Macleaya cordata

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Synonyms for Macleaya cordata

herb of China and Japan widely cultivated for its plumelike panicles of creamy white flowers

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The effect of a natural feed additive (Macleaya cordata), containing sanguinarine, on the performance and health status of weaning pigs.
Growth promotion in broilers by both oxytetracycline and Macleaya cordata extract is based on their anti-inflammatory properties.
Influence of Macleaya cordata preparation on feedlot performance and carcass characteristics of finishing bulls.
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. African Journal of Biotechnology 2012; 11 (19): 4354-4359.
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).
Gastrointestinal tract and metabolic response of broilers to diets with the Macleaya cordata alkaloid extract.
Phytochemical and antimicrobial characterization of Macleaya cordata herb.
For the back-of-the- border plants use traditional favourites like delphiniums, hollyhocks, the magnificent Plume Poppy (Macleaya cordata), the huge Seakale (Crambe cordifolia), and the graceful grasses like Stipa gigantea, the shorter pampas grasses such as Cortaderia selloana "Pumila", Indian grass (Arundo donax), as well as bamboos, and big clumps of Eupatorium purpureum.