A number of studies have been undertaken into the bioactive properties of the volatile oil from Artemisia dracunculus (). In two studies into insect responses to the volatile oil and its constituents, Papilio spp. evoked different reactions to the oil. Using GC coupled electroantennograms, they were able to demonstrate which components from the oil were active in determining oviposition preference and larval performance, areas where plant extracts could be used in insect control. In a further study, the attractiveness or repulsiveness of Artemisia dracunculus volatile oil towards insects infected with tick-borne encephalitis virus allowed not only those infected to be distinguished from those uninfected, but to identify individuals with varying degrees of virus replication.. The antimicrobial properties of various species of Artemisia are well recorded where a number of Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria were inhibited in their growth. The test bacteria are all capable of infection, and ...
Big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata Nutt.) is the most widespread and common shrub in the sagebrush biome of western North America. Of the three most common subspecies of big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata), mountain big sagebrush (ssp. vaseyana; MBS) is the most resilient to disturbance, but still requires favorable climactic conditions and a viable post-fire seedbank for successful unassisted recovery. This study was designed to assess MBS seed production throughout post-fire recovery. We performed 2 pilot studies to develop methods for estimating seed production and plant age. The results of the pilot studies and a space-for-time substitution strategy were used to measure seed production on 13 sites ranging from 10-33 years post-fire. We hypothesized that seed rain (mean seeds produced/ m2) would peak before stand density had maximized due to decreasing individual plant fecundity (mean seeds produced/ plant) in high density stands. We measured population density and individual plant fecundity for
Yet another list of one of their favorite natural remedies for acid reflux disease-like plant called Artemisia asiatica.. GERD/Acid Reflux and Natural Treatments. Artemisia asiatica and garlic have compounds which optimize bowel flora and kill this pathogenic organism.. Extraction and purification of eupatilin from Artemisia princeps. - Abstract−A recycling preparative HPLC was used to extract and separate the eupatilin contained in Artemisia princeps. PAMPAN, and the optimum operating. vious studies revealed that Artemisia asiatica, a medicinal plant that is widely used in traditional. TFA (trifluoroacetic acid) was from Sigma. (St Louis, MO, USA).. Home » Herbs for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Artemisia asiatica. To assess three different methods of correlating symptoms with episodes of acid reflux.. Gaviscon® Neutralizes Stomach Acid And Helps Keep Acid Down for Hours!. Baby Acid Reflux Acid Reflux Gerd Gerd Surgery Pre Theyre Thanksgiving traditions for many, but so is unwanted ...
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Artemisia dracunculus, collected specimen, photo Danielle Walkup, Bill Norris, Kelly Kindscher, & Russ Kleinman, Mogollon Mtns., Bursum Road, Aug. 5, ...
Bynke - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi.Bynke (Artemisia) er en slægt med ca. 85 arter, der er udbredt i Europa, Nordafrika, Asien og Nordamerika. Det er stauder, som har fjersnitdelte, duftende blade.--Have-Malurt - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi.Have-Malurt (Artemisia absinthium) er en op til 100 cm høj urt, der i Danmark vokser vildt på strandvolde og nær bebyggelse. Alle overjordiske dele af planten er ...--Estragon - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi.Estragon (Artemisia dracunculus) er en staude med en opret, svagt forgrenet vækst. Den bliver dyrket på grund af den karakteristiske, anisagtige duft fra bladene ...--Grå-Bynke - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi.Grå-Bynke (Artemisia vulgaris) er en 60-120 cm høj urt, der vokser langs veje og på agerjord. Beskrivelse. Grå-Bynke er en høj flerårig urt med en stift opret ...--Malurt - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi.Malurt har flere betydninger: Malurt er et dansk rockband. Forskellige plantearter af slægten Malurt (Artemisia), ...
Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis (Beetle & A. Young) S.L. Welsh-bunchgrass communities were used to analyze the influence of disturbances on invasibility after a recovery period. These communities evolved with periodic fires shifting dominance from shrubs to herbaceous species. However, fire can facilitate Bromus tectorum L. invasion of these plant communities. We evaluated the invasibility of A. tridentata ssp. wyomingensis-bunchgrass communities 4 years after prescribed fall burning at six sites by comparing burned to unburned (control) communities. These communities did not have B. tectorum present prior to introduction. B. tectorum was introduced at 1, 10, 100, 1000, and 10,000 seeds m?2 in burned and unburned communities. B. tectorum individuals established only when introduced at 10,000 seeds m?2. In the areas seeded at 10,000 seeds m?2, B. tectorum density and cover were more than three-fold higher in the control than burned treatments (P=0.04 and 0.08, respectively). Total herbaceous
Artemisia sacrorum Ledeb., Mem. Acad. Imp. Sci. 5:571 (1805). var. sacrorum (Fig. 1). Korean name: Teol-san-ssuk (털산쑥: Lee, 1996).. A. messerschmidtiana Besser, Nouv. Mém. Soc. Imp. Naturalistes Moscou 3: 27 (1834).. A. sacrorum var. minor f. discolor Kom., Fl. Manschur. 3(2): 664 (1907).. A. gmelini var. discolor (Kom.) Nakai, Fl. Kor. 2: 31 (1911).. A. freyniana f. discolor (Kom.) Kitag., J. Jap. Bot. 41: 367 (1936).. A. sacrorum subsp. manshurica Kitam., Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 7: 66 (1938).. A. sacrorum var. messerschmidtiana (Besser) Y. R. Ling, Bull. Bot. Res., Harbin 8(4): 13 (1988).. Subshrubs. Roots thin fibrous. Rhizomes long creeping, woody. Stems 52-108 cm tall, 1.9-3.5 mm thick; indumentum silky pubescent while young, sparsely arachnoid-pubescent later. Lower leaves withering before flowering. Middle leaves petiolate 14.9-21.4 mm long; leaf blades triangular-ovate, elliptic-ovate, bipinnately divided, 43.1-65.1 mm long, 39.1-52.7 mm wide, sparsely villous pubescent with white ...
Cytokines produced by immune cells infiltrating pancreatic islets are important mediators of β-cell destruction in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Cytokines stimulate an inducible form of nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) expression and nitric oxide (NO) production, leading to insulin insufficiency. In the present study, the effects of Artemisia capillaris extract (ACE) on cytokine-induced β-cell damage were examined. Treatment of RINm5F (RIN) rat insulinoma cells with interleukin-1β (IL-1β) and interferon-γ (IFN-γ) induced cell damage. ACE completely protected IL-1β and IFN-γ-mediated cytotoxicity in a concentration-dependent manner. Incubation with ACE resulted in a significant reduction in IL-1β and IFN-γ-induced NO production, a finding that correlated well with reduced levels of the iNOS mRNA and protein. The molecular mechanism by which ACE inhibited iNOS gene expression appeared to involve the inhibition of NF-κB activation. The IL-1β and IFN-γ-stimulated RIN cells showed ...
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superasterids • Cladus: asterids • Cladus: euasterids II • Ordo: Asterales • Familia: Asteraceae • Subfamilia: Asteroideae • Tribus: Anthemideae • Genus: Artemisia • Species: Artemisia afra Jacq. ex Willd., 1804 ...
Allelopathy related to Artemisia plants has already been described 100 years ago (Bode, H. R. 1939. Über die Blattausscheidungen des Wermuts und ihre Wirkung auf andere Pflanzen. Planta 30:567-589). The work of H Bode was completed a few years later (GL Funke. Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 1943 5, 281-293). Eighteen species of plants, most of which were chosen at random, were sown beside a hedge of Artemisia absinthium; they were severely injured and in one case even killed by the chemical excretions of the latter within a distance of ± 100 cm. The experiments were made during two successive summers and in different surroundings. Seedlings which had survived the proximity of the absinth in their first year developed normally during the next season.. Artemisias are often considered as invasive species. For example Artemisia tridentata, big sagebrush, is predominant in the steppes of Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California, Arizona, Utah, covering an area of ...
Also known asArtemisia dracunculus, French Tarragon, German Tarragon, Dragon Wormwood, Dragonwort, Dragon Mugwort and sometimes called both Mugwort an
The aim of this study was to investigate the molecular mechanism underlying the immunomodulatory effect of the purified Artemisia sphaerocephala Krasch seed polysaccharide (ASKP-1) in RAW264.7 macrophages. Chemical characteristic analysis revealed that ASKP-1 consisted of 14.1% mannose, 56.9% glucose and 19.
As a vassal of Persia, Artemisia was obliged to recruit her own small force when Xerxes invaded Greece - in fact, Artemisia commanded five ships in her own right. Artemisia alone of his commanders advised Xerxes against a naval battle with the Greeks but Xerxes, however, chose to follow the advice of his male advisors, and met the Greeks on the sea in the channel of Salamis on 20th September 480 BCE. Artemisia was aboard one of her ships, commanding their movements. After the initial confusion, the Persians took the offensive. Though she only had one ship left, Artemisia herself disabled the ship of King Damasithymus of Calynda. At a council, Artmesia spoke her mind - she had opposed the war from the beginning and opposed its continuation. She advised Xerxes to leave his trusted commander Mardonus to pursue the Greeks whilst Xerxes himself return home, and would still maintained his dignity whether in victory or defeat. For her wisdom, Xerxes entrusted Artemisia with the care on his sons, and ...
How to Cook With Tarragon. Culinary tarragon, Artemisia dracunculus, is also known as French tarragon to distinguish it from a close relative, Russian tarragon, which is not as flavorful as the true culinary tarragon. Tarragon is generally...
The medicinal properties of the wormwood The discovery of the therapeutic benefits of the wormwood, once called ponema by the Gauls, is not new. This herbaceous plant is renowned for its strengthening power. It is also an excellent stimulant digestive, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antifungal and a powerful antibacterial. History of the use of wormwood in phytotherapy Scientific name: Artemisia vulgaris Botanical description of the wormwood
Big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) communities dominate a large fraction of the United States and provide critical habitat for a number of wildlife species of concern. Loss of big sagebrush due to fire followed by poor restoration success continues to reduce ecological potential of this ecosystem type, particularly in the Great Basin. Choice of appropriate seed sources for restoration efforts is currently unguided due to knowledge gaps on genetic variation and local adaptation as they relate to a changing landscape. We are assessing ecophysiological responses of big sagebrush to climate variation, comparing plants that germinated from ~20 geographically distinct populations of each of the three subspecies of big sagebrush. Seedlings were previously planted into common gardens by US Forest Service collaborators Drs. B. Richardson and N. Shaw, (USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Provo, Utah and Boise, Idaho) as part of the Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project. Seed sources...
Three native Turkish medicinal and aromatic plants (Artemisia absinthum, Artemisia santonicum and Saponaria officinalis) were investigated to analyze their antioxidant activity, total phenolic content and antimicrobial activity. Their total antioxidant activity was determined by using a β-carotene bleaching assay and their antimicrobial activity was determined by utilizing an agar disc diffusion assay. Methanol extracts of the three species analyzed showed high antioxidant activity and among them Artemisia absinthum possessed the highest quantity (71.78%). The total phenolic content (Folin-Ciocalteu assay) was shown to be between 6.57 µgGAE/mg dry weight basis (Saponaria officinalis) and 8.86 µgGAE/mg dry weight basis (Artemisia absinthum). There was a positive correlation (R = 0.819) between the total phenolic content and the antioxidant activity measured in the plant samples. The aqueous and methanol extracts of the aerial parts of the species showed antibacterial activities against a number of
The aqueous extract of Artemisia herba-alba Asso. (Compositae) produced an initial hyperglycaemia which was followed by hypoglycaemia in normoglycaemic and alloxan-treated rabbits and mice. The extract (0.39 g/kg) significantly increased gastrointestinal transit time and the reaction time to thermal stimuli but had no effect on the activity of alkaline phosphatase or concentrations of creatinine and urea in plasma. Histopathological examination indicated mild hydropic degeneration in hepatocytes and proximal convoluted tubules. The duodenum showed mild oedema of the substantia of the mucosal propria. The plant extract showed weak antimicrobial activity.
Presented by M di-T. ARTEMISIA VULGARIS.. A. vulgaris, Linn. Nat. order, Composit . Common names, Wormwood, Mugwort, Beifuss, etc. Preparation, Tincture of the root.. Authority. Noack and Trinks.. ► Increase of the epileptic paroxysms. ► Irritation of the nervous system. ► Profuse sweat, having a peculiarly characteristic, fetid, cadaverous odor, resembling the odor of garlic. ► Violent contractions of the uterus; labor pains. ► Prolapsus, rupture of the uterus. ► Miscarriage. ► Profuse menstruation; metrorrhagia. ► Increase of the lochial discharge.. Copyright M di-T 2000. ...
title: DA-9601, Artemisia Asiatica Herbal Extract, Ameliorates Airway Inflammation of Allergic Asthma in Mice, doi: none, category: Article
Artemisia afra is one of the oldest and best known medicinal plants, and is still used effectively today in South Africa by people of all cultures. The list of uses covers a wide range of ailments from coughs, colds, fever, loss of appetite, colic, headache, earache, intestinal worms to malaria. Artemisia is used in many different ways and one of the most common practices is to insert fresh leaves into the nostrils to clear blocked nasal passages (Van Wyk et al. 1997). Another maybe not so common use is to place leaves in socks for sweaty feet (Watt & Breyer-Brandwijk 1962). The roots, stems and leaves are used in many different ways and taken as enemas, poultices, infusions, body washes, lotions, smoked, snuffed or drunk as a tea. A. afra has a very bitter taste and is usually sweetened with sugar or honey when drunk. Wilde-als brandy is a very popular medicine still made and sold today. Margaret Roberts (1990) lists many other interesting uses in her book, Indigenous healing plants, which ...
The NCBI web site requires JavaScript to function. Traditional Chinese Medicines TCM Artemisia bei Psoriasis rapidly gaining attention in the West as sources of new drugs, dietary supplements and functional foods.. However, Artemisia bei Psoriasis of consistent manufacturing practices and quality standards, fear of adulteration, and perceived deficiencies in scientific see more of efficacy and Artemisia bei Psoriasis impede worldwide acceptance of TCM. In addition, Western pharmaceutical industries Psoriasis von Barbera Behandlung regulatory agencies are partial toward single ingredient drugs based on synthetic molecules, and skeptical of natural product mixtures.. This review concentrates on three examples of TCM-derived pharmaceuticals and functional foods that have, despite these usual obstacles, risen to wide acceptance in the West based on their remarkable performance in recent scientific investigations. Sweet wormwood Artemisia annuathe source of artemisinin, which is the currently ...
Break off a sprig of big sagebrush and inhale its aroma: the fragrance is clean, sharp and as cool as the smell of winter. Call it camphor blended with a touch of Christmas. Crush a few leaves between your fingertips and the scent is suddenly somewhat bitter and more pungent. Let the sprig dry for a few hours and youll find that the fragrance gradually loses its bite, softening to crisp evergreen with a hint of juicy berry.. ...
Plant secondary metabolites (SM) are widely used by humans in many ways (pharmacy, biotechnology etc.). For making their use even more effective, it is important to know the seasonality of these chemicals in plants and what affect those changes. Three Artemisia species (Artemisia annua, A. absinthium, A. vulgaris) were cultivated during one vegetation season (from April to September 2016). Plant growth parameters and the beginning of their generative stages were observed, and leaf samples were collected regularly. Samples of some plants were collected repeatedly. A generalist herbivore (migratory locust), was used as a proxy for studying changes in plant secondary metabolism during the vegetation season. The results proved presence of defence secondary metabolites in plants except A. vulgaris species where the role of SM in defence was not shown. Levels of SM changed nonlinearly during the vegetational season and were time-dependent. Plant size did not influence the levels of SM in plants. ...
Polyploidy is a key factor in the evolution of higher plants and plays an important role in the variation of plant genomes, leading to speciation in some cases. During polyploidisation, different balancing processes take place at the genomic level that can promote variation in nuclear DNA content. We estimated genome size using flow cytometry in 84 populations of 67 Artemisia species and one population of Crossostephium chinense. A total of 73 sequences of nrDNA ITS and 3′-ETS were newly generated and analysed, together with previously published sequences, to address the evolution of genome size in a phylogenetic framework. Differences in 2C values were detected among some lineages, as well as an increase of genome size heterogeneity in subgenera whose phylogenetic relationships are still unclear. We confirmed that the increase in 2C values in Artemisia polyploids was not proportional to ploidy level, but 1Cx genome size tended to decrease significantly when high ploidy levels were reached. ...
Botanical Name: Artemisia glacialis Family: Asteraceae Tribe: Anthemideae Genus: Artemisia Species:A. glacialis Kingdom:Plantae Order: Asterales Common Name :
Mugwort is a common name for several species of aromatic plants in the genus Artemisia. In Europe, mugwort most often refers to the species Artemisia vulgaris, or common mugwort. While other species are sometimes referred to by more specific common names, they may be called simply "mugwort" in many contexts. For example, one species, Artemisia argyi, is often called "mugwort" in the context of Traditional Chinese Medicine but may be also referred to by the more specific name "Chinese mugwort". Artemisia princeps is Korean mugwort (Korean name: ssuk, 쑥). It is also found in Japan and Japanese mugwort is known as yomogi (ヨモギ). Mugworts are used medicinally, especially in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditional medicine. Some mugworts have also found a use in modern medicine for their anti-herpetic effect. They are also used as an herb to flavor food. In Korea, mugworts were also used for plain, non-medicinal consumption; in South Korea, mugworts, called ssuk, are still used as a staple ...
Background and objectives: Toxoplasma gondii affects almost one-third of people worldwide, causing disorders such as abortion or congenital disease in its intermediate hosts. This is while the current available medications are limited in terms of efficacy and side effects. Previous researches have shown Artemisia annua to be highly effective on this parasite. The aim of this study was to evaluate the antitoxoplasma effects of A. vulgaris. Methods: Anti toxoplasmosis activity was evaluated in vitro using different concentrations of A. vulgaris total extract and the petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate and n-butanol fractions. After 2 h of incubation, flow cytometry method was applied to determine the anti-parasitic activity. Phytochemical profiles of these extracts were developed by HPTLC. For the in vivo experiment, toxoplasmosis was induced by intradermal injection of the parasite tachyzoites into the rats. Average survival time of the rats treated with 16-128 mg/kg of the total extract was
Wort" is an old suffix for plants traditionally used for medicinal and healing purposes, for example: Lungwort. I dont know what "Mug" identifies that would need healing. It also has culinary uses as a seasoning. Its widely available commercially, sold as an herb. Youre welcome to have mine for free, if theres any left after Im done ripping it out. Artemisias also have toxic properties. Among other applications, A. vulgaris has been used as a natural abortifacient in early pregnancy. Another well-known member of the genus is A. absinthium, Absinthe ...
آرتمیزینین یک متابولیت ثانویه با خاصیت دارویی ضد مالاریایی است. علاوه بر فعالیت ضد مالاریایی در مقابل طیف وسیعی از سرطان‌ها نظیر: لوسمی انسانی، سرطان سینه، سرطان کولون و کارسینوما مؤثر است. این ماده همچنین خواص ضد هپاتیت B، ضد ایدز دارد و از فعالیت ضد انگل Lieshmania و Schistosoma برخوردار است. این ماده توسط گونه‌های مختلف جنس Artemisia (درمنه) ساخته می‌شود و برای نخستین بار در A. annua مشاهده گردید. در مطالعه حاضر، الگوی بیان ژن‌های مرتبط با بیوسنتز آرتمیزینین یعنی ژن‌های ADS، DBR2 و SQS در پنج گونه مختلف جنس Artemisia (A. absinthium، A. annua، A. dracunculus، A. sieberi و A. vulgaris) مطالعه شد. استخراج RNA کل و
The spices like tarragon were used, in addition to its digestive properties, to disguise the smell of food due to its natural degradation or poor maintenance.. This traditional use is a sign of wisdom, as modern science has shown that these herbs are able to fight certain bacteria that cause food poisoning.. (* More information: History of spices).. Tarragon contains more than 30 antiseptic components, such as ocimene, gentisic and salicylic acid; coumarins, flavonoids (isorhamnetin, naringenin, quercetin), tannins and other aromatic components (nerol, methyl eugenol, menthol, myrcene, sabinene, between others).. * More information: Composition of Tarragon.. Scientific studies have shown that essential oils containing tarragon, inhibit the growth of food bacteria: Shigella spp. (Dysentery pathogen), Listeria monocytogenes (causing listeriosis), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (lung infections) and Escherichia coli (most common bacteria, causing decay).. Because it acts as a natural antibiotic, tarragon ...
It is also effective against bladder infections and helps the liver and bile process waste. Treatments for the stomach, gall bladder and spleen work more effectively when they contain elements of the Artemisia plant.. For external treatment of wounds and insect bits, the herb is most commonly administered in decoctions and infusions.. For internal use, extracts and herbal tinctures, as well as capsules with powdered or solid herb can be taken. In fact, due to the bitter taste, it is often easiest to ingest the herb in capsule form.. ...
175. Artemisia angustissima Nakai, Bot. Mag. (Tokyo). 29: 8. 1915. 狭叶牡蒿 xia ye mu hao Artemisia japonica Thunberg subf. angustissima (Nakai) Pampanini; A. japonica var. angustissima (Nakai) Kitamura.. Herbs, perennial, 20-60 cm tall, stems few, slender and erect, branching from upper nodes, sparsely arachnoid pilose, ± glabrescent. Lower and middle stem leaves ± sessile; leaf blade ovate or suborbicular in outline, 1.5-2.2 × 1.5-2.2 cm, (1 or)2-pinnatisect; segments 2(or 3) pairs, 5-10 × 3-5 mm, partite or few serrate. Middle stem leaves pinnatisect; lobes linear or narrowly linear-lanceolate, 5-8(-10) × 0.8-3 mm, entire or few serrate. Uppermost leaves and leaflike bracts 3-sect or entire. Synflorescence a narrow panicle. Capitula shortly pedunculate or sessile, nodding. Involucre ovoid or subglobose, 1-1.5 mm in diam. Marginal female florets 2 or 3. Disk florets 2-5, male. Achenes obovoid. Fl. and fr. Aug-Oct.. Slopes, roadsides; low elevations to 500 m. S Gansu, Hebei, SE ...
64. Artemisia lancea Vaniot, Bull. Acad. Int. Géogr. Bot. 12: 500. 1903. 矮蒿 ai hao Artemisia feddei H. Léveillé & Vaniot; A. lavandulifolia Candolle subf. angusta Pampanini; A. lavandulifolia subf. effusa Pampanini; A. lavandulifolia var. feddei (H. Léveillé & Vaniot) Pampanini; A. lavandulifolia var. lancea (Vaniot) Pampanini; A. lavandulifolia subf. minutiflora Pampanini; A. lavandulifolia f. stenocephala Pampanini; A. minutiflora Nakai; A. vulgaris Linnaeus var. maximowiczii Nakai, p.p.. Herbs, perennial, 80-150 cm tall, rhizomatous, sparsely arachnoid pubescent, sometimes glabrescent. Basal and lowermost leaves withering before anthesis, shortly petiolate; leaf blade ovate, 3-5(-7) × 2.5-4(-6.5) cm, 2-pinnatisect; segments 3 or 4 pairs; lobules linear-lanceolate or linear, 3-6 × 2-3 mm. Middle stem leaves ± sessile; leaf blade ovate-elliptic, ovate-orbicular, or suborbicular, 1.5-2.5 × 0.1-0.2 mm, abaxially densely gray or yellowish arachnoid pubescent, adaxially gland-dotted ...
Artemisia stelleriana, also known as Artemisia Silver Brocade, grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 3 through 9. Silver Brocade closely resembles an annual bedding plant ...
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Artemisia vulgaris (Ai Ye) has a long and rich history of use in medicine as an herbal remedy. This page contains uses, pictures, cautions, and references.
Pinene (C10H16) is a bicyclic monoterpene chemical compound.[1] There are two structural isomers of pinene found in nature: α-pinene and β-pinene. As the name suggests, both forms are important constituents of pine resin; they are also found in the resins of many other conifers, as well as in non-coniferous plants such as camphorweed (Heterotheca) and big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata). Both isomers are used by many insects in their chemical communication system. The two isomers of pinene constitute the major component of turpentine. α-Pinene and β-pinene are both produced from geranyl pyrophosphate, via cyclisation of linaloyl pyrophosphate followed by loss of a proton from the carbocation equivalent. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Joint BioEnergy Institute have been able to synthetically produce pinene with a bacterium. Alpha-pinene is the most widely encountered terpenoid in nature and is highly repellant to insects. Alpha-pinene appears in conifers and ...
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Microbiome Support 3 supplies a proprietary blend of herbs and herbal extracts, which function to support healthy GI function. Artemisia dracunculus Tarragon has long been used as a digestive tonic because it aids in the production of bile by the liver. Not only can it improve natural digestion, but it has also been
Advances in Agrotechnology ISSN: 9082-1831 Vol. 1 (1), pp. 001-012, January, 2017. © International Scholars Journals. Full Length Research Paper. Genetic variation in (Artemisia capillaries) using RAPD and ISSR markers. *Abdullah Krishnan, Robert Fernandes and Bernand Majid. Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Agrotechnology and Food Science, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT), 21030 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia.. E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 18 January, 2017. Abstract. Artemisia capillaris (Thunb.) commonly known as wormwood or sagebussh is under-exploited plant. Genetic variation between A. capillaris was evaluated using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and inter simple sequence repeats (ISSR) markers. Among these markers, RAPD primers generated 291 amplification products of which 108 were polymorphic and ISSR markers produced 283 amplification products, out of which 54 were polymorphic. RAPD fingerprinting detected more polymorphic loci (95.60%) than the ...
The sagebrush ecosystem is home to unique plant and wildlife species, and is very important to the overall ecological health of eastern Oregon. Many birds and mammals depend on sagebrush ecosystems in the western United States for survival. In the last century, drastic changes caused by livestock grazing, conversion of lands to agriculture, the introduction of exotic plant species, and fire have resulted in alteration and fragmentation of sagebrush vegetative communities throughout the Intermountain West. The loss of sagebrush ecosystems are negatively affecting many of the more than 350 species of plants and animals that depend on sagebrush ecosystems for all or part of their existence including Greater Sage-Grouse as well as Pygmy Rabbit, Mule Deer, and Golden Eagles. Other examples of sagebrush dependent species include sage sparrow, ferruginous hawks, Brewers sparrow, sage thrasher, sagebrush vole, and many botanical species.. ...
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (eCAM) is an international peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that seeks to understand the sources and to encourage rigorous research in this new, yet ancient world of complementary and alternative medicine.
|i|Artemisia|/i| is an important genus of Iranian flora. Cytotoxic activities for some species of the genus have already been reported. In this study, we have investigated the cytotoxic effects of |i|n|/i|-hexane, CH|sub|2|/sub|Cl|sub|2|/sub|, EtOAc, EtOH, and EtOH/H|sub|2|/sub|O (1 : 1) extracts of |i|A. turanica|/i| Krasch. on two human leukemic cancer cell lines (K562 and HL-60) and J774 as normal cells using alamarBlue (resazurin) assay. PI staining of the fragmented DNA and western blot analysis were used to evaluate the possible apoptotic effect of the extract. The CH|sub|2|/sub|Cl|sub|2|/sub| extract of |i|A. turanica|/i| showed the most antiproliferative effect on cancer cells among all tested extracts with IC|sub|50|/sub| values of 69 and 104 |i|μ|/i|g/mL on K562 and HL-60 cells, respectively, whereas the normal cells were not affected significantly by this extract. Sub-G1 peak in the flow cytometry histogram of the cells treated with CH|sub|2|/sub|Cl|sub|2|/sub|
July 2013 vol. 57 no. 7 3268-327. It is well known that artemisinin drugs are gametocytocidal for immature, but not mature gametocytes. A paper of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute comes to the conclusion that in high perennial transmission settings case management with ACT may have little impact on overall infectiousness of the human population. They even found in their study, that the most direct indicator of human-to-mosquito transmission, namely oocyst prevalence was substantially higher after ACT introduction. A study from Burkina Faso found in a recheck 12 months after a clinical trial with ACTs that the number of symptomatic malaria episodes was even slightly higher in the ACT arm than in the control arm and that after several treatments the prevalence of gametocyte carriers was the same in both arms.. Bernadette J Huho, Gerard F Killeen, Heather M Ferguson, Adriana Tami, Christian Lengeler, Artemisinin-based combination therapy does not measurably reduce human infectiousness ...
Objectives: Oxidative stress plays a central role in diabetes-induced complications. In the present study, the protevtive effect of Artemisia turanica (A. turanica) was evaluated against diabetes-induced liver oxidative stress and dysfunction. Methods: Fifty male Wistar rats were randomly divided into five groups: control, diabetic, diabetic + metformin, diabetic + A. turanica extract, and diabetic + A. turanica extract + metformin. Experimental diabetes was induced by a single-dose (55 mg/kg, intraperitoneally (ip)) injection of streptozotocin (STZ). Metformin (300 mg/kg) and A. turanica extract (70 mg/kg) were orally administrated three days after STZ injection for four weeks. The levels of malondialdehyde (MDA), total thiol content and superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase activities were measured in the liver tissue. Serum glucose concentration, aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT) activities were also determined. Results: In the diabetic group, serum glucose