Caprifoliaceae: A plant family of the order Dipsacales, subclass Asteridae, class Magnoliopsida.Adoxaceae: A plant family of the order Dipsacales, subclass Asteridae, class Magnoliopsida. Members of this family are sometimes classified in CAPRIFOLIACEAE.Viburnum: A plant genus in the family CAPRIFOLIACEAE. The common name derives from its traditional use for menstrual cramps. It is a source of viburnine, valerianic acid, vibsanin, and ursolic acid. Note that true cranberry is VACCINIUM MACROCARPON.Lonicera: A plant genus of the family CAPRIFOLIACEAE. Members contain iridoid glucosides.Symphoricarpos: A plant genus of the family CAPRIFOLIACEAE. The common name of "snowberry" is also used for GAULTHERIA.Copyright: It is a form of protection provided by law. In the United States this protection is granted to authors of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. 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Phylogeny of Valerianaceae based on matK and ITS markers, with reference to matK individual polymorphism. (1/6)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The monophyly of Valerianaceae and the precise delimitation of the family are not totally resolved. Our knowledge on the phylogeny of the group is only partial: on a morphological basis, some contradicting taxonomic proposals have been published, which demonstrates the difficulties in establishing a natural classification of the family and especially in proposing a relevant treatment of the large genus Valeriana. The aims of this study are to contribute to the phylogeny and generic delineation of the Valerianaceae on the basis of molecular data. METHODS: A cladistic analysis of the sequences of one plastid (matK) and one nuclear (ITS) molecular marker was carried out, both individually and in combination. KEY RESULTS: The results of the analyses of both regions confirm that the family is monophyletic, with the exclusion of Triplostegia. The tribe Patrinieae is monophyletic, and the tribe Valerianeae is also a natural group. Two of the subtribes of Valerianeae, Fediinae and Centranthinae, are also monophyletic, with the exclusion of the genus Plectritis from Fediinae. The subtribe Valerianinae, on the other hand, is paraphyletic. CONCLUSIONS: Our results confirm, for the first time on a molecular basis, the suggested paraphyly of Valeriana in its present circumscription, with profound nomenclatural and taxonomic implications. The correlation between molecular phylogeny and biogeography is close. In the course of the plastid DNA sequencing, a polymorphism concerning the matK gene was found, a fact that should be carefully evaluated in phylogenetic analyses.  (+info)

Inhibitory effect of coumarins from Weigela subsessilis on low density lipoprotein oxidation. (2/6)

Oxidation of low density lipoprotein (LDL) is thought to be a major factor in the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis. In the present study, we found that coumarins isolated from Weigela subsessilis (Caprifoliaceae) inhibited LDL oxidation mediated by either catalytic copper ions (Cu2+) or free radicals generated with the azo compound 2,2'-azobis-(2-amidinopropane)dihydrochloride (AAPH). Of the coumarins tested, scopoletin (1) and cleomiscosin A (2) increased the lag time of conjugated diene formation and inhibited the generation of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) in a dose-dependent manner. In addition, it was found that compounds 1 and 2 had the capacity to protect the fragmentation of apolipoprotein B-100 (apoB-100). These results suggest that W. subsessilis and its active coumarins, 1 and 2, may have a role to play in preventing the LDL oxidation involved in atherogenesis.  (+info)

Duplications and expression of DIVARICATA-like genes in dipsacales. (3/6)

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Evolution of fruit and seed characters in the Diervilla and Lonicera clades (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacales). (4/6)

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Diversification of CYCLOIDEA expression in the evolution of bilateral flower symmetry in Caprifoliaceae and Lonicera (Dipsacales). (5/6)

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The inhibitory effects of Nardostachys jatamansi on alcoholic chronic pancreatitis. (6/6)

Nardostachys jatamansi (NJ) belonging to the Valerianaceae family has been used as a remedy for gastrointestinal inflammatory diseases for decades. However, the potential for NJ to ameliorate alcoholic chronic pancreatitis (ACP) is unknown. The aim of this study was to examine the inhibitory effects of NJ on ACP. C57black/6 mice received ethanol injections intraperitoneally for 3 weeks against a background of cerulein-induced acute pancreatitis. During ACP, NJ was ad libitum administrated orally with water. After 3 weeks of treatment, the pancreas was harvested for histological examination. NJ treatment increased the pancreatic acinar cell survival (confirmed by amylase level testing) and reduced collagen deposition and pancreatic stellate cell (PSC) activation. In addition, NJ treatment reduced the activation but not death of PSC. In conclusion, our results suggest that NJ attenuated ACP through the inhibition of PSC activation.  (+info)

*Caprifoliaceae

ISBN 3-8290-1953-X Caprifoliaceae in Topwalks Species account : Caprifoliaceae Comparison Table for the Cornidae. ... The Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family are a clade of dicotyledonous flowering plants consisting of about 860 species in 42 ... Several other families of the more broadly treated Caprifoliaceae s.l. are separated by some but not all authors; these are ... Views of the family-level classification of the traditionally accepted Caprifoliaceae and other plants in the botanical order ...

*The Structure and Biology of Arctic Flowering Plants

Caprifoliaceae. Linnaea borealis L., p. 151-164. Mathiesen, F.J. (1916) 11. Primulaceae, p. 165-220. Warming, E. (1920) 13. ...

*Tiantai Mountain

Caprifoliaceae)". Genetica. 128 (1-3): 409-417. doi:10.1007/s10709-006-7542-x. PMID 17028968. Yang, Lihui; An, Deming; Jessica ...

*Symphoricarpos microphyllus

Caprifoliaceae. In: D. L. Nash (ed.), Flora of Guatemala - Part X, Number 4. Fieldiana, Bot. 24(11/4): 275-296 Nelson, C. H. ... A new species, Symphoricarpos guatemalensis (Caprifoliaceae), from Guatemala with a key to the Mexican and Guatemalan species. ...

*Palani Hills Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park

Volume II ISBN 81-900539-5-7: Gamopetalae: 1. Caprifoliaceae. 2. Labiatae. III. Monochlamvdeae: 1. Plantaginaceae. 2. ...

*Heptacodium

... miconioides, commonly known as the Seven Sons plant, is a member of the Caprifoliaceae family, a cousin of the ... Caprifoliaceae)". Genetica. 128 (1-3): 409-417. doi:10.1007/s10709-006-7542-x. PMID 17028968. "National key protected wild ... Airy Shaw, H. K. (1952). A second species of the genus Heptacodium Rehd.(Caprifoliaceae). Kew Bulletin 1952, Number 2, pages ...

*Olaf Hagerup

Caprifoliaceae. Linnaea borealis L. Meddelelser om Grønland 37: 151-164. Hagerup, O. (1922) Om Empetrum nigrum L. En ...

*APG IV system

prop.) Caprifoliaceae Juss., nom. cons. Apiales Nakai Pennantiaceae J.Agardh Torricelliaceae Hu Griseliniaceae Takht., nom. ...

*APG III system

Caprifoliaceae Juss. (including Diervillaceae Pyck, Dipsacaceae Juss., Linnaeaceae Backlund, Morinaceae Raf., Valerianaceae ...

*Acanthocalyx

... is a genus of about three species of plants in the family Caprifoliaceae, sometimes included in Morinaceae, native ...

*Sambucus javanica

"Sambucus javanica (CAPRIFOLIACEAE)". Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases. Retrieved 10 May 2011. ...

*Reveal system

Caprifoliaceae family 5. Valerianaceae family 6. Dipsacaceae family 7. Morinaceae subclass 6. Lamiidae superorder 1. ...

*List of inedible fruits

Caprifoliaceae) Soapberry, Sapindus spp. (Sapindaceae) Sponge gourd, Luffa aegyptiaca (Cucurbitaceae) Strychnine tree, ... Abacá, Musa textilis (Musaceae) Alemow, Citrus macrophylla (Rutaceae} Alpine honeysuckle, Lonicera alpigena (Caprifoliaceae) ...

*List of culinary fruits

Caprifoliaceae) Elephant apple (Dillenia indica; Dilleniaceae or Limonia acidissima; Rutaceae) Emblica, see Indian gooseberry ... Caprifoliaceae) Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense; Solanaceae) Native currant (Acrotriche depressa; Ericaceae) Native gooseberry ( ...

*Centranthus

It is in the Caprifoliaceae family. There are about twelve species in the genus. Some Centranthus are known as introduced ...

*Diervilla lonicera

Evolution of fruit and seed characters in the Diervilla and Lonicera clades (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacales). Annals of Bot. 104: ... Floral Biology of Diervilla lonicera (Caprifoliaceae). Torrey Bot. Soc. 104(3): 234-240. United States Department of ...

*Triosteum

... , commonly known as horse-gentian or, less commonly, feverwort, is a genus of flowering plants in the Caprifoliaceae ... Caprifoliaceae)" (PDF). Harvard Papers in Botany. 5 (1): 157-166. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) "Triosteum ... Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacales)", Annals of Botany, 104 (2): 253-276, doi:10.1093/aob/mcp131, PMC 2710890 , PMID 19502353 Gould, K ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... caprifoliaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.180.388 --- lonicera (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.180 ...

*Viburnum

It was previously included in the family Caprifoliaceae. The member species are native throughout the temperate Northern ...

*Knautia

... is a genus in the family Caprifoliaceae. The common names of these flowers are a variant of "widow flower." Others are ...

*Dipsacaceae

The species are currently placed in the family Caprifoliaceae. Native to most temperate climates, they are found in Europe, ...

*Linnaea amabilis

Christenhusz, Maarten J.M. (2013). "Twins are not alone: a recircumscription of Linnaea (Caprifoliaceae)". Phytotaxa. 125 (1): ... as with all Caprifoliaceae, and form showy, numerous sprays along ripened wood. Its leaves are opposite, simple, and ovate, ... is a species of flowering plant in the family Caprifoliaceae. It is a deciduous shrub grown as an ornamental plant. In China, ...

*Viburnum nudum

It was formerly part of Caprifoliaceae, the honeysuckle family). One variety of the species is Viburnum nudum var. cassinoides ...

*Nardostachys

... is a genus in the honeysuckle family, Caprifoliaceae. Species include: Nardostachys jatamansi "Nardostachys", The ...

*Linnaea chinensis

Christenhusz, Maarten J.M. (2013). "Twins are not alone: a recircumscription of Linnaea (Caprifoliaceae)". Phytotaxa. pp. 25-32 ... is a species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae. It was described by Robert Brown in 1818, and ...
The Dipsacales are an order of flowering plants, included within the asterid group of dicotyledons. In the APG III system of 2009, the order includes only two families, Adoxaceae and a broadly defined Caprifoliaceae. Some well-known members of the Dipsacales order are honeysuckle, elder, viburnum, and valerian. Under the Cronquist system, the order included Adoxaceae, Caprifoliaceae sensu stricto, Dipsacaceae, and Valerianaceae. Under the 2003 APG II system, the circumscription of the order was much the same but the system allowed either a broadly circumscribed Caprifoliaceae including the families Diervillaceae, Dipsacaceae, Linnaeaceae, Morinaceae, and Valerianaceae, or these families being kept separate. The APG III system only uses the broadly circumscribed Caprifoliceae. The Dipsacales appear to be most closely related to the Paracryphiales. Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009). "An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG ...
APG II, 2003. An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG II. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 141(4): 399-436.. Delprete, P. Caprifoliaceae in Smith, N., Mori, S.A., Henderson, A., Stevenson, D. & Heald, S.V. 2004. Flowering plants of the Neotropics. NYBG, Princeton Univ. Press.. Souza, V.C. & Lorenzi, H. 2005. Bot nica Sistem tica: guia ilustrativo para identifica o das fam lias de Angiospermas da flora brasileira, baseado em APG II. Nova Odessa, Brazil: Instituto Plantarum.. ...
Minuet weigela (Weigela florida Minuet), a spring-flowering shrub, forms an arching shape and has elegant bell-like flowers. Pruning helps keep the shrub healthy and full of flowers ...
Shrubs or woody climbers, rarely small trees or herbs. Leaves opposite, rarely whorled, simple or pinnatifid, conduplicate or involute in vernation; interpetiolar stipules absent or rarely well developed. Inflorescence thyrsoid, axillary or terminal, compact or lax, cymes 1-, 2-, or 3-flowered; paired flowers sometimes with ovaries ± fused. Cymes with a pair of bracts and 2 pairs of bracteoles, located at base of ovaries, ± fused, occasionally accrescent in fruit, rarely absent. Flowers bisexual, actinomorphic or zygomorphic. Calyx 4- or 5-lobed. Corolla epigynous, gamopetalous; lobes 4 or 5, spreading, sometimes bilabiate, aestivation imbricate. Stamens (4 or)5, didynamous, alternating with corolla lobes, sometimes exserted; anthers free, 2-celled, opening by longitudinal slits, introrse. Ovary inferior, carpels 2-8, fused; placenta axile; ovules 1 to many per locule, some of which can be abortive, pendulous; style solitary; stigmas capitate or lobed. Fruit a berry, a drupe with 2-5 pyrenes, ...
Flower: calyx tube fused to ovary, limb generally 5-lobed; corolla radial or bilateral, rotate to cylindric, generally 5-lobed; stamens generally 5, epipetalous, alternate corolla lobes; ovary inferior, 1 5-chambered, style ...
Description: Shrub or small tree with fissured bark and many straight branches growing up to 30 ft. Leaves are dull green, toothed and pungent. In midsummer flowering stems are red and bear broad flat-topped heads of small white fragrant flowers followed by edible black berries.. Uses: Use leaves, flowers and fruits, fresh or dried. Roots and bark may be gathered and used as needed. Leaves are insect repellant and provide a soothing ointment for skin complaints. Flowers make a calming tea, soothe the eyes and add sweet fragrance to drinks and dishes. Fruits are used to treat throat infections, coughs and colds and to induce sweating. Bark is a laxative, root is used to treat kidney ailments. Berries also produce a blue-purple dye.. Infusion: Used to prepare more delicate parts of plants. 3 cups of water to 1 ounce dry herb or 1?. ...
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Skipper wings are usually well-rounded with more or less sharply-tipped forewings. There are some with prominent hindwing tails, and others have more angled wings; the skippers basic wing shape varies not much by comparison to Papilionoidea however. Most have a fairly drab coloration of browns and greys; some are more boldly black-and-white. Yellow, red and blue hues are less often found, but some largely brown species are quite rich-colored too. Green colors and metallic iridescence are generally absent. Sexual dichromatism is present in some; males may have a blackish streak or patch of scent scales on their forewings.. Many species of skippers look frustratingly alike. For example, some species in the genera Amblyscirtes, Erynnis (duskywings) and Hesperia (branded skippers) cannot currently be distinguished in the field even by experts. The only reliable method of telling them apart involves dissection and microscopic examination of the genitalia, which have characteristic structures that ...
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Gilbert Durandal (ギルバート・デュランダル, Girubāto Dyurandaru) is the chairman of the PLANT Supreme Council and a member of the moderate political faction.[17] Durandal is a man of science and medicine rather than politics, with the stated agenda of ending all conflicts between humans, especially the chasm between the Naturals and the Coordinators, i.e. the Earth and PLANT. Before he was Chairman of PLANT, Durandal was a brilliant young physician specializing in genetics and advanced biomedical techniques. He also was a friend of Rau Le Creuset, who was also his patient. Raus inability to understand the purpose of his existence helped Durandal form his opinions about a perfect world society. Durandal also had a relationship with later Minerva Captain Talia Gladys but she left him because she wanted a child.. After Lord Djibrils death, Durandal proposes his "Destiny Plan", which is immediately opposed by the Atlantic Federation, the Kingdom of Scandinavia, and Orb. The ...
Både på Hovedøya i Oslo, og her på Jeløya er det flere flotte leddvedbusker, og den burde helt klart markedføres i hagesentrene, slik aom de slyngene medlemmene av kaprifolfamilien. ...
Consignments are taking approximately three weeks to dispatch - this is because I have no staff and am only on the nursery part time (I still have a day job) Please be patient - Im going as fast as I can ...
Nardostachys Jatamansi is an Indian Ayurvedic Herb belongs to Valerianaceae family. It has been traditionally used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine as a neuroprotective agent for the treatment of hysteria, epilepsy, insomnia, and convulsions. The side effects include Loose stools, Cramps and Frequent urination.
anything important, except that Tolypocladium inflatum single-handedly made organ transplants possible. Since 1984 we have known that this fungus is what produces Cyclosporine, a drug that suppresses the immune system so that tissues (transplants) do not get rejected. Yes indeed, the fungus found in the woods by a field mycology class turned out to be the telomorph (sexually producing stage) and the producer of Cyclosporine. Now the puzzle is complete, the known Tolypocladium inlfatum, known producer of Cyclosporine, has actually got a sexual state that can be found in the woods. Although it has only been spotted a few times, there is indeed a sexually producing state. If you would like to learn more about Kathie Hodge and the discovery of Cordyceps subsessilis in upper New York, click here!. To continue learning about this fascinating fungus click here to go to the classification of Cordyceps subsessilis. Multipleorganisms.net is a project done by students in the Biology 203 class at the ...
Valerianaceae: Valerianaceae, the valerian family of the teasel order (Dipsacales), containing about 10 genera and more than 400 species of annual and perennial herbs, a few outstanding as ornamentals, salad or pot herbs, and as sources of medicines and perfumes. Greek valerian refers to Jacobs ladder
Small or medium sized shrubs, erect or sometimes scandent, usually with soft wood and broad pith. Leaves opposite, simple, entire, exstipulate (stipulate in V. opulus). Flowers hermaphrodite, usually in cymes or panicles. Calyx adnate to the ovary, usually 5-fid or toothed. Corolla gamopetalous, tubular, rotate, salverform or 2-lipped, regular or irregular. Stamens inserted on corolla tube, alternating with lobes; anthers free. Ovary inferior, 2-54ocular; style terminal, usually simple, long and slender (short and divided in Viburnum); stigma capitate or lobed. Fruit a drupe or berry-like or capsular ...
Looking for online definition of Lonicera in the Medical Dictionary? Lonicera explanation free. What is Lonicera? Meaning of Lonicera medical term. What does Lonicera mean?
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Botanical Name: Nardostachys jatamansi grandiflora Origin: Nepal Parts Used: Dried roots Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Aromatic Actions: Calming,
Shuanghuanglian (SHL for short) is a modern formula that was devised in the 1960s to treat a variety of infections. It is comprised of the alcohol-water extracts of three herbs: lonicera (shuanghua, often called jinyinhua), scute (huangqin), and forsythia (lianqiao). The joining of forsythia and lonicera in a formulation represents a long tradition of Chinese herb prescribing for treatment of infections. The addition of scute in this small formula represents one of the newer developments of Chinese medicine, especially based on research involving its main active constituent, the flavonoid baicalin.
Lonicera morrowii is a deciduous Shrub growing to 2 m (6ft) by 3 m (9ft). It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. It is in flower from May to June. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers moist soil.
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Start spring indoors by cutting four to five branches of forsythia, flowering quince, cherry, almond, weigela or crab apple. Soon after cutting, dunk the base of the stems in 100-degree water in a vase. If you want to hasten flowering by a few days, cover the branches with a layer of thin clear plastic wrap such as the wrapping used by dry cleaners to protect your freshly cleaned garments. Placing the covered branches near a window facing west or south will create a greenhouse effect. As soon as the flower buds begin to open, remove the plastic ...
Most people are familiar with the common Halls honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), which has white fragrant flowers and climbs on anything it touches. But there are many other honeysuckle varieties to try, including shrub varieties (Lonicera tatarica), and trumpet honeysuckle (L. sempervirens), which bears red, ...
KUTSCHKER, Adriana. Fruit morphology in Valeriana species (Valerianaceae) from the southern Andes. Darwiniana [online]. 2008, vol.46, n.1, pp. 17-35. ISSN 0011-6793.. Achenes of the thirty seven Valeriana species from the southern Andes were described, illustrated and compared by scanning electron microscopy and stereomicroscopy. It is shown that the detailed analysis of the achenes provides excellent taxonomic characters (e.g. fruit shape, sterile locules development, fruit-coat surface) to distinguish among the southern Argentina and Chile taxa. Results are contrasted with the systematics of this genus. Four informal groups are established, and a key to the South-Andean species of Valeriana is provided, based on achene morphology.. Palavras-chave : Achene; South America; Systematics; Valeriana; Valerianaceae. ...
11. Lonicera tatarica L. E. Tatarian honeysuckle. CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT. Riparian forests, field edges, waste areas, roadsides, areas of habitation. Though frequently included on state lists of invasive plants, this species is not nearly as common as Lonicera morrowii (with which it has been confused by some collectors) and is infrequently encountered.. 6×11. Lonicera morrowii × Lonicera tatarica → Lonicera ×‌bella Zabel is a frequent honeysuckle hybrid known from CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT. It is variable but usually displays a pink (fading yellow) corolla that is scarcely saccate at the base, sparsely pubescent branchlets and leaf blades, and peduncles 5-15 mm long (compare character states with those presented in identification key, couplet 8). ...
Taxobox , color = lightgreen , name = Valerian (plant) , image = Valeriana officinalis.jpg , image_width = 250px , regnum = [[Plant]]ae , divisio = [[flowering plant,Magnoliophyta]] , classis = [[dicotyledon,Magnoliopsida]] , ordo = [[Dipsacales]] , familia = [[Valerianaceae]] , genus = [[Valeriana]] , species = V. officinalis , binomial = Valeriana officinalis , binomial_authority = [[Carolus Linnaeus,L.]] & Maillefer }} {{SI}} Valerian (Valeriana officinalis, [[Valerianaceae]]) is a hardy [[perennial plant,perennial]] flowering [[plant]], with heads of sweetly scented pink or white flowers. This "sweet" smell is quite overpowering when the flower is placed into a vase. The flowers are in bloom from June to September. Valerian was used as a perfume in the sixteenth century. Native to [[Europe]] and parts of [[Asia]], Valerian has been [[introduced species,introduced]] into [[North America]]. It is consumed as food by the [[larva]]e of some [[Lepidoptera]] (butterfly ...
Scientific name: Symphoricarpos albus. Family: Caprifoliaceae. Category: Shrub. Status: Native. Seed dispersal mode: animals. Mode of reproduction: rhizomes and seeds. Pollinator: bees. Compatibility: unknown. Sites where species is present: aa, alf, btg, eth, eelr, gc, kjs, lf, lih, lc, ness, ngc, nrrx, ri, rrx, sgc, spp, sap, th, woodys, yoh. ...
Common Name Standardized: European elderOther: black elder Botanical Name Sambucus nigra L.Plant Family: Caprifoliaceae Overview In
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Description from Flora of China. Lonicera dasystyla Rehder; L. multiflora Champion ex Bentham; L. telfairii Hooker & Arnott.. For description see under species complex. Distinguishing characters for this species are as follows: Stems grayish pubescent or glabrous. Leaves abaxially glabrous to pubescent without large sessile orange glands. Ovaries densely to sparsely hirsute or glabrous. Berries black. Fl. Mar-May, fr. Aug-Oct.. Mountain slopes, mixed forests, scrub, roadsides of plains, riversides; 300-800 m. Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan [Nepal, N Vietnam ...
Čutila sem, da je Valerian odlično olje, ki se uporablja v kopel in duftlampe formulacije za upravljanje James & rsquo; s angina in stres, zlasti njegovo uporabo v duftlampe pomenila mogel ostati miren v zelo napetih poslovnih srečanj in se uporabljajo v kopeli da mu je pomagal, da imajo miren um in prijeten spanec. Ni občutek, da je masaža celega telesa, kar je hotel, zato smo ogroženi in je imel tedensko masažo hrbta, namesto, ki skupaj s kadjo, je prehrana spremembe in difuzor (duft Lampe), mu je pomagala, da vesolja angina pektoris do skoraj ni več epidoses na mesec. V aromaterapija treaments so mu tudi pomagali, da maitain stresa okolje brez, in se soočiti z zmernimi stopnjami stresa brez njegovega vzorca jezni reakcij ...
Valerian root consists of the dried underground parts of Valeriana officinalis Valerianaceae , a perennial herb found throughout Europe. Drug material comes
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Flower: calyx tube fused to ovary, limb generally 5-lobed; corolla radial or bilateral, rotate to cylindric, generally 5-lobed; stamens generally 5, epipetalous, alternate corolla lobes; ovary inferior, 1 5-chambered, style ...
Honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.) cascading over a wall or trellis, or growing as a shrub in a flower border, makes a beautiful addition to a garden. It grows rapidly in the wild and in gardens, and its sweet, summery scent attracts butterflies and humming birds. Unfortunately, some varieties are suspected of harming ...
Faunal Associations: The nectar of the flowers attracts such visitors as bumblebees and other long-tongued bees, Hummingbird moths (Hemaris spp.) and other Sphinx moths, and the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird. Some insects feed on various parts of Amur Honeysuckle and/or other honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.). The foliage is eaten by the caterpillars of Hemaris thysbe (Hummingbird Clearwing), Hemaris diffinis (Snowberry Clearwing), and miscellaneous other moths. The aphids Alphitoaphis lonicericola, Gypsoaphis oestlundi, and Hyadaphis foeniculi suck plant juices from honeysuckles, while the larvae of the long-horned beetle Agrilus cyanescens bore into the wood. Not all of these insects necessarily feed on Amur Honeysuckle, however. The bright red berries are eaten by some songbirds, including the Catbird, Robin, Cardinal, Red-Wing Blackbird, Veery, Grackles, and Yellow-Breasted Chat. This helps to spread the seeds into new areas. Because of its abundant branches and tendency to develop leaves early in ...
Number of records. 2. Locations. Borjomi. Associated organism. Lonicera iberica (branch, twig). Literature. Dekanoidze (1984); Murvanishvili (1994) page(s) 16. ...
Matured to perfection, and gifting dynamic olfactive depth that only age can deliver, this special dark brown Wild Harvested jatamansi displays rich complex notes of dry wood and musk. Also known as muskroot or spikenard, the Nardostachys jatamansi is a perennial native to the Himalayan region of northern India, closely related to valerian. Jatamansi has a rich history in medicine and perfume, and was one of the most costly aromatics in ancient times. Like frankincense and myrrh, the biblical association with jatamansi makes it distinguished and mystical. The essential oil comes from the distillation of the dried and pulverized rhizome and roots. The Aged Jatamansi is a pure steam distilled essential oil that may be worn as a perfume.. ...
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Lonicera japonica is an evergreen, woody, twining vine. Ovate-shaped leaves are opposite, roughly 1 ½ to 3 inches long with variably pubescent petioles. The younger stems are reddish in color and are fuzzy or slightly pubescent. Hollow, older stems are hollow with brownish bark that peels in long strips. The stems are usually 80-120 feet long.. Lonicera japonica has fragrant, white flowers that fade to yellow and borne in pairs on axillary peduncles. Individual flowers are tubular, with a fused two-lipped corolla. Flower production occurs from late April through July, and sometimes through October. Many varieties available in the nursery trade are easily distinguished by flower color from the invasive honeysuckle. There is also a native honeysuckle that is often confused with the invasive species. Lonicera sempervirens (coral honeysuckle), the native honeysuckle, is easily distinguished from the invasive honeysuckle by its upper leaves and berries. Leaves of the native species are connate - ...
Forms Available: essential oil. Spikenard - nardostachys jatamansi - Aroma is leathery, earthy and fungal, but sweet and is a reddish brown or amber-colored oil Spikenard is widely mentioned in the bible. It is a very calming oil, both emotionally and physically, and is of special value in serious skin conditions. Powerful antifungal. Indicated for psoriasis, athletes foot, fungal infections, dandruff and emotionally for deep sadness. Its a powerful oil for grounding, for emotional needs. Spikenard is known in aromatherapy circles as "a womans oil" and is recommended for use in spiritual blends or blends for meditation. Aromatherapy & Health Uses: It is a very calming oil, both emotionally and physically, and is of special value in serious skin conditions. Powerful antifungal. Indicated for psoriasis, athletes foot, fungal infections, dandruff and emotionally for deep sadness.. ...
Family: Valerian (Valerianaceae). Hardy to Zones 4 to 8.. Herbaceous perennial native to Europe and temperate Asia. Traditional usage (TWM): sedative. This is the standard European wild form of the plant. Valerian prefers full sun to part shade and moist but well-drained soils. I have seen excellent clumps form, during a wet spring, on the peak of a pile of ground pumice. However, regular garden soil amended with organic compost will do nicely. The plant adapts rather well to a wide range of conditions. Seed is short-lived and should be sown within a year of receipt. Light dependent germinator. Sow in spring, tamped securely into surface, and keep evenly moist until germination, which occurs in 10 to 16 days. Seedling leaves look very un-valerian at first and some folks are confused. But have faith, in time the leaves will become divided and much more closely resemble the standard form of the plant. Space plants 1 to 2 feet apart. Flowers white in the second year to a height of 5 feet or ...
Learn about the potential benefits of Jatamansi including contraindications, adverse reactions, toxicology, pharmacology and historical usage.
Upright, bushy deciduous shrub. Leaves are opposite, lance-shaped and dark green. Flowers are tubular, deep purplish red, borne in leaf axils in spring and
Ours are just blooming now. The deer LOVE to eat this plant, but we have a lot of it fenced off now, so Im hopeful for berries this fall. Ive been amazed how much is popping up in areas weve cleared of unfavorable weeds already. It isnt the most dense vining plant, but I am having some success encouraging some to twine around a water pipe Im trying to hide (a couple of velcro straps help hold it in place while it gets going), and have directed some over an arbor. The plants you started from seed look great, so I cant wait to try starting some extra plants here ...
This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Click on an acronym to view each weed list, or click here for a composite list of Weeds of the U.S. ...
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Chronic pancreatitis (CP) is a recurring inflammatory disorder of the pancreas with alcohol misuse being the most predominant risk factor. Whereas in patients without alcohol misuse (non-alcoholic CP, NACP) several genetic variants have been captured as risk factors, genetic associations in alcoholic CP (ACP) are rare. This is an interesting finding since only a small percentage of alcohol misuser develops ACP indicating further etiological factors. Recently, a genome-wide association study (GWAs) identified common variants in the PRSS1- and the CLDN2-MORC4 locus to be associated with CP. This finding was replicated in a large European cohort in that association was strongest in the ACP group and in Japanese and Indian CP patients. Functional studies demonstrated that the PRSS1 promoter variant rs4726576 (c.-204C,A) reduces transcription which results in lower intra-pancreatic trypsinogen levels. The mechanism of action of the CLDN2-MORC4 risk variants still remains to some extent unclear ...
The current status of research on polyphenolic compounds in the berries of edible honeysuckle and their biological effects, including recommended utilization, are reviewed. The major classes of phenolic compounds in the blue berried honeysuckle are flavonols (quercetin, rutin, quercitrin) and flavanes (proanthocyanidins, catechins) and anthocyanins. Cyanidin-3-glucoside and cyanidin-3-rutinoside are considered as major anthocyanidins in edible honeysuckle berries. Such a high level of antioxidant activity in the berries of different species of the genus Lonicera is especially due to the high level of polyphenolic compounds, especially anthocyanins. These berries seem to be prospective sources of health-supporting phytochemicals that exhibit beneficial anti-adherence and chemo-protective activities, thus they may provide protection against a number of chronic conditions, e.g., cancer, diabetes mellitus, tumour growth or cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.
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Valeriana officinalis is a member of the Valerianaceae family.. Valerian was used as a medicinal herb in ancient Greece and Rome. Hippocrates described its properties, and Galen later prescribed it as a remedy for insomnia. In medieval Sweden, it was sometimes placed in the wedding clothes of the groom to ward off the "envy" of the elves. While in the sixteenth century the Anabaptist reformer Pilgram Marpeck prescribed valerian tea for a sick woman. Valerian flower extracts were also used as a perfume in the sixteenth century.. Valerian is a powerful nervine, stimulant, carminative and antispasmodic. It has a remarkable influence on the cerebro-spinal system, and is used as a sedative to the higher nerve centers in conditions of nervous unrest, St. Vituss dance, neuralgic pains. The herb allays pain and promotes sleep. It is particularly beneficial to those suffering from nervous over-strain, as it possesses none of the after-effects produced by narcotics.. During the World War II, when ...
Non-native plants introduced to new habitats can have significant ecological impact. In many cases, even though they interact with the same community of potential herbivores as their new native competitors, they regularly receive less damage. Plants produce secondary metabolites in their leaves that serve a range of defensive functions, including resistance to herbivores and pathogens. Abiotic factors such as nutrient availability can influence the expression of defensive traits, with some species exhibiting increased chemical defense in low-nutrient conditions. Plants in the genus Lonicera are known to produce a diverse array of these secondary metabolites, yet non-native Lonicera species sustain lower amounts of herbivore damage than co-occurring native Lonicera species in North America. In this study, we searched for evidence of biochemical novelty in non-native species, and quantified its association with resistance to herbivores. In order to achieve this, we evaluated the phenolic and iridoid
One or more fresh open or unopened flowers or flower buds are visible on the plant. Include flower buds or inflorescences that are swelling or expanding, but do not include those that are tightly closed and not actively growing (dormant). Also do not include wilted or dried flowers. How many flowers and flower buds are present? For species in which individual flowers are clustered in flower heads, spikes or catkins (inflorescences), simply estimate the number of flower heads, spikes or catkins and not the number of individual flowers.. Less than 3;3 to 10;11 to 100;101 to 1,000;1,001 to 10,000;More than 10,000. More.... Open flowers ...
Research has confirmed that certain medicinal herbs and their constituents have the ability to directly inhibit influenza as well as stimulate the bodys own immune system in order to counteract the flu virus. ...
China Raw Material catalog of Pure Herbal Extract Medicine Lonicera Japonica Honeysuckle, Slimming Green Tea GMP Standard provided by China manufacturer - Zhuhai Aoshun Medicine Co., Ltd., page1.
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Untreated chronic HCV infections might lead to liver cancer, serious liver liver and damage failure. HCV can be transmitted through bloodstream and other bodily fluids. Injection drug users who share needles are at the best risk for HCV infections. Health care employees stuck by needles that have been used on HCV-infected patients and children born to HCV-infected mothers are also at risk. The Abbott RealTime HCV Genotype II is usually approved for individuals regarded as chronically contaminated with HCV. It is not approved for make use of as a diagnostic test or as a screening test for the presence of HCV genetic materials in blood, blood products or cells donors. It has not been evaluated in newborns or pediatric individuals, or in patients with compromised immune systems, such as people with AIDS.Materials Studio offers user-friendly usage of a complete range of scientific features for modeling crystal structure and crystallization processes; for home prediction for molecules, polymers, ...
APG Dicots:There are many significant changes in the dicots and we only highlight some of the most striking and directly useful to gardeners.1. The Old Ones now include the Proteales such that these Australians and South African plants are included in the longterm stable gene pool of Gaian ecosystems.2. The Core Eudicots is an enlarged Caryophyllales, now including several disparate groups including the Santalales (mistletoes), the Vitaceae (grapes) and the Saxifragales, split off from the Rosales and bringing the Crassulaceae closer to the succulents of the Mesembryanthemaceae (iceplants), Basellaceae and Portulacaceae. Buckwheats and Limoniums (statice) are also in this group.3. The Asterids, Euasterids 1 and 2 make up the Asterid Clade. Asterids have seen an expansion of the Ericales to include many groups previously dispersed in other orders while retaining the Cornales.Hydrangeas are split from the Dipsacales now in Euasterids 2.4. Eurosids 1 becomes a major group is this new layout. The ...
Uncultivated is a multi-faceted art project focused on wild plants within urban landscapes, consisting of geo-referenced photographs, a corresponding website, commercial displays, and associated public events. Commonly known as weeds, Uncultivated encourages an empathetic view of these reviled plants and the natural environment we share in common while also reflecting upon the changing biodiversity of urban landscapes due to the effects of climate change.
Fill your garden with Hummingbird-attracting plants, such as Agastache (Hummingbird Mint), Penstemon (Beardtongue), Salvia (Meadow Sage), and flowering vines like the Lonicera in the picture above. You will attract more...

Category:Caprifoliaceae - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Caprifoliaceae - Wikimedia Commons

Genera of Caprifoliaceae *APWebsite link: Caprifoliaceae (+genera): 5 genera. *GRIN link : Caprifoliaceae Juss. (+genus list ( ... Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Caprifoliaceae linked to current category] [edit wikidata Caprifoliaceae main ... IUCN link: Caprifoliaceae threatened species. *Note: APG III definition incorporates deprecated familiae Diervillaceae, ... Media in category "Caprifoliaceae". The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. ...
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ISBN 3-8290-1953-X Caprifoliaceae in Topwalks Species account : Caprifoliaceae Comparison Table for the Cornidae. ... The Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family are a clade of dicotyledonous flowering plants consisting of about 860 species in 42 ... Several other families of the more broadly treated Caprifoliaceae s.l. are separated by some but not all authors; these are ... Views of the family-level classification of the traditionally accepted Caprifoliaceae and other plants in the botanical order ...
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Neotropical Caprifoliaceae - Neotropikey from KewNeotropical Caprifoliaceae - Neotropikey from Kew

Many species of Caprifoliaceae are cultivated in the Neotropics, especially Lonicera and Vesalea. However, this is not a very ... Delprete, P. Caprifoliaceae in Smith, N., Mori, S.A., Henderson, A., Stevenson, D. & Heald, S.V. 2004. Flowering plants of the ... In the Neotropics, the Caprifoliaceae is a marginal family with a few genera ocurring at high altitude and reaching Mexico from ... The opposite leaves, inferior ovary and tubular corolla may generate confusion with the Rubiaceae, but the Caprifoliaceae ...
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UC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for  CAPRIFOLIACEAEUC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for CAPRIFOLIACEAE

Retrieve key for CAPRIFOLIACEAE Return to the Jepson Interchange main page Return to treatment index page Glossary University ... CAPRIFOLIACEAE HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY. Lauramay T. Dempster. Subshrub, shrub, vine, or small tree. Leaves opposite, simple or ...
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Tropicos | Name - !!Caprifoliaceae Juss.Tropicos | Name - !!Caprifoliaceae Juss.

Small or medium sized shrubs, erect or sometimes scandent, usually with soft wood and broad pith. Leaves opposite, simple, entire, exstipulate (stipulate in V. opulus). Flowers hermaphrodite, usually in cymes or panicles. Calyx adnate to the ovary, usually 5-fid or toothed. Corolla gamopetalous, tubular, rotate, salverform or 2-lipped, regular or irregular. Stamens inserted on corolla tube, alternating with lobes; anthers free. Ovary inferior, 2-54ocular; style terminal, usually simple, long and slender (short and divided in Viburnum); stigma capitate or lobed. Fruit a drupe or berry-like or capsular ...
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Caprifoliaceae in Flora of China @ efloras.orgCaprifoliaceae in Flora of China @ efloras.org

Caprifoliaceae (excluding Sambucus and Viburnum). In: Hsu Ping-sheng, ed., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 72: 104-259.. Key to ... Caprifoliaceae 忍冬科 ren dong ke Authors: Qiner Yang, Sven Landrein, Joanna Osborne & Renata Borosova Lonicera rupicola. Credit: ... 2002), Caprifoliaceae is now thought to include Caprifolieae, Diervilleae, Linnaeeae, Morinaceae, Dipsacaceae, and ...
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Flowers Of The Woods And Copses. Order CaprifoliaceaeFlowers Of The Woods And Copses. Order Caprifoliaceae

Order Caprifoliaceae. Guelder Rose (Viburnum Opulus, L.). The habitat of this plant is wet woods, copses, thickets, and hedges ...
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Elder Berry Sambucus nigra (Caprifoliaceae) | Pagan News 2.0Elder Berry Sambucus nigra (Caprifoliaceae) | Pagan News 2.0

Elder Berry Sambucus nigra (Caprifoliaceae). November 1, 2015. Melanie Hooten Leave a comment ...
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Cytotype diversity and genome size variation in Knautia (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae) | BMC Evolutionary Biology | Full TextCytotype diversity and genome size variation in Knautia (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae) | BMC Evolutionary Biology | Full Text

Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae). Comprehensive studies of fine- and broad-scale patterns of ploidy and genome size (GS) variation ... Peruzzi L, Bartolucci F, Astuti G, Bernardo L, Conti F. Knautia dinarica (Caprifoliaceae): taxonomy, typification and update of ... The genus Knautia L. (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae) comprises 50-55 species distributed in western Eurasia and northwestern ... Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae). Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2014;74:97-110.PubMedView ArticleGoogle Scholar. ...
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Patterns of rapid diversification in heteroploid Knautia sect. Trichera (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae), one of the most...Patterns of rapid diversification in heteroploid Knautia sect. Trichera (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae), one of the most...

Trichera (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae), one of the most intricate taxa of the European flora. ... Due to the prevalence of reticulate evolution spanning three ploidy levels, Knautia L. (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae) is ... Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae). BMC Evol Biol. 2015;15:140.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar. ... Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacoideae). Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2014;74:97-110.View ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar. ...
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Nature du Gard - les Plantes (hors orchidées),  - Cephalaria Schrad. ex Roem. & Schult., 1818 - CaprifoliaceaeNature du Gard - les Plantes (hors orchidées), - Cephalaria Schrad. ex Roem. & Schult., 1818 - Caprifoliaceae

Caprifoliaceae,Cephalaria Schrad. ex Roem. & Schult., 1818,, Observatoire du Patrimoine Naturel du Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, ...
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Guelder rose,  water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree - Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) | herbs | dr-henry-rozanskiGuelder rose, water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree - Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) | herbs | dr-henry-rozanski

Caprifoliaceae) European cranberry bush. dysmenorrhea, uterine hemorrhage , uterine atony , menopause , puberty ... Guelder rose, water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree - Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) Sunday, 06 March 2011 13:21 dr Henry ... Guelder rose, water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree - Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) ... Guelder rose, water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree - Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) European cranberry bush ...
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ElderberryElderberry

Caprifoliaceae. Leaves are pinnately compound, opposite and deciduous with 5-7 pairs of toothed leaflets and a grooved rachis. ...
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UC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for LONICERA hispidula var. vacillansUC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for LONICERA hispidula var. vacillans

CAPRIFOLIACEAE HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY. Lauramay T. Dempster. Subshrub, shrub, vine, or small tree. Leaves opposite, simple or ...
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Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at AustinLady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin

Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle Family). USDA Symbol: SARAR3. USDA Native Status: L48 (N), AK (N), CAN (N). ...
more infohttps://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=SARAR3

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at AustinLady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin

Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle Family). Synonym(s): Lonicera sempervirens var. hirsutula, Lonicera sempervirens var. minor, ... Reslit 257 - Xylem Structure and Water Transport in a Twiner, a Scrambler, and a Shrub of Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae) (1992) S. T ... Caprifoliaceae) (1993) K. A. Schierenbeck and J. D. Marshall. Reslit 2315 - Effects of CO2 Enrichment on the Growth and ...
more infohttps://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=lose

Order XXXII. Rubiales LXV. Rubiaceze. Madder FamilyOrder XXXII. Rubiales LXV. Rubiaceze. Madder Family

Caprifoliaceae. Honeysuckle Family. Shrubs, vines or rarely herbs; leaves opposite; flowers mostly cymose and terminal, ...
more infohttps://chestofbooks.com/flora-plants/flowers/North-American-Mountains/Order-XXXII-Rubiales-LXV-Rubiaceze-Madder-Family.html

Variability in the production of tannins and other polyphenols in cell cultures of 12 Nordic plant species | SpringerLinkVariability in the production of tannins and other polyphenols in cell cultures of 12 Nordic plant species | SpringerLink

Families Caprifoliaceae and Poaceae. The L. caerulea L. var. kamtschatica (family Caprifoliaceae) culture was exceptional in ... Caprifoliaceae, and Poaceae). For most of the species included, the previous cell culture studies concerning polyphenolic ...
more infohttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00425-017-2686-8

SEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key        Roosevelt CountySEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key Roosevelt County

Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
more infohttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/ident/key.php?clid=71&pid=2&taxon=All+Species

SEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key        Natural Bridges National MonumentSEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key Natural Bridges National Monument

Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
more infohttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/ident/key.php?clid=2696&pid=21&taxon=All+Species

SEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key        Seven SpringsSEINet Portal NetworkWeb-Key Seven Springs

Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
more infohttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/ident/key.php?clid=27&pid=1&taxon=All+Species

EEB Greenhouse Collections  native to AlabamaEEB Greenhouse Collections native to Alabama

Caprifoliaceae. Subfamily Diervilloideae *Diervilla rivularis Kodiak Red - southeastern US Ceratophyllaceae. *Ceratophyllum ...
more infohttp://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/BRU_ALA.html

EEB Greenhouse Collections  native to China SoutheastEEB Greenhouse Collections native to China Southeast

Caprifoliaceae. Subfamily Caprifolioideae *Heptacodium miconioides - China (Anhui, Hubei, Zhejiang) Caryophyllaceae. Subfamily ...
more infohttp://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/BRU_CHS.html
  • In 'APGII' ( Angiosperm Phylogeny Group, 2003) an expanded Dipsacales was promoted in the 'Euasterids II', including a broader concept of the Caprifoliaceae, which encompassed the Dipsacaceae and Valerianaceae known from the Neotropics, along with the Adoxaceae . (kew.org)
  • If sunk into the Caprifoliaceae the Dipsacaceae and Valerianaceae would form very discrete subfamilies. (kew.org)
  • However, in Neotropikey the three families (Caprifoliaceae, Dipsacaceae and Valerianaceae ) are treated separately, q.v. (kew.org)
  • Views of the family-level classification of the traditionally accepted Caprifoliaceae and other plants in the botanical order Dipsacales have been considerably revised in recent decades. (wikipedia.org)