Asarum


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Asarum

(as'ar-ŭm),
A genus of plants of the family Aristolochiaceae.
[L., fr. G. asaron, hazelwort]
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In previous reports, AA-I have been found in some plants from the genus Asarum by HPLC or LC-MS method (Hashimoto et al.
part ([mu]g/gg) Sample and Mean duplicate Asarum sieboldii Miq.
Analysis of products suspected of containing Aristolochia or Asarum species.
Determination of aristolochic acid I and II in North American species of Asarum and Aristolochi.
Asarum is clonal, spreading by rhizomes located just beneath the leaf-litter layer (Cain & Damman 1997) and capable of forming large forest floor colonies (Brundrett & Kendrick 1990).
2] area at the southeast corner of the site, where Asarum and Euonymus co-occur.
Asarum soils were compared using randomized block analysis of variance (ANOVA, Systat v.
We generated a Bray-Curtis similarity matrix of TRF number and peak height data from Euonymus and Asarum samples, combining the data from all three restriction enzymes.
H]), and diversity (H') were not significantly different for bacterial communities associated with Euonymus versus Asarum (Table 1).
Multivariate analysis of TRFLP peak length and height profiles demonstrated that bacterial community composition was significantly different in soil collected underneath Euonymus versus Asarum ground-cover (ANOSIM, R = 0.
While differences among soil communities from Asarum versus Euonymus were readily apparent with multivariate analyses of TRFLP profiles, univariate measures of community structure (OTU richness, diversity and evenness) failed to detect significant differences among our two soil types.