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Litsea glaucescens Kunth is a native plant from Central America and Mexico, mainly distributed in the states of Chiapas Nayarit and Veracruz. Thirty-one compounds are identified in the essential oil of Mexican bay (Litsea glaucescens scens), which is dominated by ± % 1,8-cineole, . Thirty-one compounds are identified in the essential oil of Mexican bay (Litsea glaucescens var. glaucescens), which is dominated by ± % 1.
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These activities are mainly related to the presence of different compounds such as terpenes and phenolic compounds [ 2223 ]. Seed Availability Seeds are not available for the Mexican Bay.
Growing Environment Grows well in full or filtered sun. It is native from southern North America, mostly in Mexico. Bacterial cell cultures were treated with different concentrations of L.
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Please visit our glauucescens store to view current selections. Retrieved from ” https: Leaves alternate, petioles 6—11 millimetres 0. These facts suggest that they have the potential to stabilize biological radicals and to inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species, which could contribute to reducing the oxidative stress caused by them and therefore to avoiding the DNA damage.
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litzea DMSO did not exceed 0. F6 murine B-cell lymphoma was provided by Dr. Significance level in Type I error was. Their positive health benefits are associated with the presence of chemical compounds derived from secondary metabolism, such as phenolic compounds, essential oils, terpenes, saponins, alkaloids, and polypeptides, which are used by plants as part of their defense mechanisms [ 1112 ]. A Working list of All Plant Species”.
Articles lacking in-text citations from February All articles lacking in-text citations Articles with ‘species’ microformats Wikipedia articles needing clarification from February All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February Litsea glaucescens is quite common in temperate forests of Mexico, coming to meet [ clarification needed ] in the areas of contact with other vegetation types of affinity rather warm. From the results reported here, the antioxidant activity was the strongest one and clearly dependent on the season.
Although all the extracts had strong antioxidant activity, the results presented here demonstrated that during the winter the capacity of L. As can be observed, there is a clear effect of the litssea of both on their antimicrobial activity. On the other hand, antimicrobial resistance is the result of antibiotic misuse, which conduces to stronger infections with complicated clinical treatments like respiratory tract infections, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, cystic fibrosis lung infection, dental caries, and chronic wounds, among others [ 56 ].
View at Google Scholar Y. It is in danger of extinction,  [ citation needed ] because it liteea been used extensively for various uses, medicinal and culinary purposes even religious during the celebration of Palm Sunday.
The capacity of L. Minimum hardiness is not known. IC 50 values were calculated using nonlinear regression analysis in Microsoft Excel software.
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They are distinct in having a blue-green coloration to their undersides. H Li and L.
The species is one of the most important non-wood trees of Mexico. These values are higher than those reported before for other Litsea species 1.
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IC 50 values were calculated throughout linear regression analysis using Microsoft Excel software. As can be observed in Table 3HeLa was the more sensitive cell line to the L. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On the other hand, Cushnie and Lamb [ 6667 ] have concluded that phenolic compounds have different mechanism of action as antimicrobial, such as inhibitors of nucleic acid synthesis, of the energy metabolism, or of the cytoplasmic membrane function of the microorganisms.