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Synonyms for bracken

fern of southeastern Asia

large coarse fern often several feet high

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Insects associated with bracken fern Pteridium aquilinum (Polypodiaceae) in Papua New Guinea and their possible use in biological control.
Main publications for bracken fern use, Mitchell Plateau and Pilbara research
There are three main species of edible ferns in North America: ostrich fern Matteucia strutbiopteris, lady fern Atbyrium filix-femina, and bracken fern Pteridium aquilinum.
Ashes of bracken fern were used to make soap because of their high potash content (Clute 1938).
But I'm taking the longer, lightly used Trail of the Sequoias/Circle Meadow Loop through groves of sequoias, fragrant with the perfumes of bear clover and sugar pine, and out into meadows where the leaves of the black oak trees will soon be yellow and orange, the bracken fern burnished by frosty nights to the color of dark gold.
Physicochemical characterisation of the ubiquitons bracken fern as useful biomaterial for preconcentracion of heavy metals.
Bracken fern is very common in wooded areas and unimproved pastures.
pseudocaudatum (Clute) Heller, Southern Bracken Fern; Tailed Bracken Fern.
Relationship of risk with the quantity of bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum) present in the pasture was not evident, neither was with the presence of cutaneous papillary disease on mammary gland, neither was association of the HEB with the grade of technology of the farms.
Bracken fern, corn lily, and yarrow grow in the marshy soils.
The effect of the bovine consumption of bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum) concomitant to the cytomegalovirus infection in these cattle is discussed.