Saururaceae


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Noun1.Saururaceae - family of perennial aromatic herbs: genera Saururus, Anemopsis, Houttuynia
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Piperales, Piperales - Piperaceae; Saururaceae; Chloranthaceae
genus Saururus, Saururus - type genus of the Saururaceae: lizard's-tails
Anemopsis, genus Anemopsis - one species: yerba mansa
genus Houttuynia, Houttuynia - one species; east Asian low-growing plant of wet places
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The best position for Canrightia in Piperales, sister to Saururaceae and Piperaceae, is two or three steps less parsimonious.
(Family: Saururaceae) is a well-known traditional Chinese medicinal material widely used in China, Japan and Korea and commonly known as eusungcho, fishmint or heartleaf.
(HC, Saururaceae) is widely used as a traditional medicine, both internally and externally [34].
Group Plant Family Use 1 Citrus limon Rutaceae E Citrus aurantifolia Rutaceae E/M Citrus paradisi Rutaceae E Citrus sinensis Rutaceae E Citrus reticulata Rutaceae E Citrus aurantium Rutaceae E 2 Houttuynia cordata Saururaceae E/M Houttuynia emeiensis Saururaceae W Rhodiola rosea Crassulaceae M 3 Artemisia annua Asteraceae M Artemisia capillaris Asteraceae M Rhaponticum Asteraceae W carthamoides Solanum lycopersicum Solanaceae E 4 Anthemis aciphylla Asteraceae W Artemisia annua L.
California bay Saururaceae Lizard's-Tail Family Anemopsis californica (Nutt.) Hook.
(Saururaceae), a perennial herb commonly called Chinese lizard's tail or Sambaekcho in Korea, has been used in the treatment of edema, gonorrhea, jaundice, and inflammatory diseases.
(Piperales: Saururaceae); arrowhead, Sagittaria sp.
Saururaceae (Lizard's-Tail Family) Saururus cernuus L.; Lizard's Tail, Water Dragon; Floodplain woods, vernal pools, and along the Mississinewa River; Abundant; C = 4; BSUH 17463, 17521, 17595.
Saurufuran A from Saururus chinensis (Saururaceae) [101], lavonoids such as chrysin, apigenin and kaempferol [102], and phenolic compounds from Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Fabaceae) [103] are recently identified PPAR-[gamma] agonists to treat risk factors of metabolic syndrome.
Conjuntamente con las Chlorantaceae y Saururaceae forman un grupo taxonomicamente aislado (Orden Piperales) de plantas relativamente arcaicas (Taylor y Hickey, 1992).
(Saururaceae) is used by various tribes of Cachar district in Assam, India as a blood purifier (Das et al., 2008).
(Saururaceae) from the Middle Eocene Princeton Chert: American Journal of Botany, v.