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Nutritional evaluation of Rhus chinensis Mill Heimang

Nutritional Evaluation Of Rhus Chinensis Mill Heimang

Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge Vol 18(1), January 2019, pp 16-24 Nutritional evaluation of Rhus chinensis Mill. (Heimang) and development of value added products Memthoi Devi Heirangkhongjam*,1,2, Iboyaima Singh Ngaseppam1,2 1Department of Fruit and Vegetable Technology, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysuru 570 020, India.

Antibacterial and cell envelope damaging properties of

Antibacterial And Cell Envelope Damaging Properties Of

R. chinensis Mill locally known in Sikkim as Bhakiamilo5 is adioecious shrub 6 belonging to the family Anacardiaceae. The genus Rhus commonly known as Sumac7 contains 250 species distributed in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of Asia8. Sikkim is a north eastern state of India and is a biodiversity hotspot region9. In Sikkim, R ...

Chinese sumac Rhus chinensis Mill fruits alleviate

Chinese Sumac Rhus Chinensis Mill Fruits Alleviate

Ethnopharmacological relevance According to traditional Chinese medicine and a previous literature, many parts of Chinese sumac (Rhus chinensis Mill.), including fruits, are used as traditional herb to prevent or cure many diseases, such as inflammation, diarrhea, malaria, and other acute or chronic gastrointestinal diseases. However, the effects of the fruits on the prevention of gastric ...

Woody species Rhus chinensis Mill seedlings tolerance to

Woody Species Rhus Chinensis Mill Seedlings Tolerance To

Screening potential plant species is a crucial consideration in phytoremediation technology. Our previous study demonstrated that Rhus chinensis Mill. seedlings had potentials for phytoremediation of Pb contaminated soil. However, its bioaccumulation and tolerance characteristics remain unclear. Seedling growth, LMWOAs secreted by roots, Pb ...

Molecular response of gall induction by aphid

Molecular Response Of Gall Induction By Aphid

RESEARCH ARTICLE Molecular response ofgallinduction byaphid Schlechtendalia chinensis (Bell) attack on Rhus chinensis Mill Haiying Wanga, Kai Cuia, Shuxia Shaoa, Juan Liua, Hang Chena, Chao Wangb, Haixia Wua, Zixiang Yanga, Qin Lua, Kirst King-Jonesc and Xiaoming Chena aChinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Resources Insects, Key Laboratory of Cultivating and Utilization of ...

SUPPORTING INFORMATION Mill against ethanol

Supporting Information Mill Against Ethanol

Table S1 Phenolic compounds identified in Rhus chinensis Mill. fruits by UHPLC-ESI-HRMS/MS in negative mode. Values are expressed as the mean S.D. (n 3, g/g of dry extract) each standard curve was set with five different concentrations from 5.00 to 100.00 g/mL depending on the response intensity. Gallic acid standard was used for quantifying the compounds 3,4,5 and 6 myricetin-3-O ...

Rhus chinensis Mill GBIF

Rhus Chinensis Mill Gbif

Rhus chinensis var. glabra S.B.Liang Rhus japonica Buch.-Ham. Rhus japonica Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don Rhus javanica f. toyohashiensis (Hayashi) Satomi Rhus javanica var. chinensis (Mill.) T.Yamaz. Rhus javanica var. toyohashiensis Hayashi Rhus osbeckii Carrire Rhus osbeckii DC. Rhus osbeckii DC. ex Steud. Rhus semialata Brandis Rhus semialata ...

Rhus chinensis Mill A medicinal plant with promising

Rhus Chinensis Mill A Medicinal Plant With Promising

Oct 01, 2021 The fruit of Rhus chinensis Mill. is traditionally used for the treatment of kidney diseases and urinary stones. The present work investigated the effectiveness of the extract obtained from the R. chinensis fruit pulp (RCFP) (water extract) on the inhibition of calcium oxalate (CaOx) crystallization in-vitro, at different concentrations (110 mg/mL).

Identification of reliable reference genes for

Identification Of Reliable Reference Genes For

Aug 17, 2021 Rhus chinensis Mill. (RCM) is the host plant of Galla chinensis, which is valued in traditional medicine.Environmental temperature directly determines the probability of gallnut formation and RCM growth. At present, there is no experiment to systematically analyse the stability of internal reference gene (RG) expression in RCM.

Journal of Environmental Sciences

Journal Of Environmental Sciences

Woody species Rhus chinensis Mill. seedlings tolerance to Pb Physiological and biochemical response Xiang Shi,Shufeng Wang,Dongxue Wang,Haijing Sun,Yitai Chen,Jianfeng Liu,Zeping Jiang 2019,31(4)63-73 Abstract (467) View PDF 1.18 M (466)

Potential underutilized oil resources from the fruit and

Potential Underutilized Oil Resources From The Fruit And

Mar 01, 2019 The weight fractions of the collected Rhus chinensis Mill fruits are shown in Table 1.The fresh fruits of three Rhus chinensis Mill cultivars had pulps with percentages ranging from 23.69 0.98% to 25.12 1.36% and seeds with percentages ranging from 74.88 0.81% to 76.31 1.03%. As presented in Table 1, the shells were the main part of the Rhus chinensis Mill seeds, with the relative ...

Antioxidant and antigenotoxic activities of ethanol

Antioxidant And Antigenotoxic Activities Of Ethanol

Aug 31, 2014 Ethanol extracts were obtained from Rhus chinensis Mill (RCM) leaves and used for antioxidant and antigenotoxic activity assays. IC50 values in DPPH assays were 15.96, 18.83, 20.43, 27.93, 37.43, 46.21, and 141.84 g/mL for TPP, IPE, LLE, Vc, CE, BHT, and Trolox. Similar results were obtained using ABTS and FRAP assays. In vivo testing showed strong antioxidant activities that were

Rhus chinensis Mill The Plant List

Rhus Chinensis Mill The Plant List

Mar 23, 2012 Rhus. Rhus chinensis Mill. Rhus chinensis Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Rhus (family Anacardiaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details Gard. Dict. ed. 8 7 1768.

The AntiTumor Effect and Mechanism of Triterpenoids in

The Antitumor Effect And Mechanism Of Triterpenoids In

May 20, 2021 Rhus chinensis Mill. is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which is commonly used for cancer treatments. Our previous work had proven that triterpenoids of Rhus chinensis (TER) could effectively regulate glycolysis involved in colorectal cancer (CRC) and play an important role in the prevention of T-cells dysfunction. This study aimed to systematically investigate the effects and

ACTIVE COMPONENTS IN LEAVES OF RHUS

Active Components In Leaves Of Rhus

Rhus chinensis Mill. is a Chinese traditional medicine used to treat different types of solid tumors 1-4. The purpose of our research is to explore the active ingredients of . Rhus chinensis Mill., in order to improve the current utilization rate and to determine further applications. Methodology. Test materials. Rhus chinensis Mill

PDF Morphological and anatomical studies of the

Pdf Morphological And Anatomical Studies Of The

p Rhus chinensis Mill. (Anacardiaceae) has been reported as a new record for the flora of Turkey. Detailed morphological description and leaf anatomical properties are provided.

Phytochemical bioaccessibility and in vitro antidiabetic

Phytochemical Bioaccessibility And In Vitro Antidiabetic

Jul 06, 2021 Phytochemical bioaccessibility and in vitro antidiabetic effects of Chinese sumac (Rhus chinensis Mill.) fruits after a simulated digestion insights into the mechanisms with molecular docking analysis. ... Unlimited viewing of the article PDF and any associated supplements and figures. Article can not be printed. Article can not be downloaded.

In vitro digestive activity and stability study of Rhus

In Vitro Digestive Activity And Stability Study Of Rhus

Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources Vol. 12(3), September 2021, pp. 472-479 In vitro digestive activity and stability study of Rhus chinensis Mill. fruit and its value-added products Memthoi Devi Heirangkhongjam1,2* and Iboyaima Singh Ngaseppam1,2 1Department of Fruit and Vegetable Technology, CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysuru 570020, Karnataka, India

PDF Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis folklore to

Pdf Rhus Chinensis And Galla Chinensis Folklore To

The species Rhus chinensis Mill. (Anacardiaceae) is an important representative of the genus Rhus, which contains over 250 individual species found in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Rhus chinensis has long been used by folk medicine

Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis folklore to modern

Rhus Chinensis And Galla Chinensis Folklore To Modern

Nov 22, 2010 The species Rhus chinensis Mill. (Anacardiaceae) is an important representative of the genus Rhus, which contains over 250 individual species found in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Rhus chinensis has long been used by folk medicine practitioners in Asia.

The preventive effect and underlying mechanism of Rhus

The Preventive Effect And Underlying Mechanism Of Rhus

The purpose of this research was to explore the preventive effect of an 80% ethanol extract of Rhus chinensis Mill. fruits on dextran sulfate sodium (DSS)-induced colitis in mice and to elucidate the underlying molecular mechanisms of this effect. The results indicated that the extract, especially when administered at a high dose, could dramatically decrease the disease activity index ...

Bioaccumulation and detoxification mechanisms for lead

Bioaccumulation And Detoxification Mechanisms For Lead

A greenhouse experiment was conducted to assay the bioaccumulation and tolerance characteristics of Rhus chinensis Mill. to lead (Pb). The effects of exposing R. chinensis Mill seedlings to increasing Pb concentrations (0, 250, 500, 100mgkg-1) in the soil were assessed by measuring Pb accumulation, subcellular distribution, ultrastructure, photosynthetic characteristics, antioxidative enzyme ...

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

Journal Of Pharmaceutical And Biological Sciences

Abstract. Rhus chinensis Mill. (Anacardiaceae), occurs as a deciduous tree in India, China, Korea, Japan and south eastern Asia. Its leaf decoction is used to treat haemoptysis, inflammations, laryngitis, skin rashes, snake bite, stomach-ache and traumatic fractures. The fruits and seeds are taken to relieve coughs, diarrhea, dysentery, fevers ...

Identification and Comparison of Tannins in Gall of Rhus

Identification And Comparison Of Tannins In Gall Of Rhus

Apr 15, 2020 Introduction. Herbal medicines have become increasingly popular throughout the world and have been commonly used for preventive and therapeutic purposes since ancient times ().There are two significant galls in the Chinese pharmacopoeia as a source of tannin gall of Rhus chinensis Mill. (Chinese galls) and gall of Quercus infectoria Oliv. (Turkish galls) ().

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Rhus javanica Rhus javanica var. chinensis .

Gastroprotective effect and mechanisms of Chinese sumac

Gastroprotective Effect And Mechanisms Of Chinese Sumac

This paper aimed to study the effect of the phenolic-rich fraction from Chinese sumac fruits against ethanol-induced gastric ulcer in mice and to further elucidate the potential mechanisms. Results showed that the phenolic-rich fraction of the fruits significantly decreased the ulcer index, restored the leve

Microenvironmental analysis of two alternating hosts and

Microenvironmental Analysis Of Two Alternating Hosts And

Jan 16, 2020 The horned sumac gall, found on the host plant Rhus chinensis (Mill), is induced by an aphid Schlechtendalia chinensis (Bell) and is the result

1 YuZhu Wang2 Yang Yu2 PeiHao Yin Ke Xu

1 Yuzhu Wang2 Yang Yu2 Peihao Yin Ke Xu

Dec 10, 2020 Rhus chinensis Mill. is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which is commonly used for cancer treatments. Our previous work had proven that triterpenoids of Rhus chinensis (TER) could effectively regulate glycolysis involved in colorectal cancer (CRC) and play an important role in the prevention of T-cells dysfunction.

Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Tropical Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research

Rhus chinensis Mill. extract (RCME) significantly decreased malondialdehyde (MDA, 0.18 0.02 umol/L) and superoxide dismutase (SOD, 0.76 0.05 U/mg protein) in DEN-induced liver cirrhosis in rats (p 0.01) when compared with model group.

Chinese sumac Rhus chinensis Mill fruits alleviate

Chinese Sumac Rhus Chinensis Mill Fruits Alleviate

Chinese sumac (Rhus chinensis Mill.) belongs to the family Anacardiaceae and is widely distributed around world (Wu et al., 2019). According to folk records, some parts of this plant, including the fruits, are traditionally used as herbs to cure diarrhea, malaria, dysentery and other gastrointestinal diseases (Djakpo and Yao, 2010).

The free esterified and insolublebound phenolic

The Free Esterified And Insolublebound Phenolic

Jan 01, 2018 Rhus chinensis Mill. (commonly called Chinese sumac) belongs to the genus Rhus . This plant family has been extensively investigated for instance, the antioxidant activities of R. hirta L. ( Wu et al., 2013 ), the antimicrobial activities of R. typhina L. ( Kossah, Zhang, Chen, 2011 ), and the anti-inflammatory activities of R. hirta L ...

Triterpenoids Extracted from Rhus chinensis Mill Act

Triterpenoids Extracted From Rhus Chinensis Mill Act

Background Rhus chinensis Mill is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) mostly used to treat several cancer types. Although previous studies have found that certain ingredients of R. chinensis such as flavonoids can inhibit tumor cell proliferation e.g. colorectal cancer (CRC), systematic research on the mechanism underlying anticancer effect of active compounds like triterpenoids (TER) is ...

Ethnomedicinal Knowledge Verification for the

Ethnomedicinal Knowledge Verification For The

Abstract Background Ethnobotanical survey in the rural villages in Nepal revealed that the fruits of Rhus chinensis Mill. have been using for the treatment of diarrhea and dysentery.Objective To evaluate antimicrobial and antioxidant effects, and identification of chemical constituents in the fruits of R. chinensis.Materials and Methods Phytochemical screening was performed on the hexane ...