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Verbesina encelioides: Perspective and potentials of a noxious weed

  title={Verbesina encelioides: Perspective and potentials of a noxious weed},
  author={S. C. Jain and Renuka Jain and R. K. Singh and E. Menghani},
  journal={Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge},
Verbesina encelioides (Cav.) Benth. & Hook. Fil ex Gray (Asteraceae) regarded as a notorious weed and an ornamental garden plant has found various uses in folk medicine in different parts of the world. This plant possesses analgesic, emetic, febrifuge and insecticidal actions but is mildly toxic to small ruminants, which is attributed to the relative amount of galegine. V. encelioides also produces a number of metabolites like flavonoids, terpenoids, sesquiterpenes and essential oils, etc. in… 

Chemical Constituents From the Aerial Roots of Ficus benghalensis L., Leaves of Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L. and Roots of Verbesina encelioides (Cav.) Benth. et Hook. f.

The structures of these phytoconstituents have been established on the basis of spectral data analysis and chemical reactions.

Cytotoxic and Antimicrobial Activities of Some Compositae Plants Growing in Taif Area , Saudi Arabia

The cytotoxic study revealed that Osteospermum vaillantii and Onopordum heteracanthum have a promising cytotoxicity against different cancer cell lines that somehow show some selectivity toward certain cancer cell types.

Chemical Constituents From the Aerial Roots of Ficus benghalensis L . , Leaves of Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L . and Roots of Verbesina encelioides ( Cav . ) Benth . et

Ficus benghalensis L. (Moraceae) is a native to tropical Asia. Its aerial roots are styptic and taken to alleviate biliousness, dysentery, liver inflammation, jaundice, spermatorrhoea, syphilis and

Antiprotozoal activity of major constituents from the bioactive fraction of Verbesina encelioides

The isolated constituents showed less antiprotozoal activity than the crude fraction of Verbesina encelioides, and were non-cytotoxic.

Micropropagation of Verbesina encelioides - an invasive weed.

An efficient protocol for in vitro micropropagation of V. encelioides (Cav.) Benth. & Hook. fil. ex Gray, a medicinal weed, through hypocotyl segments of seedlings was developed on Murashige and

Species diversity and ethnobotanical inventory of wild flora used by the folk community of Shinghar Balochistan, Pakistan

Abstract. Haq AU, Saeed S, Ahmed A. 2021. Species diversity and ethnobotanical inventory of wild flora used by the folk community of Shinghar Balochistan, Pakistan. Nusantara Bioscience 13: 148-157.

Antibacterial activity and cytotoxicity of selected Egyptian medicinal plants.

The results of the present investigation provided supportive data for the possible use of the plant extracts investigated herein, mostly F. hermonis and V. vinifera in the treatment of bacterial infections and jaeschkeanadiol p-hydroxybenzoate in the control of cancer diseases.

Appearance of new weeds in Punjab

Weed monitoring and survey was conducted to detect appearance of new weed species. Ten new weed species namely Galium spurium Linn. (family Rubiaceae), Geranium nepalense Sweet (family Geraniaceae),

A new variant of Croton yellow vein mosaic virus naturally infecting wild sunflower in India

The results showed that the wild sunflower is a new alternate host of CYVMV, and a natural association of heterologous betasatellite with CYVMv in wild sunflowers exhibiting yellow vein mosaic symptoms.



Allelopathic potential of Verbesina encelioides root leachate in soil

Investigation of the influence of different levels of N fertilization on the modification of the allelopathic potential of amended soils, in terms of their effect on soil total phenolics and radish seedling growth found it important to understand the probable involvement of allelopathy in its interference mechanism.

Toxicosis from and possible adaptation to Galega officinalis in sheep and the relationship to Verbesina encelioides toxicosis.

Ewes administered the plant on several consecutive days developed an apparent adaptation to the toxin of the plant and were thereby able subsequently to tolerate levels 5-10 times the pre-treatment lethal dose with no discernible adverse clinical or pathological effects.

Experimental toxicity of verbesina encelioides in sheep and isolation of galegine.

The minimum toxic dose of 5-6 g/kg indicates a high toxicity when compared to other poisonous plants of the southeastern area of Buenos Aires province, Argentina.

The importance of weeds in ethnopharmacology.

Concentration of galegine in Verbesina encelioides and Galega oficinalis and the toxic and pathologic effects induced by the plants.

  • R. KeelerD. BakerK. Panter
  • Medicine
    Journal of environmental pathology, toxicology and oncology : official organ of the International Society for Environmental Toxicology and Cancer
  • 1992
Verbesina encelioides administered to sheep by gavage induced clinical signs of toxicity and pathologic lesions identical to those induced by Galega officinalis, a known poisonous plant, and should be classified as a poisonous plant.

Actividad antimicrobiana de Verbesina encelioides

Resumen es: Verbesina encelioides (Cav.) Benth. & Hook. (Compuestas) es una especie ampliamente distribuida en la Argentina, que se conoce vulgarmente con el nombre ...

Pharmacological evaluation of Verbesina encelioides

Various fractions of Verbesina encelioides have demonstrated significant antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antitumor, hypoglycaemic and anti‐implantation activities.

Phenology and Germination of Crownbeard (Verbesina encelioides)

High phenotypic plasticity, ecological vari- ability, phenological diversity, seed germination in varied soils and under diverse moisture regimes, quick seedling growth and subsequent establishment, coupled with versatile breeding system, contribute to the successful growth, propa- gation, and spread of this species in nature in India.

Manual of the Flowering Plants of Hawai'i

This revised edition of "the most significant botanical publication on Pacific plants in recent decades" (Flora Vitiensis Nova) includes an extensive addendum providing information on newly described

Manual of the Flowering Plants of Hawai'i, Vols. 1 and 2.

This file contains all of the information as published in Wagner, W. L. and D. R. Herbst's manual of the flowering plants of Hawai`i, revised edition with supplement with supplement, 1999.