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Synonyms for Berberidaceae

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Berberis lycium commonly known as Barberry is the member of the genus Berberis belongs to family Berberidaceae (Sabir et al., 2013).
Shinwari, "Phytopharmacological and ethnomedicinal uses of the genus Berberis (Berberidaceae): a review," Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol.
Wang, "Characterization of a Crabs Claw gene in basal eudicot species Epimedium sagittatum (Berberidaceae)," International Journal of Molecular Sciences, vol.
Sepahvand et al., "Antifungal, antileishmanial, and cytotoxicity activities of various extracts of Berberis vulgaris (Berberidaceae) and its active principle berberine," ISRN Pharmacology, vol.
Thus, we chose to work on Berberis vulgaris from Oujda, east of Morocco, a plant of the Berberidaceae family locally named "Aghriss," "Izergui," and "Bou-Semmane" and used in traditional medicine for its antipyretic, hepatoprotective, and anti-inflammatory properties [1].
Los epilacninos se han registrado en plantas de las familias Aristolochiaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Solanaceae, Berberidaceae, Asteraceae, Poaceae, Fabaceae, Urticaceae (solo adultos), Convolvulaceae y Caryophyllaceae (Li y Cook 1961; Sawada y Ohgushi 1994; Giorgi et al.
In this paper we studied alkaloid-containing species of European barberry Berberis vulgaris from family Berberidaceae that contains more than 30 alkaloids [10, 11, 15] as well as 10 various phenolic compounds [11, 16].
BERBERIDACEAE (Barberry Family) Jeffersonia diphylla (L.) Pers.--CW; MWL; Rare but locally abundant; C = 7; BSUH 19688.
These alkaloids are present mainly in plant species of Papaveraceae, Rannunculaceae, and Berberidaceae families.
(1753) is the most well-known species of Berberis that belongs to family Berberidaceae and evergreen shrubs throughout the temperate and subtropical regions of the world (apart from Australia).
(Berberidaceae), commonly known as Indian barberry, is a part of Greeco-Unani system of medicine and famous for its use in liver infections, and topically for eye and ear infections [2].