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Dr. ON - Goto Set 2 pcs
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Brand from South Korea: Dr. ON. Package Quantity: Gotoslim: 850mg x 90 tablets Gotoclean: 1,000mg x 60 tablets Gotoslim: Formulated with Garcinia Cambogia Extract with HCA and a blend of well-selected herbal ingredients, this supplement works as an appetite suppressant to help reduce body fat. Enriched with Ginkgo Biloba Extract to help to promote good blood circulation in the brain. Main Ingredients: Garcinia Cambogia Extract: Contains high amounts of HCA, which is linked to weight loss benefits. Ginkgo Biloba Extract: Helps improve cognitive function while assisting to improve blood circulation. Direction for Use: Take one tablet before meals; 3 times daily. Gotoclean: Formulated with plant-derived Forskolin for supporting weight loss results. Helps suppress appetite and helps alter body composition. Contains the organic component from aloe leaves Anthraquinone, which assists in regaining regular bowel movement. Main Ingredients: Coleus Forskohlii: Aids in weight loss by helping create enzymes to free fatty acids from the body's cells. Aloe Arborescens Whole Leaf Powder: Helps increase the water content in your intestines to promotion healthy bowel movement. Direction for Use: Take two tablets one time daily.

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Secondary Metabolites Pathway Genes from Coleus...
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Coleus forskohlii, an important medicinal plant in the Indian system of medicine, accumulates a wide array of pharmaceutically important secondary metabolites, including forskolin (a reversible and potent activator of adenylate cyclase), which imparts anti-hypertensive property to the herb. Cytochrome P450 monooxygenases (CYP450s) constitute one of the largest gene families in plants. CYP450s play vital roles in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites, phytohormones as well as in detoxification of harmful chemicals. This work attempts to understand the role of CYP450s in different metabolic pathways of Coleus forskohlii. Apart from CYP450s, we also carried out the cloning and expression analysis of two important key enzymes of flavonoid biosynthesis in C.forskohlii: CfCHS and Cf4CL.

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Development Of IPM Module For The Management Of...
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Coleus forskohlii is one of the potential medicinal crops. Tuberous roots are rich source of forskolin which is being used as a drug for hypertension, glaucoma, asthma and certain types of cancers. Fifteen species of insects have been reported on coleus from different parts of the world. Among them, thrips (Scirtothrips dorsalis), scale insects (Orthezia insignis) and leaf webber (Orphanostigma abruptalis) are the major pests of coleus. Few attempts were made on pest management in coleus, all are with chemical control which is against the concept of using medicinal plants for curing several ailments of human being. Hence, attempts were made to study the bio-intensive module for the management of major pests of coleus. Results revealed that [vermicompost 2 t/ha + karanj cake 250 Kg/ha + bio-fertilizers 2 Kg/ha + NPK (20:60:50 Kg/ha), Chrysoperla carnea 50,000 eggs/ha (3 releases on 15, 30 and 105 DAP), Trichogramma chilonis 6.25 cc/ha (2 releases on 45 and 60 DAP), Bacillus thuringiensis 750 g/ha (3 sprays on 50, 80 and 140 DAP), FORS 25 g/litre (5 sprays on 35, 55, 75, 95 and 115 DAP)] was effective in reducing the incidence of thrips, scale insects and leaf webber of coleus.

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Drip Irrigation and Fertigation in Medicinal Co...
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Medicinal herbs are moving from fringe to mainstream use with a greater number of people seeking remedies and health approaches free from side effects caused by synthetic pharmaceuticals. International market of medicinal plants is over US $60 billion per year, which is growing at the rate of 7 per cent. Coleus forskohlii is one of the most potential medicinal crops of the future as its pharmacopical properties have been discovered only recently. Forecasts of the requirements of forskolin for drug development indicated the need for a sustained supply of root material in quantities that would threaten the survival of the species in nature. Irrigation and fertilization are the most important management factors through which farmers control plant development, yield and quality. This book deals with the detailed review of irrigation and fertilizer management in Coleus forskohlii and other medicinal crops, effect of drip and fertiligation schedules on yield and quality of Colues forskohlii.

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The Contribution of Pigmentation towards UVB Ra...
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Ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation is the component of sunlight that damages DNA. Red-haired people are especially vulnerable to the damaging effects of UVB due to the low content of eumelanin in their skin. Accumulated damage from UVB can lead to skin cancer. A transgenic strain of mouse containing an inducible melanogenesis system was used to investigate the mechanism of protection of eumelanin. Melanogenesis in this murine model can be induced by the application of the diterpene, forskolin to the epidermis. Forskolin increases eumelanin protection by inducing the expression of cAMP, which then upregulates the expression of melanogenic genes. To assess the protection afforded by eumelanin to the epidermis, transgenic mice were exposed to varying doses of UVB in the presence or absence of forskolin induced melanin. DNA damage was assessed by immunohistochemical staining for cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers. Vehicle treated mice and albino mice showed thymine dimer formation at 20 and 50 mJ/cm^2 of UVB. Forskolin treated and black-skinned mice showed no thymine dimer formation at these doses. These results indicate direct UVB protection by eumelanin through a light filtering process.

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The Contribution of Pigmentation towards UVB Ra...
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Ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation is the component of sunlight that damages DNA. Red-haired people are especially vulnerable to the damaging effects of UVB due to the low content of eumelanin in their skin. Accumulated damage from UVB can lead to skin cancer. A transgenic strain of mouse containing an inducible melanogenesis system was used to investigate the mechanism of protection of eumelanin. Melanogenesis in this murine model can be induced by the application of the diterpene, forskolin to the epidermis. Forskolin increases eumelanin protection by inducing the expression of cAMP, which then upregulates the expression of melanogenic genes. To assess the protection afforded by eumelanin to the epidermis, transgenic mice were exposed to varying doses of UVB in the presence or absence of forskolin induced melanin. DNA damage was assessed by immunohistochemical staining for cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers. Vehicle treated mice and albino mice showed thymine dimer formation at 20 and 50 mJ/cm^2 of UVB. Forskolin treated and black-skinned mice showed no thymine dimer formation at these doses. These results indicate direct UVB protection by eumelanin through a light filtering process.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Drip Irrigation and Fertigation in Medicinal Co...
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Medicinal herbs are moving from fringe to mainstream use with a greater number of people seeking remedies and health approaches free from side effects caused by synthetic pharmaceuticals. International market of medicinal plants is over US $60 billion per year, which is growing at the rate of 7 per cent. Coleus forskohlii is one of the most potential medicinal crops of the future as its pharmacopical properties have been discovered only recently. Forecasts of the requirements of forskolin for drug development indicated the need for a sustained supply of root material in quantities that would threaten the survival of the species in nature. Irrigation and fertilization are the most important management factors through which farmers control plant development, yield and quality. This book deals with the detailed review of irrigation and fertilizer management in Coleus forskohlii and other medicinal crops, effect of drip and fertiligation schedules on yield and quality of Colues forskohlii.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Drip Irrigation and Fertigation in Medicinal Co...
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Medicinal herbs are moving from fringe to mainstream use with a greater number of people seeking remedies and health approaches free from side effects caused by synthetic pharmaceuticals. International market of medicinal plants is over US $60 billion per year, which is growing at the rate of 7 per cent. Coleus forskohlii is one of the most potential medicinal crops of the future as its pharmacopical properties have been discovered only recently. Forecasts of the requirements of forskolin for drug development indicated the need for a sustained supply of root material in quantities that would threaten the survival of the species in nature. Irrigation and fertilization are the most important management factors through which farmers control plant development, yield and quality. This book deals with the detailed review of irrigation and fertilizer management in Coleus forskohlii and other medicinal crops, effect of drip and fertiligation schedules on yield and quality of Colues forskohlii.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 19.02.2020
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The Contribution of Pigmentation towards UVB Ra...
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Ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation is the component of sunlight that damages DNA. Red-haired people are especially vulnerable to the damaging effects of UVB due to the low content of eumelanin in their skin. Accumulated damage from UVB can lead to skin cancer. A transgenic strain of mouse containing an inducible melanogenesis system was used to investigate the mechanism of protection of eumelanin. Melanogenesis in this murine model can be induced by the application of the diterpene, forskolin to the epidermis. Forskolin increases eumelanin protection by inducing the expression of cAMP, which then upregulates the expression of melanogenic genes. To assess the protection afforded by eumelanin to the epidermis, transgenic mice were exposed to varying doses of UVB in the presence or absence of forskolin induced melanin. DNA damage was assessed by immunohistochemical staining for cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers. Vehicle treated mice and albino mice showed thymine dimer formation at 20 and 50 mJ/cm^2 of UVB. Forskolin treated and black-skinned mice showed no thymine dimer formation at these doses. These results indicate direct UVB protection by eumelanin through a light filtering process.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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