2009: Determination of total flavonoids and phenolic acids from Oxytropis
The soil erosion that has been one of the by-products of overgrazing has a by-product of its own--an increase in the abundance of the poisonous plant Oxytropis
muricata, which has killed livestock in the surrounding areas.
Biological flora of the Canadian prairie provinces, I: Oxytropis
saximontana 2 Galium boreale 13 Juniperus horizontalis 1 Koeleria macrantha 6 Linum lewisii 4 Minuartia yukonensis 4 Nestotus macleanii 1 Oxytropis
CLUSTER 6 corresponds to wind-edge swards characterized by Kobresia myosuriodes, Oxytropis
halleri, Arenaria grandiflora and a total of five diagnostic species (Table 1).
2012), roots of Oxytropis
falcata (Leguminosae) Bunge (Chen et al.
Pallas 16 Oxytropis
lambertii Pursh 10 Pediomelum argophyllum (Pursh) 13, 19 Grimes Pediomelum digitatum (Nutt.
Horses and sheep previously intoxicated by the swainsonine-containing plants Astragalus and Oxytropis
(locoweeds) may develop aversion to these plants, but in some animals, this aversion may not be as efficient as aversion induced in non-intoxicated animals (PFISTER et al.
It is interesting to note that, at the Silver Creek site, one of the dominant plants was Oxytropis
The species in summer pasture were: Kobresia huimlis, Stipa aliena, Lancea tibetica, Kobresia pygmaea, Gentiana squarrosa, Leontopodium leontopodioides, Thalictrum alpinum, Oxytropis
deflexa, Saussurea superba, Potentilla fruticosa, Taraxacum brevirostre, Potentilla anserine, Poa calliopsis, Potentilla multifida, Leontopodium nanum.
It has been used as an instrument drug to study glucoprotein N-link oligosaccharide since its initial extraction from the fruit of Australian Swainsona canescens and North America locoweed (including Astragalus and Oxytropis