Pimpinella


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Related to Pimpinella: Pimpinella anisum, Pimpinella saxifraga

Pimpinella

genus of plants in family Apiaceae; includes P. anisum. See anise.
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Quinic acid derivatives from Pimpinella brachycarpa exert anti-neuroinflammatory activity in lipopolysaccharide-induced microglia.
Quizas este pliego guarde relacion con el citado bajo el nombre Pimpinella tragium Vahl (Willkomm & Lange 1880: 97-98), donde consta como localidad <<in rupibus, campis siccis, solo praecipue calcareo, rarius: Astur.
Garden designer Luciano Giubbilei and, right, texture created with digitalis, pimpinella and ravenswing in a border or on a grander scale with trees, box and lawn
Synergistic antibacterial activity between Thymus vulgaris and Pimpinella anisum essential oils and methanol extracts [abstract].
Table 4: Infant feeding cues Early cues Change in breathing pattern Opening and closing mouth Stirring Turning head Seeking/ Rooting Mid cues Stretching Increased physical movement Hand to mouth Late cues Crying Agitated movements Turning red Adapted from (Riordan 2010) Table 5: Information on some core herbal galactagogues from the Western herbal materia medica Core Actions * / Daily Dosage Traditional Galactagogues suggestion/ Cautions Information Pimpinella Actions that may There are many anisum support galactagogue references to the (aniseed) effect: use of F.
Tagetes pusilla Kunttv Tagetes scabra Brandegee y Tagetes silenotdes Meyen & Vi&lp Planta con un fuerte olor similar al de Pimpinella anisum L.
Carex ornithopoda 8 9 Cirsium acaule 16 9 Gymnadenia conopsea 8 8 Leontodon hispidus 40 11 Linum catharticum 24 5 Ononis arvensis 68 28 Ophioglossum vulgatum 16 22 Pimpinella saxifraga 80 31 Plantago media 44 12 Primula veris 84 15 Trifolium montanum 32 8 Class Trifolio-Geranietea Agrimonia eupatoria 52 4 Origanum vulgare 16 1 Solidago virgaurea 36 .
Girolamo Parabosco's Il marinaio (1549), Comelio Lanci's Pimpinella (1588), Niccolo Secchi's Gl'inganni (1560), Giambattista Della Porta's Cintia (1601), Bemardo Dovizi da Bibbiena's Calandra (1521), the anonymously written GI'ingannati (1537), and, most famous of all, Machiavelli's Mandragola.
Effect of polyethylene glycol and its interaction with ascorbate on seed germination index in Pimpinella anisum L.
reporto el efecto acaricida del p-anisaldehido, un componente del aceite de las semillas de la Pimpinella anisum Linnaeus (17).