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  • Fires slow population declines of a long-lived prairie plant through multiple vital rates. [Journal Article]
    Oecologia. 2021 Jul; 196(3):679-691.Nordstrom SW, Dykstra AB, Wagenius S
  • In grasslands worldwide, modified fire cycles are accelerating herbaceous species extinctions. Fire may avert population declines by increasing survival, reproduction, or both. Survival and growth after fires may be promoted by removal of competitors or biomass and increasing resource availability. Fire-stimulated reproduction may also contribute to population growth through bolstered recruitment…
  • A systematic review of the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interactions of herbal medicine with warfarin. [Review]
    PLoS One. 2017; 12(8):e0182794.Choi S, Oh DS, Jerng UM
  • CONCLUSIONS: It was difficult to determine whether ten herbal medicines had significant effects on the PK-PD parameters of warfarin. Low quality of evidence, different compounds within and different compositions of the herbs, and methodological limitations of the crossover study, which is a clinical study in which subjects receive a sequence of different interventions, made it difficult to form conclusions. Additional studies that remedy these vulnerabilities are necessary to verify these results.
  • Common Herbal Dietary Supplement-Drug Interactions. [Review]
    Am Fam Physician. 2017 Jul 15; 96(2):101-107.Asher GN, Corbett AH, Hawke RL
  • Nearly 25% of U.S. adults report concurrently taking a prescription medication with a dietary supplement. Some supplements, such as St. John's wort and goldenseal, are known to cause clinically important drug interactions and should be avoided by most patients receiving any pharmacologic therapy. However, many other supplements are predicted to cause interactions based only on in vitro studies th…
  • Use of plant extracts as an efficient alternative therapy of respiratory tract infections. [Journal Article]
    Ceska Slov Farm. Fall 2016; 65(4):139-160.Šmejkal K, Rjašková V
  • Medicinal plants are advantageously used in the treatment of respiratory tract diseases. Upper respiratory tract catarrh is one of the diseases associated with seasonal weakening of immunity, and therefore, plant drugs with a non-specific immunomodulation effect are often used. Such plants include, but are not limited to, Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) and American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius). …
  • Treating cough and cold: Guidance for caregivers of children and youth. [Journal Article]
    Paediatr Child Health. 2011 Nov; 16(9):564-9.Goldman RD, Canadian Paediatric Society, Drug Therapy and Hazardous Substances Committee
  • Despite the widespread use of over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold medications (CCMs), the effectiveness of most CCMs has not been proven in children. A meta-analysis summarizing trials using OTC CCMs for viral-induced cough found no evidence for or against the use of OTC medicines in both paediatric and adult populations when cough frequency and severity, as well as physician assessments, were …
  • First Report of Leaf Spot of Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia fulgida) Caused by a Phoma sp. in Italy. [Journal Article]
    Plant Dis. 2010 Jun; 94(6):788.Garibaldi A, Bertetti D, … Gullino ML
  • Rudbeckia fulgida (orange coneflower) is an herbaceous species (Asteraceae) grown in full sun in flower beds and borders in gardens. In the summer of 2009, a previously unknown leaf spot was observed on R. fulgida plants in three private gardens located near Biella (northern Italy). Leaves of infected plants showed extensive and irregular, dark brown, necrotic lesions that were slightly sunken wi…
  • [Knowledge of perioperative risk associated with use of medicinal plants]. [Review]
    Rev Esp Anestesiol Reanim. 2009 Oct; 56(8):467-73.Muedra V, Moreno L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Medicinal plants are currently being used in our culture. In spite of appropriate warnings from such scientific bodies as the American Society of Anesthesiologists on timing the withdrawal of medicinal plants before surgery, our results indicate that the advice is not followed. We also found that physicians lacked knowledge of the indications for using these plants and their interactions, a situation which is alarming.
  • Identifying commercially relevant Echinacea species by AFLP molecular markers. [Journal Article]
    Genome. 2009 Nov; 52(11):912-8.Russi L, Moretti C, … Falistocco E
  • The rising interest in medicinal plants has brought several species of the genus Echinacea to the attention of many scientists. Echinacea angustifolia, E. pallida, and E. purpurea are the most important for their immunological properties, well known and widely used by the native Americans. The three species are easily distinguishable on the basis of their morphological characteristics, but it wou…
  • Drug-botanical interactions: a review of the laboratory, animal, and human data for 8 common botanicals. [Review]
    Integr Cancer Ther. 2009 Sep; 8(3):208-27.Shord SS, Shah K, Lukose A
  • Many Americans use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to prevent or alleviate common illnesses, and these medicines are commonly used by individuals with cancer.These medicines or botanicals share the same metabolic and transport proteins, including cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYP), glucuronosyltransferases (UGTs), and P-glycoprotein (Pgp), with over-the-counter and prescription medicines …
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