Crataegus monogyna

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Synonyms for Crataegus monogyna

European hawthorn having deeply cleft leaves and bright red fruits

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Common name (Scientific name) 1 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) 2 Organic 1-mixed organic flora 3 Raspberry (Rubus odoratus) 4 Rapeseed (Brassica napus) 5 Organic 2-mixed organic flora 6 Water mint (Mentha aquatica) 7 Linden (Tilia cordata) 8 Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) 9 Raw Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) 10 Bell Heather (Erica tetralix) 11 White clover (Trifolium repens) 12 Sand heather (Hudsonia tomentosa) 13 Activon Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) 14 Jakobsens Table 2: Mean zones of inhibition (mm) before (-) and after (+) treatment with the proteolytic enzyme proteinase-K on the 14 different honey samples.
Ahmed et al., "Polyphenolic composition of Crataegus monogyna Jacq.: from chemistry to medical applications," Nutrients, vol.
Fabaceae Deliblato Sand, Europe Crataegus monogyna Rosaceae Deliblato Sand, Europe jacq.
Crataegus monogyna and Crataegus laevigata are the major hawthorn species in middle Europe, Crataegus pentagyna, Crataegus nigra, and Crataegus azarolus in southern and southeastern Europe, and Crataegus pinnatifida and Crataegus scabrifolia in China [14, 15].
[18.] Bahorun T, Trotin F, Pommery J, Vasseur J, Pinkas M (1994) Antioxidant activities of Crataegus monogyna extracts.
Experts have verified the species - known as the Crataegus monogyna biflora - originated from the Middle East.
en diez de las mieles etiquetadas como "azahar", asi como de los tipos Campanula erinus, Crataegus monogyna y la forma Liguliflorae en ocho.
This species is distributed from central Europe to Caucasia occurring on wood products and hardwood trees including Norway maple (Acer platanoides L.), horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.), sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.), nettle tree (Celtis australis L.), hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna Jacq.), beech (Fagus spp.), Prunus spp., oak (Quercus spp.), lime (Tilia spp.) and elm (Ulmus spp.) (Reitter 1916; Hoffmann 1954; Folwaczny 1983; Heijerman 1993; Wanat 1999; Hellrigl 2006, Whitehead 2006).
Crataegus monogyna ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar y ddraenen wen, a 'hawthorn' neu 'may flower' yn Saesneg.
Synoptic table for communities Communities No 1 2 The number of sample 12 29 areas(releves) Size of releves ([m.sup.2]) 128-150 128 Altitude (m) 518-910 470-1044 Inclination ([degrees] 5-40 5-60 Total coverage (%) 65-95 60-90 Parent rock (limestone=l) 1 1 Characteristic species of Crataegus monogyna-Pinus brutia community Pinus brutia [V.sup.11-55] Phlomis leucophracta (End.) [IV.sup.+1-11] [III.sup.+2-12] Crataegus monogyna subsp.
Hawthorn (crataegus monogyna); scented white flowers and red berries for just pounds 4.99