polyantha


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polyantha

(ˌpɒliˈænθə)
n
(Plants) a type of clustering flower
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However, the opposite trend has also been reported by Li and Bao (2014) in a study with Campylotropis polyantha (Franchet) Schindler in southwest China.
The presence of two stem axes was also observed in Smilax polyantha, but the underground stem axis originated from axillary buds of the cataphylls at the base of the aerial branching (Martins et al.
Algunas especies representativas son Cedrella dugesii, Erythrina coralloides, Bursera fagaroides y Senna polyantha (Baltazar et al.
Polyanxanthones and hydroxyxanthones isolated from Garcinia polyantha were shown to inhibit cholinesterase whereby polyanxanthone B was the most active AChE inhibitor ([IC.
prostratum, Shiny Bog-rush Schoenus nitens, Creeping Monkey-flower Mimulus repens, Woolly Clover * Trifolium tomentosum and Australian Lilaeopsis Lilaeopsis polyantha.
Romance rating: 5/10 BLOOM SEEDS & BULBS POLYANTHA RED ROSE, PS1, FROM POUNDWORLD A pricey bouquet of red roses will look beautiful but then keel over within a fortnight if you're lucky, but this rose bush will keep on blossoming potentially for years to come.
polyantha (Martins & Appezzato-da-Gloria 2006).
This polyantha variety produces a 5-foot-high upright shrub that bears small clusters of apricot-buff flowers with a perfect rosebud shape.
Here are a few to search out: Paul's Himalayan Muck Rambler, Treasure Trove, Bobbie James, Alberic Barbier, Polyantha Grandiflora, Tea Rambler, Rambling Rector, Dorothy Perkins, May Queen, Seagull and American Pillar.