Ligustrum vulgare


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Ligustrum vulgare

European plant in the family Oleaceae. Reputed to cause gastroenteritis, but this is an uncommon event in view of the widespread occurrence of the plant. No toxin has been identified. Called also privet.
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In vitro anti-inflammatory activity of Ligustrum vulgare extracts and their analytical characterization.
He lists Ligustrum vulgare as "frequent in moist disturbed woods" (Anliot 1973, p 102).
We counted all Lonicera maackii and Ligustrum vulgare plants in ten 3 x 3 m quadrats equally spaced along each transect.
Comparison among transect density means for Ligustrum vulgare.
Comparison of Density of Ligustrum vulgare between Topographic Positions
The distribution of Ligustrum vulgare in the Glen also reflects the trend of an establishing species.
The deep shade of the forest may prevent Ligustrum vulgare from reaching its normal height and width.
The only current measure of the lower level of invasion on the west facing slopes is the lower numbers of older plants of both Lonicera maackii and Ligustrum vulgare.