(Datura) has similar indications to Aconite.
Subedi, "A review on the pharmacological and toxicological aspects of Datura stramonium
L," Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine, vol.
In brief, culture dishes were coated with 5 mg/ml of Datura Stramonium
Agglutinin (DSA; Sigma) lectin in PBS at 37 degreesC for 1 h.
Allelopathic effect of seed and leaf aqueous extracts of Datura stramonium
on leaf chlorophyll content, shoot and root elongation of Cenchrus ciliaris and Neonotonia wightii.
or Tatoore is a weed from the Solanaceae family and may be present at roadsides, in cornfields, and in pastures.
Methods: In order to isolate the sertoli cells of azoospermia patients who underwent (testicular sperm extraction) TESE surgery, washing up and multi_stage enzyme digestion of single cells, culture on petri dishes impregnated with datura stramonium
lectin agglutinin (DSA) were done and then the cells were passaged for several times and isolated.
Our study is based on this hypothesis; during 2012, an experimental protocol has been set up, on the whole one variety of tomato "TIZIRI" is implanted in association with Datura stramonium
L as intercropping, The objective of this trial is to study the evolution of cultivars but also in a biological way without using chemicals products, and the identification of diseases due to insect attacks on the crop.
Introduction: Datura stramonium
is a wild plant, which grows in almost every region of Turkey and is found in the native flora.
Nine plant part extracts viz.; Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) leaf, Neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf, Datura (Datura stramonium
) leaf, Nilgiri (Eucalyptus citriodora) leaf, Karange (Pongamia pinnata) leaf, Garlic (Allium sativum) bulb, Jangli tulshi (Hiptis suaveolens) leaf, Kara (Holarrhena antidysenterica) leaf and Onion (Allium cepa) bulb extract with one standard fungicides Hinosan (Ediphenphas) were evaluated in vitro for antimicrobial properties against Pyricularia grisea using poisoned food technique.
The most common plants that are problematic for dogs are the autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale), azalea (Azalea nudiflora), cyclamen (Cylamen spp.), dumbcane (Dieffenbachia), hemlock (Conium maculatum, which is a poisonous plant and not related to the coniferous hemlock tree), English ivy (Hedera helix), mistletoe (Viscum album), oleander (Nerium oleander), thorn apple or jimsonweed (Datura stramonium
), yew (Taxus spp.), and any mushroom or toadstool that you cannot identify as safe.