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Bhakmilo (Rhus chinensis Mill., Anacardiaceae) is an important representative of genus Rhus, distributed within 300–1800 m in the Sikkim Himalaya (Table 1). It is a subtropical plant, flourishes well in rocky and sandy slopes of hills, dry to moist forests and in the cultivated farms within the agroforestry systems and in forest areas.
Rhus chinensis mill., is a member of the Anacardiaceae family and it is known for treating diarrhoea, dysentery, food poisoning and gastritis. R. chinensis contains a wide array of substances that can cure various infectious diseases. These substances are biologically active components also known as secondary metabolites or phytochemicals, which help to combat …
Galla chinensis or Galla rhois is the term used to describe the gall caused by the Chinese aphid, Schlech- TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL USE Among Rhus species, Rhus chinensis and its gall, Galla chinensis, have a long history of use by indigenous * Correspondence to: Odilon Djakpo, Food Safety and Quality Control Laboratory, School of Food Science and Technology,
Eight new dammarane-type triterpenoids (1–8), together with a related known analogue (9), were isolated from the roots of Rhus chinensis, a traditional Chinese medicine for treating coronary artery heart disease, guided by LC-MS analysis. Their structures were elucidated based on extensive spectroscopic analysis and quantum chemical calculations. Notably, compounds 1–7 and 9 possess …
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Rhus chinensis Horned Single Eemei, Sichuan, China. 10 Oct 2022 EU363670/ AF454628 † Schlechtendalia peitan (Tsai et Tang) Rhus chinensis Spherical Single Eemei, Sichuan, China. 17 Aug 2022 EU363671/ EU363658 Kaburagia rhusicola ovatirhusicola Xiang Rhus potaninii Spherical Single Xixiang, Shaanxi, China. 29 Jun 2022 EU363676/ EU363660 Kaburagia rhusicola ovogallis (Tsai et Tang) Rhus
Rhus chinensis fruits were collected from Tengchong County, Baoshan City, Yunnan province, China, in November 2022. After sifting the raw materials to remove the branches and leaves, the fruits were washed, freeze-dried, powdered to pass through a 40-mesh sieve. Then the powder was stored at −20°C for future experiments. The Ethanol Extract (EE), Free Phenolic (TF),
Abstract Rhus chinensis is a well-known Chinese medicinal plant. Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) is the ﬁrst enzyme of phenylpropanoid pathway. Several recent studies suggested that PAL also play an important role in plant–aphid interaction.
Rhus chinensis contains a number of pharmaceutical ingredients derived from the phenylpropanoid pathway (Wang et al. 2022). Because of its crucial role in that pathway, PAL has been widely studied since its discovery. Moreover, recently several studies have suggested that PAL play an important role in plant–aphid interaction (Chaman et al. 2022; Qin et al. 2022; Van Eck et al. 2022). But up ...
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R. chinensis, with a further loss of rps22 and a major contraction of the inverted repeat in two accessions of the latter. Rhus represents a promising novel system to study plastome structural variation of photosynthetic angiosperms at and below the species level. Subjects Biogeography, Evolutionary Studies, Genomics, Molecular Biology, Plant Science Keywords Sumac, Chloroplast genome
e antiviral activity of Rhus spp., particularly Rhus chinensis, has been explored in many studies. Diﬀerent phytochemical fractions of Rhus chinensis showed potent anti-HIV-1[27–29],anti-herpessimplexvirus(HSV)type1 (HSV-1) [30–32], and anti-HCV activity. is antiviral activity was related to the presence of many active com- pounds such as phenolics, organic acids, proteins, ﬁbers
Schlechtendalia chinensis (Bell) attacks on the leaflets that are located in the branchlets of Rhus chinensis Mill., which is enriched in gallotannin and can be widely used in medicine and the food industry. To explain the molecular mechanism of gall development, we performed transcriptome analysis by Illumina deep sequencing and digital gene expression of four tissues, including galls, leaves
Rhus chinensis mill., is a member of the Anacardiaceae family and it is known for treating diarrhoea, dysentery, food poisoning and gastritis. R. chinensis contains a wide array of substances that can cure various infectious diseases. These substances are biologically active components also known as secondary metabolites or phytochemicals, which help to combat numerous diseases in the modern ...
Induction and Proliferation of Callus in Rhus chinensis Mill. and Its Effect on Skin Whitening Dong-Myong Kim1*, Ju-Yeong Jung1, Hyung-Kon Lee1, Yong-Seong Kwon1, Jin-Hong Baek2, Kwan-Ho Lee3, Jin-Hoon Jang3, and In Suk Han4 1Biotechnology Research Institute, KJM Bio Ltd., 17 Saimdang-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul 06649, Korea 2R&D Center of Aloe, Kim Jung Moon Aloe Ltd., 15 Saimdang-ro,
Rhus chinensis Mill were rich in volatile substances that could be exploited and used. Key words: Rhus chinensis Mill, FT-IR spectrum, GC-MS, thermogravimetric analysis, Py-GC-MS. Introduction. Rhus chinensis Mill. is a tree species in China that can be used as raw material for . pharmaceutical and industrial dyes. Because of its light-loving properties, strong adaptability to climate and soil
The galls of Rhus chinensis ( "jiao bei") are particularly sought after for medicinal purposes. Other species in the genus also deliver galls ( "du bei"), but these are considered to be of an inferior quality. 1: Leaflet margin dentate; male inflorescences more than 25 cm. 1 R. chinensis + Leaflet margin entire or serrulate; inflorescences less than 20 cm : 2: Rachis broadly winged ...
ntroduction Rhus chinensis Mill., has a long history of traditional medicinal and culinary use by native people of North-Eastern part of India. It is considered as a medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal problems, urinary complaints and many other health ailments. The review gives an insight on the traditional medicinal uses, biological and pharmacological properties, nutritional ...
Rhus chinensis is a common deciduous tree in the warm temperate zone of eastern Asia, on which Chinese sumac aphids live to form gallnuts with rich tannins. Here, we assembled the complete chloroplast genome of R. chinensis with the shot-gun genome skimming method on an Illumina HiSeq4000 platform. The complete chloroplast genome of R. chinensis was 149,083 bp in length and
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Rhus chinensis Figure 1. Middle-aged Chinese Sumac. Chinese Sumac1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION Chinese Sumac forms a loose, spreading small tree, reaching up to 25 feet in height (Fig. 1). Most specimens only grow to about 12 to 15 feet tall. The shiny, pinnately compound, five inches long leaves change to a brilliant orange, red, or yellow
· Gall of Rhus chinensis Mill. (Chinese galls) and gall of Quercus infectoria Oliv. (Turkish galls) have similar applications and chemical compositions, and their extracts have been widely used for industrial production and for medicinal applications. In this study, high-performance liquid chromatography–electrospray mass spectrometry (HPLC-ESI
Download PDF Planta Med 2022; 85(14/15): 1128-1135 DOI: /a-0989-2585. Biological and Pharmacological Activity. Original Papers. Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York Anti-osteoporotic and Anti-adipogenic Effects of Rhus chinensis Nutgalls in Ovariectomized Mice Fed with a High-fat Diet. Youn-Hwan Hwang. Herbal Medicine Research Division, Korea