Berberis


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berberis

(ˈbɜːbərɪs)
n
(Plants) any shrub of the berberidaceous genus Berberis. See barberry
[C19: from Medieval Latin, of unknown origin]
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Noun1.berberis - large genus of shrubs of temperate zones of New and Old WorldsBerberis - large genus of shrubs of temperate zones of New and Old Worlds
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
barberry - any of numerous plants of the genus Berberis having prickly stems and yellow flowers followed by small red berries
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Donnie ATO liven up green uniform hedging, try roses, Berberis vulgaris common barberry) and Pyracantha (firethorn), which make excellent flowering hedges and invite beneficial wildlife.
Donnie ATO liven up green uniform hedging, try roses, Berberis vulgaris (common barberry) and Pyracantha (firethorn), which make excellent flowering hedges and invite beneficial wildlife.
Donnie ATO h liven up green uniform hedging, try roses, Berberis vulgaris (common barberry) and Pyracantha (firethorn), which make excellent flowering hedges and invite beneficial wildlife.
Take hardwood cuttings of shrubs such as dogwood, willow, buddleja, philadelphus and berberis. Use pencil-thick stems 15cm long and pop into slits in the soil with a spade in a sheltered spot.
| BERBERIS EASY-TO-GROW with spiny shoots and simple leaves.
Berberis lycium Royle (Berberidaceae) is used in the traditional system of medicine for the treatment of rheumatism.
Thus, we chose to work on Berberis vulgaris from Oujda, east of Morocco, a plant of the Berberidaceae family locally named "Aghriss," "Izergui," and "Bou-Semmane" and used in traditional medicine for its antipyretic, hepatoprotective, and anti-inflammatory properties [1].
The genus Berberis (Berberidaceae) is represented by about 500 species distributed almost all over the world but mainly in Pakistan, India, Japan, China, Central and West Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, East Africa, and North America [1].
Hypothesis: This study evaluated the vasoactive properties of a Berberis orthobotrys root extract and its fractions, and investigated the role of the endothelium and the underlying mechanism.
It's hard to pick a best moment for Berberis thunbergii 'Orange Rocket', whose spring foliage starts out coral, ages to green, and then turns red.
Berberis aristata/Silybum marianum fixed combinations (Berberol) effects on lipid profile in dyslipidemic patients intolerate to statins at high doses: A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial.