Punica granatum


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Synonyms for Punica granatum

shrub or small tree native to southwestern Asia having large red many-seeded fruit

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Antibacterial activity of ethanolic and aqueous extracts of Punica granatum L.
Antidiabetic potential of Citrus sinensis and Punica granatum peel extracts in alloxan treated male mice.
Effect of Punica granatum seeds on doxorubicin-induced hepatotoxicity in Wistar Rats.
Punica granatum (pomegranate) and its potential for prevention and treatment of inflammation and cancer.
Antibacterial and Antifungal activities of Punica granatum Peel extracts against Oral Pathogens.
Punica granatum is also considered in Ayurveda as a 'blood tonic' (Jurenka, 2008).
Punicaceae plant, Punica granatum Linn (Pomegranate in English), is widely distributed in the Middel Eastern countries, including Iran, extending throughout the Mediterranean region (1).
Antimicrobial ellagitannin of Punica granatum fruits.
Our results revealed a strong activity of Punica granatum, Syzygium cumini and Rosmarinus officinalis (dichloromethane and methanol extracts), Arrabidaea chica (dichloromethane extract), Mentha piperita and Tabebuia avellanedae (methanol extract), with MIC varying from 0.
En el presente estudio se evaluo el efecto dermotoxico del pericarpio de Punica granatum, sola o en combinacion con sulfato ferroso, en la piel intacta de ratones sanos.
Burncoose Nurseries (01209 860316) list Punica granatum Flore Pleno, a double flowered strain, and P g Nana Racemosa, which is very late flowering.
Some of the plants used as sustenance food were: Amomum dealbatum, (Aidu), Areca (Uvai), Arenga saccharifera (Thangtung), Bambusa tulda (Rawthing), Calamus erectus (Hruipui), Caryote mitis (Meihle), Caryote urens (Tum), Dendrocalamus hamiltonii (Rawpui), Dicscorea alata (Bahra chim), Dioscorea glabra (bahrakai), Musa superba (changel) and Punica granatum (Theibuhfai).