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heather

Herbal medicine
An evergreen shrub that contains arbutin, carotene, citric and fumaric acids, flavonoids, tannins and volatile oils; it is antitussive, mildly sedative, a urinary tract antiseptic, and has been used for rheumatic complaints and gout.
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Upholstered in a soft grey fabric and featuring neatly turned legs, the Calluna showcases a timeless style that will be treasured for years to come.
Ibidem, near Montiguero, 29TQH334647, grassland in Calluna heath, in areas covered with snow for long time, 2087 m asl, 1-VII-2016, E.
This was true for three species that were present in the diet of both chamois and red deer (Carabelli 2008): Juniperus communis, Calluna vulgaris and Loiseleuria procumbens.
Como clase I (importante) a Calluna vulgaris, Castanea sativa, Cytisus scoparius-t., Conium maculatum, Echium vulgare-t., Erica australis, E.
Assessment of antiradical potential of Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull and its major flavonoid.
and Calluna vulgaris, as well as spores of the mosses Pohlia nutans, Dicranella cerviculata, and Polytrichum longisetum are viable.
Herbaceous species of Calluna vulgaris, Luzula pilosa and Polygonatum odoratum were found only in the control site and still did not occur in the 4-year-old fire site (Table 1).
In this tale the bees of Tokyo are disappearing and Ziggy with his brothers Wiri and Florian and sister Calluna have been taken to Tokyo by their human, Sparkles, to help solve the problem.
Go for heather calluna vulgaris Annemarie, with pale pink buds that deepen as they open and are set off by pinkflowering cyclamen hederifolium, with marbled leaves to lighten the scheme.
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(2009) on burning management and carbon sequestration of an upland heather (Calluna vulgaris) moorland addresses an important subject that is currently under much debate in the UK.
La morfologia polinica de tres de los generos pertenecientes a esta familia (Arbutus L., Calluna (L.) Hull.