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car·tha·mus

(kar'tha-mŭs),
The dried florets of Carthamus tinctorius (family Compositae).
See also: safflower oil.
Synonym(s): safflower
[Ar. qurtum, fr. qartama, paint; the plant yields a dye]
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It was also concluded that the highest amount of total polyphenols are recorded in Seriphedium quettense followed by Carthamus oxicantha, Centaurea iberica, Echinops griffithiamus, Conyza bonarensis, Acroptilon repens, Achillea welhemsii and Hartia intermedia, respectively.
Previous phylogenic studies of different Carthamus species indicated that European and Mediterranean accessions were grouped together, while East Asian accessions were clusteredat the greatest distance (Chapman et al.
Hepatoprotective and hepatocurative properties of alcoholic extract of Carthamus oxyacantha seeds.
Incriminated plants, number of poisoning and deaths Species Number of Number of poisoning deaths Euphorbia resinifera 1 1 Warionia saharae 1 - Rosmarinus officinalis 1 - Ricinus communis 1 - Mandragora autumnalis 2 - Carthamus tinctorius 3 - Peganum harmala 3 - Artemisia absinthium 4 1 Atractylis gummifera 71 30 Unknown 17 3 Total 104 35 Table 3.
No trypsin inhibition activity was found in varieties of Helianthus annuus varieties LSF-11 and LSF-8, Carthamus tinctorius varieties PBNS-12 and PBNS-40 and Arachis hypogaea JL-24.
Hypolipidemic effects of Carthamus tinctorius in rats.
The genus Carthamus (Safflower) of the family Asteraceae, includes 14 species.
Then Tao Hong Si Wu Tang Jia Wei (Persica & Carthamus Four Materials Decoction with Added Flavors) was administered at a rate of one packet per day decocted in water two times.
Palabras clave: Micorrizacion, Glomus intraradices, Sorghum bicolor, Carthamus tinctorius, caracteristicas de planta
New flowers include a delicate white and lime green aquilegia, a pale pink morning glory and the striking golden mop-tops of Carthamus tinctorius Kinko, a hardy annual reaching 1.
Under the heading "easy to grow and a little unusual", Thompson and Morgan have a good selection of hardy annuals, including the mahogany and gold Cosmidium Phillipine, and the crazy pompom blooms of Carthamus Quadricolour Mixed in shades of orange-gold.
La amplia zona de union de estos al explante es una muestra del origen multicelular de los mismos y ha sido observada en procesos de embriogenesis somatica en Carthamus tinctorius (Mandal et al.