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Fast repairing of oxidized OH radical adducts of dAMP and dGMP by phenylpropanoid glycosides from Scrophularia ningpoensis Hemsl.
30) In addition, Scrophularia buergeriana (SB) modulates the immune responses via cytokine production.
The characteristics of a typical Scrophularia include; asymmetrical mostly tubular flowers, ovaries with axile placentation and numerous ovules, capsular fruits, and seeds with endosperm, each are shared with one or several related families [3].
Phenylpropanoids isolated from Scrophularia buergeriana have a neuroprotective effects against glutamate-induced neurodegeneration (31).
Mechanisms for such late adjustment are bending or torsion of pedicels and peduncles, as shown for Aconitum, Antirrhinum, Scrophularia and Viola by Noll (1888) and later also for many other plants (Comehls, 1927; Zimmermann, 1933; Kaldewey, 1962; Huang et al.
Radix Scrophulariae, a traditional Chinese herb medicine derives from the Scrophularia ningpoensis (Xuans hen), has long been used in clinic to treat febrile diseases with impairment of Yin manifested by deep red tongue and dire thirst or with eruptions, constipation due to impairment of body fluid; phtisis with cough, conjunctivitis, sore throat, scrofula, diphteria, boils and sores, internal bleeding (Wagner et al.
The species in the genus Scrophularia generally lack commonalities
Anti-inflammatory activity in rats and mice of phenolic acids isolated from Scrophularia frutescens.
For example, the family name Scrophulariaceae is typified by the generic name Scrophularia L.
De novo regeneration of Scrophularia yoshimurae Yamazaki (Scrophulariaceae) and quantitative analysis of harpagoside, an iridoid glucoside, formed in aerial and underground parts of in vitro propagated and wild plants by HPLC.
Antiprotozoal and plamodial Fabl enzyme inhibiting metabolites of Scrophularia lepidota roots.
A similar disjunction is represented by Scrophularia xylorrhiza, a perennial chasmophyte with a lignified basis, which grows in cliffy section of habitat 2 below peak l [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 23 & 24 OMITTED] and in the cliffs of Arbel, by the Sea of Galilee north of Tiberia, 265 km north of Nahal Elot.
In a recent communication, we reported crypthophilic acids A-C (1-3) from the aerial parts of Scrophularia cryptophila (Scrophulariaceae), an endemic plant for Turkish flora (Cahs et al.
In August Eupatorium rugosum (white snakeroot), Helianthus microcephalus (small wood sunflower), Pilea pumila (clearweed), Scrophularia marilandica (late figwort), Solidago caesia (blue-stemmed goldenrod), and Verbesina alternifolia (yellow ironweed) are added.
The odd zygomorphic, greenish-brown corollas of Scrophularia (Cheloneae/Verbasceae) are basically campanulate, but their size is reduced compared to other genera in the family.