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Search Results for Abutilon theophrasti
77 articles found.
1.
The complete chloroplast genome of medic (Malvaceae).
Lv Y, Yi Y, Han R, Tong X, Takahashi H.
Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources. 2021; 6(3): 912-913
2.
Green Synthesis of Chromium Oxide Nanoparticles for Antibacterial, Antioxidant Anticancer, and Biocompatibility Activities.
Khan SA, Shahid S, Hanif S, Almoallim HS, Alharbi SA, Sellami H.
International journal of molecular sciences. 2021; 22(2):
3.
Complete Chloroplast Genome of : Genome Structure, Comparative and Phylogenetic Analysis.
Alzahrani DA.
Plants (Basel, Switzerland). 2021; 10(2):
4.
The complete chloroplast genome of a medicinal plant, Medik. (Malvaceae).
Yu J, Jin W, Wang Y, Yuan Q.
Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources. 2020; 5(3): 3777-3778
5.
Response surface optimization and antioxidant activity of total proanthocyanidins fraction from Abutilon theophrasti Medic. leaves.
Tian C, Zhang Z, Wang H, Peng Q, Guo Y, Cui C, Liu M.
Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2020; 33(4): 1511-1517
6.
Comparative Anatomical Studies of Some Species of Family Malvaceae from Saudi Arabia and its Systematic significance
Eman Karakish, Saud Al-Ruzayza, Kadry Abdel Khalik, .
THE EGYPTIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (Botany). 2020; 16(2): 203-221
7.
On the necessity of combining ethnobotany and genetics to assess agrobiodiversity and its evolution in crops: A case study on date palms ( L.) in Siwa Oasis, Egypt.
Gros-Balthazard M, Battesti V, Ivorra S, Paradis L, Aberlenc F, Zango O, Zehdi-Azouzi S, Moussouni S, Naqvi SA, Newton C, Terral JF.
Evolutionary applications. 2020; 13(8): 1818-1840
8.
Bio-herbicidal effects of five essential oils on germination and early seedling growth of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.).
Sarić-Krsmanović M, Gajić Umiljendić J, Radivojević L, Šantrić L, Potočnik I, Đurović-Pejčev R.
Journal of environmental science and health. Part. B, Pesticides, food contaminants, and agricultur. 2019; 54(4): 247-251
9.
The protective effect of the flavonoid fraction of Abutilon theophrasti Medic. leaves on LPS-induced acute lung injury in mice via the NF-κB and MAPK signalling pathways.
Tian C, Zhang P, Yang J, Zhang Z, Wang H, Guo Y, Liu M.
Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy = Biomedecine & pharmacotherapie. 2019; 109(): 1024-1031
10.
Protective effect of Abutilon indicum against lead-induced reproductive toxicity in male Wistar rats.
R S, S AD.
Journal of cellular biochemistry. 2019; ():
11.
Green synthesis of ZnO and Cu-doped ZnO nanoparticles from leaf extracts of Abutilon indicum, Clerodendrum infortunatum, Clerodendrum inerme and investigation of their biological and photocatalytic activities.
Khan SA, Noreen F, Kanwal S, Iqbal A, Hussain G.
Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for biological applications. 2018; 82(): 46-59
12.
Effects of sublethal herbicides on offspring germination and seedling growth: Redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus) vs. velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti).
Qi Y, Li J, Fu G, Zhao C, Guan X, Yan B, Ren M.
The Science of the total environment. 2018; 645(): 543-549
13.
In vivo bio-distribution, clearance and toxicity assessment of biogenic silver and gold nanoparticles synthesized from Abutilon indicum in Wistar rats.
Mata R, Nakkala JR, Chandra VK, Raja K, Sadras SR.
Journal of trace elements in medicine and biology : organ of the Society for Minerals and Trace Ele. 2018; 48(): 157-165
14.
Comparison of anticancer activity of biocompatible ZnO nanoparticles prepared by solution combustion synthesis using aqueous leaf extracts of Abutilon indicum, Melia azedarach and Indigofera tinctoria as biofuels.
Prashanth GK, Prashanth PA, Nagabhushana BM, Ananda S, Krishnaiah GM, Nagendra HG, Sathyananda HM, Rajendra Singh C, Yogisha S, Anand S, Tejabhiram Y.
Artificial cells, nanomedicine, and biotechnology. 2018; 46(5): 968-979
15.
RESEARCH ON EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGY, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ETHANOL EXTRACT FROM LEAVES OF ABUTILON THEOPHRASTI MEDIC.
Tian C, Zhang D, Yang C, Chen Z, Liu M.
Acta poloniae pharmaceutica. 2017; 74(3): 881-890
16.
Ethnomedicinal, Phytochemical and Ethnopharmacological Aspects of Four Medicinal Plants of Malvaceae Used in Indian Traditional Medicines: A Review.
Abat JK, Kumar S, Mohanty A.
Medicines (Basel, Switzerland). 2017; 4(4):
17.
Antibacterial and antioxidant properties of various solvents extracts of Abutilon theophrasti Medic. leaves.
Tian C, Yang C, Zhang D, Han L, Liu Y, Guo W, Fan R, Liu M.
Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2017; 30(3): 767-772
18.
evaluation of novel antiviral activities of 60 medicinal plants extracts against hepatitis B virus.
Arbab AH, Parvez MK, Al-Dosari MS, Al-Rehaily AJ.
Experimental and therapeutic medicine. 2017; 14(1): 626-634
19.
Interspecies-cooperations of abutilon theophrasti with root colonizing microorganisms disarm BOA-OH allelochemicals.
Schulz M, Sicker D, Schackow O, Hennig L, Yurkov A, Siebers M, Hofmann D, Disko U, Ganimede C, Mondani L, Tabaglio V, Marocco A.
Plant signaling & behavior. 2017; 12(8): e1358843
20.
6-Hydroxy-5-nitrobenzo[]oxazol-2(3)-one-A degradable derivative of natural 6-Hydroxybenzoxazolin-2(3)-one produced by .
Schulz M, Sicker D, Schackow O, Hennig L, Hofmann D, Disko U, Ventura M, Basyuk K.
Communicative & integrative biology. 2017; 10(3): e1302633
21.
Regeneration-Based Quantification of Coumarins (Scopoletin and Scoparone) in Abutilon indicum In Vitro Cultures.
Rao K, Chodisetti B, Gandi S, Giri A, Kishor PB.
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 2016; 180(4): 766-779
22.
Polyphenol stabilized colloidal gold nanoparticles from Abutilon indicum leaf extract induce apoptosis in HT-29 colon cancer cells.
Mata R, Nakkala JR, Sadras SR.
Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces. 2016; 143(): 499-510
23.
Phenylalanine enhances Quercetin content in In vitro cultures of Abutilon indicum L.
Ramgopal Rao Sajjalaguddam, Anitha Paladugu.
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science. 2015; 5(10): 080-084
24.
Cytotoxic constituents of Abutilon indicum leaves against U87MG human glioblastoma cells.
Khan RS, Senthi M, Rao PC, Basha A, Alvala M, Tummuri D, Masubuti H, Fujimoto Y, Begum AS.
Natural product research. 2015; 29(11): 1069-73
25.
Abutilon indicum L.: a prospective weed for phytoremediation.
Varun M, Jaggi D, D'Souza R, Paul MS, Kumar B.
Environmental monitoring and assessment. 2015; 187(8): 527
26.
Synthesis of silver nanoparticles using A. indicum leaf extract and their antibacterial activity.
Ashokkumar S, Ravi S, Kathiravan V, Velmurugan S.
Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy. 2015; 134(): 34-9
27.
Biogenic silver nanoparticles from Abutilon indicum: their antioxidant, antibacterial and cytotoxic effects in vitro.
Mata R, Nakkala JR, Sadras SR.
Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces. 2015; 128(): 276-286
28.
HPLC quantification of nine chemical constituents from the five parts of Abutilon theophrasti Medic.
Tian C, Wang M, Liu X, Wang H, Zhao C.
Journal of chromatographic science. 2014; 52(3): 258-63
29.
Abutilon theophrasti's defense against the allelochemical benzoxazolin-2(3H)-one: support by Actinomucor elegans.
Kia SH, Schulz M, Ayah E, Schouten A, Müllenborn C, Paetz C, Schneider B, Hofmann D, Disko U, Tabaglio V, Marocco A.
Journal of chemical ecology. 2014; 40(11-12): 1286-98
30.
Phytochemical analysis and bioactivity of the aerial parts of Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae), a medicinal weed.
Mamadalieva NZ, Sharopov F, Girault JP, Wink M, Lafont R.
Natural product research. 2014; 28(20): 1777-9
31.
Optimization of ionic liquid based simultaneous ultrasonic- and microwave-assisted extraction of rutin and quercetin from leaves of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) by response surface methodology.
Zhao C, Lu Z, Li C, He X, Li Z, Shi K, Yang L, Fu Y, Zu Y.
TheScientificWorldJournal. 2014; 2014(): 283024
32.
First Report of Leaf Spot of Phoenix theophrasti Caused by Paraconiothyrium variabile in Greece.
Ligoxigakis EK, Papaioannou IA, Markakis EA, Typas MA.
Plant disease. 2013; 97(9): 1250
33.
Relationship between Antioxidant Properties and Chemical Composition of Abutilon Indicum Linn.
Srividya AR, Dhanabal SP, Jeevitha S, Varthan VJ, Kumar RR.
Indian journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2012; 74(2): 163-7
34.
[Identification characters of leaf morphological and venation pattern of Abutilon indicum with its confused herb A. theophrasti].
He B, Zhu Y, Liao Y, Li L, Zhuo Y, Yuan Z, Zeng J.
Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica. 2012; 37(15): 2262-6
35.
Accuracy mass screening and identification of phenolic compounds from the five parts of Abutilon theophrasti Medic. by reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-quadrupoles-time of flight-mass spectrometry.
Tian C, Wang M, Shen C, Zhao C.
Journal of separation science. 2012; 35(5-6): 763-72
36.
Anti-inflammatory activity of Abutilon indicum extract.
Tripathi P, Chauhan NS, Patel JR.
Natural product research. 2012; 26(17): 1659-61
37.
Study of the pest community of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic.).
Nagy V, Keresztes B, Nádasy E.
Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences. 2011; 76(3): 533-6
38.
Effect of different fertilizers on the germination and growth of velvetleaf (Abutilon theohrasti Medic.).
Nagy V, Nádasy E.
Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences. 2011; 76(3): 527-31
39.
Effect of Atibalamula and Bhumyamalaki on thirty-three patients of diabetic neuropathy.
Patel K, Patel M, Gupta SN.
Ayu. 2011; 32(3): 353-6
40.
Antidiabetic Activities of Abutilon indicum (L.) Sweet Are Mediated by Enhancement of Adipocyte Differentiation and Activation of the GLUT1 Promoter.
Krisanapun C, Lee SH, Peungvicha P, Temsiririrkkul R, Baek SJ.
Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM. 2011; 2011(): 167684
41.
Effect of seed depth on germination and growth of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic.).
Nagy V, Nádasy E, Lehoczky E.
Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences. 2010; 75(2): 113-7
42.
Antioxidant potential and radical scavenging effects of various extracts from Abutilon indicum and Abutilon muticum.
Yasmin S, Kashmiri MA, Asghar MN, Ahmad M, Mohy-ud-Din A.
Pharmaceutical biology. 2010; 48(3): 282-9
43.
First Report of Tobacco mosaic virus in Abutilon theophrasti in China.
Niu YB, Qing L, Yao M, Wang DF, Liu JD, Wang JS.
Plant disease. 2009; 93(11): 1221
44.
Fatty acids, sterols, phenols and antioxidant activity of Phoenix theophrasti fruits growing in Crete, Greece.
Liolios CC, Sotiroudis GT, Chinou I.
Plant foods for human nutrition (Dordrecht, Netherlands). 2009; 64(1): 52-61
45.
Aqueous extract of Abutilon indicum Sweet inhibits glucose absorption and stimulates insulin secretion in rodents.
Krisanapun C, Peungvicha P, Temsiririrkkul R, Wongkrajang Y.
Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.). 2009; 29(8): 579-87
46.
Characterizing natural cellulose fibers from velvet leaf (Abutilon theophrasti) stems.
Reddy N, Yang Y.
Bioresource technology. 2008; 99(7): 2449-54
47.
Comparison of efficacy, absorption and translocation of three glyphosate formulations on velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti).
Belles D, Shaner D, Westra P, Brunk G.
Pest management science. 2006; 62(12): 1177-81
48.
Molecular and morphological differentiation between the crop and weedy types in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.) using a chloroplast DNA marker: seed source of the present invasive velvetleaf in Japan.
Kurokawa S, Shibaike H, Akiyama H, Yoshimura Y.
Heredity. 2004; 93(6): 603-9
49.
The DNA-B of the non-phloem-limited bean dwarf mosaic virus (BDMV) is able to move the phloem-limited Abutilon mosaic virus (AbMV) out of the phloem, but DNA-B of AbMV is unable to confine BDMV to the phloem.
Levy A, Czosnek H.
Plant molecular biology. 2003; 53(6): 789-803
50.
Interactive effects of lateral shade and wind on stem allometry, biomass allocation, and mechanical stability in Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae).
Henry HA, Thomas SC.
American journal of botany. 2002; 89(10): 1609-15
51.
Subcellular targeting domains of Abutilon mosaic geminivirus movement protein BC1.
Zhang SC, Ghosh R, Jeske H.
Archives of virology. 2002; 147(12): 2349-63
52.
Movement proteins (BC1 and BV1) of Abutilon mosaic geminivirus are cotransported in and between cells of sink but not of source leaves as detected by green fluorescent protein tagging.
Zhang SC, Wege C, Jeske H.
Virology. 2001; 290(2): 249-60
53.
Effect of liquid extract from fresh Abutilon indicum leaves and Allium cepa bulbs on paracetamol and carbontetrachloride induced hepatotoxicity.
Porchezhian E, Ansari SH.
Die Pharmazie. 2000; 55(9): 702-3
54.
Component growth efficiencies of mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal plants.
Koide RT, Goff MD, Dickie IA.
The New phytologist. 2000; 148(1): 163-168
55.
Population-level responses to nutrient heterogeneity and density by Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae): an experimental neighborhood approach.
Casper BB, Cahill JF.
American journal of botany. 1998; 85(12): 1680-7
56.
Above-ground competition does not alter biomass allocated to roots in Abutilon theophrasti.
Casper BB, Cahill JF, Hyatt LA.
The New phytologist. 1998; 140(2): 231-238
57.
Plasticity of seed output in response to soil nutrients and density in Abutilon theophrasti: implications for maintenance of genetic variation.
Sugiyama S, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1997; 112(1): 35-41
58.
Defoliation of the annual herb Abutilon theophrasti: mechanisms underlying reproductive compensation.
Mabry CM, Wayne PW.
Oecologia. 1997; 111(2): 225-232
59.
Effects of CO elevation on canopy development in the stands of two co-occurring annuals.
Hirose T, Ackerly DD, Traw MB, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1996; 108(2): 215-223
60.
On the cause of offspring superiority conferred by mycorrhizal infection of Abutilon theophrasti.
Koide RT, Lu X.
The New phytologist. 1995; 131(4): 435-441
61.
Impact of a fungal pathogen, Colletotrichum coccodes on growth and competitive ability of Abutilon theophrasti.
Ditommaso A, Watson AK.
The New phytologist. 1995; 131(1): 51-60
62.
Effects of low and elevated CO on C and C annuals : II. Photosynthesis and leaf biochemistry.
Tissue DT, Griffin KL, Thomas RB, Strain BR.
Oecologia. 1995; 101(1): 21-28
63.
Effects of low and elevated CO on C and C annuals : I. Growth and biomass allocation.
Dippery JK, Tissue DT, Thomas RB, Strain BR.
Oecologia. 1995; 101(1): 13-20
64.
Reproductive responses to mycorrhizal colonization of Abutilon theophrasti Medic, plants grown for two generations in the field.
Shumway DL, Koide RT.
The New phytologist. 1994; 128(2): 219-224
65.
Mycorrhizal symbiosis increases growth, reproduction and recruitment of Abutilon theophrasti Medic. in the field.
Stanley MR, Koide RT, Shumway DL.
Oecologia. 1993; 94(1): 30-35
66.
EFFECT OF THE PARENTAL NUTRIENT REGIME ON GROWTH OF THE PROGENY IN ABUTILON THEOPHRASTI (MALVACEAE).
Wulff RD, Bazzaz FA.
American journal of botany. 1992; 79(10): 1102-1107
67.
Atrazine Resistance in a Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) Biotype Due to Enhanced Glutathione S-Transferase Activity.
Anderson MP, Gronwald JW.
Plant physiology. 1991; 96(1): 104-9
68.
Mycorrhizal fungi and the nutrient ecology of three oldfield annual plant species.
Koide RT, Li M.
Oecologia. 1991; 85(3): 403-412
69.
Density-dependent response to mycorrhizal infection in Abutilon theophrasti Medic.
Koide RT.
Oecologia. 1991; 85(3): 389-395
70.
Growth consequences of plasticity of plant traits in response to light conditions.
Rice SA, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1989; 78(4): 508-512
71.
Quantification of plasticity of plant traits in response to light intensity: comparing phenotypes at a common weight.
Rice SA, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1989; 78(4): 502-507
72.
Biological activity and tentative identification of flavonoid components in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.) seed coats.
Paszkowski WL, Kremer RJ.
Journal of chemical ecology. 1988; 14(7): 1573-82
73.
Population niche structure : Differential response of Abutilon theophrasti progeny to resource gradients.
Garbutt K, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1987; 72(2): 291-296
74.
Stomatal aperture oscillations of Abutilon theophrasti Medic. and Hordeum vulgare L. examined by three techniques.
Nixon EH, Markhart AH, Koukkari WL.
Progress in clinical and biological research. 1987; 227A(): 67-79
75.
Nutrient content of Abutilon theophrasti seeds and the competitive ability of the resulting plants.
Parrish JA, Bazzaz FA.
Oecologia. 1985; 65(2): 247-251
76.
Experimental methodologies to evaluate allelopathic plant interactions : TheAbutilon theophrasti-Glycine max model.
Dekker JH, Meggitt WF, Putnam AR.
Journal of chemical ecology. 1983; 9(8): 945-81
77.
The amino acid sequence of cytochrome c from Abutilon theophrasti Medic. and Gossypium barbadense L. (cotton).
Thompson EW, Notton BA, Richardson M, Boulter D.
The Biochemical journal. 1971; 124(4): 787-91

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