The viscous colonies are selected to test their resistance to heavy metals and their ability to nodulate Hedysarum
Phenotypic and genetic diversity of rhizobia isolated from nodules of the legume genera Astragalus, Lespedeza and Hedysarum
in northwestern China.
John's wort herb, licorice root, root Hedysarum
tea, rose hips, grass meadow geranium, chaga mushroom, sugar syrup, citric acid (acidifier), potassium sorbate (preservative), and sodium benzoate (preservative) [19,20,21].
They found that three species, namely; Artemisia ordosica, Caragana korshinskii and Hedysarum
scoparium exhibited significantly different number of viable seeds in soils from differently aged stands.
For example, grazing on Hedysarum
coronarium has been shown to have a positive impact on the productivity of meat and dairy sheep (Bonanno et al.
aerial parts and roots (Umbelliferae), Hedysarum
daraut- kurganicum Sultanova-endemic aerial parts (Fabaceae), Senecio saposhnikovii Krasch et.
De este numero de especies, la llamada Hedysarum
onobrychis, conocida como pipirigallo, tendria buena aclimatacion en suelo mexicano, aunque era originaria del sur de Europa.
Indicator species of seeded lowland sites included a preference of several native herbaceous plants, such as Equisetum arvense (field horsetail), Parnassia palustris (marsh grass-of-Parnassus), Hedysarum
alpinum (alpine sweetvetch), and Artemisia tilesii (Tilesius' wormwood), for seeded sump caps.
5% Cleome serrulata Separate Individual Seed: 10 lbs of Hedysarum
Stigma cuticle in Hedysarum
glomeratum: structure and function.
One main highway (Highway 40) runs through the Kananaskis Valley in a north-south orientation, with roadsides primarily composed of managed (mowed) grassy areas containing numerous forbs (for example, Achillea millefolium, Castilleja miniata, Hedysarum
sulphurescens, Taraxacum officinale), sedges (Carex spp.
Hedysari Radix (HR), known as Hongqi, is the dried root of Hedysarum