Calendula algeriensis Boiss. & Reut. AphiaID. (urn:lsid:marinespecies. org:taxname). Classification. Biota; Plantae (Kingdom). Edit History Type? of Calendula algeriensis Boiss. & Reut. [family ASTERACEAE] . Date Updated: 14 January Herbarium. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität. Calendula algeriensis. taxon author · Pierre Edmond Boissier · George François Reuter · date of taxon name publication. 0 references. taxon rank.

Author: Tausida Gardazuru
Country: Iran
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Business
Published (Last): 10 July 2008
Pages: 486
PDF File Size: 14.94 Mb
ePub File Size: 16.98 Mb
ISBN: 994-5-17845-194-1
Downloads: 70213
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Kegul

Some cycle-supermagic labelings of the calendula callendula. Calendula Calendula officinalis L. Calendula officinalis is an annual herb from Mediterranean origin which is popularly used in wound healing and as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Medicinal plants, owing to their different mechanisms such as antioxidants allgeriensis, may improve learning and memory impairments in diabetic rats. All the test group patients were advised to dilute 2 ml of tincture of calendula with 6 ml of distilled water and rinse their mouths once in the morning and once in the evening for six months. Using the Killiani mixture in acidic hydrolysis of oleanolic acid glycosides released free aglycones that were partially acetylated in such conditions.

eFlore – Tela Botanica

Seed soaking in colchicine significantly enhanced both the fresh and caleneula dry shoot and root masses, flowering date, number of flowers per plant, and flower diameter. After 15 days, the right tooth was extracted and the patients were instructed to use the Calendula officinalisCamellia sinensis or chlorhexidine mouthwash during 1 week experimental group. Their structures were elucidated based on chemical and spectral data.

Evaluation of Calendula mucilage as a mucoadhesive and controlled release component in buccal tablets.

Presentation of the scratch assay as a convenient and inexpensive in vitro tool to gain first insights in the wound healing potential of plant extracts and natural compounds. Juglans regia and Calendula officinalis. Calendula officinalis of family Asteraceae, also known as marigold, has been widely used from time immemorial in Indian and Arabic cultures as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat minor skin wound and infections, burns, bee stings, sunburn and cancer.


Methanol ensured more efficient extraction of flavonoids than the other solvents tested. Field marigoldwere studied to determine the reproductive strategies of the plant. Calendula inhibited HGF-mediated collagen degradation and MMP-2 activity more than the same correlated concentration of pure quercetin.

Malaria and leishmaniasis are two most significant parasitic diseases which are endemic in Iran. In this study we wanted to investigate the antiglycation and antioxidation potential of two medicinal plants: Pseudo real-time, at-line monitoring showed the level of antioxidants in a batch extract of Calendula officinalis plateaued after min of extraction.

EPPO Global Database

Chamazulene and bisabolol were found to be present in higher calendu,a in chamomile and Calendula flowers. Different dilution rates and interaction times were used as parameters of inhibition. Clinical follow-ups were carried in all animals after surgery, and histological and histomorphometric analyses were performed on tissues taken from the healed area and healthy surrounding tissue.

The three mouthwashes tested reduced the number of microorganisms adhered to the sutures compared to the control group. Immunocytochemistry analysis for chondroitinsulfate showed no difference between the C and Cal groups.

Calendula algeriensis – Wikidata

Under Heavy Metals Stress. The highest total soluble protein was detected at the concentrations of ppm SA and ppm DES. TNF-alpha production by macrophage culture treated with lipopolysaccharide LPS was found to be significantly inhibited by Calendula extract. Finally, eight control and nine modified lines were established as a long-term culture. Evaluation of the efficacy of a polyherbal mouthwash containing Zingiber officinale, Rosmarinus officinalis and Calendula officinalis extracts in patients with gingivitis: Concerning the faradiol esters, the dried ray and disk florets only should be preferred as primary products for remedies as demanded in the recently published supplement of the Pharmacopoiea Europaea However, it can be assumed that the granulation tissue was affected, as the ethanolic extract inhibited the activity of collagenase in vitro and enhanced the amount of collagen in the supernatant of human dermal fibroblasts.


Participants were randomly divided into four groups. Conclusion These results indicate that LACE aqueous extract has two complementary activities in vitro with potential anti-tumor therapeutic effect: Calendula officinalis flower extract possessed significant anti-inflammatory activity against carrageenan and dextran-induced acute paw edema. Using Calendula officinalis as a floral resource to enhance aphid and thrips suppression by the flower bug Orius sauteri Hemiptera: The survival and oviposition of such predators, as well as the biocontrol services they provide, may be enhanced by adding extra floral resources to the crops.

The microbial efficiencies of extracts were determined by the inhibition of the growth of selected microorganisms. Calendula arvensis CA is one of the important plants used in traditional medicine in Morocco, due to its interesting chemical composition.

The amounts of the esters were highest in ray florets, approximately 10 times lower in disk florets than in the ray florets, and approximately 10 times lower in involucral bracts than in the disk florets. These ingredients were not significantly toxic in single-dose oral studies using animals.

Posted in: Art