Aloe (biochemistry)

Aloe – species Aloe L. Aloe vera L. – present aloe (syn. A. vulgaris Lam.) with many varieties taken (or being taken) as independent species. It grows wild in North and East Africa (from the Red Sea to South Africa). Naturalized and cultivated in all the hot states of Asia: on the Arabian Peninsula, in Syria, India, Sri […]

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Aloe (Aloe Vera or Aloe Vera)

Name: Aloe (Aloe Vera or Aloe Vera) ALOE BARBADENSIS MILL. Asphodelian – Asphodelaceae (earlier: lily – Liliaceae). Parts Used: Leaves. Pharmacy name:aloe extract – Aloes extractum (formerly: Extractum Aloes), aloe tincture – Aloes tinctura (formerly: Tinctura Aloes). Botanical description: Aloe is a genus of the Asphodelaceae family, in which there are over 200 species. The center of their distribution

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Aloe (Aloe arborescens Mill.)

Aloe is an evergreen tropical plant from the succulent genus. Other names: Aloe, agave, doctor, century tree, prickly flower, alyas. Description: Aloe is a tree that grows from 2 to 6 meters in height. The leaves are thick sword-shaped, light green in color with spines around the edge. The leaves are collected in a rosette and placed in a spiral

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Tree aloe (centenary)

ALOE TREVOVIDNE   (CENTENNIAL) – Aloe arborescens Mill.   Liliaccae family What does it look like? A perennial indoor plant up to 150 cm tall. There are several types. Its trunk is short, the leaves are fleshy, oblong-sword-shaped, collected at the top in the form of a rosette. The edges of the leaves are serrated, the teeth are elongated

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Mammals (Alkanna lehmannii Tineo, Alkanna tinctoria (L.) Tausch.)

Alkanna Lehmann – Perennial herbaceous low plant of the borage family – Boraginaceae. Description: The rhizome is short, a slightly branched stem with linear leaves and the main root 10-15 cm long and 1-2 cm thick, purple-red, depart from it. The flowers are small, bright blue / light blue, with a tubular-bell-shaped corolla, collected in inflorescences. The surface

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Mealy Aletris (Aletris farinosa)

Aletris powdery – Herbaceous perennial plant of the Melantiev family. Description: Aletris has lanceolate, spreading leaves that form a dense basal rosette. The stem is thin, long, leaves are absent, carries the final raceme of small white flowers. It grows in the forests of the eastern part of the USA. Contains active substances: The roots of this

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Actinidia purpurova – actinidia purple

Name: Actinidia purpurova – actinidia purpurea Actinidia purple (Actinidia rumwea); actinidia purple A perennial plant of the Actinidia family. A twisted bush-liana 8-10 m long. The leaves are alternate, whole, dark green above, light green below, bare or hairy along the central vein. Flowers dioecious, regular, 5-petalled, white, single. The fruit is a berry of purple color, with a nose, from

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Actinidia colomycta – actinidia colomycta

Name: Actinidia colomycta – Actinidia colomycta Actinidia kolomikta (Actinidia kolomikta); actinidia colomycta   A dioecious plant of the Actinidia family. A twisted liana bush up to 10 m long, climbs trees or creeps along the ground. The shoots are red-brown. The leaves are alternate, whole, oval, with a heart-shaped base, sometimes elongated to a point, twice thinly serrated. The flowers are regular,

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Actinidia sharp – actinidia sharp

Name: Actinidia gostra – acute actinidia Actinidia arguta (Actinidia arguta); actinidia acute   A perennial plant of the Actinidia family. A twisted bush-liana up to 15 m long. Young gnarled shoots have many lenticels. The leaves are alternate, entire, on short, naked petioles, leathery, elongated-oval or elliptical, with an apex narrowed into a short spike. The flowers are regular, 5-petalled, white, fragrant,

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