Regular ingestion of Eupatorium adenophorum [Ageratina adenophora Spreng. The disease is characterized by pulmonary interstitial fibrosis, emphysema, alveolar epithelisation and reduced tolerance to exercise. Horses apparently are the only animals affected and there are numerous reports of farms losing all their horses. The disorder was produced experimentally in horse feeding trials, and it was shown that characteristic lesions occurred in the lungs.
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Oils extracted from the leaves of Eupatorium adenophorum were tested in vitro and in vivo against the soilborne pathogen Pythium myriotylum which causes soft rot, a devastating disease of commercial ginger production in China. Twelve compounds accounting for Antifungal activity was tested by the poisoned food technique against P. In addition, the oil extracts greatly inhibited the formation of both wet and dry mycelial biomass. The combination of E. The synergistic effect of oil extracts with fungicides could allow fungicides to be used at reduced rates in the future which has environmental advantages. Examination by light and transmission electron microscopy revealed that oil extracts caused swelling of the hyphae, disruption of the cell wall, degradation of the cytoplasmic organelles and shortening of the cytoplasmic inclusion.
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Ageratina adenophora , commonly known as crofton weed or sticky snakeroot , is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family native to Mexico and Central America. Originally grown as an ornamental plant , it has become invasive into farmland and bushland worldwide. It is toxic to horses, who develop respiratory disease after eating it. Ageratina adenophora is known by many common names, including eupatory, sticky snakeroot, crofton weed, and Mexican devil. Eupatorium adenophorum is a synonym.
Search for a novel anti-inflammatory agent from a herbal source, such as Eupatorium adenophorum Spreng. Inflammation causes tissue destruction and development of diseases such as asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, and so forth. The ethanolic leaf extract of E. EEA can effectively inhibit DTH reaction and bring back normalcy to the paw much earlier than the controls.