Prangos


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Pran´gos


prop. n.1.(Bot.) A genus of umbelliferous plants, one species of which (Prangos pabularia), found in Tibet, Cashmere, Afghanistan, etc., has been used as fodder for cattle. It has decompound leaves with very long narrow divisions, and a highly fragrant smell resembling that of new clover hay.
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oryzae was more repelled by Prangos acaulis (Apiaceae) [103].
Ultrasound pretreatment impact on Prangos ferulacea Lindl, and Satureja macrosiphonia Bornm.
Use of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) to detect DNA damage induced by Prangos ferulacea (Umbelliferae) essential oil against the Mediterranean flour moth Ephestia kuehniella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).
Prangos abieticola (Apiaceae), a new species from South Anatolia, Turkey.
Novel antioxidants isolated from plants of the genera Ferula, Inula, Prangos and Rheum collected in Uzbekistan.
Candidate 38 is a coumarine derivative (UNPD) identified as tschimganic ester A in Prangos tschimganica with demonstrated anti-HIV activity [46].
Antibacterial activities of Allium vineale, Chaerophyllum macropodum and Prangos ferulacea.
Coumarins and ?-pyrone derivatives from Prangos pabularia: antibacterial activity and inhibition of cytokine release.
The genus Prangos, which belongs to the Apiaceae family, consists of about 30 species.
Tokumura et al., "Novel antioxidants isolated from plants of the genera Ferula, Inula, Prangos and Rheum collected in Uzbekistan," Phytomedicine, vol.