, is an evergreen coniferous tree that is typically planted as an ornamental plant. (dimensions.com)
  • An easy-to-grow evergreen that shines: the Emerald Green Thuja is a backyard mainstay. (brighterblooms.com)
  • The Emerald Green Thuja thrives in any yard, from Minnesota down to southern Georgia. (brighterblooms.com)
  • You'll love the fast-growing beauty of the Emerald Green Thuja, with its soft, feathery foliage staying deep green throughout the year. (brighterblooms.com)
  • Low-maintenance yet lush and luxuriant - the Emerald Green Thuja has it all. (brighterblooms.com)
  • Emerald Green Thujas grow best in full sun, but they can withstand partial shade (afternoon sun is best in this case). (brighterblooms.com)
  • When planting Emerald Green Thujas, dig a hole that is just as deep as the root ball and twice as wide. (brighterblooms.com)
  • Thuja Occidentalis is not available from Boiron. (abchomeopathy.com)
  • Boiron Thuja Occidentalis 30C for removal of common warts. (qfc.com)
  • Members are commonly known as arborvitaes (from the Latin term for 'tree of life'), thujas or cedars. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja Occidentalis is available in all the potencies, formats and brands specified below. (abchomeopathy.com)
  • Thuja orientali is the botanical name of Thuja Oil which is extracted from the fresh leaves and twigs by steam distillation. (thesheeressence.com)
  • For uses of Thuja Occidentalis 200C see the main Thuja Occidentalis page for materia medica from Boericke, Boger, Clarke, Hering, Kent Lectures, Nash, T.F. Allen, Boenninghausen and our reversed & reworded Kent repertory. (abchomeopathy.com)
  • Thuja occidentalis is easily distinguished from the junipers found in the Chicago Region. (asu.edu)
  • Thujas can grow in both sunny and shade conditions on sandy or heavy clay soil, and most are unaffected by pollution and frost. (dimensions.com)