pipsissewa

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pipsissewa (pip·siˑ·s·w),

n Latin name:
Chimaphila umbellata; part used: dried herb; uses: astringent, antispasmodic, anxiolytic, seizures, kidney stones, skin ulcerations, diabetes, urinary infections; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, ulcers (peptic and duodenal), Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, diabetes mellitus, GERD, iron deficiency. Also called
ground holly, prince's pine, spotted wintergreen, or
wintergreen.
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But it is still necessary to conduct bromatological analyses of the pollen grains and complementary experiments to evaluate the suitability of the pollen as "essential" food for C.
It is possible to note further that, compared to the other treatments, the amount of fennel pollen grains ingested by C.
Comparing both times of exposure to the flowers (as shown in Table 2), the results showed no significant difference in the ingestion of pollen grains by fourth instar larvae of C.
The results presented here support consideration of C.
Additional questions remain concerning the applicability of C.
Combined the xanthones, mangiferin and isomangeferin, comprised more than 8% of unfermented C maculata, and 1% of each fermented C.
The flavanone glycoside, hesperidin, was present in high amounts in unfermented and fermented C.
From the latest inspection, double-treated hardwood and softwood piles had only light or no attack, although one C.