Wedelia


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Wedelia

genus of plants in America and Australia in the family Asteraceae; contain a carboxyatractyloside, wedeloside; causes acute hepatic necrosis, nephrosis and sometimes cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, death; includes W. asperrima (yellow daisy, sunflower daisy), W. biflora (Melanthera biflora), W. glauca (sunchillo).
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Effects of methanolic extract of Wedelia chinensis Osbeck (Asteraceae) leaves against pathogenic bacteria with emphasize on Bacillus cereus.
1986) WEL, which is the main active component of Wedelia calendulaceae and Eclipta alba, exhibits 5-lipoxygenase inhibitory, hepatoprotective, and antiphlogistic effects.
Depending on the structure of the plant some species were used as carpets; this was the case in Wedelia trilobata (L.
High frequency axillary bud multiplication and ex vitro rooting of Wedelia chinensis (Osbeck) Merr.
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Wedelolactone, isolated from Wedelia chinensis, has been found to modulate the androgen receptor (AR) activation of transcription from prostate-specific antigen promoter in prostate cancer (PCa) cells [130].
Study of volatile components of Wedelia calycina Rich.
Both whitefly species were simultaneously recorded on Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat and the wild plant Wedelia glauca (Ortega) O.
Some other difficult to treat diseases included cancer and tumor (treated with Wedelia chinensis (Osbeck) Merr.