Cetraria islandica


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Noun1.Cetraria islandica - lichen with branched flattened partly erect thallus that grows in mountainous and Arctic regionsCetraria islandica - lichen with branched flattened partly erect thallus that grows in mountainous and Arctic regions; used as a medicine or food for humans and livestock; a source of glycerol
Cetraria, genus Cetraria - foliose lichens chiefly of northern latitudes
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Parmeliaceae includes several commonly known groups of lichens such as the Iceland moss (Cetraria islandica), beard-lichens (Usnea sp.), and the Oakmoss (Evernia prunastri) [5].
was isolated from the lichen Cetraria islandica (L.) Ach.
As an important morphological group, cetrarioid lichens are one of the most studied lichen taxa for their phylogeny, secondary chemistry, bioactivities and uses in folk medicines, especially the lichen Cetraria islandica. However, insufficient structure elucidation and discrepancy in bioactivity results could be found in a few studies.
(7) 3 -- Onagraceae: Chamerion angustifolium 4 le, st, (L.) Holub fl Chamerion angustifolium 8 le, st, (L.) Holub fl Chamerion latifolium 4 le, st, (L.) Holub fl Chamerion latifolium 4 le, st, (L.) Holub fl Chamerion latifolium 4 fl (L.) Holub Orchidaceae: Plantanthera hyperboreum 5 -- (L.) Lindley Orobanchaceae: Euphrasia frigida Pugsley 5 -- Palmariaceae: Palmaria palmata (8) 3 -- Palmaria palmata (8) 5 -- Parmeliaceae: Cetraria islandica 5 -- (L.) Acharius (8) Phaeophyceae: Alaria sp.
Aslan, "Determination of antioxidant activity of lichen Cetraria islandica (L) Ach," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
Cetraria islandica (L.) Ach.--10: MR (MA-Lich 16397), SM (MA-Lich 16357), Sue.
For several diseases she mentioned the use of different plants (e.g., cough and tuberculosis treated with Juniperus communis L., Viburnum opulus L., Cetraria islandica (L.) Ach., Achillea millefolium L., Menyanthes trifoliata L.; kidney and bladder diseases treated with Jovibarba sobolifera (Sims) Opiz and Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng., etc.), while according to her boils were to be treated only with P.
The ability of the enzyme to hydrolyze the various substrates was investigated by using oat spelts xylan (0.5%, w/v), Cetraria islandica lichenan (0.5%, w/v), avicel (0.5%, w/v), p-nitrophenyl-b-D-glucopyranoside (3 mM) and p-nitrophenyl-b-D-xylopyronoside (3 mM).