Morus nigra

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Synonyms for Morus nigra

European mulberry having dark foliage and fruit

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Among the parts of Morus nigra L., leaves play a relevant role and one of the examples of use is the tea made from the leaves to relieve symptoms of climacteric, headache and irritation which occur in the premenstrual period, due to the presence of flavonoid compounds, and especially isoflavones (Lorenzi & Matos, 2008).
Tong et al., "Extraction and antioxidant activity of flavonoids of Morus nigra," International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, vol.
Some studies carried out by our research group have demonstrated that Morus nigra has no toxicology effect [12] and pharmacological properties in a long-term treatment, such as hypoglycemic in normal rats [8].
They reported that maximum phenolic compounds from Morus nigra and Morus rubra were obtained with mixtures of acetone, water, and acetic acid (70: 29.5: 0.5).
The results also showed that T graminifolius is rich with respect to the catechin amount both in root and aerial in comparison with black mulberry (Morus nigra), white mulberry (Morus alba), and red mulberry (Morus rubra) which were 0.075, 0.037, 0.086 (mg*[g.sup.-1]), respectively [19].
It includes many species, the most popular ones being Morus alba, Morus nigra, and Morus rubra.
Black Mulberry Leaf Extract (Alban Muller) (Morus nigra leaf 0.30
Gan gyfeirio at y drafodaeth am y poethwal meddai, "enw newydd ar y gwyfyn a elwir yn Saesneg 'the flame' [Axylia putris] yw gwyfyn poethfel am resymau dwi'n gobeithio fydd yn amlwg!" Gwych iawn oedd yr englyn i bryf sidan y gwnaeth Bruce Griffiths, Bangor dynnu ein sylw ato, a diddorol dros ben oedd deall am yr ymgais i fewnforio coed morwydd (Morus nigra; black mulberry) er mwyn bridio pryfed sidan.
Among the larvae collected in the field from 2001 to 2004, 71% had Platanus acerifolia as host, while 13% were found in Pyrus communis L., 2% in Prunus domestica L., and the remaining 14% in various tree species: Morus nigra Linn., Lithraea malleoides (Well) Engl., Lagerstroemia indica Linn., Ficus monckii Hassl., Tabebuia umbellata (Sond.) Sandwith, Citrus sinensis (Linn.) Osbeck, Citrus limon (Linn.) Burm., Malus domestica Borkhausen, Pittosporum tobira (Thumb.) Ait., and Sesbania virgata (Cav.) Pers.
gouazoubira ha sido registrada exhaustivamente en la Reserva Experimental Horco Molle (REHM, provincia de Tucuman, Argentina) en donde, entre los meses de septiembre a noviembre el consumo de moras (Morus nigra L., Moraceae), constituye la casi totalidad de frutos presentes en la misma (Julia et al., 1993; Richard et al., 1995a b).