* William Langford A leading golf architect long after his playing days, the Chicago native was co-creator with partner Theodore Moreau of several distinguished courses, including Lawsonia
Links in Wisconsin, Wakonda in Iowa, Butterfield Country Club in Oak Brook and Kankakee Elks.
Memory enhancing activity of Lawsonia
The Islamic Botanical Garden features 50 plants mentioned in the Holy Quran including tamarisk, Christ's thorn, palms, Punica granatum (pomegranates), grapes, figs, olives, basil, eucalyptus, ginger, Acacia tortilis, Buxus dioicaC[degrees], Salvadora persica and Lawsonia
Among the plants are tamarisk, Christ's thorn, palms, Punica granatum (pomegranates), grapes, figs, olives, basil, eucalyptus, ginger, Acacia tortilis, Buxus dioica, Salvadora persica and Lawsonia
An ancient plant Lawsonia
inermis (henna): Determination of in vitro antifungal activity against dermatophytes species.
Malasia (18) sativum), Cymbopogon citratus, Curruma longa, Croton caudatus, Lawsonia
inermis e Piper betel.
DC., Heimia salicifolia Link, Lawsonia
inermis L., and Lythrum alatum Pursh.
PPD is used to intensify color produced by henna (lawsonia
intermis) and to decrease the time span for dying5.
Other analyses were performed on the fecal samples using previously described methods, including: detection of Lawsonia
intracellularis by PCR (JONES et al., 1993), isolation and genotyping of Clostridium perfringens (DINIZ et al., 2017), isolation of Escherichia coli using MacConkey agar (Prodimol Biotechnology, Brazil) followed by detection of common virulence genes for diarrheagenic E.
The histopathological lesions of epithelial hyperplasia, glandular adenomatosis, necrosis, haemorrhages and thrombosis of blood vessels and the detection (Figure 3b) of curved intracellular bacteria in epithelial cells (a morphology compatible with Lawsonia
intracellularis) by WS silver staining were considered sufficient evidence to establish the diagnosis .
Three plant extracts used as natural UV protectants were: henna, Lawsonia
The colouring properties of henna (Lawsonia
inermis) have been known for centuries.