Bassia scoparia: A plant species of the family CHENOPODIACEAE. It is a source of furonaphthoquinones. The common name of burning bush is also used with the unrelated EUONYMUS sieboldianus.Scoparia: A plant genus of the family Plantaginaceae. Members contain thyrsiflorin and other scopadulane (labdane) type DITERPENES.Amaranthaceae: A family of flowering plants in the order Caryophyllales, with about 60 genera and more than 800 species of plants, with a few shrubs, trees, and vines. The leaves usually have nonindented edges.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Cyprus: An island republic in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Its capital is Nicosia. It was colonized by the Phoenicians and ancient Greeks and ruled successively by the Assyrian, Persian, Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Empires. It was under various countries from the 12th to the 20th century but became independent in 1960. The name comes from the Greek Kupros, probably representing the Sumerian kabar or gabar, copper, famous in historic times for its copper mines. The cypress tree is also named after the island. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p308 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p134)Plant Poisoning: Poisoning by the ingestion of plants or its leaves, berries, roots or stalks. The manifestations in both humans and animals vary in severity from mild to life threatening. In animals, especially domestic animals, it is usually the result of ingesting moldy or fermented forage.Salsola: A plant genus of the family CHENOPODIACEAE. The extract may be called lochein. 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Inhibition of methanol extract from the fruits of Kochia scoparia on lipopolysaccharide-induced nitric oxide, prostaglandin [correction of prostagladin] E2, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha production from murine macrophage RAW 264.7 cells. (1/1)

In an attempt to search for bioactive natural products exerting antiinflammatory activity, we have evaluated the effects of the methanol extract of the fruits of Kochia scoparia (L.) CHARD. (Chenopodiaceae) on lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced nitric oxide (NO), prostaglandin E(2) (PGE(2)), and tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha release by the macrophage cell line RAW 264.7. Our data indicate that this extract is a potent inhibitor of NO production and it also significantly decreased PGE(2) and TNF-alpha release. Consistent with these observations, the protein and mRNA expression level of inducible NO synthase (iNOS) and cyclooxygenase (COX)-2 was inhibited by MeOH extracts of Kochia scoparia (KSM) in a dose-dependent manner. Furthermore, KSM inhibited the LPS-induced DNA binding activity of nuclear factor-kappaB (NF-kappaB), which was associated with prevention of the inhibitor kappaB degradation. These results suggest that the methanol extract of K. scoparia inhibits LPS-induced iNOS and COX-2 expression by blocking NF-kappaB activation.  (+info)

*Bassia scoparia

... USDA PLANTS. Retrieved October 19, 2007. "Bassia scoparia". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). ... "Bassia scoparia". National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Bassia scoparia at Tropicos. ... Bassia scoparia (syn. Kochia scoparia) is a large annual herb in the family Amaranthaceae native to Eurasia. It has been ... The seed of Bassia scoparia is dispersed by wind and water, and it is transported when the whole plant detaches and rolls on ...

*Kochia

For Kochia scoparia, see Bassia scoparia). Two American species traditionally included in Kochia are now in genus Neokochia: ... Kochia /ˈkoʊkiə/ is a synonym of the genus Bassia, that belongs to the subfamily Camphorosmoideae of family Amaranthaceae. ( ...

*Camphorosmoideae

Bassia indica and Bassia scoparia are used as forage plants. Camphorosma monspeliaca is a traditional medicinal herb. Gudrun ... Bassia scoparia var. trichophylla is cultivated as an ornamental plant ("summer-cypress"). Bassia prostrata is increasingly ... Bassia/Camphorosma-Clade: widely distributed in Eurasia and southern Africa Bassia All., (Syn. Kochia, Londesia, Panderia, ... In Bassia/Camphorosma-Clade, the species are C4-plants, with one exception that is C3/C4-intermediate. The Camphorosmoideae are ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... bassia scoparia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.200.399 --- beta vulgaris (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388. ... scoparia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.892.855 --- scrophularia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.892. ...

*Hitachi Seaside Park

Baby blue eyes in April Tulips in April Mass planting of Bassia scoparia turning colour in Autumn. Hitachi Seaside Park hosts ...

*Bassia hyssopifolia

This species resembles kochia (Bassia scoparia), but it has longer, hairier flower spikes. It has been mistaken for Russian ... Bassia hyssopifolia. The Jepson Manual, Jepson eFlora 2012. Fivehook bassia, Bassia hyssopifolia. University of California ... Bassia hyssopifolia. California Invasive Plant Council. "Bassia hyssopifolia". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). ... Bassia hyssopifolia is a species of flowering plant in the amaranth family, Amaranthaceae, known by the common names five-horn ...

*Dicamba

... resistance in Bassia scoparia was discovered in 1994 and has not been explained by common modes of resistance such as ...

*Firebush

Euonymus alatus Hamelia patens Bassia scoparia (Mexican firebush). ...

*Fireweed (disambiguation)

Bassia scoparia, a shrub in family Amaranthaceae Apalochlamys spectabilis, a plant in the family Asteraceae, from Australia A ...

*Ragweed (disambiguation)

Ragweed can refer to: Several species in the genus Ambrosia Bassia scoparia, a shrub native to Eurasia Jacobaea vulgaris, also ...

*Chrysoesthia sexguttella

Bassia scoparia and Spinacia. They form a contorted gallery on the surface of the leaves. Pnigalio gyamiensis is a larval-pupal ...

*Amaranthaceae

... including Kali tragus and Bassia scoparia. Many species are known to cause pollen allergies. In the APG II system of 2003 ( ...

*List of invasive species in North America

Bassia scoparia (Mexican fireweed, summer cypress, mock-cypress) Berberis thunbergii (Japanese barberry, Thunberg's barberry) ...

*Cypress

Bassia scoparia), in the Amaranthaceae family The Cupressaceae family also contains 13-16 other genera (not listed above) that ...

*Bassia

... prostrate summer-cypress Bassia salsoloides (Fenzl) A.J.Scott Bassia scoparia (L.) A.J.Scott - burningbush, belvedere, kochia, ... A.J.Scott Bassia lasiantha Freitag & G.Kadereit Bassia littorea (Makino) Freitag & G.Kadereit Bassia muricata (L.) Asch. Bassia ... G.Kadereit Bassia arabica (Boiss.) Maire & Weiller Bassia dinteri (Botsch.) A.J.Scott Bassia eriophora (Schrad.) Asch. Bassia ... Bassia tianschanica (Pavlov) Freitag & G.Kadereit Bassia tomentosa (Lowe) Maire & Weiller Bassia villosissima (Bong. & C.A.Mey ...

*Scoparia

... scoparia Bassia scoparia Cryptantha scoparia Eremophila scoparia Erica scoparia Eucalyptus scoparia Jacksonia scoparia Prunus ... Scoparia may refer to: Scoparia (moth), a genus of moths Scoparia (plant), a genus of plants Artemisia ... scoparia Tagetes scoparia Richea scoparia Uma scoparia Scoparius (disambiguation). ...

*List of Caryophyllales of Montana

Russian-pigweed Bassia hyssopifolia, five-horn smotherweed Ceratoides lanata, winterfat Chenopodium album, white goosefoot ... prostrate summer-cypress Kochia scoparia, Mexican summer-cypress Monolepis nuttalliana, Nuttall's poverty-weed Salicornia rubra ...

*List of endangered plants

Bassia saxicola Portulaca samhaensis Portulaca sclerocarpa Portulaca sedifolia Species Ariocarpus agavoides, Tamaulipas living ... Armenian sea-kale Crambe laevigata Crambe microcarpa Crambe pritzelii Crambe scoparia Draba aretioides Draba extensa Erysimum ...

*List of flora of the Sonoran Desert Region by common name

Bassia hyssopifolia) fourwing saltbush (Atriplex canescens) fringed amaranth (Amaranthus fimbriatus) globe amaranth (Gomphrena ... implicata Muhlenbergia lucida Muhlenbergia quadridentata Muhlenbergia pubescens Muhlenbergia schmitzii Muhlenbergia scoparia ...
Bassia scoparia (syn. Kochia scoparia) is a large annual herb in the family Amaranthaceae native to Eurasia. It has been introduced to many parts of North America, where it is found in grassland, prairie, and desert shrub ecosystems. Its common names include burningbush, ragweed, summer cypress, mock-cypress, kochia, belvedere, Mexican firebrush, and Mexican fireweed. The seed of Bassia scoparia is dispersed by wind and water, and it is transported when the whole plant detaches and rolls on the wind as a tumbleweed. The seed does not persist in the soil seed bank, dying within about a year if it fails to germinate. The species is a C4 plant, specifically of the NADP-ME type. This plant is grown as an ornamental for its red fall foliage. It has also been useful in erosion control on denuded soils. It has been suggested as an agent of phytoremediation, because it is a hyperaccumulator of chromium, lead, mercury, selenium, silver, zinc, and uranium. Bassia scoparia contains higher levels of protein ...
Synonyms for genus Bassia in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for genus Bassia. 3 synonyms for genus Bassia: Bassia, genus Kochia, Kochia. What are synonyms for genus Bassia?
In summer, 2011, we investigated suspected glyphosate-resistant (GR) kochia in three chem-fallow fields (designated F1, F2, F3, each farmed by a different grower) in southern Alberta. This study characterizes glyphosate resistance in those populations, based on data from dose-response experiments. In a greenhouse experiment, the three populations exhibited a resistance factor ranging from 4 to 6 based on shoot biomass response (GR50 ratios), or 5 to 7 based on survival response (LD50 ratios). Similar results were found in a field dose-response experiment at Lethbridge, AB, in spring 2012 using the F2 kochia population. In fall 2011, we surveyed 46 fields within a 20-km radius of the three chem-fallow fields for GR kochia. In the greenhouse, populations were screened with glyphosate at 900 g ae ha-1. Seven populations were confirmed as GR, the farthest site located about 13 km from the three originally confirmed populations. An additional GR population more than 100 km away was later confirmed. ...
In summer, 2011, we investigated suspected glyphosate-resistant (GR) kochia in three chem-fallow fields (designated F1, F2, F3, each farmed by a different grower) in southern Alberta. This study characterizes glyphosate resistance in those populations, based on data from dose-response experiments. In a greenhouse experiment, the three populations exhibited a resistance factor ranging from 4 to 6 based on shoot biomass response (GR50 ratios), or 5 to 7 based on survival response (LD50 ratios). Similar results were found in a field dose-response experiment at Lethbridge, AB, in spring 2012 using the F2 kochia population. In fall 2011, we surveyed 46 fields within a 20-km radius of the three chem-fallow fields for GR kochia. In the greenhouse, populations were screened with glyphosate at 900 g ae ha-1. Seven populations were confirmed as GR, the farthest site located about 13 km from the three originally confirmed populations. An additional GR population more than 100 km away was later confirmed. ...
In summer, 2011, we investigated suspected glyphosate-resistant (GR) kochia in three chem-fallow fields (designated F1, F2, F3, each farmed by a different grower) in southern Alberta. This study characterizes glyphosate resistance in those populations, based on data from dose-response experiments. In a greenhouse experiment, the three populations exhibited a resistance factor ranging from 4 to 6 based on shoot biomass response (GR50 ratios), or 5 to 7 based on survival response (LD50 ratios). Similar results were found in a field dose-response experiment at Lethbridge, AB, in spring 2012 using the F2 kochia population. In fall 2011, we surveyed 46 fields within a 20-km radius of the three chem-fallow fields for GR kochia. In the greenhouse, populations were screened with glyphosate at 900 g ae ha-1. Seven populations were confirmed as GR, the farthest site located about 13 km from the three originally confirmed populations. An additional GR population more than 100 km away was later confirmed. ...
In summer, 2011, we investigated suspected glyphosate-resistant (GR) kochia in three chem-fallow fields (designated F1, F2, F3, each farmed by a different grower) in southern Alberta. This study characterizes glyphosate resistance in those populations, based on data from dose-response experiments. In a greenhouse experiment, the three populations exhibited a resistance factor ranging from 4 to 6 based on shoot biomass response (GR50 ratios), or 5 to 7 based on survival response (LD50 ratios). Similar results were found in a field dose-response experiment at Lethbridge, AB, in spring 2012 using the F2 kochia population. In fall 2011, we surveyed 46 fields within a 20-km radius of the three chem-fallow fields for GR kochia. In the greenhouse, populations were screened with glyphosate at 900 g ae ha-1. Seven populations were confirmed as GR, the farthest site located about 13 km from the three originally confirmed populations. An additional GR population more than 100 km away was later confirmed. ...
Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Species Bassia hyssopifolia (Pall.) Kuntz Click on names to expand them, and on P for PLANTS profiles ...
A. Riasi, M. Danesh Mesgaran and M.J. Zamiri (Journal of Animal Science Researches . 20.4(1): 1-16) Abstract (The full text in Persian language)A. Riasi, M. Danesh Mesgaran and M.J. Zamiri (Journal of Animal Science Researches . 20.4(1): 1-16) Abstract (The full text in Persian language) The effect of Kochia scoparia and Atriplex dimorphostegia on some serum electrolytes, metabolites, thyroids hormones and intracellular enzymes and urine parameters of Baloochi ewes was determined. The ewes were randomly allocated to three dietary treatments [T1: kochia + alfalfa (1:1), T2: atriplex + alfalfa (1:1), and T3: alfalfa] in a Latin Square experiment in three 28 days periods. During the last 3 days of each period, samples of blood serum and urine were collected. The effect of treatments on blood serum glucose and urea N was significant (P
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Kochia (Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad) is a troublesome and highly competitive weed in many cropping systems in the Great Plains region. It has traditionally been controlled using postemergence (POST) applications of glyphosate, however control is becoming inconsistent. Use of preemergence (PRE) herbicides may help to control kochia. Objectives of this research were to (1) Evaluate the efficacy of selected PRE herbicides in combination with POST applied glyphosate for controlling kochia in soybeans, (2) evaluate a kochia population (Norton) response to various rates of glyphosate compared to previously characterized highly susceptible (Syracuse) and moderately resistant (Ingalls) kochia populations, and (3) quantify the effects of herbicide rate, planting depth, soil pH, and soil type on corn, soybean, and grain sorghum tolerance to saflufenacil. Field studies showed that glyphosate applied alone did not always provide adequate season-long kochia control. In general, PRE herbicide treatments ...
Jacksonia scoparia part of the Fabaceae family with Yellow flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
Chenopodiaceae Bassia All. -- M?langes de Philosophie et de Math?matique de la Soci?t? Royale de Turin pour les Ann?es 1762-1765 <RO> 1766 (APNI) ...
Six new diterpenoids, 4-epi-7α-O-acetylscoparic acid A (1), 7α-hydroxyscopadiol (2), 7α-O-acetyl-8,17β-epoxyscoparic acid A (3), neo-dulcinol (4), dulcinodal-13-one (5), and 4-epi-7α-hydroxydulcinodal-13-one (6), and a new flavonoid, dillenetin 3-O-(6″-O-p-coumaroyl)-β-d-glucopyranoside (10), along with 12 known compounds, were isolated from the aerial parts of Scoparia dulcis. The 7S absolute con ...
Dyer, W.E., G.A. Goss, and P. Buck. 2002. Gravitropic responses of auxinic herbicide-resistant Kochia scoparia. Weed Sci. Am. Abstr. 42:171. Dyer, W.E., G.A. Goss, and P. Buck. 2002. Auxin-mediated responses in dicamba-resistant Kochia scoparia. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 55:58. Bahieldin, A., R. Qu, W. Dyer, A.S. Haider, and M.A. Madkour. 2002. Modified procedure for rapid recovery of transgenic wheat plants. Pgs 395-398 in Ryan, J. (ed.). Desert and Dryland Development: Challenges and Potential in the New Millennium. Proc. Sixth Intl. Conf. Devel. Dry Lands, 22 -27 August, 1999, Cairo, Egypt. ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria. 655 pp. Dyer, W.E. 2003. An auxin-binding protein (ABP) mutation in dicamba-resistant Kochia scoparia. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 56: 149. Dyer, W.E. and T.M. Sterling. 2003. Selection and compressed evolution in agroecosystems. Pg 26 in Abstracts, Invasive Plants in Natural and Managed Systems: Linking Science and Management + 7th International Conference on the Ecology and ...
Bacher S., Blackburn T. M., Essl F., Jeschke J. M., Genovesi P., Heikkilä J., Jones G., Keller R., Kenis M., Kueffer C., Martinou A. F., Nentwig W., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Rabitsch W., Richardson D. M., Roy H. E., Saul W.-C., Scalera R., Vilà M., Wilson J. R 2018: Socio-economic impact classification of alien taxa (SEICAT). Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9, 159 - ...
Russian thistle (Salsola tragus) and kochia (Kochia scoparia) are common annual broadleaf weeds that become tumbleweeds in the fall.
Wainio, E.A. (1909) Lichenes in viciniis stationis hibernae expeditionis Vegae prope pagum Pitlekai in Sibiria septentrionali a Dre. E. Almquist collecti. Praefationem scripsit F. Alquist. Arkiv för Botanik\Ark. Bot. 8, Nr. 4: 11-175. (Mattick Rec.# 30474 - Literature on Lichens) ...
Aim Using the heather Erica scoparia s.l. as a model, this paper aims to test theoretical predictions that island populations are genetically less diverse than continental ones and to determine the ...
Aim Using the heather Erica scoparia s.l. as a model, this paper aims to test theoretical predictions that island populations are genetically less diverse than continental ones and to determine the ...
I. biflora produces oleic, linolenic or conjugated polythenoid acid, anthocyanins, seeds contain linoleic acid; Kotia scoparia produces seeds rich in linolenic acid.
Currently observed expansion of salt-affected areas provokes profound concern by loss of the land productivity. Actually the future of agricultural production will depend on capability to grow plants in saline environment with low quality lands and mineralized water. Salt-tolerant plants like Salsola sclerantha, Climacoptera lanata, Climacoptera brachiata, Suaeda paradoxa, Kochia scoparia, alfalfa, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Atriplex nitens were cultivated in farmer plots with hot slightly mineralized irrigation water from artesian well and sandy low fertile soils with medium sulphate-chloride type of salinity in Central Kyzylkum. Growth and development of the plants were observed. It was shown that it is possible to get high yield of halophytic biomass using hot mineralized water and low-fertile soils. Green biomass yield was about 18.95 t/ha for Salsola sclerantha ; 23.10 t/ha - Climacoptera lanata, 25.45 t/ha - Suaeda paradoxa, 44.10 t/ha - Kochia scoparia, 13.84 t/ha - Glycyrrhiza glabra, and 42.05 ...
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nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex scoparia Schkuhr ex Willd. var. muskingumensis (Schwein.) Tuck. Enum. Meth. Caric. 8. 1843 same citation as:Cyperaceae Carex muskingumensis Schwein. Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York i. (1824) 66. nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex scoparia Schkuhr ex Willd. var. muskingumensis (Schwein.) Tuck. Enum. Meth. Caric. 8. 1843 nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Thysanocarex muskingensis Fedde Justs Bot. Jahresber. 41(2): 12. 1918 nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Thysanocarex muskingensis (Schwein.) Fedde nomenclatural synonym:Cyperaceae Carex arida Schwein. & Torr. Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York 1: 312. 1825 [1826] Id: 46700-2 Version: 1.3 View Record history. View this record in TCS-RDF format. ...
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OBJECTIVES: Artemisia scoparia Waldst. et Kit. (AS) has been used to treat inflammation, urticaria and hepatitis. However, the scientific studies of AS and its active compound for inflammatory reactions in activated human mast cell line, HMC-1 cells have not yet been elucidated. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Here, we isolated 3,5-dicaffeoyl-epi-quinic acid (DEQA) from AS butanol fraction. The anti-inflammatory effect of AS and its new active compound, DEQA was examined in HMC-1 cells by studying the following markers: phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate and calcium ionophore A23187 (PMACI)-induced thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP), tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-α, interleukin (IL)-1β and IL-6 secretion and mRNA expression by ELISA and RT-PCR, respectively ...

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Bassia scoparia. USDA PLANTS. Retrieved October 19, 2007. "Bassia scoparia". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). ... "Bassia scoparia". National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Bassia scoparia at Tropicos. ... Bassia scoparia (syn. Kochia scoparia) is a large annual herb in the family Amaranthaceae native to Eurasia. It has been ... The seed of Bassia scoparia is dispersed by wind and water, and it is transported when the whole plant detaches and rolls on ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bassia_scoparia

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Kochia scoparia L. [Bassia scoparia], Lolium rigidum Gaud., Sisymbrium orientale Torn., Scirpus juncoides Roxb. var. ohwianus T ... Bassia scoparia] and Lactuca serriola L. are shown. In the seeds of ALS inhibition herbicide-resistant Kochia scoparia L., ... content in the seeds of ALS inhibition herbicide-resistant biotypes are also discussed and the data from Kochia scoparia L. [ ...
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vPlants - Bassia scopariavPlants - Bassia scoparia

Kochia scoparia var. culta Farw., Kochia scoparia var. pubescens Fenzl, Kochia scoparia var. subvillosa Moq., Kochia scoparia ... Look for this species under Bassia scoparia in older texts. According to Kearney and Peebles, Kochia scoparia is differentiated ... Bassia sieversiana (Pallas) W.A. Weber, more, Kochia alata Bates, Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad., ... Another similar species, Bassia hyssopifolia, is also an annual but is hairier than K. scoparia and has hooked spines on its ...
more infohttp://vplants.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxon=37&cl=VPlants

Great Plains Herbaria - Bassia scopariaGreat Plains Herbaria - Bassia scoparia

Kochia scoparia var. culta Farw., Kochia scoparia var. pubescens Fenzl, Kochia scoparia var. subvillosa Moq., Kochia scoparia ... Bassia scoparia (L.) A. J. Scott (redirected from: Kochia scoparia var. trichophila (Stapf) Bailey) ... Look for this species under Bassia scoparia in older texts. According to Kearney and Peebles, Kochia scoparia is differentiated ... Bassia sieversiana (Pallas) W.A. Weber, more, Kochia alata Bates, Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad., ...
more infohttp://ngpherbaria.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxauthid=1&taxon=10234&clid=3411

Great Plains Herbaria - Bassia scopariaGreat Plains Herbaria - Bassia scoparia

Kochia scoparia var. culta Farw., Kochia scoparia var. pubescens Fenzl, Kochia scoparia var. subvillosa Moq., Kochia scoparia ... Bassia scoparia (L.) A. J. Scott (redirected from: Kochia scoparia var. culta Farw.) ... Look for this species under Bassia scoparia in older texts. According to Kearney and Peebles, Kochia scoparia is differentiated ... Bassia sieversiana (Pallas) W.A. Weber, more, Kochia alata Bates, Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad., ...
more infohttp://ngpherbaria.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxauthid=1&taxon=10231&clid=3411

Kochia - WikipediaKochia - Wikipedia

For Kochia scoparia, see Bassia scoparia). Two American species traditionally included in Kochia are now in genus Neokochia: ... Kochia /ˈkoʊkiə/ is a synonym of the genus Bassia, that belongs to the subfamily Camphorosmoideae of family Amaranthaceae. ( ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kochia

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Salt- and osmotic stress-induced choline monooxygenase expression in Kochia scoparia is ABA-independent. ... scoparia cells in response to the same salt stress. Treatment with exogenous abscisic acid (ABA) or fluridone shows that CMO ... an effective osmoprotectant in Kochia scoparia, a highly drought- and salt-tolerant species. In seedlings, CMO transcript ...
more infohttps://www.sussex.ac.uk/affiliates/halophytes/index.php?content=referencedetail&id=8254

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Kochia scoparia var. trichophylla (Grass Burning Bush) 20 Rare fresh seeds. Bassia scoparia) var. trichophylla - withfull ... Kochia scoparia (syn. Grass-like shrub that forms astrikingly beautiful, bright pinkish-red showy clump during autumn. Plant ...
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BASSIA SCOPARIA FRUIT. HYALURONATE SODIUM. MACADAMIA SEED OIL GLYCERETH-8 ESTERS. POLYGLYCERYL-3 DIOLEATE. ... Purified Water, Butylene Glycol, Squalene, White Clay (terra alba), Urea, Kochia Scoparia Fruit Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, ...
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Bassia scoparia. Summer Cypress, Burningbush. Chenopodiaceae. Chenopodium scoparia. Kochia scoparia. (L.)Schrad. K. trichophila ...
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Bassia scoparia. Summer Cypress, Burningbush. Chenopodiaceae. Chenopodium scoparia. Kochia scoparia. (L.)Schrad. K. trichophila ...
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Bassia scoparia - Mexican-Fireweed. Common, Non-native, source: National Park Checklist April 2018 ...
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WESTERN WEED MIX (ambrosia acanthicarpa pollen, ambrosia psilostachya pollen, artemisia tridentata pollen, bassia scoparia ...
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BASSIA SCOPARIA POLLEN (UNII: 07A108ZKW5) (BASSIA SCOPARIA POLLEN - UNII:07A108ZKW5) BASSIA SCOPARIA POLLEN. 10000 [PNU] in 1 ... WESTERN WEED MIX- ambrosia acanthicarpa pollen, ambrosia psilostachya pollen, artemisia tridentata pollen, bassia scoparia ... ambrosia acanthicarpa pollen, ambrosia psilostachya pollen, artemisia tridentata pollen, bassia scoparia pollen, salsola kali ...
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1 Kill Kochia (Bassia Scoparia). *2 Kill Weeds in Liriope. *3 Fertilome Weed Out Mixing Instructions ...
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Phytoremediation of soils polluted with crude petroleum oil using Bassia scoparia and its associated rhizosphere microorganisms ... this is the first time that a strain of Eutypella scoparia has been isolated from a polluted soil. Previous researches reported ...
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Crop Sciences - Research Output
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A kochia (Kochia scoparia) biotype resistant to triazine and ALS-inhibiting herbicides. Foes, M. J., Liu, L., Vigue, G., ...
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Bassia scoparia. Kochia scoparia. Mexican burningbush. Mexican fireweed. fireweed. kochia. mock cypress. summer cypress. L48 (I ...
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In autumn, Hitachi Seaside Park is equally beautiful with colorful bushes of herbs (Bassia scoparia) and pampas grass. ...
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Journal: Weed research / Publication Year: 2018 / Source: 2018 v.58 no.3 - PubAg Search ResultsJournal: Weed research / Publication Year: 2018 / Source: 2018 v.58 no.3 - PubAg Search Results

Bassia scoparia; buried seeds; glyphosate; herbicide resistance; leaves; longevity; seed germination; seedlings; viability; ... scoparia from western Canada and mid‐western United States (USA) differ from their susceptible counterparts in seed germination ... 6. Seedbank persistence, germination and early growth of glyphosate‐resistant Kochia scoparia ... This study describes the seedbank persistence of glyphosate‐resistant (GR) Kochia scoparia at two sites in western Canada and ...
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Journal: Weed science / Publication Year: 2018 / Source: 2018 v.66 no.1 - PubAg Search ResultsJournal: Weed science / Publication Year: 2018 / Source: 2018 v.66 no.1 - PubAg Search Results

Bassia scoparia; biotypes; evolution; field experimentation; germination; growers; heat sums; herbicide resistance; herbicides ... 5. Emergence Dynamics of Kochia (Kochia scoparia) Populations from the U.S. Great Plains: A Multi-Site-Year Study ...
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Bassia scoparia. *Chenopodium scoparia. *Common Kochia. *ImmunoCAP w17. *Kochia scoparia. ×. Hotline History. ...
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Pinillos: 0063 Bassia scoparia subsp. culta. Pinitos,: 0063 Bassia scoparia subsp. culta. Relojillos: 0098 Erodium malacoides. ...
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  • Bassia scoparia contains higher levels of protein and oxalate than most grasses and fodder plants, thus it also serves as a good forage crop for livestock. (wikipedia.org)
  • The rapid induction seen in whole plants was in contrast to the apparent down-regulation observed in suspension-cultured K. scoparia cells in response to the same salt stress. (sussex.ac.uk)
  • The seed of Bassia scoparia is dispersed by wind and water, and it is transported when the whole plant detaches and rolls on the wind as a tumbleweed. (wikipedia.org)