Asarum


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5 -- Arenaria serpyllifolia (thyme-leave -- -- -- sandwort) Arisaema dracontium (green dragon) * -- -- -- Arisaema triphyllum -- -- -- (jack-in-the-pulpit) * Asarum canadense (wild ginger) * -- -- -- Asclepias exaltata (poke milkweed) * -- -- -- Asclepias incarnata (swamp milkweed) * 2.
001 on a per seed basis) and a large magnitude (dispersal distance [is greater than] 1 km) in order for Asarum to have traveled over 200 km in 16000 yr (Fig.
The plants of the genera Aristolochia and Asarum became the interesting topic for the phytochemical and pharmaceutical researchers since the discovery of aristolochic acid derivatives.
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This study specifically addressed aspects of seed survival of Asarum canadense L.
Baldacci (1894) empleo la aparente forma campanulada del perianto como una forma transicional que permitiria asociar a Aristolochia y Asarum, este ultimo un genero de cerca de 120 especies del hemisferio Norte, que posee flores actinomorfas y en muchos casos campanuladas.
The presence of large lower branches among the larger, older stems and the absence of species common in the area, such as Asarum canadense, in the southern half of Munsee Woods suggest that the site was once more open and may have been used for grazing when it was part of Whitney Farm or Green Hills Farm.
Herba Asari (Xixin, Manchurian Wildginger, Asarum spp.
Asaroideae, with an actinomorphic perianth, consists of three genera and about 130 herbaceous species: Asarum, with ca.
88 Paced through the flowing scents of the asarum swath.
The Arisaema group occurs mostly on mesic to wet-mesic sites and the Asarum group is most common on wet-mesic sites.
Typical genera of plants with species using this dispersal syndrome include Asarum, Claytonia, Dentaria, Dicentra, Erythronium, Jeffersonia, Sanguinaria, Trillium, and Viola.
The two aristolochiid genera Asarum and Saruma are the only dicotyledon taxa to also contain cuneate crystals (Behnke, 1971, 1988); however, no particular monocotyledon taxon could be named as their putative link.
El primero de ellos, Trichopus (Trichopodaceae), fue incluido junto con Aristolochia y Asarum en las Aristolochiacea por Lindley (1831), con base en las siguientes caracteristicas: hojas alternas, simples, pecioladas; flores bisexuales, epiginas, con caliz tubular, 3lobulado, con estivacion valvada y a veces iguales entre si; estambres 6-10, libres o adnatos al estilo o al estigma; ovario 3 o 6 locular, ovulos numerosos, dispuestos horizontalmente, estigmas en igual numero que los loculos del ovario; y fruto seco o suculento, 3-6 locular, con numerosas semillas, las cuales poseen un embrion pequeno.