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Concentration of extracts may help these compounds to be visualized. Three cells of the latter, the terminal cell being much longer than the other two and pointed, comprise the long part of the hair Fig. Protective hairs, mainly on the central nerve.
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This observation is of pharmaceutical importance and needs to be further investigated. Our aim was to compare them to similar extracts from the fresh leaves and to publish data on leaf products of Inula viscosa. In vitro propagation of lavandin: Aiton Cupularia viscosa L.
Obviously the callus cells produce some anti-fungal agents inhibiting yeast colony expansion. Some are spherical in shape always appear rounded in sections and of lipid nature as evidence by the fact that they are stained dark with Sudan Black B Fig.
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Free hand sections of fresh leaf tissue ft were stained with traditional reagents: White arrow in Fig. Views Read Edit View history. They were subjected to histochemical reagents viscksa 4 weeks. It should be pointed out that at least some of the compounds secreted through the activity of the hair cells are volatile; a specific scent is characteristic in the air of all the Aegean islands on which I.
In tissue cultures Fig. Arrows indicate compounds present in the leaf yet giving no visible sign in the callus. Utetheisa pulchella on Dittrichia viscosa.
Pollination of an endangered Caladenia species Orchidaceae by nectar-foraging behaviour of a widespread species of colletid bee.
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An interesting observation on developed callus masses is related to the well-known phenomenon of the clear zone appearing round the colonies of antibiotic-producing bacteria or fungi when they are approached by expanding colonies of other susceptible micro-organisms. Histochemical investigations ihula that various substance groups were localized in the leaf. Dittrichia viscosaalso known as false yellowhead woody fleabane sticky fleabane and yellow fleabaneis a flowering plant in the daisy family.
In de-osmicated sections from plastic embedded tissue they appear brownish in colour and seem to be trapped among the grey-coloured phenolic inclusions of the vacuole white arrows in Fig. Ten days later, calluses appeared. A similar study was carried out simultaneously on the secretory activity of two generations of calluses produced from vidcosa tissue.
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Pharmacological screening of the anti-ulcerogenic effects of some Jordanian medicinal plants in rats. Structures or cells with secreting activity were localized and a spectrum of products was histochemically identified within them. Second-generation calluses, produced from reculturing the original callus cells, were also treated histochemically.
A generalization of the retention index system including linear temperature programmed gas—liquid partition chromatography. Glandular trichomes on the leaves and flowers of Plectranthus ornatus: Apart from phenolic inclusions, other material, more transparent electronically, also appears in the vacuole Fig.
This presupposes that callus cells or cell suspension cultures are able to produce active secondary compounds in the same way as are differentiated cells Zenk,and from which an additional advantage becomes evident.
Nowadays it is quite common in roadsides and ruderal habitats, even in urban viiscosa. Flavonoids, the compounds responsible for the antioxidant effects of I. Leaves of Inula viscosa have been used in medicine from ancient times. It has long, narrow leaves that are pointed at both ends and have teeth along the edges and glandular hairs on the surfaces.
Conyza major Bubani Jacobaea viscosa L. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Inuleae Flora of the Mediterranean Plants described in The bundles of the conductive tissue are lined and protected by sheath cells red arrows in Figs 6, 8.
A glycosyl analogue of diacylglycerol and other antiinflammatory constituents from Inula viscosa. When unicellular budding yeasts contaminate a young tissue culture, they develop on the entire surface of the culture medium, which is then covered by a white mass of yeast Fig. Calluses of Inula viscosa developing in test tubes.
Calluses formed prior to yeast infection develop a zone of inhibition against contaminating yeasts indicating the production and release of anti-fungal factors from undifferentiated cultured cells.