Lippia


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Lippia

genus of South African plants in the family Verbenaceae; contain the triterpene lantadene which causes liver damage and photosensitization. Includes L. javanica, L. pretoriensis, L. rehmanni (L. baziana), L. scaberrima, L. wilmsii.

Lippia rehmanni
a poisonous South African plant that contains icterogenin and rehmannic acid, both hepatotoxins that cause liver damage and a syndrome of depression, photosensitization and jaundice. Rehmannic acid is identical with lantadene A in Lantana camara.
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Abbreviations: LC, Lippia citriodora extract; VB, verbascoside; FBS, fetal bovine serum; IBMX, 3-isobutyl-l-methylxanthine; DEX, dexamethasone; NF-[kappa]B, nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancerof activated B cells; AMPK, adenosine monophosphateactivated protein kinase; CCL2, chemokine [C-C motif] ligand 2; TNF-[alpha], tumor necrosis factor-alpha; IL-l[alpha], interleukin-1 alpha; IL-1[beta], interleukin-1 beta; 1L-6, interleukin 6; PPAR-[gamma], peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma; CCL2/MCP-1, monocyte chemotactic protein-1; HF, high-fat, high-cholesterol diet; [LDLr.
FA1 = Red ginseng barn powder; FA2 = Persimmon leaf powder; FA3 = Ginkgo leaf powder; FA4 = Oregano lippia seed oil extract (OL).
This Brazilian study was conceived to determine the effects of Arnica 3C, 6C, 9C and 12C on the number and length of shoots and the percentage of sets and quality of stakes of Rosemary and White Lippia when compared to two different controls.
Composicao fitoquimica dos oleos essenciais de folhas da Lippia alba (Mill).
Phenylepropanoid glycosides from Lantana camara and Lippia multoflora.
Current projects there include work with water hyacinth, alligatorweed, Brazilian pepper-tree, fanwort, balloon vine, pompom weed, Brazilian waterweed, water primrose, Lippia, Parkinsonia, water lettuce, imported fire ants, glassy-winged sharpshooter, cactus moth, little fire ant, and cactus mealybug.
A windy site Blooming shrubs Ceanothus, cistus, coast rosemary Dry shade A pretty Cranesbill, Western sword fern groundcover (Polystichum munitum) A sunny stone Plants between Creeping thyme, Dymondia path pavers margaretae, lippia (Phyla nodiflora), thrift (Armeria) A tiny backyard Privacy screening Clumping bamboo, hop bush, Pittosporum eugenioides
In particular, there is a focus on the invasion of giant rush (Juncus ingens) and river red gum saplings (yes, they too can turn into pests) onto the Moira grass plains found within the forest, as well as the spread of other invasive plants such as arrowhead (Sagittaria graminea), and lippia (Phyla canescens) which we recently found at Barmah for the first time.
As the name implies, the operation serves two purposes: one is the distillation of essential oils from lemon grass and rose geranium grown in the area by local farmers, and the other is the extraction of the active chemical ingredient of the indigenous lippia javanica traditionally used in the region to repel mosquitoes.
This study compares VMS Importance Values of the top herbaceous species in all three years including Solidago altissima, Setaria faberil, Bromus inermis, and Lippia Ianceolata.
TO give a sunspot special treatment, make a secret enclosure using wall shrubs with distinctive smells such as the pineapple-scented Cytisus battandieri, jasmine-scented Drymis winteri, and vanilla-scented Stachyurus praecox, plus the lemon-scented Lippia citriodora.
Haarlem Honeybush, a native South African herbal tea, is made with organic honeybush, wildcrafted lippia multiflora (a traditional Gambian tea) and malic acid.