Macleaya cordata


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Noun1.Macleaya cordata - herb of China and Japan widely cultivated for its plumelike panicles of creamy white flowers
poppy - annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
genus Macleaya, Macleaya - a perennial herb of eastern Asia: plume poppy
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In this context, isoquinoline alkaloids, derived from one plant (Macleaya cordata) may become a relevant nutritional additive for beef cattle.
Zeng et al., "Cadmium accumulation and tolerance of Macleaya cordata: a newly potential plant for sustainable phytoremediation in Cd-contaminated soil," Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol.
Fang et al., "Macleaya cordata extract decreased diarrhea score and enhanced intestinal barrier function in growing piglets," BioMed Research International, vol.
Berberis thunbergii, Chelidonium majus, Corydalis cava, Dicentra spectabilis, Fumaria officinalis, Glaucium flavum, Macleaya cordata, Mahonia aquifolium, and Meconopsis cambrica were collected in June 2012 in the Botanical Gardens of Maria-Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland.
glomerata has been isolated as an endophyte of a pine (Pinus koraiensis) and two medicinal plants, specifically Salvia miltiorrhiza and Macleaya cordata (Deng et al., 2011; Shan et al., 2012; Lou et al., 2013).
In vitro assessment of Macleaya cordata crude extract bioactivity and anticancer properties in normal and cancerous human lung cells.
et Thomas, Chelidonium majus L., Macleaya cordata (Willd.) R.Br, Macleaya microcarpa (Maxim.) Fedde, Sty-lophorum lasiocarpum (Oliv.) Fedde and some species of genus Bocconia.
The plume poppy Macleaya cordata is a bit of an oddity, as it looks nothing like any poppy you may have grown.
Of similar size is the Plume Poppy, Macleaya cordata. In just one summer it can grow to 8ft tall and if planted in full sun will soon romp away, filling a gap up to 3ft wide before going to ground for the winter.