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bindweed

Herbal medicine
A perennial vine widely distributed thoughout temperate Northern and Southern Hemisphere; it has been used as a laxative and as a folk remedy for jaundice and gallbladder disease, which increases bile flow.
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Experimental swainsonine poisoning in goats ingesting ingesting Ipomoea sericophylla and Ipomoea riedelii Ipomoea riedelii (Convolvulaceae).
Key Words: Bedelliidae; damage; Convolvulaceae; Lepidoptera; sweet potato
pain [30], cancer, (Malvaceae); hypoglycemic [31] 42,823/HNC Ipomoea Antidiabetic, batatas (L.) Lam anti-inflammatory, (Convolvulaceae); reducing risk of 55,594/HNC cardiovascular disease, anticancer, reducing stomach stress, nausea, diarrhea [32] Irvingia gabonensis Diarrhea, hernia, (Aubry.
Families represented by numerous herbaceous climbers were Fabaceae, Dioscoreaceae, and Convolvulaceae, whereas families including woody species such as Bignoniaceae, Passifloraceae, and Vitaceae (Gentry, 1991) were less rich.
7 Fabaceae Bauhinia brachycalyx Ducke 8 Convolvulaceae Maripa peruviana Ooststr.
We quote in February a Convolvulaceae Calystegia sepium (81%), and a Plantaginaceae Plantago crasiifolia (80%).
Analysis of the floristic composition characterized 19 weed species which belong to eight plant families: Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Commelinaceae, Convolvulaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Poaceae, Portulacaceae and Solanaceae.
(Gnetaceae) deposit number 59887/HNC, and Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam (Convolvulaceae) deposit number 26429/SRF Cam and seed kernels of Ricinodendron heudelotii (Baill) Pierre Pax (Euphorbiaceae) deposit number 19695/SRF Cam were procured from local market, Douala, Cameroon, and identified at the National Herbarium of Cameroon.
Convolvulus is the largest genus of family Convolvulaceae; it contains 250 species present as herbs, trees, or shrubs [15].
Respecto a los distintos indices de diversidad aplicados, Asteraceae presento los valores mas altos (DMg = 7.391, Ds = 18.672 y H'= 3.201), seguido de Fabaceae (DMg = 6.756, Ds = 13.709 y H'= 3.008) y Cactaceae (DMg = 6.162, Ds = 13.844 y H' = 2.947); mientras que los mas bajos se observaron en Convolvulaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Malvaceae, Papaveraceae, Plantaginaceae, Passifloraceae y Zygophylaceae (Ds = 1, DMg y H' = 0) (Cuadro 6).