ACHILLEA FRAGRANTISSIMA PDF

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The extract of Achillea fragrantissima (Af), which is a desert plant that has been used for many years in traditional medicine for the treatment of. Authority, (Forssk.) Sch. Bip. Family, Magnoliopsida:Asteridae:Asterales: Compositae. Synonyms, Santolina fragrantissima Forssk. Common names, lavender. The composition of hydro-distilled oils of Achillea fragrantissima inflorescence ( fresh and dry) at the pre- and flowering stages was evaluated by.

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Achillea – Wikipedia

In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. The genus was named after the Greek mythological character Achilles. International Association for Plant Taxonomy.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The genus is native primarily to Europetemperate areas of Asiaand North America. According to legend, Achilles’ soldiers used fragrantiissima to treat their wounds, [6] hence some of its common names such as allheal and bloodwort.

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In the present study, the ethanolic extract prepared from Af was tested for its anti-inflammatory effects on lipopolysaccharide LPS -activated primary cultures of brain microglial cells. Cell viability was assessed using Lactate dehydrogenase LDH activity in the media conditioned by the cells or by the crystal violet cell staining.

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Achillea species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species – see list of Lepidoptera that feed on Achillea.

In the present study, extracts from axhillea different desert plants were tested for their effect on lipopolysaccharide LPS – induced production of NO by primary microglial cells.

Retrieved from ” https: These plants typically have frilly, hairy, aromatic leaves. A number of species – notably A.

Achillea fragrantissima (Forssk.) | Flora of Israel Online

For other uses, see Achillea disambiguation. The extract of Achillea fragrantissima Afwhich is a desert plant that has been used for many years in traditional medicine for the treatment of various diseases, was the most efficient extract, and was further studied for additional fragrantissima effects in these cells. This page was last edited on 30 Mayat Nearly 1, names have been published within the genus Achilleaat or below the level of species.

Silvery Yarrow Achillea clavenae.

Sources differ widely as to which of these should be recognized as species which ones merit subspecies or variety status, and which ones should be relegated to the dustbin of synonymy.

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NO levels secreted by the activate cells were measured using Griess achilpea, ROS levels were measured by 2’7′-dichlorofluorescein diacetate DCF-DAMMP-9 activity was measured using gel zymography, and the protein levels of the proinflammatory enzymes cyclooxygenase-2 COX-2 and induced nitric oxide synthase iNOS were measured achillra Western blot analysis. Sweet Yarrow Achillea ageratum. Views Read Edit View history. Fernleaf Yarrow Achillea filipendula.

The fragrzntissima process plays a central role in the initiation and progression of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, and involves the activation of brain microglial cells.

During the neuroinflammatory process, microglial cells release proinflammatory mediators such as cytokines, matrix metalloproteinases MMPReactive oxygen species ROS and nitric oxide NO.

Anti-neuroinflammatory effects of the extract of Achillea fragrantissima.

The plants show large, fragraantissima clusters of small flowers at the top of the stem. The flowers can be white, yellow, orange, pink or red and are generally visited by many insects, and are thus characterised by a generalised pollination system. Achillea Asteraceae genera Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus.