Houttuynia


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Houttuynia

a genus of tapeworms in the family Davaineidae.

Houttuynia struthionis
found in the intestine of the ostrich and rhea; causes unthriftiness and diarrhea in chicks.
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Fermentation of Salicornia herbacea and Houttuynia cordata (FSH): After collection Salicornia herbacea and Houttuynia cordata from Southern seashore area of Republic of Korea was dried and finely grinded for proper mixing.
Thus, it was apparent from the present study that, owing to the addition of fermented Salicornia herbacea and Houttuynia cordata with multi-microbe probiotics (FSH) had no significant negative impact on the performance of broilers.
5 g/kg Japanese-honeysuckle; iv) HCT, basal diet+1 g/kg houttuynia cordata thunb and v) LE, basal diet+1 g/kg laquer tree extract.
Houttuynia cordata is a traditional medicinal plant that is used in herbal preparations in Asian countries to relieve inflammatory conditions (Jee et al.
schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'), plantain lily (Hosta), Houttuynia cordata 'Variegata', dead nettle (Lamium maculatum), sedum (S.
Veskamide, enferamide, becatamide, and oretamide are N-phenylethylbenzoylamide-type phenolic amides, whose analogues are found in plants such as Aniba riparia, Begonia nantoensis, Haplo-phyllum tuberculatum, and Houttuynia cordata (Thomas et al.
Plant up wet areas with moisture-loving bog plants such as candelabra Houttuynia Chameleon, Iris kaempferi, cadelabra primulas, hostas, astilbes, rodgersias and ferns whose roots are specially adapted to survive wet soil.
Time- and dose-dependent reduction of infectious HSV-1 titers by the essential oil of Houttuynia cordata could be demonstrated recently by interfering with the function of virus envelope (Hayashi et al.
Houttuynia cordata Chameleon is a marginal water plant with tangy, aromatic leaves that are splashed with yellow and red.
The most effective medicinal plant from families other than Rosaceae was Cedrela sinensis, followed in order by Nelumbo nucifera, Eucommia ulmoides, Zanthoxylum piperitum, Cudrania tricuspidata and Houttuynia cordata.
Beside a pool, or in a damp patch of soil, plant Houttuynia cordata, which has multi-coloured foliage with a tangy orange smell.