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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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Tested but found ineffective against Pseudomonas aeruginosawere enzymes extracted from the stems ofagayap di nuang (Drynaria cordata).
and Cymbidium fynlaisonianum) and four ferns (Drynaria sparsisora, Platy-cerium grande, Pyrrosia adnascens, and Pyrrosia longifolia).
Liang, "Progress on chemical constituents and biological activities of Drynaria fortunei," Strait Pharmaceutical Journal, vol.
Wang et al., "Drynaria fortunei-derived total flavonoid fraction and isolated compounds exert oestrogen-like protective effects in bone," The British Journal of Nutrition, vol.
Brown Polypodiaceae Arthromeris lungtauensis Ching 14 Drynaria roosii Nakaike 5 Lemmaphyllum carnosum 14 (Wallich ex J.
Davallia mariesii Moore, known as Drynaria rhizome (DR) ("gol-se-bo" in Korean and "gu-sui-bu" in Chinese), is a traditional Korean and Chinese medicine known for its efficacy in treating inflammation, osteoporosis, traumatic brain injury, and arteriosclerosis [7, 8].
Catechin; Epicatechin; Piceid; Gallic acid ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]) Fructus psoraleae Essential oils; Saponins; Flavonoids; ([TEXT NOT Astragalin; Bavachin; Monoterpenes; Resin; REPRODUCIBLE Stigmasterol; IN ASCII.]) Drynaria fortunei Hesperidin; Naringin; Sting-masterol; (Kunze) J.
Naringin is considered the main effective compound of Drynaria Rhizome, which is used commonly in the treatment of osteoporosis in traditional Chinese medicine.