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Synonyms for buckthorn

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Monofloral spring honey from Salix caprea and Frangula alnus was collected in the Lazdijai District.
Frangula, for example, encourages the bowels to work more efficiently so that rich, hard-to-digest foods do not stagnate in the colon.
angustifolia), cascara sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana), frangula (Rhamnus frangula), yellow dock (Rumex crispus), Chinese rhubarb (Rheum officinale).
CO2 uptake rates of eight representative native and two non-native species, Rhamnus cathartica and Rhamnus frangula, were measured using a TPS-I (PP Systems) gas exchange sensor on the Calvin College campus (Grand Rapids, MI).
Shrub-scrub was dominated by Viburnum recognitum (14%), Frangula alnus (14%), and Cornus amomum (13%) in the shrub layer, and by Solidago altissima (5%) in the herb layer.
canadensis, Comus florida, Frangula caroliniana, Juniperus virginiana,
Actively managed by Division of Nature Preserves; low per cent cover of Rhamnus frangula.
The glossy buckthorn Rhamnus frangula (also mildly poisonous) has bark and growth form that looks somewhat similar to the chokecherry.