scoparius

scoparius

(skō-pā′rē-ŭs)
The fresh or dried tops of broom, Cytisus scoparius. It was used in the distant past as a diuretic and emetic.
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In Australia, the native hemiparasitic vine, Cassytha pubescens (Loranthaceae), modifies interactions among three nonnative species: a pollinator (Apis mellifera), a seed predator (Bruchidius villosus), and the invasive legume Cytisus scoparius (Prider et al.
Feeding habits of asteroids, Luidia quinaria and Astropecte, scoparius, in Ise Bay, central Japan.
Degradacao ruminal dos tecidos vegetais e composicao Bromatologica de cultivares de Axonopus scoparius (Fluegge) Kuhlm.
Nonlocal transplantation and outbreeding depression in the subshrub Lotus scoparius (Fabaceae).
Antioxidant effect of Cytisus scoparius against carbon tetrachloride treated liver injury in rats.
Plant out those shrubs that are tender at an early age, such as hydrangeas, choysia, fuchsia, Clematis armandii and Cytissus scoparius.
This community is dominated by Acacia species and accompanied with Alhagi mannifera, Alhagi maurorum, Hyoscymus muticus and Phaeopappus scoparius.
The mosaic system is a mixture of short-grass prairie on the more xeric, upland or south facing slopes and can be dominated by Bouteloua gracilis, Bouteloua hirsuta, Andropogon scoparius, Carex filifolia, and Buchloe dactyloides (Kaul and Rolfsmeier 1993).
Those species that were seeded frequently, yet present infrequently ("ineffectively seeded") includes a mixture of eight native grasses and forbs: Andropogon scoparius, Achillea millefolium, Agropyron riparium, Agropyron caninum, Ratibida columnifera, Bouteloua graeilis, Sporobulus eryptandrus, and Festuca ovina.
The most abundant graminoids were Schizachyrium scoparius (little bluestem), Andropogon gerardii (big bluestem), Panicum lanuginosum (panic grass), and Carex pensylvanica.
Also, Nilsen & Muller (1981) found that branch elongation in the legume Lotus scoparius in California was primarily influenced by soil moisture and they suggested that this is a common response in chaparral plants.