Anredera cordifolia


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Anredera cordifolia

a poisonous plant of the family Basellaceae; causes diarrhea. Called also Boussingaultia spp., lamb's tail, Madeira vine.
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In the treatment group, rats treated with 2 ml of the topical extract of Anredera Cordifolia leaf.
The formulation of Anredera Cordifolia leaf extract was prepared by the maceration of the dried powdered Anredera Cordifolia leaf with one liter of methanol 95% for 24 h.
This indicates a significant difference between the treatment group, which received topical Anredera Cordifolia leaf extract, compared with the control group, which received topical tetracycline 3%.
This result showed that burn wounds on the treatment group heal faster with the use of the topical extract of Anredera cordifolia leaf compared with the control group with the use of tetracycline 3% (Figure 1).
In this research, we found that topical Anredera cordifolia leaf extract shortened these four phases of wound healing.
C-flavone-glycosides, contained in Anredera cordifolia leaves, are flavonoids thought to have crucial part as a metabolic stimulant through the increase of cell signaling pathways.
Tanin is a polyphenol and part of complex phenolic compound of Anredera cordifolia leaf.
The result showed that topical Anredera cordifolia leaf extract increases the expression of VEGF significantly.
Segun los criterios seguidos, de las 35 especies aqui recogidas, creemos que 22 de ellas presentan un claro comportamiento invasor en las islas: Acacia farnesiana, Agave americana, Ageratina adenophora, Ageratina riparia, Albizia distachya, Anredera cordifolia, Arundo donax, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Centranthus ruber, Chasmanthe aethiopica, Cytisis scoparius, Eschscholzia californica, Nicotiana, glauca, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia maxima, Pennisetum setaceum, Phoenix dactylifera, Ricinus communis, Spartium junceum, Tradescantia fluminensis, Tropaeolum majus y Ulex europaeus.
Es el caso de Anredera cordifolia, Chasmanthe aethiopica, Senecio mikanioides y Wigandia caracasana.