includes many species distributed throughout the world, but only four species are grown for cotton fiber: Gossypium hirsutum L., Gossypium barbadense L., Gossypium arboreum L., and Gossypium herbaceum
According to the world's folk and traditional medicine some plants including Gossypium herbaceum
(5), Azadirachta indica (6-7), Tripterygium wilfordii (8), Echiveria gibbiflora (9-10), Allium sativum (11), Carica papaya (12), Alstonia macrophylla (13), Ricinus communis (14), Achyranthes aspera and Stephania hernandifolia (15) have been tested for their male contraceptive effects.
Gossypium herbaceum L and other species of the Malvaceae family were tested using AchE inhibition "in vivo" acetycholinesterase inhibition by Gupta and Gupta (1997).
Toxicidade Pre-Clinica de Fitoterapico Contendo Gossypium herbaceum (Algodoeiro) em Ratos Wistar.
It is a ready-to-use liquid oil phase based on the oil components ethylhexyl stearate and gossypium herbaceum (cotton) seed oil, a PEG-free emulsifier combination and phenoxyethanol.
Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation Table 1: Inversely processed PIC nanoemulsion based on the "Lux" system Impregnating Liquid to improve Evenness of Skin Tone (WR 16/06-125a) A Water, demineralized 93.0% Glycerin 1.5% B TEGCO[R] Wipe Lux 5.0% (Ethylhexyl Stearate, Sorbitan Laurate, Phenoxyelnanol, Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Seed Oil, Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate, Dilauryl Citrate) C EUXYL K 220 0.1% (Ethylhexylglycerin, Methylisothiazolinone, Water) Phenoxyethanol 0.1% TEG[R] Turmerone 0.1% (Curcuma Longa (Lurmerio) root extract) Perfume 0.2% Processing 1.
Table 1: Name of the ingredients used in the preparation of MD Botanical/English Amount Name of ingredients Used part name/Calyx name used Shuddha Swarna Calyx Purified gold 12 g Shuddha Parada Calyx Herbal purified mercury 96 g Shuddha Gandhaka Calyx Herbal purified sulfur 288 g Karpasa Flower Gossypium herbaceum
Quantity sufficient Kumari Leaf exudate Aloe barbadensis Quantity sufficient.
Physiological and proteomic responses of cotton (Gossypium herbaceum
L.) to drought stress.Plant Physiol.