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vomitorium

A Vomitory in an ancient Roman theater or amphitheater.
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Out of four species, two belonged to subfamily Calliphorinae Calliphora vicina (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) and Calliphora vomitoria (Linnaeus, 1758) and two belonged to subfamily Luciliinae Lucilia sericata (Meigen, 1826) and Lucilia richardsi (Collin, 1926).
In most of these cases there were predisposing conditions such as trauma or neoplasm that led to secondary facultative cerebral myiasis by species typically used for maggot therapy (Calliphora vomitoria and Phaenicia sericata) [3, 5].
(A026) Rauvolfia vomitoria Unknown Wennberg (A025) Asclepiadaceae Calotropis gigantea Unknown (L.) W.
Annual sale quotas consumer values from from 2012 unitprice quotas attributed attributions (XAF/kg) by government (Tons) (X million XAF) (b x c) Funtumia africana 7 000 200 1 400 Rauvolfia vomitoria 6 450 3 Pausinystalia 655 650 426 johimbe Gum arabic 116 455 53 Gnetum spp.
There have been a few studies on the combination of gemcitabine with an herbal extract before, more in particular a Rauwolfia vomitoria extract (Yu et al., 2014) and Pao Pereira (Geissospermum vellosii) (Yu et al., 2013).
Blumenthal said herbs such as saffron (Crocus sativus), and yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) are ingredients to watch.
vomitoria Afzuelia have the commercial importance, and presently they are as used as the best source of therapeutically active antihypertensive alkaloids.
The understory was dominated by yaupon (Ilex vomitoria) with lesser amounts of red bay (Persea borbonia) and cabbage palmetto (Sabalpalmetto) (Table 2).
Rauwolfia vomitoria is a plant of the family Apocynaceae used traditionally in the treatment of snakebites, fever, nervous disorders, cerebral cramps, jaundice and gastrointestinal disorders (Kutalek & Prinz, 2001).
In addition, the neuroprotective effects of the co-administration of Rauwolfia vomitoria and Gongronema latifollum in experimental rats is described.
The effects of larval crowding and food type on the size and development of the blowfly, Calliphora vomitoria. Forensic Science International 159:175181.