Pyrrolizidine alkaloid-containing toxic plants (Senecio, Crotalaria, Cynoglossum, Amsinckia, Heliotropium and Echium
Multilocus diversity in an outbreeding weed, Echium
Pollen dynamics of bumble-bee visitation on Echium
Based on this principle, the company has developed a competitive line of actives from nature's most unique biomasses including algae extracts, pomegranate fruit, echium
oil and blackcurrant seed oil.
1999; DOBIGNARD & CHATELAIN, 2011 Boraginaceae Echium
Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on the leaf-miner Dialectia scalariella Zeller (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae) in Paterson's Curse, Echium
Humidity, nectar and insect visits to flowers, with special reference to Crataegus, Tili and Echium
A preliminary randomized double blind clinical trial on the efficacy of aqueous extract of Echium
amoenum in the treatment of mild to moderate major depression.
The book is written for an international readership and it is difficult not to feel that there will probably be built-in disappointment for youngsters in Britain who try to grow the Giant Echium
from the Canary Islands; it will grow up to twenty feet tall and needs to be brought inside in the winter or protected 'with a pyramid greenhouse made of bubble wrap'.
Oil from the seeds of Echium
plantagineum is one the richest sources of essential fatty acids in the plant kingdom.
Delightful chalices are presented by Echium
vulgare 'Blue Bedder'.
On one side of the garden, at the back of the border, are two dramatic 20ft tall flower stalks of echium
Botaneco, Calgary, AB, Canada, has signed a feasibility agreement with Croda Enterprise Technology, Edison, NJ, to evaluate the possibility of adding functionality to echium
oil, a specialty oil containing omega 3 fatty acids.
Impact of introduced honey bees on native pollination interactions of the endemic Echium
wildpretii (Boraginaceae) on Tenerife, Canary Islands.
variation and is heritable in Echium
vulgare and at least five other