Cytisus


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Cytisus

genus of the Fabaceae legume family; contain the toxic alkaloid cytisine which causes excitement, incoordination, convulsions and death due to asphyxia. Includes C. scoparius, C. multiflorus, C. proliferus. Called also brooms.
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Otros tipos presentes en todas las mieles como Crataegus monogyna, Cytisus scoparius, Echium plantagineum y Myrtus communis, superaron el 10% en varias de las muestras (Fig.
For chalky soils: abutilon, carpenteria, ceanothus, chaenomeles, clematis, cotoneaster, cytisus, garrya, hedera, hydrangea, jasminum, lippia, magnolia, passiflora, polygonum, pyracantha, ribes, vitis, wisteria.
Asi, estas fruticedas de Cytisus oromediterraneus parecen jugar un papel dinamico similar respecto a los enebrales rastreros del Vaccinio microphylli-Juniperetum alpinae que las de las asociaciones Senecioni carpetani-Cytisetum oromediterranei, Cytiso oromediterranei-Echinospartetum hirsuti, Cytiso oromediterranei-Echinospartetum pulviniformis y Festuco gredensis-Cytisetum oromediterranei respecto a los enebrales carpetanos centrorientales orosubmediterraneos del Avenello ibericae-Juniperetum alpinae (Rivas-Martinez & al.
The most common and physiognomically important amphi-Adriatic species in the central Apennines include there are Sesleria junci-folia, Carex kitaibeliana, Edrajanthus graminifolius, Globularia meridionalis, Drypis spinosa, Thymus striatus, Cytisus spinescens, Daphne oleoides, (etc.
RAISE new plants of cytisus, deciduous azaleas and magnolias, by layering low growing shoots of young growth to soil level.
Shrub lines grown as trees are expected to be popular in 2016 and will encourage us to think differently about Cytisus battandieri (pineapple broom), Sambucus 'Black Lace', Ceanothus 'Trewithen Blue' and Osmanthus burkwoodii.
Otro taxon identificado a nivel de familia en las angiospermas son las leguminosas--Leguminosae-- o fabaceas--Fabaceae--que comprenden generos como Ulex, Genista, Cytisus o Spartium.