Crataegus monogyna


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Noun1.Crataegus monogyna - European hawthorn having deeply cleft leaves and bright red fruitsCrataegus monogyna - European hawthorn having deeply cleft leaves and bright red fruits; widely cultivated in many varieties and often grown as impenetrable hedges; established as an escape in eastern North America
Crataegus, genus Crataegus - thorny shrubs and small trees: hawthorn; thorn; thorn apple
haw, hawthorn - a spring-flowering shrub or small tree of the genus Crataegus
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250 St Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn), Shrub, 60 to 100 cm
CRATAEGUS MONOGYNA HAWTHORN/MAY TREE I must sing a song of praise about the May tree this week.
PLANT OF THE WEEK CRATAEGUS MONOGYNA HAWTHORN/MAY TREE I must sing a song of praise about the May tree this week.
Azarolus, (6) Crataegus microphyhlla, (9) and a special extract prepared from Crataegus oxyacantha or Crataegus monogyna, (8,10,11) enhanced endothelium-dependent relaxation by Ach.
are shown (n = 100) H dbh m cm Acer campestre 10 [+ or -] 5 14 [+ or -] 5 Corylus avellana 5 [+ or -] 2 10 [+ or -] 4 Crataegus monogyna 6 [+ or -] 2 11 [+ or -] 4 Popolus alba 32 [+ or -] 4 67 [+ or -] 19 Popolus nigra 38 [+ or -] 8 106 [+ or -] 24 Prunus padus 11 [+ or -] 8 16 [+ or -] 7 Quercus robur 31 [+ or -] 8 73 [+ or -] 22 Robinia pseudoacacia 18 [+ or -] 6 25 [+ or -] 8 Ulmus minor 12 [+ or -] 4 17 [+ or -] 7 TABLE 2 Plant regeneration (saplings [ha.
Crataegus hawthorn, a name encompassing many Crataegus species (such as Crataegus oxyacantha and Crataegus monogyna in the West and Crataegus pinnatifida in China), has acquired the reputation in modern herbal literature as an important tonic for the cardiovascular system that is particularly useful for angina.
Antioxidant capacity of polyphenolic extracts from leaves of Crataegus laevigata and Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn) subjected to drought and cold stress.
Bahorun T, Trotin F, Pommery J, Vasseur J, Pinkas M (1994) Antioxidant activities of Crataegus monogyna extracts.
Experts have verified the species - known as the Crataegus monogyna biflora - originated from the Middle East.