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At·ro·pa

(at'rō-pă),
A genus of plants (family Solanaceae) of which Atropa belladonna is typical. See: belladonna.
[G. Atropos, one of the Fates cutting the thread of life, because of the lethal effects of the plant]
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In this study, three remedies were chosen that are indicated clinically for the symptoms of DD, namely, Atropa belladonna 6cH, Calendula officinalis D1, and Sulphuricum acidum 6cH.
One group received a 200g tub of milking cream containing Atropa belladonna 6cH 3%, Sulphuricum acidum 6cH 3% and Calendula officinalis D1 3%, and the other group received a 200g tub of unmedicated milking cream.
Atropa belladonna is a homeopathic remedy made from the deadly nightshade plant and has traditionally been used for its wound healing properties (Gal et al.
A plant known as deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna, belongs to a different genus altogether.
Variation of alkaloid productivity among several clones of hairy roots and regenerated plants of Atropa belladonna transformed with Agrobacterium rhizogenes 15834.
Effect of Atropa belladonna and Echinacea angustifolia in homoeopathic dilution on experimental peritonitis.
Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) n Colchicum autumnale (autumn crocus, meadow saffron) Conium maculatum (hemlock) n Daphne mezereum (mezereon) Datura stamonium (Jimsonweed) Digitalis purpurea (foxglove) Laburnum Oenanthe crocata (hemlock water dropwort
Biological flora of the British Isles: Atropa belladona L.
These results are in accordance with those obtained by Abdel Hady [2] who studied the effect of both gamma rays and gibberellin on seeds' germination of Atropa belladonna.
Effet of gamma radiations and gibberellic acid on germination and alkaloid production in Atropa belladonna.
Atropa belladonna (Solanaceae) was used for acute radiodermatitis.
50] could not be determined for Atropa belladonna, Plantago major and Chelidonium majus as their extracts did not elicit 50% inhibition (Fig.