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(ram'yū-lŭs, -lī),
A small branch or twig; one of the terminal divisions of a ramus.
[L. dim. of ramus, a branch]
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, pl. ramuli (ram'yū-lŭs, -lī)
A small branch or twig; a terminal division of a ramus.
[L. dim. of ramus, a branch]
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LGZG decoction is comprised of four Chinese herbs: Poria (20 g), Ramulus Cinnamomi (15 g), Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae (15 g), and Radix Glycyrrhizae (10 g).
Cinnamomi ramulus, which includes cinnamic acid, has been found to be able to effectively attenuate influenza virus, inflammations, human platelet aggregation, and arachidonic acid metabolism [15] and is known for its antimicrobial activity against [16].
Seven natural herbs, Radix Astragali (35.3%), Radix Rehmanniae (14.4%), Radix Notoginseng (3.5%), Radix et Rhizoma Rhei (7.1%), Fructus Aurantii (11.5%), Fructus Corni (10.6%), and Ramulus Euonymi (17.6%), were well mixed and soaked in distilled water for 30 minutes, boiled in 10 volumes of water (v/w) for 1 h, and extracted twice.
Shi, "Antioxidant activity of the derivatives of polysaccharide extracted from a Chinese medical herb (Ramulus mori)," Food Science and Technology Research, vol.
It is distinguished from the genus Ramulus Saussure, 1862, which, according to the present interpretation, has an exclusively Asian distribution from Pakistan eastwards (Brock, Phasmida Species File Online; van Harten, pers.
Basal vein (1Rs&1M) arched, 1.5 x as long as 1cu-a; r-rs straight; areolet 0.5 x as long as r-rs; 2+3M 1.5 x as long as 4M; r-m almost entirely unpigmented; 1m-cu 0.8 x as long as 2Rs+M and 1.5 x as long as 3Cu; 1m-cu&2Rs+M sharply bent at ramulus (1Rs+M distal rudiment); ramulus long (a few times as long as wide); 2Rs+M with indistinct long bulla at about basal third; 2m-cu with two bullae and with the middle third strongly curved; 1cu-a very slightly postfurcal (almost interstitial).
The program will feature a work written for the Eugene Youth Symphony by David Ramulus called "Symfari." The piece, which introduces all the instruments in the orchestra, will be narrated by North Eugene High School drama and choral director Al Villanueva.
Pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of cinnamic acid after oral administration of Ramulus cinnamomi in rats.
SCRT is composed of Rhizoma Pinelliae, Herba Ephedrae, Radix Paeoniae, Fructus Schisandrae, Herba Asari, Rhizoma Zingiberis, Ramulus Cinnamomi, and Radix Glycyrrhizae (Table 1).
(2001:254) misidentified male Ramulus caii (Brock & Seow-Choen, 2000) as Entoria formosana Shiraki, 1911 which is restricted to Taiwan and not found in Hong Kong.
While capitula are consistently absent on the eggs of phasmids that bury or glue their eggs--in which case predation by birds and retrieval by ants is less likely--capitula are also missing in several species and genera that do drop their eggs, such as Ramulus (Hughes & Westoby 1992).