Dipsacus


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Related to Dipsacus: teasel, Dipsacus sativus
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Synonyms for Dipsacus

type genus of the Dipsacaceae: teasel

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Dipsacus asperoides polysaccharide induces apoptosis in osteosarcoma cells by modulating the PI3K/Akt pathway.
Centuries of practice revealed that there was nothing better for loosening the fibres and raising the nap on woollen cloth than the head of a teasel, particularly dipsacus sativus, whose spikes cunningly curve back on themselves, in a way that the wild version does not.
Por un lado, se ha constatado la existencia de elementos exigentes en nitrogeno como pastos antropozoogenos--Chenopodiaceae, Plantago lanceolata, Dipsacus fullonum--, asi como microfosiles no polinicos de naturaleza coprofila--ascosporas fungicas como Sordaria sp.
Dipsacus laciniatus, commonly referred to as cutleaf teasel, is an invasive monocarpic perennial in the Midwestern United States (Glass 2009) that has become a threat to native species (Solecki 1991, Huenneke and Thomson 1994) and is categorized as a noxious weed (USDA 2008).
According to the Chinese tradition, Dipsacus asperoides (DA) is said to tonify the liver and kidneys, and to promote the movement of blood.
Resultados similares fueron reportados para la especie herbacea Dipsacus sylvestris (Caswell & Werner 1978), donde [lambda] fue mas afectada por alteraciones en la tasa de maduracion de pequenas rosetas que por la de individuos grandes y reproductivos.
Plant species with yellow flowers are the most numerous in the list, but the most visited plant species was the purple-flowered Dipsacus sylvestrus Huds.
Samples were collected from water impounded in the weed Dipsacus fullonum L.
5 grass) * (PE) Dipsacus fullonum (common teasel) 2.
Euphorbiaceae), Chromolaena odorata, Cucumis dipsacus, Cyanthillium cinereum, Eclipta postrata (L.
Interestingly, the generic name for teasel, Dipsacus, comes from the Greek word "dipsakos," meaning thirst.
Karl Blossfeldt, Dipsacus laciniatus, Fuller's Teasel
Wild carrot, Queen Anne's-lace Dipsacus fullonum L.