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Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop. is a wild common plant of the Brassicaceae family. It is known as “the singers’ plant” for its… Expand Wild flora is an integral component of rural livelihoods and their exploitation has advocated for achieving the optimal dietary… Expand Glucoputranjivin (1) and isopropyl isothiocyanate (2) were isolated from an aqueous dry extract of Sisymbrium officinale and were… Expand Volatile compounds of hedge mustard (Sysimbrium officinale) have been investigated for the first time. Forthy‐two compounds were… Expand ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE
The aerial parts of Sisymbrium officinale Scop. are commonly used to treat airway ailments… Expand The rupture of the seed coat and that of the endosperm were found to be two sequential events in the germination of Sisymbrium… Expand Les parties aeriennes fleuries sechees de 11 lots recoltes et de 14 lots d'origine commerciale de Sisymbrium officinale L. ont… Expand The germination of seeds of Sisymbrium officinale is light- and nitrate dependent. A close interaction between the effects of… Expand The role of nitrate as a promoter of germination of Sisymbrium officinale seeds was examined in optimal light conditions. It was… Expand Weeds cause considerable losses in horticultural and agricultural crops. Weeds are still predominantly controlled with herbicides… Expand