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Poison Ivy - MDPINov 10, 2017 . using the suggested protocol for no replicates from the edgeR manual. Comparisons of read . data of transcriptomes from Rhus chinensis mill (SRA: SRX2011023) pistachio (Pistacia chinensis; ... tree (Pistacia chinensis), Rhus chinensis, and the Japanese lacquer tree (Toxicodendron vernicifluum).pdf rhus chinensis mill,Antioxidant and Antigenotoxic Activities of Ethanol . - Springer LinkAug 31, 2014 . Abstract Ethanol extracts were obtained from Rhus chinensis Mill (RCM) leaves and used for antioxidant and antigenotoxic activity assays. IC50 values in DPPH assays were 15.96, 18.83, 20.43, 27.93, 37.43, 46.21, and 141.84. µg/mL for TPP, IPE, LLE, Vc, CE, BHT, and Trolox. Similar results were.
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Nov 10, 2017 . using the suggested protocol for no replicates from the edgeR manual. Comparisons of read . data of transcriptomes from Rhus chinensis mill (SRA: SRX2011023) pistachio (Pistacia chinensis; ... tree (Pistacia chinensis), Rhus chinensis, and the Japanese lacquer tree (Toxicodendron vernicifluum).
Aug 31, 2014 . Abstract Ethanol extracts were obtained from Rhus chinensis Mill (RCM) leaves and used for antioxidant and antigenotoxic activity assays. IC50 values in DPPH assays were 15.96, 18.83, 20.43, 27.93, 37.43, 46.21, and 141.84. µg/mL for TPP, IPE, LLE, Vc, CE, BHT, and Trolox. Similar results were.
Rhus chinensis. Figure 1. Middle-aged Chinese Sumac. Chinese Sumac. 1. Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2. INTRODUCTION. Chinese Sumac forms a loose, spreading small tree, reaching up to 25 feet in height (Fig. 1). Most specimens only grow to about 12 to 15 feet tall. The shiny, pinnately compound, five.
Rhus chinensis is a deciduous Tree growing to 6 m (19ft 8in). It is hardy to . Rhus chinensis - Mill. . An excrescence produced on the leaf by an insect Melaphis chinensis or M. paitan (this report probably refers to the galls produced by the plant in response to the insect[K]) is antiseptic, astringent and haemostatic.
The tree has a range of uses including - producing an edible fruit; having medicinal properties; a source of tannins, dye plant and source of oil. It is gathered from the wild and mainly used locally. The galls are widely used in polyherbal preparations in Asia, and are often traded[. 451. Title: Flora Malesiana Series 1.
Aug 15, 2017 . Schlechtendalia chinensis Bell. on leaves of Rhus chinensis Mill. The relationship between gall formers and .. Four-year-old Rhus chinensis Mill. trees were planted at the horned-gall centre located in Yanjin . as the user,s manual of RevertAid H Minus First Strand cDNA. Synthesis Kit (Fermentas Inc.).
This study investigated the free, esterified, and insoluble-bound phenolics in Rhus chinensis Mill. fruits and their pancreatic lipase inhibitory activities with molecular docking analysis. Results showed that the free phenolic fraction displayed the highest total phenolic content and the strongest lipase inhibitory activity. A total.
Nov 28, 2014 . aromatica Aiton, Mayfield 2881 (LSU), USA, AY594418, AY594621, KP055547; Rhus chinensis Mill. 1, S. K. Pell 1063 (NY), Vietnam, KP055288,. KP055438, KP055548; Rhus chinensis Mill. 2, Altvatter and Hammond 7132 V95 (MOR), USA (cultivated from Japan), KP055289, AY594622, KP055549;.
Nov 2, 2015 . Schneider, Elaeagnus latifolia L., Myrica esculenta Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don, Baccaurea ramiflora Lour., Pyrus pashia Hamilton ex D. Don, Calamus meghalayensis (Becc.) A.J. Hend., Gynocardia odorata R. Br., Prunus undulata Buch.-Ham., Docynia indica (Wall.) Decne., Rhus chinensis Mill. and Viburnum.
Sep 1, 2017 . Here, we report the complete chloroplast genome sequence of two R. chinensis genotypes collected from China and Korea. The assembled . Keywords Rhus chinensis, Medicinal plant, Ecological restoration, DMZ, Chloroplast genome sequence, Molecular marker ... Rhus chinensis Mill (Anacardiaceae).
Jun 10, 2008 . The stems of Rhus chinensis were collected in the Botanic garden, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sci- ences in May 2003. The plant was identified as Rhus chinensis. Mill by Dr. Li-Gong Lei. A voucher specimen (KUN 2004-04-. 56) has been deposited in Kunming Institute of Botany. 2.3.
Common name, Chinese sumac. Synonym, Rhus semialata. Other names, › Rhus chinensis Mill. Rank, SPECIES. Lineage, › cellular organisms › Eukaryota › Viridiplantae › Streptophyta › Streptophytina › Embryophyta › Tracheophyta › Euphyllophyta › Spermatophyta › Magnoliophyta › Mesangiospermae › eudicotyledons
the Rhus leaves of the family Anacardiaceae, mainly Rhus chinensis Mill., Rhus potaninii. Maxim, and Rhus punjabensis var. (Tian et al., 2009). The gall needs to be boiled and broken into pieces before it can be used as a CHM. G. chinensis's TCM characters are sour and neutral (between warm and cool), its meridian.
Introduction. • The Cosao people. A small ethnic group living in Yunnan, southwest of China. Only one village with 149 people, living in 47 s (2013). • Local government grouped them into the Hani nationality in 2004. • Cosao has no ISO code yet for it has not been previously reported in the literature.
Mangifera sylvatica Roxb. Tree. Anacardiaceae. Chuchiam, Kathorkung (Lp). Fruits: Used as laxative (Sikkim: ).Used to make sour pickle (Ilam: ). 20. Rhus chinensis Mill. Tree. Anacardiaceae. Bhakimlo (Np); Chokashing (Dz);. Roptangshing (Sh);. Fruits: Edible (KL Bhutan: ). Used as medicine (KL Bhutan: ).
Apr 20, 2009 . Prunus domestica, Punica granatum, Raphnus sativus, Rhus chinensis, Saccharum officinarum and. Tamarandus indica. ... early in the morning for a month. Rhus chinensis Mill. Taiter Anacardiaceae. Fruit, Root. Gallotannins, gallotannic acid, gallic acid and m- digallic acid. (Prajapati et al., 2006).
Mar 30, 2015 . A characteristic feature of aggressive malignancy is the overexpression of lactic acid dehydrogenase- (LDH-) A, concomitant to pericellular accumulation of lactate. In a recent high-throughput screening, we identified Rhus chinensis (Mill.) gallnut (RCG) (also known as Galla Chinensis) extract as a potent.
MBC. 31.2-62.5 µg/ml. Zaidi et al. (2009). Pteleopsis suberosa Engl. et Diels. Combretaceae. Bark. Methanol extract. MIC. 31.25-250 µg/ml. Germanò et al. (1998). Punica granatum L. Punicaceae. Peel of fruit methanol extracts. DD. 27.96±0.97 mm. Moghaddam (2011). Rhus chinensis Mill. Anacardiaceae. Sumac. Aqueous.
(2013) Flavonoids from the Fruits of Nepalese Sumac (Rhus parviflora) Attenuate Glutamate-In-duced Neurotoxicity in HT22 Cells. Food Science and . (2014) Antioxidant and Antigenotoxic Activities of Ethanol Extracts from Rhus chinensis Mill Leaves. . , Andrews, W. (1992) Manual of Food Quality Control, 4. rev.
In high dose promoted the formation of neoformative capillaries, which could increase the blood supply of the wound and promote its recovery . Gallae Rhois Chinensis is Melaphis chinensis (Bell) Baker on Rhus chinensis Mill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, or Rhus punjabensis Stew.var.Sinica(Diels)Rehd.et Wils, which has.
Jun 17, 2016 . Abstract: Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL) is a specific branch point enzyme of primary and secondary metabolism. It plays a key role in plant development and defense mechanisms. Phenylalanine ammonia lyase from Hevea brasiliensis (HbPAL) presented a com- plete open reading frame (ORF) of.
Jan 9, 2015 . Rhus chinensis Mill. Anacardiaceae. Tree. Mesophyllous. Native 10/17 plots. Saccharum spontaneum L. Poaceae. Perennial grass Sclerophyllous Native 10/17 plots. Thysanolaena maxima (Roxb.) Kuntze. Poaceae. Perennial grass Mesophyllous. Native 9/17 plots many, in 2010. Seeds for each species.