Drynaria


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Synonyms for Drynaria

large robust epiphytic ferns of tropical forest and scrub

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Neoeriocitrin, also isolated from Drynaria Rhizome and sharing some similarities in structure and function with naringin, has received considerable attention for its potential positive effects in bone formation.
Effects of traditional Chinese medicine Drynaria fortunei smith on promoting the proliferation, differentiation and calcification of mouse osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells.
Effects of eleven flavonoids from the osteoprotective fraction of Drynaria fortunei (KUNZE)J.
As naringin possesses large proportion of the extract, a number of compounds have been ignored for evaluating their potential biological effects, which may contribute to the osteoprotective effects of Drynaria.
Flavonoids identified from the small polar osteoprotective fraction of Drynaria fortunei
Five flavonoids were isolated from the 95% eluted fraction of rhizome of Drynaria fortunei (SDF) by bioassay-guided fractionation.
This study reported for the first time the osteogenic effects of the chemical constituents of a small polar osteoprotective fraction of Drynaria fortunei (SDF).
Most recently the anatomy of nectaries of Aglaomorpha and Drynaria was described (Potes, 2010).
Comparative anatomy of the nectaries of Agloamorpha and Drynaria (Polypodiaceae).
Pteridophytes such as Ophioderma pendula, Schizaea digitata, Ctenitopsis sagenioides, Schelloiepis persicifolia, Drynaria rigidula have Hainan as their most northern boundary.
Altitude: 600 m Drynaria rigidula Bawangling, Hilly forest or EN (Sw.
Drynarioid ferns are a monophyletic grouping of 30 species now classified in two genera, Aglaomorpha and Drynaria (Roos, 1985; Janssen and Schneider, 2005) in the Polypodiaceae.
The secretion of liquid from various drynarioid species, including Drynaria rigidula (Sw.
Based on combined molecular and morphological evidence, a recent study concludes that the genus Drynaria is paraphyletic and that Aglaomorpha is a monophyletic group derived from within it (Fig.