Sunday, December 25, 2016

Cycas revoluta, Fern Palm, Cycas du Japon, 소철 (식물), Саговник поникающий, madanagameswari, thuen tú ê, അലങ്കാരപ്പന


Cycas revoluta Thunb.

Family: Cycadaceae

Synonyms: Cycas inermis Oudem., Cycas miquelii Warb., Cycas revoluta var. revoluta, Epicycas miquelii (Warb.) de Laub.
  • English: Fern Palm, Sago Cycad, sago palm
  • Arabic: سيكاد ملتف
  • Bislama: Natanggura
  • Catalan: Ciques
  • Chinese: 琉球苏铁
  • Finnish: Japaninkruunukavykki
  • French: Rameau, Cycas du Japon
  • Italian: Cycas revoluta Japan sikasi
  • Japanese: sotetsu
  • Korean: 소철 (식물)
  • Malayalam: അലങ്കാരപ്പന
  • Marathi: सॅगो पाम
  • Norwegian: Sagopalme
  • Russian: Саговник поникающий
  • Tamil: madanagameswari
  • Thai: pron-tha-le, สาคู (ปรง)
  • Turkish: sago hurma ag
  • Vietnamese: thuen tú ê 
  • Malay: saikas
  • Okinawa: sutichi
  • Philippines: oliva
Description: Tree, Shrub, Evergreen, Dioecious, Habit erect, Trees without or rarely having knees, Tree with bark rough or scaly, Tree with bark shaggy or peeling, Young shoots in flat sprays, Buds not resinous, Leaves broad, Leaves pinnate, Leaves palm-like, Leaves whorled, Non-needle-like leaf margins entire, Non-needle-like leaf margins dentate or serrate, Leaf apex acute, Leaf apex mucronulate, Leaf apex spine tipped or with a differentiated and very sharp tip, Leaves > 5 cm long, Leaves > 10 cm long, Leaves not blue-green, Leaf bases becoming gray and shredded with age, Scale leaves without raised glands, Twigs glabrous, Twigs not viscid, Twigs without peg-like projections or large fascicles after needles fall, Berry-like cones orange, Berry-like cones copper, Woody seed cones > 5 cm long, Bracts of seed cone included, Seeds red, Seeds wingless.
Used in Sidha. Fleshy seeds, leaves, unprocessed flour from stem pith are dangerous, toxic if large quantities eaten. Seeds poisonous, this plant causes toxicity in sheep and cattle. Bark boiled in water used to wash burns. [CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants]

Clinical Findings: Acute ingestion of large amounts produces nausea, vomiting, and abdominal cramping, and diarrhea may be profound. Chronic consumption of BMAA, either directly or by eating flying foxes that have bioaccumulated  the  toxin  by  eating  the  seeds, is  associated  with  a  neurodegenerative disorder that is similar to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease.

Management: If severe gastrointestinal symptoms occur, intravenous hydration, antiemetics, and electrolyte replacement may be necessary, particularly in children. The  progressive  neurologic  disease  does  not  have  any  known  therapy. Consultation with a Poison Control Center should be considered. See “Poisoning by Plants with Gastrointestinal Toxins. [Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants, 2nd Ed]

Promotes blood circulation, anticancer, antiinflammatory, antitoxic, treats cough. [Taiwanese Native Medicinal Plants: Phytopharmacology and Therapeutic Values]
 
200 Published articles of  Cycas revoluta
1.    The Isolation and Identification Compounds from Cycas Revoluta Xu, Y., et al. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Medicine and Biopharmaceuticals, ed. M. Takahashi. 2016. 1234-1239.
2.    Analysis Chemical Composition in Cycas Revoluta by GC-MS Xu, Y., et al. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Medicine and Biopharmaceuticals, ed. M. Takahashi. 2016. 950-955.
3.    Adsorption of low concentration of uranium(VI) from aqueous solution by diethylenetriamine functionalized Cycas revoluta leaves Xiao, X., et al., Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2016. 308(3): p. 1027-1037.
4.    Astonishing 35S rDNA diversity in the gymnosperm species Cycas revoluta Thunb Wang, W., et al., Chromosoma, 2016. 125(4): p. 683-699.
5.    Desiccation sensitivity and effects of temperature and moisture content of the substrate during storage on after-ripening in seeds of Cycas revoluta Tian, M., Z. Zhao, and A. Tang, Plant Physiology Journal, 2016. 52(2): p. 225-233.
6.    Two carbohydrate recognizing domains from Cycas revoluta leaf lectin show the distinct sugar-binding specificity-A unique mannooligosaccharide recognition by N-terminal domain Shimokawa, M., et al., Journal of Biochemistry, 2016. 160(1): p. 27-35.
7.    New report of Cycas revoluta leaf necrosis by Phoma herbarum from Pakistan Nayab, M. and N. Akhtar, Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 2016. 123(4): p. 193-196.
8.    New report of Cycas revoluta leaf necrosis by Phoma herbarum from Pakistan Madiha, N. and A. Naureen, Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 2016. 123(4): p. 193-196.
9.    Crystal Structure of Family GH18 Chitinase from Cycas revoluta a Complex with Allosamidin Umemoto, N., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2015.
10.    Determination of Flavonoids in Cycas revoluta Leaves by Chemiluminescence-Flow Injection Analysis Method Shi, H.-y., et al., Zhong yao cai = Zhongyaocai = Journal of Chinese medicinal materials, 2015. 38(3): p. 481-4.
11.    Determination of Flavonoids in Cycas revoluta Leaves by Chemiluminescence-Flow Injection Analysis Method Shi, H., et al., Journal of Chinese Medicinal Materials, 2015. 38(3): p. 481-484.
12.    First Report of Eumaeus childrenae (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) Feeding on the Imported Ornamental Cycas revoluta (Cycadales: Cycadaceae) in Mexico Rodriguez-del-Bosque, L.A. and E. Rosales-Robles, Southwestern Entomologist, 2015. 40(4): p. 843-845.
13.    Evaluation of antioxidant potential of solvent extracts of female cones and leaves of Cycas revoluta Rakhi, S. and M. Abhishek, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2015. 4(1): p. 1466-1472.
14.    Simplified regeneration protocol for Cycas revoluta Thunb. mature zygotic embryos Naderi, R., et al., Notulae Scientia Biologicae, 2015. 7(1): p. 62-65.
15.    Poisoning by sago palm (Cycas revoluta) in cattle in the arid zone of Pernambuco state, B.F., L. E. A., et al., Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Agrarias, 2015. 10(2): p. 328-333.
16.    Crystal Structure of GH18 Chitinase from Cycad, C.r.U., N., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2014.
17.    Crystal Structure of GH18 Chitinase from Cycas revoluta in complex with (GlcNAc)3 Umemoto, N., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2014.
18.    Crystal Structure of GH18 Chitinase (G77W/E119Q mutant) from Cycas revoluta in complex with (GlcNAc)4 Umemoto, N., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2014.
19.    Crystal structure of a plant class V chitinase mutant from Cycas revoluta in complex with (GlcNAc)3 Numata, T., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2014.
20.    Cycad blue butterfly Chilades pandava pandava Horsfield, L.L.i.o.C.r.i.B.N., S. O., et al., Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology, 2014. 34(2): p. 137-141.
21.    Two new dihydroamentoflavone glycosides from Cycas revoluta Moawad, A., et al., Natural Product Research, 2014. 28(1): p. 41-47.
22.    Biological assays of plant extracts from Araucaria columnaris and Cycas revoluta Mehmood, Z., et al., Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 2014. 12(1): p. 128-131.
23.    Identification of Leaf Blight Pathogen on Cycas revoluta Thunb Li, X., et al., Chinese Journal of Tropical Crops, 2014. 35(10): p. 2066-2070.
24.    Identification of male and female Cycas revoluta Thunb. before maturity using morphological and anatomical features Kaviani, B., et al., Scientific Papers - Series B, Horticulture, 2014(58): p. 327-336.
25.    First UAE and Arabian records of Chilades pandava, t.C.C.b., an introduced Oriental species (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) hosted by the ornamental sago plant Cycas revoluta Feulner, Gary R., et al., Tribulus, 2014. 22: p. 48-56.
26.    Secretions from the female gametophyte and their role in spermatozoid induction in Cycas revoluta Takaso, T., et al., Plant Reproduction, 2013. 26(1): p. 17-23.
27.    Cycas revoluta overview Ncbi, European Nucleotide Archive, 2013.
28.    The effect of picloram and 2, -.D.i.c.o.l., petiole and endosperm explants of Cycas revoluta Thunb Mohayseni, K., R. Naderi, and M. Omidi, Iranian Journal of Horticultural Science, 2013. 43(4): p. Pe381-Pe391.
29.    Genetic diversity of symbiotic cyanobacteria in Cycas revoluta (Cycadaceae) Yamada, S., et al., Fems Microbiology Ecology, 2012. 81(3): p. 696-706.
30.    Seed Coat Structure Traits of Cycas revoluta Thunb Pan, A.-F., Plant Science Journal, 2012. 30(5): p. 437-442.
31.    Embryo and Endosperm Structures of Cycas revoluta Thunb. Seeds Pan, A.-F., Plant Science Journal, 2012. 30(6): p. 618-623.
32.    Identification and characterization of a bactericidal and proapoptotic peptide from cycas revoluta seeds with DNA binding properties Mandal, S.M., et al., Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 2012. 113(1): p. 184-193.
33.    Cycas revoluta Lim, T.K. Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants: Vol 1, Fruits. 2012. 732-738.
34.    Improving germination rate of Cycas revoluta L. by using different cultivation media and scarification Fallahabadi, P.R., et al., Annals of Biological Research, 2012. 3(7): p. 3187-3191.
35.    Improved germination conditions in Cycas revoluta L. by using sulfuric acid and hot water Zarchini, M., et al., Plant Omics, 2011. 4(7): p. 350-353.
36.    Manganese deficiency of Cycas revoluta Parlavecchio, G., et al., Colture Protette, 2011. 40(9): p. 86-90.
37.    Genetic Structure of an Endangered Cycas Revoluta using RAPD Markers Indira, S.P., et al., Research Journal of Biotechnology, 2011. 6(1): p. 50-55.
38.    Poisoning by Cycas revoluta in dogs in Brazil Cunha, B.M., et al. Poisoning by plants, mycotoxins and related toxins, ed. F. Riet-Correa, et al. 2011. 221-226.
39.    dogs, R.o.t.t.o.t.p.C.r.-t.m.a.t.t.s.i.e.h.i., Professione Veterinaria, 2011. 8(10): p. 11-11.
40.    Transglycosylation reaction catalyzed by a class V chitinase from cycad, C.r.A.s.i.s.-d.m., HPLC, and real-time ESI-MS Taira, Toki, et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-Proteins and Proteomics, 2010. 1804(4): p. 668-675.
41.    Phytochemical Investigation of Cycas circinalis and Cycas revoluta Leaflets: Moderately Active Antibacterial Biflavonoids Moawad, A., et al., Planta Medica, 2010. 76(8): p. 796-802.
42.    Efficacy of five volatile oils and their mixtures against the soft scale insect, S.c.W.H.C.i.t.S.p., Cycas revoluta in Alexandria, Egypt Mesbah, H. A., et al., Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences, 2010. 75(3): p. 379-89.
43.    Cryptic Scale Infestations on Cycas revoluta Facilitate Scale Invasions Marler, T.E. and A. Moore, Hortscience, 2010. 45(5): p. 837-839.
44.    The Nutritional Components and Acute Toxicity Test of Cycas revoluta Seed Liu, S., et al., Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 2010. 32(5): p. 510-512.
45.    Phylogeography of Cycas revoluta Thunb. (Cycadaceae) on the Ryukyu Islands: very low genetic diversity and geographical structure Kyoda, S. and H. Setoguchi, Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2010. 288(3-4): p. 177-189.
46.    LC-MS/MS determination of the isomeric neurotoxins BMAA (beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine) and DAB (2, -.d.a.i.c.a.s.o.C.r.a.L.l., et al., Toxicon, 2010. 55(2-3): p. 547-557.
47.    Intra-genomic polymorphism in the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) regions of Cycas revoluta: evidence of incomplete concerted evolution Xiao, L. and H. Zhu, Biodiversity Science, 2009. 17(5): p. 476-481.
48.    A plant class V chitinase from a cycad (Cycas revoluta): Biochemical characterization, c.i., and posttranslational modification Taira, Toki, et al., Glycobiology, 2009. 19(12): p. 1452-1461.
49.    First record of Cycas butterfly, C.p.p.H.o.o.s.c.C.r.T.i.P.S., Kumar and B.M. Bhardwaj, Journal of Ornamental Horticulture, 2009. 12(4): p. 281-282.
50.    Efficacy of five volatile oils and their mixtures against the mealybug, I.s.s.W.i.S.p., Cycas revoluta in Alexandria, Egypt Mesbah, H. A., et al., Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences, 2009. 74(2): p. 445-55.
51.    Intra-genomic polymorphism in the internal transcribed spacer(ITS) regions of Cycas revoluta: evidence of incomplete concerted evolution Longqian, X. and Z. Hua, Biodiversity Science, 2009. 17(5): p. 476-481.
52.    The Ancient Plant Cycas Revoluta Caused Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation in a Dog Holmgren, A. and P. Hulten, Clinical Toxicology, 2009. 47(5): p. 480-480.
53.    Purification, c., and sequencing of antimicrobial peptides, Cy-AMP1, Cy-AMP2, and Cy-AMP3, from the Cycad (Cycas reuoluta) seeds Yokoyama, Seiya, et al., Peptides, 2008. 29(12): p. 2110-2117.
54.    Adventitious embryo formation derived from zygotic embryos in Cycas revoluta Motohashi, T., M.I. Toda, and K. Kondo, Plant Biotechnology, 2008. 25(6): p. 589-591.
55.    Induction and multiplication of callus from endosperm of Cycas revoluta Kiong, L., et al., African Journal of Biotechnology, 2008. 7(23): p. 4279-4284.
56.    Induction and multiplication of callus from endosperm of Cycas revoluta Kiong, A.L.P., et al., African Journal of Biotechnology, 2008. 7(23): p. 4279-4284.
57.    QiuLi, D.o.T.E.i.C.R.b.F.A.A.S.Y., Chinese Journal of Spectroscopy laboratory, 2007. 24(5): p. 918-920.
58.    Plantlets with multi-shoots of Cycas revoluta Thunb. in vitro Lin, Q., et al., Acta Horticulturae Sinica, 2007. 34(6): p. 1575-1578.
59.    Is Cycas revoluta (Cycadaceae) wind- or insect-pollinated? Kono, M. and H. Tobe, American Journal of Botany, 2007. 94(5): p. 847-855.
60.    Cloning and expression of a mannose-binding jacalin-related lectin from leaves of Japanese cycad (Cycas revoluta Thunb.) Haraguchi, T., K. Nomura, and F. Yagi, Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 2006. 70(9): p. 2222-2229.
61.    Note on a new multiplication technique for Cycas revoluta Hajlaoui, I. and T. Bettaieb, PHM Revue Horticole, 2006(481): p. 31-33.
62.    Estragole (4-allylanisole) is the primary compound in volatiles emitted from the male and female cones of Cycas revoluta Azuma, H. and M. Kono, Journal of Plant Research, 2006. 119(6): p. 671-676.
63.    Evaluation of different factors on regeneration of plantlets from embryos of Cycas revoluta Thunb Rinaldi, L.M.R., Hortscience, 2005. 40(4): p. 1052-1052.
64.    Comparative analysis of carbohydrate-binding properties of two tandem repeat-type Jacalin-related lectins, C.c.a.a.C.r.l.l.N., S., et al., Febs Journal, 2005. 272(11): p. 2784-2799.
65.    Effects of buffer properties on cyclodextrin glucanotransferase reactions and cyclodextrin production from raw sago (Cycas revoluta) starch Kamaruddin, K., et al., Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry, 2005. 41: p. 117-125.
66.    Study on physiological characters of cold resistance of cycas revoluta Fu, R., Chinese journal of eco-agriculture, 2003. 11(1): p. 120-121.
67.    The lectin from leaves of Japanese cycad, C.r.T.g.i.a.m.o.t.j.-r.f.Y., F., et al., European Journal of Biochemistry, 2002. 269(17): p. 4335-4341.
68.    Research on technology of sowing and cultivating seedling of cycad (Cycas revoluta) Fu, R., Chinese journal of eco-agriculture, 2002. 10(2): p. 15-18.
69.    Effect of planting media on the germination of Cycas revoluta thumb seeds Saleh, S.I.I., Egyptian Journal of Soil Science, 2001. 28(2): p. 159-169.
70.    Insect fauna associated with Cycas revoluta (Cycadaceae), w.a.d.o.a.c.m.m.K., Makoto, Special Publication of the Japan Coleopterological Society, 2001. 1: p. 73-78.
71.    Study on physiological characters of drought resistance, c.r.a.p.o.C.r.F., RuiShu, Wuyi Science Journal, 2001. 17: p. 44-50.
72.    Differentiation of shoot buds in bulb-scale cultures of Cycas revoluta Thunb Chaplot, B.B. and Y.T. Jasrai, Phytomorphology, 2000. 50(1): p. 37-40.
73.    The investigation into the past and the current state of Cycas revoluta in Fujian Zhu-Yun, Y. Biology and conservation of cycads. 1999. 73-74.
74.    The investigation into the past and the current state of Cycas revoluta in Fujian Ye, Z.Y. Biology and Conservation of Cycads, ed. C.J. Chen. 1999. 73-74.
75.    Factors affecting shoot regeneration from zygotic embryo and seedling explants of Cycas revoluta thunb Rinaldi, L.M.R., In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology Plant, 1999. 35(1): p. 25-28.
76.    Approach on high breeding productivity of Cycas revoluta Thunb Liu, X.R., S.J. Wu, and R.S. Fu. Biology and Conservation of Cycads, ed. C.J. Chen. 1999. 383-385.
77.    Topography of microsymbionts in apogeotropic roots of the cycads Cycas revoluta Thunb. and Encephalartos horridus (Jacq.) Lehm Korzhenevskaya, T.G., et al., Microbiology, 1999. 68(4): p. 437-442.
78.    Study on the tissue anatomy of albino seedlings of Cycas revoluta Fu, R.S. and X.R. Liu. Biology and Conservation of Cycads, ed. C.J. Chen. 1999. 272-275.
79.    Rhythm of leaf expansion and control technique of leaf shape for potted Cycas revoluta Dong, J., et al., Journal of Fujian College of Forestry, 1999. 19(2): p. 157-159.
80.    Cycas revoluta - coccids (Diaspididae) interaction from India and its bearing on their coevolution Bera, S. and N. Ghorai. Biology and Conservation of Cycads, ed. C.J. Chen. 1999. 319-322.
81.    Molecular cytogenetic studies on sex chromosomes and proximal heterochromatin containing telomere-like sequence in Cycas revoluta Hizume, M., et al., Chromosome Science, 1998. 2(2): p. 63-72.
82.    Nonprotein amino acids from Cycas revoluta Pan, M.D., et al., Phytochemistry, 1997. 45(3): p. 517-519.
83.    Test on hot water treatment to eradicate parasitic nematodes in imported corm of Cycas revoluta Li, D., X. Zhang, and M. Wang, Plant Protection, 1996. 22(3): p. 44-45.
84.    Comparative study on binding of thiamine-related compounds by extracts of seeds of Zea mays, S.o., Picea abies and Cycas revoluta Kozik, A. and M. RapalaKozik, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 1996. 34(6): p. 779-786.
85.    A new flowering of a male plant of Cycas revoluta in Buenos Aires Valla, J.J., Darwiniana (San Isidro), 1995. 33(0): p. 365-365.
86.    In vitro organogenesis from diploid tissues of Cycas revoluta Thunb Rinaldi, L.M.R. and A.R. Leva, Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 1995. 43(1): p. 37-41.
87.    The diseases of Cycas revoluta Polizzi, G., Informatore Fitopatologico, 1995. 45(12): p. 27-33.
88.    Physical mapping of 5S rRNA genes in Cycas revoluta Hizume, M., Cytologia (Tokyo), 1995. 60(4): p. 389-393.
89.    A decline of Cycas revoluta caused by Fusarium solani Polizzi, G. and S. Grasso, Informatore Fitopatologico, 1994. 44(10): p. 48-51.
90.    Cases of manganese deficiency in Cycas revoluta plants Polizzi, G. and S. Grasso, Informatore Fitopatologico, 1994. 44(12): p. 39-43.
91.    Quantitative variability in karyotype of Cycas revoluta Kokubugata, G. and K. Kondo, Kromosomo (Tokyo), 1994. 2(75-76): p. 2613-2618.
92.    Nitrogenase activity in iron-superoxide dismutase localization in Cycas revoluta Thunb. cyanobionts Grilli Caiola, M. and A. Canini, Symbiosis (Rehovot), 1994. 16(3): p. 289-299.
93.    SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF MANGANESE DEFICIENCY IN CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB Dehgan, B., J.E. Durando, and T.H. Yeager, Hortscience, 1994. 29(6): p. 645-648.
94.    LOCALIZATION OF CALCIUM IN THE CYANOBIONT AND GONIDIAL ZONE OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB BY MICROELECTRODES, C., ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGING AND ELECTRON-ENERGY-LOSS SPECTROSCOPY Canini, A., F. Brandizzi, and M.G. Caiola, Protoplasma, 1994. 179(3-4): p. 151-157.
95.    NITROGENASE ACTIVITY AND IRON-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE LOCALIZATION IN CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB CYANOBIONTS Caiola, M.G. and A. Canini, Symbiosis, 1994. 16(3): p. 289-299.
96.    CHARACTERIZATION OF GONIDIAL ZONE OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA CORALLOID ROOTS BY MEANS OF MICROELECTRODES Canini, A. and M.G. Caiola, Fems Microbiology Letters, 1993. 109(1): p. 75-80.
97.    DNA variation in the cyanobiont of Cycas revoluta Thunb. (Cycadaceae) coralloid roots Brandizzi, F., M. Grilli-Caiola, and H. Nagashima, Japanese Journal of Phycology, 1993. 41(4): p. 415-416.
98.    FUSARIUM OVULE ROT OF SAGO PALM (CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB) FROM HARDWAR, I.-A.N.R.P., G., et al., Tropical Pest Management, 1992. 38(1): p. 106-106.
99.    DIFFERENTIAL STAINING AND INSITU HYBRIDIZATION OF NUCLEOLAR ORGANIZERS AND CENTROMERES IN CYCAS-REVOLUTA CHROMOSOMES Hizume, M., F. Ishida, and K. Kondo, Japanese Journal of Genetics, 1992. 67(5): p. 381-387.
100.    Molecular evidence for the status of the cycad Cycas revoluta in seed-plant evolution Qu, L.H., et al., Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Sunyatseni, 1991. 30(1): p. 72-76.
101.    SUSPECTED CYCAD (CYCAS-REVOLUTA) INTOXICATION IN DOGS Botha, C.J., et al., Journal of the South African Veterinary Association-Tydskrif Van Die Suid-Afrikaanse Veterinere Vereniging, 1991. 62(4): p. 189-190.
102.    OCCURRENCE AND LOCALIZATION OF PHYCOERYTHRIN IN SYMBIOTIC NOSTOC OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA AND IN THE FREE-LIVING ISOLATED NOSTOC-7422 Lindblad, P. and B. Bergman, Plant Physiology, 1989. 89(3): p. 783-785.
103.    Germination of Cycas revoluta and seed testing Fiorino, P. and L.M.R. Rinaldi, Agricoltura Mediterranea, 1989. 119(3): p. 264-271.
104.    Nucleotide sequence of a chloroplast 5S rRNA from a living fossil plant, C.r.T.Z., X. Q., W.Y. Liu, and M.Q. Wang, Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica, 1988. 20(5): p. 534-539.
105.    COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON THE EVOLUTION OF CHLOROPLAST RIBOSOMAL 5 S RNA OF A LIVING FOSSIL PLANT, C.-R.T.Z., X. Q., W.Y. Liu, and M.Q. Wang, Febs Letters, 1988. 235(1-2): p. 30-34.
106.    STUDIES OF THE NITROGEN-FIXING SYMBIOSIS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Rinaldi, L.M.R., M.C. Margheri, and R. Materassi, Annali di Microbiologia ed Enzimologia, 1988. 38(2): p. 231-238.
107.    THE CYCAS-REVOLUTA AND NOSTOC SYMBIOSIS ENZYME ACTIVITIES OF NITROGEN AND CARBON METABOLISM IN THE CYANOBIONT Lindblad, P., A.N. Rai, and B. Bergman, Journal of General Microbiology, 1987. 133(7): p. 1956-1700.
108.    THE CYCAS-REVOLUTA NOSTOC SYMBIOSIS - ENZYME-ACTIVITIES OF NITROGEN AND CARBON METABOLISM IN THE CYANOBIONT Lindblad, P., A.N. Rai, and B. Bergman, Journal of General Microbiology, 1987. 133: p. 1695-1699.
109.    POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF GINKGO-BILOBA AND CYCAS-REVOLUTA Sahashi, N. and J. Ueno, Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique, 1986. 64(12): p. 3075-3078.
110.    SAGO PALM (CYCAS-REVOLUTA) POISONING IN THE CANINE Reagor, J.C., et al., Southwestern Veterinarian, 1986. 37(1): p. 20-20.
111.    GLUTAMINE-SYNTHETASE - ACTIVITY AND LOCALIZATION IN CYANOBACTERIA OF THE CYCADS CYCAS-REVOLUTA AND ZAMIA-SKINNERI Lindblad, P. and B. Bergman, Planta, 1986. 169(1): p. 1-7.
112.    CYCAS NECROTIC STUNT VIRUS A NEW MEMBER OF NEPOVIRUSES FOUND IN CYCAS-REVOLUTA HOST RANGE PURIFICATION SEROLOGY AND SOME OTHER PROPERTIES Kusunoki, M., et al., Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 1986. 52(2): p. 302-311.
113.    PATHOLOGICAL STUDIES ON CYCAD POISONING OF CATTLE EXPERIMENTALLY CAUSED BY FEEDING WITH LEAVES OF CYCAD CYCAS-REVOLUTA Yasuda, N., I. Kono, and T. Shimizu, Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture Kagoshima University, 1985(35): p. 171-178.
114.    BETA-D-GLUCOSIDASE FROM SEEDS OF JAPANESE CYCAD, C.-R.T.-P.A.S.-S.Y., F., et al., Journal of Biochemistry, 1985. 97(1): p. 119-126.
115.    THE RHIZOSPHERE AND RHIZOPLANE FUNGI OF CORALLOID ROOTS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Wadhwani, K. and M. Srivastava, Acta Botanica Indica, 1985. 13(1): p. 116-118.
116.    Observations on the seed dispersal of Cycas revoluta by the crow Corvus macrorhynchos Ishida, M., Biological Magazine Okinawa, 1985: p. 29-32.
117.    Pathological studies on poisoning of grazing cattle due to ingestion of Cycas revoluta Thunb Yasuda, N., et al., Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University, 1984(34): p. 131-137.
118.    ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY OF CORALLOID ROOT OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA EXTRACT AGAINST SOME VIRUSES OF TOMATO PLANT LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM Rao, G.P., et al., Experientia (Basel), 1984. 40(11): p. 1257-1258.
119.    ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY OF CORALLOID ROOT OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA EXTRACT AGAINST SOME VIRUSES OF TOMATO PLANT Rao, G.P., et al., Experientia, 1984. 40(11): p. 1257-1258.
120.    Studies on poisoning of grazing cattle due to ingestion of Cycas revoluta Thunb Kobayashi, A., et al., Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University, 1984(34): p. 119-129.
121.    SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF AZOXYGLYCOSIDES BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY AND THEIR CONTENTS IN GROWING LEAVES OF JAPANESE CYCAD Yagi, F., K. Tadera, and A. Kobayashi, Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1983. 47(1): p. 137-139.
122.    Chemical composition of seeds of Cycas revoluta Thunb Nakamura, S. and M. Chinen, Science Bulletin of the College of Agriculture, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, 1983(30): p. 239-240.
123.    DNA-SEQUENCE ORGANIZATION IN THE GENOME OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Kurdihaidar, B., et al., Chromosoma, 1983. 88(5): p. 319-327.
124.    FINE STRUCTURE OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE AND THE CELLS LINED ALONG THE ENDOPHYTE CAVITY IN THE CORALLOID ROOT OF CYCAS Zhu, C., Acta Botanica Sinica, 1982. 24(2): p. 109-114.
125.    ULTRASTRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF STORAGE-CELLS OF THE CYCAS MEGAGAMETOPHYTE CULTURED INVITRO Rohr, R., Cytologia, 1981. 46(1-2): p. 359-370.
126.    ULTRASTRUCTURE AND PHENOLIC HISTOCHEMISTRY OF THE CYCAS REVOLUTA-ANABAENA SYMBIOSIS Obukowicz, M., M. Schaller, and G.S. Kennedy, New Phytologist, 1981. 87(4): p. 751-759.
127.    INTRANUCLEAR CYTOPLASMIC CANAL SYSTEM IN THE OOSPHERE NUCLEUS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA - AN EVIDENCE OF NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC INTERACTION Hiraoka, T., A. Wada, and Y. Takada, Journal of Ultrastructure Research, 1981. 77(3): p. 329-334.
128.    INTRA NUCLEAR CYTOPLASMIC CANAL SYSTEM IN OOSPHERE NUCLEUS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Wada, A. and Y. Takada, European Journal of Cell Biology, 1980. 22(1): p. 457-457.
129.    Tissue cultures of Cycas revoluta Garg, A. and E.R.S. Talpasayi, Journal of the Indian Botanical Society, 1980. 59(Suppl.): p. 38-38.
130.    REGENERATION OF CORALLOID ROOTS ON CYCAD CYCAS-REVOLUTA MEGA GAMETOPHYTES De Luca, P. and S. Sabato, Plant Science Letters, 1980. 18(1): p. 27-32.
131.    PURIFICATION BY CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROPERTIES OF BETA GLUCOSIDASE OF JAPANESE CYCAD Kobayashi, A., et al., Memoirs of the Faculty of Agriculture Kagoshima University, 1977. 13(22): p. 109-116.
132.    ROOTING RESPONSE OF CYCAS-RUMPHII AND CYCAS-REVOLUTA IN DIFFERENT MEDIA Bhattacharjee, A.P., et al., Bulletin of the Botanical Society of Bengal, 1976. 30(1-2): p. 141-142.
133.    VARIANTS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Satake, T., Journal of Japanese Botany, 1975. 50(12): p. 361-362.
134.    ROOTING RESPONSE OF CYCAS-RUMPHII AND CYCAS-REVOLUTA IN DIFFERENT ROOTING MEDIA Bhattacharjee, A.P., et al., Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings, 1975. 62: p. 67-67.
135.    BIFLAVONES FROM CYCAS-REVOLUTA, C.-C.A.C.-R.V., A. K., et al., Indian Journal of Chemistry, 1973. 11(12): p. 1209-1214.
136.    Natural carcinogens: toxicity and carcinogenicity of cyasin: induction of tumors by cycasin in the seeds of Cycas revoluta Lanqueur, G.L., Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical medicine, 1972. 30(4): p. 919-21.
137.    Natural carcinogens: present use of Cycas revoluta on Amami Oshima island Hirono, I., Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical medicine, 1972. 30(4): p. 924-924.
138.    CELL MORPHOLOGY OF BLUE-GREEN-ALGAE UNDER CULTURE CONDITIONS FROM CYCAS-REVOLUTA ISOLATED .2. ELECTRON-MICROSCOPE STUDY Grillicaiola, M., Caryologia, 1972. 25(2): p. 147-+.
139.    CELL MORPHOLOGY OF BLUE-GREEN-ALGAE UNDER CULTURE CONDITIONS FROM CYCAS-REVOLUTA ISOLATED .1. LIGHT MICROSCOPE OBSERVATIONS Grillicaiola, M., Caryologia, 1972. 25(2): p. 137-+.
140.    CELL MORPHOLOGY OF THE BLUE-GREEN ALGAE UNDER CULTURE CONDITIONS FROM CYCAS-REVOLUTA ISOLATED PART 2 AN ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDY Grilli Caiola, M., Caryologia, 1972. 25(2): p. 147-161.
141.    CELL MORPHOLOGY OF THE BLUE-GREEN ALGAE UNDER CULTURE CONDITIONS FROM CYCAS-REVOLUTA ISOLATED PART 1 LIGHT MICROSCOPE OBSERVATIONS Grilli Caiola, M., Caryologia, 1972. 25(2): p. 137-145.
142.    SEX CHROMOSOMES OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Segawa, M., S. Kishi, and S. Tatuno, Japanese Journal of Genetics, 1971. 46(1): p. 33-&.
143.    2, -.D.I.C.-R.G., H. and Degrootp.W, Phytochemistry, 1971. 10(8): p. 1936-&.
144.    STUDIES ON THE NUCLEASES FROM JAPANESE CYCAD-G CYCAS-REVOLUTA-G PART 3 RNASE AND PHOSPHOMONO ESTERASE ELUTED BY SALT SOLUTIONS FROM CYCAD-G POLLEN CELLS Hara, A., K. Yoshihara, and T. Watanabe, Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi, 1970. 44(9): p. 385-392.
145.    STUDIES ON NUCLEASES FROM JAPANESE CYCAD (CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB) .3 Hara, A., Yoshihar.K, and T. Watanabe, Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1970. 34(10): p. A31-&.
146.    STUDIES ON THE NUCLEASES FROM JAPANESE CYCAD-G CYCAS-REVOLUTA-G PART 1 PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND GENERAL PROPERTIES OF RNASE FROM ENDOSPERM Hara, A., H. Yano, and T. Watanabe, Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi, 1969. 43(1): p. 13-20.
147.    INDUCTION OF MAMMARY CANCER IN RATS WITH CYCASIN - A PRELIMINARY REPORT Kawaji, K., et al., Gann, 1968. 59(4): p. 361-+.
148.    HISTORY OF DISCOVERY OF SPERMATOZOIDS IN GINKGO BILOBA AND CYCAS REVOLUTA Ogura, Y., Phytomorphology, 1967. 17(1-4): p. 109-&.
149.    A fungus on the leaflets of Cycas revoluta Thunb Thind, K.S. and C.L. Mandahar, Res Bull Panjab Univ Sci, 1965. 16((4)): p. 313-314.
150.    A fungus on the leaflets of Cycas revoluta Thunb Thind, K.S. and Mandahar, Research Bulletin of the Panjab University, 1965. 16(4): p. 305-312; 313-314.
151.    CHANGES IN OSMOTIC VALUE OF ENDOSPERM SAP AND DIFFERENTIATION OF EGG CELL IN DEVELOPING OVULES OF CYCAS REVOLUTA (GYMNOSPERMAE) Ryczkows.M, Bulletin De L Academie Polonaise Des Sciences-Serie Des Sciences Biologiques, 1965. 13(9): p. 557-&.
152.    Changes in osmotic value of the endosperm sap and differentiation of the egg cell in developing ovules of Cycas revoluta Ryckowski, M., Bull Acad Pol Sci Ser Sci Biol, 1965. 13((9)): p. 557-559.
153.    CONTRIBUTION A LETUDE DES ENVELOPPES POLLINIQUES CHEZ DIOON EDULE STANGERIA PARADOXA CERATOZAMIA MEXICANA CYCAS REVOLUTA ET ENCEPHALARTOS VILLOSUS Audran, J.C., Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires Des Seances De L Academie Des Sciences, 1965. 260(10): p. 2883-&.
154.    NITROGEN FIXATION BY ENDOPHYTIC ALGA FROM CORALLOID ROOTS OF CYCAS REVOLUTA Venkataraman, G.S., K.M. Jacob, and S.K. Goyal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B-Biological Sciences, 1964. 34(2): p. 153-&.
155.    Fungi on Cycas revoluta. Thunb Rao, R. and V.S. Baheker, Mycopathol Mycol Appl, 1964. 23((4)): p. 266-268.
156.    SUBMICROSCOPIC STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHLOROPLASTS OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA Sun, C.N., Protoplasma, 1963. 56(4): p. 661-669.
157.    Investigations with electron micro-scope on Cyanophyta living in root nodules of Cycas revoluta Grilli, M., Ann Microbiol, 1963. 13((3/6)): p. 109-124.
158.    Observations on diseased leaves of the cycad Cycas revoluta Szober, J., Wiadomosci Bot, 1962. 6((4)): p. 348-354.
159.    SUBMICROSCOPIC STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHLOROPLASTS OF CYCAS REVOLUTA Sun, C.N., American Journal of Botany, 1961. 48(6): p. 537-&.
160.    Submicroscopic structure and development of the chloroplasts of Cycas revoluta Sun, C.N., Amer Jour Bot, 1961. 43((6 Pt. 2)): p. 537-537.
161.    NEOCYCASIN E, B.-C.-S.O.S.N.A.O.C.R.T.N., T., T. Numata, and K. Nishida, Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1961. 25(12): p. 937-&.
162.    Studies of the fine structure of tracheids in the Cycadales I. Cycas revoluta and Encephalartos sp Eicke, R. and I. Metzner-Kuster, Ber Deutsch Bot Ges, 1961. 74((3)): p. 99-104.
163.    A new fungus on the leaflets of Cycas revoluta Tandon, R.N. and K.S. Bilgrami, Current Sci, 1960. 29((2)): p. 57-59.
164.    THE STRUCTURE OF NEOCYCASIN-C FORMED BY TRANSGLYCOSYLATION WITH CYCAD EMULSIN - (STUDIES ON SOME NEW AZOXYGLYCOSIDES OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB .6 Nagahama, T., K. Nishida, and T. Numata, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1960. 24(5): p. 536-537.
165.    INTERCONVERSION BETWEEN THE AZOXYGLYCOSIDES BY CYCAD EMULSIN .3. STUDIES ON SOME NEW AZOXYGLYCOSIDES OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB Nagahama, T., K. Nishida, and T. Numata, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1960. 24(3): p. 322-323.
166.    STUDIES ON SOME NEW AZOXY GLYCOSIDES OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB .1. ON NEOCYCASIN-A, B.-L.N., K., et al., Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1959. 23(6): p. 460-464.
167.    STUDIES ON SOME NEW AZOXY GLYCOSIDES OF CYCAS REVOLUTA THUNB .2. NEOCYCASIN-B AND MACROZAMIN Nagahama, T., T. Numata, and K. Nishida, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1959. 23(6): p. 556-557.
168.    araucarioides, S.o.f.i.t.l.o.C.a.a.p.I.O.t.f.f.t.l.o.C.r.T.a.C.J.D.D.v. and T. Sawada, Journal of the Pharmaceutial Society of Japan, 1958. 78(9): p. 1010-1015.
169.    STUDIES ON CYCASIN, A.N.T.G., OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB .6. POLAROGRAPHY OF CYCASIN Nishida, K., A. Kobayashi, and T. Nagahama, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1956. 20(3): p. 122-126.
170.    STUDIES ON CYCASIN, A.N.T.G., OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB .5. QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CYCASIN IN CYCAD SEEDS Nishida, K., A. Kobayashi, and T. Nagahama, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1956. 20(2): p. 74-76.
171.    STUDIES ON CYCASIN, A.N.T.G., OF CYCAS REVOLUTA THUNB .2. HYDROLYSIS OF CYCASIN WITH CYCAD-EMULSIN Nishida, K., A. Kobayashi, and T. Nagahama, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1955. 19(3): p. 172-177.
172.    STUDIES ON CYCASIN, A.N.T.G., OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB .1. ISOLATION AND THE STRUCTURE OF CYCASIN Nishida, K., A. Kobayashi, and T. Nagahama, Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1955. 19(1): p. 77-84.
173.    Cycas revoluta Gorenflot, Revue horticole de l'Algerie, Tunisie, Maroc, 1955. 59: p. 317-21.
174.    Phyllosticta cycadina (Passer) on Cycas revoluta Tandon, R.N. and K.S. Bilgrami, Current Science, 1954. 23(11): p. 370-371.
175.    Abnormal leaves of Cycas revoluta Thunb. II Srivastava, R.K., Proc Natl Acad Sci India, 1952. 22((1/5)): p. 19-20.
176.    Abnormal leaves of Cycas revoluta Thunb. I Srivastava, R.K., Proc Natl Acad Sci India, 1952. 22((1/5)): p. 11-18.
177.    ABNORMAL LEAVES OF CYCAS-REVOLUTA THUNB Srivastava, R.K., Nature, 1952. 170(4319): p. 252-252.
178.    A note on the association of Chlorococcum humicolum in the roots of Cycas revoluta Fernandes, F. and J.V. Bhat, Current Sci, 1945. 14(9): p. 235-235.
179.    The blight disease of Cycas revoluta Weber, G.F., Proc Florida Acad Sci, 1944. 7((2/3)): p. 129-132.
180.    Further studies on zonal structure and growth of the shoot apex of Cycas revoluta thunb Foster, A.S., American Journal of Botany, 1940. 27(7): p. 487-501.
181.    Concerning fruit pigments of the sago palm (Cycas revoluta) Manunta, C., Helvetica Chimica Acta, 1939. 22: p. 1153-1154.
182.    Some anatomical notes on Cycas revoluta, e.o.i.a.s.g.H., Tsugio, Jap Jour Bot, 1939. 10((3)): p. 285-307.
183.    Structure and growth of the shoot apex of Cycas revoluta Foster, A.S., American Journal of Botany, 1939. 26(6): p. 372-385.
184.    Biochemical studies on "Sotetsu " (Cycas revoluta Thunb.). 6. On the poison-removal of the "Sotetsu"-seed and its nutritive value Nishida, K., Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan, 1936. 12: p. 1106-1116.
185.    Fascicled roots of Cycas revoluta Bryan, G.S., American Journal of Botany, 1936. 23(5): p. 334-335.
186.    The anomalous root structure of Cycas revoluta Atwood, S., American Journal of Botany, 1936. 23(5): p. 336-340.
187.    The coral-roots of Cycas revoluta, C.c.a.Z.f.a.t.a.i.t.C., H. and A.R. Akhtar, Jour Indian Bot Soc, 1931. 10((1)): p. 43-59.
188.    On the structure of the cytoplasm around the blepharoplast in Cycas revoluta Kuwada, Y. and T.-S. Maeda, Mem Coll Sci Kyoto Imp Univ Ser B, 1929. 4((3)): p. 165-174.
189.    Brainea insignis J Smith, a.c.f.t.l.l.C.r.T.O., Masasuke, Jour Japanese Bot, 1927. 4((4)): p. 96-98.
190.    On the chemical study of seed protein of Cycas revoluta Thunb Yoshimura, K. and M.-B. Tsujimoto, Bull Kagoshima Imp Coll Agric & Forest, 1926. 6: p. 83-192.
191.    On the chemical constituents of the staminate flower of Cycas revoluta Thunb Yoshimura, K. and K. Hino, Bull Kagoshima Imp Coll Agric & Forest, 1926. 6: p. 59-63.
192.    Further studies on the staining reaction of the spennatozoids and egg cytoplasm in Cycas revoluta Kuwada, Y., Bot Mag Tokyo, 1926. 40((472)): p. 198-201.
193.    The cotyledones of Ginkgo biloba and Cycas revoluta Wigglesworth, G., Annals of Botany, 1903. 17(65-68): p. 789-791.
194.    The tuber-like rootlets of Cycas revoluta. Contributions from the Hull botanical laboratory. XXVI Life, A.C., Botanical Gazette, 1901. 31(1-6): p. 265-271.
195.    Peach kernel porridge used e.g. for promoting blood circulation and relieving pain includes peach kernel, r., black rice, red bean, black bean, Dalbergia wood, peanut coat, toad, gall head, climbing nightshade, Cycas revoluta and Lotus Yu, Z. and J. Dan. Fuyang Yingzhou Jinhufeng Planting Farme.
196.    Electric mosquito-repellant incense liquid contains meperfluthrin, D.o.e., garlic extract, orange peel extract, mint extract, plantain seed, Eucalyptus oil, camphor, Cycas revoluta extract, lavender, and deionized water Xu, G. Qingdao Dafang Zhihui Network Technology.
197.    Cycas revoluta miniascape watering machine, h.b.b.w.l.u.p.i.c.t.w.g.p.w.w.p., and holes uniformly distributed on basin surface, where diameter of holes is in specified value Wu, W. Wu W.
198.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating oral cancer comprises e.g. Hedyotis diffusa, P.p., Salvia chinensis, Selaginella moellendorffii, Cycas revoluta leaves, Hedyotis tenelliflora and rhizoma polygonati Wang, X. Qingdao Blueprint Culture Culture Transm.
199.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for e.g. treating blood stasis and chronic pancreatitis, c.E.m.r., Cycas revoluta leaves, Crotalaria ferruginea, Akebia trifoliata and Seville orange flower Wang, G. Wang G.
200.    Reeling room disinfectant includes Cycas revoluta, s.c.r., coriaceous knotweed rhizome, partedleaf violet herb, Corydalis temulifolia, Cynoglossum officinale, Crateva unilocularis, Lysimachia nummularia, and blowpipe Sun, F. Sun F.
201.    Use of composition in preparation of disinfectant for reeling room, c.C.r., root of sharpspur corydalis, Hemsleya sphaerocarpa, Temulifolia species, Cynoglossum officinale and Crateva unilocularis Sun, F. Sun F.
202.    Preparation of reeling room disinfectant used for disinfecting Bacillus stearothermophilus involves taking Cycas revoluta root, C.s.r., Philippine violet and Lysimachia hemsleyana, extracting, filtering and concentrating Sun, F. Sun F; Li S.
203.    Burn spray used for relieving pain and eliminating burn scar, c.P.c.l., melon shoots, Umbilicaria esculenta, watermelon seedling, lotus leaves, Cycas revoluta, flos campsis and Lindernia mumularifolia Li, X. Li X.
204.    The endophytic alga from the coralloid roots of Cycas revoluta tested for ability to fix nitrogen Jacob, K.M. and G.S. Venkataraman, Agr Res [India]. 3((2)): p. 99-1963.
205.    Chinese medicine for curing primary carcinoma comprises twenty six Chinese medicinal materials of wild buck wheat root, x., aidisia punctate, shiraia bambusicola and leaf of cycas revoluta Huang, D., X. Huang, and D. Fang. Huang D.
206.    Hair cosmetics for preventing and improving white hair, c.p.e.o.p.m.a.C.r. Kao Corp; Oji Paper Co.
 

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impetiginosus Hedychium spicatum Helianthus annuus Helicteres isora Helinus lanceolatus Heliotropium indicum Hemidesmus indicus Hemigraphis alternata Hemigraphis colorata Hemigraphis hirta Heracleum sphondylium Herpetospermum pedunculosum Hibiscus cannabinus Hibiscus esculentus Hibiscus hirtus Hibiscus lobatus Hibiscus radiatus Hibiscus vitifolius Holarrhena antidysenterica Holarrhena pubescens Holoptelea integrifolia Hosta plantaginea Hoya carnosa Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides Hydrolea zeylanica Hygrophila auriculata Hygrophila polysperma Hygrophila schulli Hylocereus undatus Hymenocallis speciosa Hypericum dyeri Hypericum elodeoides Hypericum oblongifolium Hyptis suaveolens Ilex dipyrena Impatiens balsamina Impatiens racemosa Indigofera aspalathoides Indigofera astragalina Indigofera glabra Ipomoea alba Ipomoea aquatica Ipomoea marginata Isodon rugosus Ixeris polycephala Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacquemontia pentantha Jasminum auriculatum Jasminum multiflorum Jatropha curcas Jatropha gossypifolia Juncus thomsonii Justicia adhatoda Justicia brandegeeana Justicia carnea Justicia gendarussa Justicia pubigera Kalanchoe blossfeldiana Kallstroemia pubescens Koelreuteria elegans Koenigia delicatula Kopsia fruticosa Kydia calycina Kyllinga brevifolia Lablab purpureus Lactuca dissecta Lantana camara Lathyrus sativus Leea aequata Lens culinaris Leonotis nepetifolia Leonurus cardiaca Lepidium sativum Lepisanthes rubiginosa Leucas aspera Leucas nutans Leucostemma latifolium Leycesteria formosa Ligularia amplexicaulis Ligularia fischeri Lilium polyphyllum Linum usitatissimum Liparis nervosa Liquidambar formosana Litsea monopetala Macaranga peltata Maesa argentea Magnolia champaca Mahonia napaulensis Malachra Capitata Mallotus nudiflorus Mallotus philippinensis Malva sylvestris Malvastrum coromandelianum Martynia annua Medicago lupulina Medicinal Plants of India Melilotus indicus Melochia corchorifolia Memecylon edule Memecylon umbellatum Mercurialis annua Meriandra strobilifera Merremia cissoides Mesua ferrea Micrococca mercuriali Micromeria biflora Mikania micrantha Millettia pinnata Mimosa pudica Mitragyna parvifolia Modiola caroliniana Momordica charantia Momordica cochinchinensis Morinda citrifolia Morinda pubescens Moringa oleifera Mucuna pruriens Muehlenbeckia platyclada Muehlenbeckia platyclados Muntingia calabura Murdannia nudiflora Murraya koenigii Muscari neglectum Myriactis nepalensis Myristica fragrans Myrtus communis Naravelia zeylanica Nardostachys grandiflora Nardostachys jatamansi Naringi crenulata Nasturtium officinale Nelumbo nucifera Neolamarckia cadamba Nepeta laevigata Nerium indicum Nerium oleander Nicotiana plumbaginifolia Nicotiana rustica Nicotiana tabacum Nigella sativa Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Nymphaea nouchali Nymphaea pubescens Nymphoides indica Ocimum basilicum Ocimum gratissimum Ocimum kilimandscharicum Ocimum sanctum Oldenlandia umbellata Ononis repens Ononis spinosa Operculina turpethum Oroxylum indicum Osteospermum ecklonis Others Oxyria digyna Pachygone ovata Pachyrhizus erosus Paederia foetida Pandanus tectorius Passiflora caerulea Passiflora vitifolia Pavetta indica Pentapetes phoenicea Pentas lanceolata Peperomia argyreia Peperomia heyneana Peperomia pellucida Peperomia sandersii Peperomia tetraphylla Perilla frutescens Persicaria amplexicaulis Persicaria barbata Persicaria capitata Persicaria glabra Persicaria nepalensis Phalaenopsis taenialis Phaulopsis dorsiflora Philodendron bipinnatifidum Phlomis bracteosa Phlomoides bracteosa Phyllanthus acidus Phyllanthus amarus Phyllanthus fraternus Phyllanthus lawii Phyllanthus rotundifolius Physalis peruviana Picrorhiza kurroa Pilea microphylla Piper betle Piper longum Piper nigrum Pisonia aculeata Pistia stratiotes Pisum sativum Plantago orbignyana Plantago ovata Platanthera edgeworthii Platostoma elongatum Plectranthus barbatus Plectranthus scutellarioides Plumbago auriculata Plumbago capensis Plumbago zeylanica Plumeria rubra Podranea ricasoliana Polemonium caeruleum Polygala crotalarioides Polygala persicariifolia Polygonatum verticillatum Polygonum amplexicaule Polygonum barbatum Polygonum recumbens Pongamia pinnata Portulaca oleracea Portulaca umbraticola Portulacaria afra Potentilla fruticosa Potentilla supina Premna corymbosa Primula denticulata Primula floribunda Primula vulgaris Prunus Amygdalus Prunus dulcis Pseuderanthemum carruthersii Pseudobombax ellipticum Pseudocaryopteris foetida Psidium guajava Psidium guineense Pterocarpus santalinus Pterospermum acerifolium Pterospermum lanceifolium Pterygota alata Pulicaria dysenterica Punica granatum Putranjiva roxburghii Pyrostegia venusta Quisqualis indica Ranunculus arvensis Ranunculus laetus Ranunculus sceleratus Raphanus sativus Rauvolfia serpentina Rauvolfia tetraphylla Reinwardtia indica Rhamphicarpa fistulosa Rhodiola trifida Rhodiola wallichiana Rhododendron arboreum Rhynchosia viscosa Ricinus communis Rorippa indica Roscoea purpurea Rosmarinus officinalis Ruellia patula Ruellia prostrata Ruellia tuberosa Rumex dentatus Rumex hastatus Rungia pectinata Saccharum officinarum Saccharum spontaneum Salix denticulata Salix tetrasperma Salvadora persica Salvia involucrata Salvia nubicola Salvia splendens Sambucus canadensis Sambucus mexicana Sambucus nigra Santalum album Sapindus saponaria Saussurea auriculata Saussurea candicans Saussurea obvallata Scadoxus multiflorus Scutellaria grossa Scutellaria repens Sedum oreades Semecarpus anacardium Senna auriculata Senna occidentalis Senna siamea Senna sophera Sesbania bispinosa Sesbania grandiflora Seseli diffusum Sesuvium portulacastrum Setaria verticillata Shorea robusta Sida cordata Sida cordifolia Sida retusa Sida spinosa Sideritis hirsuta Smithia ciliata Solanum chrysotrichum Solanum erianthum Solanum jasminoides Solanum melongena Solanum nigrum Solanum sisymbriifolium Solanum surattense Solanum torvum Solanum tuberosum Solanum villosum Soymida febrifuga Sphaeranthus amaranthoides Sphenoclea zeylanica Spiranthes australis Spiranthes sinensis Spondias pinnata Stellaria media Stephania japonica Sterculia alata Sterculia foetida Sterculia villosa Stereospermum tetragonum Striga asiatica Strophanthus boivinii Strychnos potatorum Suaeda maritima Suregada multiflora Swertia angustifolia Swertia cordata Swertia paniculata Swietenia macrophylla Swietenia mahagoni Syzygium aromaticum Syzygium cumini Syzygium jambos Syzygium samarangense Tabebuia aurea Tabebuia avellanedae Talinum portulacifolium Tamarindus indica Tecoma castanifolia Tephrosia purpurea Teramnus labialis Terminalia catappa Terminalia chebula Teucrium botrys Teucrium royleanum Thalictrum foliolosum Thespesia populnea Thunbergia erecta Thunbergia fragrans Thunbergia grandiflora Thymus linearis Tiliacora acuminata Tiliacora racemosa Tinospora cordifolia Tinospora crispa Tinospora sinensis Toona ciliata Trewia nudiflora Tribulus terrestris Trichodesma indicum Trichosanthes cucumerina Trichosanthes palmata Trichosanthes tricuspidata Trifolium repens Trigonella foenum-graecum Triumfetta rhomboidea Uraria picta Urena lobata Urena sinuata Urginea coromandeliana Vachellia horrida Valeriana jatamansi Vanda tessellata Veronica serpyllifolia Viburnum coriaceum Vicia bakeri Vicia faba Vicia sativa Vigna radiata Vigna unguiculata Vinca rosea Viola rupestris Vitex negundo Vitis vinifera Withania somnifera Wrightia tinctoria Wulfeniosis amherstiana Zamia furfuracea Ziziphus jujuba Ziziphus mauritiana