Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Hippophae rhamnoides, Sea buckthorn, Dhurchuk, Sanddorn, Argousier, Tyrni, Չիչխան սովորական, Almindelig Havtorn


Hippophae rhamnoides L.
Family: Elaeagnaceae
Synonyms: Argussiera rhamnoides Bubani; Argussiera rhamnoides (L.) Bubani; Elaeagnus rhamnoides Royle;  Elaeagnus  rhamnoides  (L.)  A.  Nelson;  Hippophae rhamnoidea  St.-Lag.;  Hippophaes rhamnoideum  (L.)  St.Lag.; Hippophaes rhamnoideum St.-Lag.; Rhamnoides hippophae Moench
  • English: Sea buckthorn, seaberry
  • Arabic: أبو فايس
  • Armenian: Չիչխան սովորական
  • Azerbaijani: Murdarçayabənzər çaytikanı
  • Bashkir: Һырғанаҡ
  • Belarusian: Абляпіха крушынападобная
  • Bulgarian: Облепиха
  • Catalan: Arç groc
  • Croatian: Pasji trn
  • Czech: Rakytník řešetlákový
  • Danish: Almindelig Havtorn
  • Dutch: Duindoorn
  • Estonian: Harilik astelpaju
  • Finnish: Tyrni
  • French: Argousier
  • Galaician: Espiñeiro marítimo
  • German: Sanddorn
  • Hindi: Dhurchuk, Chumaa, Tarwaa
  • Hungarian: Európai homoktövis
  • Italian:olivella spinosa
  • Kabardian: Къазмакъей
  • Kashubian: Sëdwina
  • Kazakh: Шырғанақ (өсімдік)
  • Kyrgyz:  Кaдимки чычыpкaнaк (Kadimki chychyrkanak)
  • Latvian: Pabērzu smiltsērkšķis
  • Lithuanian: Dygliuotasis šaltalankis
  • Manx: Bugogue varrey
  • Nepali: मलो malo
  • Norwagian: Tindved
  • Pashto: اکبار
  • Persian: سنجد تلخ
  • Polish: Rokitnik zwyczajny
  • Punjabi: Sirmaa
  • Romanian: cătină
  • Russian:oblepicha
  • Serbian: Пасји трн
  • Slovanian: Navadni rakitovec
  • Spanish: Espino Amarillo
  • Swedish: Havtorn
  • Udmurt: Вӧёпу
  • Uzbek:  Chakanda
  • Voro: Nõglapai

Description: Thorny deciduous  shrub or  small tree. Leaves oblong-lanceolate, white-downy beneath. Male flowers yellowish-brown in small catkins that appear before leaves; female in small racemes appearing with the leaves. Fruits globular, orange or red berry.

Shrub, deep penetrating strong root system, thorny branches, juicy ripe fruits edible, fodder for goats, camel and sheep. [CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants]

The fruit of H. rhamnoides L. is a traditional herbal medicine mainly used in Tibet and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regions to regulate the function of stomach and intestines, and treat syndromes such as indigestion, abdominal pains, etc.  It has been well documented to have antioxidant, immunostimulative, regenerative, and antiulcerogenic properties, a protective effect against injuries in mice and effects on hyperlipidemic serum cultured smooth-muscle cells in vitro.  The alcoholic extracts of leaves and fruits of the plant at a concentration of 0.5 mg/mL were found to inhibit chromium-induced free radical production, apoptosis, and DNA fragmentation. In addition, these extracts were able to arrest the chromium-induced inhibition of lymphocyte proliferation. [Herbal and Traditional Medicine]

The fruits are used as an analgesic, as a remedy for stomach pain, to improve digestion, and to treat scurvy.  A decoction of the fruits is drunk to treat ulcers and is added to baths to prevent skin diseases. Fresh fruits are used to  moisturize the skin, to help heal small wounds and burns, and to treat skin diseases associated with poor metabolism. An  infusion of the leaves is drunk or the leaves are directly applied to the body to treat rheumatism. A decoction of the seeds  is used as a laxative. [Medicinal Plants of Central Asia Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan]

Fruit—astringent, antidiarrhoeal, stomachic, antitussive, antihaemorrhagic. SeaBuckthorn preparationsareused internally for stomach ulcer, duodenal ulcer and other illnesses of the alimentary organs; externally in cases of burns, bedsores and other skin complications induced by the treatment with X-rays and other radiations. [Indian Medicinal Plants An Illustrated Dictionary]

Topical  application  of  1.0%  seabuckthorn leaf  extract  statistically  significantly  augmented the healing process, as evidenced by increases in the content of hydroxyproline  and protein as well as the reduction in wound area when compared with similar effects  in response to  treabnent using povidone-iodine ointment (standard care).  The  reduced  glutathione, vitamin C, superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase activities  showed significant increases in seabuckthorn leaf extract-treated wounds as compared to  controls.  The  lipid  peroxide  levels  were significantly  decreased  in  leaf  extract-treated  wounds. The results suggest that aqueous leaf extract of sea buckthorn promotes wound  healing,  which  may  be  due  to  increased  antioxidant  levels in  the  granulation  tissue. [Herbal Cures: Traditional Approach]

With high levels of minerals and vitamins A and  C, sea buckthorn’s tart-tasting berries make an  ideal supplement to prevent colds and sore throats. As a natural supplement, the  juice or syrup of  sea buckthorn will  improve resistance to colds, sore throat,  and sinus problems. Rich in antioxidant  bioflavonoids, sea buckthorn supports  capillary and arterial health when taken  long-term. [Herbal Remedies]

Used in Toothache, joint pain,liver, lung and phlegm diseases, menstrual disorders,dysentery, gum infection, blood disorders, diabetes and intestinal parasites. Fruits are edible raw, also used extensively for the preparation of concentrate. [Medicinal Plants of Dolpo]

650 Published articles of  Hippophae rhamnoides

1.    Genome-wide analysis of long non-coding RNAs at the mature stage of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides Linn) fruit Zhang, G., et al., Gene, 2017. 596: p. 130-136.
2.    Phytochemical composition and antibacterial activity of the essential oils from different parts of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Yue, X.-F., et al., Journal of Food and Drug Analysis, 2017. 25(2): p. 327-332.
3.    Flavonoid-enriched extract from Hippophae rhamnoides seed reduces high fat diet induced obesity, h., and hepatic triglyceride accumulation in C57BL/6 mice Yang, Xin, et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2017. 55(1): p. 1207-1214.
4.    Effects of latitude and weather conditions on proanthocyanidins in berries of Finnish wild and cultivated sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp rhamnoides) Yang, W., et al., Food Chemistry, 2017. 216: p. 87-96.
5.    Characteristics and affecting factors of sap flow density of Pinus tabuliformis and Hippophae rhamnoides in growing season in the hilly region of the Loess Plateau, C.W., Jie, et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2017. 28(3): p. 763-771.
6.    Novel cheese production by incorporation of sea buckthorn berries (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) supported probiotic cells Terpou, A., et al., Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2017. 79: p. 616-624.
7.    Satellite DNA and Transposable Elements in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides), a.D.P.w.S.Y.a.L.X.C.P., Janka, et al., Genome Biology and Evolution, 2017. 9(1): p. 197-212.
8.    Effects of soil drought on photosynthetic traits and antioxidant enzyme activities in Hippophae rhamnoides seedlings Liu, J., et al., Journal of Forestry Research, 2017. 28(2): p. 255-263.
9.    NMR metabolomics demonstrates phenotypic plasticity of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries with respect to growth conditions in Finland and Canada Kortesniemi, M., et al., Food Chemistry, 2017. 219: p. 139-147.
10.    Augmentation of humoral and cellular immunity in response to Tetanus and Diphtheria toxoids by supercritical carbon dioxide extracts of Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaves Jayashankar, B., et al., International Immunopharmacology, 2017. 44: p. 123-136.
11.    Comparative assessment of phytochemical profiles, a.a.a.a.o.S.b.H.r.L.b.G., Ruixue, et al., Food Chemistry, 2017. 221: p. 997-1003.
12.    ISSR markers for gender identification and genetic diagnosis of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. turkestanica growing at high altitudes in Ladakh region (Jammu and Kashmir) Das, K., et al., Protoplasma, 2017. 254(2): p. 1063-1077.
13.    Thermal stability of the complex formed between carotenoids from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) and bovine beta-lactoglobulin Aprodu, I., et al., Spectrochimica Acta Part a-Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 2017. 173: p. 562-571.
14.    Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp rhamnoides) Berries in Nordic Environment: Compositional Response to Latitude and Weather Conditions Zheng, J., H. Kallio, and B. Yang, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2016. 64(24): p. 5031-5044.
15.    Impacts of soil petroleum contamination on nutrient release during litter decomposition of Hippophae rhamnoides Zhang, X., et al., Environmental Science-Processes & Impacts, 2016. 18(3): p. 398-405.
16.    Proanthocyanidins in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries of Different Origins with Special Reference to the Influence of Genetic Background and Growth Location Yang, W., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2016. 64(6): p. 1274-1282.
17.    Effects of aqueous extracts from Panax ginseng and Hippophae rhamnoides on acute alcohol intoxication: An experimental study using mouse model Wen, D.-C., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2016. 192: p. 67-73.
18.    Protective Effect of Proanthocyanidins from Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides L.) Seed against Visible Light-Induced Retinal Degeneration in Vivo Wang, Y., et al., Nutrients, 2016. 8(5).
19.    Protective Effect of Total Flavones from Hippophae rhamnoides L. against Visible Light-Induced Retinal Degeneration in Pigmented Rabbits Wang, Y., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2016. 64(1): p. 161-170.
20.    Hippophae rhamnoides N-glycoproteome analysis: a small step towards sea buckthorn proteome mining Sougrakpam, Y. and R. Deswal, Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants, 2016. 22(4): p. 473-484.
21.    CARPOLOGICAL STUDY ON HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L Perk, A.A. and Z. Deniz, Bangladesh Journal of Botany, 2016. 45(2): p. 345-351.
22.    FROST HARDINESS OF INTRODUCED SEA BUCKTHORN (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) GENOTYPES IN CENTRAL RUSSIA Ozherelieva, Z., P. Prudnikov, and N. Bogomolova, Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences Section B Natural Exact and Applied Sciences, 2016. 70(2): p. 88-95.
23.    Hippophae rhamnoides L. Fruits Reduce the Oxidative Stress in Human Blood Platelets and Plasma Olas, B., et al., Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 2016.
24.    Impact of electron beam irradiation on quality of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) oil Nemtanu, M.R. and M. Brasoveanu, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2016. 96(5): p. 1736-1744.
25.    Palmitolenic acid, a.c.o.t.s.b.H.r.o.f.a., restores tear secretion in a murine dry eye model Nakamura, Shigeru, et al., Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2016. 57(12).
26.    Flavonol glycosides in berries of two major subspecies of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) and influence of growth sites Ma, X., et al., Food Chemistry, 2016. 200: p. 189-198.
27.    Allelopathic effects of humus forest soil of Hippophae rhamnoides, C.k.a.A.f.o.m.p.L., Xiao, et al., Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture, 2016. 28(7): p. 468-476.
28.    Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) oil protects against chronic stress-induced inhibitory function of natural killer cells in rats Hou, D., et al., International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology, 2016. 29(1): p. 76-83.
29.    Physiological, b., and proteome profiling reveals key pathways underlying the drought stress responses of Hippophae rhamnoides He, Cai Y., et al., Proteomics, 2016. 16(20): p. 2688-2697.
30.    Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) vegetative parts as an unconventional source of lipophilic antioxidants Gornas, P., et al., Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 2016. 23(4): p. 512-516.
31.    Investigation of the antiulcerogenic effects of ether extract of Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaf on indomethacine-induced stomach ulcer in rats Duysak, L., et al., Febs Journal, 2016. 283: p. 398-399.
32.    A comparison of the pharmacokinetics of three different preparations of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides in beagle dogs after oral administration Duan, J., et al., European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, 2016. 41(3): p. 239-249.
33.    The effect of rat liver tissue radical metabolism and the protective role of Hippophae rhamnoides L. on cold and immobilization stress model Cavak, N. and M.K. Gumustas, Febs Journal, 2016. 283: p. 398-398.
34.    Modular growth and clonal propagation of Hippophae rhamnoides subsp sinensis in response to irrigation intensity Cao, Z., et al., Journal of Forestry Research, 2016. 27(5): p. 1019-1028.
35.    Multifunctional antistress effects of standardized aqueous extracts from Hippophae rhamnoides L Bae, D., et al., Animal Cells and Systems, 2016. 20(6): p. 369-383.
36.    OPTIMIZING CONDITIONS FOR REFINING UNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS FROM HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L. SEED OIL BY MOLECULAR DISTILLATION USING RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY Zhang, H., et al., Acta Alimentaria, 2015. 44(3): p. 333-341.
37.    Effect of Monospecific and Mixed SeaBuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Plantations on the Structure and Activity of Soil Microbial Communities Yu, X., et al., Plos One, 2015. 10(2).
38.    Effect of afforestation modes on soil microbial community and nitrogen functional genes in Hippophae rhamnoides plantation Yang, D., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2015. 26(12): p. 3634-3640.
39.    Comparison of isorhamnetin absorption properties in total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L. with its pure form in a Caco-2 cell model mediated by multidrug resistance-associated protein Xie, Y., et al., European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2015. 73: p. 1-8.
40.    Anticancer and immunostimulating activities of a novel homogalacturonan from Hippophae rhamnoides L. berry Wang, H., et al., Carbohydrate Polymers, 2015. 131: p. 288-296.
41.    Effect of growth environment on the gene expression and lipids related to triacylglycerol biosynthesis in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries Vuorinen, A.L., et al., Food Research International, 2015. 77: p. 608-619.
42.    DETERMINATION OF A PROCEDURE FOR QUANTIFICATION OF ANTHOCYANS IN SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES) FRUITS Trineeva, O.V., et al., Farmatsiya (Moscow), 2015(7): p. 9-13.
43.    Analysis of Lipophilic and Hydrophilic Bioactive Compounds Content in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries Teleszko, M., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2015. 63(16): p. 4120-4129.
44.    Evaluation of antioxidant and neuroprotective effect of Hippophae rhamnoides (L.) on oxidative stress induced cytotoxicity in human neural cell line IMR32 Shivapriya, S., K. Ilango, and G.P. Dubey, Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 2015. 22(5): p. 645-650.
45.    Shoot organogenesis from roots of seabuckthorn (HippophaA << rhamnoides L.): structure, i.a.e.o.p.a.a.S., Syed Rehmat Ullah, et al., Trees-Structure and Function, 2015. 29(6): p. 1989-2001.
46.    Root morphology and cluster root formation by seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in response to nitrogen, p.a.i.d.S., Syed Rehmat Ullah, P. Agback, and P.-O. Lundquist, Plant and Soil, 2015. 397(1-2): p. 75-91.
47.    A pharmacological investigation of Hippophae salicifolia (HS) and Hippophae rhamnoides turkestanica (HRT) against multiple stress (C-H-R): an experimental study using rat model Rathor, R., et al., Cell Stress & Chaperones, 2015. 20(5): p. 821-831.
48.    COMMON SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L.) AS AN ALTERNATIVE ORCHARD PLANT Pilat, B., A. Bieniek, and R. Zadernowski, Polish Journal of Natural Sciences, 2015. 30(4): p. 417-430.
49.    Study of Antimicrobial Activity of Sea Buckthorn Oil (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) against Helicobacter pylori Mamedov, N.A., M. Urbanowski, and L.E. Craker, in International Symposium on Medicinal Plants and Natural Products, J. Ghaemghami and A. Cuerrier, Editors. 2015. p. 91-94.
50.    Determination of plasma concentration of quercetin, k.a.i.i.H.r.e.b.H.-M.M.a.p.i.r.L., Y., et al., Zhongguo Zhongyao Zazhi, 2015. 40(19).
51.    Plant growth-promoting traits of phosphate solubilizing bacteria isolated from Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Sea-buckthorn) growing in cold desert Trans-Himalayan Lahul and Spiti regions of India Kumar, A., et al., Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2015. 37(3).
52.    Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) as a potential source of nutraceutics and its therapeutic possibilities - a review Krejcarova, J., et al., Acta Veterinaria Brno, 2015. 84(3): p. 257-268.
53.    Evaluation of water use of Caragana korshinskii and Hippophae rhamnoides in the Chinese Loess Plateau Jian, S., et al., Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2015. 45(1): p. 15-25.
54.    Stem sap flow dynamics of Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp sinensis Rousi in relation to environmental factors in Ulan Buh Desert during fruit stage Huang, Y.-r., et al., Shengtaixue Zazhi, 2015. 34(11): p. 3125-3131.
55.    Rapid, S., and Sensitive Analysis of Triterpenic Acids in Hippophae rhamnoides L. Using HPLC with Pre-Column Fluorescent Derivatization and Identification with Post-Column APCI-MS Hu, Na, et al., Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies, 2015. 38(4): p. 451-458.
56.    LABORATORY ANIMALS Gorbatyuk, N. O., S.T.I.O.T.S.O.T.A.F.S.B.H.R.L.A.C.V.O.L.O.T.L.A.O.B.S.I., et al., Eksperimental'naya i Klinicheskaya Farmakologiya, 2015. 78(10): p. 12-14.
57.    Optimization of subcritical water extraction parameters of antioxidant polyphenols from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed residue Gong, Y., et al., Journal of Food Science and Technology-Mysore, 2015. 52(3): p. 1534-1542.
58.    Metabolite profiling and expression analysis of flavonoid, v.C.a.t.b.g.i.t.a.-r.s.b.H.r.L.F., Tahira, et al., Phytochemistry, 2015. 118: p. 181-191.
59.    Analysis of genetic relationships in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) germplasm from China and other countries using ISSR markers Ding, J., et al., Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 2015. 90(6): p. 599-606.
60.    Sex-Biased Temporal Gene Expression in Male and Female Floral Buds of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Chawla, A., et al., Plos One, 2015. 10(4).
61.    DeepSAGE Based Differential Gene Expression Analysis under Cold and Freeze Stress in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Chaudhary, S. and P.C. Sharma, Plos One, 2015. 10(3).
62.    Proximate composition, m.c., phytochemical constituents, antimicrobial activities and Fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy analysis of bark, stem and seed of Hippophae rhamnoides Linn Ali, Javid, et al., Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 2015. 3(6): p. 486-490.
63.    Comparative antitumor and anti-proliferative activities of Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaves extracts Ali, J. and B. Ahmad, Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 2015. 3(3): p. 228-232.
64.    Brine shrimp cytotoxic activities of Hippophae rhamnoides Linn leaves extracts Ali, J. and B. Ahmad, Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 2015. 3(4): p. 322-325.
65.    Evaluation of antioxidant activities of Hippophae rhamnoides Linn leaves extracts Ali, J. and B. Ahmad, Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 2015. 3(5): p. 379-381.
66.    HEAVY METALS ACCUMULATION IN THE BERRIES OF HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES (ELAEAGNACEAE) UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF TRAFFIC POLLUTION (REPUBLIC OF BURYATIA) Afanasyeva, L.V. and V.K. Kashin, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 2015. 51(4): p. 554-563.
67.    The Effect of Hippophae rhamnoides Extract on Oxidative Damage on Rat's Gastric Tissue Depending on Co-Implementation of Methotrexate and Indomethacin Yilmaz, I., et al., Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 2014. 33(3): p. 453-458.
68.    Phytic acid enhances the oral absorption of isorhamnetin, q., and kaempferol in total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L Xie, Yan, et al., Fitoterapia, 2014. 93: p. 216-225.
69.    Phylogeographic study of Chinese seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides subsp sinensis Rousi) reveals two distinct haplotype groups and multiple microrefugia on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Wang, H., et al., Ecology and Evolution, 2014. 4(22): p. 4370-4379.
70.    Antioxidant and radical scavenging activities in fruits of 6 sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) cultivars Rop, O., et al., Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2014. 38(2): p. 224-232.
71.    Carotenoid composition of berries and leaves from six Romanian sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) varieties Pop, R.M., et al., Food Chemistry, 2014. 147: p. 1-9.
72.    Changes in content of major phenolic compounds during leaf development of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Morgenstern, A., et al., Agricultural and Food Science, 2014. 23(3): p. 207-219.
73.    Survival Response of Hippocampal Neurons under Low Oxygen Conditions Induced by Hippophae rhamnoides is Associated with JAK/STAT Signaling Manickam, M. and R. Tulsawani, Plos One, 2014. 9(2).
74.    Pollination ecology of Himalayan sea buckthorn, H.r.L.E.M., Yash and R. Tandon, Current Science, 2014. 106(12): p. 1731-1735.
75.    Postprandial response on fatty meal is affected by sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) supplementation: NMR metabolomics study Lindstedt, A., et al., Food Research International, 2014. 58: p. 23-34.
76.    Variation in leaf nitrogen and phosphorus stoichiometry in the nitrogen-fixing Chinese sea-buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp sinensis Rousi) across northern China Li, X., K. Sun, and F.Y. Li, Ecological Research, 2014. 29(4): p. 723-731.
77.    Bioactive Compounds of Sea Buckthorns (Hippophae rhamnoides) Berries and Leaves - Effects of Drying and Extraction Methods Kyriakopoulou, K., et al., in X International Symposium on Vaccinium and Other Superfruits, O. VanKooten and F. Brouns, Editors. 2014. p. 399-406.
78.    H-1 NMR spectroscopy reveals the effect of genotype and growth conditions on composition of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries Kortesniemi, M., et al., Food Chemistry, 2014. 147: p. 138-146.
79.    Variability and the genotypic effect on antioxidant activity, t.p., carotenoids and ascorbic acid content in seventeen natural population of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) from trans-Himalaya Korekar, Girish, et al., Lwt-Food Science and Technology, 2014. 55(1): p. 157-162.
80.    Seabuckthron (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaf extract ameliorates the gamma radiation mediated DNA damage and hepatic alterations Khan, A., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2014. 52(10): p. 952-964.
81.    Proanthocyanidins in Wild Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Berries Analyzed by Reversed-Phase, N.-P., and Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography with UV and MS Detection Kallio, Heikki, et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014. 62(31): p. 7721-7729.
82.    Molecular Evidence for Bidirectional Hybrid Origin and Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis as the Mainly Maternal Plant of the Diploid Hybrid H. goniocarpa(Elaeagnaceae) Jiang, Y.-F., et al., Bulletin of Botanical Research, 2014. 34(1): p. 32-36.
83.    Mining of microsatellites using next generation sequencing of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) transcriptome Jain, A., S. Chaudhary, and P.C. Sharma, Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants, 2014. 20(1): p. 115-123.
84.    Refolding of beta-Stranded Class I Chitinases of Hippophae rhamnoides Enhances the Antifreeze Activity during Cold Acclimation Gupta, R. and R. Deswal, Plos One, 2014. 9(3).
85.    Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaves extract enhances cell proliferation and neuroblast differentiation through upregulation of intrinsic factors in the dentate gyms of the aged gerbil Ahn, J.H., et al., Chinese Medical Journal, 2014. 127(23): p. 4006-4011.
86.    Inhibitory Effects of the Constituents of Hippophae rhamnoides on 3T3-L1 Cell Differentiation and Nitric Oxide Production in RAW264.7 Cells Yang, Z.-G., et al., Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2013. 61(3): p. 279-285.
87.    Isolation and Genera Distribution of Hydrogen-oxidizing Bacteria in Loess Plateau Hippophae rhamnoides Rhizosphere Wang, L., et al., Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 2013. 7(1): p. 303-309.
88.    Effects of Hypericum perforatum and Hippophae rhamnoides extracts on indomethacin-induced gastric oxidative stress in rats Turan, M.I., et al., Biomedical Research-India, 2013. 24(3): p. 314-319.
89.    Efficacy of aqueous extract of Hippophae rhamnoides and its bio-active flavonoids against hypoxia-induced cell death Tulsawani, R., R. Gupta, and K. Misra, Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2013. 45(3): p. 258-263.
90.    DETERMINATION OF ORGANIC ACIDS IN THE SEA BUCKTHORN (Hippophae rhamnoides) FRUITS Trineyeva, O.V., et al., Farmatsiya (Moscow), 2013(7): p. 7-10.
91.    The hepatoprotective effect of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries on induced aflatoxin B1 poisoning in chickens Solcan, C., et al., Poultry Science, 2013. 92(4): p. 966-974.
92.    In-tube Extraction and GC-MS Analysis of Volatile Components from Wild and Cultivated sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp Carpatica) Berry Varieties and Juice Socaci, S.A., et al., Phytochemical Analysis, 2013. 24(4): p. 319-328.
93.    UHPLC/PDA-ESI/MS Analysis of the Main Berry and Leaf Flavonol Glycosides from Different Carpathian Hippophae rhamnoides L. Varieties Pop, R.M., et al., Phytochemical Analysis, 2013. 24(5): p. 484-492.
94.    Pathology of Ochratoxin A-Induced Nephrotoxicity in Japanese Quail and Its Protection by Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Patial, V., et al., Avian Diseases, 2013. 57(4): p. 767-779.
95.    Structural organization of the gynoecium and pollen tube path in Himalayan sea buckthorn, H.r.E.M., Yash, et al., Aob Plants, 2013. 5.
96.    MICROSPOROGENESIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF POLLEN GRAIN IN HYBRIDS OF SEA BUCKTHORN (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) OF VARIOUS ECOGEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN Kuznetsova, T.N. and D.A. Lapshin, Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya, 2013(3): p. 59-65.
97.    Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of phenolic rich fraction of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaves in vitro Kumar, M.S.Y., et al., Food Chemistry, 2013. 141(4): p. 3443-3450.
98.    Germination of Hippophae rhamnoides L. seed after 10 years of storage at ambient condition in cold arid trans-Himalayan Ladakh region Korekar, G., et al., Current Science, 2013. 104(1): p. 110-114.
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100.    Water storage capacity of the canopy dominated by Caragana korshinskii and Hippophae rhamnoides in hilly and gully region on the Loess Plateau of Northwest China Jian, S.-Q., et al., Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 2013. 37(1): p. 45-51.
101.    Effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp. chinensis Rousi polysaccharide on alpha-glucosidase enzyme activity and level of blood glucose Guo, F.-x., et al., Yaoxue Xuebao, 2013. 48(4): p. 604-608.
102.    Physicochemical composition of buffaloberry (Shepherdia argentea), c.P.v.a.s.b.H.r.f.h.i.S., Canada Green, Richard C. and N.H. Low, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 2013. 93(6): p. 1143-1153.
103.    Optimization of De Novo Short Read Assembly of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Transcriptome Ghangal, R., et al., Plos One, 2013. 8(8).
104.    Enhanced Profiling of Flavonol Glycosides in the Fruits of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Fang, R., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2013. 61(16): p. 3868-3875.
105.    Germination and short-term storage of Hippophae rhamnoides L. seeds and its ex-situ reintroduction potential assessment under North East Indian conditions Das Bhowmik, S.S., T. Stobdan, and L. Sahoo, Dendrobiology, 2013. 70: p. 3-12.
106.    Identification, q.a.a.a.o.a.f.g.f.s.b.H.r.s.s.C., Chu, et al., Food Chemistry, 2013. 141(3): p. 1573-1579.
107.    Volatile Compounds of Healthy and Insect-Damaged Hippophae rhamnoides sinensis in Natural and Planted Forests Zong, S., et al., Zeitschrift Fur Naturforschung Section C-a Journal of Biosciences, 2012. 67(5-6): p. 244-248.
108.    Combined effect of total flavonoids from seed residues of Hippophae rhamnoides L. and zinc on advanced glycation end products-induced endothelial cell dysfunction Zhuang, X., et al., Food Chemistry, 2012. 133(3): p. 905-911.
109.    Effect of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis) leaf extract on the swimming endurance and exhaustive exercise-induced oxidative stress of rats Zheng, X., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2012. 92(4): p. 736-742.
110.    Effects of Genotype, L., and Weather Conditions on the Composition of Sugars, Sugar Alcohols, Fruit Acids, and Ascorbic Acid in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp. mongolica) Berry Juice Zheng, Jie, et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2012. 60(12): p. 3180-3189.
111.    Bioactive Content of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries from Turkey Yildiz, H., et al., Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus, 2012. 77(1): p. 53-55.
112.    Growing Process of Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp sinensis Seedling under Different Irrigation Intensities Wei, W., et al., Forest Research, 2012. 25(3): p. 317-324.
113.    Total phenolic contents and free radical scavenging activities of different extracts of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) pomace without seeds Varshneya, C., V. Kant, and M. Mehta, International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 2012. 63(2): p. 153-159.
114.    DETERMINATION OF FLAVONOIDS IN SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES) FRUITS Trineyeva, O.V., et al., Farmatsiya (Moscow), 2012(7): p. 18-21.
115.    Effect of Chitinase on Resistance to Fungal Pathogens in Sea Buckthorn, H.r., and Cloning of Class I and III Chitinase Genes Sun, Yan-Lin and S.-K. Hong, Biochemical Genetics, 2012. 50(7-8): p. 600-615.
116.    Seed germination strategy of Hippophae rhamnoides L subsp sinensis Rousi at different temperature Sun, K., et al., Xibei Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban), 2012. 48(3): p. 84-87.
117.    Ethanolic extract of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) prevents high-fat diet-induced obesity in mice through down-regulation of adipogenic and lipogenic gene expression Pichiah, P.B.T., et al., Nutrition Research, 2012. 32(11): p. 856-864.
118.    The influence of the chemical composition of tailings dumps on the mineral contents of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Micu, L.M., et al., Journal of Food Agriculture & Environment, 2012. 10(2): p. 1105-1109.
119.    Antimicrobial, a.a.p.i.o.s.b.H.r.L.l., stem, root and seed Michel, Thomas, et al., Food Chemistry, 2012. 131(3): p. 754-760.
120.    Synthesis of Resins with Ionic Liquids for Purification of Flavonoids from Hippophae rhamnoides L. Leaves Lou, S. and D. Di, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2012. 60(26): p. 6546-6558.
121.    The fibres and polyphenols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) extraction residues delay postprandial lipemia Linderborg, K.M., et al., International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 2012. 63(4): p. 483-490.
122.    In vitro and in vivo evaluation of total flavones of hippophae rhamnoides self-microemulsifying drug delivery system Li, G.-l., et al., Yaoxue Xuebao, 2012. 47(8): p. 1055-1062.
123.    Pharmacokinetic properties of isorhamnetin, k.a.q.a.o.g.o.t.f.o.H.r.L.i.r.u.a.U.-M.m.L., Guowen, et al., Fitoterapia, 2012. 83(1): p. 182-191.
124.    Antioxidant capacity of crude extracts containing carotenoids from the berries of various cultivars of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Kruczek, M., et al., Acta Biochimica Polonica, 2012. 59(1): p. 135-137.
125.    Tricotyledony in Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Elaeagnaceae) Korekar, G., et al., Current Science, 2012. 102(2): p. 159-160.
126.    Identification and validation of sex-linked SCAR markers in dioecious Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Elaeagnaceae) Korekar, G., et al., Biotechnology Letters, 2012. 34(5): p. 973-978.
127.    Inhibitory effects of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed on UVB-induced Photoaging in human dermal fibroblasts Kim, H., et al., Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, 2012. 17(3): p. 465-474.
128.    Research progress on the medicinal and nutritional properties of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) - a review Kanayama, Y., et al., Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 2012. 87(3): p. 203-210.
129.    Characteristics of rainfall interception by Caragana korshinskii and Hippophae rhamnoides in Loess Plateau of Northwest China Jian, S.-q., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2012. 23(9): p. 2383-2389.
130.    Out of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: evidence for the origin and dispersal of Eurasian temperate plants from a phylogeographic study of Hippophae rhamnoides (Elaeagnaceae) Jia, D.-R., et al., New Phytologist, 2012. 194(4): p. 1123-1133.
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132.    Low Temperature Stress Modulated Secretome Analysis and Purification of Antifreeze Protein from Hippophae rhamnoides, a.H.W.P.G., Ravi and R. Deswal, Journal of Proteome Research, 2012. 11(5): p. 2684-2696.
133.    Determination of Carotenoids and their Esters in Fruits of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) by HPLC-DAD-APCI-MS Giuffrida, D., et al., Phytochemical Analysis, 2012. 23(3): p. 267-273.
134.    Expressed sequence tag based identification and expression analysis of some cold inducible elements in seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Ghangal, R., S. Raghuvanshi, and P.C. Sharma, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 2012. 51: p. 123-128.
135.    Fatty Acid Composition of Developing Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berry and the Transcriptome of the Mature Seed Fatima, T., et al., Plos One, 2012. 7(4).
136.    Antibacterial Activity of Hippophae rhamnoides Leaf Extract and the Stability of a Cream with the Extract Chae, K.Y., J.E. Kim, and S.N. Park, Korean Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2012. 40(1): p. 43-49.
137.    HPLC-DAD-MS/MS profiling of antioxidant flavonoid glycosides in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seeds Arimboor, R. and C. Arumughan, International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 2012. 63(6): p. 730-738.
138.    Acute and sub acute toxicity and efficacy studies of Hippophae rhamnoides based herbal antioxidant supplement Ali, R., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2012. 44(4): p. 504-508.
139.    Sugars, s.a., fruit acids, and ascorbic acid in wild Chinese sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis) with special reference to influence of latitude and altitude Zheng, Jie, et al., Food Research International, 2011. 44(7): p. 2018-2026.
140.    Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp turkestanica) Seeds: Chemical and Physicochemical Properties Zeb, A., Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, 2011: p. 1003-1010.
141.    Influence of origin, h.t.a.w.c.o.c.o.i.a.m.i.s.b.H.r.b.Y., Baoru, J. Zheng, and H. Kallio, Food Chemistry, 2011. 125(2): p. 388-396.
142.    Genetic structure in fragmented populations of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis in China investigated by ISSR and cpSSR markers Wang, Y., et al., Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2011. 295(1-4): p. 97-107.
143.    Hypolipidaemic and hypoglycaemic effects of total flavonoids from seed residues of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in mice fed a high-fat diet Wang, J., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2011. 91(8): p. 1446-1451.
144.    Spatial Distribution Pattern of Natural Hippophae rhamnoides Population Standing in Hilly Loess Regions Wang, C.-l., W.-h. Zhang, and J.-f. He, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2011. 31(1): p. 152-158.
145.    The in vitro and in vivo antioxidant properties of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) seed oil Ting, H.-C., et al., Food Chemistry, 2011. 125(2): p. 652-659.
146.    Medicinal and therapeutic potential of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Suryakumar, G. and A. Gupta, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2011. 138(2): p. 268-278.
147.    Hippophae rhamnoides on a coastal dune system: a thorny issue? Richards, E.G. and H. Burningham, Journal of Coastal Conservation, 2011. 15(1): p. 73-85.
148.    Omaloplia spireae spireae (Pallas) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), a.n.p.o.s.b., Hippophae rhamnoides L., in Turkey Ozbek, Hikmet, Turkish Journal of Zoology, 2011. 35(3): p. 437-440.
149.    Effects of cold stratification and H2SO4 on seed germination of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Olmez, Z., African Journal of Biotechnology, 2011. 10(22): p. 4586-4590.
150.    Evaluation of a simple and promising method for extraction of antioxidants from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries: Pressurised solvent-free microwave assisted extraction Michel, T., E. Destandau, and C. Elfakir, Food Chemistry, 2011. 126(3): p. 1380-1386.
151.    On-line hyphenation of centrifugal partition chromatography and high pressure liquid chromatography for the fractionation of flavonoids from Hippophae rhamnoides L. berries Michel, T., E. Destandau, and C. Elfakir, Journal of Chromatography A, 2011. 1218(36): p. 6173-6178.
152.    Antioxidant and hepatoprotective activities of phenolic rich fraction of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaves Maheshwari, D.T., et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2011. 49(9): p. 2422-2428.
153.    Adaptability to elevated temperature and nitrogen addition is greater in a high-elevation population than in a low-elevation population of Hippophae rhamnoides Li, Y., et al., Trees-Structure and Function, 2011. 25(6): p. 1073-1082.
154.    Anti-visceral obesity and antioxidant effects of powdered sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaf tea in diet-induced obese mice Lee, H.-I., et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2011. 49(9): p. 2370-2376.
155.    Subcritical water extraction of antioxidant compounds from Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaves for the comparative evaluation of antioxidant activity Kumar, M.S.Y., et al., Food Chemistry, 2011. 127(3): p. 1309-1316.
156.    PHENOLIC CONTENT AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF VARIOUS SOLVENT EXTRACTS FROM SEABUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L.) FRUIT PULP, S., LEAVES AND STEM BARK Korekar, G., et al., Acta Alimentaria, 2011. 40(4): p. 449-458.
157.    Isolation and Identification of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Phenolics with Antioxidant Activity and alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitory Effect Kim, J.-S., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2011. 59(1): p. 138-144.
158.    Leaves of Hippophae Rhamnoides Prevent Taste Aversion in Gamma-Irradiated Rats Gupta, V., et al., Journal of Dietary Supplements, 2011. 8(4): p. 355-368.
159.    Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Seed Oil: Usage in Burns, U., and Mucosal Injuries Gupta, Asheesh and N.K. Upadhyay, Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, 2011: p. 1011-1018.
160.    Community diversity of bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the rhizosphere of Amorpha fruticosa L., H.r.L.a.R.p.L.i.d.e.r.o.L.P.i., et al., African Journal of Microbiology Research, 2011. 5(27): p. 4787-4795.
161.    Genomic DNA isolation from Hippophae rhamnoides subsp carpatica Rousi for RAPD fingerprinting Ecaterina, N., et al., Romanian Biotechnological Letters, 2011. 16(2): p. 6026-6033.
162.    Hepato- and Nephro-protective as well as Hypoglycemic Effects of Sea Buckthorn Berries (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in Rabbits and Humans Chaman, S., et al., Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 2011. 30(9): p. 1780-1784.
163.    EVALUATION OF ANTIDEPRESSANT-LIKE EFFECTS OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L. SSP TURKESTANICA) FRUITS IN EXPERIMENTAL MODELS OF DEPRESSION Batool, F., et al., Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2011. 43(3): p. 1595-1599.
164.    Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Proanthocyanidins Inhibit In Vitro Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Protein Arimboor, R. and C. Arumughan, Journal of Food Science, 2011. 76(6): p. T130-T137.
165.    GENOME SIZE OF THE DIPLOID HYBRID SPECIES HIPPOPHAE GONIOCARPA AND ITS PARENTAL SPECIES, H.R.S.S.A.H.N.S.N.E.Z., Xiangyan, et al., Acta Biologica Cracoviensia Series Botanica, 2010. 52(2): p. 12-16.
166.    Hypoglycemic Effect of Aqueous Extract of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Seed Residues in Streptozotocin-induced Diabetic Rats Zhang, W., et al., Phytotherapy Research, 2010. 24(2): p. 228-232.
167.    Communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and bacteria in the rhizosphere of Caragana korshinkii and Hippophae rhamnoides in Zhifanggou watershed Zhang, H., et al., Plant and Soil, 2010. 326(1-2): p. 415-424.
168.    Comparison of Growth and Physiological Responses to Severe Drought between Two Altitudinal Hippophae rhamnoides Populations Yang, Y., Y. Yao, and X. Zhang, Silva Fennica, 2010. 44(4): p. 603-614.
169.    Antioxidant, c.a.a.e.o.S.b.H.r.L.l.U., Nitin K., M.S.Y. Kumar, and A. Gupta, Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2010. 48(12): p. 3443-3448.
170.    IN vitro and dermal toxicity studies for Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaf extract Upadhyay, N. and A. Gupta, Toxicology Letters, 2010. 196: p. S249-S249.
171.    Seed germination and seedling emergence in Hippophae rhamnoides L Tylkowski, T., Dendrobiology, 2010. 63: p. 53-58.
172.    Karyotypic Studies in Ecotypes of Hippophae rhamnoides L. from Romania Truta, E., et al., Silvae Genetica, 2010. 59(4): p. 175-182.
173.    Hippophae rhamnoides attenuates nicotine-induced oxidative stress in rat liver Taysi, S., et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2010. 48(5): p. 488-493.
174.    Regioisomer Compositions of Vaccenic and Oleic Acid Containing Triacylglycerols in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Pulp Oils: Influence of Origin and Weather Conditions Leskinen, H.M., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2010. 58(1): p. 537-545.
175.    Flavonol Glycosides of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis) and Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) Are Bioavailable in Humans and Monoglucuronidated for Excretion Lehtonen, H.-M., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2010. 58(1): p. 620-627.
176.    Effects of oral sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) oil on dry eye Larmo, P.S., et al., Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2010. 240.
177.    Characterization of Acylated Flavonoid Glycosides from Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Juice Concentrate by Preparative HSCCC/ESI-MS-MS Jerz, G., D. Gutzeit, and P. Winterhalter, in Flavor and Health Benefits of Small Fruits, M.C. Qian and A.M. Rimando, Editors. 2010. p. 253-265.
178.    Effects of Processing and Storage on the Stability of Folate Vitamers and Pantothenic Acid in Sea Buckthorn Berries and Related Products (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp rhamnoides) Gutzeit, D., et al., in Flavors in Noncarbonated Beverages, N.C. DaCosta and R.J. Cannon, Editors. 2010. p. 115-127.
179.    Effects of water stress on water use efficiency and water balance components of Hippophae rhamnoides and Caragana intermedia in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum Guo, W., et al., Agroforestry Systems, 2010. 80(3): p. 423-435.
180.    Antiproliferative effects of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) extracts on human colon and liver cancer cell lines Grey, C., et al., Food Chemistry, 2010. 120(4): p. 1004-1010.
181.    Hippophae rhamnoides L., s.o., bay oil, seed oil Goetz, P. and R. Le Jeune, Phytotherapie (Paris), 2010. 8(2): p. 118-123.
182.    High Genetic Differentiation of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp yunnanensis (Elaeagnaceae), a.P.E.t.t.Q.-T.P.C., Wen, et al., Biochemical Genetics, 2010. 48(7-8): p. 565-576.
183.    Comparison of Ribosomal DNA ITS Regions Among Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis from Different Geographic Areas in China Chen, L.-h., Z. Yu, and H.-p. Jin, Plant Molecular Biology Reporter, 2010. 28(4): p. 635-645.
184.    DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM HARVESTING TIME FOR VITAMIN C, O.A.M.E.I.B.S.B.H.R.A., Shazia, et al., Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2010. 42(5): p. 3561-3568.
185.    Biochemical characterization of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. spp. turkestanica) seed Zeb, A. and I. Malook, African Journal of Biotechnology, 2009. 8(8): p. 1625-1629.
186.    Anti-tumor promoters phenolics and triterpenoid from Hippophae rhamnoides Yasukawa, K., et al., Fitoterapia, 2009. 80(3): p. 164-167.
187.    Flavonol glycosides in wild and cultivated berries of three major subspecies of Hippophae rhamnoides and changes during harvesting period Yang, B., et al., Food Chemistry, 2009. 115(2): p. 657-664.
188.    Sugars, a., ethyl beta-D-glucopyranose and a methyl inositol in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries Yang, Baoru, Food Chemistry, 2009. 112(1): p. 89-97.
189.    Safety and healing efficacy of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed oil on burn wounds in rats Upadhyay, N.K., et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2009. 47(6): p. 1146-1153.
190.    Comparison of the detection methods of pollen viability of Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp sinensis Rousi Sun, K., et al., Xibei Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban), 2009. 45(2): p. 78-81.
191.    High frequency shoot organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis in juvenile and adult tissues of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Sriskandarajah, S. and P.-O. Lundquist, Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 2009. 99(3): p. 259-268.
192.    EVALUATION OF PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIP AMONG SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L SPP. TURKESTANICA) WILD ECOTYPES FROM PAKISTAN USING AMPLIFIED FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM (AFLP) Shah, A.H., et al., Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2009. 41(5): p. 2419-2426.
193.    Effects of NaCl stress on Hippophae rhamnoides and Shepherdia argentea seedlings growth and photosynthetic characteristics Qin, J., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2009. 20(4): p. 791-797.
194.    Changes in Sugar, T.A., and Ascorbic Acid Content during Fruit Development in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Ohkawa, Wataru, et al., Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science, 2009. 78(3): p. 288-293.
195.    Supercritical CO2 extracted sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) pulp and seed oil and its benefits on skin and mucous membranes Menvielle-Bourg, F.J. and F. Joanny, Phytotherapie (Paris), 2009. 7(1): p. 3-7.
196.    Temporal-spatial Characteristics of Hippophae rhamnoides Plantations Under Disaster Stresses In Jianping, L., China Lu, Changkuan, et al., Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology, 2009. 15(4): p. 464-468.
197.    Effects of a herbal medicine, H.r., on cardiovascular functions and coronary microvessels in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat Koyama, Tomiyasu, A. Taka, and H. Togashi, Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation, 2009. 41(1): p. 17-26.
198.    Phytochemical analysis of Hippophae rhamnoides L. fruits from Russian varieties cultivated in Finland and food products containing them Kosman, V.M., et al., Voprosy Pitaniya, 2009. 78(3): p. 38-42.
199.    Analysis of Chemical Composition and in vitro Anti-oxidant Properties of Extracts from Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Kim, K.M., et al., Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry, 2009. 52(2): p. 58-64.
200.    Inositols and methylinositols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries Kallio, H., et al., Journal of Chromatography B-Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences, 2009. 877(14-15): p. 1426-1432.
201.    Protective effects of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed oil against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity in mice Hsu, Y.-W., et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2009. 47(9): p. 2281-2288.
202.    Cytoprotective and Antioxidant Activity of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Flavones Against tert-Butyl Hydroperoxide-Induced Cytotoxicity in Lymphocytes Geetha, S., et al., Journal of Medicinal Food, 2009. 12(1): p. 151-158.
203.    Sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides as a material for rake teeth Furuset, K., Blyttia, 2009. 67(3): p. 179-182.
204.    Age consistent hyperhomocysteinemia and risk of neurodegeneration - benefits of hippophae rhamnoides Dubey, G.P., A. Agrawal, and G.V. Rajamanickam, Journal of Neurochemistry, 2009. 109: p. 298-298.
205.    MATERNAL DIVERGENCE AND PHYLOGEOGRAPHICAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HIPPOPHAE GYANTSENSIS AND H-RHAMNOIDES SUBSP YUNNANENSIS Cheng, K., et al., Zhiwu Shengtai Xuebao, 2009. 33(1): p. 1-11.
206.    POSSIBLE ANXIOLYTIC PROFILE OF AQUEOUS FRUIT EXTRACTS OF A MEDICINAL PLANT SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L. SPP. TURKESTANICA) IN EXPERIMENTAL MODELS Batool, F., et al., Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2009. 41(6): p. 2791-2800.
207.    Oral Supplementation of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides L-Spp. Turkestanica) Fruit Extract Modifies Haloperidol Induced Behavioral Deficits and Increases Brain Serotonin Metabolism Batool, F., et al., Journal of Food and Drug Analysis, 2009. 17(4): p. 257-263.
208.    Carotenoids in Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Berries during Ripening and Use of Pheophytin a as a Maturity Marker Andersson, S.C., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2009. 57(1): p. 250-258.
209.    Modulation of radiation-induced cytotoxicity in U 87 cells by RH-3 (a preparation of Hippophae rhamnoides) Agrawala, P.K. and J.S. Adhikari, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 2009. 130(5): p. 542-549.
210.    Diurnal variation of Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp sinensis Rousi stem sap flow in Huangfuchuan Basin and related environmental factors Yu, H.-b., et al., Shengtaixue Zazhi, 2008. 27(7): p. 1071-1076.
211.    Photosynthetic responses to solar UV-A and UV-B radiation in low-and high-altitude populations of Hippophae rhamnoides Yang, Y.Q. and Y. Yao, Photosynthetica, 2008. 46(2): p. 307-311.
212.    Influence of ambient and enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation on the plant growth and physiological properties in two contrasting populations of Hippophae rhamnoides Yang, Y., Y. Yao, and H. He, Journal of Plant Research, 2008. 121(4): p. 377-385.
213.    Genetic diversity of Hippophae rhamnoides L. sub-populations on Loess Plateau under effects of varying meteorologic conditions Yang, M.-b., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2008. 19(1): p. 1-7.
214.    Influences of Soil Factors on Robinia pseudoacacia and Hippophae rhamnoides AMF in Soft Rock Zone of Fugu Qingshuichuan Valley Xu, H., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2008. 28(12): p. 2500-2505.
215.    Nine microsatellite DNA primers for Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis (Elaeagnaceae) Wang, A., et al., Conservation Genetics, 2008. 9(4): p. 969-971.
216.    Efficacy of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) On acute and chronic diabetic and burn wounds in albino rats Upadhyay, N.K., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2008. 40: p. 218-218.
217.    Effect of Cytomixis on the Pollen Size in 'Seabuckthorn' (Hippophae rhamnoides L., E.S., Vijay Kumar, D. Kaur, and P. Kumar, Cytologia, 2008. 73(2): p. 167-172.
218.    (RP-HPLC) Sharma, Upendra K., M.-a.e.e.o.d.p.o.H.r.f.t.c.e.o.a.a.a.q.o.i.p.c.b.r.-p.h.-p.l.c., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2008. 56(2): p. 374-379.
219.    Effect of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaf aqueous and ethanol extracts on avoidance learning during stressful endurance performance of rats: A dose dependent study Saggu, S. and R. Kumar, Phytotherapy Research, 2008. 22(9): p. 1183-1187.
220.    Ethnobotanical and phytopharmacological notes on Hippophae rhamnoides L Rammal, H., et al., Phytotherapie (Paris), 2008. 6(2): p. 115-116.
221.    Inhibition of lipid oxidation and dynamics of polyphenol content in mechanically deboned meat supplemented with sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berry residues Pussa, T., et al., Food Chemistry, 2008. 107(2): p. 714-721.
222.    Modulatory effects of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in hypobaric hypoxia induced cerebral vascular injury Purushothaman, J., et al., Brain Research Bulletin, 2008. 77(5): p. 246-252.
223.    Ecological evaluation and conservational value for bulgaria of Hippophae rhamnoides L. total flavonoids determination and experiments on in vitro culture induction Petrova, A., K. Danova, and V. Kapchina-Toteva, Comptes Rendus De L Academie Bulgare Des Sciences, 2008. 61(3): p. 363-370.
224.    Antioxidant activity of sea buckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides) extracts compared with common food additives Papuc, C., C. Diaconescu, and V. Nicorescu, Romanian Biotechnological Letters, 2008. 13(6): p. 4049-4053.
225.    Antihypertensive effect of total flavones extracted from seed residues of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in sucrose-fed rats Pang, X., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2008. 117(2): p. 325-331.
226.    Effect of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Flavone on Immune System: an In-Vitro Approach Mishra, K.P., et al., Phytotherapy Research, 2008. 22(11): p. 1490-1495.
227.    A preliminary study on floral biology of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis (Elaeagnaceae) Lu, X.-W. and K. Sun, Acta Botanica Yunnanica, 2008. 30(3): p. 315-320.
228.    Effect of Hippophae rhamnoides leaf extract against Dengue virus infection in human blood-derived macrophages Jain, M., et al., Phytomedicine, 2008. 15(10): p. 793-799.
229.    Expansion of Rosa rugosa and Hippophae rhamnoides in coastal grey dunes: Effects at different spatial scales Isermann, M., Flora, 2008. 203(4): p. 273-280.
230.    Nutritional assessment of processing effects on major and trace element content in sea buckthorn juice (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp rhamnoides) Gutzeit, D., P. Winterhalter, and G. Jerz, Journal of Food Science, 2008. 73(6): p. H97-H102.
231.    AGFD 70-Analytical and preparative methods for determination of polyphenols in sea buckthorn berries (Hippophae rhamnoides) and related products Gutzeit, D., et al., Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2008. 236.
232.    stable isotope dilution assay Gutzeit, Derek, F.c.i.s.b.b.a.r.p.H.r.L.s.r.L.-M.M.d.o.f.v.s.i.b.p.a.s.a.b., et al., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2008. 391(1): p. 211-219.
233.    Vitamin C Content in Sea Buckthorn Berries (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp rhamnoides) and Related Products: A Kinetic Study on Storage Stability and the Determination of Processing Effects Gutzeit, D., et al., Journal of Food Science, 2008. 73(9): p. C615-C620.
234.    Effects of drying method on the extraction yields and quality of oils from quebec sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seeds and pulp Gutierrez, L.-F., C. Ratti, and K. Belkacemi, Food Chemistry, 2008. 106(3): p. 896-904.
235.    Hepatoprotective effects of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) against carbon tetrachloride induced liver injury in rats Geetha, S., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2008. 88(9): p. 1592-1597.
236.    AGFD 152-Topical anti-inflammatory activity of Hippophae rhamnoides fruits Faudale, M., et al., Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2008. 236.
237.    In-vitro and In-vivo Antimicrobial Activity and Partial Characterization of Hippophae rhamnoides against Pasteurella multocida Farooqui, A., et al., Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 2008. 108: p. 724-724.
238.    Comparison of sea buckthorn genotypes (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) based on RAPD and FAME data Ercisli, S., et al., Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2008. 32(5): p. 363-368.
239.    Morphological analysis of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis X Hippophae neurocarpa ssp neurocarpa hybrid zone Du, Y.-j., et al., Xibei Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban), 2008. 44(3): p. 73-77.
240.    Genetic diversity of Frankia strains in root nodules from Hippophae rhamnoides L Chen, L.-h., et al., Botany-Botanique, 2008. 86(3): p. 240-247.
241.    Genetic diversity of Hippophae rhamnoides Populations at varying altitudes in the wolong natural reserve of China as revealed by ISSR markers Chen, G., et al., Silvae Genetica, 2008. 57(1): p. 29-36.
242.    Simultaneous estimation of phenolic acids in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) using RP-HPLC with DAD Arimboor, R., K.S. Kumar, and C. Arumughan, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2008. 47(1): p. 31-38.
243.    Tocopherols and tocotrienols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries during ripening Andersson, S.C., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2008. 56(15): p. 6701-6706.
244.    Genetic variation of Hippophae rhamnoides populations at different altitudes in the Wolong Nature Reserve based on RAPDs Zhao, C., et al., Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology, 2007. 13(6): p. 753-758.
245.    Traits of plant diversity in a hillclosing and afforestation sequence of Hippophae rhamnoides community stands in Loess Hilly Region Zhang, X.-B., Z.-P. Shangguan, and G.-W. Wang, Bulletin of Botanical Research, 2007. 27(3): p. 338-344.
246.    Triterpenoids from Hippophae rhamnoides L. and their nitric oxide production-inhibitory and DPPH radical-scavenging activities Yang, Z.-G., et al., Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2007. 55(1): p. 15-18.
247.    Dendroclimatological investigations of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and reconstruction of the equilibrium line altitude of the july first glacier in the Western Qilian mountains, n.C.X., Shengchun, et al., Tree-Ring Research, 2007. 63(1): p. 15-26.
248.    Study on phenotypic diversity of natural populations of Hippophae rhamnoides subsp sinensis in Shanxi Province Wu, Q., et al., Xibei Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban), 2007. 43(3): p. 78-84.
249.    Clonal micropropagation of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp carpathica Vantu, S., Planta Medica, 2007. 73(9): p. 1017-1017.
250.    Malolactic fermentation in four varieties of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Tiitinen, K., et al., European Food Research and Technology, 2007. 224(6): p. 725-732.
251.    Possible mechanism of adaptogenic activity of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) during exposure to cold, h.a.r.C.-H.-R.s.i.h.a.p.s.r.i.r.S. and R. Kumar, Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2007. 45(12): p. 2426-2433.
252.    Adaptogenic and safety evaluation of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaf extract: A dose dependent study Saggu, S., et al., Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2007. 45(4): p. 609-617.
253.    Anti-obesity effects of seaberry (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaf polyphenols (SBLPP) in male mice fed a high-fat diet Nishi, S., et al., Journal of the Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology-Nippon Shokuhin Kagaku Kogaku Kaishi, 2007. 54(11): p. 477-481.
254.    Selecting sea buckthorn culture as a source of raw plant material for manufacturing giporamin preparation Morozov, V.I., Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal, 2007. 41(8): p. 19-21.
255.    Direct somatic embryogenesis from leaves, c.a.h.o.H.r.L., C. Q., et al., Biologia Plantarum, 2007. 51(4): p. 635-640.
256.    Phytosterol content of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed oil: Extraction and identification Li, T.S.C., T.H.J. Beveridge, and J.C.G. Drover, Food Chemistry, 2007. 101(4): p. 1633-1639.
257.    Sex-related differences in leaf morphological and physiological responses in Hippophae rhamnoides along an altitudinal gradient Li, C., et al., Tree Physiology, 2007. 27(3): p. 399-406.
258.    Analysis of most common mutations R778G, R.L., R778W, I1102T and H1069Q in Indian Wilson disease patients: Correlation between genotype/phenotype/copper ATPase activity Kumar, Sandeep, et al., Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2007. 294(1-2): p. 1-10.
259.    Effects of the expansion by Hippophae rhamnoides on plant species richness in coastal dunes Isermann, M., M. Diekmann, and S. Heemann, Applied Vegetation Science, 2007. 10(1): p. 33-42.
260.    Effects of processing and of storage on the stability of pantothenic acid in sea buckthorn products (Hippophae rhamnoides L. Ssp. Rhamnoides) assessed by stable isotope dilution assay Gutzeit, D., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2007. 55(10): p. 3978-3984.
261.    Determination of processing effects and of storage stability on vitamin K-1 (phylloquinone) in sea buckthorn berries (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp rhamnoides) and related products Gutzeit, D., et al., Journal of Food Science, 2007. 72(9): p. C491-C497.
262.    Architectural plasticity and growth responses of Hippophae rhamnoides and Caragana intermedia seedlings to simulated water stress Guo, W., et al., Journal of Arid Environments, 2007. 69(3): p. 385-399.
263.    Species diversity and interspecific association in development sequence of Hippophae rhamnoides plantations in loess hilly region Guo, L.-j., W.-h. Zhang, and G.-b. Liu, Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2007. 18(1): p. 9-15.
264.    Influence of harvest time on the quality of oil-based compounds in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp sinensis) seed and fruit George, S.D.S. and S. Cenkowski, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2007. 55(20): p. 8054-8061.
265.    The genotypic effects on the chemical composition and antioxidant activity of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries grown in Turkey Ercisli, S., et al., Scientia Horticulturae, 2007. 115(1): p. 27-33.
266.    Identification and evaluation of biodiversity of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) in cold arid regions of Ladakh Dwivedi, S.K., R. Singh, and Z. Ahmed, Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2007. 77(7): p. 427-431.
267.    Basic nutritional attributes of Hippophae rhamnoides (Seabuckthorn) populations from Uttarakhand Himalaya, I.D., Deepak, et al., Current Science, 2007. 92(8): p. 1148-1152.
268.    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) pomace Cossuta, D., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2007. 87(13): p. 2472-2481.
269.    Radioprotective and antioxidant activity of fractionated extracts of berries of Hippophae rhamnoides Chawla, R., et al., Journal of Medicinal Food, 2007. 10(1): p. 101-109.
270.    Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of aqueous extract of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seeds Chauhan, A.S., P.S. Negi, and R.S. Rarnteke, Fitoterapia, 2007. 78(7-8): p. 590-592.
271.    Hippophae rhamnoides L.: Fruit and seed morphology and its taxonomic problems in Turkey Aras, A., U. Akkemik, and Z. Kaya, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2007. 39(6): p. 1907-1916.
272.    Simultaneous determination of catechin, r., quercetin kaempferol and isorhamnetin in the extract of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) leaves by RP-HPLC with DAD Zu, Y. G., et al., Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2006. 41(3): p. 714-719.
273.    Genetic diversities of Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis populations on both the sides of Qilianshan Mountain Zhang, H., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2006. 26(4): p. 702-706.
274.    Secoisolariciresinol and matairesinol of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries of different subspecies and harvesting times Yang, B., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2006. 54(21): p. 8065-8070.
275.    Analysis of triacylglycerols of seeds and berries of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) of different origins by mass spectrometry and tandem mass spectrometry Yang, B. and H. Kallio, Lipids, 2006. 41(4): p. 381-392.
276.    Interspecific connectivity in naturalized development of Hippophae rhamnoides plantations in hilly Loess regions Wang, T., W.-h. Zhang, and G.-b. Liu, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2006. 26(4): p. 784-790.
277.    Protective effect of ethanolic and water extracts of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) against the toxic effects of mustard gas Vijayaraghavan, R., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2006. 44(10): p. 821-831.
278.    Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Vernet, A., Phytotherapie (Paris), 2006. 4(3): p. 125-129.
279.    Fast analysis of sugars, f.a., and vitamin C in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) varieties Tiitinen, K. M., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2006. 54(7): p. 2508-2513.
280.    Malolactic fermentation in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) juice processing Tiitinen, K., et al., European Food Research and Technology, 2006. 222(5-6): p. 686-691.
281.    Headspace volatiles from frozen berries of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) varieties Tiitinen, K., M. Hakala, and H. Kallio, European Food Research and Technology, 2006. 223(4): p. 455-460.
282.    In vitro anti-tumor activity of isorhamnetin isolated from Hippophae rhamnoides L. against BEL-7402 cells Teng, B.-s., et al., Pharmacological Research, 2006. 54(3): p. 186-194.
283.    The effects of vitamin E and Hippophae rhamnoides L. on nicotine-induced oxidative stress in rat heart Taysi, S., et al., Febs Journal, 2006. 273: p. 185-186.
284.    Absorption of flavonols derived from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) and their effect on emerging risk factors for cardiovascular disease in humans Suomela, J.-P., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2006. 54(19): p. 7364-7369.
285.    Genetic variation in Hippophae rhamnoides ssp sinensis (Elaeagnaceae) revealed by RAPD markers Sun, K., et al., Biochemical Genetics, 2006. 44(5-6): p. 186-197.
286.    Genetic variation in seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) populations of cold and Ladakh (India) using RAPD markers Singh, R., et al., Current Science, 2006. 91(10): p. 1321-1322.
287.    Protection from radiation-induced mitochondrial and genomic DNA damage by an extract of Hippophae rhamnoides Shukla, S.K., et al., Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis, 2006. 47(9): p. 647-656.
288.    Analysis of heavy metals in herbal extracts of high altitude growing plants Hippophae rhamnoides and Rhodiola imbricata Saggu, S., et al., Toxicology International, 2006. 13(2): p. 111-117.
289.    Adaptogenic and toxicity evaluation of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaf extract: A dose dependent study Saggu, S., et al., Toxicology Letters, 2006. 164: p. S196-S196.
290.    Annual dynamics of nutritive components in the leaves of Hippophae rhamnoides subsp sinensis growing on the tidal flat of Yancheng Ruan, C.-j. and Q. Zheng, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2006. 26(1): p. 143-149.
291.    Fatty acids, t., and carotenoids in pulp oil of three sea buckthorn species (Hippophae rhamnoides, H-salicifolia, and H-tibetana) grown in the Indian Himalayas Ranjith, A., et al., Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 2006. 83(4): p. 359-364.
292.    Resources estimate and characteristic of Hippophae rhamnoides (Elaeagnaceae) fruits oil in the Northern Caucasus Pogorelov, V.I., D.A. Muravyova, and A.A. Akopov, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 2006. 42(1): p. 76-81.
293.    Optical characteristics of oil, o.f.s.-b.H.r.L.-E.N., Krastena, I. Panchev, and S. Sainov, European Food Research and Technology, 2006. 223(6): p. 843-847.
294.    Therapeutic efficacy of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) in infected cutaneous wounds in bovines Mahajan, A., et al., Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2006. 76(2): p. 134-136.
295.    Sex sructure of native populations of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in Uzbekistan Khaydarov, H.K., Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody Otdel Biologicheskii, 2006. 111(Part 4): p. 76-80.
296.    Hydrological effect of Pinus tabulaeformis, P.o.a.H.r.m.p.i.g.r.o.L.P.H., En-xian, G. Han, and Y.-s. Bo, Forest Research, 2006. 19(6): p. 761-766.
297.    Protective effects of fruit extracts of Hippophae rhamnoides L. against arsenic toxicity in Swiss albino mice Gupta, R. and S.J.S. Flora, Human & Experimental Toxicology, 2006. 25(6): p. 285-295.
298.    Influence of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) flavone on dermal wound healing in rats Gupta, A., et al., Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2006. 290(1-2): p. 193-198.
299.    Protection of spermatogenesis in mice against gamma ray induced damage by Hippophae rhamnoides Goel, H.C., et al., Andrologia, 2006. 38(6): p. 199-207.
300.    Phosphorus, n.a.t.i.a.N.-f., N isotope fractionation and N partitioning in Hippophae rhamnoides Gentili, F., Symbiosis, 2006. 41(1): p. 39-45.
301.    Genetic diversity of Frankia strains in symbiosis with Hippophae rhamnoides in Inner Mongolia Chen, L.-h., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2006. 26(12): p. 2458-2462.
302.    Late Quaternary history of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Elaeagnaceae) inferred from chalcone synthase intron (Chsi) sequences and chloroplast DNA variation Bartish, I.V., J.W. Kadereit, and H.P. Comes, Molecular Ecology, 2006. 15(13): p. 4065-4083.
303.    Integrated processing of fresh Indian sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries and chemical evaluation of products Arimboor, R., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2006. 86(14): p. 2345-2353.
304.    Quantity dynamics of Hippophae rhamnoides population in different habitats standing in hilly loess regions Zhang, W.-h., L.-j. Guo, and G.-b. Liu, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2005. 25(4): p. 641-647.
305.    Simultaneous determination of quercetin, k., and isorhamnetin in phytopharmaceuticals of Hippophae rhamnoides L. by high-performance liquid chromatography with chemiluminescence detection Zhang, Q. L. and H. Cui, Journal of Separation Science, 2005. 28(11): p. 1171-1178.
306.    Composition of phenolic acids in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries Zadernowski, R., et al., Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 2005. 82(3): p. 175-179.
307.    Growth and physiological responses to drought and elevated ultraviolet-B in two contrasting populations of Hippophae rhamnoides Yang, Y.Q., et al., Physiologia Plantarum, 2005. 124(4): p. 431-440.
308.    Protective effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L. juice on lead-induced neurotoxicity in mice Xu, Y.J., et al., Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2005. 28(3): p. 490-494.
309.    Quality components of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) varieties Tiitinen, K.M., M.A. Hakala, and H.P. Kallio, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2005. 53(5): p. 1692-1699.
310.    Isolation and characterization of 1, -.d.-.-l.A.n.t.f.b.o.H.r.S., A., et al., Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2005. 53(8): p. 1021-1024.
311.    Variation in some biochemical parameters among Hippophae rhamiloides in L. (Seabuckthorn) populations in the Cold Desert of Himachal Pradesh Sankhyan, H.P., R.N. Sehgal, and N. Singh, Journal of Hill Research, 2005. 18(1): p. 37-39.
312.    Effect of harvesting time on seed quality in Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Seabuckthorn) in the cold desert of Himachal Pradesh Sankhyan, H.P. and R.N. Sehgal, Indian Forester, 2005. 131(2): p. 261-263.
313.    Elemental and nutritional analysis of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp turkestanica) berries of Pakistani origin Sabir, S.M., et al., Journal of Medicinal Food, 2005. 8(4): p. 518-522.
314.    Chemical and nutritional constituents of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides ssp turkestanica) berries from Pakistan Sabir, S.M., et al., Italian Journal of Food Science, 2005. 17(4): p. 455-462.
315.    AFLP fingerprinting analysis of some cultivated varieties of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Ruan, C.J. and D.Q. Li, Journal of Genetics, 2005. 84(3): p. 311-316.
316.    Modification of gamma radiation induced response of peritoneal macrophages and splenocytes by Hipophae rhamnoides (RH-3) in mice Prakash, H., et al., Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2005. 57(8): p. 1065-1072.
317.    Chromatographic analysis of carotenol fatty acid esters in Physalis alkekengi and Hippophae rhamnoides Pintea, A., et al., Phytochemical Analysis, 2005. 16(3): p. 188-195.
318.    Chemoprevention by Hippophae rhamnoides: Effects on tumorigenesis, p.I.a.a.e., and IRF-1 transcription factor Padmavathi, B., et al., Nutrition and Cancer-an International Journal, 2005. 51(1): p. 59-67.
319.    Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of various seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed extracts Negi, P.S., et al., Food Chemistry, 2005. 92(1): p. 119-124.
320.    Antioxidant activities of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) during hypoxia induced oxidative stress in glial cells Narayanan, S., et al., Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2005. 278(1-2): p. 9-14.
321.    Treatment of infected cutaneous wounds with seabuckthorn (Hippophae sp.) in bovines: A histopathological study Mahajan, A., et al., Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery, 2005. 26(1): p. 31-33.
322.    Effects of Cyanopica cyana ingestion on seed germination of Hippophae rhamnoides subsp sinensis Ma, R.-j., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2005. 25(3): p. 472-477.
323.    Fruits foraging patterns and seed dispersal effect of frugivorous birds on Hippophae rhamnoides sinensis Lu, X., et al., Shengtaixue Zazhi, 2005. 24(6): p. 635-638.
324.    Sexual differences in cold acclimation and freezing tolerance development in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) ecotypes Li, C.Y., et al., Plant Science, 2005. 168(5): p. 1365-1370.
325.    Induction of apoptosis and phosphorylation of H2B histone by the extracts of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seeds in Jurkat & HL-60 cells Kizawa, Y., et al., Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2005. 97: p. 227P-227P.
326.    Physico-chemical evaluation of two varieties of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Khan, Z.A., et al., Advances in Food Sciences, 2005. 27(3): p. 121-125.
327.    Isolation of five types of flavonol from seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and induction of apoptosis by some of the flavonols in human promyelotic leukemia HL-60 cells Hibasami, H., et al., International Journal of Molecular Medicine, 2005. 15(5): p. 805-809.
328.    Therapeutic value of Hippophae rhamnoides L. against subchronic arsenic toxicity in mice Gupta, R. and S.J.S. Flora, Journal of Medicinal Food, 2005. 8(3): p. 353-361.
329.    Efficacy of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) in the healing of cutaneous wounds in dogs Gupta, M., et al., Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery, 2005. 26(2): p. 105-106.
330.    Effect of drying on the nutraceutical quality of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp sinensis) leaves Guan, T.T.Y., S. Cenkowski, and A. Hydamaka, Journal of Food Science, 2005. 70(9): p. E514-E518.
331.    Protection of mitochondrial system by Hippophae rhamnoides L. against radiation-induced oxidative damage in mice Goel, H.C., et al., Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2005. 57(1): p. 135-143.
332.    Immunomodulatory effects of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) against chromium (VI) induced immunosuppression Geetha, S., et al., Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2005. 278(1-2): p. 101-109.
333.    Anti-inflammatory activity of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) leaves Ganju, L., et al., International Immunopharmacology, 2005. 5(12): p. 1675-1684.
334.    Total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides promotes early restoration of ultimate stress of healing patellar tendon in a rat model Fu, S.C., et al., Medical Engineering & Physics, 2005. 27(4): p. 313-321.
335.    Process for preparing antibacterial and antioxidant fraction from Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Chauhan, A.S., P.S. Negi, and R.S. Ramteke. 2005, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.
336.    Effects of total flavonoids of Hippophae rhamnoides on intracellular free calcium in vascular smooth muscle cells of spontameously hypertensive rats Zhu, F., et al., Zhongguo Xinyao yu Linchuang Zazhi, 2004. 23(8): p. 500-504.
337.    Fast determination of flavonoids in Hippophae rhamnoides and its medicinal preparation by capillary zone electrophoresis using dimethyl-beta-cyclodextrin as modifier Yue, M.E., T.F. Jiang, and Y.P. Shi, Talanta, 2004. 62(4): p. 695-699.
338.    A comparative study on water use characteristics and eco-adaptability of Hippophae rhamnoides and Caragana korshinskii in semi-arid loess hilly-gully region Xu, B. and L. Shan, Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2004. 15(11): p. 2025-2028.
339.    Molecular genetic variation in Chinese populations of three subspecies of Hippophae rhamnoides Tian, C.J., et al., Biochemical Genetics, 2004. 42(7-8): p. 259-267.
340.    Genetic diversity of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) populations in northeastern and northwestern China as revealed by ISSR markers Tian, C.J., et al., New Forests, 2004. 27(3): p. 229-237.
341.    Study on classification and ordination of Hippophae rhamnoides subsp. sinensis community in the north of Shanxi Shangguan, T.-l., J. Li, and X.-L. Li, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2004. 24(8): p. 1452-1456.
342.    Antioxidant oligomeric proanthocyanidins from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) pomace Roesch, D., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2004. 52(22): p. 6712-6718.
343.    Structural investigations of flavonol glycosides from sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) pomace by NMR Spectroscopy and HPLC-ESI-MSn Roesch, D., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2004. 52(13): p. 4039-4046.
344.    Antioxidant gallocatechins, d.a.t.p.f.s.b.H.r.p.R., Daniel, A. Krumbein, and L.W. Kroh, European Food Research and Technology, 2004. 219(6): p. 605-613.
345.    Changes in sugar, o.a., flavonol and carotenoid composition during ripening of berries of three seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) cultivars Raffo, A., F. Paoletti, and M. Antonelli, European Food Research and Technology, 2004. 219(4): p. 360-368.
346.    Ontogenetic development of storied ray pattern in cambium of Hippophae rhamnoides L Myskow, E. and B. Zagorska-Marek, Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 2004. 73(2): p. 93-101.
347.    Sex-specific physiological and growth responses to water stress in Hippophae rhamnoides L. populations Li, C.Y., et al., Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2004. 26(2): p. 123-129.
348.    Hippophae rhamnoides L.: chromatographic methods to determine chemical composition, u.i.t.m.a.p.e.G., V. B., M. Gul, and A. Yildirim, Journal of Chromatography B-Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences, 2004. 812(1-2): p. 291-307.
349.    Induction of apoptosis in thymocytes by Hippophae rhamnoides: Implications in radioprotection Goel, H.C., et al., Journal of Environmental Pathology Toxicology and Oncology, 2004. 23(2): p. 123-137.
350.    Essential oil and fatty acid composition of the fruits of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Sea Buckthorn) and Myrtus communis L. from Turkey Cakir, A., Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 2004. 32(9): p. 809-816.
351.    Classification of Hippophae rhamnoides seeds by the variation statistic method Anik'ev, A.A., E.P. Kuminov, and V.N. Spiridonov, Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya, 2004(1): p. 119-125.
352.    Tocopherols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berry oil Zadernowski, R., M. Naczk, and R. Amarowicz, Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 2003. 80(1): p. 55-58.
353.    Changes in triacylglycerol composition during ripening of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seeds Tsydendambaev, V.D. and A.G. Vereshchagin, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2003. 51(5): p. 1278-1283.
354.    Macro-propagation of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) through shoot cuttings in cold deserts of Himachal Pradesh Sankhyan, H.P., R.N. Sehgal, and N.P. Bhrot, Journal of Hill Research, 2003. 16(1): p. 54-56.
355.    Morphological and biochemical variation in Sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides ssp turkestanica, a.m.p.f.f.m.o.P.S., S. M., S.D. Ahmed, and N. Lodhi, South African Journal of Botany, 2003. 69(4): p. 587-592.
356.    Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula and other birds as users of Sea Buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides berries along the Dams of the Lower Inn Reichholf, J.H., Ornithologischer Anzeiger, 2003. 42(3): p. 223-234.
357.    Study on the characteristic of anatomy in Hippophae rhamnoides Subsp. sinensis Li, D.-q., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2003. 23(7): p. 1224-1230.
358.    Some peculiarities of Hippophae rhamnoides L. phenology under introduction in Ekaterinburg Kozhevnikov, A.P., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 2003. 39(1): p. 37-42.
359.    The yield and fruit quality of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) after rejuvenation cutting Jalakas, M., K. Kelt, and K. Karp, Agronomy Research, 2003. 1(1): p. 31-36.
360.    Effects of different water stresses on eco-physiological characteristics of Hippophae rhamnoides seedlings Guo, W.H., et al., Acta Botanica Sinica, 2003. 45(10): p. 1238-1244.
361.    Induction of DNA-protein cross-links by Hippophae rhamnoides: Implications in radioprotection and cytotoxicity Goel, H.C., et al., Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2003. 245(1-2): p. 57-67.
362.    Evaluation of antioxidant activity of leaf extract of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) on chromium(VI) induced oxidative stress in albino rats Geetha, S., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2003. 87(2-3): p. 247-251.
363.    Inhibitory effects of total flavones of Hippophae Rhamnoides L on thrombosis in mouse femoral artery and in vitro platelet aggregation Cheng, J.Y., et al., Life Sciences, 2003. 72(20): p. 2263-2271.
364.    Soil water dynamic of Hippophae rhamnoides in Loess Hilly Region Cheng, J.-m., et al., Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2003. 23(8): p. 1352-1356.
365.    Effects of harvesting time on triacylglycerols and glycerophospholipids of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries of different origins Yang, B.R. and H. Kallio, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 2002. 15(2): p. 143-157.
366.    Effects of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) seed and pulp oils on experimental models of gastric ulcer in rats Xing, J.F., et al., Fitoterapia, 2002. 73(7-8): p. 644-650.
367.    Intrinsic change of physical and chemical properties of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and implications for berry maturity and quality Tang, X.R., Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 2002. 77(2): p. 177-185.
368.    Beneficial effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L. on nicotine induced oxidative stress in rat blood compared with vitamin E Suleyman, H., et al., Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2002. 25(9): p. 1133-1136.
369.    Blossoming treasures of biodiversity: 5. Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides): An ancient crop with modern virtues Small, E., P.M. Catling, and T.S.C. Li, Biodiversity (Ottawa), 2002. 3(2): p. 25-27.
370.    Osmotic adjustment effect of Hippophae rhamnoides L. under salt-stress Ruan, C.-j. and Q.-l. Xie, Journal of Plant Resources and Environment, 2002. 11(2): p. 45-47.
371.    Study on several hydrological and ecological characteristics of Hippophae rhamnoides in the loess hilly region Ruan, C.-j. and D.-q. Li, Forest Research, 2002. 15(1): p. 47-53.
372.    Community characteristics of Hippophae rhamnoides forest and water and nutrient condition of the woodland in Loess Hilly Region Ruan, C. and D. Li, Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2002. 13(9): p. 1061-1064.
373.    The Japanese name of Hippophae rhamnoides L Obara, T., Journal of Japanese Botany, 2002. 77(2): p. 119-119.
374.    Modulation of chromatin organization by RH-3, a.p.o.H.r., a possible role in radioprotection Kumar, I. P., S. Namita, and H.C. Goel, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2002. 238(1-2): p. 1-9.
375.    Triacylglycerols, g., tocopherols, and tocotrienols in berries and seeds of two subspecies (ssp sinensis and mongolica) of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Kallio, H., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2002. 50(10): p. 3004-3009.
376.    Effects of different origins and harvesting time on vitamin C, t., and tocotrienols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) berries Kallio, H., B.R. Yang, and P. Peippo, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2002. 50(21): p. 6136-6142.
377.    The effect of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L on in vitro platelet aggregation and in vivo thrombogenesis in the mouse femoral artery Jiayi, C., et al., Japanese Journal of Pharmacology, 2002. 88(Supplement 1): p. 68P-68P.
378.    Fruit structure of Hippophae rhamnoides cv. Indian Summer (sea buckthorn) Harrison, J.E. and T. Beveridge, Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique, 2002. 80(4): p. 399-409.
379.    Radioprotection by a herbal preparation of Hippophae rhamnoides, R.-., against whole body lethal irradiation in mice Goel, H. C., et al., Phytomedicine, 2002. 9(1): p. 15-25.
380.    Phosphorus modifies the effects of nitrogen on nodulation in split-root systems of Hippophae rhamnoides Gentili, F. and K. Huss-Danell, New Phytologist, 2002. 153(1): p. 53-61.
381.    Anti-oxidant and immunomodulatory properties of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) - an in vitro study Geetha, S., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2002. 79(3): p. 373-378.
382.    Processing effects on the composition of sea buckthorn juice from Hippophae rhamnoides L. cv. Indian Summer Beveridge, T., J.E. Harrison, and J. Drover, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2002. 50(1): p. 113-116.
383.    Effect of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L. on sympathetic activity in hypertension Zhang, X., et al., Journal of West China University of Medical Sciences, 2001. 32(4): p. 547-550.
384.    Fatty acid composition of lipids in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries of different origins Yang, B.R. and H.P. Kallio, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2001. 49(4): p. 1939-1947.
385.    Phytosterols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries: Identification and effects of different origins and harvesting times Yang, B., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2001. 49(11): p. 5620-5629.
386.    Variation of physical and chemical characters within an elite sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) breeding population Tang, X.R. and P.M.A. Tigerstedt, Scientia Horticulturae, 2001. 88(3): p. 203-214.
387.    Sensory and hedonic characteristics of juice of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) origins and hybrids Tang, X.R., N. Kalviainen, and H. Tuorila, Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft Und-Technologie-Food Science and Technology, 2001. 34(2): p. 102-110.
388.    Inheritance of flowering, m., fruit yield, and winter hardiness of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Tang, X. O. and P.M.A. Tigerstedt, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 2001. 126(6): p. 744-749.
389.    Fixation and ecological effects of artificial Hippophae rhamnoides boskage on wind-rolling plants in slop of refuse dump Tai, P., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2001. 12(6): p. 833-836.
390.    The effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L. extract on ethanol-induced gastric lesion and gastric tissue glutathione level in rats: A comparative study with melatonin and omeprazole Suleyman, H., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2001. 33(2): p. 77-81.
391.    Biomass and net primary productivity of above-ground parts of artificial Hippophae rhamnoides L. stand in Ansai Ruan, C.-j. and D.-q. Li, Journal of Plant Resources and Environment, 2001. 10(2): p. 38-41.
392.    Removal of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berries by shaking Mann, D.D., et al., Canadian Biosystems Engineering, 2001. 43: p. 2.23-2.28.
393.    Studies on callus inducement and plant regeneration of Hippophae rhamnoides L Li, S.-w., X.-f. Fan, and D.-p. Lu, Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao, 2001. 21(2): p. 262-266.
394.    Regulation of clonal growth of Hippophae rhamnoides L. subsp sinensis population in Mu Us sandland Li, G. and B. Huang, Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2001. 12(5): p. 682-686.
395.    Symbiotic association of Hippophae rhamnoides and the microbes He, X., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 2001. 12(6): p. 876-878.
396.    Standardization of Hippophae rhamnoides crude drug Bogacheva, N.G., N.P. Kokushkina, and T.A. Sokolskaya, Farmatsiya (Moscow), 2001. 50(1): p. 27-29.
397.    Microscopic structural components of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) juice prepared by centrifugation Beveridge, T. and J.E. Harrison, Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft Und-Technologie-Food Science and Technology, 2001. 34(7): p. 458-461.
398.    Effect of dietary supplementation with sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seed and pulp oils on the fatty acid composition of skin glycerophospholipids of patients with atopic dermatitis Yang, B., et al., Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 2000. 11(6): p. 338-340.
399.    Photosynthetic characteristics of Hippophae rhamnoides L. and its influence factors in semiarid loess hilly region Ruan, C.-j. and D.-q. Li, Journal of Plant Resources and Environment, 2000. 9(1): p. 16-21.
400.    The analysis of the drought-resistance of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in loess hilly region Ruan, C.-j. and D.-q. Li, Journal of Plant Resources and Environment, 2000. 9(3): p. 54-56.
401.    Changes in antioxidant effects and their relationship to phytonutrients in fruits of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) during maturation Gao, X.Q., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2000. 48(5): p. 1485-1490.
402.    Optimization of nutrition of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) during growth of woody seedlings Alexeev, D.E. and E.P. Durinina, Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta Seriya 17 Pochvovedenie, 2000(2): p. 50-55.
403.    Effects of dietary supplementation with sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) seed and pulp oils on atopic dermatitis Yang, B.R., et al., Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 1999. 10(11): p. 622-630.
404.    Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L., E., a new important food plant for the larva of Tenthredo vespa Retzius in Finland (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae) Vikberg, V. and J. Itamies, Entomologica Fennica, 1999. 10(4): p. 201-208.
405.    Rheology of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) juice Oomah, B.D., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 1999. 47(9): p. 3546-3550.
406.    Antiradiation activity of juice concentrate from Hippophae rhamnoides L. fruits Mizina, T.Y. and S.G. Sitnikova, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1999. 35(3): p. 85-92.
407.    Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi alkaline phosphatase activities on Hippophae rhamnoides drought-resistance under water stress conditions Ming, T. and C. Hui, Trees-Structure and Function, 1999. 14(3): p. 113-115.
408.    Oil contents in fruits, s.a.f.o.l.p.o.H.r.L.i.t.S.U.K., A. P., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1999. 35(3): p. 35-43.
409.    Population genetic structure in the dioecious pioneer plant species Hippophae rhamnoides investigated by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers Bartish, I.V., N. Jeppsson, and H. Nybom, Molecular Ecology, 1999. 8(5): p. 791-802.
410.    Fatty acid composition and anti-ulcerogenic activity of Hippophae rhamnoides fruit oil Suleyman, Z., et al., Journal of Faculty of Pharmacy of Gazi University, 1998. 15(2): p. 85-91.
411.    Genetic sex determination and RAPD marker segregation in the dioecious species sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Persson, H.A. and H. Nybom, Hereditas, 1998. 129(1): p. 45-51.
412.    Ice nucleation in fruit juice from different varieties of sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides L Lundheim, R. and K. Wahlberg, Euphytica, 1998. 102(1): p. 117-124.
413.    Toxic metals in different varieties of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Lobacheva, I. and W. Letchamo, Hortscience, 1998. 33(3): p. 481-481.
414.    Introduction of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in the Far North Kazakov, L.A. and A.F. Zaitseva, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1998. 34(3): p. 45-51.
415.    Antiulcer effect of Hippophae rhamnoides in rats Zhu, M., J.M. Song, and C.H. Cho, Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 1997. 12(SUPPL.): p. A218-A218.
416.    Cytotoxicity of Chamaenerium angustifolium (L.) Scop. and Hippophae rhamnoides L. tannins and their effect on mitochondrial respiration Spiridonov, N.A., et al., Eksperimental'naya i Klinicheskaya Farmakologiya, 1997. 60(4): p. 60-63.
417.    Distribution of microbes in supercritical CO2 extraction of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) oils Manninen, P., et al., Zeitschrift Fur Lebensmittel-Untersuchung Und-Forschung a-Food Research and Technology, 1997. 204(3): p. 202-205.
418.    About specific development of introductional population of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in the south Ural Kozhevnikov, A.P., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1997. 33(4): p. 66-75.
419.    The diversity of root nodule endophyte of Hippophae rhamnoides Zhang Jike, Z.X., X. Lu, and G. Zhang, Weishengwu Xuebao, 1996. 36(5): p. 389-393.
420.    Effects of several Calendula officinalis and Hippophae rhamnoides extraction on non-specific and specific cellular immune responses in different domestic species Spinu, M., et al. [Actualitati in patologia animalelor domestice: Referate, rezumate, postere], ed. P. Branzas. 1996. 167-167.
421.    Enzymatic potential of a technogenic soil submitted to revegetation with sea-buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) Pasca, D., et al., Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Biologia, 1996. 41(1-2): p. 183-193.
422.    Role of nitrogen-fixing trees in mixed forest. I. Nitrogen fixation and tree growth of mixed stand with Hippophae rhamnoides He Xingyuan, Z.C., et al., Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao, 1996. 7(4): p. 354-358.
423.    New record of plant parasitic nematode associated with actinorhizal Hippophae rhamnoides Athar, M., Ochrana Rostlin, 1996. 32(4): p. 263-267.
424.    GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION OF GROWTH RHYTHM, H., AND HARDINESS, AND THEIR RELATIONS IN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Yao, Y. M. and P.M.A. Tigerstedt, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 1995. 120(4): p. 691-698.
425.    Micropropagation of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L) Yao, Y.M., Agricultural Science in Finland, 1995. 4(5-6): p. 503-512.
426.    Effect of Hippophae rhamnoides L. juice with or without supplemented selenium on lipid peroxidation of RBC-membrane in rats Yang Qi, L.H., et al., Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 1995. 17(3): p. 284-287.
427.    Neutral lipids of mature and developing sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) fruits Vereshchagin, A.G. and V.D. Tsydendambaev. Plant lipid metabolism, ed. J.C. Kader and P. Mazliak. 1995. 573-578.
428.    Genetic resources and breeding potential of seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) in Russia Burmistrov, L.A., WANATCA Yearbook, 1995. 19(0): p. 9-13.
429.    ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC EFFECTS OF TOTAL FLAVONES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L ON GUINEA-PIG PAPILLARY-MUSCLES AND CULTURED RAT MYOCARDIAL-CELLS Wu, J., et al., Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, 1994. 15(4): p. 341-343.
430.    Hepato-protective effect of the concentrate of the juice of Hippophae rhamnoides L. under experimental CCl-4-hepatitis Vengerovskii, A.I., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1994. 30(4): p. 53-56.
431.    Effects of different polivitarom treatment schedules on humoral and cellular immune responses in rabbits Spanu, M., et al., Buletinul Universitatii de Stiinte Agricole Cluj-Napoca Seria Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara, 1994. 48(0): p. 281-288.
432.    Studies on the antioxidative effect of Hippophae rhamnoides L. seed oil Shi, H., et al., Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 1994. 16(3): p. 292-295.
433.    Anti-inflammatory effect of thick extractions of the schrot of fruit of Hippophae rhamnoides L Sabynich, L.V., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1994. 30(3): p. 70-74.
434.    Salix repens (and Hippophae rhamnoides) phytocoena and mycocoenoses: Basis investigations on the island Borkum Heller, A., Zeitschrift fuer Mykologie, 1994. 60(1): p. 285-304.
435.    An preliminary study on hepato-protective action of seed oil of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (HR) and mechanism of the action Cheng, T., et al., Zhongguo Zhongyao Zazhi, 1994. 19(6): p. 367-384.
436.    Nitrogen fixation in black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), b.a.A.g.L.a.s.b.H.r.L.d.o.s.t.A., Ekaterina, et al., Nauka za Gorata, 1994. 31(1): p. 22-37.
437.    ECOLOGY OF THE PLANT-FEEDING NEMATODE FAUNA ASSOCIATED WITH SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L-SSP RHAMNOIDES) IN DIFFERENT STAGES OF DUNE SUCCESSION Zoon, F.C., S.R. Troelstra, and P.W.T. Maas, Fundamental and Applied Nematology, 1993. 16(3): p. 247-258.
438.    Effects of Hippophae rhamnoides L. juice on immunologic and antitumor functions Yu, L., Z. Sui, and H. Fan, Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 1993. 15(3): p. 280-283.
439.    EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE SUM ON VITAMIN-C CONCENTRATION AND YIELD OF SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES) FRUIT - OPTIMAL TIME OF FRUIT HARVEST Yao, Y.M., Agricultural Science in Finland, 1993. 2(6): p. 497-505.
440.    The effects of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (TFH) on cardiac performance and hemodynamics of normal subjects Wang, B., et al., Journal of Xi'an Medical University, 1993. 14(2): p. 138-140.
441.    REVIEW OF MACROPSIS SPECIES (HOMOPTERA, C., MACROPSINAE) FEEDING ON HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES WITH DESCRIPTION OF NEW SPECIES Tishetchkin, D. Y., Zoologichesky Zhurnal, 1993. 72(2): p. 54-60.
442.    Review of species of Macropsis (Homoptera, C., Macrospinae) feeding on sea buckthorn, Hippophae rhamnoides, with description of a new species Tishechkin, D. Yu, Entomological Review (English Translation of Entomologicheskoye Obozreniye), 1993. 72(4): p. 157-163.
443.    Review of Macropsis (Homoptera, C., Macropsinae) feeding on Hippophae rhamnoides with description of new species Tishechkin, D. Yu, Entomological Review (English Translation of Entomologicheskoye Obozreniye), 1993. 72(7): p. 60-66.
444.    Study on salt tolerance of Hippophae rhamnoides L. during germination Tirmizi, S.A.S., K.M. Khan, and S.A. Qadir, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1993. 36(6-7): p. 252-257.
445.    The effect of preparations of roots and shoots of Hippophae rhamnoides L. on the state of the natural resistance system in mice Stakheeva, M.N. and E.P. Zueva, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1993. 29(4): p. 91-95.
446.    Reproduction of common sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides L. in western Pamir Musoev, S.M., Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Respubliki Tadzhikistan Otdelenie Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1993. 0(2): p. 23-27.
447.    The role of environmental temperature in the introduction of sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides L. in Belarus Haranovich, I.M., Vyestsi Akademii Navuk Byelarusi Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk, 1993. 0(1): p. 38-44.
448.    Nitrogen balance and productivity of Populus euroamericana (Dode) Guinier cv. I-214 grown together with the nitrogen-fixing species Robinia pseudoacacia L., A.g.L.a.H.r.L., et al., Nauka za Gorata, 1993. 30(4): p. 16-26.
449.    RESEARCH ON THE PROVENANCE TEST OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Zhao, H., et al., Forest Research, 1992. 5(1): p. 14-21.
450.    Effects of total flavones of Hippophae rhamnoides, L.o.e.a.m.a.i.g.p.p.m.Y., Xiaojiang, et al., Journal of Xi'an Medical University, 1992. 13(4): p. 343-345.
451.    VARIATION OF VITAMIN-C CONCENTRATION AND CHARACTER CORRELATION BETWEEN AND WITHIN NATURAL SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) POPULATIONS Yao, Y.M., P.M.A. Tigerstedt, and P. Joy, Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B-Soil and Plant Science, 1992. 42(1): p. 12-17.
452.    Essential amino acids in Hippophae rhamnoides L. fruits from the western Pamirs Mirgaesiev, M., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1992. 28(3): p. 75-79.
453.    Oil from Hippophae rhamnoides L. leaves Lobanova, A.A., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1992. 28(4): p. 49-52.
454.    Significance of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in evolution of the Eemian Interglacial flora in Warsaw area Krupinski, K.M., Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 1992. 61(1): p. 131-144.
455.    FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF NODULE FORMATION IN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Dobritsa, S.V. and S.N. Novik, Plant and Soil, 1992. 144(1): p. 45-50.
456.    Protective action of seed oil of Hippophae rhamnoides L. (HR) against experimental liver injury in mice Cheng, T.-J., Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, 1992. 26(4): p. 227-229.
457.    IMPACT OF THE ALIEN SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) ON SAND DUNE ECOSYSTEMS IN IRELAND Binggeli, P., et al. Coastal Dunes : Geomorphology, Ecology and Management for Conservation, ed. R.W.G. Carter, T.G. Curtis, and M.J. Sheehyskeffington. 1992. 325-337.
458.    Ecological problems of the preservation and protection of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in Buryatia Amsheev, R.M., Sibirskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1992. 0(2): p. 42-45.
459.    EFFECTS OF RHIZOSPHERE FUNGI AND NEMATODES ON THE ACTINORHIZA AND GROWTH OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Zoon, F.C., in Beemster, A. B. R., Et Al. 1991. p. 47-52.
460.    A STUDY ON RELATIONS BETWEEN ABSCISIC ACID AND ABSCISSION OF FRUIT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Zhu, C., Forest Research, 1991. 4(3): p. 333-336.
461.    A STUDY ON VITAMIN C CONTENT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT AND ITS CHANGING RULES Zhou, Y., et al., Forest Research, 1991. 4(3): p. 345-349.
462.    STUDY ON THE SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY OF FLESH OIL IN COMPREHENSIVE PROCESSING OF FRESH FRUIT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-SSP-TURKESTANICA Zheng, H., et al., Forest Research, 1991. 4(4): p. 368-373.
463.    TANNINS FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Yoshida, T., et al., Phytochemistry, 1991. 30(2): p. 663-666.
464.    GROWTH RESPONSE AND ION UPTAKE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. TO INCREASING SALT CONCENTRATIONS I. EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS Tirmizi, S.A.S., K.M. Khan, and S.A. Qadir, Scientific Khyber, 1991. 4(2): p. 119-130.
465.    THE INITIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-SSP-SINENSIS IN THE GREENHOUSE Salo, K., Luonnon Tutkija, 1991. 95(1-2): p. 150-155.
466.    NEW WILT TOLERANT FORMS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Kondrashov, V.T. and E.P. Sokolova, Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody Otdel Biologicheskii, 1991. 96(1): p. 146-153.
467.    THE INFECTIVITY AND SYMBIOTIC PERFORMANCE OF A FRANKIA STRAIN AS AFFECTED BY ITS GROWTH MEDIUM TOWARDS HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Cervantes, E. and C. Rodriguez-Barrueco, in Polsinelli, M., R. Materassi and M. Vincenzini. 1991. p. 639-640.
468.    INTERACTION OF PLANT PARASITIC NEMATODES AND ABIOTIC SOIL DEVELOPMENT IN THE DECLINE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Zoon, F.C., Nematologica, 1990. 36(4): p. 403-403.
469.    STUDIES ON THE SECONDARY XYLEM ANATOMY OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES UNDER DIFFERENT HABITATS Zhang, X.Y. and W.H. Cao, Acta Botanica Sinica, 1990. 32(12): p. 909-915.
470.    EFFECT OF TOTAL FLAVONES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ON ISOLATED VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLES Yu, X., et al., Xi'an Yike Daxue Xuebao, 1990. 11(4): p. 332-335.
471.    THE EFFECT OF TOTAL FLAVONES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. ON BEATING AND ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF CULTURED CARDIAC CELL Wu, J. and X. Li, Xi'an Yike Daxue Xuebao, 1990. 11(4): p. 301-303.
472.    STUDIES ON THE CHEMICAL COMPONENTS IN FRUITS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Wang, S., Forest Research, 1990. 3(1): p. 98-102.
473.    STUDY OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. JUICE ON THE TERATOGENESIS AND MUTAGENESIS OF RAT AND MICE GERM CELLS Lan, H., et al., Acta Nutrimenta Sinica, 1990. 12(3): p. 253-255.
474.    CHROMATO-MASS-SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF HYDROXY-ACIDS AND EPOXY ACIDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES SEED OIL Zhmyrko, T.G., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1989(5): p. 626-634.
475.    PHYTOCHEMICAL RESEARCH ON HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. SEA BUCKTHORN I. FATTY ACID CONTENTS IN CERTAIN MORPHOLOGICAL TYPES OF SEA BUCKTHORN Undina, S., et al., Buletinul Institutului Agronomic Cluj-Napoca Seria Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara, 1989. 43: p. 41-46.
476.    THE SITE REQUIREMENTS OF SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. ON SOME ISLANDS IN THE GULF OF BOTHNIA FINLAND Salo, K., Luonnon Tutkija, 1989. 93(2): p. 40-45.
477.    CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS DERIVED FROM COMPONENTS CONTAINING IN SEA-BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) FRUITS Mironov, V.A., et al., Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal, 1989. 23(11): p. 1357-1364.
478.    SOME RESULTS OF CYTOLOGICAL STUDIES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Mezhlumov, F.K., Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1989(3): p. 74-76.
479.    LIPID FATTY ACID COMPOSITION IN THE FRUITS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Loskutova, G.A., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1989. 25(1): p. 97-103.
480.    EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON THE LENGTH OF CAMBIAL ACTIVITY AND WOOD FORMATION IN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ELAEAGNACEAE Lobzhanidze, V.E., Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St. Petersburg), 1989. 74(6): p. 840-843.
481.    ANALYSIS OF FREE AMINO ACIDS AND VITAMIN C IN FRUITS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. NITRARIA-TANGUTORUM BOBR. AND BERBERIS-DASYSTACHYA MAXIN Ji, L.J., Acta Botanica Sinica, 1989. 31(6): p. 487-488.
482.    INVESTIGATIONS ON BIOSTIMULATING EFFECT OF SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES MEAD ON EGG LAYING IN HEN Buhatel, T., et al., Buletinul Institutului Agronomic Cluj-Napoca Seria Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara, 1989. 43: p. 37-40.
483.    FRACTION AND AMINOACIDIC COMPOSITION OF PROTEINS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES WOOD GREENS Yushipitsina, G.G., N.A. Chuprova, and S.M. Repyakh, Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1988(3): p. 409-412.
484.    STUDIES ON THE CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN THE VOLATILE OIL OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-SSP-SINENSIS ROUSI Yu, J.G., et al., Yaoxue Xuebao, 1988. 23(6): p. 456-459.
485.    EXPERIMENTAL POLYPLOIDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. 2. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AUTOTETRAPLOIDS Shchapov, N.S. and V.K. Kreimer, Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1988(1): p. 117-123.
486.    EXPERIMENTAL POLYPLOIDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. 1. METHODS OF OBTAINING AND IDENTIFYING POLYPLOIDS Shchapov, N.S. and V.I. Kreimer, Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1988(1): p. 111-117.
487.    INVITRO-PROPAGATION AND SUBSEQUENT NODULATION OF THE ACTINORHIZAL HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Montpetit, D. and M. Lalonde, Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 1988. 15(3): p. 189-199.
488.    SIGN VARIABILITIES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES F IN NATURAL-POPULATIONS FROM THE ISSYK-KUL REGION Maisuradze, N.I. and T.V. Malyona, Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal, 1988. 22(11): p. 1366-1370.
489.    EFFECTS OF TOTAL FLAVONES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L ON CULTURED RAT-HEART CELLS AND ON CAMP LEVEL AND ADENYLATE-CYCLASE IN MYOCARDIUM Liu, F.M., Z.X. Li, and S. Shi, Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, 1988. 9(6): p. 539-542.
490.    BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FORMS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. GROWING IN THE BARTANG RIVER VALLEY IN THE WESTERN PAMIRS TADZHIK SSR USSR Glazunova, E.M., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1988. 24(4): p. 516-520.
491.    NEUTRAL LIPIDS OF FREON EXTRACTS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT Zhmyrko, T.G., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1987(2): p. 231-234.
492.    STUDIES ON BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FRANKIA-SP FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Wu, Y. and J. Ding, Weishengwu Xuebao, 1987. 27(3): p. 227-232.
493.    MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FORMS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. GROWING IN THE UZBEK SSR USSR Vernik, R.S., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1987. 23(1): p. 31-37.
494.    IONIC BALANCE, P.E., NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY AND GROWTH OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L SSP RHAMNOIDES AS INFLUENCED BY COMBINED-N NUTRITION OR N-2 FIXATION Troelstra, S. R., et al., Plant and Soil, 1987. 103(2): p. 169-183.
495.    TANNINS FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES LEAVES Sheichenko, O.P., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1987(6): p. 902-907.
496.    COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE OF TRIACYLGLYCERINS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES SEEDS Ozerinina, O.V., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1987(1): p. 52-57.
497.    VARIABILITY OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. FORMS IN THE GEORGIAN SSR USSR Igoshina, V.G., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1987. 23(2): p. 190-196.
498.    CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME CENOPOPULATIONS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. IN THE SOUTHERN GEORGIAN SSR USSR Dolgacheva, V.S. and V.E. Lobzhanidze, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1987. 23(4): p. 548-554.
499.    PHOTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT JUICE Bodnar, I.M., L.Y. Ladna, and D.V. Sheshurak, Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal (Kiev), 1987(5): p. 53-55.
500.    ON THE RELATIVE INVOLVEMENT OF NEMATODES AND OTHER SOIL FACTORS IN THE DECLINE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. IN THE NETHERLANDS Zoon, F.C., Revue de Nematologie, 1986. 9(3): p. 314-314.
501.    HYDROXY-ACIDS OF THE OIL OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDE SEEDS Zhmyrko, T.G., Y.V. Rashkes, and A.I. Glushenkova, Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1986(2): p. 161-168.
502.    BIOLOGY OF THE GERMINATION OF THE SEEDS OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN Vernik, R.S. and U.N. Zhapakova, Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1986(5): p. 38-40.
503.    CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE INTRODUCTION OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN BROILER REARING Vacaru-Opris, I., et al., Institutul Agronomic "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iasi Lucrari Stiintifice Seria Zootehnie Medicina Veterinara, 1986. 30: p. 33-38.
504.    COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CHLADON AND CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTS FROM THE AIR-DRY PULP OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUITS OF CAUCASIAN AND SIBERIAN ORIGIN Shaftan, E.A., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1986. 22(1): p. 60-66.
505.    INVESTIGATION OF PHYTOPHAGOUS INSECTS ON THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L. IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH TIROL AUSTRIA Reiter, W., Berichte des Naturwissenschaftlich-Medizinischen Vereins in Innsbruck, 1986. 73: p. 169-186.
506.    INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP VARIATION OF CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION IN FRUITS INDUCED BY EMS IN M1 OF SEA BUCKTHORN CONTRAST FORMS OF RELATED ORIGIN Privalov, G.F., G.M. Skuridin, and L.P. Solonenko, Genetika, 1986. 22(10): p. 2477-2484.
507.    RESERVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT IN THE WEST PAMIR TADZHIK-SSR USSR Korzinnikov Yu, S., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1986. 22(1): p. 57-60.
508.    DYNAMICS OF RESERVE SUGARS IN SHOOTS OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN OF VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC ORIGINS Besschetnov, V.P., Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii Lesnoi Zhurnal, 1986(4): p. 22-25.
509.    CHARACTERIZATION CULTIVATION AND PROCESSING OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Varga, I.L. and D. Foldesi, Herba Hungarica, 1985. 24(2-3): p. 237-264.
510.    THE ISOLATION OF PURE CULTURES OF ACTINOMYCETES BELONGING TO THE FRANKIA GENUS FROM THE NITROGEN-FIXING ROOT NODULES OF SILVERBERRY ELAEAGNUS-ARGENTEA AND COMMON SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Sharaya, L.S., A.N. Pariiskaya, and L.V. Kalakutskii, Mikrobiologiya, 1985. 54(6): p. 1017-1019.
511.    CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES .2. THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF NEUTRAL PARTS OF SAPONIFICATION PRODUCTS FROM EXTRACTS OF LEAVES HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Salenko, V.L., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1985(4): p. 514-519.
512.    STRUCTURE OF VARIABILITY OF QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERS OF THE FRUIT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Magomedmirzaev, M.M., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1985. 21(3): p. 288-294.
513.    SEASONAL DEVELOPMENT OF SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES AND THE ACCUMULATION OF OIL IN ITS FRUITS Korzinnikov Yu, S. and A.I. Golovatyi, Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow), 1985(7): p. 67-70.
514.    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE FRUITS OF THE ZARAFSHAN UZBEK-SSR USSR POPULATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Kabulova, F.D., A.D. Kabulov, and M.I. Ikramov, Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1985(5): p. 33-35.
515.    SOIL CONDITIONS FOR THE GROWTH OF THE COMMON SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Haranovich, I.M., Vyestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk, 1985(1): p. 8-11.
516.    CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SOME CHARACTERS OF THE FRUIT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES AND THE CONTENTS OF FATTY OIL AND TOCOPHEROL IN THE FRUIT Dalgatov, D.D., P.M. Muratchaeva, and M.M. Magomedmirzaev, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1985. 21(3): p. 283-288.
517.    GROUP COMPOSITION OF NEUTRAL LIPIDS IN THE OIL OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUITS Zhmyrko, T.G., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1984(3): p. 300-305.
518.    ISOLATION AND REINOCULATION OF ENDOPHYTES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES AND ELAEAGNUS Yang, H., et al., Weishengwu Xuebao, 1984. 24(4): p. 315-319.
519.    MIXOPLOIDY IN THE APICAL MERISTEMS OF VARIOUS ORGANS IN SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Shchapov, N.S., V.K. Kreimer, and E.V. Dragavtseva, Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1984(3): p. 70-74.
520.    CONTENT OF BIOLOGICALLY-ACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN HIPPOPHEA-RHAMNOIDES L FRUITS IN NATURAL-POPULATIONS OF THE ISSYK-KUL REGION Malena, T.V., R.V. Lykova, and E.A. Chigireva, Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal, 1984. 18(10): p. 1226-1228.
521.    THE CONTENT OF PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN FATTY OIL OF THE PULP OF HIPPOPHEA-RHAMNOIDES L FRUITS GROWING IN GEORGIA Lagazidze, D.S., D.A. Muravyova, and V.S. Bostoganashvili, Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal, 1984. 18(6): p. 713-717.
522.    MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL FEATURES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE TADZHIK-SSR USSR Korzinnikov Yu, S., A.I. Golovatyi, and A.F. Gur'Yanov, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1984. 20(3): p. 368-371.
523.    METHODS FOR HARVESTING HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN CONNECTION WITH PRESERVING ITS THICKETS IN THE WESTERN PAMIRS TADZHIK-SSR USSR Korzinnikov Yu, S. and A.I. Golovatyi, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1984. 20(1): p. 41-47.
524.    THE AROMA OF THE FRUIT OF SEA BUCKTHORN, H.-R., L Hirvi, T. and E. Honkanen, Zeitschrift Fur Lebensmittel-Untersuchung Und-Forschung, 1984. 179(5): p. 387-388.
525.    BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUITS GROWING IN THE WESTERN PAMIRS TADZHIK-SSR USSR Glazunova, E.M., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1984. 20(2): p. 232-235.
526.    MYCORRHIZAL IMPROVEMENT IN NON-LEGUMINOUS NITROGEN-FIXING ASSOCIATIONS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Gardner, I.C., D.M. Clelland, and A. Scott, Plant and Soil, 1984. 78(1-2): p. 189-199.
527.    HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES 1. AN IMPORTANT CROP IN SIBERIA USSR Foldesi, D., J. Bernath, and M.N. Lehoczki, Herba Hungarica, 1984. 23(3): p. 143-156.
528.    DIVERSITY OF FORMS OF SOME POPULATIONS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE KIRGIZ-SSR USSR Eliseev, I.P., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1984. 20(4): p. 502-509.
529.    STUDIES ON SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN FIXATION OF NONLEGUMINOUS PLANTS 2. ISOLATION AND INOCULATION OF ROOT NODULE ENDOPHYTE FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Du, D., Y. Wang, and G. Cui, Weishengwu Xuebao, 1984. 24(1): p. 41-45.
530.    PARTICIPATION OF MOLYBDENUM IN FORMATION AND FUNCTIONING OF THE SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN FIXING SYSTEM IN SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES NODULES Zhiznevskaya, G.Y., et al., Soviet Plant Physiology, 1983. 30(3 PART 1): p. 379-384.
531.    INVOLVEMENT OF MOLYBDENUM IN THE FORMATION AND FUNCTIONING OF SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN FIXING SYSTEM IN SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ROOT NODULES Zhiznevskaya, G.Y., et al., Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow), 1983. 30(3): p. 499-504.
532.    ANATOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE SHOOT AND MATURE STEM IN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES UNDER NATURAL CONDITIONS IN THE AZERBAIJAN-SSR USSR Novruzova, Z.A., S.M. Aslanov, and S.S. Mamedov, Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1983(1): p. 3-7.
533.    PHENOL COMPOUNDS IN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES LEAVES AZERBAIJAN-SSR USSR Novruzov, E.N., N.M. Ismailov, and S.S. Mamedov, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1983. 19(3): p. 354-356.
534.    NEMATODES (LONGIDORUS SP AND TYLENCHORHYNCHUS-MICROPHASMIS LOOF) IN GROWTH AND NODULATION OF SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) Maas, P.W.T., P.A.I. Oremus, and H. Otten, Plant and Soil, 1983. 73(1): p. 141-147.
535.    HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Frane, W., C.T.T.B.O.C.P.Q.A.C.O.F.-A.I.T.F.O.T.J.F.P.A.O.T.S.O.F.O. and H. Muller, Angewandte Botanik, 1983. 57(1-2): p. 77-83.
536.    CHARACTERISTICS OF FRUITS OF DAGESTAN-ASSR RUSSIAN-SFSR USSR HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES POPULATIONS Dalgatov, D.D., P.M. Muratchaeva, and M.M. Omariev, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1983. 19(3): p. 351-353.
537.    OCCURRENCE OF GLOMUS-FASCICULATUS A MYCORRHIZAL ENDOPHYTE IN THE NITROGEN FIXING NONLEGUME HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Clelland, D.M., I.C. Gardner, and A. Scott, Microbios Letters, 1983. 24(95-96): p. 107-114.
538.    UTILIZATION OF CARBON AND NITROGEN-COMPOUNDS BY FRANKIA IN SYNTHETIC MEDIA AND IN ROOT-NODULES OF ALNUS-GLUTINOSA, H.-R., AND DATISCA-CANNABINA Akkermans, A. D. L., et al., Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique, 1983. 61(11): p. 2793-2800.
539.    DETERMINATION OF FLAVONOID GENIN OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Xiao, R. and Z. Xiao, Acta Academiae Medicinae Sichuan, 1982. 13(1): p. 1-5.
540.    EFFECT OF FLAVONOIDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ON ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE Wang, J., et al., Acta Academiae Medicinae Sichuan, 1982. 13(1): p. 6-11.
541.    CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES .1. THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF UNSAPONIFIED PART FROM AN EXTRACT OF DRIED FRUITS Salenko, V.L., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1982(3): p. 328-332.
542.    CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES 1. THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF THE UNSAPONIFIABLE PART OF AN EXTRACT OF THE FRUIT PULP Salenko, V.L., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1982. 18(3): p. 302-306.
543.    CHEMICAL VARIATION IN EURASIAN POPULATIONS OF HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES REVEALED BY TWO-DIMENSIONAL THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY Rousi, A., P. Karunen, and I. Hakala, Annales Botanici Fennici, 1982. 19(4): p. 219-224.
544.    CORRELATION OF CHARACTERS IN VARIOUS SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES POPULATIONS Kondrashov, V.T., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1982. 18(1): p. 66-73.
545.    PHOSPHO LIPIDS OF THE SEEDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Isamukhamedov, A.S. and S.T. Akramov, Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1982. 18(3): p. 365-366.
546.    CARBON METABOLISM OF FRANKIA SPP IN ROOT-NODULES OF ALNUS-GLUTINOSA AND HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Hussdanell, K., et al., Physiologia Plantarum, 1982. 54(4): p. 461-466.
547.    HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES LIFE CYCLE Avdeev, V.I., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1982. 18(1): p. 13-21.
548.    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUITS CULTIVATED ON APSHERON AZERBAIJAN-SSR USSR Aslanov, S.M., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1982. 18(1): p. 73-76.
549.    ULTRASTRUCTURE OF NITROGEN FIXING AND OVER WINTERING ROOT NODULES IN ONE YEAR OLD SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES AND OLEASTER ELAEAGNUS-ARGENTEA SEEDLINGS Andreeva, I.N., et al., Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow), 1982. 29(1): p. 127-133.
550.    ULTRASTRUCTURE OF NITROGEN-FIXING AND WINTERING NODULES IN ONE-YEAR SEEDLINGS OF SEA BUCKTHORN AND OLEASTER Andreeva, I.N., et al., Soviet Plant Physiology, 1982. 29(1): p. 109-116.
551.    FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH AND NODULATION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L SSP RHAMNOIDES IN SOILS FROM 2 SUCCESSIONAL STAGES OF DUNE FORMATION Oremus, P.A.I. and H. Otten, Plant and Soil, 1981. 63(3): p. 317-331.
552.    OIL LIPIDS IN THE FRUITS AND LEAVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Mamedov, S.S., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1981(6): p. 710-715.
553.    LIPIDS OF THE OILS OF THE FRUIT AND LEAVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Mamedov, S.S., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1981. 17(6): p. 511-515.
554.    STRUCTURE OF BUCKTHORN NODULES AND THEIR NITROGEN FIXING ACTIVITY Khailova, G.F., A.A. Tibilov, and I.N. Simonov, Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii, 1981(5): p. 181-186.
555.    INFECTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY OF STRAINS OF FRANKIA ISOLATED FROM NODULES OF CASUARINA-EQUISETIFOLIA AND HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Gauthier, D., H.G. Diem, and Y. Dommergues, Comptes Rendus De L Academie Des Sciences Serie Iii-Sciences De La Vie-Life Sciences, 1981. 293(8): p. 489-491.
556.    BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF FORMS OF SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES GROWING IN THE WESTERN PAMIRS TADZHIK-SSR USSR Gachechiladze, N.D., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1981. 17(1): p. 37-42.
557.    FEATURES OF A SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES POPULATION FROM RIVER KITOI VALLEY IRKUTSK OBLAST RUSSIAN-SFSR USSR Ermakov, B.S. and N.T. Koikov, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1981. 17(2): p. 184-189.
558.    DETERMINATION OF FATTY OIL IN FRUIT OF THE SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES INTRODUCED IN THE PODOLIA REGIONS UKRAINIAN-SSR USSR Bilan, V.Y. and A.P. Lebeda, Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal (Kiev), 1981(2): p. 71-72.
559.    NEW SUBSPECIES OF THE SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Avdeev, V.I., Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Tadzhikskoi SSR Otdelenie Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1981(1): p. 102-103.
560.    BRIEF BOTANICAL MORPHOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES GROWING IN THE WEST PAMIRS TADZHIK-SSR USSR Yusufbekov Kh, Y.U., et al., Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Tadzhikskoi SSR Otdelenie Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1980(2): p. 36-43.
561.    EVALUATION OF OIL CONTENT IN THE FRUITS OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES GROWING IN THE WESTERN PAMIR REGION USSR Yusufbekov Kh, Y.U., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1980. 16(1): p. 95-97.
562.    C-BANDS AND PLOIDY LEVEL OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Rousi, A. and T. Arohonka, Hereditas, 1980. 92(2): p. 327-330.
563.    PROCEDURE FOR EVALUATING THE PRICKLINESS OF SEA-BUCKTHORN BRANCHES Potapov, S.P. and M.N. Borodachev, Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii, 1980(5): p. 186-188.
564.    RAW MATERIAL RESOURCES OF THE SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE USSR Koikov, N.T., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1980. 16(4): p. 493-502.
565.    CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME FORMS OF SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE FOOTHILLS OF THE GREAT CAUCASUS AZERBAIJAN-SSR USSR Imamaliev, G.N. and E.I. Panteleeva, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1980. 16(4): p. 547-549.
566.    ASCORBIC-ACID CONTENT IN LEAVES AND FRUIT OF THE SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Haranovich, I.M., Vyestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk, 1980(5): p. 10-14.
567.    INTRODUCTION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE PODOLIA REGION UKRAINIAN-SSR USSR Bilan, V.Y. and S.P. Dobrovol'S'Kyi, Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal (Kiev), 1980(1): p. 53-55.
568.    ULTRASTRUCTURE OF NITROGEN FIXING NODULES IN SEA-BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES SEEDLINGS Andreeva, I.N., et al., Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow), 1980. 27(4): p. 791-799.
569.    ULTRASTRUCTURE OF NITROGEN-FIXING NODULES IN SEEDLINGS OF SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) Andreeva, I.N., et al., Soviet Plant Physiology, 1980. 27(4): p. 598-605.
570.    GROWING SAPLINGS OF THE COMMON SEA BUCKTHORN USING SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS IN THE NONCHERNOZEM ZONE Tarasenko, M.T., V.V. Faustov, and V.I. Avdeev, Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii, 1979(3): p. 104-116.
571.    KARYOLOGY OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Shchapov, N.S., Cytology and Genetics, 1979. 13(1): p. 42-45.
572.    BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES GROWING IN THE DELTA OF THE DANUBE RIVER UKRAINIAN-SSR USSR Shapiro, D.K., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1979. 15(4): p. 544-548.
573.    CAROTINOIDS OF THE FRUITS OF SOME HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES Sergeeva, N.V., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1979(1): p. 100-101.
574.    CAROTENOIDS OF THE FRUIT OF SOME VARIETIES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Sergeeva, N.V., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1979. 15(1): p. 87-87.
575.    URSOLIC-ACID FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Novruzov, E.N., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1979. 15(6): p. 776-776.
576.    POLY PHENOLS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Mukhamed'Yarova, M.M. and T.K. Chumbalov, Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1979. 15(6): p. 759-759.
577.    POLYPHENOL FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDS Mukhamedyarova, M.M. and T.K. Chumbalov, Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1979(6): p. 854-854.
578.    SEA-BUCKTHORN OF THE KALININGRAD OBLAST RUSSIAN-SFSR USSR AS A SOURCE OF VITAMINS AND AS INITIAL MATERIAL FOR SELECTION Kondrashov, V.T., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1979. 15(1): p. 19-28.
579.    MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE TALDY-KURGAN OBLAST KAZAKH-SSR USSR Eliseev, I.P., V.A. Fefelov, and E.Y. Skorikova, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1979. 15(4): p. 540-544.
580.    VITAMINS FROM OILS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUITS Zhmyrko, T.G., E.I. Gigienova, and A.U. Umarov, Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1978(3): p. 313-317.
581.    VITAMINS OF THE OIL OF THE FRUIT OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Zhmyrko, T.G., E.I. Gigienova, and A.U. Umarov, Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1978. 14(3): p. 259-263.
582.    RESEARCH ON SEED AND FRUIT PULP OIL OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Zham'Yansan, Y.A., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1978(1): p. 133-134.
583.    OILS OF THE SEEDS AND OF THE FRUIT FLESH OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Zham'Yansan, Y.A., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1978. 14(1): p. 108-108.
584.    STUDIES OF THE TOTAL ESTERASE ACTIVITY IN TISSUES OF INDUCED MUTANTS OF SEA BUCKTHORN DURING THE VEGETATIVE PROCESS Skuridin, G.M. and G.F. Privalov, Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 1978(3): p. 64-68.
585.    BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PROMISING FORMS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FROM THE COASTAL AREA OF THE KALININGRAD OBLAST USSR Shapiro, D.K., et al., Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1978. 14(4): p. 560-564.
586.    CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF A CARBON DI OXIDE EXTRACT FROM PULP OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Shaftan, E.A., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1978. 14(5): p. 560-561.
587.    INVESTIGATION OF CO2-EXTRACT CHEMICAL COMPOSITION FROM HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES Shaftan, E.A., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1978(5): p. 650-651.
588.    FLAVONOIDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES GROWING IN MONGOLIA Purve, O., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds (English Translation of Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii), 1978. 14(3): p. 341-342.
589.    THE USE OF THE SEA-BUCKTHORN IN AF FORESTATION OF DUMPS Keleberda, T.N., V.N. Dan'Ko, and V.Y. Zharomskii, Lesovedenie, 1978(4): p. 69-74.
590.    CHARACTERISTICS OF POPULATIONS OF SEA-BUCKTHORN FROM THE TUNKINSKAYA VALLEY OF THE BURYAT-ASSR USSR Ermakov, B.S., F.F. Potapov, and G.M. Zakharova, Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1978. 14(3): p. 366-370.
591.    HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN BREHEIMEN NORWAY Skogen, A., Blyttia, 1977. 35(4): p. 173-178.
592.    ASCORBIC-ACID CONTENT IN RELATION TO RIPENESS IN FRUITS OF 6 HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES CLONES FROM PYHARANTA, S.F.R., A. and H. Aulin, Annales Agriculturae Fenniae, 1977. 16(1): p. 80-87.
593.    IONIZING-RADIATION AS A FACTOR OF SELECTION IN SEA BACKTHORN Privalov, G.F. and L.P. Solonenko, Genetika, 1977. 13(11): p. 2045-2046.
594.    RESEARCH ON THE UTILIZATION OF CAROTENOID PIGMENTS PART 3 THE EFFECT OF THE HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT OIL ON THE PIGMENTATION OF EGG YOLK Neamtu, G., et al., Studii si Cercetari de Biochimie, 1977. 20(1): p. 63-70.
595.    SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ON THE POLISH BALTIC COAST MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY Kapuscinski, R., Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica, 1977. 23(1): p. 17-36.
596.    SPREAD AND DEVELOPMENT OF RHODODENDRON-PONTICUM L ON DUNES AT WINTERTON, N., IN COMPARISON WITH INVASION BY HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L AT SALTFLEETBY, LINCOLNSHIRE Fuller, R. M. and L.A. Boorman, Biological Conservation, 1977. 12(2): p. 83-94.
597.    THE FRUIT OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES AS A SOURCE OF VITAMIN C Centenaro, G., et al., Atti della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano, 1977. 118(3-4): p. 371-378.
598.    CHANGES DURING 35 YEARS IN THE RANGE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE ARCHIPELAGO OF RAUMA FINLAND ON THE GULF OF BOTHNIA COAST Vuoristo, A. and A. Rousi, Aquilo Ser Botanica, 1976. 14: p. 1-5.
599.    PALEO ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES WITH AN EXAMPLE OF THE PROTOCRATIC VEGETATIONAL STAGE IN NORTHEAST FENNOSCANDIA FINLAND Reynaud, C., Boreas (Oslo), 1976. 5(1): p. 9-24.
600.    DISTRIBUTION OF MICROFUNGI OVER SURFACES OF ATTACHED LEAVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Lindsey, B.I. and G.J.F. Pugh, Transactions of the British Mycological Society, 1976. 67(DEC): p. 427-433.
601.    SUCCESSION OF MICROFUNGI ON ATTACHED LEAVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Lindsey, B.I. and G.J.F. Pugh, Transactions of the British Mycological Society, 1976. 67(AUG): p. 61-67.
602.    THE DYNAMICS OF SOME ACTIVE PRINCIPLES FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES FRUIT Brad, I., et al., Analele Institutului de Cercetari Pentru Cereale si Plante Tehnice-Fundulea, 1976. 41: p. 651-659.
603.    URSOLIC-ACID FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Tsybikova, D.T., D.N. Zylykeeva, and G.Z. Darzhapova, Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1975. 4: p. 519-520.
604.    FLAVONOIDS FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES LEAVES Rasputina, D.B., et al., Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, 1975. 1: p. 96-97.
605.    EFFECT OF NITRATE-NITROGEN ON NODULE SYMBIOSES OF CORIARIA AND HIPPOPHAE Bond, G. and A.H. Mackintosh, Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B-Biological Sciences, 1975. 190(1099): p. 199-+.
606.    ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ENDOPHYTE Maistrenko, G.G., Z.M. Yakovleva, and A.G. Maistrenko, Mikrobiologiya, 1974. 43(3): p. 504-507.
607.    ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ENDOPHYTE HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Maistrenko, G.G., Z.M. Yakovleva, and A.G. Maistrenko, Microbiology, 1974. 43(3): p. 427-431.
608.    HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L ATTRACTIVENESS TO BIRDS Hardy, E., Watsonia, 1973. 9(3): p. 269-270.
609.    FORMATION OF VESICLES IN DEVELOPMENTAL CYCLE OF NODULAR ENDOPHYTE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Gardner, I.C. and E.M.S. Gatner, Archiv Fur Mikrobiologie, 1973. 89(3): p. 233-240.
610.    LIFE FORM OF THE SEA BUCKTHORN HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN THE KAZAKH-SSR Filatov, I.I., Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St. Petersburg), 1973. 58(5): p. 695-697.
611.    SEA BUCKTHORN DISEASES AND THEIR PATHOGENS IN ALTAI Zhukov, A.M., Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya, 1972. 6(4): p. 322-327.
612.    THE HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES ALLUVIAL FOREST AT LEINORA CENTRAL NORWAY A PHYTOSOCIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL STUDY Skogen, A., Kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab Skrifter, 1972. 4: p. 1-115.
613.    FLAVONOL GLYCOSIDES FROM HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Krolikow.M, Planta Medica, 1972. 22(4): p. 418-427.
614.    CHROMATOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF SOME PIGMENTS OF THE FRUITS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Grigorescu, E., I. Selmiciu, and U. Stanescu, Herba Polonica, 1972. SUPPL: p. 76-82.
615.    S-METHYLCYSTEINE AND GAMMA-GLUTAMYL-S-METHYLCYSTEINE IN FRUIT OF SEA BUCKTHORN (HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L) Roponen, I., Suomen Kemistilehti, 1971. 44(4): p. 163-&.
616.    VARIABILITY IN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES IN CONSEQUENCE OF IONIZING RADIATION OF SEEDS IN STIMULATING DOSES Privalov, G.F., L.P. Solonenko, and O.S. Trofimova, Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologo-Meditsinskikh Nauk, 1971(2): p. 72-76.
617.    GROWTH-RATES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Ledwood, J.S. and D.W. Shimwell, Annals of Botany, 1971. 35(143): p. 1053-&.
618.    OBSERVATIONS ON FINE STRUCTURE OF ROOT NODULE ENDOPHYTE OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES L Gatner, E.M.S. and I.C. Gardner, Archiv Fur Mikrobiologie, 1970. 70(3): p. 183-&.
619.    JOINT ACTION OF COLCHICINE AND BIO STIMULATORS ON SEEDS OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES Borodina, N.A., Soviet Genetics (English Translation of Genetika), 1970. 6(11): p. (1973)-(1973).
620.    COMBINED ACTION OF COLCHICINE AND BIO STIMULATORS ON HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-D SEEDS Borodina, N.A., Genetika, 1970. 6(11): p. 140-142.
621.    CHEMICAL EXAMINATION OF HIPPOPHAE-SALICIFOLIA-D Ambaye, R.Y. and M.A. Indap, Indian Journal of Pharmacy, 1970. 32(5): p. 130-131.
622.    SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF LEAVES OF HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-D Anon, Bulletin de la Societe Royale de Botanique de Belgique, 1969. 102(2): p. 467-468.
623.    INFLUENCE OF SEA-BUCKTHORN-D HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-D OIL ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL ATHERO SCLEROSIS IN RABBITS SUNFLOWER-D SEED OIL Olziikhutag, A., Cor et Vasa, 1968. 10(1): p. 59-67.
624.    SIMPLE CARBOLINE ALKALOIDS III INST CHROMATOGRAPHIC INVESTIGATIONS OF HARMAN ALKALOIDS IN PLANTS AMSONIA-TABERNAEMONTANA-D APOCYNUM-CANNABINUM-D AND HIPPOPHAE-RHAMNOIDES-D Lutomski, J., B. Nowicka, and M. Adamska, Herba Polonica, 1967. 13(4): p. 171-176.
625.    Morphology of the staminate flower and the development of male gametophytes in Elaeagnaceae Hippophae* rhamnoides Kondorskaya, V.R., Biol Nauk, 1967. 10((4)): p. 69-75.
626.    Some properties of bacteria from nodules of Hippophae rhamnoides Engl. summ. Kozlova, E.I., L.S. Badumyan, and M.V. Vendilo, Mikrobiologiya, 1966. 35((4)): p. 699-706.
627.    UBER DIE FLAVONOLGLYKOSIDE DER FURCHTE DES SANDORNS (HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES) Horhammer, L., H. Wagner, and E. Khalil, Lloydia, 1966. 29(3): p. 225-+.
628.    The Late Quaternary occurrence of Hippophae rhamnoides in southern Norway Engl. sum. Hafsten, U.L.F., Blyttia, 1966. 24((4)): p. 196-215.
629.    Observations on the cytology and variation of European and Asiatic populations of Hippophae rhamnoides Rousi, A., Ann Bot Fennici, 1965. 2((1)): p. 1-18.
630.    STUDY ON DIFFUSION OF ASCORBIC ACID FROM FRUITS INTO AMBIENT LIQUIDS ON EXAMPLE OF HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES Bogdansk.K and J. Janecki, Bulletin De L Academie Polonaise Des Sciences-Serie Des Sciences Biologiques, 1965. 13(9): p. 499-&.
631.    HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES L Pearson, M.C. and J.A. Rogers, Journal of Ecology, 1962. 50(2): p. 501-513.
632.    ONCOSTATIC FACTOR PRESENT IN BARK OF HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES Sokoloff, B., et al., Growth, 1961. 25(4): p. 401-&.
633.    A 5-hydroxytryptamine from Hippophae rhamnoides as an antitumor preparation in experiments on animals Pukhal'Skaya, E.C., M.F. Petrova, and G.P. Men'Shikov, Biull Eksptl Biol I Med [Transl], 1961. 50((10)): p. 1076-1080.
634.    Apreparation from Hippophae rhamnoides which inhibits growth of trans-planted tumors in animals Petrova, M.F.E.C. and G.I. Men' Shikov, Biul Eksperim Biol I Med [Transl], 1959. 47((2)): p. 236-239.
635.    Symbiosis in Hippophae rhamnoides Niewiarowska, J., Acta Microbiol Polon, 1959. 8((3/4)): p. 289-294.
636.    Fertilization of Hippophae rhamnoides Berkeley, C., Jour Roy Hort Soc, 1959. 84((12)): p. 546-546.
637.    Formation of root suckers in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoldes L.) Referat. Zhur., B., 1959, No. 62381. (Translation) Lyarskaya, R. P., Nauchn Dokl Vysshei Shkoly Biol Nauk, 1958. 2: p. 89-92.
638.    Hippophae rhamnoides in the British Isles Groves, E.W., Proc Bot Soc British Isles, 1958. 3((1)): p. 1-21.
639.    The nitrogen-nutrition of Hippophae rhamnoides Bond, G. and J. T. MacConnell, L Ann Bot, 1956. 20((79)): p. 501-512.
640.    Two new subspecies of H. rhamnoides Soest, J.L., Mitteil Floristisch Soziolog Arbeitsgemein, 1952. 3: p. 88-88.
641.    Investigations about the vitamine C of the buckthorn. Hippophae rhamnoides Braun, H., Zeitschr Vitamin Hormon U Fermentforsch, 1951. 4((1)): p. 60-68.
642.    H. rhamnoides from Tyrol as a plant with the highest vitamin C content Stocker, O., Zuchter, 1948. 19((1/3)): p. 9-13.
643.    Antiscorbutic activity of a mixture of fruits of R. canina and H. rhamnoides L Mascherpa, P. and P. Marangoni, Quaderni Della Nutrizione, 1947. 10((1)): p. 20-29.
644.    Fruits of Hippophae rhamnoides and their high vit. C. content Mascherpa, P. and P. Marangoni, Quaderni Della Nutrizione, 1947. 10((1)): p. 5-19.
645.    Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Sanddorn) als neues Zuchtungsobjekt. (H. rhamnoides as a new subject for plant breeding Darmer, G., Zuchter, 1947. 17/18((13/15)): p. 430-436.
646.    Investigations of the symbiosis of Alnus glutinosa, A.i.a.H.r.B., H., Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek Jour Microbiol Serol, 1943. 9((3/4)): p. 107-114.
647.    Keim- und Saat-versuche mit Sanddorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Rohmeder, E., Forst Wiss Centralbl, 1942. 64((11)): p. 241-245.
648.    Der Stranddorn oder Sanddorn. (Hippophae rhamnoides.) Anonymous, Naturschutz, 1942. 23: p. 20-21.
649.    The berry of H. rh., t.b.n.s.o.v.C.O., culture and utilization Hermann, B. The berry of H. rh., the best natural source of vitamin C. Occurrence, culture and utilization. 1941. 25p. Map, Illus.-25p. Map, Illus.

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