graveolens leaves (dill) were purchased from Hamadan and identified by our colleague in the Department of Biology (Faculty of Sciences, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamadan, Iran).
Gharib Naseri MK, Heidari A (2007) Antispasmodic effect of Anethum
graveolens fruit extract on rat ileum.
In addition, our previous study reported increased SER, RER and mitochondria in granulosa lutein cells of female rats treated with aqueous extract of Anethum
Insecticidal activity of Trachyspermum ammi (Umbelliferae) Anethum
graveolens Umbelliferae) and Nigella sativa (Ranunculaceae) essential oils against stored-product beetle Tribolium castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae).
graveolens (dill) Yes, it's a herb but, left to flower, it produces big, flat heads of acid-green flowers.
Fungitoxicity of chemical components and some derivatives from Anethum
sowa and Acorus calamus.
Although this is the showiest stage in the life cycle of Anethum
graveolens, it's hard to choose a favorite phase.
benedictus (blessed thistle) * Actions that may relate to or support its use as a galactagogue; ** Also consider other carminatives of the Apiaceae family such as Anethum
graveolens (dill) and Coriandrum sativum (coriander); tx = treatment(Amir 2006, Riordan 2010) * Many texts incorrectly quote a figure of 5% referencing a 1938 BMJ article, or a secondary reference originating from this source (Riordan 2010).
graveolens, eneldo fructibus compressis de Lineo.
ABSTRACT: The essential oil of seeds of Anethum
Ubi bene bullierit, olei satis mittis et super viridia concidis porrum, coriandrum, anethum
, feniculum, betam, malvam, coliculum mollem; haec viridia minuta concisa in caccabum mittis.
Bioactive potential of Anethum
graveolens, Foeniculum vulgare and Trachyspermum ammi belonging to the family umbelliferae- current status.
Characteristics of Anethum
Graveolens (Umbelliferae) Seed Oil: Seed Oil: Extraction, Composition And Antimicrobial Activity.
Other examples of genera with winged fruits not included in that study include Anethum
, Angelica, Cymopterus, Ferula, Heracleum, Laserpitium, Ligusticum, Lomatium, Pastinaca, and Thapsia.
Biology: Larvae have been raised from several umbelliferous hostplants (Apiaceae), mainly common dill (eneldo, apio Anethum