Berberis


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Berberis

genus in the plant family Berberidaceae; contains berberine, a pyridine alkaloid; causes cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure. Called also barberries.
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Berberis is a large genus which belongs to the family Berberidaceae and includes over 400 species, such as Berberis aquifolium (Oregon grape), Berberis aristata (Indian barberry), Berberis thunbergii (red barberry), Berberis vulgaris (barberry) and Berberis orthobotrys (named "ishkeen" in Pakistan).
Bahadur, "The berberis story: berberis vulgaris in therapeutics," Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences, vol.
In this study, antioxidant properties, organic acid contents and phenolic compound contents of Berberis vulgaris L.
The homology of both spiny and foliage leaves in Berberis has long been controversial.
Clausen had managerial experience with clubs in Kuwait, Bolivia, Argentina, Oman and Switzerland where he met Berberis who had coached a number of Swiss clubs such as Lausanne, Sion, Servette and Baulmes.
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Por mucho tiempo a los ejemplares de esta especie se les adjudico erroneamente el nombre de Berberis schiedeana Schltdl.
Algunos anos despues el mismo autor (Schlechtendal, 1854) hizo una reevaluacion de la especie y al concluir que el nombre de Mahonia ilicina tampoco era apropiado, ya que podria confundirse facilmente con el de (Mahonia) "ilicifolia", propuso cambiarlo por el de Berberis (Mahonia) schiedeana, en reconocimiento a su descubridor.
Berberis aristata/Silybum marianum fixed combinations (Berberol) effects on lipid profile in dyslipidemic patients intolerate to statins at high doses: A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial.
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OFFER of the week As its name suggests, Berberis 'Helmond Pillar' has an extraordinary upright appearance, making it ideal for small gardens and tubs or positioned near a pond.
BERBERIS' (Barberry) spine-tipped leaves make them an ideal deterrent for burglars, especially when grown as a flowering hedge, but there are many other good points for growing berberis too.