Camellia sinensis


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a tropical evergreen shrub or small tree extensively cultivated in e.g. China and Japan and India

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Processing manipulates the leaf thereby altering the chemical compounds that are within the freshly plucked, Camellia sinensis leaf.
Food industry, Medicinal plants, Antibiotic resistant biofilms, Mentha piperita, Syzygium aromaticum, Camellia sinensis.
Key words: Camellia sinensis, Coccidiosis, Eimeria, Immunomodulation
RicoLife products include tea, coffee, cleanses, energy and slimming supplements -- all containing some form of camellia sinensis.
RAPD, ISSR and RFLP fingerprints as useful markers to evaluate genetic integrity of micro-propagated plants of three diploid and triploid elite tea clones representing Camellia sinensis (China type) and C.
Objective: To study the harmful effects of nicotine on the developing femur of chick and to observe the role of antioxidant camellia sinensis in the prevention of these effects.
Objective: To determine the effect of nicotine and camellia sinensis (green tea) on the developing epiphyseal plate of thigh bone of chick.
All tea is equal in the sense that every type--from black, white and green to the more exotic blooming or flavored varieties--is created by steeping leaves from the plant Camellia sinensis with herbs, flowers or fruits, individually or in blends, in hot water.
A Camellia sinensis, pertencente a familia Theaceae, e uma arvore que pode alcancar varios metros de altura, nativa da China cultivada em mais de 30 paises (Sharangi, 2009).
It is obtained from the nonfermented leaves of Camellia sinensis belonging to family Theaceae, which contains more catechins than black tea or oolong tea.
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Green tea, or Camellia sinensis, is a rich source of flavonols.