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Catharanthus roseus

[‚kath·ə‚ran·thəs ′rō·zē·əs]
(botany)
The Madagascar periwinkle plant from which the anticancer compounds vinblastine and vincristine are derived.
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Comparison of hypotensive and hypolipidemic effects of Catharanthus roseus leaves extract with atenolol on adrenaline induced hypertensive rats.
Effect of oxygen and nutrient limitation on ajmalicine production and related enzyme activities in high density cultures of Catharanthus roseus.
Immature seeds of Catharanthus roseus are disinfected by a passage in 70% ethanol for 5 min, then in sodium hypochlorite 3% for 20 minutes, and rinsed three times with sterile distilled water[3.
Keywords: Catharanthus roseus roots Catharanthine Ajmalicine Serpentine Acetylcholinesterase Cholinergic Receptors
nigrum leaf, while that of Catharanthus roseus showed the most potent inhibitory effect against CYP2D6 (I[C.
The inhibitory effect of bark and cone water extracts were similar to the positive control Catharanthus roseus at high concentrations.
Studies on germination, seeding vigour, lipid peroxidation and proline metabolism in Catharanthus roseus seedlings under salt stress.
My group has recently obtained RNA-seq data for 24 tissues for Catharanthus roseus, which produces vinblastine, an anti-cancer drug that is arguably one of the most complex natural products found in plants.
Development of tapetum and orbicules of Catharanthus roseus (Apocynaceae).
However, the reason you may not have been able to find it in your gardening book is because horticulturists have renamed it Catharanthus roseus.