Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Kaempferia galanga

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[Total number of keywords: 818]

 

Kaempferia galanga (13), Medicinal plants (11), Zingiberaceae (11), Ethnobotany (9), Antioxidant activity (8), Culex quinquefasciatus (8), Rhizomes (7), Kaempferia (6), mosquito larvicide (6), Plant extracts (6), fumigation (5), Ocimum basilicum (5), Antioxidant (4), Contact toxicity (4), Essential oils (4), Ethyl p-methoxycinnamate (4), Housefly (4), Spices (4), Traditional knowledge (4), Acute toxicity (3), Aedes aegypti (3), Agrobiodiversity (3), Antibacterial activity (3), Cinnamic acid (3), Curcuma (3), Essential oil (3), Ethyl cinnamate (3), Folk medicine (3), Food composition (3), Inflammaging (3), Intercropping (3), larvicidal activity (3), Larvicide (3), nutrient content (3), Total phenolic content (3), Acanthamoeba castellanii (2), Acupuncture (2), Acute inflammation (2), aesthetic value (2), agroforestry (2), Ailanthus triphysa (2), Akupunktur (2), Algae (2), Alkaloid (2), Ammophila arenaria (2), Amoebicidal activity (2), animal models (2), Anopheles stephensi (2), Anti-fungal activity (2), Antiinflammatory activity (2), Antimycobacterial (2), Antioxidant capacity (2), Antioxidants (2), Antitubercular (2), Arecanut (2), Asparagus racemosus (2), Authentication (2), Bacopa monnieri (2), Biochemical parameters (2), Biomass equations (2), Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (2), Carbon sequestration (2), Chemical composition (2), Chemiluminescence (2), Chinese hotpot (2), Cocos nucifera (2), Cold water extract (2), Competitive agonism (2), Cultural importance (2), Curcuma alismatifolia (2), Cymbopogon flexuous (2), Cyst (2), Cytopathic effect (2), Daucus carota seeds extract (2), DNA damage (2), DPPH (2), dunes (2), Epilepsy (2), Ethnomedicine (2), Ethyl trans-p-methoxycinnamate (2), Eucalyptus globulus (2), extracellular matrix (ECM) (2), Extraction solvent (2), flavonoids (2), Foeniculum vulgare (2), Food analysis (2), Food-borne pathogens (2), FRAP (2), Frond development (2), Functional food (2), Gastroprotection (2), Globba winittii (2), Grevillea robusta (2), growth regulators (2), Gynecology (2), H1N1 (2), Hepatoprotection (2), Herbal medicine utilization (2), herbal medicines (2), herbal multicompound (2), Histology (2), Homegarden size (2), Hot water extract (2), Imidacloprid (2), Indonesia (2), Influenza A virus (2), Internet resource (2), K. galanga (2), Larvicidal (2), Leatherleaf fern (Rumohra adiantiformis) (2), Leaves (2), Lithothamnion calcareum (2), M. tuberculosis (2), malay (2), MAPs (2), Medical pluralism (2), Medicinal plant extracts (2), Medicinal spice (2), Melia azedarach (2), Mentha citrata (2), Mice (2), Microfluidics (2), Midgut (2), Multiplication (2), Murashige and Skoog medium (2), Naloxone (2), Natural products (2), Neonicotinoid (2), Neuraminidase activity (2), Non-competitive agonism (2), Non-opioid analgesics (2), Northeast India (2), Obesity (2), Obstetrics (2), Opioids (2), Oral (2), Organic photodetector (OPD) (2), Origanum laevigatum (2), Origanum syriacum (2), ornamental plants (2), Pain (2), Peptide (2), pflanzliches Vielstoffgemisch (2), phenolic compounds (2), phosphorus (2), phytotherapeutics (2), Phytotherapeutika (2), Piper longum (2), plant growth (2), plant species (2), Polyketide (2), Radical scavenging activity (2), rats (2), Rauvolfia serpentine (2), Raw vegetables (2), REMA (2), Repellent activity (2), restoration (2), Rhizome (2), Roselle (2), Seeds (2), Silymarin (2), Simple paper bridge (2), Species richness (2), Sporobolus virginicus (2), Subacute inflammation (2), Synergism (2), Tagetes patula (2), Tephrosia purpurea (2), Terpene (2), Thai Traditional Medicine (2), Thioacetamide (2), Tibetan Medicine (2), Tibetische Medizin (2), Total flavonoid content (2), Toxicological evaluation (2), Traditional Chinese medicines (2), trigger point (2), Triggerpunkt (2), Trophozoite (2), Vateria indica (2), Vetiveria zizanoides (2), Zizyphus jujuba (2), ×&#xa0 (1), 3-caren-5-one. (1), ABTS (1), acetins (1), Acetylcholinesterase (1), Acetylsalicylate acid (1), Acute and subacute toxicities in rats (1), acylated anthocyanins (1), adipates (1), Adipogenesis (1), Adipogenic shift (1), Ailanthus (1), Aini (1), Alkaloids (1), Alpinia (1), Alzheimer's disease (1), amino acids (1), aminobenzoates (1), Amomum (1), analgesic effects (1), Angiospermae (1), Animal toxicity (1), Antagonistic activity (1), Anti-allergic activity (1), Anticonvulsant activity (1), Anticonvulsants (1), Antifeedant (1), Anti-inflammatory compounds (1), antimicrobial activity (1), Antinociceptive activity (1), antinutritional factors (1), Antioxidant compounds (1), Antioxidant properties (1), anxiolytic effects (1), aorta (1), Araliaceae (1), Aromatherapy (1), Aromatic compounds (1), aromatic undergrowth - important part of plant (1), arousal (1), Asystasia (1), Asystasia gangetica (1), asystasia nemorum (1), Atractyloside (1), Attagenus unicolor japonicus (1), attention (1), Axillary bud multiplication (1), Ayurveda (1), azelates, benzoates (1), Balneotherapy (1), benzyladenine (1), Binding (1), Bioassay-guided isolation (1), Bioinsecticide (1), Biopesticides (1), Biotechnology (1), Blood parameters (1), Boesenbergia (1), botanical insecticide (1), Bovine serum albumin (1), Buergerisides (1), butylates (1), calcium (1), Callus induction (1), carbohydrate content (1), Cariogenic bacteria (1), Carrageenan (1), chemical analyses, from commercial producers of galangal oil (1), chemical concentration (1), chemical constituents of plants (1), chemotaxonomy. (1), Chiang Rai (1), Chronic toxicity (1), Chrysobalanaceae (1), cinnamates (1), Cinnamomum sp. (1), Circular dichroism (1), citrates (1), Citrus hystrix (1), Citrus reticulata (1), Clonal propagation (1), clones (1), commercial production of lesser galangal's volatile oil - limited information (1), Commercialization (1), competitive ability (1), Compound action potential (1), Conservation (1), Conventional propagation (1), Convulsions (1), Coptis chinensis (1), Cosmos (1), Cosmos caudatus (1), Costus (1), cpDNA (1), crop quality (1), crop yield (1), crystals of calcium oxalate (1), Cucurbits (1), Culex pipiens pallens (1), culture media (1), Curcuma roscoeana (1), Cyanogenic compounds (1), Cyclohexane epoxides (1), dementia (1), density (1), Dermal irritation test in rabbits (1), Dichloromethane (1), dichlorvos (1), Diels-Alder adduct (1), Dimorphandra mollis (1), dose response (1), DPPH radical scavenging (1), drug crops (1), Edema (1), Edible plants (1), Elettaria (1), endangered species (1), endothelium (1), esters (1), ethyl trans-cinnamate (1), eucarvone (1), evaluation (1), Excitotoxicity (1), extrazelluläre Matrix (ECM) (1), extrazelluläre Matrix (ECM) (1), fibers (1), Flavone (1), flower pigments (1), flowering (1), Fluorescence (1), fluorescence microscope (FM) (1), Folk remedies (1), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (1), free radical scavengers (1), fumarates (1), galangal - lesser (1), galangal oil constituents (1), Gamma irradiation (1), Gas chromatography analysis. (1), Gastrointestinal tract (1), Gender (1), genotype mixtures (1), Globba (1), Glucosidase (1), glutarates (1), glycerol acetates (1), glycolates (1), Glycyrrhiza uralensis (1), Growth inhibition (1), guppy fish (1), Hani (1), Hedychiurn (1), Herbalist healer (1), Hexane extract (1), Hill tribe (1), Home garden (1), household time-allocation (1), HPTLC (1), hydroxybenzoates (1), Hypothermia (1), In vitro (1), India (1), Indian medicinal plants (1), infant care patterns (1), infant feeding (1), infant illness (1), Inhibitory activity (1), insecticidal activity (1), interspecific (1), ion transport (1), Isolated nerve (1), itaconates (1), Jamu Gendong (1), Japanese black carpet beetle (1), Jatyadi Taila (1), K. galanga rhizome, yielding essential oil of around 1% - using a roller mill, and steam distillation (1), K. galangal, glabrous, perennial, aromatic herb - pleasing to the eye (1), Kaempferia galanga L (1), Kaempferia galanga L. (1), Kaempferia galangal, referred to somewhat erroneously as “lesser galanga” (1), Kaempferia parviflora (1), Kaempferia rotunda (1), Kaempferol (1), Keampferia galanga L. (1), Kielmeyera coriacea (1), Laminate pouch (1), Lawsonia inermis (1), leaf area index (1), Leaf explant (1), learning (1), lesser galangal, differs from greater galangal, Alpinia galanga and Kaempferia galanga (1), L-glutamate (1), light intensity (1), light transmission (1), Luffa cylindrica (1), Magnistipula butayei subsp. montana (1), Malaysian medicinal plants (1), maleates (1), malic acid (1), malonates (1), malonic acid (1), medicinal herbs (1), Medicinal plant (1), medicinal properties (1), memory (1), Mentha arvensis (1), Mentha&#xa0 (1), Mentha Ă— piperita (1), Mesenchymal stem cells (1), Methanol extract (1), Microbial contamination (1), micropropagation (1), microscopic features (1), mineral content (1), mixed cropping (1), Monoterpene (1), monoterpene ketone (1), Mosquito (1), mosquito larvi-cides (1), Multiple sequence alignment (1), Multiple shoots (1), multipurpose trees (1), Myanmar (1), naphthaleneacetic acid (1), natural additives (1), Natural insecticide (1), natural insecticides (1), NBS-LRRs (1), nematicidal properties (1), nematode control (1), Neuroprotective activity (1), neurotoxicity (1), nitric oxide (1), NO (1), Non-thermal and freeze-drying (1), nutrient availability (1), nutrient uptake (1), Ochlerotatus togoi (1), oil, light or greenish-brown mobile liquid - odor characteristic of rhizome, peppery and camphoraceous (1), Oleanane-type triterpene (1), Oleandrine (1), Ornamental ginger (1), Osteogenesis (1), oxalates (1), Padma 28 (1), parabens (1), PCR–RFLP (1), PGE2 (1), Phenolic antioxidants (1), Phenolics (1), Phenylpropanoids (1), phthalates (1), Phytochemicals of plant essential oils (1), Phytoestrogens (1), Phytotherapeutic (1), Phytotherapy (1), PIGE (1), Piper betle (1), piper sarmentosum (1), piperita (1), PIXE (1), plant competition (1), plant density (1), Plant hormones (1), plant morphology (1), plant nutrition (1), plant parasitic nematodes (1), Plant propagation (1), Plant regeneration (1), plant strata (1), Platelet-activating factor (PAF) (1), Poecilia reticulata (1), potassium (1), Prepared meals (1), Primary cultures of rat cortical cells (1), processed foods, oil the natural choice - freedom from contamination and ease of standardization (1), propionates (1), proximate composition (1), Qualea grandiflora (1), Quercus infectoria (1), rabbits (1), RBL-2H3 cells (1), relaxation (1), Repellents (1), Resistance gene candidates (1), rhizome of K. galanga - used in culinary practices of Southeast Asia (1), rhizome, used in culinary practices in Asia (1), rhizome, used in dishes in Bali – leaves, finely sliced and eaten as a salad in Malaysia (1), rhizosphere (1), rice weevil (1), root, originating on Hainan Island in Southern China - South China and exported from Shanghai (1), roots (1), safrole (1), Salicin (1), salicylates (1), Salmonella (1), Scrophularia buergeriana (1), Scrophulariaceae (1), sebacates (1), secretions (1), sedation (1), Sedative (1), Silver nitrate (1), skin irritation (1), sleep (1), smooth muscle (1), soil fertility (1), Somatic embryogenesis (1), Southeast Asia (1), Staphylococcus aureus (1), stone cells (1), stress (1), Structure (1), subacute toxicity (1), succinates (1), succinic acid (1), sucrose (1), sulfosuccinates (1), Sundanese (1), Syzygium aromaticum (1), Taxol (1), Tetrapanax papyriferus (1), Thailand's three southern border provinces (1), The Hippocratic screening test (1), Thermal (1), Thermotherapy (1), Tissue culture (1), Trace element (1), Traditional medicine (1), treatment-seeking (1), trimellitates (1), tropical and subtropical horticulture (1), type of galangal plant - used in South and Southeast Asia, in cookery and medicine (1), Tyrosinase inhibition activity (1), understory (1), Vateria (1), vessels (1), Vibrio (1), Vietnam (1), Vochysiaceae (1), volatile compounds (1), volatile oil and resinous component - containing nonvolatile fractions, galangal, galangin and kaempferid (1), West Java (1), Wound healing, Pharmacokinetic study (1), Wound Healing, Pharmacokinetic Study, Jatyadi Taila, HPTLC. (1), Xishuangbanna (1), Zanthoxylum piperitum (1), Zeylenol (1), Zingiber (1), Zingiber zerumbet (1), Zingiberaceae sp. (1)

 

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