oleracea (the mealybug host is of Guanica dry forest origin, Guanica, 17.9561[degrees]N, 66.
The species identified were Setaria spp, Digitaria sanguinalis (polynically analogue as Poaceae 35[mu]m, Portulaca
oleracea, Chenopodium album, and Amaranthus quitensis (polynically analogated as Cheno/Ams), Agropyron repens (polynically analogated as Poaceae 25[mu]m), Brassica campestris (polynically analogated as Brassicaceae) and Polygonum convolvulus (polynically analogated as Polygonaceae).
domesticus consume semillas de los generos Chenopodium (Chenopodiaceae) y Portulaca
(Portulacaceae) e insectos de los ordenes Coleoptera e Hymenoptera (Sanchez 1986, Alonso 1985), taxones tambien encontrados en esta investigacion.
material was obtained from the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine Pharmacy of the Shanghai Tenth People's Hospital.
In overall, this review clearly demonstrates the potential of Malaysian medicinal plants as anti-inflammatory agents in which Melicope ptelefolia (Tenggek burung) and Portulaca
oleracea (Gelang pasir) were found to exhibit potent anti-inflammatory activity in vitro.
The virus was detected in several ornamental species including Portulaca
grandiflora, Phlox stolonifera, Scutellaria spp., Crossandra infundibuliformis, Angelonia angustifolia, Torenia spp., Helichrysum spp., Salvia splendens, and Zinnia elegans [2, 12, 15, 17].
Cinar Leaves Calcification (Platanaceae, MARE Leaves Antipyretic 15355) Leaves Toothache Portulaca
The increase in betalain production in callus of Portulaca
exposed to blue light was also observed by Kishima, Shimaya, and Adachi (1995).
The analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of Portulaca
The neuroprotective effects of Purslane (Portulaca
oleracea) on rotenone-induced biochemical changes and apoptosis in brain of rat.
The analgesic effect of the aqueous extract of Portulaca
The five species that presented the higher frequencies at the beginning of the rainy season were Nicandra physaloides (20.0%), Galinsoga parviflora (14.0%), Commelina benghalensis (14.0%), Panicum maximum (12.0%) and Portulaca
oleracea (10.0%), belonging to the families Solanaceae, Asteraceae, Commelinaceae, Poaceae and Portulacaceae, respectively.