A plant genus of the family CRUCIFERAE.
A plant family of the order Capparales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. They are mostly herbaceous plants with peppery-flavored leaves, due to gluconapin (GLUCOSINOLATES) and its hydrolysis product butenylisotrhiocyanate. The family includes many plants of economic importance that have been extensively altered and domesticated by humans. Flowers have 4 petals. Podlike fruits contain a number of seeds. Cress is a general term used for many in the Brassicacea family. Rockcress is usually ARABIS; Bittercress is usually CARDAMINE; Yellowcress is usually RORIPPA; Pennycress is usually THLASPI; Watercress refers to NASTURTIUM; or RORIPPA or TROPAEOLUM; Gardencress refers to LEPIDIUM; Indiancress refers to TROPAEOLUM.
The splitting of an ancestral species into daughter species that coexist in time (King, Dictionary of Genetics, 6th ed). Causal factors may include geographic isolation, HABITAT geometry, migration, REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION, random GENETIC DRIFT and MUTATION.

Comparisons of pollen coat genes across Brassicaceae species reveal rapid evolution by repeat expansion and diversification. (1/26)

Reproductive genes and traits evolve rapidly in many organisms, including mollusks, algae, and primates. Previously we demonstrated that a family of glycine-rich pollen surface proteins (GRPs) from Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica oleracea had diverged substantially, making identification of homologous genes impossible despite a separation of only 20 million years. Here we address the molecular genetic mechanisms behind these changes, sequencing the eight members of the GRP cluster, along with 11 neighboring genes in four related species, Arabidopsis arenosa, Olimarabidopsis pumila, Capsella rubella, and Sisymbrium irio. We found that GRP genes change more rapidly than their neighbors; they are more repetitive and have undergone substantially more insertion/deletion events while preserving repeat amino acid composition. Genes flanking the GRP cluster had an average K(a)/K(s) approximately 0.2, indicating strong purifying selection. This ratio rose to approximately 0.5 in the first GRP exon, indicating relaxed selective constraints. The repetitive nature of the second GRP exon makes alignment difficult; even so, K(a)/K(s) within the Arabidopsis genus demonstrated an increase that correlated with exon length. We conclude that rapid GRP evolution is primarily due to duplication, deletion, and divergence of repetitive sequences. GRPs may mediate pollen recognition and hydration by female cells, and divergence of these genes could correlate with or even promote speciation. We tested cross-species interactions, showing that the ability of A. arenosa stigmas to hydrate pollen correlated with GRP divergence and identifying A. arenosa as a model for future studies of pollen recognition.  (+info)

The Arabidopsis genome sequence as a tool for genome analysis in Brassicaceae. A comparison of the Arabidopsis and Capsella rubella genomes. (2/26)

The annotated Arabidopsis genome sequence was exploited as a tool for carrying out comparative analyses of the Arabidopsis and Capsella rubella genomes. Comparison of a set of random, short C. rubella sequences with the corresponding sequences in Arabidopsis revealed that aligned protein-coding exon sequences differ from aligned intron or intergenic sequences in respect to the degree of sequence identity and the frequency of small insertions/deletions. Molecular-mapped markers and expressed sequence tags derived from Arabidopsis were used for genetic mapping in a population derived from an interspecific cross between Capsella grandiflora and C. rubella. The resulting eight Capsella linkage groups were compared to the sequence maps of the five Arabidopsis chromosomes. Fourteen colinear segments spanning approximately 85% of the Arabidopsis chromosome sequence maps and 92% of the Capsella genetic linkage map were detected. Several fusions and fissions of chromosomal segments as well as large inversions account for the observed arrangement of the 14 colinear blocks in the analyzed genomes. In addition, evidence for small-scale deviations from genome colinearity was found. Colinearity between the Arabidopsis and Capsella genomes is more pronounced than has been previously reported for comparisons between Arabidopsis and different Brassica species.  (+info)

Isolation and molecular characterization of a new CRT binding factor gene from Capsella bursa-pastoris. (3/26)

A new CRT binding factor (CBF) gene designated Cbcbf25 was cloned from Capsella bursa-pastoris, a wild grass, by the rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE). The full-length cDNA of Cbcbf25 was 898 bp with a 669 bp open reading frame (ORF) encoding a putative DRE/CRT (LTRE)-binding protein of 223 amino acids. The predicted CbCBF25 protein contained a potential nuclear localization signal (NLS) in its N-terminal region followed by an AP2 DNA-binding motif and a possible acidic activation domain in the C-terminal region. Bioinformatic analysis revealed that Cbcbf25 has a high level of similarity with other CBF genes like cbf1, cbf2, and cbf3 from Arabidopsis thaliana, and Bncbf5, Bncbf7, Bncbf16, and Bncbf17 from Brassica napus. A cold acclimation assay showed that Cbcbf25 was expressed immediately after cold triggering, but this expression was transient, suggesting that it concerns cold acclimation. Our study implies that Cbcbf25 is an analogue of other CBF genes and may participate in cold-response, by for example, controlling the expression of cold-regulated genes or increasing the freezing tolerance of plants.  (+info)

Comparative genome analyses of Arabidopsis spp.: inferring chromosomal rearrangement events in the evolutionary history of A. thaliana. (4/26)

Comparative genome analysis is a powerful tool that can facilitate the reconstruction of the evolutionary history of the genomes of modern-day species. The model plant Arabidopsis thaliana with its n = 5 genome is thought to be derived from an ancestral n = 8 genome. Pairwise comparative genome analyses of A. thaliana with polyploid and diploid Brassicaceae species have suggested that rapid genome evolution, manifested by chromosomal rearrangements and duplications, characterizes the polyploid, but not the diploid, lineages of this family. In this study, we constructed a low-density genetic linkage map of Arabidopsis lyrata ssp. lyrata (A. l. lyrata; n = 8, diploid), the closest known relative of A. thaliana (MRCA approximately 5 Mya), using A. thaliana-specific markers that resolve into the expected eight linkage groups. We then performed comparative Bayesian analyses using raw mapping data from this study and from a Capsella study to infer the number and nature of rearrangements that distinguish the n = 8 genomes of A. l. lyrata and Capsella from the n = 5 genome of A. thaliana. We conclude that there is strong statistical support in favor of the parsimony scenarios of 10 major chromosomal rearrangements separating these n = 8 genomes from A. thaliana. These chromosomal rearrangement events contribute to a rate of chromosomal evolution higher than previously reported in this lineage. We infer that at least seven of these events, common to both sets of data, are responsible for the change in karyotype and underlie genome reduction in A. thaliana.  (+info)

Evolution of the self-incompatibility system in the Brassicaceae: identification of S-locus receptor kinase (SRK) in self-incompatible Capsella grandiflora. (5/26)

Self-incompatibility (SI) has been well studied in the genera Brassica and Arabidopsis, which have become models for investigation into the SI system. To understand the evolution of the SI system in the Brassicaceae, comparative analyses of the S-locus in genera other than Brassica and Arabidopsis are necessary. We report the identification of six putative S-locus receptor kinase genes (SRK) in natural populations of Capsella grandiflora, an SI species from a genus which is closely related to Arabidopsis. These S-alleles display striking similarities to the Arabidopsis lyrata SRK alleles in sequence and structure. Our phylogenetic analysis supports the scenario of differing SI evolution along the two lineages (The Brassica lineage and Arabidopsis/Capsella lineage). Our results also argue that the ancestral S-locus lacked the SLG gene (S-locus glycoprotein) and that the diversification of S-alleles predates the separation of Arabidopsis and Capsella.  (+info)

Catching a 'hopeful monster': shepherd's purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) as a model system to study the evolution of flower development. (6/26)

Capsella is a small genus within the mustard family (Brassicaceae). Its three species, however, show many evolutionary trends also observed in other Brassicaceae (including Arabidopsis) and far beyond, including transitions from a diploid, self-incompatible, obligatory outcrossing species with comparatively large and attractive flowers but a restricted distribution to a polyploid, self-compatible, predominantly selfing, invasive species with floral reductions. All these evolutionary transitions may have contributed to the fact that Capsella bursa-pastoris (shepherd's purse) has become one of the most widely distributed flowering plants on our planet. In addition, Capsella bursa-pastoris shows a phenomenon that, although rare, could be of great evolutionary importance, specifically the occurrence of a homeotic variety found in relatively stable populations in the wild. Several lines of evidence suggest that homeotic changes played a considerable role in floral evolution, but how floral homeotic varieties are established in natural populations has remained a highly controversial topic among evolutionary biologists. Due to its close relationship with the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, numerous experimental tools are available for studying the genus Capsella, and further tools are currently being developed. Hence, Capsella provides great opportunities to investigate the evolution of flower development from molecular developmental genetics to field ecology and biogeography, and from morphological refinements to major structural transitions.  (+info)

Epigenetic mechanisms for breakdown of self-incompatibility in interspecific hybrids. (7/26)

As a major agent of rapid speciation, interspecific hybridization has played an important role in plant evolution. When hybridization involves species that exhibit self-incompatibility (SI), this prezygotic barrier to self-fertilization must be overcome or lost to allow selfing. How SI, a normally dominant trait, is lost in nascent hybrids is not known, however. Here we demonstrate that hybrid self-fertility can result from epigenetic changes in expression of the S-locus genes that determine specificity in the SI response. We analyzed loss of SI in synthetic hybrids produced by crossing self-fertile and self-incompatible species in each of two crucifer genera. We show that SI is lost in the stigmas of A. thaliana-lyrata hybrids and their neo-allotetraploid derivatives and in the pollen of C. rubella-grandiflora hybrids and their homoploid progenies. Aberrant processing of S-locus receptor kinase gene transcripts as detected in Arabidopsis hybrids and suppression of the S-locus cysteine-rich protein gene as observed in Capsella hybrids are two reversible mechanisms by which SI might break down upon interspecific hybridization to generate self-fertile hybrids in nature.  (+info)

Differential expression of genes important for adaptation in Capsella bursa-pastoris (Brassicaceae). (8/26)

Understanding the genetic basis of natural variation is of primary interest for evolutionary studies of adaptation. In Capsella bursa-pastoris, a close relative of Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), variation in flowering time is correlated with latitude, suggestive of an adaptation to photoperiod. To identify pathways regulating natural flowering time variation in C. bursa-pastoris, we have studied gene expression differences between two pairs of early- and late-flowering C. bursa-pastoris accessions and compared their response to vernalization. Using Arabidopsis microarrays, we found a large number of significant differences in gene expression between flowering ecotypes. The key flowering time gene FLOWERING LOCUS C (FLC) was not differentially expressed prior to vernalization. This result is in contrast to those in Arabidopsis, where most natural flowering time variation acts through FLC. However, the gibberellin and photoperiodic flowering pathways were significantly enriched for gene expression differences between early- and late-flowering C. bursa-pastoris. Gibberellin biosynthesis genes were down-regulated in late-flowering accessions, whereas circadian core genes in the photoperiodic pathway were differentially expressed between early- and late-flowering accessions. Detailed time-series experiments clearly demonstrated that the diurnal rhythm of CIRCADIAN CLOCK-ASSOCIATED1 (CCA1) and TIMING OF CAB EXPRESSION1 (TOC1) expression differed between flowering ecotypes, both under constant light and long-day conditions. Differential expression of flowering time genes was biologically validated in an independent pair of flowering ecotypes, suggesting a shared genetic basis or parallel evolution of similar regulatory differences. We conclude that genes involved in regulation of the circadian clock, such as CCA1 and TOC1, are strong candidates for the evolution of adaptive flowering time variation in C. bursa-pastoris.  (+info)

"Capsella" is the name of a genus of plants in the family Brassicaceae, also known as the mustard family. The most common species in this genus is "Capsella bursa-pastoris," which is commonly known as shepherd's purse. This plant is native to Europe and Asia, but it has been introduced widely throughout the world and can now be found growing in many different regions.

Shepherd's purse is a small annual herb that typically grows to a height of about 20-40 centimeters (8-16 inches). It has narrow, lobed leaves and small white flowers that bloom in the spring and summer. The fruit of the plant is a small, heart-shaped pod that contains several tiny seeds.

Shepherd's purse has been used traditionally in folk medicine as a treatment for various ailments, including wounds, bleeding, and urinary tract infections. However, there is limited scientific evidence to support these uses, and it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before using any herbal remedies.

Brassicaceae is a scientific family name in the field of botany, which includes a group of plants commonly known as the mustard family or crucifers. This family includes many economically important crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, brussels sprouts, turnips, radishes, and mustards. The name Brassicaceae comes from the genus Brassica, which includes many of these familiar vegetables.

Plants in this family are characterized by their flowers, which have four petals arranged in a cross-like pattern, hence the common name "crucifers." They also typically have four sepals, six stamens, and two fused carpels that form a fruit called a silique or silicle.

Brassicaceae plants are known for their production of glucosinolates, which are sulfur-containing compounds that give these plants their characteristic pungent or bitter flavors. When the plant tissues are damaged, such as during chewing, the glucosinolates are broken down into isothiocyanates, which have been shown to have potential health benefits, including anti-cancer properties.

Genetic speciation is not a widely used term in the scientific literature, but it generally refers to the process by which new species arise due to genetic differences and reproductive isolation. This process can occur through various mechanisms such as mutation, gene flow, genetic drift, natural selection, or chromosomal changes that lead to the accumulation of genetic differences between populations. Over time, these genetic differences can result in the development of reproductive barriers that prevent interbreeding between the populations, leading to the formation of new species.

In other words, genetic speciation is a type of speciation that involves the evolution of genetic differences that ultimately lead to the formation of new species. It is an essential concept in the field of evolutionary biology and genetics, as it explains how biodiversity arises over time.

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... plants grow from a rosette of lobed leaves at the base. From the base emerges a stem about 0.2-0.5 m ( ... "Capsella bursa-pastoris". Flora of Pakistan. Clapham, A.R., Tutin, T.G. and Warburg, E.F. 1968. Excursion Flora of the British ... "Capsella bursa-pastoris". Flora of China. Clapham, A.R.; Tutin, T.G.; Warburg, E.F. (1981). Excursion Flora of the British ... Capsella bursa-pastoris, known as shepherd's purse because of its triangular flat fruits, which are purse-like, is a small ...
In culture, P. capsellae appears black and white on potato dextrose agar (PDA). When observed under a microscope, P. capsellae ... Pseudocercosporella capsellae is generally found in humid environments. When P. capsellae is found in environments with low ... Pseudocercosporella capsellae is a plant pathogen infecting crucifers (canola, mustard, rapeseed). P. capsellae is the causal ... In the wild, P. capsellae can be observed in prairie environments containing mustard weed. P. capsellae has been identified on ...
"Capsella rubella". Phytozome v9.1. Archived from the original on 2015-04-26. Retrieved 2013-07-09. Slotte T, Hazzouri KM, Ågren ... July 2013). "The Capsella rubella genome and the genomic consequences of rapid mating system evolution". Nature Genetics. 45 (7 ...
"Capsella bursa-pastoris". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Capsella rubella". MaltaWildPlants.com. ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. (introduced) Cardamine bellidifolia L. Cardamine nymanii Gand. - polar cress Carex ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris, Shepherd's purse, is another plant where the claim of carnivory is contested. This unique ... Barber, 1978 Roberts, H. R., Warren, J. M., & Provan, J. (2018). "Evidence for facultative protocarnivory in Capsella bursa- ... Barber, J.T. (1978). "Capsella bursa-pastoris seeds: Are they "carnivorous"?" (PDF). Carnivorous Plant Newsletter. 7: 39-42. ... "Evidence for facultative protocarnivory in Capsella bursa-pastoris seeds". Scientific Reports. 8 (1): 10120. Bibcode:2018NatSR ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris) Sowthistles (Sonchus spp.) Sprangletops (Leptochloa spp.) Spotted Spurge (Chamaesyce maculata) Russian ...
Capsella rubella (Red Shepard's purse) is a self-pollinating species that became self-compatible 50,000 to 100,000 years ago, ... Its out-crossing progenitor was identified as Capsella grandiflora. Arabidopsis thaliana is a predominantly self-pollinating ... "The Capsella rubella genome and the genomic consequences of rapid mating system evolution". Nat. Genet. 45 (7): 831-5. doi: ... "Genomic identification of founding haplotypes reveals the history of the selfing species Capsella rubella". PLOS Genet. 9 (9): ...
In 1832 Elias Magnus Fries transferred it into Capsella. It was transferred into Hymenolobus by Hans Schinz and Albert Thellung ...
Bisby (1929) = Neopseudocercosporella capsellae C. nesliana Baudyš & Picb. (1924) = Neopseudocercosporella capsellae C. nicolai ... Neopseudocercosporella capsellae C. brassicae (Fautrey & Roum.) Höhn. (1924) = Neopseudocercosporella capsellae, C. bromi R. ... 1972) = Neopseudocercosporella capsellae C. maculans (Bérenger) F.A. Wolf (1935) = Neophloeospora maculans C. magnusiana ... 1895) = Neopseudocercosporella capsellae C. alni Dearn. & Barthol. (1917) = Mycopappus alni, Sclerotiniaceae C. angustana ...
The causal organism is Mycosphaerella capsellae. The symptoms are white spots on leaves, stems and pods and can thus easily be ...
The reduction of flower size has been studied between the selfing species Capsella rubella and its closely related outcrossing ... Exploring the Selfing Syndrome in Capsella". The Plant Cell. 23 (9): 3086. doi:10.1105/tpc.111.230913. ISSN 1040-4651. PMC ... "Standing genetic variation in a tissue-specific enhancer underlies selfing-syndrome evolution in Capsella". Proceedings of the ... relative Capsella grandiflora. The petals between the two species grow at the same rate, however, a decrease in the sterile ...
not indigenous, naturalised Genus Capsella: Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. not indigenous, naturalised Genus Cardamine: ...
1924, accepted as Neopseudocercosporella capsellae (Ellis & Everh.) Videira & Crous, (2016) Cercosporella delicatissima ( ...
It also feeds on various wild plants, including Capsella bursa-pastoris. It is found in colonies on the backside of leaves. ...
It feeds on Erysimum crepidifolium, Erysimum cheiranthoides, and Capsella bursa-pastoris. "Ceutorhynchus rapae Report". ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris drawing by Johannes von Hanstein Asteranthera ovata , (Cav.) Hanst. in the Puyehue National Park ...
"Mating system shifts and transposable element evolution in the plant genus Capsella". BMC Genomics. 15 (1): 602. doi:10.1186/ ...
Capsella, Hutchinsia, Teesdalia, Iberis, Biscutella, Megacarpaea, Cremolobus, Menonvillea Tribe 4. Euclidieae Genus: Euclidium ...
"Non-reciprocal Interspecies Hybridization Barriers in the Capsella Genus Are Established in the Endosperm". PLOS Genetics. 11 ( ...
Capsella rubella is a self-fertilisating species that became self-compatible 50,000 to 100,000 years ago. Arabidopsis thaliana ... "Genomic Identification of Founding Haplotypes Reveals the History of the Selfing Species Capsella rubella". PLOS Genetics. 9 (9 ...
The larvae feed on various herbaceous plants, including Capsella, Primula, Polygonum, Rumex and Trifolium. Wikimedia Commons ...
... one infects Capsella, Arabis, and Lepidium, while another infects Brassica, Diplotaxis, and Sinapis. Certain races of A. ...
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Die Fr chte von Capsella bursa-pastoris haben leicht konvexe Seiten, w hrend die von Capsella rubella s.l. konkave Seiten haben ... The fruits of Capsella bursa-pastoris have slightly convex sides, while those of Capsella rubella s.l. have concave sides. ... Capsella: Verkleinerungsform von capsula = Tasche / diminutive of capsula = bag. bursa-pastoris: Hirtentasche / shepherds bag ... 6: Capsella bursa-pastoris \ Hirtent schel / Shepherds Purse D Weinheim an der Bergstraße 22.4.2006. ...
Capsella species. Capsella bursa-pastoris View list of all occurrence records for this taxon (0 records) View map of all ... Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik.. species. Accepted. Name authority: APC Shepherds Purse. ... species like Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. ...
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Splash dispersal of Pseudocercosporella capsellae, cause of white leaf spot on oilseed rape. / Fitt, Bruce D.L.; Inman, A.J.; ... Fitt, B. D. L., Inman, A. J., Lacey, M. E., & McCartney, H. A. (1991). Splash dispersal of Pseudocercosporella capsellae, cause ... Splash dispersal of Pseudocercosporella capsellae, cause of white leaf spot on oilseed rape. 1991. Paper presented at 8th Int ... Splash dispersal of Pseudocercosporella capsellae, cause of white leaf spot on oilseed rape. Paper presented at 8th Int ...
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Evidence for Widespread Positive and Negative Selection in Coding and Conserved Noncoding Regions of Capsella grandiflora. ... Evidence for Widespread Positive and Negative Selection in Coding and Conserved Noncoding Regions of Capsella grandiflora. PLoS ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris. (L.) Medik.. Bolsa de pastor. Brassicaceae. N. S, A. Foliage. Q. ...
Experimental model species including Arabidopsis, Capsella and Antirrhinum. Genes in the Environment is funded by the BBSRC. ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik.. Gewöhnliches Hirtentäschel Shepherds-purse. Capsella bursa-pastoris. Gewöhnliches ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris. Shepherds Purse. Sp. Cardamine hirsuta Hairy Bittercress. Sp-S. Cardamine pensylvanica. Pennsylvania ...
http://www.geargrinders.net/images/capsella.GIF. Please excuse the paint art. This design is probaby impractical for a number ...
3) Betula pendula, Capsella bursa-pastoris, Ephedra sinica, Solidago virgaurea Materia Medica 3 HRB08103 (1) Cardiovascular ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris Sap. Chenopodium album Sap. Aquilegia vulgaris Sap. Digitalis purpurea Sap. Lysimachia Sap. Malva ...
Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule), common chickweed (Stellaria media), shepherds-purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris), and field ...
In trickle of water in drainage channel; in full sun, associated with Montia verna, Cerastium viscosum and Capsella bursa- ...
Co-adaptation of seed dormancy and flowering time in the arable weed Capsella bursa-pastoris (shepherds purse). Annals of ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik., Brassicaceae, H. 98. Capsella rubella Reut., Brassicaceae, T. 99. Capsicum annuum L., ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. Ethnobiology of Uzbekistan doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-23031-8_20: 227-234 Khojimatov, OK; ...
The most common flower in the set aside field was Capsella bursa-pastoris, there was also a large number of Lamium purpureum ...
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik.. LC. Capsicum anuum L.. NE. Cardamine hirsuta L.. LC. ...
Capsella Bursa-Pastoris. This herb is commonly known as shepherds-purse due to its triangular, purse-like pods. It contains ...
Long-term balancing selection drives evolution of immunity genes in Capsella. eLife 8:e43606. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife. ...
Zázračná kapsička (Capsella bursa-pastoris) Názov nenápadnej rastlinky vznikol z toho, že jej trojuholníkové plody sa nápadne ...
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  • Die Fr chte von Capsella bursa-pastoris haben leicht konvexe Seiten, w hrend die von Capsella rubella s.l. konkave Seiten haben. (guenther-blaich.de)
  • The fruits of Capsella bursa-pastoris have slightly convex sides, while those of Capsella rubella s.l. have concave sides. (guenther-blaich.de)
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  • Spices are parts of plants like leaves, puds, stalks or roots that are used for organoleptic purposes, preservative in food, however some of them have therapeutic properties necessary for optimal health of humans, hence, this study investigated the chemical composition of bay leaf (Laurus nobilis), nutmeg (Myristical fragrans) and shepherd's purse seed (Capsella bursa-pastoris) locally sourced from Offa, Kwara state and Ife-wara, Osun State. (journalcra.com)
  • The most common flower in the set aside field was Capsella bursa-pastoris , there was also a large number of Lamium purpureum and various grasses. (bumblebee.org)
  • Here, we show that the knockout of NRPD1, encoding the largest subunit of Pol IV, in the Brassicaceae species Capsella (Capsella rubella), caused postmeiotic arrest of pollen development at the microspore stage. (scilifelab.se)
  • Capsella may refer to: Capsella (bivalve), a mollusc genus in the family Donacidae Capsella (plant), a plant genus in the family Brassicaceae Capsela, a construction toy This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct genera with the same name. (wikipedia.org)
  • As in Arabidopsis, all TE-derived siRNAs were depleted in Capsella nrpd1 microspores. (scilifelab.se)
  • TEs were much closer to genes in Capsella compared with Arabidopsis, perhaps explaining the essential role of Pol IV in pollen development in Capsella. (scilifelab.se)
  • Our discovery that Pol IV is functionally required in Capsella microspores emphasizes the relevance of investigating different plant models. (scilifelab.se)
  • The common shepherd's purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Med. (gall-shop.com)
  • Data are not in favour of differences in germination behaviour between the diploid and tetraploid Capsella species, as germination rate and capacity are highly influenced by inception and release of seed dormancy. (uni-osnabrueck.de)
  • Francis Herb Farm's Capsella Combo ingredients are Wildcrafted\/Certified Organically Grown. (midwiferysupplies.ca)
  • id":2024015986750,"title":"Regular Flow\/Capsella Combo ~ for Excessive Bleeding","handle":"capsella-combo-for-excessive-flow","description":"\u003ch2 class=\"itempropWrap\" itemprop=\"description\"\u003eCapsella Combo\/Regular Flow\u003c\/h2\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e The Regular Flow is a tincture formula that helps relieve menorrhagia (i.e. heavy menstruation). (midwiferysupplies.ca)