Viola tricolor

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Noun1.Viola tricolor - a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derivedViola tricolor - a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derived
viola - any of the numerous plants of the genus Viola
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I have, also, reason to believe that humble-bees are indispensable to the fertilisation of the heartsease (Viola tricolor), for other bees do not visit this flower.
Major flavonoid components of heartsease (Viola tricolor L.) and their antioxidant activities.
Muszynski, Antimicrobial Activity of Viola tricolor herb, Fitoter., 76, 458 (2005).
A natural preparation "Inflaminat" based on black elder berries (Sambucus nigra L), violet tricolor herb (Viola tricolor L.) and calendula flowers (Calendula officinalis L.) possessing anti-cytokine activity was developed using the designed algorithm.
Oats are the most richly nutritious grain and coconut oil and shea butter combine to intensively condition, while viola tricolor pansy extract soothes flaky scalps.
Viola tricolor, a member of Violaceae plant family, is a common horticultural plant in Iran.
Here are a few examples: * Milk Thistle - this supports the liver and inhibits the production of histamine; * Viola Tricolor - this is a wild pansy and is very good for childhood itchy skin conditions; * Burdock root - A traditional medicine that has a cleansing effect on the system.
Viola tricolor, the Heartsease, has, as the name suggests, a three coloured flower.
An ointment containing extracts from Mahonia aquifolium, Viola tricolor and Centella asiatica has previously been studied in open uncontrolled trials with children.
We also take pleasure in Viola tricolor, which is native to England and was known in Elizabethan times in just three colours: yellow, white and purple and entitled the heartease or pansy.
The biology and the life cycle of Issoria lathonia (Nymphalidae) (Linnaeus 1758) on its host plant, Viola tricolor L.
This monograph sets out to apply theoretical insights from psychoanalysis and structuralism to produce new readings of four of Storm's narratives: the early stories, Auf der Universitat and Ein grunes Blatt, and the classic novellas Viola Tricolor and Der Schimmelreiter.