Cichorium intybus


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Synonyms for Cichorium intybus

perennial Old World herb having rayed flower heads with blue florets cultivated for its root and its heads of crisp edible leaves used in salads

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After evaluating the content of individual antioxidants, the cooperative action of bioactive molecules in the different specimens of Cichorium intybus L.
Las principales especies de forraje disponibles para los animales durante el invierno fueron Medicago sativa y Trifolium alexandrinum en mayor medida, y en menor medida Cichorium intybus, Brassica compestris y Avena sativa.
Centaurea Cousinia Taraxacum Carduus Cichorium intybus Bellis Senecio
Vasorelaxant activity of caffeic acid derivatives from Cichorium intybus and Equisetum arvense].
1: Contenido de fructanos en diferentes plantas NOMBRE CIENTIFICO NOMBRE COMUN FRUCTANO PORCENTAJE Cichorium intybus Achicoria inulina 16-20 Helianthus tuberosus Topinambur inulina 15-20 Dahlia spp Dahlia inulina 14 Smallanthus sonchifolius Yacon Fructo- 9-12 oligosacarido Allium sativum Ajo inulina 9-11 Allium cepa Cebolla inulina 2-6 Asparagus officinalis Esparrago inulina 2-3 Triticum spp Trigo inulina 1-6 Musa spp Platano inulina 0.
Summary: The oil obtained from n-hexane soluble sub-fraction of the aerial parts of Cichorium intybus was subjected to GC and GC-MS analysis, revealing the presence of thirty five components which were identified by using NIST mass spectral search program and further confirmed by their Kovat's retention indices.
The specimens were collected in 5 localities in the provinces of Rio Negro, Neuquen and Mendoza, on the usual host plant, Cichorium intybus L.
Name of the herb Parts used Quantity Extracts of Capparis spinosa Root 49 mg Cichorium intybus Seed 49 mg Solanum nigrum Whole plant 25 mg Terminalia arjuna Bark 25 mg Cassia occidentals Seed 13 mg Achillea millefolium Aerial part 13 mg Tamarix gallica Whole plant 13 mg
The dominant plant species in the pasture soil were Trifolium radicosa, Potentilla reptans, Eryngium campestre, Artemisia annua, Cichorium intybus, and Cynodon dactylon.
Effect of environmental factors on anthocyanin synthesis and sugar content in Cichorium intybus L.
Bachelor's button, garden cornflower Cichorium intybus L.
Kopcewicz (1970) reported that the cold period necessary for flower induction in Cichorium intybus can be replaced by treatment with 17[beta]-estradiol or an estrone.