Seed regeneration in a natural population of Plantago
major 'Rosularis', and it's been in our gardens for seven or eight hundred years.
They determined that grazing reduced the production of seeds but increased seedling survival in Plantago
Teaching slides of Plantago
major leaf cross sections in the Botany Department collection at Iowa State University show an exceedingly slender c.
The species of the genus Plantago
are cultivated for their various medicinal and other economic uses.
Samuelsen AB (2000) The traditional uses, chemical constituents and biological activities of Plantago
A THERE is an excellent preparation called Plantago
which can help this condition.
Gilia aurea Nutt) (Polemoniaceae), Plantago
spinulosa (Plantaginaceae), Eriophyllum wallacei Gray (Compositeae), Necacladus longiflorus, and Bromus rubens L.
The positive effects of organic manure and chemical fertilizers on seed yield and oil content are in agreement with previous reports for other medicinal plants, such as, Catharanthus roseus , Cynbopogon winterianus , Pogostemon cablin , Plantago
ovata , Ammi majus , P.
Samuelsen AB, Paulsen BS, Wold JK, Otsuka H, Yamada H, Espevik T (1995) Isolation and partial characterization of biologically active polysaccharides from Plantago
found that with increasing temperature from 5 to 15[degrees]C, seed germination of Plantago
ovata was increased and there was a declining trend afterwards .
50] = <100 [micro]g/ml) organic extracts include Anacardium occidentale, Annona reticulate, Garuga pinnata, Crateva religiosa, Cephalotaxus fortunei, Anogeissus pendula, Juniperus osteosperma, Dipterocarpus grandiflorus, Diospyros dichrophylla, Gnetum scandens, Mammea africana, Gonocaryum lobbianum, Strychnos aculeate, Melia azedarach, Mirabilis jalapa, Olax subscorpioidea, Ximenia americana, Pittosporum crassifolium, Plantago
aristata, Albizia amara, and Strychnos potatorum.
Yield and seed quality of Plantago
ovate and Nigella sativa under different irrigation treatments.
In Russia, Asia and Latin America Plantago
major (Plantaginaceae) has demonstrated antineoplastic activity against cancer of the breast, anus, stomach, eye, foot, intestine and liver, and against neuroblastoma cancer (Duke, 1985).
Paronychia argenta, Plantago
coronopus and Polygonum equisetiforme; Digestive system: Ricinus communis, Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Ficus carica and Foeniculum vulgare; Stomach: Paronychia argenta, Cichorium endivia and Lycium schweinfurthii; Inflammation: Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Malva parviflora; Tooth: Tamarix nilotica and Plantago
coronopus; Kidney stones: Urtica sp.