Cistus albidus


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Noun1.Cistus albidus - compact white pubescent shrub of southwestern Europe having pink flowers
rock rose, rockrose - small shrubs of scrub and dry woodland regions of southern Europe and North Africa; grown for their showy flowers and soft often downy and aromatic evergreen foliage
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In this case, populations with identical climatic data are the same, but they were studied in different years (2009, 2010 and 2011) Species Flower size Type of study Cistus albidus 4.
2005A) reported that there were no significant differences in plant survival between treatments (inoculated vs non-inoculated Cistus albidus L.
45] showed that the molecules responsible for the antimycobacterial activity of Cistus salvifolius and Cistus albidus are polyphenols.
Gavira UTM 30SUF 30SUF 30SUF 4102255263 4417552927 3919952005 Altitud (m) 359 248 681 Litologia marmoles marmoles peridotitas Orientacion NW SE NW Longitud (m) 20 30 20 Indice de Shannon (H') 2,12 4,17 3,60 Juniperus oxycedrus 21,20 23,80 * 29,10 * Brachypodium retusum -- -- 74,15 Macrochloa tenacessima 20,45 28,20 3,40 Rosmarinus officinalis 10,60 12,27 -- Carex hallerana 4,25 12,10 5,65 Aphyllanthes monspeliensis -- -- 0,05 Quercus coccifera -- -- 16,05 Ulex baeticus 5,35 4,57 -- Genista hirsuta -- -- 7,85 Celtica gigantea -- 4,93 -- Dactylis glomerata -- -- 3,00 Linum suffruticosum -- 2,13 6,45 Cistus salviifolius -- -- 2,55 Cistus clusii 5,20 2,90 -- Pistacia lentiscus -- 7,93 -- Cistus albidus -- 4,07 -- Arrhenatherum sp.
2015) we can confirm the existence of 14 unreported medicinal species in the traditional treatment of diabetes such as Pistacia atlantica, Ptychotis verticillata, Anacyclus pyrethrum, Alyssum spinosum, Cistus albidus, Juniperus thurifera, Ephedra nebrodensis, Thymus algeriensis, Th.
Species lowly foraged: Medicago sativa, Mentha pulegium, Smilax aspera, Tetraclinis articulata, Ajuga iva, Eryngium campestre, Achillea odorata, Marrubium vulgare, Cytisusarboreus, Crataegus monogyna and Cistus albidus.