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Recent explorations at Bungo Range National Park have made an addition to Sarawak Amomum species.
The impact of Amomum villosum cultivation on seasonal rainforest in Xishuangbanna, Southwest China.
japonica [39] 2013 China GS FLX System Aquilaria sinensis 2013 China Illumina HiSeq 2000 [40] Amomum villosum 2014 China Illumina HiSeq 2000 Lour.
Ktze and Amomum medium Lour were planted in those communities to increase income, leading to the loss of natural plant species and simpler community structures (Lin 2003; Li et al.
180g beef ribs steak, 50g spring onion, 20g garlic, 40g ketchup, 50ml soy sauce, 5g amomum fruit, 5g star anise, 5g cinnamon, 20g sugar, 50g potato starch, 20ml beef broth, steamed rice (to serve, optional)
(2008) examined removal of three invasive species (Lonicera morrowii, Rhamnus cathartica, and Rosa multiflora) and two native shrubs (Cornus amomum and Rubus idaeus), finding that natives were preferentially consumed by rodents in autumn.
frutescens, Piper nigrum, Ruta graveolens, Solanum surratens, Amomum subulatum, A.
The species of Amomum (Cardamom) was discovered from the Silent Valley National Park on the Western Ghats of Kerala.
The spice known as cardamom is the fruit of several plants of the Elettaria, Aframomum and Amomum genera in Zingiberaceae, or ginger family.
f., Ipomoea mauritiana Jacq., Momordica charantia L., Manihot esculenta Crantz., Lawsonia inermis L., Punica granatum L., Piper betle L., Aegle marmelos (L.) Corr., Santalum album L., Amomum subulatum Roxb., Curcuma longa L., Tamarindus indica L., Centella asiatica (L.) Urb., and Zingiber officinale Roscoe.
Brown (or black) cardamoms are from the Amomum plant most common in Asia and Australia.
Also, Cornus amomum (swamp dogwood) and Ulmus thomasii (rock elm) probably represent misidentifications by Gates (1912) as they are generally not found in this part of Illinois.
KRL Waste Disposal Parcels Name 1969- 1963- 1960- 1957- 1954- 1976 1969 1963 1960 1957 Acer negundo (box 23 75 -- 15 8 elder) * Acer rubrum (red -- -- -- -- -- maple) * Acer saccharinum -- 15 -- -- -- (silver maple) * Aesculus glabra -- -- -- -- -- (Ohio buckeye) * Ailanthus altissima -- 8 75 -- 45 (tree of heaven) Catalpa bignonoides -- -- -- -- -- (common catalpa) Catalpa speciosa -- -- 8 -- 8 (northern catalpa) Celtis occidentalis 8 8 -- -- -- (hackberry) * Cornus amomum 15 -- -- -- -- (pale dogwood) * Cornus drummondi -- -- -- -- 223 (roughleaf dogwood) * Cornus racemosa -- 90 -- -- -- (gray dogwood)* Fraxinus americana -- -- -- -- -- (white ash) * Fraxinus pennsylvanica 23 52 -- -- 8 var.