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UbichinonDECo-enzyme, sometimes called ubichinone-10 or Q 10, a chinon-derivate as yellow-orange powder belonging to the chemical group of ubichinones. Produced by fermentation of yeast or made with bacterial fermentation processes. Useful for intracellular energy-changes.2012-07-0303027-DE
ubichinoneENCo-enzyme, sometimes called ubichinone-10 or Q 10, a chinon-derivate as yellow-orange powder belonging to the chemical group of ubichinones. Produced by fermentation of yeast or made with bacterial fermentation processes. Useful for intracellular energy-changes.2012-07-0303026-EN
Ui-vezelsNLVegetabl product of the manufacture of onion protein consisting of extracted ground onions and/or onion tails, skins and rejects.2016-01-1106016-NL
UieneiwitNLVegetable product derived from precipitation of a solution, extracted from onion and/or onion tails, skins and rejects. Product is artificially dried.2016-01-1106013-NL
UlmenrindeDEUlmenrinde (Ulmus) getrocknet, geschnitten2011-01-2401209-DE
UlmusENBark of Orme (Ulmus) dried, cut or powdered2013-09-2704091-EN
Ulva LactucaENUlva lactuca is a thin flat green alga growing from a discoid holdfast. The margin is somewhat ruffled and often torn. It may reach 18 centimetres (7.1 in) or more in length, though generally much less, and up to 30 centimetres (12 in) across.[1] The membrane is two cells thick, soft and translucent, and grows attached, without a stipe, to rocks or other algae by a small disc-shaped holdfast.[2] Green to dark green in color, this species in the Chlorophyta is formed of two layers of cells irregularly arranged, as seen in cross section. The chloroplast is cup-shaped with 1 to 3 pyrenoids. There are other species of Ulva which are similar and not always easy to differentiate. Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulva_lactuca 2013-10-2904203-EN
Ulva LactucaNLUlva lactuca is a thin flat green alga growing from a discoid holdfast. The margin is somewhat ruffled and often torn. It may reach 18 centimetres (7.1 in) or more in length, though generally much less, and up to 30 centimetres (12 in) across.[1] The membrane is two cells thick, soft and translucent, and grows attached, without a stipe, to rocks or other algae by a small disc-shaped holdfast.[2] Green to dark green in color, this species in the Chlorophyta is formed of two layers of cells irregularly arranged, as seen in cross section. The chloroplast is cup-shaped with 1 to 3 pyrenoids. There are other species of Ulva which are similar and not always easy to differentiate. Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulva_lactuca 2013-10-2904204-NL
UncariaENa genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae2011-06-2402156-EN
Uncaria Rhynchophylia ENUncaria Rhynchophylia (Uncaria Stem):Stem with hooks dried and powdered.2013-07-0303888-EN
Uncaria tomentosa écorceFRUncaria tomentosa écorce (Uncaria tomentosa bark) dried, cut or powdered 2015-03-2705435-FR
Uncaria tomentosa barkENUncaria tomentosa écorce (Uncaria tomentosa bark) dried, cut or powdered 2015-03-2705434-EN
Unguraș - Marrubium vulgare L. (White Horehound) herb ground (powdered), suspended in water / glycerol, liquid extract of the herbROMarrubium vulgare L. (White Horehound) herb ground (powdered), suspended in water /glycerol/fixed oil, liquid extract of the herb. Plant meadows and pastures. Wild growing. Natural component of hay and forage.Stimulates the initial phase of digestion, particularly the secretion of salivary and gastric juices. Also stimulates the release of bile by the liver and gallbladder. Helps increase the flow of bile. Helps stimulate the appetite. Helps treat digestive disturbanc. Herb Marrubium contains: Diterpene – marrubine C21H28O4 – about 1%; alcaloids: betonicine 0,3%; Volatile oil 0,05%; Tannins – ok. 7%; Ursolic acid about 0,1%; Saponins – 0,18%; Diterpeny 0,3% (perignol, perignine. 2014-03-2504523-RO
URACILENUracil is one of the four nucleobase which are present in nucleic acid of the RNA. It is obtained by synthesis processes.2016-07-2206351-EN
Uraria pictaPLUraria picta Desv.(= Hedysarum pictum), family: Fabaceae, herbal material, whole plant dried cut or powdered, a source of protein.2013-11-1804217-PL
Uraria picta aqueous extractENAqueous extract from Uraria picta Desv.(= Hedysarum pictum, family: Fabaceae) root,leaves, whole plant as a product of decoction process (water extraction), vegetal material, a source of sugars/carbohydrates2015-05-2705620-EN
Urtica dioica L. - pokrzywa zwyczajna - ziele, lisc, nasiona, owoce, klacze, ekstrakty.PLStinging nettle is a powerhouse of nutrients. It contains on average 22% protein, 4% fats, 37% non-nitrogen extracts, 9-21% fiber, and 19-29% ash. The leaves contain about 4.8 mg chlorophyll per gram of dry leaves. Plant meadows and pastures. Wild growing. Natural component of hay and forage.2015-08-1805831-PL
Usturoiul - garlic - bulbs, extracts, essential oilROAllium sativum L. - bulbs, herba, extract, essential oil. Spice, improves appetite in animals. Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 623 kJ (149 kcal) Carbohydrates 33.06 g Sugars 1 g Dietary fiber 2.1 g Fat 0.5 g Protein 6.36 g 2015-08-1705765-RO
UV exposed dehydrated yeastENLievito di birra essiccato sottoposto ad un trattamento con lampade a raggi U.V. che trasformano l'ergosterolo in ergocalciferolo2011-12-0102616-EN