The following, phytochemically
similar groups of plant taxa host characteristic beetle guilds: Swartzieae (here treated as tribe incertae sedis), Bauhinia (Caesalpiniaceae), Detarieae - Amherstieae (Caesalpiniaceae), Andira - Hymenolobium Acosmium (tribes Sophoreae and Dalbergieae, Fabaceae), Machaerium-Paramachaerium (Dalbergieae, Fabaceae), Dipteryxeae (Fabaceae), and the family Mimosaceae.
Clinical trials using phytochemically
validated herbal medicines in conjunction with pharmacological intervention such as anti-retrovirals are required to assess potential benefits in such a complex condition which often has many confounding co-morbidities.
The supplements taken by all patients included a multivitamin-mineral supplement designed for cancer patients and a phytochemically
rich vegetable and fruit drink; other supplements included mixed carotenoids, melatonin, calcium-d-glucarate, reishi mushrooms, and green tea.
In addition to its focus on communicating the benefits of a colorful, phytochemically
rich, plant-based diet, the institute is highlighting particular nutrient-rich fruits with proven health benefits as part of its new Superfoods Program.
Abstract: Croton draco (Euphorbiaceae) from Guadalupe, San Jose, Costa Rica was collected in July 1992 and phytochemically
studied (leaves, seeds, wood, bark, sap and flowers separately).
Extracts of Chelidonii herba with different solvents were characterized phytochemically
and functionally by experiments with HepG2 liver cells.
, the genus viburnum is rich in flavonoids, iridoids glycosides, sesquiterpenes, vibsane diterpenes and triterpenes [13-22].
The methanol and aqueous extracts were phytochemically
screened for secondary metabolites such as Carbohydrates, Glycosides, Anthraquinone, Cardiac glycosides, Saponins, Steroids and Triterpenes, Flavonoids, Tannins and Alkaloids .
herba-alba revealed that both species are genetically and phytochemically
Muscadine Products Corporation describes itself as the world's first producer of phytochemically
rich muscadine grape nutraceuticals and juice.
The cytotoxic effect of a phytochemically
defined birch bark triterpene extract (TE) as well as different pentacyclic triterpenes was analyzed in cell culture, and revealed a moderate cytotoxicity on RC-37 cells.
In addition, we characterized all essential oils involved phytochemically
by using GLC/FID and GLC-MS.