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il·lic·i·um

(il-lis'ē-ŭm),
Chinese or star anise, the dried fruit of Illhicium verum (family Magnoliaceae), an evergreen shrub or small tree of southern China; used as a stimulating carminative.
[L. an allurement, fr. il-licio, to allure]
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Biomedical molecular characteristics of YBSJ extractives from Illicium Verum fruit.
El anis estrellado, Illicium rerum, Hook, pertenece a la familia de las Illiciaceae, y es una especie originaria del sur de China y Vietnam.
El genero Illicium originalmente estuvo colocado en Magnoliaceae y posteriormente fue segregado como una familia (Illiciaceae) dentro de Magnoliales.
We actually have a closely related species of Illicium, a member of the Magnolia family, growing in the garden at Erddig.
He and Moore both note that male whipnose anglerfish lack illiciums, so the video-taped fish are females.
Summary: The present study compares the protective properties of aqueous extracts of five medicinal plants, Myristica fragrans, Illicium verum, Curculigo orchioides, Glycyrrhiza glabra and Embelia ribes against lipid peroxidation in mice brain.
Essential oils from Myristica fragrans and Illicium verum showed toxicity against larvae as well as of adults of T.
Other crude herbs employed within the soup included aromatic digestives and carminatives in the form of Coriandrum sativum (coriander, fresh chopped leaf & grated roots x 1 bunch and dried powder x 2 tablespoons), Cuminum cyminum (cumin, powdered seeds x 1 tablespoon), Illicium verum (star anise, whole fruit x 3), Foeniculum vulgare (fennel, crushed seeds x 1 tablespoon), Ellettaria cardamomum (true cardamom, whole pods x 5) and a small amount of Piper nigrum (black pepper, ground fruit x 1/2 teaspoon).
Each duck was dry-cured using 100 g stir-fried salt with Illicium verum Hook.
Cancer chemopreventive activity of phenylpropanoids and phytoquinoids from Illicium plants.