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Keywords: Fritillaria, chromosome number, UPGMA, PCA, Turkey.
Hypothesis/Purpose: We investigated whether verticine, ebeiedine and suchengbeisine isolated from the bulbs of Fritillaria thunbergii inhibit the gene expression and production of MUC5AC mucin from human airway epithelial cells.
The bulbs of various Fritillaria species are traditionally used as an important antitussive, expectorant, and antihypertensive drug in Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Pakistani and southeastern Asian folk medicines [17].
AMICH & BERNARDOS (2013) show a detailed description of the distribution and ecology of Fritillaria caballeroi, an endemic threatened plant whose distribution is restricted to the mountains of the western sector of the Central System (Tormantos, Bejar, Francia and Estrela) and the Montes de Leon, up to 1500 m asl.
NOTHING SOOTHES THE SOUL like spring--and nothing announces the season like a clump of blooming tulips, a blur of grape hyacinths, a swath of crocuses, a blaze of daffodils, a secret clutch of shy, purple or white fritillaria.
In cases with thyroid nodules or swelling, phlegm-resolving components, such as fritillaria and oyster shell, are added.
Fritillaria lanceolata, sometimes called checker lilies, near Dexter.
The following bulbs are considered moderately shade tolerant: hyacinth, arum, ornamental allium/onion, fritillaria, erythronium, puschkinia and chinodoxa.
Daffodils and fritillaria lead up to the main event: tulips in every color of the rainbow (except blue).
lily of the valley), Fritillaria, Gloriosa (glory lily), Hemerocallis (daylily), Hosta, Hyacinthus, Muscari (grape hyacinth), Trillium, Tulipa, and Scilla (squill).
Firm favourites include richly scented hyacinths, tulips, daffodils and crocus, while there is also an abundance of new varieties of iris, fritillaria and camassia to try.
Plant a group of fritillaria meleagris (snakeshead fritillaria) in the rock garden for an added attraction in early spring.