SCHIMA

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SCHIMASouth Carolina Health Information Management Association
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Abdulah, "Antiplasmodial properties of kaempferol-3-O-rhamnoside isolated from the leaves of Schima wallichii against chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum," Biomedical Reports, vol.
Current sources of prebiotics include cereals, such as wheat and barley, soybeans, chicory, sago starch (Schima et al., 2012).
(2014) Antiplasmodial properties of kaempferol-3-O-rhamnoside isolated from the leaves of Schima wallichii against chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum.
At the same time, concern over aspects of the [sup.209]Po decay scheme led to investigations by Schima and Colle [10] on the branching ratios for alph[alpha]-particle decay to [sup.205]Pb and the electron capture (EC) decay to [sup.209]Bi, and the photonic emission probabilities per decay for the x-ray transitions accompanying the EC branch.
However, for treatment of asthma, 50g whole plant of Withania somnifera was mixed with 20g leaves of Adhatoda vasica, 10g leaves of Achyranthes aspera, 20g leaves of Schima wallichii, 15g fruits of Vitis vinifera, and 15g roots of Abrus precatorius.
The dominant species are Castanopsis chinensis (Spreng.) Hance, Pinus massoniana, and Schima superba Gardner et Champ.
Ecoregion II is covered by monsoon evergreen broad-leaved forests dominated by Schima wallichii Choisy, Castanopsis delavayi Franch, and small areas of Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon forest, while ecoregion III is dominated by evergreen Quercus Linn.
Schima, "ERT monitoring of environmental remediation processes," Measurement Science and Technology, vol.