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any of various plants of the genus Aralia

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Aralia umbraculifera, 1776-1813, Roxburgh number 1816.
The tourists are gone)," Aralia said as she is packing up her things in preparation to leave the island this weekend.
Cui et al., "Antihyperglycemic, hypolipidemic and antioxidant activities of total saponins extracted from Aralia taibaiensis in experimental type 2 diabetic rats," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
Zhao, "Protective effect of total aralosides of Aralia elata (Miq) Seem (TASAES) against diabetic cardiomyopathy in rats during the early stage, and possible mechanisms," Experimental and Molecular Medicine, vol.
Por otro lado, vale la pena recalcar que las propuestas de las obras estudiadas siguen, como es obvio, la senda de sus antecesoras; por ello, aun guardan vigencia las palabras escritas en 1996 por Aralia Lopez Gonzalez, las relativas a los problemas a los que se enfrento al estudiar libros editados en los setenta y ochenta: (2)
Left: A container of false aralia is underplanted with a living mulch of echeveria, sempervivum, and senecio.
"X" indicates species presence Species EBP OGDA Acer rubrum X Amelanchier arborea X X Aralia spinosa X X Carya glabra X Carya tomentosa X X Cercis canadensis X X Comus florida X X Corylus americana X Crataegus sp.
An Aralia elata, the lower part of an Aralia elata, wets nightly.
The Cube is being featured in the "Rooftop Workplace of Tomorrow" garden exhibit, designed by Patricia Fox and built by Giles Landscapes and Aralia Garden Design.