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Noun1.Borago - perennial herbs of the Mediterranean regionBorago - perennial herbs of the Mediterranean region
plant genus - a genus of plants
borage family, Boraginaceae, family Boraginaceae - a widely distributed family of plants distinguished by circinate flowers and nutlike fruit
borage, Borago officinalis, tailwort - hairy blue-flowered European annual herb long used in herbal medicine and eaten raw as salad greens or cooked like spinach
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Effects of hydroalcoholic extract of Borago officinalis on naloxone-precipitated withdrawal syndrome in morphine-dependent mice.
The chemical composition, botanical characteristic and biological activities of Borago officinalis: a review.
For elegant dining, inviting restaurants like Borago, Ambrosia, Terraza, and Restaurant 99 check off all the boxes.
Guzman's approach at restaurant Borago focuses on his own Mapuche heritage.
Fuentes, also a member of BBASS and president of Borago, a travel agency, said the rehabilitation of Boracay will be beneficial to the tourism industry.
L'autre cote oppose de cette axe reuni en grande partie que des annuelles Helianthemum ledifolium (-2.77), Euphorbia nicaensis (2.08) et Borago officinalis (1.95), ce qui explique l'existence d'un gradient therophytique a aspect physionomique en rapport avec la fragmentation que connait cet ecosysteme.
3) Borago officinalis: This plant in India is sparsly distributed in Northen-Eastern Himalayas from Kashmir to Kumaon at altitudes of 3,500 4,500m ASL and occurs during November to January.
Un 25% fue categorizado como "aromaticas y medicinales", algunas tradicionales de la region como la yerbamora (Solanum americanum), la salvia (Lepechinia schiedeana) o la borraja (Borago officinalis).
Saville, "Vibratory pollen collection and flower form: bumble-bees on Actinidia, Symphytum, Borago and Polygonatum," Functional Ecology, vol.
Shahidi, "Antioxidant and free radical-scavenging properties of ethanolic extracts of defatted borage (Borago officinalis L.) seeds," Food Chemistry, vol.