Anemopsis


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Related to Anemopsis: Anemopsis californica, yerba mansa
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Noun1.Anemopsis - one species: yerba mansa
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Saururaceae, lizard's-tail family, Saururaceae - family of perennial aromatic herbs: genera Saururus, Anemopsis, Houttuynia
Anemopsis californica, yerba mansa - stoloniferous herb of southwestern United States and Mexico having a pungent rootstock and small spicate flowers with white bracts suggesting an anemone
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Antimutagenicity of methanolic extracts from anemopsis califomica in relation to their antioxidant activity.
Antiviral Achillea millefolium, MMP-2, MMP-9 Inhibition, Anti-inflam- Tanacetum vulgare matory, Wound healing, Fibroblasts proliferation Anemopsis californica Antimicrobial Penstemonambiguus Anti-inflammatory, Antimicrobial Saururuscernuus Anti-inflammatory Native Plant Key Active Agents Tribal Source Maipighia glabra Polyphenols, Nicobarese tribe Anthocyanins, (Andaman Isle) Carotenoids, Sarpagine, Alstonia macrophylla Indole alkaloids Sida cordifolia, Caffeic acid, Maroon, community Sida Indica Hypaphorine, Vasicine, (Brazil), The Vasicinone, Vasicinol Americas, Asia, Africa Rubus spp.
Isomitraphylline, Antiviral Isorhynchor-phylline, Uncarine F, Speciophylline, Formaosine Achillea MMP-2, MMP-9 Inhibition, Leucodin, Matricarin, millefolium, Anti-inflammatory, Wound Achillin, Polysacharide Tanacetum vulgare healing, Fibroblasts proliferation Anemopsis Antimicrobial Chaetocuprum, californica Cochliodone-A, Equisetin Penstemon Anti-inflammatory, Catalpol, Verbascoside, ambiguus Antimicrobial Specioside Saururuscernuus Anti-inflammatory Neolignans Native Plant Tribal Source Malpighia Nicobarese tribe glabra (Andaman Isle) Alstonia macrophylla Sida cordifolia, Maroon, community (Brazil), The Sida indica Americas, Asia, Africa Rubus spp.