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HASIL PENELITIAN PERTANIAN


KOMODITAS TEH

2010

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BIBLIOGRAFI
HASIL PENELITIAN PERTANIAN
KOMODITAS TEH

Pengarah : Dr. Gatot Irianto, M.Sc

Penanggung jawab : Ir. Ning Pribadi, M.Sc.

Penyusun : Siti Rochanah, B.A.


Hendrawaty, S.Sos
Ayi Mugiarti, A.Md.

Penyunting : Ir. Heryati Suryantini, M.Si.


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DAFTAR ISI

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2005
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ScienceDirect ................................................................................. 97

Indeks Subjek ......................................................................................... 99

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2005

EBSCO

1. Addition of milk does not alter the antioxidant activity of black


tea/ Reddy VC …[et al.]
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism [Ann Nutr Metab], ISSN:
0250-6807, 2005 May-Jun; Vol. 49 (3), p. 189-195
Keywords:Antioxidants; Metabolism; Catechin; Blood; Milk;
Black tea

2. Arsenic, cadmium, chromium, cobalt, and copper in different


types of Chinese tea/ Han WY …[et al.]
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2005 Aug; Vol. 75
(2), p. 272-277
Keywords:Arsenic; Chromium; Cobalt; Copper; Food
Contamination; Tea

3. Associations between black tea and coffee consumption and risk


of lung cancer among current and former smokers/ Baker JA …[et
al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2005; Vol.
52 (1), p. 15-21
Keywords: Coffee; Lung neoplasms; Epidemiology; Black tea

4. Camellia sinensis: historical perspectives and future prospects/


Patel SH
Journal of Agromedicine [J Agromedicine], ISSN: 1059-924X,
2005; Vol. 10 (2), p. 57-64
Keywords: Agriculture methods; Camellia sinensis; growth

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5. Coffee, tea and diabetes: the role of weight loss and caffeine/
Greenberg JA …[et al.]
International Journal of Obesity (2005) [Int J Obes (Lond)], ISSN:
0307-0565, 2005 Sep; Vol. 29 (9), p. 1121-1129
Keywords:Caffeine; Dosage; Coffee; Diabetes mellitus; Tea;
Weight loss

6. Comparison of the antioxidant activity of roasted tea with green,


oolong, and black teas/ Satoh E, Tohyama N, Nishimura M
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition [Int J Food
Sci Nutr], ISSN: 0963-7486, 2005 Dec; Vol. 56 (8), p. 551-559
Keywords: Antioxidants; Pharmacology; Tea

7. CoQ9 potentiates green tea antioxidant activities in Wistar rats/


Afzal M, Safer AM, Al-Bloushi S
Biofactors [Biofactors], ISSN: 0951-6433, 2005; Vol. 25 (1-4), p.
255-259
Keywords: Antioxidants; Camellia sinensis; Oxidative stress;
Drug effects; Plant extracts; Green tea;
Ubiquinone; Pharmacology

8. Double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial of green tea extracts in


the clinical and histologic appearance of photoaging skin/ Chiu
AE …[et al.]
Dermatologic Surgery: Official Publication for American Society
for Dermatologic Surgery [Et Al.] [Dermatol Surg], ISSN: 1076-
0512, 2005 Jul; Vol. 31 (7 Pt 2), p. 855-860
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Phototherapy; Skin aging; Green
tea; Plant extracts; Drug effects

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9. Effect of an herbal supplement containing black tea and caffeine
on metabolic parameters in humans/ Roberts AT …[et al.]
Alternative Medicine Review: a Journal of Clinical Therapeutic
[Altern Med Rev], ISSN: 1089-5159, 2005 Dec; Vol. 10 (4), p.
321-325
Keywords:Caffeine; Camellia sinensis; Metabolism; Drug
effects; Plant preparations; Pharmacology;
Thermogenesis; Black tea

10. Effect of green tea decoction on long-term iron, zinc and selenium
status of rats/ Hamdaoui MH …[et al.]
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism [Ann Nutr Metab], ISSN: 0250-
6807, 2005 Mar-Apr; Vol. 49 (2), p. 118-124
Keywords:Iron; Nutritional status; Drug effects; Selenium
blood; Green tea; Zinc; Metabolism

11. Effect of long-term oral administration of green tea extract on


weight gain and glucose tolerance in Zucker diabetic (ZDF) rats/
Janle EM …[et al.]
Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy [J Herb Pharmacother],
ISSN: 1522-8940, 2005; Vol. 5 (3), p. 55-65
Keywords:Body weight; Drug effects; Catechin; Diabetes
mellitus; Glucose; Hypoglycemic agents; Green tea

12. Effect of polymeric black tea polyphenols on benzo(a)pyrene


[B(a)P]-induced cytochrome P4501A1 and 1A2 in mice/ Krishnan
R, Raghunathan R, Maru GB
Xenobiotica; The Fate of Foreign Compounds in Biological
Systems [Xenobiotica], ISSN: 0049-8254, 2005 Jul; Vol. 35 (7), p.
671-682
Keywords:Cytochrome; Metabolism; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Plant extracts; Dosage; Black tea

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13. Effects of green tea ingestion over four weeks on atherosclerotic
markers/ Sung H …[et al.}
Annals of Clinical Biochemistry [Ann Clin Biochem], ISSN: 0004-
5632, 2005 Jul; Vol. 42 (Pt 4), p. 292-297
Keywords:Antioxidants; Pharmacology; Arteriosclerosis;
Green tea

14. Effects of medicinal herb tea on the smoking cessation and


reducing smoking withdrawal symptoms/ Lee HJ, Lee JH
American Journal of Chinese Medicine [Am J Chin Med], ISSN:
0192-415X, 2005; Vol. 33 (1), p. 127-138
Keywords:Antioxidants; Dosage; Beverages; Drugs;
Withdrawal syndrome

15. EGCG, a major component of green tea, inhibits VEGF


production by swine granulosa cells/ Basini G, Bianco F, Grasselli
Biofactors [Biofactors], ISSN: 0951-6433, 2005; Vol. 23 (1), p.
25-33
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Catechin; Granulosa cells;
Green tea; Swine

16. Ethyl acetate extract from black tea prevents neuromuscular


blockade by botulinum neurotoxin type A in vitro/ Satoh E
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition [Int J Food
Sci Nutr], ISSN: 0963-7486, 2005 Dec; Vol. 56 (8), p. 543-550
Keywords:Acetates; Botulinum; Neuromuscular agents;
Neuromuscular junction; Drug effects; Black tea

17. Genetics of tea and coffee drinking and preference for source of
caffeine in a large community sample of Australian twins/ Luciano
M …[et al.]
Addiction [Addiction], ISSN: 0965-2140, 2005 Oct; Vol. 100
(10), p. 1510-1517
Keywords: Caffeine; Dosage; Coffee; Drinking behavior; Tea

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18. Green tea catechin enhances osteogenesis in a bone marrow
mesenchymal stem cell line/ Chen CH …[et al.]
Osteoporosis International: a Journal established as result of
cooperation between The European Foundation for Osteoporosis
and The National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA
[Osteoporos Int], ISSN: 0937-941X, 2005 Dec; Vol. 16 (12), p.
2039-2045
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Catechin analogs; Osteogenesis;
Drug effects; Plant extracts; Green tea

19. Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate induces


neurorescue of long-term serum-deprived PC12 cells and
promotes neurite outgrowth/ Reznichenko L …[et al.]
Journal of Neurochemistry [J Neurochem], ISSN: 0022-3042,
2005 Jun; Vol. 93 (5), p. 1157-1167
Keywords:Catechin; Culture media; Flavonoids;
Neuroprotective agents; Drug effects; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Green tea

20. Green tea polyphenol extract attenuates colon injury induced by


experimental colitis/ Mazzon E …[et al.]
Free Radical Research [Free Radic Res], ISSN: 1071-5762, 2005
Sep; Vol. 39 (9), p. 1017-1025
Keywords:Colitis; Drug effects; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Phytotherapy; Green tea

21. Green tea polyphenol extract attenuates ischemia/reperfusion


injury of the gut/ Muià C …[et al.]
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology [Naunyn
Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol], ISSN: 0028-1298, 2005 May;
Vol. 371 (5), p. 364-374
Keywords:Antioxidants ; Catechin analogs; Flavonoids;
Phenols; Plant extracts; Pharmacology;
Reperfusion; Drug therapy; Splanchnic circulation;
Drug effects; Green tea

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22. Green tea polyphenols modulate secretion of urokinase
plasminogen activator (UPA) and inhibit invasive behavior of
breast cancer cells/ Slivova V …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2005; Vol.
52 (1), p. 66-73
Keywords: Breast neoplasms; Cell adhesion; Drug effects; Cell
movement; Flavonoids; Phenols; Pharmacology;
Green tea

23. Heteroactivation of cytochrome P450 1A1 by teas and tea


polyphenols/ Anger DL, Petre MA, Crankshaw DJ
British Journal of Pharmacology [Br J Pharmacol], ISSN: 0007-
1188, 2005 Aug; Vol. 145 (7), p. 926-933
Keywords:Cytochrome; Flavonoids; Pharmacology; Liver;
Drug effects

24. Inhibition of lung tumorigenesis by tea/ Yang CS …[et al.]


Experimental Lung Research [Exp Lung Res], ISSN: 0190-2148,
2005 Jan-Feb; Vol. 31 (1), p. 135-144
Keywords: Adenocarcinoma; Lung neoplasms; Phytotherapy;
Plant extracts;Tea

25. Keemun black tea extract contains potent fatty acid synthase
inhibitors and reduces food intake and body weight of rats via oral
administration/ Du YT …[et al.]
Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry [J Enzyme
Inhib Med Chem], ISSN: 1475-6366, 2005 Aug; Vol. 20 (4), p.
349-356
Keywords:Body weight; Drug effects; Enzyme; Fatty acid;
Plant extracts; Pharmacology; Black tea

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26. Levels of common antigens in determining pathogenicity of
Curvularia eragrostidis in different tea varieties/ Dasgupta S,
Saha D
Journal of Applied Microbiology [J Appl Microbiol], ISSN: 1364-
5072, 2005; Vol. 98 (5), p. 1084-1092
Keywords: Food microbiology; Fungi pathogenicity; Tea

27. Maximum residue limit and risk assessment of spiromesifen (BAY


BSN 2060; Oberon 240SC) on tea (Camellia sinensis (L)O'
Kuntze)/ Sharma DC, Choudhary A, Sharma DK
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2005 Oct; Vol. 75
(4), p. 768-774
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Food contamination;
Insecticides; Pesticide residues; Tea

28. Medicinal benefits of green tea: Part I. Review of noncancer


health benefits/ Cooper R, Morré DJ, Morré DM
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York,
N.Y.) [J Altern Complement Med], ISSN: 1075-5535, 2005 Jun;
Vol. 11 (3), p. 521-528
Keywords:Antioxidants; Catechin; Radical scavengers;
Neuroprotective; Pharmacology; Green tea

29. Medicinal benefits of green tea: part II. review of anticancer


properties/ Cooper R, Morré DJ, Morré DM
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York,
N.Y.) [J Altern Complement Med], ISSN: 1075-5535, 2005 Aug;
Vol. 11 (4), p. 639-652
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic; Antioxidants; Catechin;
Neoplasms; Plant extracts; Pharmacology; Green
tea

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30. Metabolism of fenazaquin, an acaricide in tea plant/ Bhattacharyya
J …[et al.]
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2005 Sep; Vol. 75
(3), p. 569-573
Keywords:Food contamination; Pesticide residues; Plant
extracts; Quinazolines; Metabolism; Tea

31. Modulation of MPP+ uptake by tea and some of its components in


Caco-2 cells/ Monteiro R …[et al.]
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology [Naunyn
Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol], ISSN: 0028-1298, 2005 Aug;
Vol. 372 (2), p. 147-152
Keywords:Food drug ; Proteins; Metabolism; Plant extracts;
Pharmacology; Tea

32. Multistep and multimode cortical anchoring of tea1p at cell tips in


fission yeast/ Snaith HA, Samejima I, Sawin KE
EMBO Journal [EMBO J], ISSN: 0261-4189, 2005 Nov 2; Vol.
24 (21), p. 3690-3699
Keywords:Cell polarity; Microtubule; Proteins; Metabolism;
Schizosaccharomyces

33. Optimization of theaflavin biosynthesis from tea polyphenols


using an immobilized enzyme system and response surface
methodology/ Tu YY …[et al.]
Biotechnology Letters [Biotechnol Lett], ISSN: 0141-5492, 2005
Feb; Vol. 27 (4), p. 269-274
Keywords:Biflavonoids; Catechin; Catechol oxidase;
Flavonoids; Phenols; Plant extracts; Tea

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34. Persistence of profenofos residue on tea under northeast Indian
climatic conditions/ Pramanik SK …[et al.]
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2005 Apr; Vol. 74
(4), p. 645-651
Keywords:Insecticides; Pesticide residues; Tea;
Thiophosphoric acid

35. Phase I study of green tea extract in patients with advanced lung
cancer/ Laurie SA …[ et al.]
Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology [Cancer Chemother
Pharmacol], ISSN: 0344-5704, 2005 Jan; Vol. 55 (1), p. 33-38
Keywords: Carcinoma, Drug therapy; Carcinoma, Small cell;
Lung neoplasms; Green tea

36. Physicochemical characteristics and in vivo deposition of


liposome-encapsulated tea catechins by topical and intratumor
administrations/ Fang JY …[et al.]
Journal of Drug Targeting [J Drug Target], ISSN: 1061-186X,
2005 Jan; Vol. 13 (1), p. 19-27
Keywords:Catechin; Chemicophysical properties;
Pharmacology; Injections; Intralesional;
Liposomes; Pharmacokinetics; Tea

37. Physiological activity of irradiated green tea polyphenol on the


human skin/ An BJ …[et al.]
American Journal of Chinese Medicine [Am J Chin Med], ISSN:
0192-415X, 2005; Vol. 33 (4), p. 535-546
Keywords:Antineoplastic; Flavonoids; Melanoma; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Drug effects; Green tea

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38. Preparation of tea glycoprotein and its application as a calibration
standard for the quantification and molecular weight determination
of tea glycoprotein in different tea samples by high-performance
gel-permeation chromatography/ Nie S, Xie M, Wang Y
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry [Anal Bioanal Chem],
ISSN: 1618-2642, 2005 Oct; Vol. 383 (4), p. 680-686
Keywords:Gel chromatography; Glycoproteins; Chemistry;
Isolation; Purification; Plant extracts; Tea

39. Probing the infiltrating character of brain tumors: inhibition of


RhoA/ROK-mediated CD44 cell surface shedding from glioma
cells by the green tea catechin EGCg/ Annabi B …[ et al.]
Journal of Neurochemistry [J Neurochem], ISSN: 0022-3042,
2005 Aug; Vol. 94 (4), p. 906-916
Keywords:Antigens; CD44 cell; Brain neoplasms; Catechin;
Cell membrane; Glioma; Proteins; Threonine;
Kinases; Metabolism; Green tea

40. Protection of osteoblastic cells from freeze/thaw cycle-induced


oxidative stress by green tea polyphenol/ Han DW…[et al.]
Biotechnology Letters [Biotechnol Lett], ISSN: 0141-5492, 2005
May; Vol. 27 (9), p. 655-660
Keywords:Osteoblasts cytology; Green tea; Polyphenols;
Oxidative stress

41. Protective effects of green tea in prostate cancer/ Patel SP …[et


al.]
BJU International [BJU Int], ISSN: 1464-4096, 2005 Dec; Vol. 96
(9), p. 1212-1214
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Phytotherapy methods; Prostatic
neoplasms ; Green tea

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42. Protective role of tea catechins against oxidation-induced damage
of type 2 diabetic erythrocytes/ Rizvi SI …[et al.]
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology [Clin Exp
Pharmacol Physiol], ISSN: 0305-1870, 2005 Jan-Feb; Vol. 32 (1-
2), p. 70-75
Keywords: Antioxidants; Catechin; Pharmacology; Diabetes
mellitus; Erythrocytes; Drug effects; Oxidative
stress; Tea

43. Purification and partial characterization of beta-glucosidase from


fresh leaves of tea plants (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)/ Li
YY …[et al.]
Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica [Acta Biochim Biophys Sin
(Shanghai)], ISSN: 1672-9145, 2005 Jun; Vol. 37 (6), p. 363-370
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Plant leaves; Glucosidase;
Purification

44. Quantification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in tea and


coffee samples of Mumbai City (India) by high performance liquid
chromatography/ Bishnoi NR …[et al.]
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment [Environ Monit
Assess], ISSN: 0167-6369, 2005 Aug; Vol. 107 (1-3), p. 399-406.
Keywords:Coffee; Polycyclic hydrocarbons; Tea; Water
pollutants

45. Sedative effects of the jasmine tea odor and (R)-(-)-linalool, one of
its major odor components, on autonomic nerve activity and mood
states/ Kuroda K …[et al.]
European Journal of Applied Physiology [Eur J Appl Physiol],
ISSN: 1439-6319, 2005 Oct; Vol. 95 (2-3), pp. 107-114
Keywords: Drug effects; Hypnotics; Jasminum;
Monoterpenes; Plant preparations; Pharmacology

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46. Speciation of aluminium in tea infusions by use of SEC and FPLC
with ICP-OES and ES-MS-MS detection/ Kralj B …[et al.]
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry [Anal Bioanal Chem],
ISSN: 1618-2642, 2005 Oct; Vol. 383 (3), p. 467-475
Keywords: Aluminum analysis; Aluminum chemistry; Tea

PROQUEST

47. Antioxidant activity of various teas against free radicals and LDL
oxidation/ Reiko Ohmori …[ et al.]
Lipids. Champaign:Aug 2005. Vol. 40, Iss. 8, p. 849-853
Keywords: Tea; Antioxidants; Free radicals

48. Potent suppressive effect of green tea polyphenols on tobacco-


induced mutagenicity/ K T Santhosh, J Swarnam, K Ramadasan
Phytomedicine. Stuttgart:Mar 2005. Vol. 12, Iss. 3, p. 216-220
Keywords:Green tea; Polyphenols; Tobacco; Induced
mutagenicity

49. Water deficit induced oxidative damage in tea (Camellia sinensis)


plants/ Pavanasam Rajamanickam Jeyaramraja …[ et al.]
Journal of Plant Physiology. Stuttgart:Apr 2005. Vol. 162, Iss.
4, p. 413-419
Keywords:Tea; Camellia sinensis; Water deficit; Induced
oxidative

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SCIENCEDIRECT

50. Certain factors associated with blister blight resistance in Camellia


sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze/ P.R. Jeyaramraja …[ et al.]
Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, Volume 67, Issue
6, December 2005, p. 291-295, ISSN 0885-5765
Keywords:Tea; Constitutive expression; Inducible expression;
Disease resistance; Blister blight

51. Effects of tannins and related polyphenols on methicillin-resistant


Staphylococcus aureus/ Tsutomu Hatano …[ et al.]
Phytochemistry, Volume 66, Issue 17, Tannins and Related
Polyphenols (Part 1), September 2005, p. 2047-2055, ISSN 0031-
9422
Keywords:Tea; Camellia sinensis; Zizyphus jujuba;
Zanthoxylum piperitum; Polyphenols; Tannin;
Proanthocyanidin; Antibiotic resistance;
Antibacterial

52. Generation and analysis of expressed sequence tags from the


tender shoots cDNA library of tea plant (Camellia sinensis)/ Liang
Chen, Li-ping Zhao, Qi-kang Gao
Plant Science, Volume 168, Issue 2, February 2005, p. 359-363,
ISSN 0168-9452
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; cDNA library; Tender shoots

53. Genetic diversity of UPASI tea clones (Camellia sinensis (L.) O.


Kuntze) on the basis of total catechins and their fractions/ M.
Saravanan …[ et al.]
Phytochemistry, Volume 66, Issue 5, March 2005, p. 561-565,
ISSN 0031-9422,
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Genetic diversity; Catechin;
Catechin fractions

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54. Simple and convenient method for analysis of tea biochemicals by
reverse phase HPLC/ Vaishali Sharma …[ et al.]
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, Volume 18, Issue 6,
September 2005, p. 583-594, ISSN 0889-1575,
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; HPLC; Catechin; Xanthine
alkaloids; Tea samples

55. Tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) clone with lower period of
winter dormancy exhibits lesser cellular damage in response to
low temperature/ Dhiraj Vyas, Sanjay Kumar
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Volume 43, Issue 4, April
2005, p. 383-388, ISSN 0981-9428
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Clones; Cellular damage;
Oxidative stress; Superoxide anions; Winter
dormancy

56. Tea constituents (Camellia sinensis L.) as antioxidants in lipid


systems/ Anna Gramza, Jozef Korczak
Trends in Food Science & Technology, Volume 16, Issue 8,
August 2005, p. 351-358, ISSN 0924-2244
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Tea; Antioxidants; Lipid

TEEAL

57. Antimitogenic effect of green tea (-)-epigallocatechin gallate on


3T3-L1 readipocytes depends on the ERK and Cdk2 pathways/
Hung PeiFang …[ et al.]
American Journal of Physiology, 2005, 288 (5 Part 1), p. C1094-
C1108
Keywords:Adipocytes; Broxuridine; Catechin; Green tea;
Epigallocatechin gallate

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58. Availability of essential elements in Indian and US tea brands/
Kumar A. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2005, 89 (3), p. 441-448
Keywords:Bioavailability; Essential elements; Nutrient
availability; Tea

59. Genetic diversity of UPASI tea clones (Camellia sinensis (L.) O.


Kuntze) on the basis of total catechins and their fractions/
Saravanan M. …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, 2005, 66 (5), p. 561-565
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Amino acids; Catechin;
Chemical composition; Clones; Genetic diversity

60. Moving up the processing ladder in primary product exports: Sri


Lanka's "value-added" tea industry/ Gaminda Ganewatta …[et al. ]
Agricultural Economics, 2005, 33 (3), p. 341-350
Keywords: Exports; Prices; Processing ladder; Tea industry;
Value added

61. Nutritional and medicinal improvement of black tea by yeast


fermentation/ Chand Pasha, Gopal Reddy
Food Chemistry, 2005, 89 (3), p. 449-453
Keywords:Ascorbic acid; Caffeine; Fermentation; Medicinal
properties; Nutritive value; Retinol; Riboflavin;
Tannins; Tea; Theophylline; Thiamin; Vitamin
B12; Black tea; Camellia sinensis; Yeasts

62. Preparation and antioxidant properties of extracts of Japanese


persimmon leaf tea (kakinoha-cha)/ Sakanaka S, Tachibana Y,
Okada Y
Food Chemistry, 2005, 89 (4), p. 569-575
Keywords: Antioxidants; Free radicals; Persimmons; Tea;
Functional properties; Camellia sinensis;
Diospyros

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63. Reliable technique to identify superior quality clones from tea
germplasm/ Lopez S.J. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2005, 91 (4), p. 771-778
Keywords:Catechol oxidase; Enzyme activity; Epicatechin;
Flavanols; Germplasm; Tea; Theaflavine;
Epicatechin gallate; Epigallocatechin gallate;
Camellia sinensis

64. Tea and herbal infusions: their antioxidant activity and phenolic
profile/ Atoui A.K. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2005, 89 (89), p. 27-36
Keywords: Tea; Herbal infusions; Antioxidants

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2006

EBSCO

65. 5S rDNA gene diversity in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)


and its use for variety identification/ Singh D, Ahuja PS
Genome/ Conseil National de Recherches Canada [Genome],
ISSN: 0831-2796, 2006 Jan; Vol. 49 (1), pp. 91-96
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Genetic variation; DNA;
Ribosomal analysis; RNA

66. Abamectin in tea and tea liquor under northeastern Indian climatic
conditions/ Pal R …[et al.]
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, ISSN:
0007-4861, 2006 Jan; Vol. 76 (1), pp. 126-131
Keywords: Insecticides; Ivermectin; Tea

67. Aluminium in tea plantations: mobility in soils and plants, and the
influence of nitrogen fertilization/ Ruan J, Ma L, Shi Y
Environmental Geochemistry and Health , ISSN: 0269-4042, 2006
Dec; Vol. 28 (6), pp. 519-528
Keywords: Aluminum; Camellia sinensis; Nitrogen fertilizers;
Metabolism; Soil

68. Antitumor effect of ascorbic acid, lysine, proline, arginine, and


green tea extract on bladder cancer cell line T-24/ Roomi MW
…[et al.]
International Journal of Urology, 2006 Apr; Vol. 13 (4), pp. 415-
419
Keywords:Antioxidants; Arginine; Ascorbic acid; Lysine;
Plant extracts; Green tea; Proline; Urinary
bladder; Neoplasms

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69. Coffee, tea and caffeine consumption in relation to osteoporotic
fracture risk in a cohort of Swedish women/ Hallström H …[et al.]
Osteoporosis International: A Journal established as result of
cooperation between The European Foundation for Osteoporosis
And The National Osteoporosis Foundation of The USA
[Osteoporos Int], ISSN: 0937-941X, 2006; Vol. 17 (7), pp. 1055-
1064
Keywords:Caffeine; Coffee; Hip fractures; Osteoporosis;
Etiology; Tea

70. Comparative activity of antioxidants from wheat sprouts, Morinda


citrifolia, fermented papaya and white tea/ Calzuola I,
Gianfranceschi GL, Marsili V.
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition [Int J Food
Sci Nutr], ISSN: 0963-7486, 2006 May-Jun; Vol. 57 (3-4), pp.
168-177
Keywords:Antioxidants ; Camellia sinensis; Carica;
Scavengers pharmacology; Morinda; Triticum;
White tea

71. Differentially expression of Tua1, a tubulin-encoding gene, during


flowering of tea plant Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze using
cDNA amplified fragment length polymorphism technique/ Fang
WP …[et al.]
Acta Biochimica et Biophysica Sinica [Acta Biochim Biophys Sin
(Shanghai)], ISSN: 1672-9145, 2006 Sep; Vol. 38 (9), pp. 653-662
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; DNA fingerprinting; Gene
expression; Plant physiology; Nucleic acid; Tubulin
metabolism

72. Do flavan-3-ols from green tea reach the human brain?/ Zini A
…[et al.]
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1028-415X,
2006 Feb-Apr; Vol. 9 (1-2), pp. 57-61
Keywords: Brain metabolism; Flavonoids; Pharmacokinetics;
Green tea

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73. Drinking tea is associated with lower plasma total homocysteine in
older women/ Hodgson JM …[et al.]
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2006; Vol. 15 (2), pp. 253-258
Keywords:Folic acid analysis; Gallic acid analogs;
Homocysteine blood; Tea

74. Effect of ecological variation on heavy metal content of some


medicinal plants used as herbal tea ingredients in India/ Naithani
V, Kakkar P.
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology ,ISSN:
0007-4861, 2006 Feb; Vol. 76 (2), pp. 285-292
Keywords: Beverages analysis; Medicinal chemistry; Herbal
tea

75. Effects of tea and tea flavonoids on endothelial function and blood
pressure: a brief review/ Hodgson JM
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology , ISSN:
0305-1870, 2006 Sep; Vol. 33 (9), pp. 838-841
Keywords:Blood pressure; Drug effects; Vascular
endothelium, ; Flavonoids; Pharmacology; Tea

76. Effects of tea saponins on in vitro ruminal fermentation and


growth performance in growing Boer goat/ Hu W …[et al.]
Archives of Animal Nutrition , ISSN: 1745-039X, 2006 Feb; Vol.
60 (1), pp. 89-97
Keywords:Goats; Rumen; Drug effects; Saponins;
Pharmacology; Tea

77. Estimation of organochlorine pesticide residues in two popular


spices extensively used as herbal tea ingredients in India/ Naithani
V, Kakkar P
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology , ISSN:
0007-4861, 2006 Mar; Vol. 76 (3), pp. 429-435
Keywords:Eugenia; Ginger; Chemistry; Hydrocarbons;
Chlorinated analysis; Pesticide residues

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78. Gargling with tea catechin extracts for the prevention of influenza
infection in elderly nursing home residents: a prospective clinical
study/ Yamada H …[et al.]
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York,
N.Y.) [J Altern Complement Med], ISSN: 1075-5535, 2006 Sep;
Vol. 12 (7), pp. 669-672
Keywords:Catechin; Influenza; Human prevention;
Phytotherapy; Plant extracts; Tea

79. Green tea catechins, (-)-Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and (-


)-Epicatechin-3-gallate (ECG), inhibit HGF/ Met signaling in
immortalized and tumorigenic breast epithelial cells/ Bigelow RL,
Cardelli JA
Oncogene , ISSN: 0950-9232, 2006 Mar 23; Vol. 25 (13), pp.
1922-1930
Keywords: Antioxidants; Breast neoplasms; Catechin analogs;
Hepatocyte growth; Proto-oncogene proteins;
Green tea

80. Green tea extract and (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibit mast


cell-stimulated type I collagen expression in keloid fibroblasts via
blocking PI-3K/AkT signaling pathways/ Zhang Q …[et al.]
Journal of Investigative Ermatology , ISSN: 1523-1747, 2006
Dec; Vol. 126 (12), pp. 2607-2613
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Catechin analogs; Fibroblasts;
Keloid; Mast cells ; Plant extracts; Green tea

81. Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits


ethanol-induced activation of pancreatic stellate cells/Asaumi H
…[et al.]
Journal of Clinical Investigation , ISSN: 0014-2972, 2006 Feb;
Vol. 36 (2), pp. 113-122
Keywords:Antioxidants; Camellia sinensis; Catechin;
Flavonoids; Pancreas; Drug effects; Phenols;
Green tea

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82. Green tea extract impedes dyslipidaemia and development of
cardiac dysfunction in streptozotocin-diabetic rats/Anandh Babu
PV, Sabitha KE, Shyamaladevi CS
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology [Clin Exp
Pharmacol Physiol], ISSN: 0305-1870, 2006 Dec; Vol. 33 (12),
pp. 1184-1189
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Diabetes; Drug therapy;
Dyslipidemias; Heart diseases; Green tea

83. Green tea extract inhibits paraquat-induced pulmonary fibrosis by


suppression of oxidative stress and endothelin-l expression/ Kim
HR …[et al.]
Lung [Lung], ISSN: 0341-2040, 2006 Sep-Oct; Vol. 184 (5), pp.
287-295
Keywords:Gene expression; Drug effects; Oxidative stress;
Plant extracts; Pulmonary fibrosis; Drug therapy;
RNA genetics; Green tea

84. Green tea pain modulating effect in sciatic nerve chronic


constriction injury rat model/ Renno WM …[et al.]
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1028-415X,
2006 Feb-Apr; Vol. 9 (1-2), pp. 41-47
Keywords: Analgesia; Sciatic neuropathy; Tea

85. Green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate suppresses rat


hepatic stellate cell invasion by inhibition of MMP-2 expression
and its activation/ Zhen MC …[et al.]
Acta Pharmacologica Sinica [Acta Pharmacol Sin], ISSN: 1671-
4083, 2006 Dec; Vol. 27 (12), pp. 1600-1607
Keywords:Catechin analogs; Cell movement; Drug effects;
Liver cytology; Matrix metalloproteinase; Green
tea

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86. Hepatotoxicity associated with supplements containing Chinese
green tea (Camellia sinensis)/ Bonkovsky HL
Annalso of Internal Medicine [Ann Intern Med], ISSN: 1539-
3704, 2006 Jan 3; Vol. 144 (1), pp. 68-71
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Diet; Reducing effects; Dietary
supplements; Liver; Green tea

87. Influence of tea drinking on manganese intake, manganese status


and leucocyte expression of MnSOD and cytosolic
aminopeptidase P/ Hope S …[et al.]
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Eur J Clin Nutr], ISSN:
0954-3007, 2006 Jan; Vol. 60 (1), pp. 1-8
Keywordss:Aminopeptidases; Manganese; Superoxide
dismutase; Tea

88. Inhibition of intestinal carcinogenesis by a new flavone derivative,


chafuroside, in oolong tea/ Niho N …[et al.]
Cancer Science [Cancer Sci], ISSN: 1347-9032, 2006 Apr; Vol.
97 (4), pp. 248-251
Keywords:Antineoplastic agents; Colonic neoplasms; Flavones
therapeutic

89. Inhibition of matrix metalloproteinase-2 secretion and invasion by


human ovarian cancer cell line SK-OV-3 with lysine, proline,
arginine, ascorbic acid and green tea extract/ Roomi MW …[et al.]
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research, ISSN: 1341-
8076, 2006 Apr; Vol. 32 (2), pp. 148-154
Keywordss:Amino acids; Ascorbic acid; Matrix
metalloproteinase; Neoplasm invasiveness; Plant
extracts; Green tea

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90. Inhibition of pulmonary metastasis of melanoma b16fo cells in
C57BL/6 mice by a nutrient mixture consisting of ascorbic acid,
lysine, proline, arginine, and green tea extract/ Roomi MW …[et
al.]
Experimental Llung Research, ISSN: 0190-2148, 2006 Nov-Dec;
Vol. 32 (10), pp. 517-530
Keywords:Antineoplastic; Chemotherapy; Protocols
pharmacology; Dietary supplements; Lung
neoplasms; Drug therapy; Melanoma; Neoplasm
metastasis

91. Interaction of flurbiprofen with cranberry juice, grape juice, tea,


and fluconazole: in vitro and clinical studies/ Greenblatt DJ …[et
al.]
Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics , ISSN: 0009-9236,
2006 Jan; Vol. 79 (1), pp. 125-133
Keywords:Fluconazole pharmacology; Flurbiprofen; Food;
Tea; Vaccinium macrocarpon; Vitis

92. Iodine-induced thyrotoxicosis after ingestion of kelp-containing


tea/ Müssig K …[et al.]
Journal of General Internal Medicine , ISSN: 1525-1497, 2006
Jun; Vol. 21 (6), pp. C11-14
Keywords:Herbal medicine; Iodine toxicity; Kelp; Tea;
Thyrotoxicosis; Etiology

93. Iron availability and consumption of tea, vervain and mint during
weaning in Morocco/ Zaida F …[et al.]
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism , ISSN: 0250-6807, 2006; Vol.
50 (3), pp. 237-241
Keywords:Flavonoids; Dietary iron; Mentha; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Tea; Verbena

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94. Iron-chelating and free-radical scavenging activities of
microwave-processed green tea in iron overload/ Srichairatanakool
S …[et al.]
Hemoglobin , ISSN: 0363-0269, 2006; Vol. 30 (2), pp. 311-327
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Catechin pharmacology;
Erythrocytes; Drug effects; Iron; Drug therapy;
Plant extracts; Plasma;Tea; Thalassemia blood

95. Matrix metalloproteinases in cancer metastasis: molecular targets


for prostate cancer prevention by green tea polyphenols and grape
seed proanthocyanidins/ Katiyar SK …[et al.]
Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders Drug Targets , ISSN:
1871-5303, 2006 Mar; Vol. 6 (1), pp. 17-24
Keywords:Flavonoids; Neoplasm metastasis; Phenols;
Proanthocyanidins; Pharmacology; Prostatic
neoplasms ; Green tea; Vitis

96. Mechanisms of cancer prevention by green and black tea


polyphenols/ Beltz LA …[et al.]
Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry , ISSN: 1871-5206,
2006 Sep; Vol. 6 (5), pp. 389-406
Keywords:Flavonoids; Neoplasms prevention; Phenols;
Therapeutic; Tea

97. Metabolic and physiological effects of ingesting extracts of bitter


orange, green tea and guarana at rest and during treadmill walking
in overweight males/ Sale C …[et al.]
International Journal of Obesity (2005) , ISSN: 0307-0565, 2006
May; Vol. 30 (5), pp. 764-773
Keywords:Citrus; Overweight physiology; Paullinia; Green
tea; Walking

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98. Metabolism of green tea catechins: an overview/ Feng WY
Current Drug Metabolism , ISSN: 1389-2002, 2006 Oct; Vol. 7
(7), pp. 755-809
Keywords: Catechin; Pharmacokinetics; Green tea

99. New evidence on the effects of tea on mercury metabolism in


humans/ Canuel R …[et al.]
Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health , ISSN: 1933-
8244, 2006 Sep-Oct; Vol. 61 (5), pp. 232-238
Keywords: Fishes; Food contamination; Methylmercury;
Seafood toxicity; Tea

100. No association between green tea and prostate cancer risk in


Japanese men: the Ohsaki Cohort Study/ Kikuchi N …[et al.]
British Journal of Cancer , ISSN: 0007-0920, 2006 Aug 7; Vol. 95
(3), pp. 371-373
Keywords: Prostatic neoplasms; Green tea

101. Pharmacokinetic studies of green tea catechins in maternal plasma


and fetuses in rats/ Chu KO …[et al.]
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , ISSN: 0022-3549, 2006 Jun;
Vol. 95 (6), pp. 1372-1381
Keywords: Catechin; Pharmacokinetics; Fetus metabolism;
Green tea

102. Polyphenol-enriched oolong tea increases fecal lipid excretion/


Hsu TF …[et al.]
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Eur J Clin Nutr], ISSN:
0954-3007, 2006 Nov; Vol. 60 (11), pp. 1330-1336
Keywords: Dietary; Feces chemistry; Flavonoids; Drug
effects; Lipids analysis; Phenols

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103. Polyphenols from green tea and pomegranate for prevention of
prostate cancer/ Adhami VM, Mukhtar H
Free Radical Research , ISSN: 1071-5762, 2006 Oct; Vol. 40
(10), pp. 1095-1104
Keywords: Anticarcinogenic agents; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Prostatic neoplasms; Punicaceae chemistry; Green
tea

104. Potentially clinically toxic concentrations of whole blood


manganese in a patient fed enterally with a high tea consumption/
Ross C, O'Reilly DS, McKee R
Annals of Clinical Biochemistry , ISSN: 0004-5632, 2006 May;
Vol. 43 (Pt 3), pp. 226-228
Keywords: Manganese blood; Parenteral nutrition; Tea

105. Protective effect of green tea extract and tea polyphenols against
FK506-induced cytotoxicity in renal cells/ Hisamura F …[et al.]
Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology , ISSN: 1742-7835,
2006 Feb; Vol. 98 (2), pp. 192-196
Keywords: Agents toxicity; Kidney; Drug effects; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Tacrolimus toxicity; Green tea

106. Reduction of diet-induced obesity by a combination of tea-


catechin intake and regular swimming/ Murase T …[et al.]
International Journal of Obesity (2005) ; ISSN: 0307-0565, 2006
Mar; Vol. 30 (3), pp. 561-568
Keywords: Catechin therapeutic; Obesity therapy;
Phytotherapy; Swimming; Tea

107. Relationship between green tea and total caffeine intake and risk
for self-reported type 2 diabetes among Japanese adults/ Iso H
…[et al.]
JACC Study Group, Annals of Internal Medicine , ISSN: 1539-
3704, 2006 Apr 18; Vol. 144 (8), pp. 554-562
Keywords: Beverages; Caffeine; Coffee; Diabetes mellitus;
Green tea

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108. Study of health problems and nutritional status of tea garden
population of Assam/ Medhi GK …[et al.]
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , ISSN: 0019-5359, 2006
Dec; Vol. 60 (12), pp. 496-505
Keywords: Health; Nutritional status; Tea

109. Suppression of human cervical cancer cell lines Hela and DoTc2
4510 by a mixture of lysine, proline, ascorbic acid, and green tea
extract/ Roomi MW …[et al.]
International Journal of Gynecological Cancer Official Journal Of
The International Gynecological Cancer Society , ISSN: 1048-
891X, 2006 May-Jun; Vol. 16 (3), pp. 1241-1247
Keywords: Ascorbic acid; Hela cells; Drug effects; Lysine;
Proline; Pharmacology; Tea

110. Therapeutic effect of green tea extract on advanced glycation and


cross-linking of collagen in the aorta of streptozotocin diabetic
rats/ Babu PV, Sabitha KE, Shyamaladevi CS
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology , ISSN:
0305-1870, 2006 Apr; Vol. 33 (4), pp. 351-357
Keywords: Aorta; Collagen; Diabetes mellitus; Metabolism;
Glycosylation; Tea

111. Trial of Essiac to ascertain its effect in women with breast cancer
(TEA-BC)/ Zick SM …[et al.]
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York,
N.Y.), ISSN: 1075-5535, 2006 Dec; Vol. 12 (10), pp. 971-980
Keywords: Breast neoplasms; Drug therapy; Plant extracts

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PROQUEST

112. 5S rDNA gene diversity in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)


and its use for variety identification/ Dharam Singh, Paramvir
Sing Ahuja
Genome. Ottawa: Jan 2006. Vol. 49, Iss. 1, p. 91-96
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Diversity gene

113. Evaluation of simple hand-held mechanical systems for


harvesting tea (Camellia sinensis)/ P J Burges …[et al. ]
Experimental Agriculture. Cambridge:Apr 2006. Vol. 42, Iss. 2,
p. 165-187
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Mechanical systems;
Harvesting

114. Osmotin-regulated reserve accumulation and germination in


genetically transformed tea somatic embryos: a step towards
regulation of stress tolerance and seed recalcitrance/ Amita
Bhattacharya ….[ et al. ]
Seed Science Research. Cambridge:Sep 2006. Vol. 16, Iss. 3, p.
203-211
Keywords: Tea; Somatic embryo; Osmotin; Germination;
Seed recalcitrance

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SCIENCE DIRECT

115. Chemical and physical properties of rhizosphere and bulk soils of


three tea plants cultivated in Ultisols/ Yue Ming Chen …[ et al.]
Geoderma, Volume 136, Issues 1-2, 1 December 2006, p. 378-
387, ISSN 0016-7061
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Chemicophysical properties;
Rhizosphere; Acrisols

116. Effect of green tea extracts on liver functions in Wistar rats/ S.S.
Bun …[ et al. ]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 44, Issue 7, July 2006, p.
1108-1113, ISSN 0278-6915
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Green tea; Plant extracts;
Catechin; Hepatotoxicity; Rats; Biochemistry

117. Efficacy of green tea extract on removal of the ectoparasitic


flagellate Ichthyobodo necator from chum salmon, Oncorhynchus
keta, and Masu salmon, O. masou/ Kunio Suzuki, Naoyuki
Misaka, D.K. Sakai
Aquaculture, Volume 259, Issues 1-4, 8 September 2006, p. 17-27,
ISSN 0044-8486
Keywords: Green tea; Camellia sinensis; Ichthyobodo necator;
Chum salmon; Masu salmon; Oncorhynchus
masou

118. Enhanced oxidation of flavan-3-ols and proanthocyanidin


accumulation in water-stressed tea plants/ Iker Hernandez, Leonor
Alegre, Sergi Munne-Bosch
Phytochemistry, Volume 67, Issue 11, June 2006, p. 1120-1126,
ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Water deficit; Antioxidants;
Flavonoids; Flavanols; Proanthocyanidins;
Epicatechin; Epigallocatechin gallate; Quinones

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119. Extraction of active ingredients from green tea (Camellia
sinensis): Extraction efficiency of major catechins and caffeine/
Amra Perva-Uzunalic …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 96, Issue 4, June 2006, p. 597-605, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Green tea;Camellia sinensis; Solvent extraction;
Plant extracts; Catechin; Caffeine

120. Isotheasaponins B1-B3 from Camellia sinensis var. sinensis tea


leaves/ Keiko Kobayashi …[ et al.]
Phytochemistry, Volume 67, Issue 13, Reports on Structure
Elucidation, July 2006, p. 1385-1389, ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords:Tea leaves; Camellia sinensis; Theaceae;
Isotheasaponin; Theasapogenol B

121. Relationship between some chemical parameters and sensory


evaluations for plain black tea (Camellia sinensis) produced in
Kenya and comparison with similar teas from Malawi and South
Africa/ P. Okinda Owuor …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 97, Issue 4, August 2006, p. 644-653,
ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Black tea; Camellia sinensis; Quality; Colour;
Brightness; Theaflavins; Eastern Africa; Kenya;
Malawi; South Africa

122. Safety studies on epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) preparations.


Part 1: Genotoxicity/ R.A. Isbrucker …[ et al. ]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 44, Issue 5, May 2006, p.
626-635, ISSN 0278-6915
Keywords: Tea vigo; Epigallocatechin gallate; Genotoxicity

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TEEAL
123. Analysis of catechins from milk-tea beverages by enzyme assisted
extraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography/
Ferruzzi M.G, Green R.J
Food Chemistry, 2006, 99 (3), p. 484-491
Keywords: Beverages; Extraction; Flavanols; HPLC; Pepsin;
Tea; Drinks; Epicatechin gallate; Epigallocatechin
gallate; Camellia sinensis

124. Antimicrobial activities of tea catechins and theaflavins and tea


extracts against Bacillus cereus/ Friedman M. …[ et al. ]
Journal of Food Protection, 2006, 69 (2), p. 354-361
Keywords:Antimicrobial properties; Bacterial diseases;
Catechin; Food contamination; Green tea; Bacillus
cereus; Camellia sinensis

125. Comparative performance of hens fed diets containing Korean,


Japanese and Chinese green tea/ Uuganbayar D …[ et al. ]
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2006, 19 (8), p.
1190-1196
Keywords:Cholesterol; Egg production; Egg quality; Green
tea

126. Comparison of bioactive components in GABA tea and green tea


produced in Taiwan/ Wang HsuehFang …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2006, 96 (4), p. 648-653
Keywords: Alanine; Ammonia; Ascorbic acid; Aspartic acid;
Green tea; GABA; Chemical composition;
Epicatechin; Epigallocatechin

127. Comparison of enzyme activity with depth under tea plantations


and forested sites in South India/ Selvaraj Venkatesan,
Senthurpandian V.K
Geoderma, 2006, 137 (1-2), p. 212-216
Keywords:Acid phosphatase; Enzyme activity; Forest soils;
Spatial distribution; Tea

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128. Compositional analysis of teas from Australian supermarkets/ Yao
Lihu …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2006, 94 (1), p. 115-122
Keywords: Amino acids; Caffeine; Food composition; Food
quality; Green tea; Moisture content; Solubility;
Storage; Black Tea; Camellia sinensis

129. Effects of epi-gallocatechin gallate on PC-3 cell cytoplasmic


membrane in the presence of Cu2+/ Yu HaiNing, Yin J.J, Shen
ShengRong
Food Chemistry, 2006, 95 (1), p. 108-115
Keywords: Androgens; Antioxidants; Cell lines; Copper;
Cytoplasm; Green tea; Human diseases;
Neoplasms; Prostate; Tea; Cancer;
Epigallocatechin gallate; Prostate cancer; Camellia
sinensis

130. Effects of extraction solvents on concentration and antioxidant


activity of black and black mate tea polyphenols determined by
ferrous tartrate and Folin-Ciocalteu methods/ Turkmen N, Sari F,
VeliogluY.S
Food Chemistry, 2006, 99 (4), p. 835-841
Keywords:Antioxidant properties; Antioxidants; Chemical
composition; Tea; Polyphenols; Solvents;
Analytical techniques; Camellia sinensis

131. Effects of green tea (Camellia sinensis) waste silage and


polyethylene glycol on ruminal fermentation and blood
components in cattle/ Nishida T. …[ et al. ]
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2006, 19 (12),
p.1728-1736
Keywords:Wastes; Antioxidants; Blood composition; Feeding;
Cholesterol; Green tea; Rumen; Silage; Tea;
Vitamin E; Polyoxyethylene; Camellia sinensis;
Cattle

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132. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG): chemical and biomedical
perspectives/ Nagle D.G, Ferreira D, Zhou Y.D.
Phytochemistry, 2006, 67 (17), p. 1849-1855
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic; Antioxidants; Flavanols;
Polyphenols; Food intake; Food supplements;
Green tea; Neoplasms; Cancer; Camellia sinensis

133. Evaluation of fermentation characteristics and nutritive value of


green tea waste ensiled with byproducts mixture for ruminants/
Kondo M,Kita K, Yokota H
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2006, 19 (19), p.
533-540
Keywords:Acetic acid; Wastes; Butyric acid; Byproducts;
Crude protein; Green tea; Lactic acid; Rice;
Camellia sinensis; Goats

134. Heavy fermentation impacts NO-suppressing activity of tea in


LPS-activated RAW 264.7 macrophages/ Lin ChihCheng …[et
al.]
Food Chemistry, 2006, 98 (3), p. 483-489
Keywords:Antioxidants; Fermentation; Flavanols; Gallic acid;
Nitric oxide; Phenolic; Tea; Camellia sinensis

135. Inhibitory effect of green tea (-)-epigallocatechin gallate on


resistin gene expression in 3T3-L1 adipocytes depends on the
ERK pathway/ Liu HangSeng …[ et al.]
American Journal of Physiology, 2006, 290 (290), p. E273-E281
Keywords:Adipocytes; Green tea; Protein synthesis;
Epigallocatechin gallate; Resistin; Camellia
sinensis

136. Isotheasaponins B1-B3 from Camellia sinensis var. sinensis tea


leaves/ Kobayashi K. …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, 2006, 67 (13), p. 1385-1389
Keywords:Chemical composition; Plant composition;
Saponins; Tea; Traditional medicines; Camellia
sinensis

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137. Logistic analysis of the factors determining the decision of
smallholder farmers to intercrop: a case study involving rubber-tea
intercropping in Sri Lanka/ Iqbal S.M.M. …[ et al. ]
Agricultural Systems, 2006, 87 (3), p. 296-312
Keywords:Cropping systems; Innovation adoption;
Intercropping; Tea; Sri Lanka; Camellia sinensis;
Hevea brasiliensis

138. Perennial crop supply response functions: the case of Indian


rubber, tea and coffee/ Parmod Kumar, Anil Sharma
Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2006, 61 (4), p. 630-
646
Keywords: Acreage; Coffee; Prices; Rubber; Supply response;
Tea; India; Camellia sinensis; Coffea

139. Phenolic compounds in tea from Australian supermarkets/ Yao .H.


Food Chemistry, 2006, 96 (4), p. 614-620
Keywords:Chemical analysis; Food quality; Phenolic
compounds; Tea; Theabrownins; Theaflavins;
Thearubigins; Camellia sinensis; Australia;
Queensland

140. Relationship between some chemical parameters and sensory


evaluations for plain black tea (Camellia sinensis) produced in
Kenya and comparison with similar teas from Malawi and South
Africa/ Owuor P.O. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2006, 97 (4), p. 644-653
Keywords:Chemical composition; Theaflavines; Black Tea;
Camellia sinensis; Kenya; Malawi; South Africa

141. Scale and causes of lead contamination in Chinese tea/ Han


WenYan. …[ et al. ]
Environmental Pollution, 2006, 139 (1), p. 125-132
Keywords: Contamination; Heavy metals; Lead; Leaves; Soil
ph; Tea; Nutrient uptake; Camellia sinensis

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142. Variability associated with suppression of gray mold (Botrytis
cinerea) on geranium by foliar applications of nonaerated and
aerated compost teas/ Scheuerell S.J., Mahaffee W.F
Plant Disease, 2006, 90 (9), p. 1201-1208
Keywords: Tea; Composts; Cultural control; Fungal diseases;
Plant diseases; Amendments; Hyphomycetes;
Phytopathogens; Botrytis cinerea; Pelargonium
hortorum

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2007

EBSCO

143. Activation of growth and accumulation of phenolic compounds in


tea callus culture by melafen is not associated with its possible
cytokinin activity/ Zagoskina NV … [et al.]
Doklady. Biochemistry and Biophysics [Dokl Biochem Biophys],
ISSN: 1607-6729, 2007 Mar-Apr; Vol. 413, p. 88-91
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Drug effects; Phosphinic acids;
Plant growth regulators; Plant stems; Triazines

144. Artemisia herba-alba Asso (Asteraceae) has equivalent effects to


green and black tea decoctions on antioxidant processes and some
metabolic parameters in rats/ Abid ZB …[et al.]
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism [Ann Nutr Metab], ISSN: 1421-
9697, 2007; Vol. 51 (3), p. 216-222
Keywords: Antioxidants; Asteraceae; Lipid peroxidation;
Drug effects; Plant extracts; Tea; Weight gain

145. Black tea-induced decrease in IL-10 and TGF-beta of tumor cells


promotes Th1/Tc1 response in tumor bearer/ Mandal D …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2007; Vol.
58 (2), p. 213-221
Keywords: Lymphotoxin; T-Lymphocyte; Cytotoxic
immunology; Helper inducer immunology; Black
tea

146. Black tea prevents cigarette smoke-induced apoptosis and lung


damage/ Banerjee S…[et al.]
Journal of Inflammation (London, England) [J Inflamm (Lond)],
ISSN: 1476-9255, 2007; Vol. 4, p. 3
Keywords: Black tea; Cigarette; Lung damage

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147. Both aluminum and polyphenols in green tea decoction (Camellia
sinensis) affect iron status and hematological parameters in rats/
Marouani N…[et al.]
European Journal of Nutrition [Eur J Nutr], ISSN: 1436-6207,
2007 Dec; Vol. 46 (8), p. 453-459
Keywords:Aluminum; Pharmacology; Camellia sinensis;
Flavonoids; Iron; Metabolism; Nutritional status;
Drug effects; Phenols

148. Cellular responses and proteomic analysis of Escherichia coli


exposed to green tea polyphenols/ Cho YS …[et al.]
Current Microbiology [Curr Microbiol], ISSN: 0343-8651, 2007
Dec; Vol. 55 (6), p. 501-506
Keywords:Antibacterial agents; Camellia sinensis; Escherichia
coli; Drug effects; Proteins; Metabolism;
Flavonoids; Gene expression; Phenols; Proteome

149. Combined treatment with green tea catechins and sodium nitrite
selectively promotes rat forestomach carcinogenesis after initiation
with N-methyl-N'- nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine/ Kuroiwa Y…[et al.]
Cancer Science [Cancer Sci], ISSN: 1347-9032, 2007 Jul; Vol. 98
(7), p. 949-957
Keywords:Catechin; Toxicity; Methylnitronitrosoguanidine;
Stomach neoplasms; Green tea

150. Comparison of white tea, green tea, epigallocatechin-3-gallate, and


caffeine as inhibitors of PhIP-induced colonic aberrant crypts/
Carter O …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2007; Vol.
58 (1), p. 60-65
Keywords: Anticarcinogenic agents; Caffeine; Pharmacology;
Catechin analogs; Colonic neoplasms; Tea

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151. Consumption of black, green and herbal tea and iron status in
French adults/ Mennen L …[et al.]
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Eur J Clin Nutr], ISSN:
0954-3007, 2007 Oct; Vol. 61 (10), p. 1174-1179
Keywords:Beverages; Diet; Ferritins blood; Iron;
Pharmacokinetics; Nutritional status; Tea

152. Consumption of black tea or coffee and risk of ovarian cancer/


Baker JA …[et al.]
International Journal of Gynecological Cancer: Official Journal
of The International Gynecological Cancer Society [Int J Gynecol
Cancer], ISSN: 1048-891X, 2007 Jan-Feb; Vol. 17 (1), p. 50-54
Keywords: Coffee; Ovarian neoplasms; Epidemiology; Black
tea

153. Daily consumption of green tea catechin delays memory


regression in aged mice/ Unno K …[et al.]
Biogerontology [Biogerontology], ISSN: 1389-5729, 2007 Apr;
Vol. 8 (2), p. 89-95
Keywords:Aging metabolism; Antioxidants; Pharmacology;
Brain; Drug effects; Camellia sinensis; Catechin;
Cell aging ; Oxidative stress

154. Decline in glutathione peroxidase activity is a reason for brain


senescence: consumption of green tea catechin prevents the
decline in its activity and protein oxidative damage in ageing
mouse brain/ Kishido T …[et al.]
Biogerontology [Biogerontology], ISSN: 1389-5729, 2007 Aug;
Vol. 8 (4), p. 423-430
Keywords:Aging metabolism; Antioxidants; Pharmacology;
Camellia sinensis ; Catechin; Cell aging; Drug
effects; Cerebral cortex; Glutathione peroxidase;
Oxidative stress; Proteins; Metabolism

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155. Dissipation of carbofuran and carbaryl on oolong tea during tea
bushes, manufacturing and roasting processes/ Wu CC …[et al.]
Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part. B, Pesticides,
Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes [J Environ Sci
Health B], ISSN: 0360-1234, 2007 Aug; Vol. 42 (6), p. 669-675
Keywords: Carbaryl; Carbofuran; Chemical analysis; Food
contamination; Food handling methods;
Insecticides; Tea

156. Ecological impact of solar ultraviolet-B (UV-B: 320-290 nm)


radiation on Corynebacterium aquaticum and Xanthomonas sp.
colonization on tea phyllosphere in relation to blister blight
disease incidence in the field/ Gunasekera TS, Paul ND
Letters in Applied Microbiology [Lett Appl Microbiol], ISSN:
0266-8254, 2007 May; Vol. 44 (5), p. 513-519
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Microbiology; Corynebacterium;
Xanthomonas; Growth; Colonization; Blights;
Plant diseases ; Ultraviolet rays

157. Effect of Mexican tea herb and pilular adina herb on concrescence
of gastric mucosa in experimental gastric ulcer rats/ Cao MB …[et
al.]
Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine [Chin J Integr Med],
ISSN: 1672-0415, 2007 Jun; Vol. 13 (2), p. 132-136
Keywords:Chinese herbal; Gastric mucosa; Drug effects;
Stomach ulcer; Drug therapy; Tea

158. Effects of tea on psychophysiological stress responsivity and post-


stress recovery: a randomised double-blind trial/ Steptoe A …[et
al.]
Psychopharmacology [Psychopharmacology (Berl)], ISSN: 0033-
3158, 2007 Jan; Vol. 190 (1), p. 81-89
Keywords: Drug effects; Arousal; Blood pressure; Heart rate;
Hydrocortisone blood; Platelet activation;
Psychological stress; Tea

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159. Effects of tetrahydrocurcumin and green tea polyphenol on the
survival of male C57BL/6 mice/ Kitani K, Osawa T, Yokozawa T
Biogerontology [Biogerontology], ISSN: 1389-5729, 2007 Oct;
Vol. 8 (5), p. 567-573
Keywords: Aging drug; Camellia sinensis; Curcumin analogs;
Flavonoids; Pharmacology; Phenols; Plant extracts;
Green tea

160. Electron-impact and glow-discharge ionization LC-MS analysis of


green tea tincture/ Venzie JL …[et al.]
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry [Anal Bioanal Chem],
ISSN: 1618-2642, 2007 Jan; Vol. 387 (1), p. 321-333
Keywords:Caffeine analysis; Camellia sinensis; Catechin
analogs; Green tea

161. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate and epicatechin-3-gallate from green


tea decrease plasma non-transferrin bound iron and erythrocyte
oxidative stress/ Thephinlap C …[et al.]
Medicinal Chemistry (Shāriqah (United Arab Emirates)) [Med
Chem], ISSN: 1573-4064, 2007 May; Vol. 3 (3), p. 289-296
Keywords: Catechin analogs; Erythrocytes; Drug effects; Iron
chelating; Metabolism; Agents pharmacology;
Oxidative stress

162. Evaluation of black tea gel and its protection potential against UV/
Turkoglu M, Cigirgil N
International Journal of Cosmetic Science [Int J Cosmet Sci],
ISSN: 1468-2494, 2007 Dec; Vol. 29 (6), p. 437-442
Keywords: Black tea; Gel; Protection

163. Fluoride in Ceylon tea and its implications to dental health/


Chandrajith R …[et al.]
Environmental Geochemistry and Health [Environ Geochem
Health], ISSN: 0269-4042, 2007 Oct; Vol. 29 (5), p. 429-434
Keywords:Dental caries; Fluorides analysis; Plant leaves; Tea;
Water pollutants; Chemical analysis; Water supply

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164. Fluoride-related bone disease associated with habitual tea
consumption/ Hallanger Johnson JE …[et al.]
Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Mayo Clinic [Mayo Clin Proc], ISSN:
0025-6196, 2007 Jun; Vol. 82 (6), p. 719-724
Keywords: Fluorides; Adverse effects; Osteosclerosis; Tea

165. Green tea, anti-diabetic or diabetogenic: a dose response study/


Islam MS, Choi H
Biofactors (Oxford, England) [Biofactors], ISSN: 0951-6433,
2007; Vol. 29 (1), p. 45-53
Keywords:Diabetes mellitus; Plant extracts; Green tea;
Dosage

166. Green tea increases anti-inflammatory tristetraprolin and decreases


pro-inflammatory tumor necrosis factor mRNA levels in rats/ Cao
H …[et al.]
Journal of Inflammation (London, England) [J Inflamm (Lond)],
ISSN: 1476-9255, 2007; Vol. 4, p. 1
Keywords:Green tea; Anti inflammatory; Tumor necrosis;
RNA; Rats

167. Green tea induces annexin-I expression in human lung


adenocarcinoma A549 cells: involvement of annexin-I in actin
remodeling/ Lu QY …[et al.]
Laboratory Investigation:a Journal of Technical Methods And
Pathology [Lab Invest], ISSN: 0023-6837, 2007 May; Vol. 87 (5),
p. 456-465
Keywords:Actins; Adenocarcinoma; Annexin A1;
Metabolism; Anticarcinogenic agents; Camellia
sinensis; Lung neoplasms; Plant extracts; Green tea

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168. Green tea polyphenols as an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory
agent for cardiovascular protection/ Tipoe GL …[et al.]
Cardiovascular & Hematological Disorders Drug Targets
[Cardiovasc Hematol Disord Drug Targets], ISSN: 1871-529X,
2007 Jun; Vol. 7 (2), p. 135-144
Keywords:Anti inflammatory agents; Antioxidants;
Cardiovascular diseases; Cardiotonic agents;
Flavonoids; Phenols; Pharmacology; Green tea

169. Green tea polyphenol EGCG suppresses cigarette smoke


condensate-induced NF-kappaB activation in normal human
bronchial epithelial cells/ Syed DN …[et al.]
Oncogene [Oncogene], ISSN: 0950-9232, 2007 Feb 1; Vol. 26 (5),
p. 673-682
Keywords: Anticarcinogenic; Bronchi drug; Catechin analogs;
NF-kappa B metabolism; Smoke; Green tea

170. Green tea polyphenol (-) -epigallocatechin-3-gallate promotes the


rapid protein kinase C- and proteasome-mediated degradation of
Bad: implications for neuroprotection/ Kalfon L, Youdim MB,
Mandel SA
Journal of Neurochemistry [J Neurochem], ISSN: 0022-3042,
2007 Feb; Vol. 100 (4), p. 992-1002
Keywords:Catechin analogs; Gene expression; Drug effects;
Neuroprotective agents; Proteasome
endopeptidase; Complex pharmacology; Protein
kinase C; bcl-associated death; Proteins;
Metabolism

171. Green tea polyphenol induces caspase 14 in epidermal


keratinocytes via MAPK pathways and reduces psoriasiform
lesions in the flaky skin mouse model/ Hsu S …[et al.]
Experimental Dermatology [Exp Dermatol], ISSN: 0906-6705,
2007 Aug; Vol. 16 (8), p. 678-684
Keywords:Caspases; Metabolism; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Keratinocytes; Drug effects;

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Psoriasis; Green tea

172. Green tea polyphenols reduce autoimmune symptoms in a murine


model for human Sjogren's syndrome and protect human salivary
acinar cells from TNF-alpha-induced cytotoxicity/ Hsu SD …[et
al.]
Autoimmunity [Autoimmunity], ISSN: 0891-6934, 2007 Mar; Vol.
40 (2), p. 138-147
Keywords:Autoimmunity; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Plant extracts; Salivary glands;
Drug effects; Sjogren's syndrome; Green tea;
Chemistry; Tumor necrosis factor

173. Idebenone, green tea, and coffeeberry extract: new and innovative
antioxidants/ Farris P
Dermatologic Therapy [Dermatol Ther], ISSN: 1529-8019, 2007
Sep-Oct; Vol. 20 (5), p. 322-329
Keywords:Antioxidants; Dosage; Tea; Coffee; Chemistry;
Plant extracts; Pharmacology; Skin aging; Drug
effects

174. Immobilised tyrosinase-based biosensor for the detection of tea


polyphenols/ Abhijith KS …[et al.]
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry [Anal Bioanal Chem],
ISSN: 1618-2650, 2007 Dec; Vol. 389 (7-8), p. 2227-2234
Keywords:Biosensing techniques; Enzymes; Immobilized
chemistry; Flavonoids; Phenols; Chemical analysis;
Monophenol monooxygenase; Tea

175. Inhibition of intestinal tumorigenesis in Apc(min/+) mice by green


tea polyphenols (polyphenon E) and individual catechins/ Hao X
…[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2007; Vol.
59 (1), p. 62-69
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic agents; Dosage; Catechin; Diet;
Intestinal neoplasms; Drug therapy; Tea;
Chemistry

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176. Intake of coffee and tea and risk of ovarian cancer: a prospective
cohort study/ Silvera SA …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 0163-5581, 2007; Vol.
58 (1), p. 22-27
Keywords:Tea; Coffee; Adverse effects; Ovarian neoplasms;
Epidemiology; Etiology

177. Lead and copper levels in tea samples marketed in Beijing, China/
Qin F, Chen W
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2007 Sep; Vol. 79
(3), p. 247-250
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Copper; Lead; Chemical
analysis; Food contamination; Soil pollutants

178. Mechanisms and effects of green tea on cardiovascular health/


Basu A, Lucas EA
Nutrition Reviews [Nutr Rev], ISSN: 0029-6643, 2007 Aug; Vol.
65 (8 Pt 1), p. 361-375
Keywords:Antioxidants; Cardiovascular diseases;
Epidemiology; Catechin; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Pharmacokinetics; Tea; Chemistry

179. Methylation suppresses the proteasome-inhibitory function of


green tea polyphenols/ Landis-Piwowar KR …[et al.]
Journal of Cellular Physiology [J Cell Physiol], ISSN: 0021-9541,
2007 Oct; Vol. 213 (1), p. 252-260
Keywords: Flavonoids; Phenols; Pharmacology; Proteosome
endopeptidase; Green tea

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180. Modulatory effects of black tea polyphenols on oxidant-
antioxidant profile and expression of proliferation, apoptosis, and
angiogenesis-associated proteins in the rat forestomach
carcinogenesis model/ Murugan RS …[et al.]
Journal of Gastroenterology [J Gastroenterol], ISSN: 0944-1174,
2007 May; Vol. 42 (5), p. 352-361
Keywords:Antioxidants; Oxidants; Metabolism; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Proteins; Carcinogenesis; Black tea

181. Neurorescue activity, APP regulation and amyloid-beta peptide


reduction by novel multi-functional brain permeable iron-
chelating- antioxidants, M-30 and green tea polyphenol, EGCG/
Avramovich-Tirosh Y …[et al.]
Current Alzheimer Research [Curr Alzheimer Res], ISSN: 1567-
2050, 2007 Sep; Vol. 4 (4), p. 403-411
Keywords:Amyloid beta-protein; Metabolism; Antioxidants;
Pharmacology; Apoptosis; Drug effects; Catechin;
Hydroxyquinolines

182. Patch testing with thin-layer chromatograms of chamomile tea in


patients allergic to sesquiterpene lactones/ Lundh K …[et al.]
Contact Dermatitis [Contact Dermatitis], ISSN: 0105-1873, 2007
Oct; Vol. 57 (4), p. 218-223
Keywords: Allergens; Diagnostic use; Chamomile; Dermatitis,
Allergic contact; Etiology; Lactones;
Sesquiterpenes; Adverse effects; Tea

183. Persistence of napropamide in/on tea under North-East Indian


climatic condition/ Biswas PK …[et al.]
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2007 Nov; Vol. 79
(5), p. 566-569
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Herbicides; Naphthalenes;
Chemistry; Soil analysis

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184. Polyamines in tea processing/ Palavan-Unsal N, Arisan ED,
Terzioglu S
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition [Int J Food
Sci Nutr], ISSN: 0963-7486, 2007 Jun; Vol. 58 (4), p. 304-311
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Tea; Metabolism; Food
handling; methods; Polyamines analysis

185. Productivity and biochemical properties of green tea in response to


full-length and functional fragments of HpaG Xooc, a harpin
protein from the bacterial rice leaf streak pathogen Xanthomonas
oryzae pv. oryzicola/ Wu X …[et al.]
Journal of Biosciences [J Biosci], ISSN: 0250-5991, 2007 Sep;
Vol. 32 (6), p. 1119-1131
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Metabolism; Oryza sativa;
Microbiology; Peptide; Plant diseases; Tea;
Xanthomonas; Pathogenicity

186. Photoprotective effects of green tea polyphenols/ Yusuf N …[et


al.]
Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine
[Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed], ISSN: 0905-4383,
2007 Feb; Vol. 23 (1), p. 48-56
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic agents; Pharmacology;
Ultraviolet rays; Flavonoids; Phenols; Chemistry;
Skin neoplasms; Sunburn; Sunscreening ;Tea

187. Reading the tea leaves: anticarcinogenic properties of (-)-


epigallocatechin-3-gallate/ Carlson JR …[et al.]
Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Mayo Clinic [Mayo Clin Proc], ISSN:
0025-6196, 2007 Jun; Vol. 82 (6), p. 725-732
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic; Agents therapeutic;
Antioxidants; Catechin analogs; Neoplasms
prevention; Epigallocatechin gallate; Tea

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188. Salivary hydrogen peroxide produced by holding or chewing green
tea in the oral cavity/ Lambert JD …[et al.]
Free Radical Research [Free Radic Res], ISSN: 1071-5762, 2007
Jul; Vol. 41 (7), p. 850-853
Keywords:Catechin; Dental caries; Hydrogen peroxide;
Metabolism; Saliva physiology; Green tea

189. Selective microbiologic effects of tea extract on certain antibiotics


against Escherichia coli in vitro/ Neyestani TR, Khalaji N,
Gharavi A
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York,
N.Y.) [J Altern Complement Med], ISSN: 1075-5535, 2007 Dec;
Vol. 13 (10), p. 1119-1124
Keywords:Anti bacterial agents; Pharmacology; Camellia
sinensis; Escherichia coli; Drug effects; Tea

190. Serological detection and immunogold localization of cross-


reactive antigens shared by Camellia sinensis and Exobasidium
vexans/ Chakraborty BN, Sharma M
Journal of Applied Microbiology [J Appl Microbiol], ISSN: 1364-
5072, 2007 Nov; Vol. 103 (5), p. 1669-1680
Keywords:Antigens analysis; Basidiomycota; Immunology;
Camellia sinensis; Food microbiology; Plant
diseases; Tea

191. Source density analysis of the human EEG after ingestion of a


drink containing decaffeinated extract of green tea enriched with
L-theanine and theogallin/ Dimpfel W …[et al.]
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1028-415X,
2007 Jun-Aug; Vol. 10 (3-4), p. 169-180
Keywords:Brain physiology; Electroencephalography; Drug
effects; Gallic acid; Glutamates; Pharmacology;
Plant extracts; Quinic acid; Tea

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192. Study on reduction of acrylamide in fried bread sticks by addition
of antioxidant of bamboo leaves and extract of green tea/ Zhang Y,
Zhang Y
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2007; Vol. 16 Suppl 1, p. 131-136
Keywords: Acrylamide analysis; Antioxidants; Pharmacology;
Bread analysis; Food additives; Food
contamination; Tea

193. Study on the antioxidant activity of tea flowers (Camellia


sinensis)/ Yang Z …[et al.]
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2007; Vol. 16 Suppl 1, p. 148-152
Keywords: Antioxidants analysis; Antioxidants; Free radicals;
Scavengers chemistry; Hydroxyl radical; Tea

194. Suppression of influenza A virus nuclear antigen production and


neuraminidase activity by a nutrient mixture containing ascorbic
acid, green tea extract and amino acids/ Jariwalla RJ …[et al.]
Biofactors (Oxford, England) [Biofactors], ISSN: 0951-6433,
2007; Vol. 31 (1), pp. 1-15
Keywords:Acetylcysteine; Ascorbic acid; Pharmacology;
Influenza; Lysine; Neuraminidase; Proline; RNA-
binding; Protein biosynthesis; Tea

195. Tea and coffee drinking and ovarian cancer risk: results from the
Netherlands Cohort Study and a meta-analysis/ Steevens J …[et
al.]
British Journal of Cancer [Br J Cancer], ISSN: 0007-0920, 2007
Nov 5; Vol. 97 (9), p. 1291-1294
Keywords: Beverages; Coffee; Drinking behavior; Ovarian
epidemiology; Tea

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196. Tea and lycopene protect against prostate cancer/ Jian L, Lee AH,
Binns CW
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2007; Vol. 16 Suppl 1, p. 453-457
Keywords: Carotenoids; Dosage; Prostatic neoplasms; Tea

197. Tea beverage in chemoprevention and chemotherapy of prostate


cancer/ Siddiqui IA …[et al.]
Acta Pharmacologica Sinica [Acta Pharmacol Sin], ISSN: 1671-
4083, 2007 Sep; Vol. 28 (9), p. 1392-1408
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic agents; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Therapeutic; Prostatic neoplasms; Tea

198. Tea polyphenols inhibit rat vascular smooth muscle cell adhesion
and migration on collagen and laminin via interference with cell-
ECM interaction/ Lo HM …[et al.]
Journal of Biomedical Science [J Biomed Sci], ISSN: 1021-7770,
2007 Sep; Vol. 14 (5), p. 637-645
Keywords: Antioxidants; Pharmacology; Catechin; Myocytes;
Smooth muscle; Drug effects; Tea

199. Use of tea extracts (Camelia sinensis) in jelly candies as


polyphenols sources in human diet/ Gramza-Michalowska A,
Regula J
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2007; Vol. 16 Suppl 1, p. 43-46
Keywords:Antioxidants; Candy analysis; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Food Technology; Plant extracts;
Tea

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PROQUEST

200. Effect of nitrogen form and root-zone pH on growth and


nitrogen uptake of tea (Camellia sinensis) plants/ Jianyun Ruan
…[ et al. ]
Annals of Botany. Oxford:Feb 2007. Vol. 99, Iss. 2, p. 301-
310
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Nitrogen; Root; Nutrient
uptake

201. Research progress on isolation and cloning of functional genes


in tea plants/ Chunlei Ma, Liang Chen
Frontiers of Agriculture in China. Dordrecht:Oct 2007. Vol. 1,
Iss. 4, p. 449-455
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Cloning; Genes

202. Single GUV method reveals interaction of tea catechin (-)-


epigallocatechin gallate with lipid membranes/ Yukihiro Tamba
…[ et al. ]
Biophysical Journal. New York:May 1, 2007. Vol. 92, Iss. 9,
p. 3178-3194
Keywords:Tea; Catechin; Epigallocatechin gallate; Lipid
membranes

203. Use of refused tea as litter material for broiler chickens/ N S B


M Atapattu, K Pickramasinghe
Poultry Science. Savoy:May 2007. Vol. 86, Iss. 5, p. 968-972
Keywords: Tea; Litter material; Broiler chickens

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SCIENCEDIRECT

204. Antioxidant activity of Camellia sinensis leaves and tea from a


lowland plantation in Malaysia/ E.W.C. Chan, Y.Y. Lim, Y.L.
Chew
Food Chemistry, Volume 102, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1214-1222, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Fresh leaves; Tea; Lowland;
Highland; Phenolic content; Antioxidant activity

205. Antioxidant activity of various extracts of old tea leaves and black
tea wastes (Camellia sinensis L.)/ Reza Farhoosh …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 100, Issue 1, 2007, p. 231-236, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Antioxidant activity; Tea extracts; Extraction
method; Old tea leaves; Black tea wastes

206. Arsenic species and leaching characters in tea (Camellia


sinensis)/ Chungang Yuan …[ et al. ]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 45, Issue 12, December
2007, p. 2381-2389, ISSN 0278-6915
Keywords: Tea; Arsenic; Leaching characters

207. Characterization of volatile components of Kangra orthodox


black tea by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry/ Renu Rawat
…[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 105, Issue 1, 2007, p. 229-235, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Black tea; Volatile components;
Hydrosol; Hydrodistillation; Clevenger type
apparatus; Mini distillation apparatus

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208. Comparative studies on the qualities of green teas in Karst and
non-Karst areas of Yichang, Hubei Province, PR China/ Tao Li
…[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 103, Issue 1, 2007, p. 71-74, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords: Green tea; Karst; Proline; Polyphenols; Caffeine;
Aluminum; Fluorides

209. Effects of cosolvents on the decaffeination of green tea by


supercritical carbon dioxide/ Hyong Seok Park …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 105, Issue 3, 2007, p. 1011-1017, ISSN
0308-8146,
Keywords: Supercritical carbon dioxide; Green tea; Caffeine;
Catechin; Decaffeination

210. Effects of planting density on the productivity and water use of


tea (Camellia sinensis L.) clones: I. Measurement of water use in
young tea using sap flow meters with a stem heat balance method/
Julius M. Kigalu
Agricultural Water Management, Volume 90, Issue 3, 16 June
2007, p. 224-232, ISSN 0378-3774
Keywords: Evapotranspiration; Irrigation; Plant density; Sap
flow; Stem heat balance method; Tea; Water use

211. Evaluation of antioxidant activity of aqueous extract of some


selected nutraceutical herbs/ Hui-Yin Chen …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 104, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1418-1424, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Psidium guajava; Camellia sinensis; Toona
sinensis; Rosemarinus officinalis; Plant extracts;
Antioxidant activity

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212. Decaffeination of fresh green tea leaf (Camellia sinensis) by hot
water treatment/ Huiling Liang …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 101, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1451-1456, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords: Decaffeinated tea; Green tea; Black tea; Caffeine;
Catechin; HPLC; Polyphenol oxidase

213. Impact of heating on chemical compositions of green tea liquor/


E.S. Kim …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 103, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1263-1267, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Ready-to-drink tea; Heating
processing; Catechin; Volatile constituent; Colour
difference; HPLC

214. Leaching and bioavailability of aluminium, copper and


manganese from tea (Camellia sinensis)/ Mehra, C.L. Baker
Food Chemistry, Volume 100, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1456-1463, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Aluminum; Copper;
Manganese; Nutrient availability; Leaching; Tea
infusions

215. Oxidative coupling of the pyrogallol B-ring with a galloyl group


during enzymatic oxidation of epigallocatechin 3-O-gallate/ Yan
Li, Takashi Tanaka, Isao Kouno
Phytochemistry, Volume 68, Issue 7, April 2007, p. 1081-1088,
ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Black tea; Polyphenol;
Oxidation

216. PGPR-induced defense responses in the tea plant against blister


blight disease/ D.Saravanakumar …[ et al. ]
Crop Protection, Volume 26, Issue 4, April 2007, p. 556-565,
ISSN 0261-2194
Keywords: PGPR; Bioformulations; Defense enzymes; Blister

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blight; Biotrophs; Exobasidium vexans

217. Simultaneous analysis of purine alkaloids and catechins in


Camellia sinensis, Camellia ptilophylla and Camellia assamica
var. kucha by HPLC/ Xiao Rong Yang …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 100, Issue 3, 2007, p. 1132-1136, ISSN
0308-8146
Keywords: Alkaloids; Catechin; Camellia sinensis; Camellia
ptilophylla; Camellia assamica; Dry leaves;
Chemical analysis

218. Soil microbial biomass and activity in Chinese tea gardens of


varying stand age and productivity/ Wenyan Han …[ et al. ]
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Volume 39, Issue 7, July 2007, p.
1468-1478, ISSN 0038-0717,
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Soil microbial biomass;
Phospholipid fatty acid; Acid soils

219. Use of green tea (Camellia sinensis) leaf flavan-3-ol composition


in predicting plain black tea quality potential/ P. Okinda Owuor,
Martin Obanda
Food Chemistry, Volume 100, Issue 3, 2007, p. 873-884, ISSN
0308-8146,
Keywords: Clonal tea; Flavanols; Theaflavins; Brightness;
Colour; Sensory evaluation; Kenya

TEEAL
220. Additive effects of green tea on fermented juice of epiphytic lactic
acid bacteria (FJLB) and the fermentative quality of rhodesgrass
silage/ Bureenok S. …[ et al. ]
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2007, 20 (6), p.
920-924
Keywords: Butyric acid; Feed additives; Fermentation; Grass
silage; Green tea; Lactic acid; Pasture plants; Silage

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making; Tea

221. Antimicrobial activity of olive oil, vinegar, and various beverages


against foodborne pathogens/ Medina E. …[ et al. ]
Journal of Food Protection, 2007, 70 (5), p. 1194-1199
Keywords: Antimicrobial properties; Beers; Beverages; Coffee;
Food contamination; Foodborne; Fruit juices;
Green tea; Microbial contamination; Milk
products; Olive oil

222. Antioxidant activity of various extracts of old tea leaves and black
tea wastes (Camellia sinensis L.)/ Farhoosh R., Golmovahhed G.A,
Khodaparast M.H.H
Food Chemistry, 2007, 100 (1), p. 231-236
Keywords:Agricultural wastes; Antioxidant properties;
Leaves; Plant extracts; Tea; Iran; Camellia sinensis

223. Antioxidative and anti-hydrogen peroxide activities of various


herbal teas/Aoshima H; Hirata S, Ayabe S
Food Chemistry, 2007, 103 (2), p. 617-622
Keywords:Antioxidants; Catechin; Hydrogen peroxide; pH;
Polyphenols; Hydrogen; Ion

224. Behaviour of some organophosphorus pesticide residues in


peppermint tea during the infusion process/ Ozbey A, Uygun U
Food Chemistry, 2007, 104 (1), p. 237-241
Keywords:Chlorpyrifos; Dimethoate; Fenitrothion; Food
safety; Pesticide residues; Tea; Toxic; Chlorpyrifos;
Poisons; Camellia sinensis; Mentha piperita

225. Camellia oil and its distillate fractions effectively inhibit the
spontaneous metastasis of mouse melanoma BL6 cells/ Miura D,
Kida Y, Nojima H
FEBS Letters, 2007, 581 (13), p. 2541-2548
Keywords:Chemical composition; Cotton; In Vitro; Medicinal
plants; Tea; Drug plants; Medicinal herbs; Camellia
sinensis; Gossypium

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226. Changes in content of organic acids and tea polyphenols during
kombucha tea fermentation/ Jayabalan R, Marimuthu S,
Swaminathan K
Food Chemistry, 2007, 102 (1), p. 392-398
Keywords: Citric acid; Epicatechin; Fermentation; Green tea;
Organic salts; Polyphenols; Tea; Theaflavine

227. Characterization of volatile components of Kangra orthodox black


tea by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry/ Renu Rawat…[ et
al ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 105 (1), p. 229-235
Keywords:Geraniol; Linalool; Tea; Terpenoids; Epoxylinalool;
Furanoid; Gas chromatography; Methyl salicylate;
Terpenes; Volatile components; Camellia sinensis

228. Comparison of NO-scavenging and NO-suppressing activities of


different herbal teas with those of green tea/Tsai PoJung. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 103 (1), p. 181-187
Keywords:Antioxidants; Green tea; In-Vitro; Jasmine;
Extracts; Tea; Oleales; Camellia sinensis;
Cymbopogon citratus; Cymbopogon nardus;
Lavandula; Osmanthus; Rosa; Rosmarinus
officinalis

229. Control of Clostridium perfringens spores by green tea leaf extracts


during cooling of cooked ground beef, chicken, and pork/Juneja
V.K.
Journal of Food Protection, 2007, 70 (6), p. 1429-1433
Keywords:Bacterial; Extracts; Food contamination; Green tea;
Pigmeat; Poultry; Tea; Chickens; Pork;
Clostridium perfringens

230. Decaffeination of fresh green tea leaf (Camellia sinensis) by hot


water treatment/ Liang-HuiLing …[ et al.]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 101 (4), p. 1451-1456
Keywords: Caffeine; Extracts; Flavanols; Green tea; Removal;

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Camellia sinensis

231. Effects of tea polyphenols on the activities of alpha -amylase,


pepsin, trypsin and lipase/ He Qiang …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 101 (3), p. 1178-1182
Keywords:Alpha amylase; Digestive tract; Enzymes; Pepsin;
Polyphenols; Tea; Triacylglycerol; Trypsin; Lipase;
Camellia sinensis

232. Evaluation of antioxidant activity of aqueous extract of some


selected nutraceutical herbs/Chen HuiYin …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 104 (4), p. 1418-1424
Keywords:Antioxidant;Free radicals; Guavas; Oxidation;
Plant extracts; Rosemary; Tea; Camellia sinensis;
Psidium guajava; Rosmarinus officinalis; Toona
sinensis

233. Factors affecting compost tea as a potential source of Escherichia


coli and Salmonella on fresh produce/Ingram D.T, Millner P.D.
Journal of Food Protection, 2007, 70 (4), p. 828-834
Keywords:Bacterial; Composts; Food contamination; Food
safety; Growth; Pathogens; Bacterial infections;
Bacterioses; Fecal coliforms; Escherichia coli;
Salmonella enteritidis

234. Impact of heating on chemical compositions of green tea


liquor/Kim E.S
Food Chemistry, 2007, 103 (4), p. 1263-1267
Keywords:Chemical composition; Epicatechin; Flavanols;
Green tea; Linalool; Pasteurization; Epicatechin
gallate; Epigallocatechin gallate; Hexenol; Ionone;
Pasteurizing; Pentanol

235. Inhibition of hepatic glucose 6-phosphatase system by the green tea


flavanol epigallocatechin gallate/Csala M. …[ et al. ]
FEBS Letters, 2007, 581 (8), p. 1693-1698
Keywords:Enzymes; Flavanols; Green tea; In-Vitro;

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Microsomes; Camellia sinensis

236. Nutritive value for ruminants of green tea grounds as a replacement


of brewers' grains in totally mixed ration silage/ Xu ChunCheng
…[ et al.]
Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2007, 138 (3-4), p. 228-238
Keywords: Ammonium; Crude protein; Diet; Digestibility; Dry
matter; Feed intake; Green tea; Lactic acid;
Nitrogen; Nutritive value. Organic matter; Rumen;
Silage; Sheep

237. Obesity and thermogenesis related to the consumption of caffeine,


ephedrine, capsaicin, and green tea/ Diepvens K. …[ et al. ]
American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and
Comparative Physiology, 2007, 292 (1), p. R77-R85
Keywords:Animals; Body weight; Caffeine; Capsaicin;
Humans; Obesity; Tea; Thermogenesis

238. Simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of caffeine and


theobromine in Iranian tea by artificial neural networks and its
comparison with PLS/ Khanchi A.R. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 103 (3), p. 1062-1068
Keywords:Analytical methods; Caffeine; Determination;
Neural networks; Spectrophotometry; Tea;
Theobromine; Iran; Camellia sinensis

239. Soil microbial biomass and activity in Chinese tea gardens of


varying stand age and productivity/ Han WenYan, Kemmitt S.J.,
Brookes P.C
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2007, 39 (7), p. 1468-1478
Keywords:Acid soils; Exchangeable aluminum; Microbial
activities; Mineralization; Nitrification; Nitrogen;
Organic carbon; Phosphorus; Productivity; Soil
organic; Tea; China

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240. Suppression of free-radicals and protection against H2O2-induced
oxidative damage in HPF-1 cell by oxidized phenolic compounds
present in black tea/ Yang ZiYin….[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 105 (4), p. 1349-1356
Keywords:Antioxidants; Flavanols; Free radicals; Hydrogen
peroxide; Oxidation; Theaflavine; Black tea;
Theabrownins; Thearubigin; Camellia sinensis

241. Total content and speciation of aluminium in tea leaves and tea
infusions/ Street R. …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, 2007, 104 (4), p. 1662-1669
Keywords:Aluminum; Chemical speciation; Leaves; Lemon
juice; Metals; Tea; Camellia sinensis

242. Use of green tea (Camellia sinensis) leaf flavan-3-ol composition in


predicting plain black tea quality potential/ Owuor P.O, Obanda.
M
Food Chemistry, 2007, 100 (3), p. 873-884
Keywords:Chemical composition; Clones; Crop quality;
Epicatechin; Flavanols; Leaves; Plant composition;
Green tea; Theaflavine; Kenya; Chemical
constituents; Camellia sinensis

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2008

EBSCO

243. Antibacterial effects of green tea polyphenols on clinical isolates


of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus/ Cho YS, Schiller
NL, Oh KH
Current Microbiology [Curr Microbiol], ISSN: 1432-0991, 2008
Dec; Vol. 57 (6), p. 542-546
Keywords:Antibacterial effects; Camellia sinensis; Flavonoids;
Methicillin; Staphylococcus aureus; Drug effects;
Phenols; Pharmacology

244. Assessment of the impact of pesticide residues on microbiological


and biochemical parameters of tea garden soils in India/ Bishnu A
…[et al.]
Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part. B, Pesticides,
Food Contaminants, And Agricultural Wastes [J Environ Sci
Health B], ISSN: 1532-4109, 2008 Nov; Vol. 43 (8), p. 723-731
Keywords: Agricultural methods; Pesticide residues analysis;
Soil standards; Soil pollutants; Tea

245. Black tea polyphenols mimic insulin/insulin-like growth factor-1


signalling to the longevity factor FOXO1a/ Cameron AR …[ et
al.]
Aging Cell [Aging Cell], ISSN: 1474-9726, 2008 Jan; Vol. 7 (1),
p. 69-77
Keywords:Biflavonoids; Catechin; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Forkhead transcription; Insulin metabolism;
Pharmacology; Black tea

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246. Black tea polyphenols modulate xenobiotic-metabolizing
enzymes, oxidative stress and adduct formation in a rat
hepatocarcinogenesis model/ Murugan RS… [ et al. ]
Free Radical Research [Free Radic Res], ISSN: 1029-2470, 2008
Oct; Vol. 42 (10), p. 873-884
Keywords: Anticarcinogenic; Camellia sinensis; DNA adducts;
Enzymes; Liver neoplasms, Drug therapy;
Oxidative stress; Drug effects; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Xenobiotics; Metabolism

247. Cancer prevention by tea and tea polyphenols/ Yang CS… [ et al. ]
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2008; Vol. 17 Suppl 1, p. 245-248
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic; Flavonoids; Neoplasms; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Tea

248. Cell signaling pathways and iron chelation in the neurorestorative


activity of green tea polyphenols: special reference to
epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)/ Mandel SA … [ et al. ]
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease: JAD [J Alzheimers Dis], ISSN:
1387-2877, 2008 Oct; Vol. 15 (2), p. 211-222
Keywords:Catechin; Flavonoids; Iron; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Signal transduction; Drug effects;
Tea

249. Challenge of developing green tea polyphenols as therapeutic


agents/ Huo C … [et al. ]
Wan Inflammopharmacology [Inflammopharmacology], ISSN:
0925-4692, 2008 Oct; Vol. 16 (5), p. 248-252
Keywords:Catechin analogs; Polyphenols; Green tea;
Chemistry

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250. Characterization of acetanilide herbicides degrading bacteria
isolated from tea garden soil/ Wang YS …[et al.]
Microbial Ecology [Microb Ecol], ISSN: 0095-3628, 2008 Apr;
Vol. 55 (3), p. 435-443
Keywords:Acetanilides; Bacillus; Herbicides; Metabolism;
Soil microbiology

251. Concentration of heavy metals in various children's herbal tea


types and their correlations/ Haban M …[et al.]
Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part. B, Pesticides,
Food Contaminants, And Agricultural Wastes [J Environ Sci
Health B], ISSN: 1532-4109, 2008 Aug; Vol. 43 (6), p. 533-538
Keywords:Beverages analysis; Environmental monitoring;
Food contamination; Heavy metals analysis

252. Consumption of functional fermented milk containing borage oil,


green tea and vitamin E enhances skin barrier function/ Puch F
…[et al.]
Experimental Dermatology [Exp Dermatol], ISSN: 1600-0625,
2008 Aug; Vol. 17 (8), p. 668-674
Keywords:Cultured milk; Plant oils; Dosage; Skin physiology;
Drug effects; Green tea; Vitamin E

253. Consumption of green tea alters glial fibriliary acidic protein


immunoreactivity in the spinal cord astrocytes of STZ-diabetic
rats/ Renno WM …[et al.]
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1476-8305, 2008
Feb; Vol. 11 (1), p. 32-40
Keywords:Astrocytes; Diabetes mellitus; Metabolism;
Therapy; Glial fibrillary acid; Proteins; Spinal
cord; Pathology; Tea

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254. Comparison of the relative dissipation rates of endosulfan
pesticide residues between oolong and green tea/ Xia H, Ma X, Tu
Y
Food Additives & Contaminants. Part A, Chemistry, Analysis,
Control, Exposure & Risk Assessment [Food Addit Contam Part A
Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess], ISSN: 1944-0057, 2008
Jan; Vol. 25 (1), p. 70-75
Keywords: Endosulfan; Food contamination; Food handling;
Insecticides; Pesticide residues; Tea

255. Determination of aluminium and zinc in Iranian consumed tea/


Moghaddam MA …[et al.]
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment [Environ Monit
Assess], ISSN: 0167-6369, 2008 Sep; Vol. 144 (1-3), p. 23-30
Keywords: Aluminum; Zinc; Beverages; Trace elements ; Tea

256. Dietary green tea polyphenols do not affect vitamin E status,


antioxidant capacity and meat quality of growing pigs/ Augustin K
…[et al.]
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition [J Anim
Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl)], ISSN: 1439-0396, 2008 Dec; Vol. 92
(6), p. 705-711
Keywords:Flavonoids; Meat standards; Nutritional status;
Phenols; Green tea; Pharmacology; Swine; Tea;
Vitamin E

257. Differential effects of a green tea-derived polyphenol (-)-


epigallocatechin-3-gallate on the acidosis-induced decrease in the
Ca(2+) sensitivity of cardiac and skeletal muscle/ Liou YM, Kuo
SC, Hsieh SR
Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology [Pflugers Arch],
ISSN: 0031-6768, 2008 Aug; Vol. 456 (5), p. 787-800
Keywords: Acidosis physiopathology; Antioxidants; Calcium;
Catechin analogs; Heart; Drug effects; Skeletal
muscle; Myocardium; Metabolisme

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258. Effect of a prodrug of the green tea polyphenol (-)-
epigallocatechin-3-gallate on the growth of androgen-independent
prostate cancer in vivo/ Lee SC …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 1532-7914, 2008; Vol.
60 (4), p. 483-491
Keywords: Androgens; Catechin analogs; Cell division; Drug
effects; Prodrugs; Pharmacology; Prostatic
neoplasms; Pathology; Tea

259. Effect of green tea on iron status and oxidative stress in iron-
loaded rats/ Ounjaijean S …[et al.]
Medicinal Chemistry (Shāriqah (United Arab Emirates)) [Med
Chem], ISSN: 1573-4064, 2008 Jul; Vol. 4 (4), p. 365-370
Keywors: Iron; Bblood; Pharmacology; Oxidative stress; Drug
effects; Green tea

260. Effect of green tea on simvastatin tolerability/ Werba JP …[et al.]


Annals of Internal Medicine [Ann Intern Med], ISSN: 1539-3704,
2008 Aug 19; Vol. 149 (4), p. 286-287
Keywords:Anticholesteremic; Drug effects; Simvastatin;
Green tea

261. Effect of tea saponin on methanogenesis, microbial community


structure and expression of mcrA gene, in cultures of rumen
micro-organisms/ Guo YQ …[et al.]
Letters in Applied Microbiology [Lett Appl Microbiol], ISSN:
1472-765X, 2008 Nov; Vol. 47 (5), p. 421-426
Keywords:Agents pharmacology; Saponins; Bacteria;
Methane; Metabolism; Oxidoreductases;
Biosynthesis; Rumen; Tea

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262. Effects of aqueous green tea extract on activities of DNA turn-
over enzymes in cancerous and non-cancerous human gastric and
colon tissues/ Ergüder IB …[et al.]
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine [Altern Ther Health
Med], ISSN: 1078-6791, 2008 May-Jun; Vol. 14 (3), p. 30-33
Keywords: Adenosine deaminase; Drug effects; Antioxidants;
Colonic neoplasms; DNA; Plant extracts;
Pharmacology; Stomach neoplasms; Xanthine
oxidase; Green tea

263. Effects of black and green tea consumption on blood glucose


levels in non-obese elderly men and women from Mediterranean
Islands (MEDIS epidemiological study)/ Polychronopoulos E
…[et al.]
European Journal of Nutrition [Eur J Nutr], ISSN: 1436-6207,
2008 Feb; Vol. 47 (1), p. 10-16
Keywords:Beverages; Blood glucose; Drug effects; Tea;
Thinness blood

264. Effects of green tea polyphenol on methylation status of RECK


gene and cancer cell invasion in oral squamous cell carcinoma
cells/ Kato K….[et al.]
British Journal of Cancer [Br J Cancer], ISSN: 1532-1827, 2008
Aug 19; Vol. 99 (4), p. 647-654
Keywords: Carcinoma cell; Squamous cell; Catechin; DNA
methylation; Drug effects; Membrane
glycoproteins; Neoplasms genetics; Tea

265. Effects of simultaneous intakes of fish oil and green tea extracts
on plasma, glucose, insulin, C-peptide, and adiponectin and on
liver lipid concentrations in mice fed low- and high-fat diets/
Shirai N, Suzuki H
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism [Ann Nutr Metab], ISSN: 1421-
9697, 2008; Vol. 52 (3), p. 241-249
Keywords: Dietary fats; Dosage; Fish oils; Lipid metabolism;

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Drug effects; Liver; Plant extracts; Pharmacology

266. Effectiveness of massage, sucrose solution, herbal tea or


hydrolysed formula in the treatment of infantile colic. Journal of
Clinical Nursing17, 1754-1761/ Eriksson M
Journal of Clinical Nursing [J Clin Nurs], ISSN: 1365-2702, 2008
Nov; Vol. 17 (21), p. 2945-2947; discussion 2947-2948
Keywords: Colic therapy; Infant food; Massage; Sucrose; Tea

267. Efficacy and safety of Chinese black tea (Pu-Ehr) extract in


healthy and hypercholesterolemic subjects/ Fujita H, Yamagami T
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism [Ann Nutr Metab], ISSN: 1421-
9697, 2008; Vol. 53 (1), p. 33-42
Keywords:Cholesterol blood; Hypercholesterolemia; Plant
extracts; Toxicity; Black tea

268. Element composition of tea leaves and tea infusions and its impact
on health/ Shen FM, Chen HW
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2008 Mar; Vol. 80
(3), p. 300-304
Keywords: Plant leaves; Chemistry; Tea

269. Fenvalerate residue level and dissipation in tea and in its infusion/
Sharma A, Gupta M, Shanker A
Food Additives & Contaminants. Part A, Chemistry, Analysis,
Control, Exposure & Risk Assessment [Food Addit Contam Part A
Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess], ISSN: 1944-0057, 2008
Jan; Vol. 25 (1), p. 97-104
Keywords:Food contamination; Insecticides; Nitrites;
Pesticide residues; Plant extracts; Pyrethrins;
Chemical analysis; Tea

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270. Green tea and gastric cancer risk: meta-analysis of epidemiologic
studies/ Zhou Y …[et al.]
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2008; Vol. 17 (1), p. 159-165
Keywords:Beverages; Stomach neoplasms; Epidemiology;
Disease control; Tea

271. Green tea catechins and cardiovascular health: an update/ Babu


PV, Liu D
Current Medicinal Chemistry [Curr Med Chem], ISSN: 0929-
8673, 2008; Vol. 15 (18), p. 1840-1850
Keywords:Cardiovascular diseases; Diseases control; Catechin
analogs; Tea; Metabolism

272. Green tea consumption and liver disease: a systematic review/ Jin
X, Zheng RH, Li YM
Liver International: Official Journal of the International
Association for the Study of the Liver [Liver Int], ISSN: 1478-
3231, 2008 Aug; Vol. 28 (7), p. 990-996
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Liver; Diseases control;
Phytotherapy; Medicinal plants; Tea

273. Green tea consumption and lung cancer risk: the Ohsaki study/ Li
Q …[et al.]
British Journal of Cancer [Br J Cancer], ISSN: 1532-1827, 2008
Oct 7; Vol. 99 (7), p. 1179-1184
Keywords: Lung neoplasms; Epidemiology; Green tea

274. Green tea extract enhances the selective cytotoxic activity of


Zizyphus jujuba extracts in HepG2 cells/ Huang X ….[et al.]
American Journal of Chinese Medicine [Am J Chin Med], ISSN:
0192-415X, 2008; Vol. 36 (4), p. 729-744
Keywords:Apoptosis; Camellia sinensis; Hepatocellular
carcinoma,; Drugs; Chinese herbal; Pharmacology;
Liver neoplasms; Pathology; Tea; Ziziphus

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275. Green tea extracts interfere with the stress-protective activity of
PrP and the formation of PrP/ Rambold AS …[et al.]
Journal of Neurochemistry [J Neurochem], ISSN: 1471-4159,
2008 Oct; Vol. 107 (1), p. 218-29
Keywords:Chinese herbal drugs; Flavonoids; Phenols;
Pharmacology; Oxidative stress; Drug effects;
PrPSc proteins; Prion; Drug therapy

276. Green tea polyphenols as a natural tumour cell proteasome


inhibitor/ Dou QP. …[et al.]
Inflammopharmacology [Inflammopharmacology], ISSN: 0925-
4692, 2008 Oct; Vol. 16 (5), p. 208-212
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic; Pharmacology; Catechin;
Proteasome endopeptidase; Tea

277. Green tea polyphenol EGCG sensitizes human prostate carcinoma


LNCaP cells to TRAIL-mediated apoptosis and synergistically
inhibits biomarkers associated with angiogenesis and metastasis/
Siddiqui IA …[et al.]
Oncogene [Oncogene], ISSN: 1476-5594, 2008 Mar 27; Vol. 27
(14), p. 2055-2063
Keywords:Antineoplastic agents; Apoptosis; Drug effects;
Camellia sinensis; Chemistry; Carcinoma;
Prostatic neoplasms; Metabolism; Catechin
analogs; Drug Resistance, TNF-related apoptosis;
Pharmacology

278. Green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate suppresses


collagen production and proliferation in keloid fibroblasts via
inhibition of the STAT3-signaling pathway/ Park G …[et al.]
Journal of Investigative Dermatology [J Invest Dermatol], ISSN:
1523-1747, 2008 Oct; Vol. 128 (10), p. 2429-2441
Keywords:Catechin; Collagen; Keloid; Metabolism;
Pathology; Transcription factor; Signal

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transduction; Drug effects

279. Green tea seed oil reduces weight gain in C57BL/6J mice and
influences adipocyte differentiation by suppressing peroxisome
proliferator-activated receptor-gamma/ Kim NH …[et al.]
Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology [Pflugers Arch],
ISSN: 0031-6768, 2008 Nov; Vol. 457 (2), p. 293-302
Keywords:Adipocytes; Adipogenesis; Drug effects; Antiobesity
; Pharmacology; Camellia sinensis; Obesity
prevention; PPAR gamma; Metabolism; Plant oils;
Weight gain

280. High level of genetic diversity among the selected accessions of


tea (Camellia sinensis) from abandoned tea gardens in western
Himalaya/ Karthigeyan S …[et al.]
Biochemical Genetics [Biochem Genet], ISSN: 1573-4927, 2008
Dec; Vol. 46 (11-12), p. 810-819
Keywords: Tea; Camellia sinensis; Genetic diversity

281. High-performance thin-layer chromatographic analysis of selected


organophosphorous pesticide residues in tea/ Yue Y …[et al.]
Journal of AOAC International [J AOAC Int], ISSN: 1060-3271,
2008 Sep-Oct; Vol. 91 (5), p. 1210-1217
Keywords:Organophosphorus; Pesticide residues; HPLC; Tea

282. Induction of inflammatory gene expression by THP-1


macrophages cultured in normocholesterolaemic hypertensive sera
and modulatory effects of green tea polyphenols/ Mahajan N …[et
al.]
Journal of Human Hypertension [J Hum Hypertens], ISSN: 0950-
9240, 2008 Feb; Vol. 22 (2), p. 141-143
Keywords:Antioxidants; Flavonoids; Hypertension blood;
Macrophages physiology; Phenols; Pharmacology;
Green tea

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283. Influence of epigallocatechin gallate and phenolic compounds
from green tea on the growth of Oenococcus oeni/ Theobald S
…[et al.]
Journal of Applied Microbiology [J Appl Microbiol], ISSN: 1365-
2672, 2008 Feb; Vol. 104 (2), p. 566-572
Keywords:Antioxidants; Pharmacology; Camellia sinensis;
Catechin; Food microbiology; Leuconostoc

284. Inhibition of mammary tumorigenesis in the C3(1)/SV40 mouse


model by green tea/ Leong H, Mathur PS, Greene GL
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment [Breast Cancer Res Treat],
ISSN: 0167-6806, 2008 Feb; Vol. 107 (3), p. 359-369
Keywords: Animals; Mammary neoplasms; Inhibition; Green
tea

285. L-theanine, a natural constituent in tea, and its effect on mental


state/ Nobre AC, Rao A, Owen GN
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2008; Vol. 17 Suppl 1, p. 167-168
Keywords:Arousal; Attention; Drug effects; Glutamates;
Plant extracts ; Pharmacology; Tea

286. Levels of selected heavy metals in black tea varieties consumed in


Saudi Arabia/ Ashraf W, Mian AA
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology [Bull
Environ Contam Toxicol], ISSN: 0007-4861, 2008 Jul; Vol. 81
(1), p. 101-104
Keywords: Heavy metals; Chemical analysis; Black tea

287. Mechanisms underlying beneficial health effects of tea catechins


to improve insulin resistance and endothelial dysfunction/ Kim JA
Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders Drug Targets [Endocr
Metab Immune Disord Drug Targets], ISSN: 1871-5303, 2008
Jun; Vol. 8 (2), p. 82-88
Keywords: Catechin; Pharmacology; Endothelium; Vascular

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physiology; Insulin; Tea; Vascular diseases

288. Multifunctional effects of green tea catechins on prevention of the


metabolic syndrome/ Ikeda I
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2008; Vol. 17 Suppl 1, pp. 273-274
Keywords:Catechols; Pharmacology; Cholesterol; Dietary
pharmacokinetics; Metabolic syndrome; Green tea

289. Oolong tea extract as a substitute for uranyl acetate in staining of


ultrathin sections/ Sato S …[et al.]
Journal of Microscopy [J Microsc], ISSN: 0022-2720, 2008 Jan;
Vol. 229 (Pt 1), p. 17-20
Keywords: Hepatocytes ultrastructure; Electron microscopy;
Plant extracts; Tea

290. Pesticide usage pattern in tea ecosystem, their retrospects and


alternative measures/ Gurusubramanian G …[et al.]
Journal of Environmental Biology, India [J Environ Biol], ISSN:
0254-8704, 2008 Nov; Vol. 29 (6), p. 813-826
Keywords: Food contamination; Pest control; Pesticides; Tea

291. Polymeric black tea polyphenols inhibit mouse skin chemical


carcinogenesis by decreasing cell proliferation/ Patel R …[et al.]
Cell Proliferation [Cell Prolif], ISSN: 1365-2184, 2008 Jun; Vol.
41 (3), p. 532-553
Keywords:Flavonoids; Phenols; Polymers; Pharmacology;
Precancerous; Skin neoplasms; Pathology; Tea

292. Possible protective effect of green tea intake on risk of adult


leukaemia/ Zhang M …[et al.]
British Journal of Cancer [Br J Cancer], ISSN: 0007-0920, 2008
Jan 15; Vol. 98 (1), p. 168-170
Keywords: Leukemia; Myelogenous; Chronic; Precursor cell;

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Green tea

293. Potential exposure and risk of fluoride intakes from tea drinks
produced in Taiwan/ Lung SC, Cheng HW, Fu CB
Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology [J
Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol], ISSN: 1559-064X, 2008 Mar; Vol.
18 (2), p. 158-166
Keywords: Fluorides; Leaves chemistry; Tea

294. Protective effect of green tea polyphenols on bone loss in middle-


aged female rats/ Shen CL …[et al.]
Osteoporosis International: a Journal established as result of
cooperation between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis
and The National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA
[Osteoporos Int], ISSN: 0937-941X, 2008 Jul; Vol. 19 (7), p. 979-
990
Keywords:Bone density; Drug effects; Glutathione peroxidase;
Osteoporosis; Pharmacology; Tea

295. Psychological effects of dietary components of tea: caffeine and


L-theanine/ Bryan J
Nutrition Reviews [Nutr Rev], ISSN: 0029-6643, 2008 Feb; Vol.
66 (2), p. 82-90
Keywords:Drug effects; Caffeine; Pharmacology; Glutamates;
Tea

296. Randomized controlled trial for an effect of green tea-extract


powder supplementation on glucose abnormalities/ Fukino Y…[et
al.]
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Eur J Clin Nutr], ISSN:
0954-3007, 2008 Aug; Vol. 62 (8), p. 953-960
Keywords:Blood glucose; Drug effects; Diabetes mellitus;
Glycosylated metabolism; Plant extracts;

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Pharmacology; Green tea

297. Safety of green tea extracts : a systematic review by the US


Pharmacopeia/ Sarma DN …[et al.]
Drug Safety: an International Journal of Medical Toxicology and
Drug Experience [Drug Saf], ISSN: 0114-5916, 2008; Vol. 31 (6),
p. 469-484
Keywords: Green tea; Plant extracts; Adverse effects

298. Simultaneous manipulation of multiple brain targets by green tea


catechins: a potential neuroprotective strategy for Alzheimer and
Parkinson diseases/ Mandel SA , Youdim MB
CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics [CNS Neurosci Ther], ISSN:
1755-5949, 2008 Winter; Vol. 14 (4), p. 352-365
Keywords: Alzheimer disease; Drug effects; Catechin; Green
tea; Neuroprotective agents; Pharmacology;
Parkinson

299. Subcutaneous injection, from birth, of epigallocatechin-3-gallate, a


component of green tea, limits the onset of muscular dystrophy in
mdx mice: a quantitative histological, immunohistochemical and
electrophysiological study/ Nakae Y …[et al.]
Histochemistry and Cell Biology [Histochem Cell Biol], ISSN:
0948-6143, 2008 Apr; Vol. 129 (4), p. 489-501
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Catechin; Electrophysiology;
Muscle; Drug effects; Muscular dystrophy;
Duchenne metabolism

300. Synergistic effect of green tea polyphenols on their protection


against FK506-induced cytotoxicity in renal cells/ Hisamura F
…[et al.]
American Journal of Chinese Medicine [Am J Chin Med], ISSN:
0192-415X, 2008; Vol. 36 (3), p. 615-624
Keywords:Apoptosis; Drug effects; Beverages;
Immunosuppressive; Kidney tubules; Proximal
cytology; Phenols; Tacrolimus; Pharmacology

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301. Tea flavonoids and cardiovascular disease/ Hodgson JM
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Asia Pac J Clin Nutr],
ISSN: 0964-7058, 2008; Vol. 17 Suppl 1, p. 288-290
Keywords:Cardiovascular diseases; Vascular endothelium;
Drug effects; Flavonoids; Pharmacology; Tea

302. Tea polyphenols benefit vascular function/ Yung LM …[et al.]


Inflammopharmacology [Inflammopharmacology], ISSN: 0925-
4692, 2008 Oct; Vol. 16 (5), p. 230-234
Keywords:Atherosclerosis; Flavonoids; Hypertension;
Phenols; Pharmacology; Tea

303. Theaflavin-3-gallate and theaflavin-3'-gallate, polyphenols in


black tea with prooxidant properties/ Babich H …[et al.]
Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology [Basic Clin
Pharmacol Toxicol], ISSN: 1742-7843, 2008 Jul; Vol. 103 (1), p.
66-74
Keywords:Antineoplastic agents; Biflavonoids; Catechin;
Flavonoids; Gallic acid; Phenols; Pharmacology;
Black tea

304. Time for tea: mood, blood pressure and cognitive performance
effects of caffeine and theanine administered alone and together/
Rogers PJ …[et al.]
Psychopharmacology [Psychopharmacology (Berl)], ISSN: 0033-
3158, 2008 Jan; Vol. 195 (4), p. 569-577
Keywords:Drug effects; Blood pressure; Caffeine; Cognition;
Glutamates; Pharmacology; Tea

305. Vulval allergic contact dermatitis due to peppermint oil in herbal


tea/ Vermaat H …[et al.]
Contact Dermatitis [Contact Dermatitis], ISSN: 1600-0536, 2008
Jun; Vol. 58 (6), p. 364-365
Keywords: Beverages; Dermatitis; Plant oils; Vulvitis etiology

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PROQUEST

306. Accounting for spatial variability in field experiments on tea/


Tuspeiris, S Samita, W H D Veronica
Experimental Agriculture. Cambridge:Oct 2008. Vol. 44, Iss. 4,
p. 547-557
Keywords: Tea; Spatial variability; Accounting

307. Diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with the


rhizosphere of tea growing in 'natural' and 'cultivated' ecosites/
Shipra Singh …[ et al. ]
Biology and Fertility of Soils. Berlin:Feb 2008. Vol. 44, Iss. 3, p.
491-500
Keywords:Tea; Arbuscular mycorrhiza; Rhizosphere;
Ecosites

308. Green tea catechin enhances cholesterol 7[alpha]-hydroxylase


gene expression in HepG2 cells/ Mak Soon Lee …[ et al. ]
British Journal of Nutrition. Cambridge:Jun 2008. Vol. 99, Iss. 6,
p. 1182-1185
Keywords: Green tea; Catechin; Gene expression

309. Green tea extract protects leptin-deficient, spontaneously obese


mice from hepatic steatosis and injury1,2/ Richard S Bruno …[ et
al. ]
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Feb 2008. Vol. 138, Iss. 2, p.
323-331
Keywords: Green tea; Mice; Hepatic steatosis

310. Green tea protects rats against autoimmune arthritis by modulating


disease-related immune events1,2/ Hong Ro Kim …[ et al. ]
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Nov 2008. Vol. 138, Iss. 11, p.
2111-2116
Keywords: Green tea; Autoimmune arthritis; Rats

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SCIENCE DIRECT

311. Analysis of chlorogenic acids in beverages prepared from Chinese


health foods and investigation, in vitro, of effects on glucose
absorption in cultured Caco-2 cells/ Zheng Wang, Michael N.
Clifford, Paul Sharp
Food Chemistry, Volume 108, Issue 1, 1 May 2008, p. 369-373,
ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Chlorogenic acids;
Chrysanthemum; Flavanols; Dendranthema
morifolium; Glucose absorption; Glucose
transport; Ipomoea batatas

312. Antioxidant activities of different fractions of polysaccharide


conjugates from green tea (Camellia Sinensis)/ Haixia Chen …[ et
al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 106, Issue 2, 15 January 2008, p. 559-
563, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Green tea; Composition; Molecular weight;
Antioxidants

313. Antioxidant activity and free radical scavenging potential of two


different solvent extracts of Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntz, Ficus
bengalensis L. and Ficus racemosa L./ Rajesh Manian …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 107, Issue 3, 1 April 2008, p. 1000-
1007, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Ficus bengalensis; Ficus
racemosa; Polyphenols; Antioxidants

314. Biosynthesis of theanine ([gamma]-ethylamino-l-glutamic acid) in


seedlings of Camellia sinensis/ Wei-Wei Deng …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry Letters, Volume 1, Issue 2, 21 August 2008, p.
115-119, ISSN 1874-3900
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Theaceae; Tea;
Biosynthesis;Theanine; Amino acids

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315. Comparison and cluster analysis of photosynthetic characters and
water use efficiency in tea (Camellia sinensis) Cultivars/ Chun-
Fang Guo …[ et al.]
Acta Agronomica Sinica, Volume 34, Issue 10, October 2008, p.
1797-1804, ISSN 1875-2780
Keywords:Tea; Camellia sinensis; Photosynthetic characters;
Phenetic classification; Cluster analysis; Water use

316. Detection of irradiated black tea (Camellia sinensis) and rooibos


tea (Aspalathus linearis) by ESR spectroscopy/ Mustafa Polat,
Mustafa Korkmaz
Food Chemistry, Volume 107, Issue 2, 15 March 2008, p. 956-
961, ISSN 0308-8146,
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Black tea; Rooibos; Aspalathus
linearis; ESR spectroscopy; Irradiation; Kinetic

317. Drip irrigation of tea (Camellia sinensis L.): 1. Yield and crop
water productivity responses to irrigation/ Julius M. Kigalu …[ et
al. ]
Agricultural Water Management, Volume 95, Issue 11, November
2008, p. 1253-1260, ISSN 0378-3774
Keywords:Drip irrigation; Limited availability; Tea; Clones;
Tanzania; Yields

318. Enhancement of antibacterial effects of epigallocatechin gallate,


using ascorbic acid/ Tsutomu Hatano …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, Volume 69, Issue 18, Tannin/Polyphenol Special
Issue, December 2008, p. 3111-3116, ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Antibacterial; Antibiotic
resistance; Ascorbic acid; Epigallocatechin gallate;
Methicillin; Polyphenols; Tea

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319. Enzymatic oxidation of gallocatechin and epigallocatechin: effects
of C-ring configuration on the reaction products/ Yosuke Matsuo
…[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, Volume 69, Issue 18, Tannin/Polyphenol Special
Issue, December 2008, p. 3054-3061, ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords:Black tea; Camellia sinensis; Theaceae;
Epigallocatechin; Gallocatechin; Oxidation;
Polyphenols

320. Evaluation of toxicity of green tea catechins with 90-day dietary


administration to F344 rats/ S. Takami …[ et al. ]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 46, Issue 6, June 2008, p.
2224-2229, ISSN 0278-6915
Keywords: Toxicity; Green tea; Catechin; Rats

321. Fine control of caffeine biosynthesis in tissue cultures of Camellia


sinensis/ Wei-Wei Deng …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry Letters, Volume 1, Issue 4, 12 December 2008, p.
195-198, ISSN 1874-3900
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Tissue culture; Biosynthesis;
Caffeine; Paraxanthine; Purine nucleoside; Purine
base

322. Green tea extract as a natural antioxidant to extend the shelf-life of


fresh-cut lettuce/ Ana B. Martin-Diana …[ et al. ]
Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies, Volume 9,
Issue 4, October 2008, p. 593-603, ISSN 1466-8564
Keywords:Green tea; Camellia sinensis; Polyphenols;
Browning; Keeping quality; Lettuce

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323. Improved HPLC method for simultaneous determination of
phenolic compounds, purine alkaloids and theanine in Camellia
species/ Li Peng …[ et al. ]
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, Volume 21, Issue 7,
November 2008, p. 559-563, ISSN 0889-1575
Keywords: HPLC; Phenolic compounds; Purine alkaloids;
Theanine; Camellia sinensis; C. assamica; C.
ptilophylla

324. In vitro antimicrobial activities against cariogenic streptococci and


their antioxidant capacities: a comparative study of green tea
versus different herbs/ Tzung-Hsun Tsai …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 110, Issue 4, 15 October 2008, p. 859-
864, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Herbal tea; Cariogenic streptococci; Antioxidants

325. Inhibition of pectin methyl esterase activity by green tea catechins/


Kristin C. Lewis …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, Volume 69, Issue 14, October 2008, p. 2586-
2592, ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Green tea; Cuscuta pentagona;
Inhibition; Parasitism; Pectin methyl esterase;
Catechins; Epigallocatechin gallate

326. Levels of essential and non-essential metals in leaves of the tea


plant (Camellia sinensis L.) and soil of Wushwush farms,
Ethiopia/ Michael Yemane …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 107, Issue 3, 1 April 2008, p. 1236-
1243, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Tea; Macronutrients;
Micronutrients; Toxic metals; Organic matter;
Atomic absorption

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327. Mechanism for the detoxification of aluminum in roots of tea plant
(Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze)/ Akio Morita …[ et al. ]
Phytochemistry, Volume 69, Issue 1, January 2008, p. 147-153,
ISSN 0031-9422
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Roots; Aluminum; Oxalate;
Detoxification

328. Mineral content of some herbs and herbal teas by infusion and
decoction / Musa Ozcan …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 106, Issue 3, 1 February 2008, p. 1120-
1127, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Herbal tea; Mineral; Infusion; Decoction

329. Phenolic content and antioxidative capacity of green and white tea
extracts depending on extraction conditions and the solvent used/
Gordana Rusak …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 110, Issue 4, 15 October 2008, p. 852-
858, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Green tea; Catechins; Phenolic
content; HPLC; Antioxidants

330. Preparation of the UPOV guidelines for the conduct of tests for
distinctness, uniformity and stability-tea plant [Camellia sinensis
(L.) O. Kuntze]/ Liang Chen …[ et al. ]
Agricultural Sciences in China, Volume 7, Issue 2, February 2008,
p. 224-231, ISSN 1671-2927
Keywords: Distinctness; Camellia sinensis; Test guidelines

331. Productivity and nitrogen use of tea plantations in relation to age


and genotype/ D.M. Kamau …[ et al. ]
Field Crops Research, Volume 108, Issue 1, 11 July 2008, p. 60-
70, ISSN 0378-4290
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Clone; Seedlings; Yield; N
uptake

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332. Screening of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal consortia developed
from the rhizospheres of natural and cultivated tea plants for
growth promotion in tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze]/
Shipra Singh …[ et al. ]
Pedobiologia, Volume 52, Issue 2, 10 October 2008, p. 119-125,
ISSN 0031-4056
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Arbuscular mycorrhizae; Fungal
consortium; Rhizosphere; Growth

333. Study on the purification and chemical compositions of tea


glycoprotein/ Shaoping Nie …[ et al. ]
Carbohydrate Polymers, Volume 71, Issue 4, 7 March 2008, p.
626-633, ISSN 0144-8617
Keywords:Green tea; Camellia sinensis; Glycoprotein;
Monosaccharides; Amino acids

334. Transport of nitrogen assimilation in xylem vessels of green tea


plants fed with NH4-N and NO3-N/ K. Oh, T. Kato, H.L. Xu
Pedosphere, Volume 18, Issue 2, April 2008, p. 222-226, ISSN
1002-0160
Keywords: Amino acids; Nitrogen assimilation; Tea; Xylem
sap

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2009

EBSCO

335. Antifibrotic effects of green tea on in vitro and in vivo models of


liver fibrosis/ Kim HK, Yang TH, Cho HY
World Journal of Gastroenterology [World J Gastroenterol],
ISSN: 1007-9327, 2009 Nov 7; Vol. 15 (41), p. 5200-5205
Keywords: Liver cirrhosis; Pathology; Disease control; Plant
extracts; Therapeutic; Green tea

336. Antioxidative and anti-carcinogenic activities of tea


polyphenols/ Yang CS, Lambert JD, Sang S
Archives of Toxicology [Arch Toxicol], ISSN: 1432-0738, 2009
Jan; Vol. 83 (1), p. 11-21
Keywords:Anticarcinogenic agents; Camellia sinensis;
Flavonoids; Phenols; Pharmacology

337. Anxiolytic effects of L-theanine--a component of green tea--


when combined with midazolam, in the male Sprague-Dawley
rat/ Heese T …[et al.]
AANA Journal [AANA J], ISSN: 0094-6354, 2009 Dec; Vol. 77
(6), p. 445-449
Keywords:Drug therapy; Camellia sinensis; Drug
synergism; Glutamates; Phytotherapy; Plant
extracts

338. Beneficial effects of oolong tea consumption on diet-induced


overweight and obese subjects/ He RR …[et al.]
Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine [Chin J Integr Med],
ISSN: 1672-0415, 2009 Feb; Vol. 15 (1), p. 34-41
Keywords: Beverages; Diet; Drug effects; Drug therapy;

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Plant extracts; Tea

339. Bioavailability and activity of phytosome complexes from


botanical polyphenols: the silymarin, curcumin, green tea, and
grape seed extracts/ Kidd PM …[et al.]
Alternative Medicine Review: a journal of clinical therapeutic
[Altern Med Rev], ISSN: 1089-5159, 2009 Sep; Vol. 14 (3), p.
226-246
Keywords:Curcumin; Grape seed extract; Green tea;
Pharmacokinetics; Phytotherapy methods;
Botanical polyphenol

340. Catechin, green tea component, causes caspase-independent


necrosis-like cell death in chronic myelogenous leukemia/
Iwasaki R …[et al.]
Cancer Science [Cancer Sci], ISSN: 1349-7006, 2009 Feb; Vol.
100 (2), p. 349-356
Keywords: Green tea; Catechins; Necrosis; Leukemia

341. CO2assimilation,ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate
carboxylase/oxygenase, carbohydrates and photosynthetic
electron transport probed by the JIP-test, of tea leaves in
response to phosphorus supply/ Lin ZH …[et al.]
BMC Plant Biology [BMC Plant Biol], ISSN: 1471-2229, 2009;
Vol. 9, p. 43
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Carbohydrate; Carbon
dioxide; Phosphorus; Photosynthesis;
Carboxylase; Metabolism

342. Coffee, decaffeinated coffee, tea intake, and risk of renal cell
cancer/ Montella M …[et al.]
Nutrition and Cancer [Nutr Cancer], ISSN: 1532-7914, 2009;
Vol. 61 (1), p. 76-80
Keywords:Caffeine; Renal cell; Carcinoma; Coffee;
Epidemiology; Tea

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343. Combination of Zizyphus jujuba and green tea extracts exerts
excellent cytotoxic activity in HepG2 cells via reducing the
expression of APRIL/ Huang X …[et al.]
American Journal of Chinese Medicine [Am J Chin Med], ISSN:
0192-415X, 2009; Vol. 37 (1), p. 169-179
Keywords:Antineoplastic; Phytogenic; Camellia sinensis;
Carcinoma; Hepatocellular; Plant extracts;
Zizyphus jujuba; Green tea

344. Determination of total catechins in tea extracts by HPLC and


spectrophotometry/ He Q …[et al.]
Natural Product Research [Nat Prod Res], ISSN: 1478-6427,
2009; Vol. 23 (1), p. 93-100
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Catechin analysis; Plant
extracts

345. Effect of caffeine, green tea and tyrosine on thermogenesis and


energy intake/ Belza A, Toubro S, Astrup A
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [Eur J Clin Nutr], ISSN:
1476-5640, 2009 Jan; Vol. 63 (1), p. 57-64
Keywords:Caffeine; Camellia sinensis; Drug effects; Plant
extracts; Thermogenesis; Tyrosine;
Pharmacology

346. Effect of green tea and vitamin E combination in isoproterenol


induced myocardial infarction in rats/ Upaganlawar A, Gandhi
C, Balaraman R
Plant Foods for Human Nutrition (Dordrecht, Netherlands)
[Plant Foods Hum Nutr], ISSN: 0921-9668, 2009 Mar; Vol. 64
(1), p. 75-80
Keywords:Antioxidants; Myocardial infarction; Plant
extracts; Green tea; Vitamin E; Pharmacology

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347. Effects of tea polyphenols on Candida albicans: inhibition of
biofilm formation and proteasome inactivation/ Evensen NA,
Braun PC
Canadian Journal of Microbiology [Can J Microbiol], ISSN:
1480-3275, 2009 Sep; Vol. 55 (9), p. 1033-1039
Keywords: Pharmacology; Biofilms; Drug effects; Candida
albicans; Enzyme inhibitors; Flavonoids; Phenols

348. Green and black tea are equally potent stimuli of NO production
and vasodilation: new insights into tea ingredients involved/
Lorenz M …[et al.]
Basic Research in Cardiology [Basic Res Cardiol], ISSN: 1435-
1803, 2009 Jan; Vol. 104 (1), p. 100-110
Keywords:Beverages; Catechin; Vascular endothelium;
Nitric oxide; Tea

349. Green tea: potential health benefits/ Schneider C, Segre T


American Family Physician [Am Fam Physician], ISSN: 0002-
838X, 2009 Apr 1; Vol. 79 (7), p. 591-594
Keywords: Beverages; Cardiovascular diseases; Neoplasms;
Tea

350. Green tea catechins in chemoprevention of cancer: a molecular


docking investigation into their interaction with glutathione S-
transferase (GST P1-1)/ Artali R …[et al.]
Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry [J
Enzyme Inhib Med Chem], ISSN: 1475-6374, 2009 Feb; Vol. 24
(1), p. 287-295
Keywords:Catechin;Pharmacology;Neoplasms; Glutathione;
Metabolism

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351. Green tea extract: a novel addition to the antihirsutism
armamentarium?/ Namazi MR, Feily A
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New
York, N.Y.) [J Altern Complement Med], ISSN: 1557-7708,
2009 Jul; Vol. 15 (7), p. 700-701
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Flavonoids; Hirsutism; Drug
therapy; Phytotherapy; Plant extracts

352. Green tea extract reduces induction of p53 and apoptosis in


UVB-irradiated human skin independent of transcriptional
controls/ Mnich CD …[et al.]
Experimental Dermatology [Exp Dermatol], ISSN: 1600-0625,
2009 Jan; Vol. 18 (1), p. 69-77
Keywords:Apoptosis; Tea; Genetic transcription;;
Ultraviolet

353. Green tea modulates reserpine toxicity in animal models/ Al-


Bloushi S …[et al.]
Journal of Toxicological Sciences [J Toxicol Sci], ISSN: 1880-
3989, 2009 Feb; Vol. 34 (1), p. 77-87
Keywords:Catechin; Pharmacology; Proteins; Toxicity;
Reserpine; Tea

354. Green tea polyphenols and Tai Chi for bone health: designing a
placebo-controlled randomized trial/ Shen CL …[et al.]
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders [BMC Musculoskelet Disord],
ISSN:1471-2474, 2009; Vol.10, p. 110
Keywords: Green tea; Polyphenols; Bone; Health

355. Green tea polyphenols attenuate glial swelling and mitochondrial


dysfunction following oxygen-glucose deprivation in cultures/
Panickar KS, Polansky MM, Anderson RA
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1476-8305,
2009 Jun; Vol. 12 (3), p. 105-113
Keywords:Flavonoids; Pharmacology; Glucose; Dosage;
Mitochondria; Neuroglia; Cytology; Tea

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356. Green tea polyphenol (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate enhances the
inhibitory effect of huperzine A on acetylcholinesterase by
increasing the affinity with serum albumin/ Zhang L …[et al.]
Nutritional Neuroscience [Nutr Neurosci], ISSN: 1476-8305,
2009 Aug; Vol. 12 (4), p. 142-148
Keywords: Green tea; Polyphenols; Inhibition; Albumin;
Blood proteins; Acetylcholinesterase

357. Hepatotoxicity from green tea: a review of the literature and two
unpublished cases/ Mazzanti G …[et al.]
European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology [Eur J Clin
Pharmacol], ISSN: 1432-1041, 2009 Apr; Vol. 65 (4), p. 331-
341
Keywords: Catechin; Liver; Drug effects; Oxidants; Tea

358. Highly antibiotic-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii clinical


isolates are killed by the green tea polyphenol (-)-
epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)/ Osterburg A …[et al.]
Clinical Microbiology and Infection: the official publication of
The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious
Diseases [Clin Microbiol Infect], ISSN: 1469-0691, 2009 Apr;
Vol. 15 (4), p. 341-346
Keywords:Acinetobacter baumannii; Drug effects;
Antibacterial; Pharmacology; Green tea;
Catechin

359. Histopathological and biochemical effects of green tea and/or


licorice aqueous extracts on thyroid functions in male albino rats
intoxicated with dimethylnitrosamine/ El Mgeed AA …[et al.]
Nutrition & Metabolism [Nutr Metab (Lond)], ISSN: 1743-7075,
2009; Vol. 6, p. 2
Keywords:Green tea; Licorice; Thyroid; Rats;
Dimethylnitrosamine; Histopathology

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360. Identification, characterization and utilization of unigene derived
microsatellite markers in tea (Camellia sinensis L.)/ Sharma RK
…[et al.]
BMC Plant Biology [BMC Plant Biol], ISSN: 1471-2229, 2009;
Vol. 9, p. 53
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Genetics; Plant genome;
Microsatellites

361. In vitro inhibition of Helicobacter pylori urease with non and


semi fermented Camellia sinensis/ Hassani AR …[et al.]
Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology [Indian J Med
Microbiol], ISSN: 1998-3646, 2009 Jan-Mar; Vol. 27 (1), p. 30-
34
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Enzymes; Helicobacter pylori;
Plant extracts; Pharmacology

362. Long-term tea intake is associated with reduced prevalence of


(type 2) diabetes mellitus among elderly people from
Mediterranean islands: MEDIS epidemiological study/
Panagiotakos DB …[et al.]
Yonsei Medical Journal [Yonsei Med J], ISSN: 1976-2437, 2009
Feb 28; Vol. 50 (1), p. 31-38
Keywords: Diabetes mellitus; Epidemiology; Tea

363. Midlife coffee and tea drinking and the risk of late-life dementia:
a population-based CAIDE study/ Eskelinen MH …[et al.]
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease: JAD [J Alzheimers Dis], ISSN:
1387-2877, 2009 Jan; Vol. 16 (1), p. 85-91
Keyword: Coffee; Dementia; Epidemiology; Tea

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364. Multiresidue method for high-performance liquid
chromatography determination of carbamate pesticides residues
in tea samples/ Wu CC …[et al.]
Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part. B,
Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes [J
Environ Sci Health B], ISSN: 1532-4109, 2009 Jan; Vol. 44 (1),
p. 58-68
Keywords:Carbamates; Chromatography; Food
contamination; Pesticide residues; Tea

365. New approaches for determination of glyphosate and


aminomethylphosphonic acid from different tea samples--
prospects and limits of cleanup with molecularly imprinted
polymer and titanium dioxide/ Kittlaus S, Lipinski J, Speer K
Journal of AOAC International [J AOAC Int], ISSN: 1060-3271,
2009 May-Jun; Vol. 92 (3), p. 703-714
Keywords:Gas chromatography; Spectrometry; Glycine;
Herbicides

366. Pesticide residue level in tea ecosystems of Hill and Dooars


regions of West Bengal, India/ Bishnu A …[et al.]
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment [Environ Monit
Assess], ISSN: 1573-2959, 2009 Feb; Vol. 149 (1-4), p. 457-464
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Pesticide residues; Soil
pollutants; Tea; Water pollutants

367. Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) and cinnamate 4-


hydroxylase (C4H) and catechins (flavan-3-ols) accumulation in
tea/ Singh K …[et al.]
Functional & Integrative Genomics [Funct Integr Genomics],
ISSN: 1438-7948, 2009 Feb; Vol. 9 (1), p. 125-134
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Catechin; Phenylalanine
ammonia; Enzymology; Monooxygenase;
Metabolism

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368. Population-based, case-control study of green tea consumption
and leukemia risk in southwestern Taiwan / Kuo YC …[et al.]
Kaohsiung Leukemia Research Group, Cancer Causes &
Control: CCC [Cancer Causes Control], ISSN: 1573-7225, 2009
Feb; Vol. 20 (1), p. 57-65
Keywords: Leukemia; Epidemiology; Green tea

369. Potential utility of green tea extract as a novel treatment for


cutaneous leishmaniasis/ Feily A, Yaghoobi R, Namazi MR
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine [J Altern
Complement Med], ISSN: 1557-7708, 2009 Aug; Vol. 15 (8), p.
815-816
Keywords: Antiprotozoal; Camellia sinensis; Chemistry;
Flavonoids; Leishmania; Drug effects

370. Protective effect of green tea polyphenols against ultraviolet B-


induced damage to HaCaT cells/ Wu LY …[et al.]
Human Cell: Official Journal of Human Cell Research Society
[Hum Cell], ISSN: 1749-0774, 2009 Feb; Vol. 22 (1), p. 18-24
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Cell survival; Keratinocytes;
Phenols; Pharmacology

371. Protective effect of tea polyphenols against paracetamol-induced


hepatotoxicity in mice is significantly correlated with
cytochrome P450 suppression/ Chen X …[et al.]
World Journal of Gastroenterology: WJG , ISSN: 1007-9327,
2009 Apr 21; Vol. 15 (15), p. 1829-1835
Keywords:Acetaminophen; Toxicity; Analgesics;
Cytochrome; Flavonoids; Therapeutic use

372. White tea extract induces lipolytic activity and inhibits


adipogenesis in human subcutaneous (pre)-adipocytes/ Söhle J
Winnefeld M, Nutrition & Metabolism [Nutr Metab (Lond)],
ISSN: 1743-7075, 2009; Vol. 6, p. 20
Keywords:White tea; Plant extracts; Lipolytic activity;
Inhibition; Adipogenesis

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PROQUEST

373. Consumption of green tea extract results in osteopenia in growing


male mice1-3/ Urszula T Iwaniec
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Oct 2009. Vol. 139, Iss. 10, p.
1914-1919
Keywords: Green tea; Osteopenia; Mice

374. Daily consumption of an aqueous green tea extract supplement


does not impair liver function or alter cardiovascular disease risk
biomarkers in healthy men1,2/ Jan Frank …[ et al.]
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Jan 2009. Vol. 139, Iss. 1, p. 58-
62
Keywords: Green tea; Liver; Cardiovascular disease

375. Effect of caffeine, green tea and tyrosine on thermogenesis and


energy intake/ A Belza, S Toubro, A Astrup
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. London:Jan 2009. Vol.
63, Iss. 1, p. 57-64
Keywords: Caffeine; Green tea; Tyrosine; Thermogenesis

376. Green tea (-)-Epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits [beta]-amyloid-


induced cognitive dysfunction through modification of secretase
activity via inhibition of ERK and NF-[kappa]B pathways in
Mice1,2/ Jae Woong Lee …[ et al.]
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Oct 2009. Vol. 139, Iss. 10, p.
1987-1993
Keywords:Green tea; Epigallocatechin; Cognition; Inhibition;
Mice
377. Green tea (Camellia sinensis) attenuates nephropathy by
downregulating Nox4 NADPH oxidase in diabetic spontaneously
hypertensive rats1-3/ Pérola D Ribaldo …[et al.]
Journal of Nutrition. Bethesda:Jan 2009. Vol. 139, Iss. 1, p. 96-
100
Keywords: Green tea; Camellia sinensis; Diabetes mellitus;
Rats

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378. Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) and cinnamate 4-
hydroxylase (C4H) and catechins (flavan-3-ols) accumulation in
tea/ Kashmir Singh …[ et al.]
Functional & Integrative Genomics. Heidelberg:Feb 2009. Vol.
9, Iss. 1, p. 125-134
Keywords: Tea; Phenylalanine ammonia lyase; Catechin

SCIENCE DIRECT

379. Accumulation of catechins in tea in relation to accumulation of


mRNA from genes involved in catechin biosynthesis/ P.D.
Eungwanichayapant, S. Popluechai
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Volume 47, Issue 2,
February 2009, p. 94-97, ISSN 0981-9428
Keywords:Tea; Camellia sinensis; Catechin; RT-PCR;
HPLC

380. Beneficial effects of different tea flowers against human breast


cancer MCF-7 cells/ Tzong-Der Way …[ et al.]
Food Chemistry, Volume 114, Issue 4, 15 June 2009, p. 1231-
1236, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Tea flowers; Tea leaves; Catechin; Caffeine

381. Caffeine in Chiang Rai tea infusions: effects of tea variety, type,
leaf form, and infusion conditions/ Siripat Suteerapataranon …[
et al.]
Food Chemistry, Volume 114, Issue 4, 15 June 2009, p. 1335-
1338, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Caffeine; Tea; Varieties; Leaves; Infusion

382. Chemoprotective properties of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis),

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honeybush (Cyclopia intermedia) herbal and green and black
(Camellia sinensis) teas against cancer promotion induced by
fumonisin B1 in rat liver/ Jeanine L. Marnewick …[ et al.]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 47, Issue 1, January
2009, p. 220-229, ISSN 0278-6915
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Rooibos; Aspalathus linearis;
Honeybush; Cyclopia intermedia; Fumonisin;
Cancer; Liver; Rats

383. Cloning and sequencing of a full-length cDNA encoding the


RuBPCase small subunit (RbcS) in tea (Camellia sinensis)/ Ai-
hua Ye …[ et al.]
Agricultural Sciences in China, Volume 8, Issue 2, February
2009, p. 161-166, ISSN 1671-2927,
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; DNA; Cloning

384. Effect of green and black teas (Camellia sinensis L.) on the
characteristic microflora of yogurt during fermentation and
refrigerated storage/ Imene Jaziri …[ et al.]
Food Chemistry, Volume 112, Issue 3, 1 February 2009, p. 614-
620, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Green tea; Black tea; Yoghurt bacteria;
Catechin; Functional food

385. Effect of simulated gastrointestinal conditions and epithelial


transport on extracts of green tea and sage/ Ilze Vermaak …[ et
al.]
Phytochemistry Letters, Volume 2, Issue 4, 19 November 2009,
p. 166-170, ISSN 1874-3900,
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Salvia officinalis;
Antimicrobial; Gastrointestinal system; Gastric
fluid; Intestinal fluid

386. Effects of phenanthrene on chemical composition and enzyme

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activity in fresh tea leaves/ Xin Mei …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 115, Issue 2, 15 July 2009, p. 569-
573, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Tea; Hydroponic culture; Phenanthrene;
Antioxidative enzyme; Chemical composition

387. Evaluation of free radical-scavenging and antihemolytic


activities of quince (Cydonia oblonga) leaf: A comparative study
with green tea (Camellia sinensis)/ Rossana M. Costa …[ et al. ]
Food and Chemical Toxicology, Volume 47, Issue 4, April 2009,
p. 860-865, ISSN 0278-6915, have application as preventive or
therapeutic agent in diseases in which free radicals are involved
Keywords:Antioxidant activity; Cydonia oblonga;
Hemolysis; Phenolic compounds; Camellia
sinensis;

388. Genotypic variation of beta-carotene and lutein contents in tea


germplasms, Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze/ Xin-Chao Wang
…[ et al. ]
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, In Press, Corrected
Proof, Available online 13 March 2009, ISSN 0889-1575
Keywords:Germplasm; Camellia sinensis; Lutein; Food
analysis; Food composition

389. Isolation and identification of compounds from the ethanolic


extract of flowers of the tea (Camellia sinensis) plant and their
contribution to the antioxidant capacity/ Ziyin Yang …[ et al. ]
LWT – Food Science and Technology, Volume 42, Issue 8,
October 2009, p. 1439-1443, ISSN 0023-6438
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Flowers; Catechin; Flavonol
glycosides; Antioxidants

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390. Medicinal and therapeutic potentialities of tea (Camellia
sinensis L.) : a review/ A.B. Sharangi
Food Research International, Volume 42, Issues 5-6, June-July
2009, p. 529-535, ISSN 0963-9969
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Ethnomedicine; Human health

391. Pathogenecity of a baculovirus isolated from Arctornis


submarginata (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae), a potential
pest of tea growing in the Darjeeling foothills of India/ Ananda
Mukhopadhyay, Damayanti De
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, Volume 100, Issue 1, January
2009, p. 57-60, ISSN 0022-2011
Keywords:Pests of plants; Arctornis submarginata; Camellia
sinensis; Granulosis virus; Pathogenicity; India

392. Responses of clonal tea to location of production and plucking


intervals/ P. Okinda Owuor …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 115, Issue 1, 1 July 2009, p. 290-296,
ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Camellia sinensis; Yields; Quality; Production;
Harvesting intervals; Kenya

393. Simultaneous analysis of main catechins contents in green tea


(Camellia sinensis (L.)) by Fourier transform near infrared
reflectance (FT-NIR) spectroscopy/ Quansheng Chen …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 113, Issue 4, 15 April 2009, Pages
1272-1277, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: FT-NIR spectroscopy; Green tea; Catechin

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394. Some spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal considerations of
wood decay of tea (Camellia sinensis), caused by Nemania
diffusa (Syn. Hypoxylon vestitum)/ Abhaya Balasuriya, N.K.B.
Adikaram
Crop Protection, Volume 28, Issue 3, March 2009, p. 273-279,
ISSN 0261-2194
Keywords: Nemania diffusa; Hypoxylon vestitum; Camellia
sinensis; Chaetomium globosum; Soft rot

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BIBLIOGRAFI 2010

EBSCO

395. Green tea ameliorates renal oxidative damage induced by


gentamicin in rats/ Abdel-Raheem IT, El-Sherbiny GA, Taye A
Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN: 1011-
601X, 2010 Jan; Vol. 23 (1), p. 21-28
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Green tea; Kidney; Drug
effects; Disease control;Oxidative stress

396. Seasonal variation of total phenolic, antioxidant activity and


minerals in fresh tea shoots (Camellia sinensis var. sinensis)/
Erturk Y, Ercisli S, Sengul M, Eser Z, Haznedar A, Turan M
Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN: 1011-
601X, 2010 Jan; Vol. 23 (1), p. 69-74
Keywords: Antioxidants; Pharmacology; Minerals analysis;
Phenols; Tea

SCIENCE DIRECT
397. Antioxidant properties of tropical and temperate herbal teas/
E.W.C. Chan …[ et al.]
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, In Press, Accepted
Manuscript, Available online 29 January 2010, ISSN 0889-1575
Keywords:Tropical tea; Herbal tea; Camellia sinensis;
Antioxidants; Food analysis; Food composition

398. Application of trace element and stable isotope signatures to


determine the provenance of tea (Camellia sinensis) samples/
Tamara S. Pilgrim …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 118, Issue 4, Food Authenticity &
Traceability, 15 February 2010, p. 921-926, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Tea; Camellia sinensis; Provenance; Origin;
Forensic science; Trace elements; Isotope;
Discriminant analysis

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399. Influence of region of production on relative clonal plain tea
quality parameters in Kenya/ P. Okinda Owuor …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 119, Issue 3, 1 April 2010, p. 1168-
1174, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Camellia sinensis; Genotypes; Tea; Quality;
Kenya

400. Interaction mechanisms between caffeine and polyphenols in


infusions of Camellia sinensis leaves/ Aurelie Couzinet-Mossion
…[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 119, Issue 1, 1 March 2010, p. 173-
181, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords: Caffeine; Polyphenols; Interaction; Tea; Calcium

401. Oolong tea (Camellia sinensis) at various growing altitudes and


seasons/ Yulong Chen …[ et al. ]
Food Chemistry, Volume 119, Issue 2, 15 March 2010, p. 648-
652, ISSN 0308-8146
Keywords:Oolong tea; Altitude; Catechin; Quality
parameter; Season

402. Photosynthesis, yield, and chemical composition of Tieguanyin


tea plants (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) in response to
irrigation treatments/ X.H. Chen …[ et al. ]
Agricultural Water Management, Volume 97, Issue 3, March
2010, p. 419-425, ISSN 0378-3774
Keywords:Tieguanyin tea; Camellia sinensis; Irrigation
treatment; Photosynthesis; Chemical composition

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A
ACCOUNTING 75
ACETAMINOPHEN 90
ACETANILIDES 62
ACETATES 4
ACETIC ACID 33
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE 87
ACETYLCYSTEINE 48
ACID PHOSPHATASE 31
ACID SOILS 54, 58
ACIDOSIS PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 63
ACINETOBACTER BAUMANNII 87
ACREAGE 34
ACRYLAMIDE ANALYSIS 48
ACRISOLS 29
ACTINS 41
ADENOCARCINOMA 6, 41
ADENOSINE DEAMINASE 65
ADIPOCYTES 14, 33, 69
ADIPOGENESIS 69, 90
ADVERSE EFFECTS 41, 44, 45, 73
AGENTS PHARMACOLOGY 40, 46, 64
AGENTS THERAPEUTIC 46
AGENTS TOXICITY 26
AGING DRUG 40
AGING METABOLISM 38
AGRICULTURAL METHODS 1, 60
AGRICULTURAL WASTES 55
ALANINE 31
ALBUMIN 87
ALKALOIDS 54
ALLERGENS 45
ALLERGIC CONTACT 45
ALPHA AMYLASE 57
ALTITUDE 98
ALUMINUM 17, 37, 52, 53, 59, 63, 80
ALUMINUM ANALYSIS 12
ALUMINUM CHEMISTRY 12
ALZHEIMER DISEASES 73
AMENDMENTS 35
AMINO ACIDS 15, 22, 32, 76, 81
AMINOPEPTIDASES 22
AMMONIA 31
AMMONIUM 58
AMYLOID BETA-PROTEIN 45

100
ANALGESIA 21
ANALGESICS 90
ANALYTICAL METHODS 58
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 32
ANDROGENS 32, 64
ANIMALS 58, 70
ANNEXIN A1 41
ANTIBACTERIAL 13, 77, 87
ANTIBACTERIAL AGENTS 37, 47
ANTIBACTERIAL EFFECTS 60
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE 13, 77
ANTICARCINOGENIC 7, 33, 42, 61, 68
ANTICARCINOGENIC AGENTS 26, 37, 41, 43, 46, 49, 82
ANTICHOLESTEREMIC 64
ANTIGENS 10
ANTIGENS ANALYSIS 47
ANTIINFLAMMATORY 41
ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS 42
ANTIMICROBIAL 93
ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES 31, 55
ANTINEOPLASTIC 9, 23, 84
ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS 22, 68, 74
ANTIOBESITY 69
ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY 51, 52, 94
ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES 32, 55
ANTIOXIDANTS 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 29, 32, 33, 36, 38, 42, 43, 44,
45, 46, 48, 49, 55, 56, 57, 59, 63, 65, 69, 70, 76, 79, 80, 84, 94, 97
ANTIOXIDATIVE ENZYME 94
ANTIPROTOZOAL 90
AORTA 27
APOPTOSIS 45, 67, 68, 73, 86
ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE 75, 81
ARCTORNIS SUBMARGINATA 95
ARGININE 17
AROUSAL 39, 70
ARSENIC 1, 51
ARTERIOSCLEROSIS 4
ASCORBIC ACID 15, 17, 22, 27, 31, 48, 77
ASPALATHUS LINEARIS 77, 93
ASPARTIC ACID 31
ASTERACEAE 36
ASTROCYTES 62
ATHEROSCLEROSIS 74
ATOMIC ABSORPTION 79
ATTENTION 70

101
AUSTRALIA 34
AUTOIMMUNE ARTHRITIS 75
AUTOIMMUNITY 43

B
BACILLUS 62
BACILLUS CEREUS 31
BACTERIA 64
BACTERIAL 57
BACTERIAL DISEASES 31
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 57
BACTERIOSES 57
BASIDIOMYCOTA 47
BBLOOD 64
bcl-ASSOCIATED DEATH 42
BEERS 55
BEVERAGES 4, 26, 31, 38, 48, 55, 63, 65, 67, 73, 74, 82, 85
BEVERAGES ANALYSIS 19, 62
BIFLAVONOIDS 8, 60, 74
BIOAVAILABILITY 15
BIOFILMS
BIOFORMULATIONS 53
BIOSENSING TECHNIQUES 43
BIOSYNTHESIS 64
BIOTROPHS 53
BLACK TEA 1, 3, 4, 6, 15, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 45, 51, 53, 59, 60, 66, 70, 74, 77, 78, 93
BLACK TEA WASTES 51
BLIGHTS 39
BLISTER BLIGHT 13, 53
BLOOD 1
BLOOD COMPOSITION 32
BLOOD GLUCOSE 65, 72
BLOOD PRESSURE 19, 39, 74
BLOOD PROTEINS 87
BODY WEIGHT 3, 6
BOTRYTIS CINEREA 35
BOTULINUM 4
BRAIN 38
BRAIN METABOLISM 18
BODY WEIGHT 58
BONE 86
BONE DENSITY 72
BOTANICAL POLYPHENOL 83
BRAIN NEOPLASMS 10
BRAIN PHYSIOLOGY 47

102
BREAD ANALYSIS 48
BREAST NEOPLASMS 6, 20, 27
BRIGHTNESS 30, 54
BROILER CHICKENS 50
BRONCHI DRUGS 42
BROWNING 78
BROXURIDINE 14
BUTYRIC ACID 33, 54
BYPRODUCTS 33
BIOSYNTHESIS 76, 78

C
CAFFEINE 2, 4, 15, 18, 26, 30, 32, 37, 52, 53, 56, 58, 72, 74, 78, 83, 84, 91, 92
CAFFEINE ANALYSIS 40
CALCIUM 63, 98
CAMELLIA ASSAMICA 54, 79
CAMELLIA PTYLOPHYLLA 54, 79
CAMELLIA SINENSIS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 28,
29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60,
61, 67, 68, 69, 70, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96,
97, 98
CANCER 32, 33, 53 , 93
CANDIDA ALBICANS 85
CANDY ANALYSIS 49
CAPSAICIN 58
CARBAMATES 89
CARBARYL 39
CARBOFURAN 39
CARBOHYDRATE 83
CARBONDIOXIDE 83
CARBOXYLASE 83
CARCINOGENESIS 45
CARCINOMA 9, 68, 83, 84
CARCINOMA CELL 65
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 44, 67, 85
CARICA 18
CARIOGENIC STREPTOCOCCI 79
CAROTENOIDS 49
CASPASES 42
CATECHIN 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 20, 25, 30, 31, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 47, 49, 50,
52, 53, 54, 55, 60, 61, 65, 68, 70, 73, 74, 75, 78, 79, 80, 83, 85, 87, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 98
CATECHIN ANALOGS 5, 20, 21, 37, 40, 42, 46, 61, 63, 64, 67, 68, 86
CATECHIN ANALYSIS 84
CATECHIN FRACTIONS 13
CATECHIN NEOPLASMS 7

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CATECHIN PHARMACOLOGY 24
CATECHIN THERAPEUTIC 26
CATECHOL OXIDASE 8, 16
CATHECOLS 71
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 42, 74, 91
CARDIOTONIC AGENTS 42
CATTLE 32
CD44 CELLS 10
CDNA LIBRARY 13
CELL ADHESION 6
CELL AGING 38
CELL DIVISION 64
CELL LINES 32
CELL MEMBRANE 10
CELL MOVEMENT 6, 21
CELL POLARITY 8
CELL SURVIVAL 90
CELLULAR DAMAGE 14
CEREBRAL CORTEX 38
CHAETOMIUM GLOBOSUM 96
CHAMOMILE 45
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 34, 39, 40, 43, 44, 54, 66, 70
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION 15, 32, 33, 34, 55, 57, 59, 94, 98
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS 59
CHEMICAL SPECIATION 59
CHEMICOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES 9, 29
CHEMISTRY 10, 19, 43, 44, 45, 46, 61, 66, 68, 90
CHEMOTHERAPY 23
CHICKENS 56
CHINA 58
CHINESE HERBAL 39, 67
CHINESE HERBAL DRUG 68
CHLORINATED ANALYSIS 19
CHLOROGENIC ACIDS 76
CHLORPYRIFOS 55,
CHOLESTEROL 31, 32, 71
CHOLESTEROL BLOOD 66
CHROMATOGRAPHY 89
CHROMIUM 1
CHRONIC 71
CHRYSANTHEMUM 76
CHUM SALMON 29
CIGARETTE 36
CITRIC ACID 56
CITRUS 24

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CLEVENGER TYPE APPARATUS 51
CLONAL TEA 54
CLONES 14, 15, 59, 77, 80
CLONING 50, 93
CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS 56
CLUSTER ANALYSIS 77
COBALT 1
COFFEA 34
COFFEE 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 18, 26, 34, 38, 43, 44, 48, 55, 83, 88
COGNITION 74, 91
COLIC THERAPY 66
COLITIS 5
COLLAGEN 27, 68
COLONIC NEOPLASMS 22, 37, 65
COLONIZATION 39
COLOUR 30, 54
COLOUR DIFFERENCE 53
COMPLEX PHARMACOLOGY 42
COMPOSITION 76
COMPOSTS 35, 57
CONSTITUTIVE EX,PRESSION 13
CONTAMINATION 34
COPPER 1, 32, 44, 53
CORYNEBACTERIUM 39
COTTON 55
CROP QUALITY 59
CROPPING SYSTEMS 34
CRUDE PROTEIN 33, 58
CULTURAL CONTROL 35
CULTURE MEDIA 5
CULTURED MILK 62
CURCUMIN 83,
CURCUMIN ANALOGS 40
CUSCUTA PENTAGONA 79
CYCLOPIA INTERMEDIA 93
CYDONIA OBLONGA 94
CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS 56
CYMBOPOGON NARDUS 56
CYTOCHROME 3, 6, 90
CYTOLOGY 86
CYTOPLASM 32
CYTOTOXIC IMMUNOLOGY 36

D
DECAFFEINATED TEA 53

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DECAFFEINATION 52
DECOCTION 80
DEFENCE ENZYMES 53
DENDRANTHEMA MORIFOLIUM 76
DEMENTIA 88
DENTAL CARIES 40, 47
DERMATITIS 45, 74
DETERMINATION 58
DETOXIFICATION 80
DIABETES 21
DIABETES MELLITUS 2, 3, 11, 26, 27, 41, 62, 72, 88, 91
DIAGNOSTIC USE 45
DIET 22, 38, 43, 58, 82
DIETARY 25
DIETARY FATS 65
DIETARY IRON 23
DIETARY PHARMACOKINETICS 71
DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS 22, 23
DIGESTIBILITY 58
DIGESTIVE TRACT 57
DIMETHOATE 55
DIMETHYLNITROSAMINE 87
DIOSPYROS 15
DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS 97
DISEASE CONTROL 67, 82, 97
DISEASE RESISTANCE 13
DISTINCTNESS 80
DNA 17, 65, 93
DNA ADDUCTS 61
DNA FINGERPRINTING 18
DNA METHYLATION 65
DOSAGE 2, 3, 4, 41, 43, 49, 62, 65, 86
DRINKING BEHAVIOUR 4, 48
DRINKS 31
DRIP IRRIGATION 77
DRUG EFFECTS 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45,
47, 49, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 82, 84, 85, 87, 90, 97
DRUG RESISTANCE 68
DRUG SYNERGISM 82
DRUG THERAPY 5, 9, 21, 23, 24, 27, 39, 43, 61, 68, 82, 86
DRUGS 4, 67
DRY LEAVES 54
DRY MATTER 58
DUCHENNE METABOLISM 73
DYSLIPIDEMIAS 21

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E
EASTERN AFRICA 30
ECOSITES 75
EGG QUALITY 31
EGG PRODUCTION 31
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 47
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY 73
ELECTRON MICROSCOPY 71
ENDOSULFAN 63
ENDOTHELIUM 70
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING 62
ENZYME ACTIVITY 16, 31
ENZYME INHIBITORS 85
ENZYMES 6, 43, 56, 57, 61, 88
ENZYMOLOGY 89
EPICATECHIN 16, 29, 31, 56, 57, 59
EPICATECHIN GALLATE 16, 57
EPIDEMIOLOGY 1, 38, 44, 67, 83, 88, 90
EPIGALLOCATECHIN 31, 78, 91
EPIGALLOCATECHIN GALLATE 14, 16, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 46, 50, 57, 77, 79
EPOXYLINALOOL 56
ERYTHROCYTES 11, 24, 40
ESCHERICHIA COLI 37, 47, 57
ESR SPECTROSCOPY 77
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS 15
ETHNOMEDICINE 95
ETIOLOGY 18, 23, 44, 45
EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 52
EUGENIA 19
EXCHANGEABLE ALUMINUM 58
EXOBASIDIUM VEXANS 53
EXPORTS 15
EXTRACTION 31
EXTRACTION METHOD 51
EXTRACTS 56

F
FATTY ACID 6
FECAL COLIFORMS 57
FECES CHEMISTRY 25
FEEDING 32
FENITROTHION 55
FERMENTATION 15, 33, 54 56

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FERRITINS BLOOD 38
FETUS METABOLISM 25
FIBROBLASTS 20
FICUS BENGALENSIS 76
FICUS RACEMOSA 76
FISH OILS 65
FISHES 25
FLAVANOLS 54, 56
FLAVONES THERAPEUTIC 22
FLAVONOL GLYCOSIDES 94
FLAVANOLS 16, 29, 31, 33, 57, 59
FLAVONOIDS 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 46, 49, 60, 61,
63, 68, 69, 71, 74, 76, 82, 85, 86, 90
FLOWERS 94
FLUCONAZOLE PHARMACOLOGY 23
FLURBIPROFEN 23
FLUORIDES 41, 52, 72
FLUORIDES ANALYSIS 40
FOLIC ACID ANALYSIS 19
FOOD 23
FOOD ADDITIVES 48, 54
FOOD ANALYSIS 94
FOOD COMPOSITION 32, 94
FOOD CONTAMINATION 1, 7, 8, 25, 31, 39, 44, 48, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63, 66, 71, 89
FOOD DRUG 8
FOOD HANDLING 63
FOOD HANDLING METHOD 39
FOOD INTAKE 33, 58
FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 7, 47, 70
FOOD QUALITY 32, 34
FOOD SAFETY 55, 57
FOOD SUPPLEMENTS 33
FOOD TECHNOLOGY 49
FOODBORNE
FOREST SOILS 31
FORKHEAD TRANSCRIPTION 60
FREE RADICALS 12, 15, 48, 57, 59
FRESH LEAVES 51
FRUIT JUICES 55
FT-NIR SPECTROSCOPY 95
FUMONISIN 93
FUNCTIONAL FOOD 93
FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES 15
FUNGAL CONSORTIUM 81
FUNGAL DISEASES 35

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FUNGI PATHOGENICITY 7
FURANOID 56

G
GALLIC ACID 33, 47, 74
GALLIC ACID ANALOGS 19
GALLOCATECHIN 78
GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY 89
GASTRIC FLUID 93
GASTRIC MUCOSA 39
GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM 93
GEL 40
GEL CHROMATOGRAPHY 10, 56
GENES 50
GENE EXPRESSION 18, 21, 37, 42, 75
GENETIC DIVERSITY 15, 28, 69
GENETIC TRANSCRIPTION 86
GENETIC VARIATION 17
GENETICS 88
GENOTOXICITY 30
GENOTYPES 98
GERANIOL 56
GERMINATION 28
GERMPLASM 16, 94
GINGER 19
GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACID 62
GLIOMA 10
GLUCOSE 3, 86
GLUCOSE ABSORPTION 76
GLUCOSE TRANSPORT 76
GLUCOSIDASE 11
GLUTAMATES 47, 70, 72, 74, 82
GLUTATHIONE 85
GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE 38, 72
GLYCINE 89
GLYCOPROTEINS 10, 81
GLYCOSYLATED METABOLISM 72
GLYCOSYLATION 27
GOATS 19, 33
GOSSYPIUM 55
GRANULOSA CELLS 4
GRANULOSIS VIRUS 94
GRAPE SEED EXTRACT 83
GRASS SILAGE 54

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GREEN TEA 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,
37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 47, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72,
73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 90, 91, 93, 95, 97
GROWTH 1, 39, 57, 81
GUAVAS 57

H
HARVESTING 28
HARVESTING INTERVALS 95
HEALTH 27, 86
HEART 63
HEART DISEASES 21
HEART RATE 39
HEATING PROCESSING 53
HEAVY METALS 34, 70
HEAVY METALS ANALYSIS 62
HELA CELLS 27
HELICOBACTER PYLORI 88
HELPER INDUCER IMMUNOLOGY 36
HEMOLYSIS 94
HEPATIC STEATOSIS 75
HEPATOCELLULAR 84
HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA 67
HEPATOCYTE GROWTH 20
HEPATOCYTES ULTRASTRUCTURE 71
HERBAL INFUSION 15
HERBAL MEDICINE 23
HERBAL TEA 19, 79, 80
HERBICIDES 45, 62, 89
HEVEA BRASILIENSIS 34
HEXENOL 57
HIGHLAND 51
HIP FRACTURE 18
HIRSUTISM 86
HOMOCYSTEINE BLOOD 19
HONEYBUSH 93
HPLC 14, 31, 53, 69, 79, 80, 92
HUMAN HEALTH 95
HUMAN PREVENTION 20
HUMANS 58
HYDROCARBONS 19
HYDROCORTISONE BLOOD 39
HYDRODISTILLATION 51
HYDROGEN 55
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 47, 55, 59

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HYDROPONIC CULTURE 94
HYDROSOL 51
HYDROXYL RADICAL 48
HYDROXYQUINOLINES 45
HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA 66
HYPERTENSION 74
HYPERTENSION BLOOD 69
HYPHOMYCETES 35
HYPNOTICS 11
HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS 3
HYPOXYLON VESTITUM 96
HISTOPATHOLOGY 87

I
ICHTHYOBODO NECATOR 29
IMMOBILIZED CHEMISTRY 43
IMMUNOLOGY 47
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE 73
IN VITRO 55, 56, 57
INDIA 95
INDUCED MUTAGENICITY 12
INDUCED OXIDATIVE 12
INDUCIBLE EXPRESSION 13
INFANT FOOD 66
INFLUENZA 20, 48
INFUSION 80, 92
INHIBITION 70, 79, 87, 90, 91
INJECTIONS 9
INNOVATION ADOPTION 34
INSECTICIDES 7, 9, 17, 39, 63, 66
INSULIN 70
INSULIN METABOLISM 60
INTERCROPPING 34
INTESTINAL FLUID 93
INTESTINAL NEOPLASMS 43
INTRALESIONAL 9
IODINE TOXICITY 23
ION 55
IONONE 57
IPOMOEA BATATAS 76
IRRADIATION 77
IRRIGATION 52
IRRIGATION TREATMENT 98
IRAN 55, 58
IRON 3, 24, 37, 38, 61, 64

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IRON CHELATING 40
ISOLATION 10
ISOTOPE 97
IVERMECTIN 17

J
JASMINE 56
JASMINUM 11

K
KARST 52
KEEPING QUALITY 78
KELOID 20, 68
KELP 23
KENYA 30, 34, 54, 59, 95
KERATINOCYTES 42, 90
KIDNEY 26, 97
KIDNEY TUBULES 73
KINASES 10
KINETIC 77

L
LACTIC ACID 33, 54, 58
LACTONES 45
LAVANDULA 56
LEACHING 53
LEACHING CHARACTERS 51
LEAD 34, 44, 55
LEAVES 34, 55, 59, 92
LEAVES CHEMISTRY 72
LEISHMANIA 90
LEMON JUICE 59
LETTUCE 78
LEUCONOSTOC 70
LEUKEMIA 71, 83, 90
LICORICES 87
LIMITED AVAILABILITY 77
LINALOOL 56, 57
LIPASE 57
LIPID 14
LIPID ANALYSIS 25
LIPID MEMBRANES 50
LIPID METABOLISM 65
LIPID PEROXIDATION 36
LIPOLYTIC ACTIVITY 90

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LIPOSOMES 9
LITTER MATERIAL 50
LIVER 6, 22, 65, 67, 87, 91, 93
LIVER CIRRHOSIS 82
LIVER CYTOLOGY 21
LIVER NEOPLASMS 61, 67
LOWLAND 51
LUNG NEOPLASMS 1, 6, 9, 41, 67
LUNG DAMAGE 36
LUTEIN 94
LYMPHOTOXIN 36
LYSINE 17, 27, 48

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MACRONUTRIENTS 79
MACROPHAGES PHYSIOLOGY 69
MALAWI 30, 34
MAMMARY NEOPLASMS 70
MANGANESE 22, 53
MANGANESE BLOOD 26
MASSAGE 66
MAST CELLS 20
MASU SALMON 29
MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE 21, 22
MEAT STANDARDS 63
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 28
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 19
MEDICINAL HERBS
MEDICINAL PLANTS 55, 67
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES 15
MELANOMA 9, 23
MEMBRANE GLYCOPROTEIN 65
MENTHA 23
MENTHA PIPERITA 55
METABOLIC SYNDROME 71
METABOLISM 1, 3, 8, 10, 17, 27, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 45, 46, 47, 61, 62, 63, 64, 67, 68, 69,
83, 85, 89
METALS 59
METHANE 64
METHICILLIN 60, 77
METHYLMERCURY 25
METHYLNITRONITROSOGUANIDINE 37
MICE 75, 91
MICROBIAL ACTIVITIES 58
MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION 55

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MICROBIOLOGY 39, 46
MICRONUTRIENTS 79
MICROSATELLITES 88
MICROSOMES 57
MICROTUBULE 8
MILK 1
MILK PRODUCTS 55
MINERAL 80
MINERAL ANALYSIS 97
MINERALIZATION 58
MINI DISTILLATION APPARATUS 51
MITOCHONDRIA 86
MOISTURE CONTENT 32
MOLECULAR WEIGHT 76
MONOOXYGENASE 89
MONOPHENOL MONOOXYGENASE 43
MONOSACCHARIDES 81
MONOTERPENES 11
MORINDA 18
MUSCLE 73
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 73
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION 84
MYOCARDIUM 63
MYOCYTES 49
MYELOGENOUS 71

N
N UPTAKE 80
NAPHTHALENES 45
NECROSIS 83
NEMANIA DIFFUSA 96
NEOPLASMS 17, 33, 61, 85
NEOPLASMS GENETICS 65
NEOPLASMS INVASIVENESS 22
NEOPLASMS METASTASIS 23, 24
NEOPLASMS PREVENTION 24, 46
NEURAL NETWORKS 58
NEURAMINIDASE 48
NEUROGLIA 86
NEUROMUSCULAR AGENTS 4
NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION 4
NEUROPROTECTIVE 7
NEUROPROTECTIVE AGENTS 5, 42, 73
NF-KAPPA B METABOLISM 42
NITRIC OXIDE 33, 85

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NITRIFICATION 58
NITRITES 66
NITROGEN 50, 58
NITROGEN AQSSIMILATION 81
NITROGEN FERTILIZERS 17
NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY 15, 53
NUTRIENT UPTAKE 34, 50
NUTRITIONAL STATUS 3, 27, 37, 38, 63
NUTRITIVE VALUE 15, 58

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OBESITY 58
OBESITY PREVENTION 69
OBESITY THERAPY 26
OLD TEA LEAVES 51
OLEALES 56
OLIVE OIL 55
ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU 29
OOLONG TEA 98
ORGANIC CARBON 58
ORGANIC MATTER 58, 79
ORGANIC SALTS 56
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS 69
ORYZA SATIVA 46
OSMANTHUS 56
OSMOTIN 28
OSTEOBLASTS CYTOLOGY 10
OSTEOGENESIS 5
OSTEOPENIA 91
OSTEOPOROSIS 18, 72
OSTEOSCLEROSIS 41
OVARIAN EPIDEMIOLOGY 48
OVARIAN NEOPLASMS 38, 44
OVERWEIGHT PHYSIOLOGY 24
OXALATE 80
OXIDANTS 87
OXIDATION 53, 57, 59, 78
OXIDATIVE STRESS 2, 10, 11, 14, 21, 38, 40, 61, 64, 68, 97
OXIDOREDUCTASES 64

P
PARASITISM 79
PARAXANTHINE 78
PARENTERAL NUTRITION 26

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PARKINSON 73
PASTEURIZING 57
PASTEURIZATION 57
PASTURE PLANTS 54
PATHOGENICITY 95
PATHOGENS 57
PATHOLOGY 62, 64, 67, 68, 71, 82
PAULLINIA 24
PECTIN METHYL ESTERASE 79
PELARGONIUM HORTORUM 35
PENTANOL 57
PEPSIN 31, 57
PEPTIDE 46
PERSIMMONS 15
PEST CONTROL 71
PESTICIDE RESIDUES 7, 8, 9, 19, 55, 63, 66, 69, 89
PESTICIDE RESIDUES ANALYSIS 60
PESTICIDES 71
PESTS OF PLANTS 95
PGPR 53
PH 55
PHARMACOKINETICS 9, 18, 25, 38, 44, 83
PHARMACOLOGY 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 19, 26, 27, 37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 45, 47, 48, 49,
60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90
PHATHOGENICITY 46
PHENANTHRENE 94
PHENOLIC 33
PHENOLIC CLASSIFICATION 77
PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS 34, 79, 94
PHENOLIC CONTENT 51, 80
PHENOLS 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 20, 24, 25, 26, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 49, 60, 61, 63, 68, 69, 71,
73, 74, 82, 85, 90, 97
PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA 89
PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA LYASE 91
PHOSPHINIC ACIDS 36
PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY ACID 54
PHOSPHORUS 58, 83
PHOTOSYNTHESIS 83, 98
PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERS 77
PHOTOTHERAPY 2, 5, 6, 20, 26
PHYTOGENIC 84
PHYTOPATHOGENS 35
PHYTOTHERAPY 67, 82, 86
PHYTOTHERAPY METHODS 10, 83
PIGMENT 56

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PLANT COMPOSITION 33, 59
PLANT DENSITY 52
PLANT DISEASES 35, 39, 46, 47
PLANT EXTRACTS 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 17, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 29, 30, 36, 40, 41, 43, 47, 49,
52, 57, 65, 66, 70, 71, 72, 73, 82, 84, 86, 88, 90
PLANT GENOME 88
PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS 36
PLANT LEAVES 11, 40, 66
PLANT OILS 62, 69, 74
PLANT PREPARATIONS 3, 11
PLANT STEMS 36
PLASMA 24
PLATELET ACTIVATION 39
POISONS 55
POLYAMINES ANALYSIS 46
POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS 11
POLYMERS 71
POLYOXYETHYLENE 32
POLYPHENOL OXIDASE 53
POLYPHENOLS 10, 12, 13, 32, 33, 52, 55, 56, 57, 61, 76, 77, 78, 86, 87
PORKS 56
POULTRY 56
PPAR GAMMA 69
PRECANCEROUS 71
PRICES 15, 34
PRION 68
PrPSc PROTEINS 68
PROANTHOCYANIDIN 13, 24, 29
PROCESSING LADDER 15
PRECURSOR CELL 71
PRODRUGS 64
PRODUCTION 95
PRODUCTIVITY 58
PROLINE 17, 27, 48, 52
PROSTATE 32
PROSTATE CANCER 32
PROSTATIC NEOPLASMS 10, 25, 26, 49, 64, 68
PROTEASOME ENDOPEPTIDASE 68
PROTECTION 40
PRPTEIN BIOSYNTHESIS 48
PROTEIN KINASE C 42
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS 33
PROTEINS 8, 10, 37, 38, 42, 45, 62, 86
PROTEOME 37
PROTEOSOME ENDOPEPTIDASE 42, 44

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PROTO-ONCOGENE PROTEINS 20
PROTOCOLS PHARMACOLOGY 23
PROXIMAL CYTOLOGY 73
PSIDIUM GUAJAVA 52, 57
PSORIOSIS 42
PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS 39
PULMONARY FIBROSIS 21
PUNICACEAE CHEMISTRY 26
PURIFICATION 10, 11
PURINE ALKALOIDS 79
PURINE BASE 78
PURINE NUCLEOSIDE 78
PYRETHRINS 66

Q
QUALITY 30, 95
QUALITY PARAMETER 98
QUEENSLAND 34
QUINAZOLINES 8
QUINIC ACID 47
QUINONES 29

R
RADICAL SCAVENGERS 7
RATS 29, 41, 75, 78, 87, 91, 93
READY-TO-DRINK TEA 53
REDUCING EFFECTS 22
REMOVAL 56
RENAL CELL 83
REPERFUSION 5
RESERPINE 86
RESISTIN 33
RETINOL 15
RHIZOSPHERE 29, 75, 81
RIBOFLAVIN 15
RIBOSOMAL ANALYSIS 17
RICE 33
RNA 17, 41
RNA BINDING 48
RNA GENETICS 21
ROOIBOS 77, 93
ROOT 50, 80
ROSA 56
ROSEMARINUS OFFICINALIS 52, 56, 57
ROSEMARY 57

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RT-PCR 92
RUBBER 34
RUMEN 19, 32, 58, 64

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SALIVA PHYSIOLOGY 47
SALIVARY GLANDS 43
SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS 57
SALVIA OFFICINALIS 93
SAP FLOW 52
SAPONINS 19, 33, 64
SCIATIC NEUROPATHY 21
SCAVENGER CHEMISTRY 48
SCAVENGERS PHARMACOLOGY 18
SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES 8
SEAFOOD TOXICITY 25
SEASON 98
SEED RECALCITRANCE 28
SEEDLINGS 80
SELENIUM BLOOD 3
SENSORY EVALUATION 54
SESQUITERPENES 45
SHEEP 58
SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION 61, 68
SILAGE 32, 58
SILAGE MAKING 54
SIMVASTATIN 64
SJOGREN’S SYNDROME 43
SKELETAL MUSCLE 63
SKIN AGING 2, 43
SKIN NEOPLASMS 46, 71
SKIN PHYSIOLOGY 62
SMALL CELLS 9
SMOKE 42
SMOOTH MUSCLE 49
SOFTROT 96
SOIL 17
SOIL ANALYSIS 45
SOIL MICROBIAL BIOMASS 54
SOIL MICROBIOLOGY 62
SOIL ORGANIC 58
SOIL PH 34
SOIL POLLUTANTS 44, 60, 89
SOIL STANDARDS 60
SOLUBILITY 32

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SOLVENTS 32
SOLVENT EXTRACTION 30
SOMATIC EMBRYO 28
SOUTH AFRICA 34
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION 31
SPATIAL VARIABILITY 75
SPECTROMETRY 89
SPECTROPHOTOMETRY 58
SPINAL CORD 62
SPLANCHNIC CIRCULATION 5
SQUAMOUS CELL 65
SRI LANKA 34
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS 60
STEM HEAT BALANCE METHOD 52
STOMACH NEOPLASMS 37, 65, 67
STOMACH ULCER 39
STORAGE 32
SUCROSE 66
SUNBURN 46
SUNSCREENING 46
SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE 52
SUPEROXIDE ANIONS 14
SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE 22
SUPPLY RESPONSE 34
SWIMMING 26
SWINE 4, 63

T
T-LYMPHOCYTE 36
TACROLIMUS 73
TACROLIMUS TOXICITY 26
TANNINS 13, 15
TANZANIA 77
TEA 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57,
58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86,
87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 94, 97, 98
TEA FLOWERS 92
TEA INDUSTRY 15
TEA INFUSIONS 53
TEA LEAVES 30, 92
TEA SAMPLES 14
TEA VIGO 30
TEA WASTES 51
TENDER SHOOTS 13

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TERPENES 56
TERPENOIDS 56
TEST GUIDELINES 80
THALASSEMIA BLOOD 24
THEABROWNINS 34, 59
THEACEAE 76, 78
THEANINE 76, 79
THEASAPOGENOL B 30
THEAFLAVINS 16, 30, 34, 54
THEAFLAVINE 56, 59
THEARUBIGINS 34, 59
THEOBROMINE 58
THEOPHYLLINE 15
THERAPEUTIC 24, 49
THERAPEUTIC USE 90
THERAPY 62
THERMOGENESIS 3, 58, 84, 91
THIAMIN 15
THINNESS BLOOD 65
THIOPHOSPHORIC ACID 9
THREONINE 10
THYROID 87
THYROTOXICOSIS 23
TIEGUANYIN TEA 98
TISSUE CULTURE 78
TNF-RELATED APOPTOSIS 68
TOBACCO 12
TOXIC
TOXIC METALS 79
TOXICITY 37, 66, 78, 86
TOONA SINENSIS 52, 57
TRACE ELEMENTS 63, 97
TRADITIONAL MEDICINES 33
TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR 68
TRIACYLGLYCEROL 57
TRIAZINES 36
TRITICUM 18
TROPICAL TEA 97
TRYPSIN 57
TUMOR NECROSIS 41
TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR 43
TYROSINE 84, 91

U
UBIQUINONE 2

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ULTRAVIOLET 86
ULTRAVIOLET RAYS 39, 46
URINARY BLADDER 17

V
VACCINIUM MACROCARPON 23
VALUE ADDED 15
VARIETIES 92
VASCULAR DISEASES 70
VASCULAR ENDOTHELIUM 19, 74, 85
VASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY 70
VERBENA 23
VITAMIN B 12 15
VITAMIN E 32, 62, 63, 84
VITIS 23, 24
VOLATILE COMPONENTS 51, 53, 56
VULVITIS ETIOLOGY 74

W
WALKING 24
WASTES 32, 33
WATER DEFICIT 12, 29
WATER POLLUTANTS 11, 40, 89
WATER SUPPLY 40
WATER USE 52, 77
WEIGHT GAIN 36, 69
WEIGHT LOSS 2
WHITE TEA 18, 90
WINTER DORMANCY 14
WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME 4

X
XANTHINE ALKALOIDS 14
XANTHINE OXIDASE 65
XANTHOMONAS 39, 46
XENOBIOTICS 61
XYLEM SAP 81

Y
YEASTS 15
YIELDS 77, 80, 95
YOGHURT BACTERIA 93

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Z
ZANTHOXYLUM PIPERITUM 13
ZINC 3, 63
ZIZIPHUS 67
ZIZYPHUS JUJUBA 13, 84

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