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Genetic relatedness among 71 accessions, including com. Genetic similarities among accessions were calcd. This can be partly attributed to scoring error but mainly to somatic variation occurring during vegetative propagation. On the other hand lower genetic distance values were sometimes found among varieties, which differ in morphol.

The possibility of considering the amt. Asclepiadaceae and from Nerium oleander L. Apocynaceae which are both used against cancer in the traditional medicine in their region of origin. The murine cell line L and normal non-tumor cells were not affected. Bioactivity guided fractionation of Breastin resulted in the isolation of the monoglycosidic cardenolides oleandrine, oleandrigeninsarmentoside, neritaloside, odoroside H, and odoroside A ICvalues between 0.

Conclusions: The obsd. The most active anticancer compds. It is a vegetatively propagated ornamental plant, valued for its evergreen foliage and showy terminal flower clusters that are available in different colors. Oleander is cultivated recently as a flowering pot plant and therefore abundant propagation of plant material for com.

This species also produces secondary metabolites, some of which are pharmacol. The important pharmacol. This paper explains the evidence-based information regarding the phytochem. Potted plants in the greenhouse were sprayed once a week for 5 wk with seawater contg.

A significant correlation was found between SDS concn. At that time and two months later, we assessed: leaf visible injury, foliar chloride content, damage to stomatal crypts, water potential, net photosynthesis and stomatal conductance. Visible injury occurred after treatments contg. PCT Int. Leaf : Decoction employed against parasitic skin worms, in both humans and animals. Found all over Myanmar; naturalized, also cultivated as an ornamental plant. Liquid from crushed leaves is applied to snakebites to neutralize the venom, as well as to bites or stings from other venomous animals.

Mixed with water, the root powder is applied as an ointment for skin cancer, ringworm and other fungal conditions, earache, infected lesions, and leprosy. Barcelona : Masson, , p.

Genetic relationships between oleander Nerium oleander L. Acta Horticulturae. Characterization of the anticancer properties of monoglycosidic cardenolides isolated from Nerium oleander and Streptocaulon tomentosum.

Journal of Ethnopharmacology. A review on chemistry and pharmacological activity of Nerium oleander L. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research. Testing Nerium oleander as a biomonitor for surfactant polluted marine aerosol.

International Journal of Environmental Research. Nerium oleander L. Nota de alcance en Leaf : Decoction employed against parasitic skin worms, in both humans and animals. Autor: Lic. Myrian Piastri,Lic. Generado por: TemaTres 1.


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