genus Salvia

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Related to genus Salvia: Salvia officinalis
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large genus of shrubs and subshrubs of the mint family varying greatly in habit: sage

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There are many phytogeographic puzzles in the genus Salvia that might be solved with a better understanding of dispersal.
The study was made for three species of genus salvia belonging to the family lamiaceae.
Chemical characterisation and assessment of antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of essential oils of species of the genus Salvia, especially of S.
The usage of "salvia" in this manner will reflect the drug culture and does not reflect all of the plants in the genus Salvia.
The genus Salvia comprises nearly 1000 species worldwide, and they are well known by their modified lever-like stamens, which play a key role in pollen transfer (Classen-Bockhoff et al.
The genus Salvia is rich in tanshinones, which have a furo-1, 2 or a furo-1, 4 naphathoquinone chromphore (Lee et al.
The genus Salvia is the largest one among the most important genera of the lamiaceae family consisting of about 900 species, of which 58 are distributed in Iranian flora, 17 of which are endemic.