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louse·wort

 (lous′wûrt′, -wôrt′)
n.
Any of numerous hemiparasitic plants of the genus Pedicularis, having spikes of irregular, usually hooded or beaked flowers.

[From the belief that sheep feeding on it were prone to lice.]

lousewort

(ˈlaʊsˌwɜːt)
n
(Plants) any of various N temperate scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Pedicularis, having spikes of white, yellow, or mauve flowers. See also betony3

louse•wort

(ˈlaʊsˌwɜrt, -ˌwɔrt)

n.
any plant of the genus Pedicularis, of the figwort family, with pinnate leaves of yellow or purple flowers.
Translations
Läusekraut
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2012) carried out the pollen morphology of some endemic species of Pedicularis from Deosai plateau.
Geographic variation in seed mass within and among nine species of Pedicularis (Orobanchaccae): effects of elevation, plant size and seed number per fruit.
Pollen morphology and infra-generic evolutionary relationships in some Chinese species of Pedicularis (Scrophulariaceae).
Hemiparasitae 0 0 0 0 Phthirusa Hemiparasitae 0 1 0 0 0 pedicularis Rizzini LYTHRACEAE Cuphea micrantha Teroherbae 0 1 0 0 Kunth Cuphea odonellii Teroherbae 0 1 0 0 0 Lourt.
christii with a haustorial attachment from Pedicularis contorta, a parasitic coastal adjunct found on Mt.
Uwchben roedd cri'r gwylanod a dan draed roedd tresgl y moch, yr effros (eyebright; euphrasia) a melog y cwen (lousewort; pedicularis sylvatica) yn creu carped lliwgar ac roedd swn y tonnau'n llepian yn ddistaw ar y creigiau.
The species in winter pasture were: Carex qinghaiensis, Stipa crylovii, Achnatherum inebrians, Pedicularis alaschanica, Heteropappus altaicus, Stellera chamaejasme, Saussurea semifasciata, Artemisia frigida, Agropyron cristatum.