Drymaria cordata (Linn.) Willd (Caryophyllaceae) is an herbaceous plant widely used in traditional African medicine (TAM) for the treatment of. Drymaria is a genus of plants in the Caryophyllaceae. It contains many species including these from northeastern Mexico: Drymaria coahuilana · Drymaria lyropetala · Drymaria pattersonii · Drymaria pratheri · Drymaria cordata, Sticky weed, also known as Tropical Chickweed; Drymaria. Country or region name, Thailand. Organism group, plant. Order name, Caryophyllales. Family name, Caryophyllaceae. Species name, Drymaria cordata.
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This finding suggest that the mechanism of action of the analgesic effect of D. In a previous study, Adeyemi et al. It often poisons livestock.
To go from two men to a goddess is a bit of a leap. Kao and Rin, ; Holm et al. The wide blade 0. Search in all groups Search within this group. Murdiati and Stoltz, Flora of South-eastern Queensland.
Natural History Natural History Cyclicity. Vicinity of Colima, 9 Jan-6 FebPalmer holotype: Send a request for permission.
Drymaria cordata also invades 31 commercial crops in 45 countries. In the USA, D. Can include ecosystem services.
Checklists specific search options Observed during. The methanol extract of Drymaria cordat a Willd, was investigated for its effect on a cough model induced by sulfur dioxide gas in mice.
Drymaria Cordata, Tropical Chickweed
Biology and Ecology Top of page D. Treatment was then carried out in five groups of four animals each as detailed below: These ranks carry no legal status. Categories of phytochemicals; pp. The plants can form extensive mats of growth Photograph by: Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia, pp. Already tried the control with weeding and with application of Tordom and other herbicides for Broadleaf, but all to no avail. Anti-inflammatory activity of Ckrdata cordata extract.
It has the potential to harm other plants by smothering them under a solid blanket drymarla leaves and by climbing into the bushes Holm et al. These ranks carry no legal weight. Also see chickweed elsewhere on this site.
The extract was previously reported to contain these corcata Adeyemi et al. The effects produced by the extracts were found to have significant activities against all the organisms being tested and the effects so produced were compared with those of chloramphenicol. Annual herb with slender, smooth stems to about a foot long, frequently rooting at the nodes.
Journal of Living World, 14 2: I have collected some from my yard and dried it for use as a tea when a cold hits and I may be tincturing some as well…. It inhibited temperature elevation in all the models employed. Indian Endemicity Geographic Entity. Kokilavani, French Institute of Pondicherry, Compiled from various sources listed in the reference.
Factsheet – Drymaria cordata
Relations interorganismes dans leur environnement. The results obtained in this study demonstrate that the aqueous whole plant extract of Drymaria cordata possesses analgesic and antipyretic properties mediated through peripheral and central mechanisms. Perennial wildflowers re-grow each season from overwinter root material. View a List of All Ecological Communities. At the base of the petiole, stipules are made up of 4 to 6 membranous linear pieces, 2 mm long.
J Pharmacol Exp Ther. This finding justifies the use of the extract in traditional medicine for the treatment of painful and febrile conditions. User Group specific search options Title.
Rupa Phukan; Phukan SN, GH – Historically known, with the expectation that it might be rediscovered. See the Herb Blurb below. Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicines