Pulsatilla


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pulsatilla

(ˌpʌlsəˈtɪlə)
n
(Plants) another name for pasqueflower
[C16: from Medieval Latin, from pulsāta beaten (by the wind)]

pulsatilla

- Can refer to the shaking of a flower in the wind.
See also related terms for shaking.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pulsatilla - includes a group of plants that in some classifications are included in the genus Anemone: pasqueflowersPulsatilla - includes a group of plants that in some classifications are included in the genus Anemone: pasqueflowers
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
pasque flower, pasqueflower - any plant of the genus Pulsatilla; sometimes included in genus Anemone
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And the Kuqin is composed of light yellow Sophora root, Baikal Skullcap root, Chinese Pulsatilla root, Honeysuckle flower, and Membranous Milk vetch root, etc.
Higher mean temperatures as associated with climate change can have a severe impact on plants and animals by disrupting their mutually beneficial relationship: The pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris), for example, is very sensitive to rising temperatures by flowering earlier each year, whereas one of its major pollinators, a solitary bee species, does not quite keep pace by hatching earlier.
Contract notice: monitoring of pulsatilla patens and the development of a methodology for the use of environmental dna in fish, crayfish and lamprey monitoring
Summary: The phytochemical work on Pulsatilla wallichiana Ulbr.
As kids, we suffered from conjunctivitis and it was Pulsatilla that worked for us, alternating with Euphrasia.
Pulsatilla koreana (Grandmother Flower), by Mahaveer Swami, 2012.
With seed heads as striking as its flowers, pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris) is a must have in sunny rock gardens.
Yarnell was able to go into great depth on prescribing the herbs corydalis, aconite, Pulsatilla, and hyoscyamus.
Varieties of campanula, eritrichium (alpine forget-me-not), gentiana, pulsatilla, saxifraga and ranunculus were content to grow in bare limestone clefts.
Common Scawwort Achnatherum sibiricum (L.) Keng Siberian Jijigrass Cleistogenes squarrosa (Trin.) Keng Scabrous Hideseedgrass Pulsatilla turczaninovii Kryl.
[section] Other galactogogues include: Brewer's yeast--Saccharomyces cerevisiae Prolac--homeopathic combination sublingual tablet to stimulate milk production (Helonias ioica, Urtica urens, Ricinus communis, calcarea carbonica, calcarea phosphorica, Vitex agnus-castus, ferrum phosphoricum, Pulsatilla, graphites, calcarea fluorica) Lactogogue tea--herbal tea (can be made with the leaves of different herbal plants, although fenugreek is most commonly used) Lactation cookies--oats-based cookie containing brewer's yeast and flaxseed Protein powder--a powder containing one of three main proteins: whey, soy and casein Oats--Avena sativa Milk stout--stout containing lactose, often used in the fermentation of beer Table 3.
Pulsatilla, a kind of traditional Chinese medicine, derives from the dried root of Pulsatilla chinensis (Bunge) Regel.