Fraxinus excelsior


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Fraxinus excelsior

European tree in the plant family of Oleaceae; contains an indigestible fiber which causes ruminal impaction, abdominal pain, incoordination and collapse in cows. Called also ash tree.
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The acute intake of a patented seed extract of Fraxinus excelsior has confirmed the ability of this seed extract in producing an acute significant decrease in the mean plasma time-concentration area under curve (AUC) for glucose levels in healthy subjects aged 18-55 years compared to a placebo group (Visen et al.
submitted) indicates a higher N nutrient retention in flooded sites for Fraxinus excelsior, Clematis vitalba, and Ulmus minor, in spite of a high N nutrient supply in soils.
The reproductive capacity of Fraxinus excelsior on the Derbyshire limestone.
Study of the hypoglycemic activity of Fraxinus excelsior and Silybum marianum in an animal model of type 1 diabetes mellitus.
The first published releves of Galicia came a little later and confirmed that those forests, always dominated by Fraxinus excelsior, could also grow at lower altitudes, practically in the mesotemperate belt (RODRIGUEZ-GUITIAN & al.
The overall objective of the project is improve the conservation status of the priority habitat 91E0*: Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior (Alno-Padion, Alnion incanae, Salicion albae), through activities in two Bulgarian sites of Community importance (SCI) These goals will be achieved by directly restoring and improving the quality of habitat type 91E0* in the two SCIs by applying a range of techniques and testing alternative forestry methods.
Naturex has debuted FraxiPure, a patent-pending extract of Fraxinus excelsior seed.
Additionally, the project seeks to restore Luzulo-Fagetum beech forests in the adjacent areas on drier ground, and to develop the priority habitat type Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior along Thranenbach brook inside the Natura 2000 area Obere Nahe.
Today, the residual back waters with alluvial forests and Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior, as well as the numerous straw meadows with Phragmition, Magnocaricion or Molinion communities that have developed in the former riverbed sections, are counted among the most valuable habitats for rare and endangered animal and plant species.
Land use changes in the SPA and SCI area have also affected other habitats, such as: Molinia meadows on calcareous, peaty or clayey-silt-laden soils and Lowland hay meadows; and alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior as well as related species, such as the European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis).
This will result in the restoration of some 15 ha of the priority habitat, Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior, consisting of 11 ha on the Rio Paiva Natura 2000 site and 4 ha on Costa Sudoeste Natura 2000 site.