Haplopappus


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Related to Haplopappus: Haplopappus acaulis, Haplopappus spinulosus

Haplopappus

a North American genus in the plant family Asteraceae (Compositae); plants contain a toxic alcohol, tremetol, and ingestion of the plant over a period causes a stiff gait, severe tremor and final collapse and death. Includes H. fruticosus, H. hartwegii, H. heterophyllus, H. tenuisectus. Called also Isocoma wrightii, Bigelowia rusbeyi, jimmy weed, rayless goldenrod, burrow weed. See also eupatoriumrugosum.
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Interspecific hybridization in Haplopappus and its bearing on chromosome evolution in the Blepharodon section.
Key words: Plant extracts, corpus cavernosum relaxation, Baccharis trimera, Haplopappus rigidus, Huperzia saururus, Maytenus ilicifolia, Satureja parvifolia, Senecio eriophyton
Baccharis trimera was collected in Villa Zorroaquin, Entre Rios Province; Haplopappus rigidus in Antofagasta de la Sierra, Catamarca Province; Huperzia saururus in Sierras Altas, Cordoba Province; Maytenus ilicifolia in Camp Roca, Misiones Province; Satureja parvifolia in Dep.
But also the A extracts should be considered in view of the notable results obtained with Haplopappus rigidus, Senecio eriophyton and, to a lesser extent, with S.
Many thousands of "average-size" bacteria could occupy the same volume as one average-size aseptically cultured carrot (Daucus carota) or Haplopappus gracilis cell.