Chlorophytum

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Chlorophytum

 

a genus of perennial herbs of the family Liliaceae. The stem is short, and the roots are thickened and sometimes tuberous. The lily-shaped, lanceolate, or oval leaves are in a radical rosette. The small, white, inconspicuous flowers are three-parted and in racemes. The fruit is a trihedral capsule. In some species the flower stalk bears the vegetative buds from which daughter plants develop. One such species is the hanging houseplant C. comosum, some forms of which have white stripes on the leaves.

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Whereas Chlorophytum borivilianum, Morus alba and Urtica dioica had low efficiency in the reduction of blood glucose levels, Dracaena arborea had no effect and the treated animals revealed similar rates as those for untreated diabetics, regardless of extract concentration.
One tola (local measure, 80 tolas approximate 1 kg) of whole plants of Withania somnifera is taken with 1 kg gum from Acacia nilotica, 1 tola of whole plants of Curculigo orchioides, 1 tola of whole plants of Chlorophytum borivilianum, 10 tolas of fruits of Prunus domestica, 2 tolas of fruits of Piper cubeba, 2 tolas of bark of Cinnamomum zeylanicum, 2 tolas of dried seed kernels of Myristica fragrans, 2 tolas of dried reticulated aril of fruits of Myristica fragrans, 3 tolas of dried floral buds of Eugenia caryophyllus, 3 tolas of fruits of Capsicum frutescens, 2 tolas of rhizomes of Alpinia nigra, and 2 tolas of dried rhizomes of Zingiber officinale.
An assessment of genetic fidelity of micropropagated plants of Chlorophytum borivilianum using RAPD markers.
Enhancing Seed Germination of Chlorophytum borivilianum Sant.
2010), Chlorophytum borivilianum (Samantaray y Maiti, 2010), y Jatropha eurcas (Sarkar et al.
Resultados similares fueron reportados por Samantaray y Maiti (2010) en plantas de Chlorophytum borivilianum usando 33 primers arbitrarios; Peredo et al.