Rumex


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Rumex

plant genus of the Polygonaceae family; dock and sorrel plants which contain oxalate but are unpalatable and are rarely recorded as causes of poisoning. Includes R. acetosa (sorrel), R. acetosella (R. angiocarpus, dock sorrel), R. brownii (swamp dock), R. conglomeratus (clustered dock), R. crispus (curly dock), R. venosus (veined dock), R. vesicarius (red or ruby dock). See also soluble oxalate poisoning.
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Also Apiaceae, Rosaceae, Compositae, Rumex, Filipendula, Chenopodiaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Plantago, Cyperaceae, Trifolium, and Galium pollen is found.
smartweed) yes FACW Rumex crispus (curly dock) no FACU Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (great bulrush) yes OBL Trifolium pratense (red clover) no FACU Typha spp.
Rumex aquaticus, Senecio triangularis, and Nuphar lutea ssp.
The product name is Dragostat-11 (INCI: water, glycerin, Rumex Crispus extract).
Rumex crispus (Yellow dock): Sometimes called curly dock.
Either raw or boiled, often in the Rumex acetosa L.
After success in the Bahraini community, Rumex will demonstrate Assembly Point's database and social networking capabilities for the first time.
Patterns of resource allocation in male and female plants of Rumex acetosa and R.
Of non-native species, only Achillea millefolium (common yarrow), Daucus carota (wild carrot), Mollugo verticillata (carpetweed), Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Rumex acetosella (sour dock), and Tragapogon dubius (sand goat's-beard) were in our quadrats.
Only six exotic species were recorded in the plots, Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Achillea millefolium (yarrow), and Rumex acetosella (sour dock) being the most common with Importance Values between 2.