Ramos-Mora et al., "Effect on the wound healing process and in vitro cell proliferation by the medicinal mexican plant Ageratina
pichinchensis," Planta Medica, vol.
Amaranthaceae AMARYLLIDACEAE Amaryllidaceae ANACARDIACEAE Schinus molle * APIACEAE Apiaceae Conium maculatum ASTERACEAE Ageratina
Along with this varied fire history, extensive timber extraction, saw milling and clearance for agriculture have resulted in fragmentation of the native vegetation and facilitated infestations of weeds, most notably Lantana camara and Ageratina
acuminata 0.132 0.56 0.69 Poa autumnalis 0.520 0.63 1.15 Forbs Aconitum uncinatum 0.625 0.40 0.836 Actaea podocarpa 0.051 0.07 0.12 Actaea racemosa 0.561 0.42 0.98 Ageratina
Among the topics are the early-stage design and analysis of biorefinery networks, the large-scale cultivation of microalgae for fuel, optimal planning of sustainable supply chains for producing Ambrox based on Ageratina
jocotepecana in Mexico, novel methodologies for optimal product design from biomass, and assessing the safety and health of biofuel production technologies.
Na-Ar H Asteraceae Ageratina
fastigiata (Kunth) Na-Ar ar R.M.
La familia Asteraceae tuvo mayor incidencia de thrips con 6 especies (Cuadro 2) y dentro de esta familia, Ageratina
altissima tuvo la mayor incidencia con 4 especies (Cuadro 3).
Stars represent species whose flowers were significantly attractive to Lepidoptera and the abbreviations refer to: Aga = Agastache hybrid; Age = Ageratina
aromatica; Al = Aloysia virgata; Bu = Buddleja davidii; Mo = Monardia punctata.
oleracea L.) was more pronounced as compared to rice (Oryza sativa) wheat (Triticum aestivum) crofton weed (Ageratina
adenophora) and Artemisia dubia even at low concentration.
altissima (L.) King & Robins.: E32658
adenophora is a perennial herbaceous exotic shrub which may grow up to 1 or 2 m height.