It is a small, green undershrub
distributed largely in Afghanistan, Egypt, and calcareous rocks of Western India and Pakistan .
It is an erect, hairless, undershrub
, annual or biennial, growing to about 100 cm high and reproduces from seeds.
Basil (Ocimum sanctum) is a branched softly pubescent undershrub
, 30 to 60 cm high plant belongs to Lamiaceae family which is digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stomachic, and useful in asthma, bronchitis, catarrhal fever, hiccough, vomiting, ringworm and skin diseases .Cucumber contains Calcium (20 mg / 100g), Iron (0.7 mg / 100 g), thiamin (0.3 mg/ 100g),niacin (0.2mg / 100 g), and riboflavin (0.01mg / 100 g) .
europaeus have > 25% ground cover, where soil is wetter Erica tetralix may occur as dominant undershrub
and Molinia caerulea is the main grass species Fen >7 Carex spp.
The plant Crotalaria arenaria, a leguminous undershrub
found in the savanna, was called manta uwa, which means "forget mother" in Hausa.
In addition, high soil moisture (>40%) occurred considerably more frequently in the undershrub
microenvironment than between shrubs, whereas the low soil moisture (<20%) occurred considerably less frequently (Fig.
(wormwood) is a perennial undershrub
growing naturally in Europe, North America, and Asia.
Grewia scabrophylla at times is an undershrub
, when exposed to annual
Stephen Harris, chief botanist with the Parks and Wildlife Service in Tasmania's rainforest, said: "When people think of a 43,000- year-old plant they probably visualise something gnarled and twisted but this just looks like an undershrub
in the forest."
occidentalis varied in a spatially predictable manner relative to: (1) distance of seeds from a foraging trail; (2) distance of seeds from the nest, and (3) surface microhabitat (undershrub
Majorana hortensis (Lamiaceae), commonly known as marjoram, is a perennial herb or undershrub
with sweet pine and citrus flavors.
Two bulk collections were made from plants at the Five Points study site; one from plants growing directly beneath creosote bush shrubs ("undershrub
" seed source), and the other from plants growing in the creosote shrub interspaces ("intershrub" seed source).