1), collected in Rio de Janeiro in 1768, has significant antibacterial and antiviral properties; Lepidium oleraceum, collected in New Zealand in 1769, is a rich source of vitamin C and was eaten by Cook's crew to prevent scurvy; Tetragonia tetragonioides
western sea-purslane Tetragonia tetragonioides
Grieve, 2000 Growth stage modulates salinity tolerance of New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonioides
Our results are also in agreement with earlier reports on the effects of total N on oxalate content in Tetragonia tetragonioides
(Ahmed and Johnson, 2000).