cocklebur


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cocklebur

(1) Agrimony, see there; Agrimonia eupatoria.
(2) Burdock, see there; Arctium lappa.

bur·dock

(bŭr'dok)
Herbal agent made from Arctium lappa or A. minus; produced in several forms (e.g., cream, tonic, liquid); used against a huge range of disorders (e.g., arthritis, pain syndromes, rash); has been involved in poisoning; safety and efficacy not established.
Synonym(s): beggar's buttons, cocklebur (2) , wild gobo.

ag·ri·mo·ny

(ag'ri-mō-nē)
A perennial herb (Agrimonia eupatoria, A. herba) used in desiccated form in tablets and infusions, as well as topically (wound healing, astringent).
Synonym(s): cocklebur (1) , sticklewort.
[L. agrimonia, fr. G. argemōnē]
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Exogenous glutathione counteracted the effects of MSMA on the growth of susceptible cocklebur seedlings, callus, shoots and leaf discs.
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Aspects of the physiology, development, and flowering of the cocklebur, Xanthium strumarium, have been extensively investigated (Maksymowych, 1990).
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Soaking cocklebur mats with mineral oil may facilitate their removal; however, often the mat must be cut with scissors.
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