Anthemis tinctoria


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Related to Anthemis tinctoria: golden marguerite
  • noun

Synonyms for Anthemis tinctoria

Eurasian perennial herb with hairy divided leaves and yellow flowers

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GLORIOUS: Californian poppies VIBRANT: Swiss chard TREASURE: Anthemis tinctoria
The antibacterial and bactericidal activity of extracts and their fractions of aerial parts of Anthemis tinctoria against Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Enterococcus faecalis was determined [6].
The main constituents of the essential oil of Anthemis tinctoria from Creece have been found to be spathulenol, caryophyllene oxide, and T-cadinol [37], but 1,8-cineole (8%), [beta]-pinene (7%), decanoic acid (5%), and [alpha]-pinene (4%) in a sample from Slovakia [35,38].
The current paper presents the content and the results of GC-FID and GC-MS analyses of the essential oils of inflorescences of Chamomilla recutita, Chamomilla suaveolens, Anthemis tinctoria, Matricaria perforata, and Leucanthemum vulgare growing in Estonia.
The plant material--samples of herbs of wild-growing Anthemis tinctoria, Matricaria perforata, Leucanthemum vulgare, and Chamomilla suaveolens--was collected in July 2007 from North Estonia (Harjumaa, Virla).
2%) and the lowest in Anthemis tinctoria (only in traces).
Antibacterial activity of crude methanolic extract and its fractions of aerial parts of Anthemis tinctoria.
Evaluation of diuretic, saluretic and uricosuric actions of the tinctures and saponins from Anthemis tinctoria L.
It hybridises freely with Anthemis tinctoria and many plants offered for sale under this name are thought to be hybrids.
The insecticide chemical pyrethrum is extracted from the flowers of tanacetum and the border perennial anthemis tinctoria provides a yellow dye.
For a contrast try Anthemis tinctoria 'EC Buxton,' producing masses of lemon- yellow daisy over a long period.
ac pl d t rc incto tm Other herbaceous golden treasures are daylilies, rudbeckias, heleniums, coreopsis and anthemis tinctoria, the golden marguerite.