Barrag wuigh

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Barrag wuigh
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Barragyn bwuigh


Rang oaylleeagh
Reeriaght: Plantae
Rheynn: Magnoliophyta
Rang: Magnoliopsida
Oardagh: Ranunculales
Kynney: Papaveraceae
Genus: Glaucium
Dooie: G. flavum
Ennym daa-ennymagh
Glaucium flavum
Crantz


She lus jesheenagh ee barragh wuigh (Glaucium flavum). Ta rassyn yn-ee eck.[1]

T'ee dooghyssagh da'n Europey heear. T'ee er ny jannoo dooie da America Hwoaie myrgeddin, as she sarkyl t'ayn ayns shen.

Ymmyd[reagh]

Ta'n alkaloyd glauseen ayns Glaucium flavum.[2] Ta bree lheanaghey scowan as noi-loshtaght echey, liorish lhiettal phosphodiesterase as dooney keyllys chelkium,[3] as ta ymmyd jeant jeu myr medshin cassaght ayns kuse dy heeraghyn. [4] Foddee eh cur co-eiyrtyssyn ort, as adsyn goaill stiagh kuinaghey, neuvioyrid as branlaadee reayrtagh.[5][6] Ta feanish ayn jeu myr druggey-soccar.[7]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Mears, R.; Hillman, G. C. (2007). Wild food. Hodder & Stoughton.
  2. G.B. Lapa; O.P. Sheichenko; A.G. Serezhechkin; O.N. Tolkachev (Mee Luanistyn 2004). "HPLC Determination of Glaucine in Yellow Horn Poppy Grass (Glaucium flavum Crantz)" (Baarle). Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal 38 (1): 441–442. doi:10.1023/B:PHAC.0000048907.58847.c6. ISSN 0091-150X. Feddynit er 2009-06-14. “S-(+)-Glaucine (C21H25NO4) is the main alkaloid component in the grass of yellow horn poppy (Glaucium luteum L., syn. Glaucium flavum Crantz) of the Papaveraceae family” 
  3. Cortijo J; Villagrasa V, Pons R, Berto L, Martí-Cabrera M, Martinez-Losa M, Domenech T, Beleta J, Morcillo EJ (Mee Launistyn 1999). "Bronchodilator and anti-inflammatory activities of glaucine: In vitro studies in human airway smooth muscle and polymorphonuclear leukocytes" (Baarle). British Journal of Pharmacology 127 (7): 1641-51. PMID 10455321. 
  4. Rühle KH; Criscuolo D, Dieterich HA, Köhler D, Riedel G (Mee ny Boaldyn 1984). "Objective evaluation of dextromethorphan and glaucine as antitussive agents" (Baarle). British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 17 (5): 521-4. PMID 6375709. 
  5. Rovinskiĭ VI (Mean Fouyir 1989). "A case of hallucinogen-like action of glaucine." (Rooshish). Klinicheskaia Meditsina (Mosk) 67 (9): 107-8. PMID 2586025. 
  6. Rovinskiĭ VI (2006). "Acute glaucine syndrome in the physician's practice: the clinical picture and potential danger.". Klinicheskaia Meditsina (Mosk) 84 (11): 68-70. PMID 17243616. 
  7. Dargan PI; Button J, Hawkins L, Archer JR, Ovaska H, Lidder S, Ramsey J, Holt DW, Wood DM (Mee ny Boaldyn 2008). "Detection of the pharmaceutical agent glaucine as a recreational drug". European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 64 (5): 553-4. PMID 18204834. 
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