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caulis

One of the main stalks of leaves which spring from between the acanthus leaves of the second row on each side of the typical Corinthian capital, and which are carried up to support the volutes at the angles.
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Jiang, "A series of strategies for solving the shortage of reference standards for multi-components determination of traditional Chinese medicine, Mahoniae Caulis as a case," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
(j) Chinese patent medicines including extract of Andrographispaniculata (n = 1), bupleurum granule (containing bupleurum, Pinellia ternata with ginger, radix scutellariae, Codonopsis pilosula, etc.) (n = 1), cough granule (containing loquat, opium poppy husk, stemona, mulberry bark, swallowwort rhizome, etc.) (n = 1), Gutong capsule (containing ginseng, resina draconis, scorpion, bungarus minimus, etc.) (n =1), Honghua tablet (containing Emilia sonchifolia, Hedyotis diffusa, caulis spatholobi, etc.) (n =1), sleeping capsule (containing lilium, Acanthopanax senticosus, caulis polygoni multiflori, Albizia julibrissin durazz, mother-of-pearl, etc.) (n = 1), and unspecified (n = 3).
In the 1990s, clinical pharmacists in Peking University Hospital reported cases of liver damage due to Zhuang Gu Guan Jie pills and kidney damage due to TCM Caulis aristolochiae manshuriensis through therapeutic drug monitoring and adverse drug reaction monitoring; the hospital was thus able to stop the use of related TCM in a timely manner, thereby reducing the patients' drug risks.[sup][6] In the aforementioned national special program of improvement of clinical antibiotic use, Peking University Hospital authorized clinical pharmacists to monitor preventive drug use for Class I incisions in real time.
Background: Caulis Lonicerae japonicae (CLJ) is often used for the treatment of inflammation such as acute fever, headache, respiratory infection and epidemic diseases.
Inatomi, "Effects of aristoloside, a component of guan-mu-tong (Caulis aristolochiae manshuriensis), on normal and preneoplastic mammary gland growth in mice," Anticancer Research, vol.
Zhang, "Anti-fatigue activity of a triterpenoid-rich extract from Chinese bamboo shavings (Caulis bamfusae in Taeniam)," Phytotherapy Research, vol.
Liming the soil helps but you'll probably find you have to grow your cabbages, caulis and sprouts in another area.
The length of bush has also a positive correlation in probable level of 1% with caulis length (0.338) and the number of full--cluster* grain cluster 0.357.
Ibeh, "Toxicological assessment of aqueous extract of Moringa oleifera and Caulis bambusae leaves in rabbits," Journal of Clinical Toxicology, supplement 12, article 003, 2013.
Decorate it with a favourite design or a picture of what you are marking - then you'll never get your caulis mixed up with your courgettes.
Village dairies have glass-front fridges where they store beer, a dollar a can, alongside vegetables brought in by international shipping: apples, oranges, carrots, pumpkin, caulis and cabbage, although these rapidly lose their crisp.