Broccoli et al., "Comparison between Chinese medical herb Pueraria lobata
crude extract and its main isoflavone puerarin: antioxidant properties and effects on rat liver CYP-catalysed drug metabolism," Life Sciences, vol.
THE MEAN NUMBER (SEM) ON ELEVEN 2013 SAMPLE DATES OF ADULT FEMALE, ADULT MALE, AND LARVAL MEGALUROTHRIPS DISTALIS AND SALPINGOTHRIPS AIMOTOFUS PER PUERARIA LOBATA
PLANT PART IN GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA (N FOR SHOOTS, MATURE LEAVES, AND YOUNG LEAVES = 6 SAMPLES OF 10 PLANT PARTS AND N FOR INFLORESCENCES = 6 SAMPLES OF 3 INFLORESCENCES, WHEN AVAILABLE).
The acid-soluble polysaccharides and acid-insoluble polysaccharides compositions of kudzu root (Pueraria lobata
) during its growth are presented in Figures 4(a) and 4(b).
Species like kudzu (Pueraria lobata
) and salt cedar (Tamarix chinensis) plague the United States (Rosen, 1982; Bolen and Robinson, 1999).
In vitro propagation of isoflavone-producing Pueraria lobata
Aspects of leaf anatomy of kudzu (Pueraria lobata
, Leguminosae - faboideae) related to water and energy balance.
), which is renowned for its beauty and versatility.
(Willd.) Ohwi (kudzu), a climbing woody vine of the family Fabaceae, is native to eastern Asia.
Another randomized, controlled trial compared Pueraria lobata
, a Chinese herb traditionally used for menopausal symptoms, with hormone therapy in a 3-month study of 127 women in early middle age (Menopause 10:352-61, 2003).
Lower tiers were dominated by the exotics kudzu (Pueraria lobata
), bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon), and Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) in that order, and by the natives goldenrod (Solidago spp.) and blackberry (Rubus argutus).
Zhang et al., "Systematic separation and purification of 18 antioxidants from Pueraria lobata
flower using HSCCC target-guided by DPPH-HPLC experiment," Separation and Purification Technology, vol.
Gegen is the dried root of Pueraria lobata
(Willd.) Ohwi, which is traditionally used for promoting circulation, increasing the blood flow, reducing dry mouth, and treating cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, angina pectoris and type 2 diabetes mellitus (Zhang et al., 2013).
lies pubescens Hook.et Arn, Nigella glandulifera Freyn et Sint, Pueraria lobata
(Willd.) Ohwi, and Scutellaria barbata D.
(Willd.) Ohwi Sophora flavescens Solander ex Aiton Abdominal Gentianaceae Gentiana scabra pain Bunge Geraniaceae Geranium sibiricum L.
Exceptional forage regrowth, nodulation and nitrogenase activity of kudzu (Pueraria lobata
(Willd.) Ohivi) grown in eroded dougherty loam subsoil.