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Synonyms for Ruscus

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Emily put old glass water bottles with the labels peeled off to work, serving as centerpieces filled with Italian ruscus and understated green chrysanthemums.
Dessa forma, estas especies surgem como alternativas para substituir outras especies exoticas usadas como folhagem de corte, como ruscus (Ruscus aculeatus) e camelia (Camellia japonica), e principalmente aquelas que sao alvo de extrativismo, como, por exemplo, a guaricanga (Geonoma pohliana) (OSHIRO et al.
Effect of MS-salt strength, sucrose and IBA concentration and acclimatization media on Ruscus hypoglossum L.
2005) with Ruscus hypoglossum, and Sayed and Gabr (2007) with Deutzia scabra pointed out that transfer of rooted shootlet to different kind of media substrate to greenhouse showed different effects on the survival of plants.
The collection includes Absinthe Shave Cream, Marigold & Ginseng Light-Weight Aftershave Balm, Ginseng Facial Fluid Gel Cleanser, Ruscus & Chestnut Anti-Ageing Cream Spf15, Borage Anti-Shine Moisturiser Spf6, Magnesium & Wheat Proteins Toning & Hair-Strengthening Shampoo.
Among the floristic rarities of Romania: the Turkish hazel (Corylus colurna), the peony (Paeonia mascula), acanthus (Acanthus balcanicus), lamb's lettuce (Valerianella coronata), ruscus (Ruscus hypoglossum) etc.
Germination trials and domestication potential of three native species with edible sprouts: Ruscus aculeatus L.
A study was conducted to evaluate growth and quality of Ruscus (Ruscus hypophyllum L.
After the baseline study was completed, volunteers were provided a standardised formulation of Aesculus hippocastanum, Ruscus aculeatus and Ginkgo biloba for oral (tablet) administration daily for three months.
For traditional homes, keep the look natural by combining two or more flower varieties with softer foliages such as eucalyptus and soft ruscus.
The effect of methyl jasmonate on triterpene and steror metabolisms of Centella asiatica, Ruscus aculeatus and Galphimia glauca cultured plants.
They include all ferns, Epimedium, Pulmonaria, Lamiums, Arum italicum, Convallaria, hardy Geraniums, Hostas, Polygonatum, Symphytum grandiflorum, Cyclamen, Leucojum, Anemone nemorosa, Brunnera, Trachystemon, Cimicifuga, Hyacinthoides, Galium, Ruscus and of course Helleborus.