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Nutr Cancer. ;68(1) doi: / Epub Jan Inula Viscosa Extracts Induces Telomere Shortening and Apoptosis . Overview of the medicinal plant Inula viscosa, Inula viscosa R&D, cultivation, processing, extraction and formulations by Avisco Ltd. Traditional medicine uses of Inula viscosa, folk medicine practices and refernces from traditional medicine books.

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Histochemistry and identification of condensed tannin precursors in root of cotton seedlings. Apart from phenolic inclusions, other material, more transparent electronically, also appears in the vacuole Fig.

Vscosa percentage compositions of the extracts are based on peak areas obtained without FID flame ionization detector factor correction. It is an important plant in Catalan traditionoften mentioned in adages and proverbs.

Leaf structural peculiarities in Sarcopoterium spinosum a seasonally dimorphic subshrub. The nucleus is well viscoss. Ten days later, calluses appeared. Obviously the callus cells produce some anti-fungal agents inhibiting yeast colony expansion. The carrier gas was helium at flow rate of 0. Pollination of an endangered Caladenia species Orchidaceae by nectar-foraging behaviour of a widespread species of colletid bee.

In general, stained compounds escape from the broken cells and the background appears coloured. Retrieved 18 January Pharmacological screening of the anti-ulcerogenic effects of some Jordanian medicinal plants in rats. Some of the reactions are presented in Figures 18— Crystals are common blue arrows in Fig. Terpenes and compounds of lipid nature seem to prevail.

It should be pointed out that at least some of the compounds secreted through the activity of the hair cells are volatile; a onula scent is characteristic in the air of all the Aegean islands on which I. Antifungal viscosq of essential oils from leaves of Inula viscosa Asteraceae by Apulian region. Compounds indicated by the arrows in Figure 24 seem to be absent from the callus extract although the lack of staining may indicate very low concentrations, which prevent their detection Figs 25, Detailed observations reveal that glandular hairs, protective hairs and various mesophyll inulaa actually react with many histochemical reagents although the intensity of the reaction varies among those leaf constituents.


It has inlua, narrow leaves that are pointed at both ends and have teeth along the edges and glandular hairs on the surfaces.

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An interesting observation on developed callus masses is related to the well-known phenomenon of the clear zone appearing round the colonies of antibiotic-producing bacteria or fungi when they are approached by expanding colonies of other susceptible micro-organisms. Terpenes, phenolic derivatives and alkaloids also detected will be extensively investigated in future studies.

Aiton Cupularia viscosa L. The negative response to DMB staining for phenolic tannin precursors, in both leaves and calluses, although tannins are present in large amounts as vacuolar inclusions in most leaf cells, indicates that the chemical constituents of the condensed tannins are produced prematurely in the leaf cells and condensation proceeds promptly at an early stage of leaf development.

Developmental evidence helps resolve the evolutionary origins of anther appendages in Globba Zingiberaceae. Dittrichia viscosaalso known as false yellowhead[2] woody fleabane[3] sticky fleabane and yellow fleabaneis a flowering plant in the daisy family.

Electron micrographs of cells from the leaf of Inula viscosa. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Even though these reactions could not be localized in certain cellular components of callus cells, it is important that non-differentiated cells viscosaa their ability to synthesize and accumulate secondary metabolites of pharmaceutical value terpenes, steroids, alkaloids.


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Records indicate that about pharmaceutical preparations of inulx origin are on the market in the civilized world, although the active compounds used for their production are extracted from only inulq species Phillipson,that c. A Hewlett-Packard mass selective detector in the electron impact EI ionization mode 70 eV was attached to the chromatograph for mass spectrometry.

Basal cells and the conical stem of a protective hair. They were subjected inua histochemical reagents after 4 weeks. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Antimony trichloride as a test reagent for steroids, especially diosgenin and yamogenin, in plant tissues. Chasing the enzymes of secondary metabolism: Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.

If leaching occurs then the cell is wrecked Fig. In tissue cultures Fig.

Cross-section of viscoa leaf. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

It is important as food for the caterpillars of certain butterflies and moths, like Iolana iolas. Little-differentiated callus cells are synthetically active and produce, as do its leaf cells, numerous polar compounds that could be of pharmaceutical interest. Conyza major Bubani Jacobaea viscosa L.