SEVEN NEW SPECIES AND ONE NEW VARIETY OF VALERIANA (VALERIANACEAE) FROM MEXICO
- Some Important Abuses Practiced Upon the Valerian. // Clinical Pediatrics;Nov1972, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p655
Provides information about the medical efficacy of valerian. Effect of valerian on the central nervous system; Characteristic odor of the plant; Distinction between genuine and false valerian.
- Authentication of Valerianaprocera Kunth and Comparative Account of Five Valeriana Species. Joshi, Vaishali C.; Navarrete, Andres; Khan, Ikhlas A. // Journal of AOAC International;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p1621
The article discusses the use of the commercially important species Valeriana procera Kunth as a substitute for Valeriana officinalis L., an important sedative in herbal medicine. A detailed macroscopic and microscopic account was provided for Valeriana procera Kunth. A comparison was made...
- Evaluation of Some Iranian Wild Species from Valerianaceae as Commercial Sources of Valepotriates. Hassan, Ebrahimzadeh; Tayebeh, Radjabian; Samaneh, Ekhteraei Tousi; Vahid, Niknam; Vali-O-Allah, Mozaffarian // Journal of Biological Sciences;2008, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p549
The aim of the present study was to characterize some Iranian wild species of Valerianaceae with respect to their contents of valepotriates. Identification of these compounds which are known as reliable markers in Valerianaceae family was achieved using TLC and UV-spectrophotometry methods....
- Valeriana officinalis. // Alternative Medicine Review;Dec2004, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p438
Presents information on valeriana officinalis, a plant specie from the genus Valeriana. Therapeutic use; Amino acid components of the plant; Side effects and toxicity.
- Fumigant Toxicity of Oriental Sweetgum (Liquidambar orientalis) and Valerian (Valeriana wallichii) Essential Oils and Their Components, Including Their Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitory Activity, against Japanese Termites (Reticulitermes speratus). Park, Il-Kwon // Molecules;Aug2014, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p12547
This study investigated the fumigant toxicity of oriental sweetgum (Liquidambar orientalis) and valerian (Valeriana wallichii) essential oils and their components against the Japanese termite (Reticulitermes speratus). The fumigant toxicity of oriental sweetgum and valerian oil differed...
- Identification of new cytotypes of Valeriana jatamansi Jones, 1970 (Valerianaceae) from North-Western Himalayan region of India. Rani, Savita; Sharma, Tilak Raj; Kapila, Rakesh; Chahota, Rakesh Kumar // Comparative Cytogenetics;2015, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p499
Valeriana jatamansi, a medicinally important species of the family Valerianaceae, has been cytologically studied in different geographical areas of North-Western Himalayan region of India. Te tetraploid cytotype with chromosome numbers 2n=32 is in conformity with the earlier reports of the...
- Valeriana officinalis Dry Plant Extract for Direct Compression: Preparation and Characterization. GALLO, Loreana; RAM�REZ-RIGO, Mar�a Veronica; PI�A, Juliana; PALMA, Santiago; ALLEMANDI, Daniel; BUCAL�, Ver�nica // Scientia Pharmaceutica;2012, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p1013
Valeriana officinalis L. (Valerianaceae) is one of the most widely used plants for the treatment of anxiety and insomnia. Usually dry plant extracts, including V. officinalis, are hygroscopic materials with poor physico-mechanical properties that can be directly compressed. A V. officinalis dry...
- Valeriana wallichii DC, a New Chemotype from Northwestern Himalaya. Mathela, Chandra S.; Tiwari, Mamta; Sammal, Subhash S.; Chanotiya, Chandan S. // Journal of Essential Oil Research;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p672
The major constituents of the oils from roots and rhizomes of Valeriana wallichii DC were separated and characterized by GC, GC/MS and NMR (Â¹H- and 13C-). The chemical compositions of the oils show two chemotypes within Valeriana wallichii. The type-I was characterized by presence of maaliol...
- Centranthus ruber (Valerianaceae) adventicia en la RepÃºblica Argentina. DELUCCHI, GUSTAVO // Multequina: Latin American Journal of Natural Resources;2013, Vol. 22, p1
This paper includes the first record of Centranthus ruber (L.) DC. as adventive species for Argentina (Buenos Aires, Jujuy and Mendoza). A description, illustration, uses, considerations about its naturalization and a key of Valerianaceae adventitious in Argentina are given.