*  Biotransformation of Aromatic Aldehydes by Cell Cultures of Peganum harmala L. and Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn.
Callus cultures of Silybum marianum and Peganum harmala were established from seedlings, and healthy suspensions were grown ... Cell cultures of Silybum marianum and Peganum harmala have been studied with a view to investigat their abilities to produce ... Biotransformation of Aromatic Aldehydes by Cell Cultures of Peganum harmala L. and Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn Gholamreza ... Cell cultures of Peganum harmala L. have been widely studied with a view to investigate their abilities to produce amines and b ...
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*  Peganum nigellastrum - The Lycaeum
Peganum nigellastrum (Chinese: 骆驼蒿, luo tuo hao) is a plant species in the genus Peganum found in China. ... "Alkaloids and phenylpropanoids from Peganum nigellastrum". Phytochemistry 53 (8): 1075-8. PMID 10820833. doi:10.1016/S0031-9422 ... Retrieved from "http://www.lycaeum.org/w/index.php?title=Peganum_nigellastrum&oldid=14121" ...
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*  Peganum Harmala - The Ethnobotanical Garden - Shroomery Message Board
Notes on Growing Peganum Harmala (Syrian Rue) ( 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 all ). ytse. 19,571. 145. 12/09/17 03:17 AM. by JayWise. trying ... Re: Peganum Harmala [Re: Zen Peddler] #368104 - 08/07/01 11:23 AM (16 years, 4 months ago) Edit Reply Quote Quick Reply ... Re: Peganum Harmala [Re: Zen Peddler] #368106 - 08/07/01 11:27 AM (16 years, 4 months ago) Edit Reply Quote Quick Reply ... Re: Peganum Harmala [Re: Zen Peddler] #374483 - 08/19/01 10:46 AM (16 years, 3 months ago) Edit Reply Quote Quick Reply ...
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*  Erowid Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala, Harmal) Vault
Peganum harmala) including basics, effects, dosage, history, legal status, photos, research, media coverage, and links to other ... Medicinal properties of Peganum harmala L in traditional Iranian [...] - 2015. Hepatoprotective activity of Peganum harmala ... Peganum harmala is a perennial shrub with fleshy spikey-looking leaves, growing up to 1 meter tall. Its small, brown seeds ... Evaluation of the analgesic effect of alkaloid extract of Peganum harmala L - 2008 ...
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*  Peganum | definition of Peganum by Medical dictionary
Peganum explanation free. What is Peganum? Meaning of Peganum medical term. What does Peganum mean? ... Looking for online definition of Peganum in the Medical Dictionary? ... Peganum. Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Peganum. a genus of plants in the family Zygophyllaceae. The plants contain β- ... Peganum , definition of Peganum by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Peganum ...
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*  Peganum - Wikipedia
Peganum mexicanum Gray (Mexico) Peganum nigellastrum Bunge (China) Peganum rothschildianum F.Buxbaum (Tunisia) Peganum texanum ... Peganum L. is a genus under the recently separated family Nitrariaceae. Formerly it used to be included in the family ... The genus has five species, occurring in warm temperate to subtropical regions across the world: Peganum harmala L. - Harmal or ... doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.1996.tb02077.x. Media related to Peganum harmala at Wikimedia Commons. ...
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*  Peganum nigellastrum - Wikipedia
Peganum nigellastrum (Chinese: 骆驼蒿, luo tuo hao) is a plant species in the genus Peganum found in China. The plant contains ... "Alkaloids and phenylpropanoids from Peganum nigellastrum". Phytochemistry. 53 (8): 1075-8. doi:10.1016/S0031-9422(99)00440-9. ... Data related to Peganum nigellastrum at Wikispecies. ...
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*  Peganum harmala - Wikipedia
Peganum harmala has been used to treat pain and to treat skin inflammations, including skin cancers. Peganum harmala has been ... "PLANTS Profile for Peganum harmala (harmal peganum) / USDA PLANTS". USDA. 2008-01-17. Retrieved 2008-01-18. "Esphand Against ... Peganum harmala is of Asian Origin and grows in the Middle East and in part of South Asia mainly in India and Pakistan. It was ... "Peganum genus". www.cdfa.ca.gov. Retrieved 2008-02-02. Davison, Jay; Wargo, Mike (2001). Recognition and Control of African Rue ...
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*  Molecules | Free Full-Text | Chemical Composition, Antibacterial and Phytotoxic Activities of Peganum harmala Seed Essential...
Peganum harmala L., also known as Syrian rue or Pègano, is a herbaceous plant belonging to the Zygohpyllaceae family, and is ... Keywords: Peganum harmala; essential oil; antibacterial activity; phytotoxic activity Peganum harmala; essential oil; ... Peganum harmala L., also known as Syrian rue or Pègano, is a herbaceous plant belonging to the Zygohpyllaceae family, and is ... Chemical Composition, Antibacterial and Phytotoxic Activities of Peganum harmala Seed Essential Oils from Five Different ...
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*  Synergistic effect of Lawsonia inermis and Peganum harmala aqueous extracts on in vitro growth of Leishmania tropica...
Synergistic effect of Lawsonia inermis and Peganum harmala aqueous extracts on in vitro growth of Leishmania tropica ... Lawsonia inermis (henna) leaves contain several active compounds that have antiprotozoal activity, as well as, Peganum harmala ... Synergistic effect of Lawsonia inermis and Peganum harmala aqueous extracts on in vitro growth of Leishmania tropica ...
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*  Plants A to Z - California Invasive Plant Council
Peganum harmala. African-rue *. Pennisetum clandestinum. kikuyugrass *. Pennisetum setaceum. crimson fountain grass ...
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*  List of entheogenic/hallucinogenic species - The Lycaeum
Peganum harmala. Harmala alkaloids. Turkey and the Middle East. Hawaiian baby woodrose. Argyreia nervosa. Ergoline alkaloids. ...
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*  Plant of the Month | Theodore Payne Foundation
Creative Commons/peganum. JANUARY Ribes speciosum-Fuchsia-flowered Gooseberry (Grossulariaceae). This bristly beauty is sure to ...
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*  The Inventory - California Invasive Plant Council
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*  Category:Allium karataviense - Wikimedia Commons
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*  Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness-- Gila National Forest Plant Checklist by Family
tridentata Creosote Bush Peganum harmala African Rue Tribulus terrestris Puncture Vine, Goathead (phew! said the typist...!) ...
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*  UC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for LARREA tridentata
Peganum, harmal (NOXIOUS and illegal); Tribulus, caltrop (pernicious)). Peganum harmala L. has been reported as a pernicious ...
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HPLC and GC-MS Analysis of Tunisian Peganum harmala Seeds Oil and Evaluation of Some Biological Activities. Khadhr, Maroua; ...
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(1/7) Antinociceptive effects of Peganum harmala L. alkaloid extract on mouse formalin test.

PURPOSE: To evaluate the effect of Peganum harmala (Syrian rue) a wild-growing flowering plant belonging to the family Zygophylaceae and found abundantly in Iran on formalin-induced pain response in mice. METHODS: Total alkaloid extract was prepared from dry seeds of Peganum harmala. All doses of extract were dissolved in normal saline and administered intraperitoneally 30 minutes before formalin injection to the mouse paw. Nociception was recorded 0-5 (early phase, A) and 15-40 (late phase, B) minutes after formalin injection. The alkaloid extract was subjected to silica gel column chromatography using a linear gradient with a CHCl3-MeOH system and different fractions collected. The effective fraction in formalin test were further purified and isolated by preparative thin layer chromatography (TLC) and identified on the basis of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and mass spectrometry (MS) analysis. RESULTS: Alkaloid extract in doses (mg/kg) used induced significant reduction in pain response when compared to control as follow: 16 (28.63%), 20 (59.15%), 24 (80.75%), 28 (90.14%) and 30 (100%) in the early phase and 20 (24.67%), 24 (59.93%), 28 (78.52%) and 30 (100%) in late phase. Observed responses in both phases of A and B were dose-dependent with r2 of 0.93 and 0.99 respectively. ED50 for phases of A and B were 27.87 and 24.63 mg/kg respectively (p<0.001 for all groups). CONCLUSION: Harmaline, the last step of extraction is the main effective antinociceptive agent of the Peganum harmala alkaloid extract.  (+info)

(2/7) Treatment of natural tropical theileriosis with the extract of the plant Peganum harmala.

Theileria annulata, a protozoan parasite of cattle and domestic buffaloes, is transmitted by ticks of the genus Hyalomma, and causes a disease named Mediterranean or tropical theileriosis. In this research 50 cattle naturally infected with Theileria annulata were treated with the extract of the plant Peganum harmala. The treatment was continued for 5 days, the dose of the extract being 5 mg/kg per day. After the treatment, 39 cattle responded to the treatment and recovered, but 11 did not respond to the treatment and died. The recovery rate of animals treated with the extract of the plant Peganum harmala was 78%.  (+info)

(3/7) Protective effects of estrogens and caloric restriction during aging on various rat testis parameters.

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(4/7) Harmine, a natural beta-carboline alkaloid, upregulates astroglial glutamate transporter expression.

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(5/7) Cytotoxic and insecticidal activities of derivatives of harmine, a natural insecticidal component isolated from Peganum harmala.

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(6/7) Recent advances in the studies on luotonins.

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(7/7) Main alkaloids of Peganum harmala L. and their different effects on dicot and monocot crops.

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  • Alkaloids
  • Cell cultures of Silybum marianum and Peganum harmala have been studied with a view to investigat their abilities to produce flavonolignans and b-carboline alkaloids respectively. (ac.ir)
  • Lawsonia inermis (henna) leaves contain several active compounds that have antiprotozoal activity, as well as, Peganum harmala possess several alkaloids with antiprotozoal properties. (edu.iq)
  • The harmala alkaloids occur in Peganum harmala in concentrations of roughly 3%, though tests have documented anywhere from 2-7% or even higher, as natural sources tend to vary widely in chemical makeup. (wikipedia.org)
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  • David Stophlet Flattery, who proposed that Soma is the plant Peganum harmala, also argued that such preparation should be unnecessary if equivalent results can be obtained "by simply chewing the plant materials, as is the case with psychotropic mushrooms" (Flattery & Schwartz 1989: 33). (thefreedictionary.com)