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Related to Plantago: Plantago psyllium, Plantago rugelii, Plantago ovata, Plantago asiatica

Plantago

 [plan-ta´go]
a genus of herbs, including P. in´dica, P. psyl´lium (Spanish psyllium), and P. ova´ta (blond psyllium); see also psyllium hydrophilic mucilloid, plantago seed, and psyllium husk.

plan·ta·go

(plan-tā'gō),
The root and leaves of the common or large-leaved plantain, Plantago major (family Plantaginaceae).
[L. plantain]

Plantago

/Plan·ta·go/ (plan-ta´go) a genus of herbs, including P. in´dica, P. psyl´lium (Spanish psyllium), and P. ova´ta (blond psyllium); see also psyllium.

Plantago

a large genus of plants in the family Plantaginaceae.

Plantago psyllium
a plant whose seeds resemble fleas. Used at one time as a flea repellent. See also psyllium.
Plantago varia
a common weed of native pastures providing scant feed. Called also plaintain and sometimes lamb's tongue, a name best reserved for Chenopodium spp., which have a potential to cause oxalate poisoning.
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Cytochemical, cytological and biochemical studies of Plantago ovata Forsk.
Effects of selective grazing by cattle on the reproduction of Plantago maritima.
Detailed chromosomal studies in the Egyptian flora of Plantago were carried out by Badr and El-Kholy (1987).
50] tested ([mu]g/ml) + Psoralea corylifolia (2) Fruit 22 [+ or -] 6 (Leguminosae) Dianthus sinensis (1) Whole plant 111 [+ or -] 19 (Caryophyllaceae) Phytolacca polyandra (1) Whole plant 129 [+ or -] 13 (Phytolaccaceae) Sophora flavescens Ait (2) Root 134 [+ or -] 17 (Leguminosae) Cephalotaxus fortunei (2) Branch 134 [+ or -] 27 (Cephalotaxaceae) Polygonatum odoratum (1) Root 142 [+ or -] 11 (Convallariaceae) Coptis chinensis French (2) Whole plant 412 [+ or -] 32 (Ranunculaceae) Terminalia chebula Retz (2) Fruit 201 [+ or -] 51 (Combretaceae) Atropa belladonna (1) Fruit N/D (Solanaceae) Chelidonium majus (1) Whole plant N/D (Papaveraceae) Plantago major (1) Root N/D (Plantaginaceae) Plants orginated from: (1)National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin (2)Taiwan.
Yield and seed quality of Plantago ovata and Nigella sativa under different irrigation treatments.
Question: is there a plant in Africa with properties similar to Plantago lanceolata?
He noted that he has got the silver medal in the same exhibition for making anorganic herbal bread from plantago seeds and barley for diet and patients with diabetes.
Migration occurs in the third and subsequent generations to Plantago spp.
Globally, garlic, ginger, santalum, plantago, ginseng, rhodiola extract, red clover extract, and soy extract are some of the most widely used botanical supplements.
Daucus carota, Erigeron annuus, Medicago lupulina, Plantago lanceolata, Polygonatum biflorum var.
Ribwort plantain yn Saesneg a Plantago lanceolata ydi'r enw gwyddonol.