Oxytropis


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Noun1.Oxytropis - large widely-distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and racemose or spicate flowers each having a pea-like corolla with a clawed petalOxytropis - large widely-distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and racemose or spicate flowers each having a pea-like corolla with a clawed petal
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
crazy weed, crazyweed, locoweed - any of several leguminous plants of western North America causing locoism in livestock
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For example the mountain milkvetch (Oxytropis helleri halleri) is coastal in Scotland but a mountain species in continental Europe.
These plants belong to three genera of the Fabaceae family (Astragalus, Oxytropis, and Swainsona) (BURROWS & TYRL, 2012; COOK et al., 2009; COOK et al., 2013), one genus of the Convolvulaceae family (Ipomoea) and one genus of the Malvaceae family (Sida) (OLIVEIRA JUNIOR et al., 2013).
The mountain grassland type distributed at 1400-1600 m, dominated by Stipa breviflora, Ajania fruticulosa, Ptilagrostis pelliotii, Oxytropis aciphylla, Convolvulus gortschakovii and Salsola laricifolia.
Genetic diversity among microsymbionts of Lathyrus, Vicia, Oxytropis and Astragalus legume species from Baikal region.
Oxytropis falcata Bunge, a species belonging to the genus Oxytropis, is mainly distributed in Western China, including Qinghai, Gansu, Tibet, and Sichuan.
Characteristics of rhizobia isolated from three legumes indigenous to the Canadian high arctic:Astragalus alpinus, Oxytropis maydelliana and Oxytropis arctobia.
IV P Seeding treatment: Seeded: Equisetum arvense 0.72 0.004 Parnassia palustris 0.66 0.006 Salix alaxensis 0.65 0.004 Hedysarum alpinum 0.60 0.005 Festuca rubra' 0.46 0.016 Artemisia tilesii 0.38 0.040 Unseeded: Equisetum variegatum 0.45 0.046 Calamagrostis lapponica 0.42 0.012 Zones: Cap: Arctagrostis latifolia 0.71 < 0.001 Lomatogonium rotatum 0.57 0.018 Oxytropis deflexa 0.63 0.005 Parnassia palustris 0.52 0.027 Pyrola grandiflora 0.57 0.019 Salix alaxensis 0.62 0.004 Perimeter:--none Undisturbed:--none (1) Seeded species.
In self-replacement succession, the same species within the pre-fire community re-establish after the disturbance, whereas relay floristics succession occurs in interior Alaskan plant communities when the herbaceous (e.g., Epilobium spp., Oxytropis spp.) understory dominates immediately after fire, followed by shrub and deciduous tree establishment.
Preliminary studies on anti-tumor activity of 20, 40-dihyclroxychalcone isolated from herba oxytropis in human gastric cancer MGC-803 cells.