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Nome cientifico Nome vernacular A Syagrus romanzoffiana (Cham.) Jeriva Glassman B Schefflera calva (Cham.) Fordin & Caixeta Fiaschi B Pisonia ambigua Heirmerl Anzol-de-lontra C Moquiniastrum polymorphum (Less.) Cambara G.Sancho C Solanum sanctaecatharinae Dunal Canena C Boehmeria caudata Sw.
Therefore, researchers concluded that feeding adaptation to Piper Boehmeria folium is the most likely explanation for the fixation of this mutation by positive selection, thus allowing the tree shrew's diet to expand.
Chen et al., "Transcriptome analysis of ramie (Boehmeria nivea L.
Ten samples which include 6 fruit samples, that is, sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum), apple (Malus domestica), grapes (Vitis vinifera), jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus), mango (Mangifera indica), and papaya (Carica papaya), soil, Murcha, bark of "Dar" (Boehmeria rugulosa), and commercial active dry yeast powder as reference were collected.
Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of ramie leaf (Boehmeria nivea L.).
Enrichment with feed was used by offering three different forage species simultaneously: sugar cane (Saccharum officinarum sp.), mulberry (Morus alba) and ramie (Boehmeria nivea); provided ad libitum during the observation periods (morning and afternoon) in ST2.
Alimentacao alternativa para coelhos a base de rami (Boehmeria nivea) e palma (Opuntia ficus).
Raven, 1962 Plantaginaceae Gratiola pilosa Michaux 1803 N Lindernia grandiflora Nuttall, 1818 N Mecardonia acuminata (Walter) N Small, 1903 Polygalaceae Polygala lutea L., 1753 N Polygala leptocaulis Vellozo, 1829 N Polygonaceae Polygonum punctatum Elliott, 1817 N Urticaceae Boehmeria cylindrica (L.) Swartz, 1788 N The species authorities and the native classification (N = native to Florida) are cited in Wunderlin & Hansen (2008).
saccharum 4 X X X X Actaea pachypoda* 7* X* X* X* Aesculus glabra 5 X X X X Ageratina altissima 2 X X X X Agrimonia parviflora 4 X X X ALLIARTA PETIOLATA -- X Allium tricoccum* 7* X* X* Anemone acutiloba* 8* X* X* X* Antennaria neglecta 3 X X Arisaema dracontium 5 X Arisaema triphyllum 4 X X X Asarum canadense 5 X X Asimina triloba 6 X X X X Aspenium platyneuron 3 X BERBER1S THUNBERGII -- X Boehmeria cylindrica 3 X X X X Brachyelytrum erectum 6 X Campanulastrum americanum 4 X Campsis radicans 1 X Cardamine concatenata 5 X Carex grayi 5 X Carex jamesii 4 X Carex laxiflora* 7* X* X* X* Carex tribuloides var.
The most common materials used at this early date were various items made from hemp, both hemp proper (Cannabis sativa) and ramie (Boehmeria nivea), usually in the form of old rope, fishnets, and hempen cloth.
In vitro plant regeneration from seedling-derived explants of ramie (Boehmeria nivea (L.) Gaud).
Bernardia dodecandra X (Sesse ex Cav.) Govaerts Boehmeria ulmifolia X Wedd.
Lin, "Evaluation of the hepatoprotective and antioxidant activity of Boehmeria nivea var.
Boehmeria nivea (Linn.) Gaudich (Urticaceae) is a flowering plant that is traditionally used to treat several diseases and heal wounds in Asian countries including China, Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand [7, 8].
Some of these species were and are commercially important, although not on the same scale as cotton, for example jute (Corchorus) and ramie (Boehmeria nivea).