Nerium


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Nerium

References in periodicals archive ?
Molluscicidal activity ofcardiac glycosides from Nerium indicum against Pomacea canaliculata and its implications for the mechanisms of toxicity.
08/48 name of work : supply of nerium oleander for plantation in different parks at nursery sector-9, dwarka in ward no.
The dried fallen leaves of Nerium Oleander were collected from the local grounds near Tamilnadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.
The riverine vegetation of wadi Tafna has been classified as follows: The so-called purely riverine forest vegetation is which are directly linked to the Wadi (in contact with the water and who are): Tamarix africana; Nerium oleander; Fragmites communis; Chenopodium album; Rumex bucephalophorus; etc.
A review of the natural history, toxinology, diagnosis and clinical management of Nerium oleander (common oleander) and Thevetia peruviana (yellow oleander) poisoning.
En Nerium Park, de Josep Maria Miro, lo social determina lo individual con tal contundencia, que da escalofrios.
Key words: Nerium oleander, Macrophominaphaseolina, Sclerotiumrolfsii, Fusarium oxysporum, Antifungal ability, Fungal biomass.
com)-- Nerium was formed through the "accidental discovery" by Nerium Biotechnology Inc.
The AIIMS medical board in its second opinion in 2014 had listed poisonous substances such as thallium, polonium-210, nerium oleander, snake bites, photolabile poisons, and heroin, which were said to be either undetectable or difficult to detect at Indian laboratories.
Middle row: Linda Horne, Mary Kay; Marcy Robitaille, Nerium International; Carol & Paul Roy, Unity Energetics; Melody Fowler, owner; Trish Carey, The Peace Tree Hypnosis (part of Optimum Balance); Luna Carey with her grandparents Elaine & Dick Carey.
He also serves as an advisory board member for Nerium International, Valeant, Nano BioMed, MicroCures, and Novartis, and has received research grants from Valeant.
Toxic plants: Asiatic lily, asparagus fern, begonia, box, calla lily, cherry laurel, clematis, cordyline, chrysanthemum, daisy, daffodil bulbs, dahlia, delphinium, elderberry, eucalyptus, flax, foxglove, geranium, grape plant, green seed potatoes, hydrangea, ivy, lobelia, lupin, marigold, nerium oleander, peony, plantain lily, poppy, privet hedge, tomato plant, verbena, wisteria, yew tree.
Dr Bhatia has been a consultant, researcher, and/or speaker for companies including Allergan, Aqua Pharmaceuticals, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, DUSA Pharmaceuticals, Exeltis, Ferndale Pharma, Galderma Laboratories, Genentech, LEO Pharmaceuticals, Nerium Novartis, Promius Pharma, Sandoz, Novartis, and Valeant.
Bhatia, who disclosed ties to Allergan, Aqua Pharmaceuticals, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, DUSA Pharmaceuticals, Exeltis, Ferndale Pharma, Galderma Laboratories, Genentech, LEO Pharmaceuticals, Nerium Novartis, Promius Pharma, Sandoz, Novartis, and Valeant.
As she narrates, she has treated most of her clients using a suppository which she prepares at home from the following components: Nigella sativa, Cuminum cyminum, Sesamum indicum, Cicer arietinum, Ervum lens, honey, Myristica fragrans with Nerium oleander, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Cherry prunus, and a piece of unwashed wool (Figures 1, 2, and 3).