Plantago lanceolata


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Noun1.Plantago lanceolata - an Old World plantain with long narrow ribbed leaves widely established in temperate regionsPlantago lanceolata - an Old World plantain with long narrow ribbed leaves widely established in temperate regions
plantain - any of numerous plants of the genus Plantago; mostly small roadside or dooryard weeds with elliptic leaves and small spikes of very small flowers; seeds of some used medicinally
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The aim of the projects is to comprehensively characterize viral communities in plantago lanceolata.
Classes FAMILIES SPECIES Monocotyledones Poaceae Phragmites australis Hordeum murinum Lolium multiflorum Paspalum distichum Avena sterilis Bromus hordeaceus Poa annua Graminees indeterminees Typhaceae Typha anguistifolia Cyperaceae Scirpus maritimus Dicotyledones Convolvulaceae Calystegia sepium Plantaginaceae Plantago Lanceolata Iridaceae Iris pseudacurus Fabaceae Trifolium repens Polygonaceae Polygonum lapathifolium Rumex conglumeratus Apiaceae Apium nodiflorum Asteraceae Sonchus teneremu Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium sp.
chilensis Macrocystis pyrifera 1 -- 47 species of seagrass 1 -- 7 species of seagrass 1 -- Spartina alterniflora 1 -- and Spartina detritus Benthic macroalgae 1 -- Plantago lanceolata 1 British Columbia Corallina officinalis 1 Finnoy, Norway Corallina pinatifolia 1 Catalina Island, CA Gongronema latifolium 1 Bergen Store Kalsoy, Norway Macrocystis pyrifera -- Wide geographical range Phytoplankton 1 Bay of Brest Macroalgae 1 -- Gastropods -- -- Crepidula fornicata 2.
Tolerance index (TI) of the height, green mass of the shoots and roots, and dry mass of the shoots and roots of Bidenspilosa and Plantago lanceolata plants after 64 and 85 days of growth respectively in three copper contaminated soils: Inceptisol, Mollisol and copper mining waste (waste).
Of possible relevance: A weed that grows in the US has been used successfully to treat some viral conditions: * Smallpox: Native Americans used Plantago lanceolata ("lanceleaf plantain") to successfully treat smallpox many years ago.
The work only used Daucus carota plants grown under sterile in vitro conditions and Plantago lanceolata and Sorghum bicolor plants grown in a greenhouse but a field study still needs to be conducted to analyze the root glomalin status.
Investigations of the anti-inflammatory activity of liquid extracts of Plantago lanceolata L.
Instead, post-diapause larvae appear well timed to the expansion of young Plantago lanceolata leaves, on which they appear to preferentially feed (Fig.
A finales de verano la parte mas externa del carrizal generalmente queda fuera del nivel del agua y aparecen otras especies tales como Polypogon monspeliensis, Plantago lanceolata, P.
2] enrichment in seeds and seedlings of Plantago lanceolata L.
00 (alcohol, aqua, sodium salicylate, plantago lanceolata, berberis aquifolium) LCW AC-5 Sericate FSE 2.