Macleaya


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The effect of a natural feed additive (Macleaya cordata), containing sanguinarine, on the performance and health status of weaning pigs.
Liu, "Contents of 4 alkaloids in leaves of Macleaya microcarpa (maxim) Fedde and Macleaya cordata (Willd.) R.
(23.) Shan T, Sun W, Lou J, Gao S, Mou Y and Zhou L., Antibacterial activity of the endophytic fungi from medicinal herb, Macleaya cordata.
Gilia achilleaefolia Benth., Malva parviflora L., Macleaya x kewensis Turrill, and Cerasus tomentosa (Thunb.) Wall.
Macleaya Kelways Coral can reach 8ft, its handsome grey green foliage topped with pink plumes in July and August.
A cardoon and macleaya cordate add structure and height while the serene atmosphere is reflected in a lily pond hopping with frogs.
We were planting jungle-type plants like rheum, gunnera and macleaya so it must have been one of those hairy-leafed blighters.
The plume poppy Macleaya cordata is a bit of an oddity, as it looks nothing like any poppy you may have grown.
However, it is of interest that within Papaveraceae, Bocconia and Macleaya have a similar floral (wind-pollination) syndrome, with reduced penanth, long, hanging anthers, and relatively large stigma with long papillae (Fig.
Of similar size is the Plume Poppy, Macleaya cordata.
Stipas, deschampias, the superb Chinese miscanthias, the relatively dwarf pampas grass (Arundinaria pumila), and the towering Arundo donax will make your border special, as will the plume poppy (Macleaya cordata) and the giant sea kale (Crambe cordifolia).
Among the new choices to look for this fall: * Plume poppy (Macleaya cordata); all zones.
Among these, phytogenic compounds, such as isoquinoline alkaloids extracted from plants as Macleaya cordata, have shown promise as feed additives in broilers and pigs (Kantas et al., 2015).
Qin, "Cytotoxic dihydrobenzophenanthridine alkaloids from the roots of Macleaya microcarpa," Phytochemistry, vol.
et Thomas, Chelidonium majus L., Macleaya cordata (Willd.) R.Br, Macleaya microcarpa (Maxim.) Fedde, Sty-lophorum lasiocarpum (Oliv.) Fedde and some species of genus Bocconia.