Two alkaloids (60 and 61) have been obtained from the water-ethanol extract of raw materials from Abrus
cantortiensis and Abrus
mollis (family Fabaceae) (Yuan and Lin 2013).
had served as a military photographer in the army and ran a fashion photography business before becoming an actor.
Hutchkinson is no fan of Catholics and proposes a way to dispense of them by using rosaries made of the seeds of Abrus
precatorius, the rosary seed plant.
2009) were also in agreement with our result for using this synthetic plant growth regulator in the culture medium for Withania somnifera, Cardiospermum halicacabum Linn and Abrus
This is in consonance with that of an earlier report on certain under-utilized legumes such as Abrus
precatorius, Mucuna pruriens var.
Phytochemical studies of Abrus
For instance, the scarlet-colored seed produced by a member of the Abrus
genus--which is known as the 'rosary pea' or 'crab's eye'--is often used for making necklaces and rosary beads in other countries," says Kirkbride.
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The compounds come from the weedy vine Abrus
precatorius, commonly known as the rosary pea, which grows in tropical regions worldwide.
Extracted from the rosary pea-a weedy vine, Abrus
precatorius, native to Florida-these saponins are 30 to 100 times sweeter than sucrose.
In vitro immunostimulatory effect of Abrus
lectins derived peptide fractions (AGP and ABP) was investigated in DL bearing mice.
paste with fruits of Terminalia chebula, fruits of Terminalia belerica, wood fron Santalum album, leaves of Abrus
precatorius, and leaves of Andrographis paniculata, dried, powdered and made into pills the size of beans (seeds of Dolichos lablab).