resurrection plant


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resurrection plant

see bryophyllumpinnatum.
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lepidophylla), native to the Chihuahuan Desert of the United States and Mexico, has been generically represented by writers through time, unconcerned with taxonomics, as a resurrection plant.
The hot, dry conditions of South Africa have forced the evolution of so-called resurrection plants.
Among them is Rose of Jericho, the resurrection plant, and rhodocrosite, a red gemstone which helps boost moisture production.
The line includes ingredients such as oligopeptides, hyaluronate and natural ingredients such as Resurrection plant extracts.
This new Regenerative Night Cream from the Dr Lewins Private Formula Ultra R4 range has an unusual ingredient; an extract from the Resurrection Plant found in the Balkans which survives severe drought conditions, as well as anti-wrinkle and collagen peptides which will smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.
The new technology uses a natural process seen in living organisms like the desert-dwelling resurrection plant.
Other researchers experimenting with the desert resurrection plant, Selaginella lepidophylla, report that the curling response significantly reduces damage to the plant's photosynthetic enzyme system.
The resurrection plant Rose of Jericho, plus skin-reviving Trehalose and Sea Harictos work hand-in-hand to helpskin rebound and recover from dehydration.
Likewise, the resurrection plant that can lie dead for 100 years waiting for rain.