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Arctium Lappa L. (Asteraceae); a New Invasive Highly Specific Medicinal Plant Growing in Egypt

@inproceedings{Salama2016ArctiumLL,
  title={Arctium Lappa L. (Asteraceae); a New Invasive Highly Specific Medicinal Plant Growing in Egypt},
  author={S. Salama},
  year={2016}
}
This paper describes the botanical features of Arctium lappa L. (burdock, Asteraceae), its wide diversity of chemical constituents, its use in traditional medicine as remedies for numerous health problems and its biological activities. The plant has been used traditionally as anticancer, antimicrobial and antiviral, antiallergic, antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antioxidant, cardiovascular, cytotoxic, bronchorelaxant, hepatoprotective, hypoglycemic, hypolipidemic and a detoxifying… Expand
Therapeutic Use of Some Romanian Medicinal Plants
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Yield and morphological characteristics of Burdock (Arctium lappa L.) in response to mineral fertilizer application
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A factorial experiment was conducted on Takinogawa long cultivar to achieve consistent supply of quality products and eliminate batch-to-batch variability of plant materials, and two treatments significantly outperformed the other treatments. Expand

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