There was a significant difference in fragrance between calyces and corollae in the wider samples of both study populations (P [less than] 0.001 in both populations; Mann-Whitney test; two-tailed).
- Gas chromatograms revealed peaks characteristic of the calyces and other peaks with greater areas in the corollae than in the calyces [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
Similar to the investigations which help in the access of calyces, other preparations for PCNL patients include, urine culture and sensi-tivity, any urinary tract infection found is treated with oral antibiotics as per culture sensitivity.
The configuration of calyces may be different at upper or lower poles.
The remaining renal calyce
calculi were treated using the same method, and finally stone fragments were simultaneously sucked out via the original standard channel through nephroscope.
In Salvia, ombrohydrochory occurs when raindrops strike the calyces
containing the mericarps.
It is used as a beverage, where the dried calyces
are soaked in water to prepare a colorful and tasty cold drink.
are the most exploited part of the plant by many countries around the world for human consumption, where the leaf and stem have been traditionally ignored, especially in Africa where the plant is grown widely for tea consumption (Villani et al., 2013).
In folk medicine, an infusion from the calyces
is used as a diuretic and to treat gastrointestinal disorders, liver diseases, fever, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension (Monroy-Ortiz and Castillo-Espana, 2007).
For calyceal anatomy major calyces
were counted in every renal unit.
Probably native to tropical Central and West Africa, roselle is mainly cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions of the world (Tindall, 1986; Allel, 2003) for its attractive edible calyces
containing U-shaped guts and ringed by tentacles are borne on stalks arising from prostrate stolons.