*  Splenocyte-Conditioned Media Inhibit Breast Cancer MCF-7 Cell Growth, Associated with Increased Th2/Th1 Cytokine Secretion...
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*  What Should I Be Doing With My Bees This Month?: 2010
Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) is a broadleaf plant native to northern Asia. Seeds are brown in color, roughly the ...
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*  Soba - Wikipedia
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*  Buckwheat / Polygonum fagopyrum Information
Today Buckwheat is used to treat itching skin and liver disease, headaches, and help regulate blood sugar. It is used to treat a wide range of circulatory problems, including varicose veins, and chilblains. Buckwheat is most effective when taken with vitamin C or lemon juice to aid absorption. Buckwheat can also be combined with other herbs to treat retinal hemorrhages, and high blood pressure. Recent research shows that the Chinese variety of Buckwheat has immune stimulant properties and can be used to treat chronic bronchitis, inflamed gallbladder, and pulmonary abscesses ...
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*  Fagopyrum dibotrys Perennial Buckwheat PFAF Plant Database
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*  Fagopyrum - Wikipedia
... including Fagopyrum dibotrys or perennial buckwheat (formerly Fagopyrum cymosum), Fagopyrum giganteum, and Fagopyrum ... Fagopyrum Flora of North America: Fagopyrum Jepson Manual Treatment: Fagopyrum http://fagopyrum.uhostall.com/: Fagopyrum ... The genus Fagopyrum is in the flowering plant family Polygonaceae. Fagopyrum contains 15 to 16 species of plants, including two ... List of edible seeds "The Plant List: A Working List of all Plant Species". PFAF Plant Database: Fagopyrum dibotrys (Perennial ...
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Fagopyrum tataricum contains aromatic substances. The most important difference when compared to the aroma of Fagopyrum ... Fagopyrum tataricum, also known as Tartary buckwheat, green buckwheat, ku qiao, or bitter buckwheat, is a domesticated food ... Fagopyrum tataricum (L.) Gaertn". Canadian Journal of Plant Science. 66 (2): 381-393. doi:10.4141/cjps86-052. Janeš, Damjan; ... "Fagopyrum tataricum". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States ...
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*  In Vivo and In Vitro Antinociceptive Effect of Fagopyrum cymosum (Trev.) Meisn Extracts: A Possible Action by Recovering...
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*  Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) - Erma's Nutrition Center
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*  Buckwheat (Fagopyrum Esculentum) is Gluten-Free | GLUTEN FREE Journal
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*  Genetic identity of common buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) landraces locally cultivated in the Alps | Archivio...
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*  Gluten-Free Formulation - IFT.org
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*  Challenges and Strategies in Promoting Conservation and Use of Neglected and Underutilized Crop Species
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*  PRIMULA OBCONICA - HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA - By William BOERICKE
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(1/83) Muscle hypertrophy in rats fed on a buckwheat protein extract.

Growing rats were examined for the influence of a buckwheat protein diet on muscle weight and protein. In experiment 1, the rats were fed on a diet containing either casein or a buckwheat protein extract (BWPE) as the protein source (10%, 20% or 30%) for 5 wk. The relative weights (g per kg of body wt) of the gastrocnemius, plantaris and soleus muscles were higher in the BWPE-fed animals than in the casein-fed ones, but were unaffected by the dietary level of protein. These differences were not associated with growth. In experiment 2, the rats were fed on either a casein or BWPE diet at the 20% protein level for 5 wk. BWPE intake significantly elevated the gastrocnemius muscle weight, carcass protein and water, and reduced carcass fat. These results demonstrate that BWPE consumption causes muscle hypertrophy, elevates carcass protein and water, and reduces body fat.  (+info)

(2/83) Consumption of a buckwheat protein extract retards 7,12-dimethylbenz[alpha]anthracene-induced mammary carcinogenesis in rats.

Female rats were examined for the effects of feeding buckwheat protein extract (BWPE) on the development of mammary tumor caused by administration of 7,12-dimethylbenz[alpha]anthracene. The percentage of rats with palpable mammary tumors and serum estradiol were lower in the BWPE-fed animals than the casein-fed ones, implying that BWPE intake retarded the mammary carcinogenesis by lowering serum estradiol.  (+info)

(3/83) Resolution and synthesis of optically active alcohols with immobilized water-soluble proteins from green pea, soybean and buckwheat as new bio-catalysts.

Kinetic resolution of racemic alcohols, (+/-)-1-(4-substituted phenyl)ethanol and (+/-)-1-(2-naphthyl)ethanol, was done with immobilized green pea, soybean, or buckwheat proteins. The resolution was done stereoselectively by oxidizing only one enantiomer of a racemic alcohol to leave an optically active alcohol with a high purity. In addition, each protein could be reused consecutively at least three times without any decrease of yield or optical purity.  (+info)

(4/83) Development of a simple and efficient method for transformation of buckwheat plants (Fagopyrum esculentum) using Agrobacterium tumefaciens.

Apical meristems of seedlings of buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum var. Shinano No. 1) were pricked with a needle and inoculated with Agrobacterium tumefaciens (LBA4404, pBI121). The inoculated seedlings were grown to maturation and allowed to pollinate randomly to set the seeds (T1 plants). The transformation efficiency of the T1 plants was estimated by germination in the presence of geneticin (20 microg/ml) and by detection of beta-glucuronidase (GUS) gene with PCR, indicating that 36% and 70% of the T1 plants were transformed, respectively. Four plants taking on a mutated morphology were selected from T1 plants which were transformed with the method using A. tumefaciens harboring a modified pBI121 for plasmid rescue. Southern blot analysis of plasmids rescued from the 4 T1 plants demonstrated that each plasmid contained a different flanking DNA of the buckwheat genome, an evidence that T-DNA was integrated in different sites of the genomic DNA among the 4 T1 plants.  (+info)

(5/83) A buckwheat protein product suppresses gallstone formation and plasma cholesterol more strongly than soy protein isolate in hamsters.

This study was conducted to investigate the effects of a buckwheat protein product (BWP) on plasma cholesterol, gallbladder bile composition and fecal steroid excretion in hamsters fed diets with 5 g/kg cholesterol. Diets also contained 200 g/kg of casein, soy protein isolate (SPI) or BWP as protein sources. After 2 wk, plasma and liver concentrations of cholesterol in the hamsters fed BWP were significantly lower than those in the hamsters fed casein and SPI. The molar proportion of cholesterol in gallbladder bile was significantly lower in the BWP group than in the other groups, whereas that of bile acids was slightly higher in the BWP group (P +info)

(6/83) Complete amino acid sequence of the protease inhibitor BWI-4a from buckwheat seeds.

The complete amino acid sequence of the protease inhibitor BWI-4a from buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) seeds has been established by automated Edman degradation in combination with MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. The inhibitor molecule consists of 67 amino acid residues with a single disulfide bond. Its N-terminus is blocked by a pyroglutamic acid residue. The reactive site of the inhibitor contains an Arg43-Asp44 bond. Mass spectrometry revealed that inhibitor BWI-4a is present in buckwheat seeds in two isoforms differing by a single amino acid substitution of Gly40 for Ala40. Analysis of the amino acid sequence of the BWI-4a inhibitor indicates that this inhibitor is a member of the potato proteinase inhibitor I family.  (+info)

(7/83) Antioxidant activities of buckwheat hull extract toward various oxidative stress in vitro and in vivo.

We have undertaken four basic in vitro studies and an animal experiment to obtain information about the antioxidant activities of buckwheat hull extract (BWHE). In the in vitro studies, BWHE scavenged super oxide anion produced in the xanthine/xanthine oxidase system (IC50=11.4 microg phenolic compound/ml), and strongly inhibited autoxidation of linoleic acid (IC50=6.2 microg phenolic compound/ml). Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation induced by Cu2+ ion was also protected by BWHE. In the animal experiment, ddY mice were fed a standard diet supplemented with 0.75% BWHE for 14 d. In blood, liver and brain of the mice TBARS and fluorescent substance concentration were significantly decreased compared with those of non-treated mice. SOD like activity in serum also significantly rose by BWHE treatment. BWHE was shown to be effective for protecting biological systems against various oxidative stresses in vitro, and to have antioxidant activity in vivo.  (+info)

(8/83) Buckwheat allergy and reports on asthma and atopic disorders in Taiyuan City, Northern China.

Allergy to common buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) has been reported from Europe and Japan, and a 24 kDa globulin protein has been identified as one of the major allergens. In China also another type, tartary buckwheat (Fagopyrum tartaricum) is grown and consumed. Three groups of individuals in Shanxi province, China, were investigated for buckwheat allergy using skin prick test. The groups were: agricultural researchers with occupational exposure to buckwheat (N = 16); workers in a food industry producing buckwheat noodles (N = 25), and patients with diabetes or cardiovascular disease consuming buckwheat as functional food (N = 20). Information on atopic disorders and adverse food reactions were collected by a doctors-administered questionnaire. One male industrial worker had a positive skin prick test to buckwheat, but no symptoms while eating or handling buckwheat products. In total, 34% consumed buckwheat food at least every week, and 23% had a weekly consumption of tartary buckwheat. The prevalence of doctor's diagnosed asthma was low (1.6%). Four subjects (6.6%) reported a history of allergic rhinitis, with allergy to cedar pollen, carnation and peach.  (+info)