Differential activity of allelochemicals from Secale
cereale in seedling bioassays.
BP a further decrease is seen in tree pollen, while an increase occurs in herbs such as Poaceae, Secale
, and Rumex.
This study was carried out at the Department of Zoology at the University of Kalyani in India's West Bengal and was designed to test the hypothesis that the means by which homoopathic Secale
30C cures skin papilloma is by modulating the signalling proteins involved in the disease.
Characteristic is a high proportion of Poaceae (up to 15%) and Secale
(8%) pollen types.
1988), with further testing of all sera that were positive in the PHADIATOP for common allergens Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, cat, molds (Alternaria tenuis, Penicillinum notatum, Cladosporium herbarum), mixed trees (Betula verrucosa, Corylus avellana, Aldus incana, Quercus alba, Salix caprea), mixed grasses (Phleum pratense, Lolium perennae, Anthoxanthum odoratum, Secale
cereale, Holcus lanatus), and dog.
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The name triticale is a mix of the Latin words for wheat, triticum, and rye, secale
cereale Ficus carica Cannabis sativa Humulus lupulus Humulus lupulus Asteraceae * Artemisia Centaurea cyanus Centaurea cyanus Centaureajacea Cirsium t.
smooth Beamer, 1950 cordgrass) (Ferrenberg & Denno 2003) Delphacodes penelutea Beamer, 1948 Delphacodes penepuella Beamer, 1948 Delphacodes puella (Van Duzee, Secale
In a 2009 experiment, for example, the Indian researchers used immunofluorescence studies to identify reduced expression of the proteins AhR (related to skin health) and PCNA (affects life and death of cell) in mice that were given Secale
cornutum 30C (ergot).
INCI name: Water and secale
cereal (rye) seed extract
In other cases, Ergotin, or Secale
, might be needed instead.
Andersen (1979) separated Poaceae pollen into four groups (wild grasses, Hordeum group, Avena-Triticum group and Secale
Cleland and Melis (1987) proved that a mutant of Secale
cereale without the light-harvesting chlorophyll complex a/b was less affected by high irradiance than was the wild variety.
Aluminum tolerance is controlled by one major, dominant gene in Hordeum vulgare, while it appears to be controlled by several genes in Triticum, Secale
cereale, and other species such as Glycine max (Foy et al.