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Cannabinoid-free Cannabis sativa L. grown in the Po valley: evaluation of fatty acid profile, antioxidant capacity and metabolic content.

nutraceutical production, investigation on locally grown plants has been performed, in order to assess their oil and metabolic content. This study provides useful information regarding three different hemp cultivars, from two sites, in view of their potential industrial application. The oil was characterised by a high unsaturated/saturated fatty acid ratio and by an almost perfect balance of ω-3 and ω-6 fatty acids, as requested for healthy foods. The alcoholic extracts, for which a high content of amino acids and phenolic compounds has been highlighted, could provide dietary supplements to help in preventing oxidative stress. By investigating the Carmagnola cultivar, six known and four new lignanamides have been identified, confirming and assessing the general metabolic pattern in the seeds of these locally grown plants.

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Annunaki Cannabis Seeds | DNA Genetics

Annunaki Cannabis Seeds | DNA Genetics | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it
Annunaki is a cross of a Northern California Hash Plant and Cannalope Haze, a superb cannabis sativa dominant hash maker from DNA Genetics Seeds.

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Sativa, Indica sowie Ruderalis Hybrid Cannabis Samen

Sativa, Indica sowie Ruderalis Hybrid Cannabis Samen | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it

Sind Marihuana Samen berechtigt oder mache ich mich beim Erwerb illegal?


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Benin - World's 1st Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana) Coin - 100 CFA - 2010 - Proof Colored Crown - COA

Benin - World's 1st Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana) Coin - 100 CFA - 2010 - Proof Colored Crown - COA | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it
Benin - World's 1st Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana) Coin - 100 CFA - 2010 - Proof Colored Crown - COA All Products Coins World Coins Black Mountain Coins (RT @BradleyJ34: The world's first C.

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Complete sequence of a cryptic virus from hemp (Cannabis sativa)

Complete sequence of a cryptic virus from hemp (Cannabis sativa) | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it

ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
Volume 157, Number 2, 383-385

 

Hemp (Cannabis sativa) was found to be a useful propagation host for hop latent virus, a carlavirus. However, when virus preparations were analysed by electron microscopy, along with the expected filamentous particles, spherical particles with a diameter of around 34 nm were found. RNA from virus preparations was purified, and cDNA was prepared and cloned. Sequence information was used to search databases, and the greatest similarity was found with Primula malacoides virus 1, a putative new member of the genus Partitivirus. The full sequences of RNA 1 and RNA 2 of this new hemp cryptic virus were obtained.

 

Hey, man...this weed's like, cryptic, man...B-)

Can we now expect Cannabis mosaic, Cannabis leaf curl, Cannabis mild mottle and Cannabis reality distortion viruses?


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Eigenschaften verschiedener Marihuana Samen Gattungen

Eigenschaften verschiedener Marihuana Samen Gattungen | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it

Cannabis Samen verfügen über 3 Haupt-Gattungen als Herkunft. Ganja Sativa, Indica und Ruderalis. Genaue Schilderung zu diesen über Provenienz und Merkmalen.


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Mediwiet vaak nog onbekend bij artsen

Cannabis in de apotheek Nederland. Deze video is van 2003. zouden hun artsen ondertussen al iets wijzer zijn geworden? In ieder geval erkennen ze al een tijd dat cannabis medicinale eigenschappen...

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Cannabinoid-free Cannabis sativa L. grown in the Po valley: evaluation of fatty acid profile, antioxidant capacity and metabolic content.

nutraceutical production, investigation on locally grown plants has been performed, in order to assess their oil and metabolic content. This study provides useful information regarding three different hemp cultivars, from two sites, in view of their potential industrial application. The oil was characterised by a high unsaturated/saturated fatty acid ratio and by an almost perfect balance of ω-3 and ω-6 fatty acids, as requested for healthy foods. The alcoholic extracts, for which a high content of amino acids and phenolic compounds has been highlighted, could provide dietary supplements to help in preventing oxidative stress. By investigating the Carmagnola cultivar, six known and four new lignanamides have been identified, confirming and assessing the general metabolic pattern in the seeds of these locally grown plants.
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Cannabis Ruderalis Revealed - THC Geek

Cannabis Ruderalis Revealed - THC Geek | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it

When most folks think of cannabis they think of two strains, indica & sativa. However, there is a third type of cannabis, cannabis ruderalis. Ruderalis is..


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Mobile DNA | Abstract | Tc1-like transposable elements in plant genomes

Background

The Tc1/mariner superfamily of transposable elements (TEs) is widespread in animal genomes. Mariner-like elements, which bear a DD34D triad catalytic motif, have been identified in a wide range of flowering plant species. However, as the founding member of the superfamily, Tc1-like elements that bear a DD34E triad catalytic motif are only known to unikonts (animals, fungi, and Entamoeba).

Results

Here we report the identification of Tc1-like elements (TLEs) in plant genomes. These elements bear the four terminal nucleotides and the characteristic DD34E triad motif of Tc1 element. The two TLE families (PpTc1, PpTc2) identified in the moss (Physcomitrella patens) genome contain highly similar copies. Multiple copies of PpTc1 are actively transcribed and the transcripts encode intact full length transposase coding sequences. TLEs are also found in angiosperm genome sequence databases of rice (Oryza sativa), dwarf birch (Betula nana), cabbage (Brassica rapa), hemp (Cannabis sativa), barley (Hordium valgare), lettuce (Lactuta sativa), poplar (Populus trichocarpa), pear (Pyrus x bretschneideri), and wheat (Triticum urartu).

Conclusions

This study extends the occurrence of TLEs to the plant phylum. The elements in the moss genome have amplified recently and may still be capable of transposition. The TLEs are also present in angiosperm genomes, but apparently much less abundant than in moss.

 The Tc1/mariner superfamily of transposable elements (TEs) is widespread in animal genomes. Mariner-like elements, which bear a DD34D triad catalytic motif, have been identified in a wide range of flowering plant species. However, as the founding member of the superfamily, Tc1-like elements that bear a DD34E triad catalytic motif are only known to unikonts (animals, fungi, and Entamoeba).

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Biswapriya Biswavas Misra's curator insight, June 4, 2014 10:26 PM
Background

The Tc1/mariner superfamily of transposable elements (TEs) is widespread in animal genomes. Mariner-like elements, which bear a DD34D triad catalytic motif, have been identified in a wide range of flowering plant species. However, as the founding member of the superfamily, Tc1-like elements that bear a DD34E triad catalytic motif are only known to unikonts (animals, fungi, and Entamoeba).

Results

Here we report the identification of Tc1-like elements (TLEs) in plant genomes. These elements bear the four terminal nucleotides and the characteristic DD34E triad motif of Tc1 element. The two TLE families (PpTc1, PpTc2) identified in the moss (Physcomitrella patens) genome contain highly similar copies. Multiple copies of PpTc1 are actively transcribed and the transcripts encode intact full length transposase coding sequences. TLEs are also found in angiosperm genome sequence databases of rice (Oryza sativa), dwarf birch (Betula nana), cabbage (Brassica rapa), hemp (Cannabis sativa), barley (Hordium valgare), lettuce (Lactuta sativa), poplar (Populus trichocarpa), pear (Pyrus x bretschneideri), and wheat (Triticum urartu).

Conclusions

This study extends the occurrence of TLEs to the plant phylum. The elements in the moss genome have amplified recently and may still be capable of transposition. The TLEs are also present in angiosperm genomes, but apparently much less abundant than in moss.

 
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How Weed Works: THC

Hank explains the science behind the effects of that wackiest of weeds, cannabis sativa - aka marijuana. Like SciShow on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sc...

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How hemp got high: Canadian scientists map the cannabis genome

A team of Canadian researchers has sequenced the genome of Cannabis sativa, the plant that produces both industrial hemp and marijuana, and in the process revealed the genetic changes that led to the plant's drug-producing properties.

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Definitions of Industrial Hemp, Cannabis Sativa, Marijuana, Marihuana

Definitions of Industrial Hemp, Cannabis Sativa, Marijuana, Marihuana | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it
Cannabis Sativa is the genus and species, scientific name for the plant variety. There are many breeds of Cannabis Sativa, like dog breeds. Hemp refers to the industrial use of the stalk and seed.

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Genome Biology | Full text | The draft genome and transcriptome of Cannabis sativa

Cannabis sativa has been cultivated throughout human history as a source of fiber, oil and food, and for its medicinal and intoxicating properties.

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Medical Marijuana Deal Reached For New York

Medical Marijuana Deal Reached For New York | Cannabis Biosynthesis | Scoop.it
New York finally reached a deal for medical marijuana. (MEDICAL MARIJUANA IS COMING TO NEW YORK. http://t.co/NGof654wAQ)

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