Allium sativum


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Related to Allium sativum: Allicin, Cajanus cajan, Zingiber officinale
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Synonyms for Allium sativum

bulbous herb of southern Europe widely naturalized

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On the other hand, the supplementation of wistar rats by 8% Allium sativum has reduced tissue total cholesterol level remarkably [36].
Use of garlic, Allium sativum, to control Aeromonas hydrophila infection in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum).
Leaves of Allium sativum were collected from Mullatagor, Kushtia district, Bangladesh during October 2013.
Allium sativum extract preparation: The extract was prepared according to the method of Mantis et al (11).
In the present study, water extracts of selected medicinal plants (Acalypha indica, Adhatoda vasica, Allium cepa, Allium sativum and Aloe vera) were observed to have anti-tuberculosis activity against two MDR M.
ALLIUM SATIVUM POTENTIATES SUICIDE GENE THERAPY FOR MURINE TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMA.
One cultivar representing each of the 10 garlic types was selected to best capture the genetic diversity available within Allium sativum.
47] Unyayar S, Celik A, Cekic FO and Gozel A (2006) Cadmium-induced genotoxicity, cytotoxicity and lipid peroxidation in Allium sativum and Vicia faba.
Potency of Allium sativum and Allium cepa oils against Schistosoma mansoni infection in mice.
00 pentylene glycol (and) wasabia japonica (wasabi) root extract (and zingiber officinale (ginger) root extract (and) allium sativum (garlic) bulb extract Fragrance 0.
The dimensions of the cloves suggest that the remains recovered probably belong to the cultivated variety Allium sativum L.
In vitro studies have identified many components of Allium sativum with potential antibiotic and antithrombotic properties.
Garlic - allium sativum - is a preventative measure against colds, flu and other infections and has the ability to stimulate the immune system.
The most common ones use higher plants (Allium cepa, Allium sativum, Vicia faba, Tradescantia virginiana) or rodents (mice, rats) in vivo as test systems for monitoring chromosomal aberrations (see Hsu, 1982; Kihlman, 1971; Levan, 1949; Naismith, 1987; Sharma & Sharma, 1989).