Asperula


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Noun1.Asperula - woodruffAsperula - woodruff        
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
family Rubiaceae, madder family, Rubiaceae - widely distributed family of mostly tropical trees and shrubs and herbs; includes coffee and chinchona and gardenia and madder and bedstraws and partridgeberry
woodruff - any plant of the genus Asperula
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Gucel and Secmen (2009) studied that conservation biology of Asperula daphneola O.
Sheep's Burr *Aphanes arvensis Parsley Piert *Cotoneaster ?glaucophyllus Cotoneaster *Malus pumila Domestic Apple *Prunus cerasifera Cherry Plum *Rubus anglocandicans Blackberry Rubus parvifolius Small-leaf Bramble *Rosa rubiginosa Sweet Briar Rubiaceae Asperula conferta Common Woodruff *Galium aparine Cleavers Galium binifolium subsp.
Although Barbero & Quezel (1975) did assign one association (association a Abies numidica et Asperula odorata Quezel 1956) in this order, the name of the remained invalidly published.
Siriguela Anacardiaceae Strychnos asperula Gogo-de-guariba Loganiaceae Sprague & Sandwith Symphonia globulifera L.
We fed red deer with plants collected from GNP: Poa mazandaranica, Vicia variabilis, Heracleum gorganicum, Hypericum perfratum, Phlomis cancellata, Asperula gorganica, Saponaria bodeana, Centaurea golestanica, Poa bulbosa, Physocaulis nodosus, Arabidopsis thaliana and Hordeum bulbosum.
Tambem as especies Ruellia asperula (Figura 5E) e Varronia leococephala (Figura 5G), cujas inflorescencias sao as principais caracteristicas ornamentais, podem ser cultivadas isoladamente, no entanto, sugere-se que estas sejam cultivadas em macicos, para que se destaquem na paisagem e possam gerar os beneficios esteticos e funcionais.
calamarophilon Phitos & Tzanoukadis, Asperula euboea, Campanula constantini Beauverd & Topali, C.
3), whereas echinoderms, such as Auslrociclaris canaliculata, Ophiura lymani (Ljungman, 1871), Ophiactis asperula (Philippi, 1858), Gorgonocephalus chilensis (Philippi, 1858), and Anthozoa were significantly more abundant in zones CFE (Fig.
Mehregan, "Chemical composition of the essential oil of Prangos asperula Boiss.
study [20], range of catechin was from 0.006 in Asperula odorata to 0.26 in Mentha pulegium which indicates high level of catechin in T graminifolius.