Hedera helix


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Hedera helix

a member of the plant family Araliaceae. May contain a toxic saponin which causes milk fever-like recumbency in cattle. Called also ivy, common ivy.
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alpha]-Hederin, but not hederacoside C and hederagenin from Hedera helix, affects the binding behaviour, dynamics, and regulation of beta 2-adrenergic receptors.
2005), and thus deviates from most other cases of heteroblastic changes in leaf shape, a classic example being Hedera helix that produces lobed leaves as "juvenile" and entire leaves as "adult".
Hedera helix showed no significant differences in frequency among the transects.
Hedera helix 'Adam' is very similar but with the yellow splash on the outside of the leaves, is hardier than 'Paddy's Pride,' its slower-growing, more graceful leaves turning pinkish in winter.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera helix 'Duckfoot' and 'Tres Coupe', which remain compact.
Choose variegated forms, such as Hedera helix "Goldheart", H.
Unevenness of the canopy, coupled with small leaf size, favors penetration of light along trunks and the ground and accounts for the abundance of giant lianas (Clematis vitalba, Hedera helix, Vitis sylvestris before phylloxera) in the upper tree layers, the higher proportion of giant shrubs in the secondary tree layer (Cornus mas, Cornus sanguinea, Corylus avellana, Crataegus monogyna, Evonymus europaeus, Prunus spinosa, Sambucus nigra, and Viburnum lantana), and high underlayer densities (average of 5000 stems per [ha.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera Helix Duckfoot and Tres Coupe, which remain compact.
Some ivies are extremely hardy, surviving the worst of the winter weather unscathed, including Hedera helix, which will thrive in all soils and situations, producing glossy green leaves, and H.
The traditional and contemporary use of the dry extract of Hedera helix leaves is based on the believe that it acts miorelaxant on the smooth muscle (Rippe and Medejsky, 2006).
The other part will feature a LivePanel living wall, where a variety of plants including hedera helix ivy, euonymus emerald and gold and lavender hidcote will be embedded - watered by computer-controlled irrigation.