Houttuynia

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Noun1.Houttuynia - one species; east Asian low-growing plant of wet places
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Saururaceae, lizard's-tail family, Saururaceae - family of perennial aromatic herbs: genera Saururus, Anemopsis, Houttuynia
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Salicornia herbacea and Houttuynia cordata along with probiotics separately was tested not beneficial for the performance of broilers (Sarker et al.
Compounds Uses Seeds of Phaseolus angularis Wight Anti-inflammation Bark of Cinnamomum cassia Blume " Dried roots Asparagus " cochinchinensis Merrill Aerial of Houttuynia cordata Thunb " Roots of Scutellaria " baicalensis Georgi Aerial part of Andrographis " paniculata The fruits of Forsythia " koreana Nakai Dried heart wood of " Caesalpinia sappan L.
The effects of dietary Houttuynia cordata and Taraxacum officinale extract powder on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics and meat quality in finishing pigs.
Anti-herpes simplex virus activity of Bidens pilosa and Houttuynia cordata.
THE multi-coloured leaves of Houttuynia cordata give off a tangy aroma of oranges.
The waterfall is fringed with lime green Houttuynia cordata.
Add the bright, variegated yellow, red and green leaves of Houttuynia cordata `Chameleon', and let the dark green leaves of golden water zinnia (Wedelia trilobata) or pennywort tumble over the sides to cover the container.
For a damp patch in the shade, there is nothing better than Houttuynia cordata, especially H.
Chemical composition and hepatoprotective effects of polyphenol-rich extract from Houttuynia cordata tea.
5 g/kg Japanese-honeysuckle; iv) HCT, basal diet+1 g/kg houttuynia cordata thunb and v) LE, basal diet+1 g/kg laquer tree extract.
Houttuynia cordata Chameleon is a marginal water plant with tangy, aromatic leaves that are splashed with yellow and red.
Nearby are sidalcea, sedum, lobelia, the pink form of the Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosa), cyclamen, roses, sempervivum, hosta, begonia, antirrhinum, sweet peas, campanula, Houttuynia cordata Chameleon, heuchera, euphorbia and bamboos.