Pedicularis


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Pedicularis

a genus of plants in the family Scrophulariaceae that contain digitalis-like alkaloids and are potentially dangerous as poisons for animals. Called also lousewort.
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Pedicularis humilis is endemic to the Hengduan Mountains in the eastern Himalayas of southwest China.
Pollen morphology of four endemic species of Pedicularis from alpine zone of the Deosai plateau, Himalayan range.
For example, the height of Stipa crylovii was lower than other herbage species; the herbage mass of Pedicularis alaschanica was lower than other species; and the cover of Pedicularis alaschanica, Stellera chamaejasme, Achnatherum inebrians and Agropyron cristatum was very low (Table 2).
1996, "Genetic variation in population of the arctic perennial Pedicularis dasyantha (Scrophulariaceae), on svalbard, Norway", Am.
Caerulea, Scutellaria nana, Pedicularis densiflora, Leonotis leonuru, Zornia latifolia o Zornia diphylla, Nelumbo nucifera, Leonurus sibiricus, Althaea officinalis, Rosa canina.
Mid-summer to fall herbaceous flora included Carex frankii, Desmodium canadense, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Euthamia graminifolia, Filipendula rubra, Galium asprellum, Impatiens eapensis, Lilium michiganense, Lobelia siphilitica, Oxypolis rigidior, Pedicularis lanceolata, Pycnanthemum virginianum, Symphyotrichum puniceum, and Typha latifolia.
Genetic structure and AFLP variation of remnant populations in the rare plant Pedicularis palustris (Scrophulariaceae) and its relation to population size and reproductive components.
Pedicularis (lousewort) is a genus of semi-parasitic plants, often conspicuous in the alpine zone all over the Tibetan plateau and the Himalayan Mountains.
The thieving pedicularis require a host plant to help their uptake of nutrients so they mingle with grass and steal its goodies.
These were Aristida longispica, Carex prasina, Caulophyllum giganteum, Epifagus virginiana, Fagus grandifolia, Fraxinus nigra, Magnolia acuminata, Prosartes lanuginosa, Pedicularis lanceolata, Sambucus racemosa ssp.
1996) compared the elasticities of growth (G), stasis (L), and fecundity (F) for populations of Pedicularis furbishii and Cirsium vulgare that differed in growth rate.
In contrast, photosynthetic activity is evident for both Antirrhinum and Pedicularis, with levels of [CO.