Artemisia vulgaris


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Related to Artemisia vulgaris: Artemisia absinthium, Artemisia annua, wormwood
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Noun1.Artemisia vulgaris - European tufted aromatic perennial herb having hairy red or purple stems and dark green leaves downy white below and red-brown florets
mugwort - any of several weedy composite plants of the genus Artemisia
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However, my best guess is Artemisia vulgaris, or mugwort, an aromatic perennial often found in weedy areas such as roadside verges.
The contract is the delivery: Point allergy test kits containing the following allergens: - positive control - negative control - Common Hazel, - Silver birch, - Artemisia vulgaris, - Rye - Dog, - cat, - Dermatophagoides farinae - Dermatophagoides pteronyssius - Alder - mixtures of grasses.
Among eight hosts, Artemisia vulgaris hosting Puccinia tanaceti is a new host record from Pakistan.
bulbifera in the floodplain woods, and Artemisia vulgaris and Humulus japonicus along the river corridor.
Khan AU, Gilani AH (2009) Spasmolytic and bronchodilator activities of Artemisia vulgaris are mediated through dual blockade of muscarinic receptors and calcium influx.
Artemisia vulgaris (English--common worm-wood or mugwort; Sinhala--Walkolondu; TamilMacipattiri), is an invasive weed, growing on nitrogenous soils, found in waste dumps and on roadsides.
Occupied habitat was characterized by steep slopes, difficult to approach cliffs and mixed vegetation including Abies pindrow, Betula utilis, Juniperus macropoda, Pinus wallichiana, Taxus wallichiana, Skimmia laureola, Potentilla eriocarpa, Poa bactriana, Bergenia stracheyi, Artemisia vulgaris and Bistorta affinis.
Aqueous extracts of Artemisia vulgaris and Pinus roxburghii were significantly inhibitory effect on seed germination of Lepidium virginicum [18].
Mae'n ddiddorol sylwi mai Artemisia vulgaris ydi enw gwyddonol y planhigyn ac mai Artemis oedd y dduwies Roegaidd oedd gofal am famau a phlant.
En este ultimo sector se presenta una variante occidental diferenciada por la presencia de Holcus reuteri, Scrophularia reuteri y Artemisia vulgaris (SARDINERO, 2004) (Tabla 3, col.