hedera helix leaf/stem extract
extract of the leaves and stems of the ivy, hedera helix l., araliaceae
 
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      680832 Extrapone® Ivy Life Essentials - Botanicals
      Extrapone® Ivy contains an ivy leave extract in propylene glycol and water. Ivy (Hedera Helix L.) used for our Extrapone® is cultivated in Eastern Europe. The Ivy leaves are harvested, cleaned and if necessary comminuted, aqueously extracted (maceration/percolation) and filtrated. The filtrate is concentrated by distillation, prepared in a mixture of propylene glycol, water and preservatives and clear filtrated after an individual ripening time. 1 kg Extrapone® Ivy contains the aqueous soluble ingredients of approx. 0.2 kg dried Ivy leaves. Dried plant - extract - ratio: 0.2 : 1
       
       
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Name: hedera helix l. leaf/stem extract
CAS Number: 84082-54-2 
ECHA EC Number: 282-000-2
Wisconsin Invasive Non-native plant species
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Food Chemicals Codex Listed: No
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CosIng: cosmetic data
Cosmetic Uses: anticaking agents
antimicrobial agents
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skin conditioning
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Extrapone® Ivy
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Use: Extrapone® Ivy contains an ivy leave extract in propylene glycol and water. Ivy (Hedera Helix L.) used for our Extrapone® is cultivated in Eastern Europe. The Ivy leaves are harvested, cleaned and if necessary comminuted, aqueously extracted (maceration/percolation) and filtrated. The filtrate is concentrated by distillation, prepared in a mixture of propylene glycol, water and preservatives and clear filtrated after an individual ripening time. 1 kg Extrapone® Ivy contains the aqueous soluble ingredients of approx. 0.2 kg dried Ivy leaves. Dried plant - extract - ratio: 0.2 : 1
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Oral/Parenteral Toxicity:
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Inhalation Toxicity:
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Category: cosmetic agents
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Recommendation for hedera helix leaf/stem extract usage levels up to:
 not for fragrance use.
 
Recommendation for hedera helix leaf/stem extract flavor usage levels up to:
 not for flavor use.
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 hedera helix l. leaf/stem extract
Chemidplus: 084082542
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 hedera helix l. leaf/stem extract
Pubchem (sid): 135299605
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 ivy english ivy leaf
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Synonyms:
 aralia capitata leaf/stem extract
 extract of the leaves and stems of the ivy, hedera helix l., araliaceae
 hedera caucasigena leaf/stem extract
 hedera helix subsp. caucasigena leaf/stem extract
 hedera taurica leaf/stem extract
extrapone ivy (Symrise)
english ivy leaf/stem extract
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PubMed: Phytophthora niederhauserii sp. nov., a polyphagous species associated with ornamentals, fruit trees and native plants in 13 countries.
PubMed: Accumulation of particulate matter and trace elements on vegetation as affected by pollution level, rainfall and the passage of time.
PubMed: Intracuticular wax fixes and restricts strain in leaf and fruit cuticles.
PubMed: Pharmacokinetics of hederacoside C, an active ingredient in AG NPP709, in rats.
PubMed: Visualization and localization of bromotoluene distribution in Hedera helix using NanoSIMS.
PubMed: Deposition of particulate matter of different size fractions on leaf surfaces and in waxes of urban forest species.
PubMed: miRNA control of vegetative phase change in trees.
PubMed: A radioactive assay allowing the quantitative measurement of cuticular permeability of intact Arabidopsis thaliana leaves.
PubMed: Water relations of climbing ivy in a temperate forest.
PubMed: Delivering high-resolution landmarks using inkjet micropatterning for spatial monitoring of leaf expansion.
PubMed: Systematic review of clinical trials assessing the effectiveness of ivy leaf (hedera helix) for acute upper respiratory tract infections.
PubMed: Differences between water permeability of astomatous and stomatous cuticular membranes: effects of air humidity in two species of contrasting drought-resistance strategy.
PubMed: Uptake and storage of PCBs by plant cuticles.
PubMed: Qualitative detection of Mg content in a leaf of Hedera helix by using X-ray radiation from a laser plasma source.
PubMed: [Ellipticity of He-Ne-laser linearly polarized radiation reflected by leaves of plants and leaf cuticle characteristics].
PubMed: Optical properties of the adaxial and abaxial faces of leaves. Chlorophyll fluorescence, absorption and scattering coefficients.
PubMed: Phytophthora tropicalis on Hedera helix and Epipremnum aureum in Polish greenhouses.
PubMed: Herbal medicines for the treatment of COPD: a systematic review.
PubMed: Tolerance, safety and efficacy of Hedera helix extract in inflammatory bronchial diseases under clinical practice conditions: a prospective, open, multicentre postmarketing study in 9657 patients.
PubMed: Characterization of hydrophilic and lipophilic pathways of Hedera helix L. cuticular membranes: permeation of water and uncharged organic compounds.
PubMed: Plant-microbe interactions: identification of epiphytic bacteria and their ability to alter leaf surface permeability.
PubMed: HPLC profiling and quantification of active principles in leaves of Hedera helix L.
PubMed: Species-specific variation in the importance of the spectral quality gradient in canopies as a signal for photosynthetic resource partitioning.
PubMed: A new technique for measurement of water permeability of stomatous cuticular membranes isolated from Hedera helix leaves.
PubMed: Ecophysiological relevance of cuticular transpiration of deciduous and evergreen plants in relation to stomatal closure and leaf water potential.
PubMed: Efficacy of dry extract of ivy leaves in children with bronchial asthma--a review of randomized controlled trials.
PubMed: The hydraulic conductance of the angiosperm leaf lamina: a comparison of three measurement methods.
PubMed: Effect of humidity on cuticular water permeability of isolated cuticular membranes and leaf disks.
PubMed: Effect of temperature on cuticular transpiration of isolated cuticular membranes and leaf discs.
PubMed: Ultrastructure of minor-vein phloem and assimilate export in summer and winter leaves of the symplasmically loading evergreens Ajuga reptans L., Aucuba japonica Thunb., and Hedera helix L.
PubMed: Plant-Microbe Interactions: Wetting of Ivy (Hedera helix L.) Leaf Surfaces in Relation to Colonization by Epiphytic Microorganisms.
PubMed: Separation, identification and quantitative determination of free amino acids from plant extracts.
PubMed: The major allergen of Dendropanax trifidus Makino.
PubMed: Relative sensitivity of greenhouse pot plants to long-term exposures of NO- and NO2-containing air.
PubMed: Changes in the pattern of cell arrangement at the surface of the shoot apical meristem in Hedera helix L. following gibberellin treatment.
PubMed: Photoinhibition of photosynthesis under natural conditions in ivy (Hedera helix L.) growing in an understory of deciduous trees.
PubMed: Gibberellin-induced reorganization of spatial relationships of emerging leaf primordia at the shoot apical meristem in Hedera helix L.
PubMed: Dihydroflavonol Reductase Activity in Relation to Differential Anthocyanin Accumulation in Juvenile and Mature Phase Hedera helix L.
PubMed: The relationship between CO2 assimilation and electron transport in leaves.
PubMed: Photoinhibition and zeaxanthin formation in intact leaves : a possible role of the xanthophyll cycle in the dissipation of excess light energy.
PubMed: Stomatal Responses to Light and Drought Stress in Variegated Leaves of Hedera helix.
PubMed: Accumulation and transport of (2,4-dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid in plant cuticles: I. Sorption in the cuticular membrane and its components.
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