Cardiac glycosides are found in a diverse group of plants including Digitalis purpurea and Digitalis lanata (Foxgloves), Nerium oleander (Common oleander), Thevetia peruviana (yellow oleander), Convallaria majalis (Lily of the valley), Urginea
maritime and Urginea
indica (Squill), Strophanthus gratus (ouabain), Apocynum cannabinum (Dogbane), and Cheiranthus cheiri (Wallflower) has resulted in cardiac glycoside poisoning.
Gupta, "Major antifungal activity from the bulbs of Indian squill Urginea
indica is a chitinase," Biotechnology Progress, vol.
In vitro regeneration of red squill Urginea
maritima (L.) baker.
Hay presencia de la siguiente vegetacion: Stipa tenacissima, Asphodelus cerasiferus, Rosmarinus officinalis, Fumana thymifolia, Urginea
maritima, Cistus clusii, Cistus albidus, Teucrium capitatum, Heliamthemun almeriense.
Roedd hi hefyd yn cyfeirio at y 'squills' ac yn nodi mai Urginea
neu nionyn y mr oedd yr enw arno.
10.305)--perhaps not wild rue (Ruta graveolens) or garlic (Allium nigrum), with which it was variously identified by the ancients, (105) but the maritime squill (Urginea
maritima), which also has a white flower and was used medicinally in Classical times.
The species of Allium, Asphodelus, Bellevalia, Ornithogalum, and Tulipa (all Liliaceae) develop their leaves and flowers simultaneously, while others, such as Scilla (Liliaceae) and Urginea
(Liliaceae) produce their leaves and flowers in different seasons.