Equisetum hyemale


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Noun1.Equisetum hyemale - evergreen erect horsetail with rough-edged stems; formerly used for scouring utensils
horsetail - perennial rushlike flowerless herbs with jointed hollow stems and narrow toothlike leaves that spread by creeping rhizomes; tend to become weedy; common in northern hemisphere; some in Africa and South America
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Scouring rush is equisetum hyemale, which is derived from the Latin "hiemalis," of or about winter.
Additionally, the ethanol extract of Equisetum hyemale aerial parts evaluated on rabbit corneal fibroblasts (SIRC) [93], the methanol extract of Enterolobium cyclocarpum leaves evaluated on Vero cells (obtained from kidney epithelial cells extracted from the African green monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) [88], and the diterpene ent-kaur-16-en-19-oic acid, obtained from Annona cherimola, tested on rat embryo primary striatal cultures [94].
2 Ratibida pinnata Elymus canadensis Rudbeckia fulgida Ely mus repens * Rudbeckia hirta Elymus virginicus Rumex crispus * Equisetum arvense Schizachyrium scoparium Equisetum hyemale Setaria faberi affine Equisetum Solanum ptycanthum laevigatum Eragrostis Solidago canadensis pectinacea Eragrostis sp.
Equisetum hyemale is primarily a cold-climate species (Hauke, 1963), and stems remain evergreen and functional for multiple seasons (Niklas, 1989a).
This increase in species number was mainly determined by spread out of pioneer early succesional herb species (Calamagrostis epigejos, Equisetum hyemale, Pteridium aquilinum, Rubus idaeus, R saxatilis, Scorzonera humilis, Solidago virgaurea, Ceratodon purpureus, Polytrichum juniperinum).
1 Equisetum x ferrissii Clute X Equisetum hyemale L.
Equisetum arvense L.: P41205 Equisetum fluviatile L.: P40104 Equisetum hyemale L.: P40315
Experimental work done with plastic equisite models, and observations of in-situ Equisetum hyemale, showed that analogous structures could be produced by impressing equisites into wet mud (Fig.
Good choices include Himalayan maidenhair fern, Asplenium scolopendrium 'Crispum', lungwort and Equisetum hyemale.