Corydalis


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Corydalis

a genus of American plants in the family Fumariaceae; contains isoquinoline alkaloids which cause convulsions, vomiting and diarrhea. Includes C. aurea, C. caseana, C. flavula. Called also fitweed, fumatory.
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Many corydalis are too fussy to grow well outdoors but look lovely in pots in a cool greenhouse.
For the first time, we revealed that DA-9701, an extract from Pharbitis Semen and Corydalis Tuber, has promising effects on GI motor functions, which include accelerating gastric emptying and meal transit as well as enhancing gastric accommodation.
Leguminosae Roots Methanolic Corydalis solida Linn.
Reticuline N-oxide (88) was isolated from aerial parts of flowering Corydalis pseudoadunca, and total alkaloid content was 1.
For Corydalis cheilanthifolia, the process boosted the overproduction of the desired macleyin, while limiting the undesired sanguinarine ratio from 27 to 263 (p<0.
Best of the Bunch Corydalis flexuosa IF YOU have never grown this plant or seen its flowers, you will not be able to visualise the intensity of the blue that these racemes of flowers produce in spring.
Solidaga urnlifolia, Myosotis rnacrosperrna, Valerianella umbilicata, Camassia scilloides, Phacelia purshii, Carex aggregate, Corydalis flavula).
Golden corydalis, desert phlox, desert chicory, spiderwort, popcorn flower, thistle poppy, fiddlenecks, deer vetch, desert anemone, scorpion flower, strawberry hedgehog cactus and pincushion cactus are in bloom.
Ever since I clapped eyes on this fine corydalis, I've admired it.
Corydalis solida `Lahovice' is a good choice for underplanting younger specimens where the flowers are close enough to the ground to be viewed alongside those of the perennial.
If you like blue flowers, you shouldn't be without Corydalis flexuosa, which covers an area of 20cm and only reaches 30cm high, producing unusual, delicate, tubular 2.
Plant of the Week - Corydalis flexuosa IF YOU like blue flowers, you shouldn't be without this small plant, which covers an area of 20cm and only reaches 30cm high, producing unusual, delicate, tubular 2cm flowers on light-green, ferny foliage.