Olea europaea


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Synonyms for Olea europaea

evergreen tree cultivated in the Mediterranean region since antiquity and now elsewhere

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Experimental site: The experiments were conducted during 2014 in a commercial olive orchard (Olea europaea L.
(olive) fruit oil, olea europaea (olive) oil unsaponifiables
Figura 1--Porcentagem de contaminacao fungica (A), porcentagem de oxidacao (B) e porcentagem de sobrevivencia (C) de cultivares de Olea europaea durante o estabelecimento in vitro.
In patients with dermatological allergic disorders (including atopic dermatitis and chronic urticaria as a primary diagnosis), the most common plants found were olive (Olea europaea) oil followed by sidr (Ziziphus spina-christi).
A new lip balm has been formulated with vitamin C, beeswax, zinc oxide, and acerola fruit and Olea europaea (olive) leaf extracts that protect against UV- induced photoaging, while ensuring adequate skin moisture to restore lips' youthful qualities.
Consumption of olive oil is an essential component of the Mediterranean diet due to presence of mono-unsaturated fatty acids and phenolic compounds that are unique to Olea europaea and exhibit antioxidant [10], anti-inflammatory [11], anticancer [12], antimicrobial, and antiviral properties [13, 14].
[4], during the Middle and Late Pleniglacial (59,000-11,500 yrs BP), Olea europaea had persisted in three thermophilous refugia located in the southern areas of the north MB, the southern Levant, and North Africa.
The six most abundant woody species in their order of density in Yemrehane Kirstos Church Natural Forest were Juniperus procera, Olea europaea, Maytenus arbutifolia, Osyris quadripartite Calpurnia aurea, and Debregeasia saeneb (Table 1).
Aerial Appetizer typhoides (Lamiaceae, parts MARE 15335) Aerial Gastrointestinal parts disorders (a) Olea europaea L.
Olives (Olea europaea) are originally from the Mediterranean region of Europe and their cultivation in warm humid climates has increased the occurrence of foliar diseases (ROUBAL et al., 2013).
Outros metodos que vem sendo empregados para a prevencao de doencas e promocao da saude sao os fitoterapicos, como por exemplo o cha de oliveira (Olea Europaea L.), baseado no fato de que a oliva possui importantes substancias como acidos graxos insaturados, vitaminas e compostos fenolicos, que vem sendo pesquisadas como compostos preventivos de doencas cardiovasculares e equilibrio entre os dois tipos de colesterol LDL e HDL, podendo ter suas concentracoes diminuidas por meio da ingestao de agentes antioxidantes, como as olivas, o azeite e ate mesmo as folhas de oliveira (Cavalheiro e Colaboradores, 2014).
Olive tree (Olea europaea L.) is one of the most drought-tolerant tree crops in the world [1].
Roselle-Olive combination consists of 226 mg hydro alcoholic powdered extract from calyxes of Hibiscus sabdariffa and 113 mg hydro alcoholic powdered extract from leaves of Olea europaea as active ingredients.
Antihypertensive, antiatherosclerotic and antioxidant activity of triterpenoids isolated from Olea europaea, subspecies Africana leaves.