Myrtus


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Companions of Pistacio- Rhamnetalia alaterni: Myrtus communis 2 2 .
For example, the species Myrtus communis is an indicator of S1, the genus Myrtus is an indicator of G1, and the family Myrtaceae is an indicator of F1.
Citrullus colocynthis [Figure 8] are used for dog and insect bites, while Myrtus communis is used for scorpion stings.
Composition and in vitro antifungal activity of essential oils of Erigeron canadensis and Myrtus communis from France.
11] compared the healing effects of Myrtus Communis, Zataria multiflora, Anthemis nobilis, and mixture of Zataria multiflora and Anthemis nobilis on minor RAS.
Both the ancient Greeks and Romans saw the Myrtus as sacred to their goddesses of love - Aphrodite and Venus.
Durante una estancia academica corta en el estado de Nayarit, en septiembre del 2012, se colectaron pequenas colonias de mosquitas blancas (52 'pupas') en hojas de Myrtus communis L.
Hives made of Quercus suber cork, Agave americana stumps, Arundo donax thatchs, and stems of Vitex agnus-castus, Myrtus communis and Olea europaea are traditionally used in the Northern Morocco (Ennabili, Gharnit & Elhamdouni, 2000).
Floristic survey of PFpl stand types Stand types PFpl (Pistacia lentiscus) Species Pistacia Phillyrea Chamaerops Myrtus lentiscus latifolia humilis communis Height (m) 4 3 0.
Autumn - elaeagnus x ebbingei, myrtus communis, clematis flammula.
Some point to two deeply imbedded Stuxnet file names, myrtus and guava, interpreted as a not-so-subtle allusion to the Bible's Esther story.
Tonduz 3015 Muhlenbergia tenella 1906-10-30 Oton Jimenez 50 Myriophyllum aquaticum 1941-10-18 Vitalia Saenz 52 Myrtus communis 1928-04-29 Manuel Valerio Nasturtium mexicanum 1891-08-31 H.
Mae'r enw gwyddonol Myrtus communis, yn dod o'r gair Groeg 'myrtos' a'i ystyr ydi 'perlysieuyn cariad'.
There are many competing explanations for myrtus, which could simply signify myrtle, a plant important to many cultures in the region.