Elsholtzia splendens | definition of Elsholtzia splendens by Medical dictionary
Elsholtzia splendens Chinese medicine
A deciduous shrub that contains essential oils, including furane, ketones, pinene and terpene. It is antiemetic, carminative and diuretic, and is used for gastrointestinal complaints such as nausea, vomiting and bloating, as well as for dry skin.
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In Elsholtzia splendens
, a hyperaccumulator of Cu, the composition and distribution of root cell wall and cellulose was altered in excess of Cu that can improve cellulose, hemicellulose and pectin contents during HM exposure (Le Gall et al., 2015).
En Elsholtzia splendens se identificaron 45 proteinas en raices y seis proteinas en hojas que aumentaron o disminuyeron su contenido en respuesta a cobre.
Li F, Shi J, Shen C, Chen G, Hu S, Chen Y (2009) Proteomic characterization of copper stress response in Elsholtzia splendens roots and leaves.
Kim, Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Elsholtzia splendens
Copper phytoavailability and uptake by Elsholtzia splendens
from contaminated soil as acted by soil amendments.