Aloysia


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Aloysia

plant genus in the family Verbenaceae. Cointain a toxin, possibly a toxic indole alkaloid. Includes A. lycioides (Lippia ligustrina).
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The presence of diterpenoids in Aloysia virgata was previously reported.
5 Lycium puberulum -- -- -- -- -- -- Aloysia gratissima -- -- -- -- -- -- Aloysia wrightii -- -- 0 0 2.
Lindsey Kirschenmann led the Millers with 16 kills and 14 digs, and Aloysia Barrett added 14 kills.
She is the Aloysia Landry Barineau Professor of Keyboard Studies at Louisiana State University (LSU), and prior to her LSU appointment, she was artist-in-residence at Centenary College of Louisiana for twenty-one years.
The aim of the present work is to evaluate the putative antidepressant-like effects of a hydro-ethanolic extract (CEAp) and their fractions from the aerial parts of Aloysia polystachya (Griseb.
Lindsey Kirschenmann had 20 kills and Aloysia Barrett added 11 to lead host Springfield to a 27-25, 25-13, 21-25, 20-25, 15-12 upset of Thurston.
Aloysia virgata is a favorite of landscape architect Shirley Kerins, who also manages the plant sales at the Huntington Botanical Gardens.
Besides the mint family, which includes not only the sages but rosemary, thyme, lavender and yerba buena as well, the daisy family (coreopsis, cosmos, Shasta and Michelmas daisy), the carrot family (parsley, fennel, dill, cilantro), and the verbena family (verbena, caryopteris, aloysia, lantana) are all famous for attracting beneficial insects.
Aloysia Barrett had nine kills and Whitney Allen contributed 16 assists for the Millers.
The community is dominated by shrubs such as Aloysia wrightii, Acacia constricta, Aloysia gratissima, and Acacia greggii.
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Similar anti-inflammatory and radical scavenging activities and beneficial effects have also been observed with extracts from lemon verbena (Lippia citriodora (Palau) Kunth (Verbenaceae) (LC) or Aloysia triphylla) (L'Her.