Artemisia annua

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Synonyms for Artemisia annua

wormwood of southeastern Europe to Iran

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The Compositae plant Artemisia annua is a good source of biologically active compounds including sesquiterpenoids, coumarins and polyacetylenes (Tan et al.
Production of artemisinin from cell suspension culture of Artemisia annua L.
Artemisia annua (known as 'quinghao' in China) is an erect aromatic annual herb of up to 2 m in height.
The Artemisia annua plant is known to produce aromatic oil in high density in the trichomes on leaves and capitula [3].
Wright from the University of Bradford, West Yorkshire (UK), is dedicated to Artemisia, a plant genus which has received great attention since the discovery of the anti-malarial drug artemisinin from Artemisia annua.
Artemisinin (also known as qinghao su) and its derivatives are a new class of antimalarials derived from the sweet wormwood plant Artemisia annua.
aegypti, such as the essential oil of Tagetes minuta L (Lima, Chiaravalloti Neto, Macoris, Zuccari & Dibo, 2009) and the crude extract of Artemisia annua on A.
In-Vitro Assessment of the acaricidal properties of Artemisia annua and Zataria multiflora essential oils to control cattle ticks.
TABLE 1: Plant-derived natural products approved for therapeutic use Trade name/Year Generic name Plant species of introduction Indication Artemisinin Artemisia annua Artemisinin-1987 Malaria treatment Capsaicin Capsicum annuum Qutenza-2010 Postherpetic neuralgia Galantamine Galanthus Razadyne-2001 Dementia caucasicus associated with ALZ Ingenol Euphorbia peplus Picato-2012 Actinic mebutate keratosis Paclitaxel Taxus brevifolia Taxol-1993 Cancer Abraxane-2005 chemotherapy Nanoxel-2007 Masoprocol Larrea tridentata Actinex-1992 Cancer chemotherapy Source: Atanasov et al.
In addition to their antimalarial activity, artemisinin from Artemisia annua L.
Youyou Tu, de la Academia China de Medicina Tradicional, reviso dos mil recetas antiguas de la medicina china, analizo la eficacia de 380 extractos de plantas y finalmente encontro que la artemisinina, extraida de la Artemisia annua, ajenjo chino o dulce, es eficaz contra el Plasmodium falciparum, causante del paludismo.
Agricultural Research Service scientists and their colleagues have found that global increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide have affected the plant Artemisia annua, a common roadside weed in the United States and the source of artemesinin, a compound that is used in drugs to treat malaria throughout the world.