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Synonyms for cocklebur

any coarse weed of the genus Xanthium having spiny burrs

burdock having heart-shaped leaves found in open woodland, hedgerows and rough grassland of Europe (except extreme N) and Asia Minor

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Tillage and soybean canopy effects on common cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium) emergcncc.
In addition to food allergens SPT with house dust mite allergens (Der p1 and Der f 1 mix) and mixed pollen allergen from paper mulberry, cocklebur and grasses were also performed.
Similarly, methanol extraction was done but Water extraction was done by placing 100 g of ground cocklebur (equal proportion of stem, leaf and seed) in beaker of 1000 ml of water boiled by heater for an hour.
Cocklebur and morningglory never curled up much in the past, but Acuron seemed to nail them both.
A 7-year-old male patient with a 48-hour history of cocklebur fruit aspiration was admitted to our hospital diagnosed with bilateral bronchial foreign body.
HE: rough cocklebur control competence, WUn: the weight of the dried rough cocklebur in the unsprayed paddy, [W.
solani Kuhn of crude extracts prepared from different morphological parts (seed, stem, leaf and root) of cocklebur (X.
farinae), cat, dog, feather, insect mix (American and German cockroaches and fire ants), mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus), mixed grass (Bermuda, Johnson, Bahia, Salt, and Rye), tree (mix 1: Mulberry, Elm, Acacia, Cypress; mix 2: box elder, beefwood, bayberry, oak, palm, melaleuca, hackberry, sweet gum, and maple), interior and exterior mold (Rhizopus, Mucor, Pullularia, Penicillum, Aspergillus, Curvularia, Fusarium, Alternaria, Hormodendrum, Helmintospororium), and weed (mix 1: English Plantain, Pigweed, Ragweed; mix 2: marsh elder, cocklebur, lamb quarter); in addition, a histamine skin test was performed and a diluent control was included for each series.
The constructed wetland was dominated by knot grass, waterhemp (FAC; with a 50% chance of being found in a wetland), cocklebur (FAC-; with a 40% chance of occurring in a wetland), and marsh-elder (Table 4).
uk for a good list, but castor bean, cherry kernels, cocklebur, Easter lily, oleander, poison or water hemlock, red maple, thorn apple and yew are all extremely toxic.
Spiny Cocklebur Xanthium spinosum: This is a summer annual with nasty thorns that grows best in places that have been tilled and irrigated.
Yet sticking to it like a cocklebur is that Father answered: "Because the next time one of your men puts his foot on my property, he will be shot.
As I clung to the shagbark hickory like a cocklebur on Polarfleece, a deer passed within feet of me.