Aristolochia


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It was concluded that one of the botanicals (Stephania tetrandra) had been inadvertently substituted with Aristolochia fangchi (a botanical known to contain aristolochic acid), because of the close similarity in the Chinese names.
The manufacturer inadvertently replaced one of the herbs, Stephania tetrandra, with Aristolochia fangchi, which has a similar-sounding Chinese name.
Belgium banned the importation of Aristolochia in 1992.
The effect of native vegetation on the susceptibility of Aristolochia reticulata (Aristolochiaceae) to herbivore attack.
The Pahan healer used Aristolochia indica for treatment of snake bite.
En 1970 Rogers McVaugh colecto en el estado de Jalisco en el municipio de Cabo Corrientes una planta perteneciente a Aristolochia subsect.
Mohan, "GC-MS analysis of bioactive components of Aristolochia krysagathra (Aristolochiaceae)," Journal of Current Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
pupae parasitizing Paridesa scanius Cramer (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) caterpillars, a defoliator of Aristolochia trilobata L.
Moreover, the vine has been found to be an environmental carcinogen through the contamination of food supplies of farming villages in the Balkans, where Aristolochia grows wildly in the local wheat fields.
Twenty-one of the 93 native species have C values of 7 or higher, including Carex careyana, Iris brevicaulis and Oligoneuron riddellii with C = 9, Amelanchier laevis, Aristolochia serpentaria, Asclepias exaltata, Carya laciniosa, Epifagus virginiana, Erigeron pulchellus, Trillium grandiflorum and Veronicastrum virginicum with C = 8, and 10 species with C = 7 (Appendix 1).
En la reciente monografia de Aristolochiaceae para la Flora del Paraguay, se retomo la delimitacion tradicional de Aristolochia con respecto a los generos monotipicos Euglypha y Holostylis.
Quid scammoniae radix ad purgandum, quid aristolochia ad morsus sperpentium possit [.
II Other taxa: Macrochloa tenacissima + in 1 and 5; Aristolochia baetica and Carlina corymbosa + in 1; Ulex argenteus, Phillyrea angustifolia, Arbutus unedo, Cistus monspeliensis and Ceratonia siliqua +, Centaurium erythraea and Iris xiphium 1 in 2; Plantago lanceolata, Ornithogalum narbonense, Atractylis gummifera and Asphodelus ramosus + in 3; Scilla peruviana + in 4.