Dipsacus


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Related to Dipsacus: teasel, Dipsacus sativus
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Noun1.Dipsacus - type genus of the Dipsacaceae: teasel
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
Dipsacaceae, family Dipsacaceae - chiefly southern European herbs with flowers usually in dense cymose heads
teasel, teasle, teazel - any of several herbs of the genus Dipsacus native to the Old World having flower heads surrounded by spiny bracts
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Don) Sprengcl Dipsacaceae Dipsacus japonicus Miquel.
Scientific name Common name Pre-1940 Alliaria petiolata garlic mustard Artemesia vulgaris mugwort Carduus nutans (D) musk thistle Centaurea stoebe spotted knapweed Cirsium arvense Canada thistle x Cirsium vulgare bull thistle x Clematis terniflora sweet autumn clematis Conium maculatum (D) poison hemlock Convolvulus arvense field bindweed x Coronilla varia (P) crown vetch x Cynanchum louiseae black swallow-wort x Daucus carota Queen Anne's lace x Dioscorea polystachya (D) Chinese yam Dipsacus fullonum common teasel x Dipsacus laciniatus cut-leaved teasel x Euphorbia esula leafy spurge x Glechoma hederacea creeping Charlie x Hesperis matronalis dame's rocket x Humulus japonicus (D) Japanese hops Hypericum perforatum St.
fasdculatum Dichanthelium Poa compressa * oligosanthes Dichanthelium Poa pratensis * villosissimum Dipsacus fullonum * Poten tilla norvegica Elaeagnus Pycnanthemum umbellata * virginianum Eleocharis sp.
Procoagulant and prothrombotic effects of the herbal medicine, Dipsacus asper and its active ingredient, dipsacus saponin C, on human platelets.
Other herbaceous taxa from pseudomaquis samples include moderate amounts of nitrophilous elements suchs as Aster, Cardueae, Cichorioideae, Dipsacus fullonum, Rumex acetosella, Plantago lanceolata and Urtica dioica, as well as spores of some coprophilous non-pollen palynomorphs such as Coniochaeta, Riccia, Sordaria (maximum of 11%) and Sporormiella (Figure 4).
Chen et al in 2013 extracted water-soluble polysaccharide from roots of Dipsacus asperoides and showed that extracted polysaccharide inhibited osteosarcoma cell proliferation in a dose dependent manner with loss of mitochondrial potential and ROS accumulation that make it appropriate candidate against osteosarcoma (24).
Just to complicate matters, there is more than one type of teasel around, including a native one by the name of dipsacus sylvestris and the one which concerns us here, known as dipsacus sativus.
The number of forb species is rather low; the dominant species are Iris pseudacorus, Cirsium arvense, and Dipsacus laciniatus.
cabrerae, Dipsacus fullonum Metriocnemus knabi Sarracenia purpurea Metriocnemus sp Tillandsia tumeri Tillandsia guatemalensis Bromeliads, Dipsacus Heliamphora spp Orthocladius sp Bromeliads Orthocladiinae sp Aechmea nudicaulis, Neoregelia concentrica Phytotelmatocladius Bromelia balansae delarosai Bromeliads Bromeliads Tanypodinae Ablabesmyia Aechmea, Vriesea, costaricensis Billbergia Larsia sp Eryngium aff.
My research has since led me to a natural medication called teasel root, Dipsacus, or Xu Duan in Chinese.