Phleum pratense


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Phleum pratense

the oldfashioned but still popular pasture grass in the family Poaceae which can be infested with Claviceps purpurea and cause ergotism. Called also timothy grass.
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SUBLIVAC FIX Phleum pratense is an allergen extract of Phleum pratense pollen for sublingual use.
canadensis continue to synthesize DNA after the asymmetric cytokinesis and become endopolyploid (Cutter & Feldman, 1970b; Dosier & Riopel, 1978), whereas this does not occur in Phleum pratense.
8 Associated species Achillea millefolium Aster pilosus Festuca arundinacea Phleum pratense Setaria glauca Sorghastrum nutans Solidago canadenses Rubus allegheniensis Community (3 transects) Total species 33 Species/plots 5.
The ISAAC panel of six aeroallergens was used: Dermatophagoides farinae, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, cat, Alternaria tenuis, mixed tree pollen (Betula verrucosa, Alnus glutinosa, Corylus avellana), and mixed grass pollen (Dactylis glomerata, Lolium perennae, Festuca pratensis, Pod pratensis, Phleum pratense, Avena eliator).
rubra, Phleum pratense, and Poa pratensis as common non-indigenous species found in the fields.
Only a limited number, including Cichorium intybus, Medicago sativa (planted), Phleum pratense, and Symphyotrichum novae-angliae were common to abundant.
Subjects were randomized to receive 75,000 SQ-T units of Phleum pratense (grass tablet) or placebo.
Lolium arundinaceum, Muhlenbergia schreberi, Phleum pratense, Poa pratensis Setaria spp.