ARECA


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Related to ARECA: Areca catechu, areca nut
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ARECAAgricultural Research and Extension Council of Alberta (Canada)
ARECAAlaska Rural Electric Cooperative Association
ARECAAtelier Rectification Culasses d'Aquitaine (French: Grinding Cylinder Heads Workshop of Aquitaine; Aquitaine, France)
ARECAAnimal Referral Emergency Center of Arizona (Mesa, AZ)
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Antidepressant effects of ethanol extract of Areca catechu in rodents.
Adhvaryu, "In vitro genotoxic effects of areca nut extract and arecoline," Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, vol.
Areca nut is highly addictive and chronic use leads to Sub mucus fibrosis and OSCC due to its mutagenic and genotoxic effects mediated by areca nut alkaloids and free radicals.
The primary outcome of the study was to compare the efficacy by the % reduction of EPG in each group with treated with Mebendazole, Areca catechu and TTHF medicine.
People roll small pieces of the nut from Areca catechu, more commonly called betel palm, in a leaf from the Piper betel vine, then add powdered slaked lime or limestone paste, and chew it.
Reactive oxygen species are generated in the oral cavity during chewing betel quid (areca nut) which is rich in Fe2+ and Cu2+ and raised tissue copper levels have demonstrated in oral submucous fibrosis tissues.
Widespread deforestation and increase in plantations especially of rubber, cocoa and areca nut contributed to the rapid spread of tiger mosquito in Kerala.
CRISIL believes that TUMCOS will continue to benefit from its established procurement base in the areca nut business.
Though largely consisting of the ingredient areca nut (the seed of the Areca catechu palm), the common additive betel leaf (from the Piper betle plant) has led to the mixture's current labeling.
Lacy fronds from a small areca palm Younger picked up at a home improvement store decorate the table and all four corners of the shady, striped umbrella.