Pimpinella


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Related to Pimpinella: Pimpinella anisum, Pimpinella saxifraga

Pimpinella

genus of plants in family Apiaceae; includes P. anisum. See anise.
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Pimpinella essential oils and some phenylpropanoids also exhibited mild anti-inflammatory activities.
Pimpinella isaurica essential oils were also more effective in controlling aphids than isolated Pimpinella phenylpropanoids.
The pretty pink flowers of pimpinella and the broad plateaux of orlaya with its creamy flowers arranged like a lacecap hydrangea, were a signature plant in several displays, including the mouthwatering exhibit from Avon Bulbs.
Acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibition of ethanolic extract and monoterpenes from Pimpinella anisoides V Brig.
Our earlier experience shows that there may exist a significant difference between the minimum and maximum yield of essential oil in other plants: 10-fold difference in Chamomilla recutita [23], 11-fold in Achillea millefolium [44] and Salvia officinalis [45], 16-fold in Levisticum officinale [46], 14-fold in Thymus serpyllum [47], 5-fold in Pimpinella anisum [48], and 6-fold in Valeriana officinalis [49] collected or obtained as commercial samples from different retail pharmacies of various countries.
As love interest Pimpinella, principal Ambra Vallo is a shrewish man-beater, executing her physical sparring with Pulcinella (Robert Parker) with verve and passion, whilst retaining her inherent impish charm.