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(2014) further reported higher wound-healing rate in mice fed with diets treated with Acorus calamus extracts compared to the control diet.
Family Species Anacardiaceae Spondias axillaris Myristicaceae Horsefieldia amygdalina Moraceae Ficus Cornaceae Alangium chinese Annonaceae Polyalthia simiarum Acoraceae Acorus calamus Elaeocarpaceae Elaeocarpus serratus Melastomataceae Medinilla rubicunda Lauraceae Actinodaphne obovata Rutaceae Micromelum pubescens Table 3.
Acorus also performs better than a standard tyre on rutted roads."
The use of multiple plant parts was also recorded in some cases, including Iris lactea, where the leaves, roots, seeds, or flowers may be used for medicine, and Acorus calamus, where the roots, flowers, or leaves are used.
Our results were considered promoted compared with Acorus calamus which showed the highest antifungal activity at 1000 mg/mL [55].
(2012), who worked with CW planted with Acorus gramineus and Cyperus alternifolius L.
For example, species such as Glyceria fluitans, Alisma gramineum, Sagittaria sagittifolia, Scolochloa festucacea, Sparaganium emersum, Typha angustifolia, Butomus umbellatus, Equisetum fluviatile, Polygonum amphibium, Eleocharis palustris, Sium latifolium, and Acorus calamus, which were considered as declining species according to our previous calculations, do not reveal such pattern according to the latest data set used here.
Blood pressure-lowering and vascular modulator effects of Acorus calamus extract are mediated through multiple pathways.
It contains Acorus calamus, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellirica, Santalum rubrum, Myristica fragrans and Piper longum.
Phylogenetic analysis was performed to study the relationship of saprophytic, endophytic and pathogenic strains of Fusarium oxysporum isolated from roots of Acorus calamus by Barik et al.
Grasses and sedges to try include Acorus Gramineus Varigertus and Spartina Pectinata Aureomarginata which swirls, coils and dances in the slightest breeze like the long locks of a Bond Girl on a speed boat, at 1.5m is a spectacular dramatic grass.
Rahman & Schmidt (1999), in study with Acorus calamus (L.) (Acoraceae) essential oil in the form of vapor, observed that the highest mortality of Callosobruchus phaseoli (Gyllenhal, 1833) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) was related to the increase in the period of exposure to the oil.