Olea europaea


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Olea europaea

(ō′lē-ă ūr″ŏ-pē′ă) [L., European olive]
The scientific name for the olive tree. Allergens in the fruit may cause anaphylaxis in susceptible individuals. Abbreviated Ole by the World Health Organization.
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Plant growth and yield responses in olive (Olea europaea) to different irrigation levels in an arid region of Argentina.
Figura 2--Estabelecimento in vitro de segmentos nodais de cultivares de Olea europaea L.
(27) The antiallergic effect of olive (Olea europaea) oil or its extract revealed via anti-histaminic immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects.
Bigerh, "The beginning of olive (Olea europaea) cultivation in the old world: a reassessment," Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.
Capdevila et al., "Historical biogeography of olive domestication (Olea europaea L.) as revealed by geometrical morphometry applied to biological and archaeological material," Journal of Biogeography, vol.
The relative frequency revealed that Juniperus procera was the most frequent species with frequency of 94.12 followed by Olea europaea, Maytenus arbutifolia, Osyris Quadripartite, Acacia abyssinica, Dodonaea viscosa, Allophylus abyssinicus, Calpurnia aurea, Rhus glutinosa, and Clutia abyssinica.
Thus, the adoption of the SAD proposed in this paper to evaluate olive leaf spot severity, can reduce the subjectivity of the estimates and provided better information for epidemiological studies on the Fusicladium oleagineum Olea europaea pathosystem under humid subtropical climate conditions.
Pacientes diabeticos do Marrocos, onde e comum o uso de fitoterapicos, dentre as plantas mais utilizadas entre eles para tratamento do diabetes esta a Olea Europaea, sendo a parte da planta que utilizam sao as folhas (Alami e Colaboradores, 2015), outro resultado semelhante aparece em pesquisa realizada na Argelia, em entrevista com 200 pessoas, inclusive medicos, que citaram a Olea Europaea como uma das plantas mais frequentemente utilizadas no tratamento de diabetes (Amel, 2013).
This study was performed in an experimental olive grove (Olea europaea L.) located in Central Spain, in southern Madrid (40[degrees]4'21"N, 3[degrees]31'n"W).
HS: Hibiscus sabdariffa OE: Olea europaea BP: Blood pressure eNOS: Endothelial nitric oxide synthase iNOS: Induced nitric oxide synthase ROS: Reactive oxygen species RNS: Reactive nitrogen species LPO: Lipid peroxidation MDA: Malondialdehyde VSMCs: Vascular smooth muscle cells ACE: Angiotensin-converting enzyme L-NAME: N(G)-Nitro-L-arginine-methyl ester RAS: Renin angiotensin system Ang II: Angiotensin II.