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31 Possible Causes for Argemones

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  • Dementia

    Wirginia Kukula-Koch and Tomasz Mroczek , Application of hydrostatic CCC–TLC–HPLC–ESI-TOF-MS for the bioguided fractionation of anticholinesterase alkaloids from Argemone[doi.org] Opletal, Lucie Cahlíková, Daniel Jun, Martina Hrabinová, Jiří Kuneš and Jakub Chlebek , Cholinesterase and Prolyl Oligopeptidase Inhibitory Activities of Alkaloids from Argemone[doi.org]

  • Argemone Mexicana

    Chemical constituents [ edit ] Argemone mexicana seeds contain 22–36% of a pale yellow non-edible oil, called argemone oil or katkar oil, which contains the toxic alkaloids[en.wikipedia.org] Med. 3: 195. 1812, nom. illegit.BASIONYM: Argemone mexicana Linnaeus 1753. Argemone spinosa Argemone spinosa Gaterau, Descr. Pl.[florida.plantatlas.usf.edu] Argemone ochroleuca Argemone ochroleuca Sweet, Brit. Fl. Gard. 3: pl. 242. 1828. Argemone sexvalvis Argemone sexvalvis Stokes, Bot. Mat.[floraofalabama.org]

  • Plant Poisoning

    Isolation of functional total RNA from Argemone mexicana tissues Jorge A.[scielo.cl] Our in vitro studies have shown that the toxicity of argemone oil is due to the production of reactive oxygen species.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Argemone oil poisoning is relatively common in India, where it is known as epidemic dropsy and is a result of argemone oil being added as an adulterant to mustard oil.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Agrimonia Eupatoria

    Cech, Richo The name Agrimony is from Argemone, a word given by the Greeks to plants which were healing to the eyes, the name Eupatoria refers to Mithridates Eupator, king[anniesremedy.com] The Agrimony gets its name from Argemone, a Greek word that was used to describe plants that were soothing to the eyes.[homeremediess.com]

  • Papaver Somniferum

    Peronospora argemones appears to be confined to Papaver argemone . Gäumann [13] separated P. argemones from P. arborescens based on larger conidia.[doi.org] The host ranges of the four already described species P. arborescens, P. argemones, P. cristata and P. meconopsidis are clarified.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Conservation Status IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants Status : Related Plants Latin Name Common Name Edibility Rating Medicinal Rating Argemone albiflora White Prickly Poppy[pfaf.org]

  • Croton Oil Poisoning

    PLANT IDENTIFICATION 3 TREATMENT OF POISONED ANIMALS 4 DESCRIPTION OF POISONOUS PLANTS 6 Jumbee Bead Abrus precatorius L 8 Cashew Anacardium occidentale L 9 Thistleroot Argemone[books.google.de]

  • Phellodendri

    Berberine from Argemone ochroleuca can relax airway smooth muscle (ASM); however, whether the nonberberine component of C. phellodendri has similar relaxant action was unclear[scholars.northwestern.edu]

  • Aragallus Lamberti

    ARSENICOSUM ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM C ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM C APIS MELLIFICA H APOCYNUM CANNABINUM C APOMORPHIA ARAGALLUS LAMBERTI ARALIA RACEMOSA ARANEA DIADEMA C ARBUTUS ANDRACHNE ARGEMONE[homoeopathy-course.com] APOMORPHINUM AQUILEGIA VULGARIS ARAGALLUS LAMBERTI ARALIA HISPIDA ARALIA RACEMOSA ARANEA DIADEMA ARANEA SCINENCIA ARBUTUS ANDRACHNE ARCTIUM LAPPA ARCTOSPHYLOS MANZANITA ARGEMONE[josemariaalves.blogspot.com]

  • Gardenia Augusta

    […] occidentale Andrographis paniculata Anogeisus latifolia Anogeisus pendula Anona squamosa Anthocephalus cadamba Antigonon leptopus var alba Araucaria bidwilli Areca catechu Argemone[seedvendor.com]

  • Veratrum

    Remedies: Abelmoschus, Acetic Acid, Aethusa, Ailanthus, Anantherum, Argemon, Asclepias, Tuberosa, Baptisia, Benzoic Acid, Bryonia, Carbo Vegetabilis, Carnegia gigantean, Chamomilla[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

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