Stellaria


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Noun1.Stellaria - common chickweedStellaria - common chickweed; stitchwort  
caryophylloid dicot family - family of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
carnation family, Caryophyllaceae, family Caryophyllaceae, pink family - large family of herbs or subshrubs (usually with stems swollen at the nodes)
chickweed - any of various plants of the genus Stellaria
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In Chinese medicine a sister plant Stellaria alsine is used to treat fevers and snakebite.
As to the treatments composed by black oat and vetch, the species which presented highest IVI was Stellaria media, weed plant belonging to the Caryophyllaceae family, with values equivalent to 45,53 and 38,11, respectively.
canadensis (L.) Bolli MRE [Common Elderberry] Caryophyllaceae Stellaria media (L.) Vill.
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Silene edgeworthii Bocquet Bakroyla Caryophyllaceae Stellaria media (L.) Vill.
0.3 Cardamine hyperborea 3 0.8 Cochlearia officinalis Equisetum arvense 3 Equisetum variegatum 1.5 Polygonum viviparum 3 0.8 Saxifraga cernua Saxifraga hirculus 0.3 Stellaria sp.
(Gentianales: Rubiaceae) and Stellaria media (L.) grew along the forest/ field edge in homogeneous stands large enough (~ 5 m x 5 m) to place a Malaise traps in their center.
Am y blodyn gwyn, mae hi'n credu y gall hwn fod yn serenllys y gors (Stellaria uliginosa; Bog Stitwort) ac rydw i'n ddiolchgar iawn iddi am ei chywiriadau a'i hawgrymiadau.
But there may be other nyctinastic candidates that bloom in late May in the same climate and at the same time as buttercups and wild roses, such as chickweed, which has star-shaped flowers and is actually named Stellaria media.
The top four TCM compounds, trichosanatine, angeliferulate, dichotomoside E, and squamosamide, were extracted from Trichosanthes rosthornii Harms, Angelica sinensis, Stellaria dichotoma L., and Annona squamosa L., respectively.