Labiatae


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Antioxidant Products: EPA/DHA, krill oil, olive leaf extract, grapefruit extract powder, labiatae extract, grape seed extract
Labiatae in the flora of settlements occupy the third place, which is ahead of Rosaceae.
Lojjaboti Mimosaceae 25 Leucas linifolia Labiatae Donto-kolosh (Roth) Spreng 26 Ocimum basilicum L.
AWC Hysteroneura Graminieae AWC setariae (Thomas) Illinoia liriodendri AWT (Monell) Kaltenbachiella ulmifusa Labiatae AWT (Walsh & Riley) Lipaphis pseudobrassicae AWC (Davis) Macrosiphoniella HPS ludovicianae (Oestlund) Macrosiphoniella sanborni AWC (Gillette) Macrosiphum euphorbiae highly polyphagous, AWC (Thomas) Solanaceae Macrosiphum pallidum AWC (Oestlund) Macrosiphum (Neocorylobium) AWT pseudocoryli (Patch) Macrosiphum rosae (L.
Volatile Constituents of Salvia compressa and Logochilusmacranthus, two Labiatae Herbs Growing wild in Iran, Res.
Rhizoma Coptidis (Coptis chinensis Franch, Ranunculaceae, rhizoma), Radix Scutellariae (Scutellaria baicalensis Georgi, Labiatae, root), Fructus Gardeniae (Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, Rubiaceae, fructus) and Cortex phellodendri (Phellodendron amurense Rupr, Rutaceae, cortex) were all purchased from Lingkang Large Pharmacy (Changsha, China) and were identified by Dr.
Except for a few families (Aizoaceae, Campanulaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Solanaceae, Portulacaceae, Lobeliaceae and Malvaceae), most of the flowers that showed initial wilting have been found to be insensitive to exogenous ethylene (Agavaceae, Compositae, Haemodoraceae, Iridaceae, Liliaceae, Umbelliferae, Gentianaceae and Euphorbiaceae) and most of the flowers showing initial abscission have been found to be ethylene sensitive (Acanthaceae, Boraginaceae, Geraniaceae, Gesneriaceae, Labiatae, Ranunculaceae, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Valerianaceae).
Structure of glandular hairs and identification of the main components of their secreted material in some species of the Labiatae.
Botanical family: Lamiaceae or Labiatae (mint) also known as Red Thyme
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) Botanical family: Lamiaceae or Labiatae (mint)
More recently, a survey was performed on four aromatic species belonging to the family Labiatae and shows the following gastropod richness: 19 for thyme, 18 for rosemary, 16 for lavender, and finally 7 for horehound [5].
Cytotoxic activity of essential oils from Labiatae and Lauraceae families against rhizobacteria improve growth and essential oil yield in Origanum majorana L.