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Synonyms for Xanthium

coarse herbs having small heads of greenish flowers followed by burrs with hooked bristles

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For the extraction purpose, Xanthium strumarium was collected from Farm and was kept in shade for 70 days until all the moisture was expelled and then grounded separately viz.
Eyebright, xanthium, and stinging nettle ease respiratory pain and discomfort.
Eleocharis palustris dominated with the highest importance value (I.V.) of 83.0, and mean cover of 54.33, followed by the native and weedy Xanthium strumarium with an I.V of 62.0 and a mean cover of 33.56.
Several workgroups also observed that application of gibberelic acid (GA3) could improve shoot growth of Xanthium pennsylvanium [18] Quercus robur [19] and Prunus avium [20].
Parthenium hysterophorus Xanthium strumarium Chrysanthemum coronarium Helianthus annus (sunflower) and Dahlia pimrata are considered to be the major cause of ABCD in United States5 and India.2 Scanty local data also suggest parthenium allergy to be common in Pakistani context.67 The most important allergens in P.
Hicken, Asteraceae), "abrojo grande" (Xanthium cavaniliensi Schouw, Asteraceae) y "transparente" o "siempre verde" (Mioporum laetum G.
Parachlor gel (a) (Carmellose), Carboxy methyl cellulose sodium (CMC-Na (b)) and powdered plant, (Xanthium strumaricum), a plant of patson family.
Our field observation and discussion with local people indicate that there are 15 most noxious invasive plant species in this region, namely, Ageratum conyzoides, Antigonon leptopus, Argemone mexicana, Cassia tora, Datura stramonium, Datura innoxia, Echinochloa crus-galli, Eupatorium adenophorum, Lantana camara, Lagascea mollis, Leucaena leucocephala, Mikania micrantha, Parthenium hysterophorus, Opuntia elatior, and Xanthium strumarium.
Growth responses of different aged individuals of Xanthium strumarium L.
Medical college & associated Hospital by her parents with history of swallowing of a Vegetative foreign body Xanthium Strumarium i.e.
Analgesic (pain-relieving) activity has been reported for ethanol extracts of Xanthium indicum (Mishuk et al., 2012), a plant used by the Kaviraj for treatment of abscess with accompanying pain.