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  • Growth and biomass allocation of sweet flag (Acorus calamus L.) under different nutrient conditions
    Hydrobiologia, 2004
    Co-Authors: Lenka Vojtíšková, Edita Munzarová, Olga Votrubová, Alena Řihová, Barbora Juřicová
    Abstract:

    The antropogenically-induced process of eutrophication is accompanied by changes in the structure and function of the whole wetland ecosystem. Since the shift in a species ability to survive in original habitats is a commonly observed feature, the performance of individual wetland plants under high nutrient load is of a particular interest. Acorus calamus is a common littoral plant species of the European wetlands, which are characteristic by high trophic status. The effect of nutrients (N, P) per se, as a key part of the complex eutrophication process on the growth, biomass allocation, and biometric characteristics of Acorus calamus, is the main aim of the study. The study follows the effects of different levels of phosphorus (0.5 and 1.5 mM) and nitrogen (1.87; 7.5 and 18.5 mM), likewise the effect of NH4+ and NO3− form, on the growth of Acorus. Special attention is dedicated to the growth of underground organs, particularly roots, because of their direct contact with the flooded substrate.

Silalahi Marina – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • SENYAWA BIOAKTIF PADA Acorus CALAMUS (L.) DAN PEMANFAATANNYA SEBAGAI OBAT KANKER DAN ANTIMIKROBA
    'UKI Press', 2018
    Co-Authors: Silalahi Marina
    Abstract:

    ABSTRACT Jerango (Acorus calamus L.) or also known as the sweet flag is a species in the Acoraceae which used as medicine. This article aims to reveal the relationship of secondary metabolites contained of the A. calamus with its use as a cure for cancer and anti microbial. This article is based on offline and online media literature. Offline literature used the books, whereas online media used Web, Scopus, Pubmed, and scientific journals. Acorus calamus is an aromatic plant containing the essential oils, especially asarone. The local community Indonesian has long been exploited the Acorus calamus to cure fever, malnutrition, and postpartum mothers. The essential oil of the A. calamus inhibits of microbial growth (bacteria, fungi and yeasts) and inhibits cell growth. The A. calamus is potentially developed as a cancer drug, but its toxicity needs to be further investigated.Key Words: Acorus calamus, asaron, anti cancer, anti microbial. ABSTRAK Jerango (Acorus calamus L.) atau yang dikenal juga sebagai sweet flag merupakan salah jenis dalam famili Acoraceae yang dimanfaatkan sebagai obat. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mengungkapkan hubungan metabolit sekunder yang dikandung A. calamus denga pemanfaatannya sebagai obat kanker dan anti mikroba. This article is based on literature offline and online media. Offline literature used the books, whereas online media used Web, Scopus, Pubmed, and scientific journals. Acorus calamus merupakan tumbuhan aromatik yang mengandung essensial oil, khususnya asaron. Masyarakat lokal Indonesia Acorus calamus telah lama dimanfaatkan masyarakat lokal Indonesia sebagai obat demam, malnutrisi dan obat ibu pasca melahirkan. Essensial oil A. calamus menghambat pertumbuhan mikroba (bakteri, jamur dan khamir) dan menghambat pertumbuhan sel. Acorus calamus sangat potensial dikembangkan sebagai obat kanker, namun toksisitasnya perlu diteliti lebih lanjut.Kata Kunci: Acorus calamus, asaron, anti kanker, anti mikrob

  • Senyawa Bioaktif Pada Acorus Calamus (L.) Dan Pemanfaatannya Sebagai Obat Kanker Dan Antimikroba
    Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Kristen Indonesia, 2018
    Co-Authors: Silalahi Marina
    Abstract:

    Jerango (Acorus calamus L.) or also known as the sweet flag is a species in the Acoraceae which used as medicine. This article aims to reveal the relationship of secondary metabolites contained of the A. calamus with its use as a cure for cancer and anti microbial. This article is based on offline and online media literature. Offline literature used the books, whereas online media used Web, Scopus, Pubmed, and scientific journals. Acorus calamus is an aromatic plant containing the essential oils, especially asarone. The local community Indonesian has long been exploited the Acorus calamus to cure fever, malnutrition, and postpartum mothers. The essential oil of the A. calamus inhibits of microbial growth (bacteria, fungi and yeasts) and inhibits cell growth. The A. calamus is potentially developed as a cancer drug, but its toxicity needs to be further investigated

Lenka Vojtíšková – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Growth and biomass allocation of sweet flag (Acorus calamus L.) under different nutrient conditions
    Hydrobiologia, 2004
    Co-Authors: Lenka Vojtíšková, Edita Munzarová, Olga Votrubová, Alena Řihová, Barbora Juřicová
    Abstract:

    The antropogenically-induced process of eutrophication is accompanied by changes in the structure and function of the whole wetland ecosystem. Since the shift in a species ability to survive in original habitats is a commonly observed feature, the performance of individual wetland plants under high nutrient load is of a particular interest. Acorus calamus is a common littoral plant species of the European wetlands, which are characteristic by high trophic status. The effect of nutrients (N, P) per se, as a key part of the complex eutrophication process on the growth, biomass allocation, and biometric characteristics of Acorus calamus, is the main aim of the study. The study follows the effects of different levels of phosphorus (0.5 and 1.5 mM) and nitrogen (1.87; 7.5 and 18.5 mM), likewise the effect of NH4+ and NO3− form, on the growth of Acorus. Special attention is dedicated to the growth of underground organs, particularly roots, because of their direct contact with the flooded substrate.

Alena Řihová – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Growth and biomass allocation of sweet flag (Acorus calamus L.) under different nutrient conditions
    Hydrobiologia, 2004
    Co-Authors: Lenka Vojtíšková, Edita Munzarová, Olga Votrubová, Alena Řihová, Barbora Juřicová
    Abstract:

    The antropogenically-induced process of eutrophication is accompanied by changes in the structure and function of the whole wetland ecosystem. Since the shift in a species ability to survive in original habitats is a commonly observed feature, the performance of individual wetland plants under high nutrient load is of a particular interest. Acorus calamus is a common littoral plant species of the European wetlands, which are characteristic by high trophic status. The effect of nutrients (N, P) per se, as a key part of the complex eutrophication process on the growth, biomass allocation, and biometric characteristics of Acorus calamus, is the main aim of the study. The study follows the effects of different levels of phosphorus (0.5 and 1.5 mM) and nitrogen (1.87; 7.5 and 18.5 mM), likewise the effect of NH4+ and NO3− form, on the growth of Acorus. Special attention is dedicated to the growth of underground organs, particularly roots, because of their direct contact with the flooded substrate.

Olga Votrubová – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Growth and biomass allocation of sweet flag (Acorus calamus L.) under different nutrient conditions
    Hydrobiologia, 2004
    Co-Authors: Lenka Vojtíšková, Edita Munzarová, Olga Votrubová, Alena Řihová, Barbora Juřicová
    Abstract:

    The antropogenically-induced process of eutrophication is accompanied by changes in the structure and function of the whole wetland ecosystem. Since the shift in a species ability to survive in original habitats is a commonly observed feature, the performance of individual wetland plants under high nutrient load is of a particular interest. Acorus calamus is a common littoral plant species of the European wetlands, which are characteristic by high trophic status. The effect of nutrients (N, P) per se, as a key part of the complex eutrophication process on the growth, biomass allocation, and biometric characteristics of Acorus calamus, is the main aim of the study. The study follows the effects of different levels of phosphorus (0.5 and 1.5 mM) and nitrogen (1.87; 7.5 and 18.5 mM), likewise the effect of NH4+ and NO3− form, on the growth of Acorus. Special attention is dedicated to the growth of underground organs, particularly roots, because of their direct contact with the flooded substrate.