Polygonum


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Polygonum

genus of toxic plants in the family Polygonaceae, called collectively smartweeds. Some cause nitrate-nitrite poisoning, some cause photosensitization; includes P. aviculare (wireweed), P. convolvulus (Fallopia convolvulus), P. esculentum, P. fagopyrum (Fagopyrum sagittatum), P. hydropiper (water pepper), P. lapathifolium (Persicaria lapathifolium), P. orientale (Persicaria orientalis), P. pennsylvanicum (willow weed), P. persicaria (spotted persicaria).
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Evaluation of antioxidant potential and hplc based identification of phenolics in Polygonum amplexicaule extract and its fractions.
The eight- nucleate sac is formed by three divisions of the functional megaspore and therefore of the Polygonum type of development.
Ludwigia helminthorrhiza, otras Ludwigia, Amaranthus spinosus, Achyranthes aspera, Eclipta prostata, Cyathula achyranthoides, Polygonum densiflorum, Cuphea carthagenensis, Pacourina edulis e Hibiscus sp.
Keywords: Polygonum barbatum Antimicrobial activity Physio-chemical analysis.
Report to the Fish and Game Commission on the status of Scotts Valley polygonum (Polygonum hiekmanii).
Fruits of Piper nigrum and leaves of Polygonum hydropiper were used for treatment of menstrual pain as a combined mixture.
Polygonum tinctorium (NajuJjok, NJJ) has been used for centuries in traditional Korean medicine (TKM) and as a textile dye traditionally.
fallax Reseda glauca Draba dedeana Carex ornithopoda Pritzelago alpina Euphorbia chamaebuxus Saxifraga paniculata Polygonum viviparum Carex capillaris Carex parviflora Veronica alpina Altitude (l=10m) 199 210 211 209 209 222 216 Area ([m.
Polygonum amlaxicaul, Saxifraga ciliata, Polygonum alpinum, Poa annua and Berginia cialata (Qureshi, 2000).
Poa pratensis; Poa secunda; Polygonum douglassi; Potentilla gracilis; Pseudoroegneria spicata; and Sedum stenopetalum.