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Anthemis

(an'the-mis) [L. anthemis fr Gr. anthemis, chamomile]
A genus of approx. 100 species of aromatic flowering plants. The entire genus is commonly called chamomile. See: chamomile

Anthemis nobilis

See: chamomile
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[11] compared the healing effects of Myrtus Communis, Zataria multiflora, Anthemis nobilis, and mixture of Zataria multiflora and Anthemis nobilis on minor RAS.
The flowers of Anthemis gayana were collected in Aligudarz county, province of Lorestan, Iran, in May 2013.
The Aeluropus littoralis dominated stands observed in the wetlands of Oropos, in the Spercheios River Delta and in the wetland Elos Sourpis were constantly associated with species of Cutandietalia maritimae such as Anthemis tomentosa and Matthiola tricuspitada (Table 3).
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The antibacterial and bactericidal activity of extracts and their fractions of aerial parts of Anthemis tinctoria against Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Enterococcus faecalis was determined [6].
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Editorial assistance for the publication of the results was provided by Anthemis Consulting Ltd.
In the present study, we evaluated the in vitro antiprotozoal activity of three irregular, linear sesquiterpene lactones recently isolated from Greek Anthemis auriculata, namely anthecotulide (1), 4-hydroxyanthecotulide (2) and 4-acetoxyanthecotulide (3).
Chamomile ydi'r enw Saesneg arno fo a Chamaemelum nobile neu Anthemis nobile ydi'r enw gwyddonol.