Vesicaria


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Atriplex vesicaria is a CAM (crassulacean acid metabolism) plant and is therefore more enriched in [sup.
plant macrofossils KIL-1 Schoenoplectus lacustris Nuphar lutea KIL-2 Schoenoplectus lacustris Najas marina Carex vesicaria KIL-3 Schoenoplectus lacustris, Betula pubescens KIL-3-2 Najas marina KIL-4 Betula alba, Populus tremula KIL-4-2 Najas marina KIL-5 Salix sp.
An experiment was designed to test the effect of two levels of a nonionic surfactant on the bioavailability of a polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH), fluoranthene, for uptake by the estuarine plant, Sesbania vesicaria.
BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF SESBANIA VESICARIA TO A POLYUNSATURATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBON, FLUORANTHENE
vesicaria all contain a substance called sesbanimide that has demonstrated anti-tumor activity in mice with leukemia, according to ARS chemist Richard G.
Mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni (Meliaceae)), Cedar [Juniperus barbadensis (Cupressaceae)], Braziletto [Caesalpinia vesicaria (Fabaceae)], Lignum Vitae or Ironwood [Guaiacum sanctum (Zygophyllaceae)], Mastic [Syderoxylon foetidissidum (Sapotaceae)]] are currently rare or mostly have small size individuals in the wild as they have been overexploited.
wet (20)Caesalpinia spinosa wet (Molina) Kuntze (20)Caesalpinia vesicaria L.
Water cress, Nasturtium officinale can be found floating in many gentle streams all over Britain and, with our control and management is now an important salad crop, along with rocket, Eruca vesicaria.
The density of species such as Aizoon quadrifidum, Atriplex vesicaria, and Maireana pyramidata decreased with grazing, while other species such as Eremophila maculata and E.