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49 Possible Causes for Diplazium, chinense

  • Lycium

    METHODS: We prepared Lycium Chinense berry extracts and evaluated their antioxidant properties.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Two varieties are recognized, [3] L. chinense var. chinense and L. chinense var. potaninii.[en.wikipedia.org] […] diet (FLP5), or 10% L. chinense leaf powder with a high-fat diet (FLP10).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Capsicum

    - transformed tissues. pH effect on endogenous GUS-like activity in C. chinense The endogenous GUS-like activity in C. chinense tissues was defined by visual observation of[ejbiotechnology.info] KEYWORDS: Capsicum chinense Jacq. seeds; DING proteins; Immunolocalization; Phosphatase activity; Protein sequencing[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In this work, ToF-SIMS has been used to image the distribution of capsaicinoids in the interlocular septum and placenta of Capsicum chinense (Scotch Bonnet peppers).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Phellodendri

    This herb is the dried bark of Phellodendron chinense Schneid. or Phellodendron amurense Rupr. (Fam. Rutaceae).[epharmacognosy.com] Health Emotional Health Immune System Health Liver Health Lung Health Stress Management Testimonials Guarantee All Health Products Home Pinyin: Huang Bai Latin: Phellodendro Chinense[getwellnatural.com] CHEN Yang-feng;ZHONG Xiao-hong;College of Horticulture and Landscape,Hunan Agricultural University; Cortex phellodendri is the dry bark of rutaceae plants Phellodendron chinense[en.cnki.com.cn]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Capsaicin

    In two different varieties ( Capsicum chinense var. Habanero orange and Capsicum annuum var.[doi.org] They belong to Capsicum chinense.[web.archive.org] Well, it's a chinense , but the frutescens proponnents were not completely wrong.[web.archive.org]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Allium Porrum

    […] aggregatum Potato Onion 4 3 Allium cepa ascalonicum Shallot 5 3 Allium cepa proliferum Tree Onion 5 3 Allium cernuum Nodding Onion, New Mexican nodding onion 5 2 Allium chinense[pfaf.org]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Stellariae

    […] regulatE the stomach 3)Treat fever due to yin deficiency 4)Treat headache,dizzy and irregular menstruation Basic Information 1)English name: Radix Stellariae Extract, Bupleurum chinense[globalsources.com]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Codonopsis

    In a 1990 analysis, 80 adolescents with brain dysfunction were given a combination of Bupleurum chinense, Scutellaria baicalensis, Astragalus membranaceus, Codonopsis pilosula[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] Diels, L. (1912) Plantae Chinenses Forrestianae: – New and imperfectly known species. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 5: 161–304.[biotaxa.org]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Phyllanthus Abnormis Poisoning

    (Frostweed) Xanthium chinense Mill. (Cocklebur, Abrojo) Ximensia enceliodes Cav. (Skunk Daisy) Zexmenia brevifolia Gray Z. hispida H.B.K.[tamiu.edu]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Rehmannia Root

    […] combat the symptoms and progression of these illnesses, anti-inflammatory herbs used include rehmannia, Indian sarsaparilla ( Hemidesmus indicus ) and bupleurum ( Bupleurum chinense[herbal-supplement-resource.com]

    Missing: Diplazium
  • Succinum

    […] sinensis (dang gui) root 31 mg, Biota orientalis (bai zi ren) seed 31 mg, Cistanche salsa (rou cong rong) stem 31 mg, Cuscuta chinensis (Chinese dodder) seed 31 mg, Lycium chinense[gvwcinc.ca] Tangerine (outer peel) Citrus reticulata var. tomentosa Hua Shi Talc Talcum Huai Hua Japanese Sophora (flower) Sophora japonica Huang Bo Phellodendron (stem bark) Phellodendron chinense[naturalvigor.com]

    Missing: Diplazium

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