Sonchus


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Sonchus

genus of the plant family Asteraceae; can cause nitrate-nitrite poisoning; called also sow thistles.
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Solanaceae) Sonchus oleraceus 9 [+ o -] 36 63 [+ o -] 196 (L.
Ahmed, "Evaluation of phenolic contents and antioxidant activity of various solvent extracts of Sonchus asper (L.
En una comunidad nitrofila y ruderal, abierta (cobertura: 45%), dominada por terofitos de Stellarietea mediae, como Senecio vulgaris, Sonchus oleraceus, Bromus hordeaceus, y con presencia, ademas, de especies no terofiticas, como Lactuca serriola y Dittrichia viscosa (de Artemisietea vulgaris).
Antioxidant and antidiabetic profiles of two African medicinal plants: Picralima nitida ( Apocynaceae ) and Sonchus oleraceus ( Asteraceae ).
Ex-Ar H Asteraceae Soliva mutisii Kunth Na-Ar H Asteraceae Sonchus asper (L.
80, correspondientes a cada uno): Achillea (1), Amblyopappus (1), Arctotheca (2), Artemisia (1), Aster (5), Baccharis (2), Borrichia (2), Commidendrum (2), Cotula (1), Coulterella (1), Dicerothamnus (1), Dittrichia (1), Elytropappus (1), Eriocephalus (1), Felicia (1), Flaveria (6), Grindelia (3), Hirpicium (1), Hymenoxys (2), Hypochaeris (1), Inula (2), Iva (6), Jaumea (1), Lasthenia (1), Launaea (1), Leontodon (1), Limbarda (1), Melanthera (2), Minuria (1), Nardophyllum (1), Olearia (1), Osteospermum (5), Otanthus (1), Pectis (1), Pentzia (2), Picrosia (1), Pluchea (7), Pseudoclappia (1), Psila (1), Senecio (3), Solidago (1), Sonchus (1), Symphyotrichum (2) y Tuberostylis (1).
Other plants researchers found to be effective in treating diabetes were stachys aegyptiaca, marram grass, and sonchus oleraceus.
P50###Populus euramericana (90%)###Cynodon dactylon Sonchus oleraceus Chenopodium###15###50
A number of species listed in Table 1 have spread into the area due to increasing human encroachment, such as Erigeron bonariensis, Portulaca olereaca, Sonchus oleraceus, and Solanum nigrum, as well as the halophytes Bassia muricata, Cressa cretica, Salsola imbricata, and Suaeda aegyptiaca.
Las especies que mostraron una amplia distribucion en el PNM son Ageratina ligustrina, Baccharis conferta, Barkleyanthus salicifolius, Bidens odorata y Sonchus oleraceus.