Daucus


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Chu Y, Zhou M, Li Q, Bao Y (1985) Antifertility effect of volatile oil from Daucus carota seeds.
Frequent to abundant spring to summer herbaceous species in Wesley Wet Area include Agrimonia parviflora, Antennaria plantaginifolia, Barbarea vulgaris, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, Daucus carota, Fragaria virginiana, Geum laciniata, Prunella vulgaris, Trifolium hybridum, and T.
The fruits of Daucus carota are schizocarps, which dehisce into two single-seeded mericarps (Lacey, 1982).
Tabela 1 - Acarofauna presente na vegetacao espontanea composta por Daucus pusillus, Leucanthenum vulgare e Trifolium pratense em vinhedos das cultivares Cabernet Sauvignon (CS), Isabel (I) e Semillon (S) em Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil.
Enhanced production and germination of somatic embryos by temporary starvation in tissue culture of Daucus carota.
2 Others: Cichorium intybus, Daucus carota, Muscari botryoides and Euphorbia cyparissias +in 1; Calamintha nepeta +.
Evans, ex Daucus carota growing beside Zea mays (probably its true host); 11-II-1988, G.
De la misma manera, forman parte de esta comunidad, un conjunto de especies de caracter halofilo o halonitrofilo frecuentes en las cinturas de vegetacion que se disponen en las partes mas expuestas de los acantilados, como Angelica pachycarpa, Armeria maritima, Asparagus aphyllus, Crithmum maritimum, Daucus carota subsp.
hispanica and Dittrichia viscosa +, Cistus salviifolius, Daucus gingidium and Narcissus tazetta 1, in 7.
BOTANY: The tall white flowers that spread horizontally across the painting appear to be a variation of the plant Queen Anne's lace, otherwise known as Daucus Carota or wild carrot.
Daucus carota (seeds) US bath, 40 kHz, Reduction time in 3 20[degrees]C, 20 min, times and increase in 1:10 (sample:water), the ration of HD by 3 h.
Daucus Carota is the Latin name for what vegetable?
The negative side: Daucus carota; Marrubium vulgare; Scolymus hispanicum; Echinops spinosus; Rumex bucephalophorus; Hordeum murinum; Tamarix africana; Chenopodium album; Alopecurus muricatus; Nerium oleander; Marrubium vulgare.
As early as the late 1800s, Wilson (1895) noted Daucus carota and Glechoma hederacea were very common, Meliolotus officinale and Saponaria officinale were common, and Vinca minor was becoming common.
Examination of mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA genetic variation in carrot, Daucus carota.