The presence of Greek terminology, which could have come directly from the activity of Greek merchants in India and Sri Lanka, (158) suggests that the pathway for products such as Semecarpus anacardium
, camphor, or sandalwood into the Mediterranean may have been distinct from the process of the introduction of these products into the Near East.
Microarray analysis revealed different gene expression patterns in HepG2 cells treated with low and high concentrations of the extracts of Anacardium
Antivectorial activities of cashew nut shell extract from Anacardium
occidentale belongs to the family Anacardiaceae.
Then she used arsenicum album for anxiety and anacardium
to boost her confidence.
Tenders are invited for Supply of medicine Abrotanum, Aconitum napellus, Actaea racemosa, Aesculus Hippocastanum, Agaricus muscarius, Allium cepa, Aloe socotrina, Alumina, Ammonium carbonicum, Ammonium muriaticum, Anacardium
orientale, Antimonium crudum, Apis mellifica, Apocynum cannabinum, Argentum metallicum, Argentum nitricum, Arnica montana, Arsenicum album, Arsenicum iodatum,
Tyrosinase inhibitors from Anacardium
But in classical texts of Persian herbal medicine, a plant called balador perhaps may be related to Anacardium
The MS (50 and 25%) media and the WPM (100 and 50%) media were most effective for Anacardium
Bird foraging in Anacardium
patches in central Brazilian fire breaks: relationship between flock size and patch size.
Adeyeye EI and MA Oyarekua Proximate composition and some nutritionally valuable minerals in the dehulled seeds and seed hull of Anacardium
occidentale (L) and Blighia sapida (Koeing).
Evaluation of antimicrobial activity and phytochemical screening of oils and nuts of Semicarpus anacardium
Common plant medicines include Belladonna (deadly nightshade), Veratrum album (white hellebore), Anacardium
(marking nut), Pulsatilla (windflower), Lycopodium (club moss), and Thuja (cedar tree).
orcidentale clones per example, the most favorable period to the selection for cashew nuts production is 3 year-old trees (Cavalcanti et al.
The height of the tree top canopies varied between 30 and 40 m above the ground and in some of the sites the predominant tree species were Anacardium
excelsum, Brosimum utile and Manilkara bidentata.