Alternanthera


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In a study of the use of Alternanthera pungens herbal tea the treatment of HIV, a significant decrease in plasma levels of biomarkers of oxidative stress (p<0.
Serial Number Botanical name 1 Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.
The nomenclatura and type collections of the widespread taxa of Alternanthera (Amaranthaceae).
My favorite plant in this area is a multicolored joyweed known as Alternanthera 'Red Edge,' an annual whose stature approximates that of Mexican heather but whose leaves are an uncanny combination of vivid red, burgundy and yellow.
Now though, the purple-leaved alternanthera plants we planted between the begonias have grown much faster and we need to pinch back all of the shoots competing with - and swamping - some of the weaker begonias.
The popularity of tropicals such as Acalypha, Alternanthera, and Iresine (no.
One species, Alternanthera sessilis (sessile joyweed), is listed by the U.
1994); Cecropia obtusifolia (Howell and Montero, 1996); Alternanthera pungens (Calderon et al.
Scientific Name Common Name Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.
Herbs that dominate marshes found in the park include the following species: Alternanthera philoxeroides (alligatorweed), Hydrolea uniflora (oneflower false fiddleleaf), Polygonum hydropiperoides (swamp smartweed), and P.
2 Amaranthaceae Alternanthera sessilis 3 Anacardiaceae Campnosperma auriculata 4 Gluta pubescens 5 Gluta renghas 6 Gluta wallichii 7 Gluta sp.
Cattail Pistia stratiotes Water lettuce Thalia geniculata Bent alligator flag Alternanthera philoxeroides Alligatorweed Pontederia cordata Pickerelweed Saururus cernuus Lizard's tail Semiaquatic or aquatic plants Colocasia esculenta Wild taro Typha sp.
Molluscicidal activity of Crude water leaf extracts of Alternanthera sesselis on Bulinus (phy) globosus.
The whole plant of Achyranthes aspera, leaves of Centella asiatica, roots of Clerodendrum viscosum, and leaves of Alternanthera sessilis were mixed and administered for treatment of gonorrhea, low semen density, and leucorrhea.