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inula

(ˈɪnjʊlə)
n
(Plants) any of various plants of the genus Inula of the family Asteraceae, which are native to Africa, Asia, and Europe
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Noun1.inula - any plant of the genus Inulainula - any plant of the genus Inula  
genus Inula - genus of Old World herbs or subshrubs: elecampane
elecampane, Inula helenium - tall coarse Eurasian herb having daisylike yellow flowers with narrow petals whose rhizomatous roots are used medicinally
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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Flowerbed magnets include honesty, aubrieta, bergenias, inula, hebe, lavender, French marigolds, thyme, hyssop and marjoram.
Moreover, some species such as Helleborus orientalis L., Inula viscosa(L) Aiton, Phlomis pungens Willd.
1877) or webs (e.g., Inula subtilis Davies, 1982), or remain on secondary structures of the females' webs (e.g., Araneus anatipes (Keyserling.
Inula Britannica, also known as the British yellow head or meadow fleabane, is a Eurasian species of plant in the genus Inula within the daisy family.
Having discovered a wounded turtle on the beach, she undertakes a mission to find Inula Viscola, a plant that can heal the injured turtle.
(2013) reported that Inula racemose Hook was protandrous and the pollen was shed from the anthers onto the sweeping hairs of the style in the bud stage.
Selon ce meme auteur, le surpaturage ovin et bovin entraine le developpement des chamephytes, nous avons parmi ces dernier Ampelodesma mauritanicum, Chamaerops humilis, Ulex bovinii, Ruta chalepensis, Daphne gnidium, Erica arborea, Thymus ciliatus, Globularia alypum, Atractylis humilis, Teucrium fruticans, Inula viscosa, Astragalus armatus, etc.
Japonicone A is a natural product extracted from the aerial part of Inula japonica Thunb (Asteraceae family) [19] and has been demonstrated to possess activities in anti-inflammatory, antidiabetes, and anticancer [19, 20].
Alantolactone and isoalantolactone, first isolated from Inula helenium [1], are the main active constituents in Radix Inulae, commonly used in a folk medicine called Tu-Mu-Xiang in China [2].
Mu, "Hepatoprotective effect of the flavonoid fraction isolated from the flower of Inula britannica against D-galactosamine-induced hepatic injury," Molecular Medicine Reports, vol.