Mercurialis


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Mercurialis

European plant genus in Euphorbiaceae family; unidentified toxin causes hemolytic anemia and gastritis when eaten; includes M. annua, M. perennis (dog's mercury, annual mercury).
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29) NUTTON, Vivian: <<Les exercices et la sante: Hieronymus Mercurialis et la gymnastique medicale>>, en CEARD, Jean; FONTAINE, Marie Madeleine y MARGOLIN, Jean-Claude (eds.
Mercurialis annua, Pannell 1997a; and see below), in apparent contradiction to Baker's Law.
In a chapter on Praetorius's annual chronicles (Zodiacus Mercurialis, 1666, 1667, 1668), his tract on comets (Adunatus Cometologus, 1665), and his collection of tracts on wonders (Wunder-Chronik, 1678), Williams explores the way in which this author utilizes--and himself contributes to--a relatively new form of communication, the printed news.
The regeneration of Fraxinus excelsior in woods with a field layer of Mercurialis perennis.
1987); the dioecious Iberian shrub Osyris quadripartita which exhibits dimorphism of morphological traits correlated with gender (Herrera, 1988); the Mediterranean Basin species Mercurialis annua with diploid dioecious populations and monoecious polyploid ones (Durand and Durand, 1985; Louis, 1989); and the Hawaiian endemic subshrub Schiedea globosa in which both environmental conditions and genetic constraints are involved in sexual lability (Sakai and Weller, 1991).
occidentalis, Malus sylvestris, Mentha longifolia, Mercurialis perennis, Rumex acetosa subsp.
He recovers the argument, systematized by Galen and passed on though Mercurialis, that three things come from the use of exercise: "hardness of the organs from mutual attrition, increase of the intrinsic warmth, and accelerated movement of respiration" (Galen, 54).
26-28) Dichapetalum Dipentodonta- Dipentodon ceae Epacridaceae None Euphorbiaceae Croton, Cluytia, Mercurialis, etc.
2 Companeras: Eryngium campestre + en 1; Dittrichia viscosa 1, Rumex induratus, Cynodon dactylon y Avena sterilis + en 2; Foeniculum vulgare 1, Retama sphaerocarpa, Thymbra capitata y Juncus acutus +, Verbascum sinuatum 2 en 3; Carlina racemosa 2, Trifolium angustifolium y Hypochoeris radicata 1 Erica andevalensis +, en 4; Calendula arvensis y Mercurialis annua 1 en 5.
Also, in Mercurialis annua, a species that blooms year-round, pollen plastids are always devoid of starch (Lisci et al.