The herbaceous plant Carthamus
tinctorius (Safflower), belonging to the Asteraceae family, has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to invigorate the blood and release stagnation, to promote circulation and menstruation (Pharmacopoeia of PRC 2010) and to treat neuropsychological disorders such as major depression (Zhao et al.
Electron-transport components of the 1-acyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine [[Delta].sup.12]-desaturase ([[Delta].sup.12]-desaturase) in microsomal preparations from developing safflower (Carthamus
tinctorius L.) cotyledons.
Biochemical changes in safflower (Carthamus
tinctorius) seeds under accelerated ageing.
In vitro and in vivo study of antioxidant action in food plant (carthamus
, Schinopsis quebracho , Carthamus
We focused our effort towards the characterization of Vicia sativa, Galium aparine, Rumex dentatus, Avena fatua, Lathyrus aphaca, Phalaris minor, Carthamus
oxycantha, Convolvulus arvensis, Chenopodium album, Coronopus didymus, Melilots indica, Cichorium intybus, Anagallis arvensis, Chenopodium murale and Euphorbia sp.
Damage of rose- ringed parakeet (Psittacula krameri) to safflower (Carthamus
Email: email@example.com * Website: www.jeen.com INGREDIENTS WT.% Phase A DI water 76.0 Jeesperse CPW-S 6.00 (Jeen) (Sunflower wax, sodium) Shea butter 5.00 (Jeen) (Shea (butyrospermum parkii) butter) Safflower oil 2.00 (Jeen) (Carthamus
tinctorius (safflower) seed oil) Coconut oil 5.00 (Jeen) (Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil) Jeechem CTG 5.00 (Jeen) (Caprylic/capric triglyceride) Phase B Jcecide CAP-5 1.00 Qeen) (Phcnoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, potassium sorbate, water, hexylene glycol)
Keywords: Chinese medicine formula; Guan-Xin-Er-Hao; Salvia miltiorrhiza; Ligusticum chuanxiong: Paeonia lactiflora; Carthamus
tinctorius; Dalbergia odorifera; Ischemic heart disease; Oxidative stress
(1995) in flax, and Ladd and Knowles (1971) in safflower (Carthamus
tinctorius L.) combined mutations affecting the concentrations of two different fatty acids.
Effects of sowing dates on yield and yield components of different spring safflower (Carthamus
tinctorius) cultivars as a double crop in Yasouj, Iran.
Path analysis of the relationships between seed yield and some morphological and phenological traits in safflower (Carthamus
Co Vera SFO (HallStar) (Carthamus
tinctorius (safflowcr) seed 0.05
The phenylpropenoid amides are found in several plants, including Coffea canephora, Theobroma cacao, Amorphophallus konja, Ipomoea obscura and Carthamus
tinctorius (Niwa et al., 2000; Stark et al., 2006; Jenett-Siems et al., 2003; Zhang et al., 1997).
GS-1, PI 610263), a safflower (Carthamus
tinctorius L.) genetic stock, was released by the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture (CSIC) at Cordoba, Spain, in 1998.