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mead·ow·sweet

 (mĕd′ō-swēt′)
n.
1. Any of various shrubs of the genus Spiraea of the rose family, especially S. alba of North America, having tapered clusters of small white or light pink flowers.
2. Any of various perennial herbs of the genus Filipendula of the rose family.

meadowsweet

(ˈmɛdəʊˌswiːt)
n
1. (Plants) a Eurasian rosaceous plant, Filipendula ulmaria, with dense heads of small fragrant cream-coloured flowers. See also dropwort1
2. (Plants) any of several North American rosaceous plants of the genus Spiraea, having pyramid-shaped sprays of small flowers

mead•ow•sweet

(ˈmɛd oʊˌswit)

n.
1. any plant of the genus Spiraea, of the rose family, esp. S. latifolia, having white or pink flowers.
2. any plant of the closely related genus Filipendula (or Ulmaria).
[1520–30]
Translations
mjødurt
Mädesüß
mesiangervo
mjødurt
älggräsälgört

meadowsweet

[ˈmedəʊswiːt] Nreina f de los prados

meadowsweet

[ˈmɛdəʊˌswiːt] n (plant) → olmaria, barba di capra
References in periodicals archive ?
Assessment of acetylcholinesterase and tyrosinase inhibitory and antioxidant activity of Alchemilla vulgaris and Filipendula ulmaria extracts.
* Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) is a perennial herb with anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, rubefacient, and analgesic actions.
Radu, "Assessment of acetylcholinesterase and tyrosinase inhibitory and antioxidant activity of Alchemilla vulgaris and Filipendula ulmaria extracts," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
In the corner of our daughter Alice's garden are towering stems of a statuesque meadowsweet, Filipendula ulmaria Rosea.
Effect of drying methods on the phenolic constituents of meadowsweet(Filipendula ulmaria) and willow (Salix alba).
Selected plants of Filipendula ulmaria Juss, Galatella biflora (L.) Nees, Artemisia pontica L.
Similarly Yildirim and Turker [24] had also reported on shoot regeneration with lower concentrations of TDZ in Filipendula ulmaria. Likewise, Singh et al.
Similar observations were made in various medicinal plants such as Vitex agnuscastus, Filipendula ulmaria, Chlorophytum arundiaceum (Balaraju et al.
Presence of Lythrum salkaria enhances the bodyguard effects of the parasitoid Asecodes mento for Filipendula ulmaria. Oikos 116: 482-490.
Well lighted margins in birch forests reveal the Thymus marschallianus Willd., Thymus serphyllum L., Echinops ritro L., Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim., Phlomis tuberosa L.