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oleander:

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common name for some members of the Apocynaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and trees found in most parts of the world but especially in the tropics, where they are often climbing forms. Many species are native to or naturalized in North America.
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oleander

a poisonous evergreen Mediterranean apocynaceous shrub or tree, Nerium oleander, with fragrant white, pink, or purple flowers
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08/48 name of work : supply of nerium oleander for plantation in different parks at nursery sector-9, dwarka in ward no.
Antidiabetic activity evaluation of glimepiride and Nerium oleander extract on insulin, glucose levels and some liver enzymes activities in experimental diabetic rat model.
The dried fallen leaves of Nerium Oleander were collected from the local grounds near Tamilnadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.
A review of the natural history, toxinology, diagnosis and clinical management of Nerium oleander (common oleander) and Thevetia peruviana (yellow oleander) poisoning.
Literature survey has highlighted the medicinal properties of Nerium oleander L (Family: Apocynaceae) like anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anticancer, antinociceptive, insecticidal and CNS depressant activity (Ali et al.
The patented NAE-8 extract is formed by processing Nerium oleander and aloe vera.
Treatment of diabetic rats with glimepiride or Nerium oleander extract also improved liver enzymes activities (anti-diabetic activity) [34].
bearing (Amaryllidaceae) white-yellow flowers Nerium oleander L.
This is an extract of the attractive shrub Nerium oleander L.
Darren Raven, Colchester, Essex neriUM oleander 2makes a great patio plant, if, in winter, you have somewhere to house it with warm, dry conditions like its native north Africa, Asia and the Med.
Landscape Plants (Experiment 2) Apocynaceae 'Hardy Red' Oleander Nerium oleander L.
Nature lover Reza Khan said nerium oleander which grows in the wet wadi beds of the Hajar mountains is very poisonous and contains toxins like oleandrin and neriine which are cardiac glycosides.