Curculionidae), a successful agent for biocontrol of the thistle, Carduus
acanthoides 5,5 2,7 Flourensia campestris Gaillardia megapotamica 6,7 Boraginaceae Heliotropium sp.
Iridaceae September 9, 2001 spontanea 019-088 Arisaema ringens Araceae October 11, 2002 028-080 Carduus
crispus Compositae May 18, 2005 036-088 Pueraria thunbergiana Leguminosae August 6, 2009 Medical herb extracts were obtained from Plant Extract Bank (PEB) at Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (Daejeon, Korea).
Centaurea Cousinia Taraxacum Carduus
Cichorium intybus Bellis Senecio
Con frecuencia el polen de especies de estos generos (y de otros como Carduus
, Centaurea y Taraxacum) induce reacciones positivas en el ensayo clinico, pero en general se trata de "reacciones de grupo" o "cruzadas" con las especies verdaderamente alergogenas e incluso con alimentos, una coincidencia antigenica demostrada a nivel molecular (Egger et al.
Margaret: Get you some of this distilled Carduus
BENEDICTUS, and lay it to your heart, it is the only thing for a qualm.
Mary's thistle, milk thistle, holy thistle, old lady's thistle, lady's thistle, Mary thistle, Marian thistle, true thistle, Carduus
There are also other references to distilled Carduus
Benedictus in Much Ado, the distilled liquor to feign death in Romeo and Juliet, distilled waters used to balm the head in the Taming of the Shrew.
Studies on the chemical constituents of Carduus
Carthamus tinctorius, azafran bastardo, Cnicus, Crocus saracanicus, Carthamus officinarum, Carduus
since retiring he has taken on appointments acting as chairman, non-executive director and strategic advisor to a number of private companies including eye care provider Optical express, crane operator Anisco, two UK finance businesses, Urica and Carduus
, and a property/ waste management business.
Particularly use of carduus
compositum has been recommended for the treatment of endometritis (Hemmelchen, 2002).
Low population differentiation and high genetic diversity in the invasive species Carduus
Herbaceous cover did not differ significantly between 1999 and 2008 and was almost entirely comprised of nonnative species such as pampas grass Cortaderia selloana, Italian plumegrass thistle Carduus
pycnocephalus, and umbrella grass Cyperus involucratus.
Ethanol extracts of Atractylis carduus
, Cleome chrysantha, Cocculus pendulus and Conyza incana were highly toxic, causing death of all animals within 4 hours after intraperitoneal injections.