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Origin of extant domesticated sunflowers in eastern North America
- Abigail V. Harter, K. Gardner, D. Falush, D. Lentz, R. Bye, L. Rieseberg
- Geography, Medicine
- 8 July 2004
It is shown that extant domesticates arose in eastern North America, with a substantial genetic bottleneck occurring during domestication. Expand
The role of humans in the diversification of plants in Mexico.
Anti-Helicobacter pylori activity of plants used in Mexican traditional medicine for gastrointestinal disorders.
- Israel Castillo-Juárez, V. González, +4 authors I. Romero
- Journal of ethnopharmacology
- 18 March 2009
AIM OF THE STUDY Helicobacter pylori is the major etiological agent of chronic active gastritis and peptic ulcer disease and is linked to gastric carcinoma. Treatment to eradicate the bacteria failed… Expand
Diversity and origins of the phanerogamic flora of Mexico.
Historical factors and biological diversity in Mexico.
comparative chemical composition of agastache mexicana subsp mexicana and a-mexicana subsp xolocotziana
Chemical composition dissimilarities between the two taxa support their recognition as distinct subspecies of Agastache. Expand
Sunflower domestication alleles support single domestication center in eastern North America
- B. Blackman, M. Scascitelli, +5 authors L. Rieseberg
- Biology, Medicine
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 15 August 2011
Evidence from multiple evolutionarily important loci and from neutral markers supports a single domestication event for extant cultivated sunflower in eastern North America. Expand
Composition, floristic affinities, and origins of the canopy tree flora of the Mexican Atlantic slope rain forest.
α-glucosidase inhibitors from Brickellia cavanillesii.
- S. Escandón-Rivera, M. González-Andrade, R. Bye, E. Linares, A. Navarrete, R. Mata
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of natural products
- 15 May 2012
An aqueous extract from the aerial parts of Brickellia cavanillesii attenuated postprandial hyperglycemia in diabetic mice during oral glucose and sucrose tolerance tests and showed potent inhibitory activity against yeast α-glucosidase. Expand