Agrimonia eupatoria

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Noun1.Agrimonia eupatoria - erect perennial Old World herb of dry grassy habitatsAgrimonia eupatoria - erect perennial Old World herb of dry grassy habitats
agrimonia, agrimony - a plant of the genus Agrimonia having spikelike clusters of small yellow flowers
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Agrimonia eupatoria L., Rosaceae, commonly known as agrimony, is an erect, perennial herb, up to 100 cm high, mostly unbranched, with a cylindrical stem.
Anti-nociceptive effect of Agrimonia eupatoria extract on a cisplatininduced neuropathic model.
Infusions containing high concentration of ellagitannins prepared from oak bark (Quercus spp.), wood avens rhizome (Geum urbanum L), common agrimony herb (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) or tormentil rhizome (Potentilla erecta (L.) Raeusch.) are often used topically in skin diseases or as therapeutic rinses and mouthwashes in order to threat bacterial infection and reduce the inflammation (Kumar et al.
Effect of Particle Size upon the Extent of Extraction of Antioxidant Power from the Plants Agrimonia eupatoria, Salvia sp.
Tap-root plants include Agrimonia eupatoria L., Hieracium umbellatum L., Potentilla argentea L., and others; long rhizomatous plants include Veronica chamaedrys L., Elytrigia repens (L.) Nevski, Stachys sylvatica L., and others; and short rhizomatous plants include Artemisia absinthium L., Geranium pratense L., Solidago virgaurea L.
Agrimonia eupatoria was the only species which showed significant positive correlation (r = +0.96; P [less than or equal to] 0.05) with altitude in derived woodland (Figure 5(j)).