Drynaria


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Noun1.Drynaria - large robust epiphytic ferns of tropical forest and scrub; Africa and Asia and Australia
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
family Polypodiaceae, Polypodiaceae - ferns: a large family that in some classification systems has been subdivided into several families (including Aspleniaceae and Blechnaceae and Davalliaceae and Dennstaedtiaceae and Dryopteridaceae and Oleandraceae and Pteridaceae)
Drynaria rigidula, basket fern - giant epiphytic or lithophytic fern; Asia to Polynesia and Australia
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Naringin is considered the main effective compound of Drynaria Rhizome, which is used commonly in the treatment of osteoporosis in traditional Chinese medicine.
Naringin has been reported as the main effective component of Drynaria Rhizome, which can induce the expression of the osteogenic markers in the osteoblast cell line and BMSC (Zhang et al.
In an analogous way, the humus-collecting fronds of larger Platycerium or Drynaria individuals allow these canopy-dwelling ferns to obtain more nutrients, while juveniles only feature green fronds (Goebel, 1913).
492 Polypodiaceae Dipteris conjugata 493 Drynaria quercifolia 494 Microsorum sarawakensis 495 Platycerium coronarium 496 Polypodium verrucosum 497 Schizaceae Lygodium flexuosum 498 Lygodium microphyllum 499 Schizaea dichotoma 500 Selaginellaceae Selaginella sp.
Keywords: Drynaria fortunei Flavonoid aglycones Osteoblastic UMR 106 cells Differentiation Mineralization
Effect of Drynaria baronii rhizome extracts on the proliferation in osteoblast-like UMR106 cells.
Over the many years of subsequent research additional examples of ferns with foliar nectaries have been added to the list: Platycerium (Dummer, 1911); the Aglaomorpha and Drynaria group (Luttge, 1971; Zamora and Vargas, 1974; Potes, 2010); Polybotrya and Pleopeltis (as Polypodium) (Koptur, 1982; Koptur et al.
Following the previously published molecular systematic studies of leptosporangiate ferns (Schuettpelz and Pryer, 2007), in which it is well established that eupolypods II is most closely related to eupolypods I, we selected Drynaria rigidula, Dryopteris uniform& and Polypodium vulgate as outgroups.
Thirdly, in contrast to the above, there are some endangered pteridophytes, like Hemigramma decurrens, Drynaria rigidula and Leptochilus cantoniensis, that exist both within and outside the nature reserves but grow well because of their wider distribution and apparently better adaptability.
In vitro culture of Drynaria fortunei, a fern species source of Chinese medicine "Gu-Sui-Bu".
The contribution of these data to cladistic analyses of Drynaria and Aglaomorpha is discussed.
The Drynaria type of development is characteristic of Cheiropleuriaceae, Dipteridaceae, Gleicheniaceae, Lomariopsidaceae, Loxomaceae, Thelypteridaceae and the majority of the Polypodiaceae genera (Nayar and Kaur, 1969).