2 edition of genus Sanguisorba section Poterium. found in the catalog.
genus Sanguisorba section Poterium.
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|Series||Opera botanica,, no. 16, Opera botanica ;, v. 16.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.R78 N58|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||68099368|
Although the genus Sarcopoterium Spach is considered to be monotypic, some authorities would place the taxon on the genus Poterium L. The plant, which grows naturally in Italy and the eastern Mediterranean, forms a low rounded shrub with stiff much-interwoven spiny branches (Polunin ). Geographic Range. The northern distribution boundary of Cepaea nemoralis is in Scotland and southern Scandinavia. The range extends south to the Iberian Peninsula and Croatia in the south. Capaea nemoralis is found in the western and eastern coasts of both Ireland and the UK, Belgium, and France. The eastward distribution extends to the northwestern areas of Poland.
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Within the Mediterranean, it often co‐occurs with other representatives of the genus and hybridization may occur frequently (see Section VIIIB). 4 Response to biotic factors. The leaves of O. sphegodes are closely appressed to the ground. Because of this, the species is rarely able to persist in communities in which taller species intercept a Cited by: 3. Full text of "Part first of a supplement to the Cybelle Britannica: to be continued occasionally as a record of progressive knowledge concerning the distribution of plants in Britain" See other formats.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nordborg, Gertrud. Genus Sanguisorba section Poterium. Lund, Gleerup (distr.), (OCoLC) Document Type.
The Great Burnet (P. officinale), was formerly regarded genus Sanguisorba section Poterium. book constituting a separate genus, Sanguisorba, but it is very similar to the Salad Burnet.
Its flowers, however, are all alike, and contain both stamens and pistils. It is much larger than Salad Burnet, and its flower-heads more cylindric, longer, and of. Phylogenetic studies based on molecular data indicated that Sanguisorba and Poterium form the earliest branching taxa of Sanguisorbinae (Fig.
1, simplified from Xiang et al., ). Widespread, well-known species, such as salad burnet (Sanguisorba minor Scop.). Talk:List of Dacian plant names (Poterium sanguisorba and Poterium polygamum). According to Rosoideae article, both Poterium and Sanguisorba genera are part of the Sanguisorbinae subtribus.
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In more severe cases of hemorrhagic disease, especially when the prominent site is the rectosigmoid area, a micro-lavage infusion can be used. In Veterinary Herbal Medicine, History and Traditional Usage: Solidago californica was used by a number of North American tribes to treat wounds and as an aid to prevent hair loss.
An infusion or decoction of the roots of S. canadensis was used for various disorders of children, such as fevers, starting during sleep, and the inability to speak or laugh.
Phylogenetic relationships among 88 genera of Rosaceae were investigated using nucleotide sequence data from six nuclear (18S, gbssi1, gbssi2, ITS, pgip, and ppo) and four chloroplast (matK, ndhF.
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A genus of perennial herbs (Poterium); especially, sorba, the common, or garden, burnet. Burnet moth (Zo”l.), in England, a handsome moth (Zyg‘na filipendula), with crimson spots on the wings. Genus XXXIII.
Urticaria. An amphimerina fever. On the 2d day, red spots resembling the stinging of nettles, almost vanishing during the day, but returning in the evening with the fever, and after a few days going off altogether in very small scales.
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By Yolande Heslop-Hanison 29 In fact, in addition to those listed in the previous section, very few are left except certain stations on the escarpment too rough for cultivation, small woodlands, bank sides, Poterium Sanguisorba Centaurium umbellatum. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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The input form will only work from within the Contribute. section. Among the Rosidae, the typical cinquefoils are close relatives of such plants as the avens of genus Geum and the roses (), and even closer relatives of the agrimonies ().Yet more closely related to Potentilla are the lady's mantles and strawberries ().The avens of genus Dryas are not as closely related as long believed though.
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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Book of Herbs, by Rosalind Northcote Burnet (Poterium Sanguisorba). The even mead, that erst brought sweetly forth The freckled Cowslip, Burnet and green Clover.
Most botanists, however, place it “in the genus Pyrethrum.” Mr Britten calls it Pyrethrum Parthenium. “Feverfew” comes from.Poterium sanguisorba polygamum 2 2 4 Prangos pabularia 2 2 Prunus divaricata 1 1 Least Concern ver According to our data, not least concern.
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