Lophophora


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two species of small cacti of northeastern Mexico and southwestern United States having rounded stems covered with jointed tubercles: mescal

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uncinatus Lophophora williamsii Mammillaria heyderi Mammillaria lasiacantha Mammillaria pottsii Opuntia azuria Opuntia engelmannii var.
15 The Native American Church has an estimated 250,000 adherents for a religion based around use of the cactus Lophophora williamsii - containing which powerful hallucinogen?
Interacciones planta-nodriza en Lophophora difusa (Cactaceae) en un desierto subtropical de Mexico.
Peyote, a hallucinogen derived from the plant lophophora williamsii lemaire, is considered by the Drug Enforcement Agency to be a
The common uniseriate papillae are present in some species of Peniocereus (Echinocereeae), Ariocarpus, Aztekium, Ferocact us, Lophophora, thelocactus, and Turbinicarpus of Cacteae and in several genera of Notocacteae (Hemenway & Allen, 1936; Gasson, 1981; Anderson, 1987; Porembski, 1996; Nyffeler & Eggli, 1997; Mauseth et al.
Its formal scientific name is Lophophora williamsii, but it is popularly known as peyote (from the Nahuatl term peyotl).
Mescal is the peyote cactus or Lophophora williamsii, whose flowering heads or "mescal buttons" are the active ingredient in the alkaloid mescaline.
Hay unas, como las chollas, cubiertas con increibles cantidades de espinas, tambien otras que tienen pelillos o una especie de lana o algodoncillo en vez de espinas y otras mas que carecen totalmente de ellas, como el peyote Lophophora williamsii o el bonete de obispo (Astrophytum myriostigma), que se salvan de los depredadores porque crecen casi al ras del suelo y pasan inadvertidos.
fitchii, Ferocactus setispinus, Lophophora williamsii, Mammillaria heyderi, Mammillaria sphaerica, O.
Mescaline is the major psychoactive alkaloid of two cactus species, Lophophora williamsii (Lem.