A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. Members contain 5-methyl-8-hydroxycoumarin. The common name of centaury is more often used for CENTAURIUM
A large plant family of the order Asterales, subclass Asteridae, class Magnoliopsida. The family is also known as Compositae. Flower petals are joined near the base and stamens alternate with the corolla lobes. The common name of "daisy" refers to several genera of this family including Aster; CHRYSANTHEMUM; RUDBECKIA; TANACETUM.
A picolinic acid derivative that is used as a herbicide.
An antiseptic with mild fungistatic, bacteriostatic, anthelmintic, and amebicidal action. It is also used as a reagent and metal chelator, as a carrier for radio-indium for diagnostic purposes, and its halogenated derivatives are used in addition as topical anti-infective agents and oral antiamebics.
Non-native organisms brought into a region, habitat, or ECOSYSTEM by human activity.

Bayesian inference of recent migration rates using multilocus genotypes. (1/35)

A new Bayesian method that uses individual multilocus genotypes to estimate rates of recent immigration (over the last several generations) among populations is presented. The method also estimates the posterior probability distributions of individual immigrant ancestries, population allele frequencies, population inbreeding coefficients, and other parameters of potential interest. The method is implemented in a computer program that relies on Markov chain Monte Carlo techniques to carry out the estimation of posterior probabilities. The program can be used with allozyme, microsatellite, RFLP, SNP, and other kinds of genotype data. We relax several assumptions of early methods for detecting recent immigrants, using genotype data; most significantly, we allow genotype frequencies to deviate from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium proportions within populations. The program is demonstrated by applying it to two recently published microsatellite data sets for populations of the plant species Centaurea corymbosa and the gray wolf species Canis lupus. A computer simulation study suggests that the program can provide highly accurate estimates of migration rates and individual migrant ancestries, given sufficient genetic differentiation among populations and sufficient numbers of marker loci.  (+info)

Microsatellite allele sizes: a simple test to assess their significance on genetic differentiation. (2/35)

The mutation process at microsatellite loci typically occurs at high rates and with stepwise changes in allele sizes, features that may introduce bias when using classical measures of population differentiation based on allele identity (e.g., F(ST), Nei's Ds genetic distance). Allele size-based measures of differentiation, assuming a stepwise mutation process [e.g., Slatkin's R(ST), Goldstein et al.'s (deltamu)(2)], may better reflect differentiation at microsatellite loci, but they suffer high sampling variance. The relative efficiency of allele size- vs. allele identity-based statistics depends on the relative contributions of mutations vs. drift to population differentiation. We present a simple test based on a randomization procedure of allele sizes to determine whether stepwise-like mutations contributed to genetic differentiation. This test can be applied to any microsatellite data set designed to assess population differentiation and can be interpreted as testing whether F(ST) = R(ST). Computer simulations show that the test efficiently identifies which of F(ST) or R(ST) estimates has the lowest mean square error. A significant test, implying that R(ST) performs better than F(ST), is obtained when the mutation rate, mu, for a stepwise mutation process is (a) >/= m in an island model (m being the migration rate among populations) or (b) >/= 1/t in the case of isolated populations (t being the number of generations since population divergence). The test also informs on the efficiency of other statistics used in phylogenetical reconstruction [e.g., Ds and (deltamu)(2)], a nonsignificant test meaning that allele identity-based statistics perform better than allele size-based ones. This test can also provide insights into the evolutionary history of populations, revealing, for example, phylogeographic patterns, as illustrated by applying it on three published data sets.  (+info)

Altered gene expression in three plant species in response to treatment with Nep1, a fungal protein that causes necrosis. (3/35)

Nep1 is an extracellular fungal protein that causes necrosis when applied to many dicotyledonous plants, including invasive weed species. Using transmission electron microscopy, it was determined that application of Nep1 (1.0 micro g mL(-)(1), 0.1% [v/v] Silwet-L77) to Arabidopsis and two invasive weed species, spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa) and dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), caused a reduction in the thickness of the cuticle and a breakdown of chloroplasts 1 to 4 h after treatment. Membrane breakdown was most severe in cells closest to the surface of application. Differential display was used to isolate cDNA clones from the three species showing differential expression in response to Nep1 treatment. Differential gene expression was observed for a putative serpin (CmSER-1) and a calmodulin-like (CmCAL-1) protein from spotted knapweed, and a putative protein phosphatase 2C (ToPP2C-1) and cytochrome P-450 (ToCYP-1) protein from dandelion. In addition, differential expression was observed for genes coding for a putative protein kinase (AtPK-1), a homolog (AtWI-12) of wound-induced WI12, a homolog (AtLEA-1) of late embryogenesis abundant LEA-5, a WRKY-18 DNA-binding protein (AtWRKY-18), and a phospholipase D (AtPLD-1) from Arabidopsis. Genes showing elevated mRNA levels in Nep1-treated (5 micro g mL(-)(1), 0.1% [v/v] Silwet-L77) leaves 15 min after Nep1 treatment included CmSER-1 and CmCAL-1 for spotted knapweed, ToCYP-1 and CmCAL-1 for dandelion, and AtPK-1, AtWRKY-18, AtWI-12, and AtLEA-1 for Arabidopsis. Levels of mRNA for AtPLD-1 (Arabidopsis) and ToPP2C-1 (dandelion) decreased rapidly in Silwet-L77-treated plants between 15 min and 4 h of treatment, but were maintained or decreased more slowly over time in Nep1-treated (5 micro g mL(-)(1), 0.1% [v/v] Silwet-L77) leaves. In general, increases in mRNA band intensities were in the range of two to five times, with only ToCYP-1 in dandelion exceeding an increase of 10 times. The identified genes have been shown to be involved or are related to gene families that are involved in plant stress responses, including wounding, drought, senescence, and disease resistance.  (+info)

Allelopathy and exotic plant invasion: from molecules and genes to species interactions. (4/35)

Here we present evidence that Centaurea maculosa (spotted knapweed), an invasive species in the western United States, displaces native plant species by exuding the phytotoxin (-)-catechin from its roots. Our results show inhibition of native species' growth and germination in field soils at natural concentrations of (-)-catechin. In susceptible species such as Arabidopsis thaliana, the allelochemical triggers a wave of reactive oxygen species (ROS) initiated at the root meristem, which leads to a Ca2+ signaling cascade triggering genome-wide changes in gene expression and, ultimately, death of the root system. Our results support a "novel weapons hypothesis" for invasive success.  (+info)

Inheritance of resistance to clopyralid and picloram in yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis L.) is controlled by a single nuclear recessive gene. (5/35)

The noxious weed yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis L.) can be controlled effectively at the seedling stage with foliar application of the auxinic herbicides picloram or clopyralid. Although resistance to these herbicides is rare, a yellow starthistle biotype resistant to picloram and cross-resistant to clopyralid was observed in 1989 near Dayton, WA, in a pasture that had been subjected to intensive picloram selective pressure. Our objective was to determine the mode of inheritance for this resistance trait. Transmission of the resistant phenotype was monitored in reciprocal F(1) crosses between susceptible (SCI) and resistant (RDW) plants, their testcross and pseudo-F(2) progeny. Progeny from all crosses, as well as RDW and SCI seedlings of original populations, were sprayed with picloram or clopyralid to distinguish between susceptible and resistant individuals. All F(1) progeny were susceptible to both herbicides, indicating that the resistance trait was of nuclear origin and recessive in nature. Segregation of the resistant phenotype among pseudo-F(2) and testcross progeny of F(1) genotypes demonstrated monofactorial inheritance (P >.25) for resistance to both herbicides. The conclusion that resistance is conferred by a single recessive allele is consistent with the observation that no other picloram-resistant yellow starthistle populations have been identified in the area since picloram selection pressure was abated.  (+info)

Realistic species losses disproportionately reduce grassland resistance to biological invaders. (6/35)

Consequences of progressive biodiversity declines depend on the functional roles of individual species and the order in which species are lost. Most studies of the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relation tackle only the first of these factors. We used observed variation in grassland diversity to design an experimental test of how realistic species losses affect invasion resistance. Because entire plant functional groups disappeared faster than expected by chance, resistance declined dramatically with progressive species losses. Realistic biodiversity losses, even of rare species, can thus affect ecosystem processes far more than indicated by randomized-loss experiments.  (+info)

Fine-scale genetic structure and gene dispersal in Centaurea corymbosa (Asteraceae). II. Correlated paternity within and among sibships. (7/35)

The fine-scale pattern of correlated paternity was characterized within a population of the narrow-endemic model plant species, Centaurea corymbosa, using microsatellites and natural progeny arrays. We used classical approaches to assess correlated mating within sibships and developed a new method based on pairwise kinship coefficients to assess correlated paternity within and among sibships in a spatio-temporal perspective. We also performed numerical simulations to assess the relative significance of different mechanisms promoting correlated paternity and to compare the statistical properties of different estimators of correlated paternity. Our new approach proved very informative to assess which factors contributed most to correlated paternity and presented good statistical properties. Within progeny arrays, we found that about one-fifth of offspring pairs were full-sibs. This level of correlated mating did not result from correlated pollen dispersal events (i.e., pollen codispersion) but rather from limited mate availability, the latter being due to limited pollen dispersal distances, the heterogeneity of pollen production among plants, phenological heterogeneity and, according to simulations, the self-incompatibility system. We point out the close connection between correlated paternity and the "TwoGener" approach recently developed to infer pollen dispersal and discuss the conditions to be met when applying the latter.  (+info)

Centaurea revisited: A molecular survey of the Jacea group. (8/35)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The genus Centaurea has traditionally been considered to be a complicated taxon. No attempt at phylogenetic reconstruction has been made since recent revisions in circumscription, and previous reconstructions did not include a good representation of species. A new molecular survey is thus needed. METHODS: Phylogenetic analyses were conducted using sequences of the internal transcribed spacers (ITS) 1 and 2 and the 5.8S gene. Parsimony and Bayesian approaches were used. KEY RESULTS: A close correlation between geography and the phylogenetic tree based on ITS sequences was found in all the analyses, with three main groups being resolved: (1) comprising the most widely distributed circum-Mediterranean/Eurosiberian sections; (2) the western Mediterranean sections; and (3) the eastern Mediterranean and Irano-Turanian sections. The results show that the sectional classification in current use needs major revision, with many old sections being merged into larger ones. A large polytomy in the eastern Mediterranean clade suggests a rapid and recent speciation in this group. Some inconsistencies between morphology and molecular phylogeny may indicate that hybridization has played a major role in the evolution of the genus. CONCLUSIONS: Phylogenetic analysis of ITS has been useful in identifying the major lineages in the group, and unraveling many inconsistencies in the sectional classification. However, most recent groups in the eastern Mediterranean clade are not resolved and reticulation in the western Mediterranean group of sections makes phylogenetic relationships within these two groups somewhat obscure.  (+info)

"Centaurea" is a genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, also known as the daisy family. These plants are commonly known as knapweeds or star-thistles and include various species that can be found in different parts of the world, particularly in Europe and Asia. Some Centaurea species have medicinal properties and have been used in traditional medicine to treat ailments such as digestive issues, skin conditions, and respiratory problems. However, it is essential to consult with a healthcare professional before using any herbal remedies, as they can interact with other medications or have adverse effects.

Asteraceae is a family of flowering plants commonly known as the daisy family or sunflower family. It is one of the largest and most diverse families of vascular plants, with over 1,900 genera and 32,000 species. The family includes a wide variety of plants, ranging from annual and perennial herbs to shrubs and trees.

The defining characteristic of Asteraceae is the presence of a unique type of inflorescence called a capitulum, which resembles a single flower but is actually composed of many small flowers (florets) arranged in a dense head. The florets are typically bisexual, with both male and female reproductive structures, and are radially symmetrical.

Asteraceae includes many economically important plants, such as sunflowers, daisies, artichokes, lettuce, chicory, and ragweed. Some species of Asteraceae are also used in traditional medicine and have been found to contain bioactive compounds with potential therapeutic uses.

It's worth noting that the taxonomy of this family has undergone significant revisions in recent years, and some genera and species have been moved to other families or renamed.

Picloram is a selective herbicide that is used to control broadleaf weeds and brush in a variety of settings, including agriculture, rangelands, and aquatic environments. It is a systemic compound, meaning that it is absorbed by the plant and then transported throughout its tissues, disrupting growth processes and ultimately leading to death.

In medical terms, Picloram may be encountered as a potential environmental exposure or contaminant. While it is not typically used in medical treatments, there have been some studies investigating its potential use as an anticancer agent. However, more research is needed before Picloram can be considered a standard treatment for any medical condition.

It's important to note that Picloram can have harmful effects on humans and other non-target organisms if not used properly. Therefore, it should only be handled and applied by trained professionals who are familiar with its potential risks and proper usage guidelines.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Oxyquinoline" does not have a specific medical definition as it is not a widely recognized medical term or a medication used in human healthcare. Oxyquinoline is an organic compound that contains a quinoline ring substituted with an alcohol group (hydroxyl) at position 8. It has been used in the past as a disinfectant and antiseptic, but it's not common in modern medical practice.

If you have any questions about medical terminology or concepts, please provide more context so I can offer a more accurate and helpful response.

In the context of medical and ecological health, an "introduced species" refers to a plant or animal population that has been intentionally or unintentionally introduced by human actions into a new environment, outside of their natural historical range, where they do not have any known native predecessors. These introductions can occur through various means such as accidental transportation in cargo, deliberate releases for purposes like biological control or pets, and escapes from cultivation.

Introduced species can become invasive if they adapt well to their new environment, reproduce rapidly, outcompete native species for resources, and disrupt local ecosystems. This can lead to significant ecological changes, loss of biodiversity, impacts on human health, and economic consequences. Some introduced species carry diseases or parasites that can affect humans, livestock, and wildlife in the new environment, posing potential public health concerns.

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... is a species of Centaurea found in Romania and the Balkan Peninsula. "Centaurea atropurpurea in Tropicos ... Media related to Centaurea atropurpurea at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea atropurpurea at Wikispecies v t e ( ...
... is a species of Centaurea that grows in the wild under full sun in northern Iraq and Armenia and in many other ... Centaurea behen @ CatalogueOfLife.org. The Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin Met with in British India, volume 2, by Dymock ... Centaurea, Medicinal plants of Asia, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
... , is a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the genus Centaurea of the family Asteraceae. It is an ... S. Öksüz, S. Serin & G. Topçu (1994)Sesquiterpene lactones from Centaurea hermannii Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine ... Centaurea, Flora of European Turkey, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
Centaurea microcalathina Tarassov Centaurea cycladum Heldr. Centaurea parviflora Sibth. & Sm., non Desf. Centaurea comperiana ... Centaurea diffusa, also known as diffuse knapweed, white knapweed or tumble knapweed, is a member of the genus Centaurea in the ... Media related to Centaurea diffusa at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea diffusa at Wikispecies (Articles with short ... Centaurea diffusa) and Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea maculosa)". Weed Technology. 12 (2): 353-362. doi:10.1017/S0890037X00043931 ...
Flora Europaea: Centaurea cyanus UK Biodiversity Action Plan: Centaurea cyanus Briefing sheet on Centaurea cyanus (sheet - ... The seeds of Centaurea cyanus are one of the favourite foods of the European goldfinch. Centaurea cyanus was found to produce ... As Centaurea cyanus is a self-incompatible species, it needs external pollination. The nectar of Centaurea cyanus is very sweet ... Due to its strong roots, Centaurea cyanus is difficult to control mechanically in spring. The pollen of Centaurea cyanus is ...
... , the thin-leaved centaury, is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. The IUCN has classified the ... "Centaurea leptophylla (K.Koch) Tchich". Plants of the World Online. Archived from the original on 2022-03-05. Retrieved 2022-03 ... "Centaurea leptophylla (K.Koch) Tchich". The Plant List. Archived from the original on 2022-03-05. Retrieved 2022-03-05. " ... "Centaurea leptophylla (C. Koch) Tchihat". Encyclopedia of Life. Archived from the original on 2022-03-05. Retrieved 2022-03-05 ...
"Centaurea demirizii Wagenitz - the Plant List". "A New Centaurea L. (Asteraceae) Species from Turkey". Archived from the ... Holotype of Centaurea demirizii Wagenitz - family COMPOSITAE Karyological studies of four endemic Centaurea L. species, 2015 ... Centaurea demirizii, or Demiriz's centaury, is a herbaceous plant, a member of the family Asteraceae. It is an endemic species ...
"Centaurea tamanianiae M.V.Agab". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 2022-03-05. "Centaurea tamanianiae M.V.Agab". www.gbif.org. Retrieved ... "Centaurea tamanianiae M.V.Agab. , Plants of the World Online , Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. Retrieved 2022-03-05. ... Centaurea leptophylla, or Tamanyan's centaury, is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. The IUCN has classified the ... "Centaurea tamanianiae M.V.Agab. - The Plant List". www.theplantlist.org. Retrieved 2022-03-05. " ...
"Centaurea paniculata in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea paniculata at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea ... Centaurea paniculata, the Jersey knapweed, is a species of Centaurea found in France and northern Italy. BSBI List 2007 (xls). ... USDA, NRCS (n.d.). "Centaurea paniculata". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant ...
... , the squarrose knapweed, is a species of plant belonging to the genus Centaurea of the family Asteraceae ... Centaurea triumfettii prefers dry and sunny places, in deciduous bushes, on meadows and subalpine grass slopes. The soil should ... 205 vol III Media related to Centaurea triumfettii at Wikimedia Commons Biolib (Articles with short description, Short ... Zipcodezoo Euro+Med PlantBase - The information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity Centaurea Pignatti S. - Flora ...
"Centaurea pumilio in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea pumilio at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea pumilio at ... Centaurea pumilio is a rare sand-loving species of the eastern Mediterranean. In Crete it is found only on the beaches of ... Centaurea pumilio is included in the IUCN Red Data List in the category of threatened plants. Flowers are pink and ...
"Centaurea pullata in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea pullata at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea pullata at ... Centaurea pullata is a species of Centaurea found in Southwest Europe and Northwest Africa. "C. pullata" (PDF). Flora Iberica. ... Centaurea, Flora of Southwestern Europe, Flora of North Africa, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
... , the lesser star-thistle or North African knapweed, is a species of Centaurea. It is native to southwestern ... USDA, NRCS (n.d.). "Centaurea diluta". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data ... Centaurea, Flora of Malta, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
"Centaurea hyalolepis Boiss. - Encyclopedia of Life". eol.org. Retrieved 2022-02-04. Mifsud, Stephen (2002-08-23). "Centaurea ... Centaurea hyalolepis is a species of plants in the family Asteraceae. This article incorporates text from a free content work. ... Licensed under CC0 (license statement/permission). Text taken from Centaurea hyalolepis​, . Encyclopedia of Life. " ... Centaurea, Flora of Malta, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
... , commonly called American starthistle or American basketflower, is an annual native to the southern central ...
... , the Pannonian knapweed, is a Pannonian sub-endemic plant, mostly found in the Pannonian Basin. It grows ... Centaurea sadleriana JANKA List of protected species in Hungary v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is ... different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Centaurea, Plants described in 1878, All stub articles, Cardueae ...
... , commonly called wig knapweed, is a species of Centaurea. It is native to Europe. Koutecký, Petr (2007-03-01 ... Centaurea, Plants described in 1753, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
... Flora of North America. eFloras.org Centaurea macrocephala. Missouri Botanical Garden. Centaurea ... Centaurea macrocephala. Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). Centaurea macrocephala. Invasive.org, Center for ... Centaurea macrocephala is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, and a member of the thistle tribe, Cardueae ( ... This is the largest Centaurea in cultivation and is easily recognized. As the plant has been transported around the world for ...
... is a species of Centaurea found in the Eastern Mediterranean. "Centaurea seridis in Tropicos". Media related ... to Centaurea seridis at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea seridis at Wikispecies v t e (Articles with short ...
"Starthistle, yellow (Centaurea solstitialis), purple (Centaurea calcitrapa), and Iberian (Centaurea iberica)". Pacific ... Centaurea iberica, the Iberian knapweed or Iberian star-thistle, is a species of Centaurea. It is native to southeastern Europe ... Media related to Centaurea iberica at Wikimedia Commons Jepson Manual Treatment Photo gallery v t e (Articles with short ... USDA, NRCS (n.d.). "Centaurea iberica". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data ...
"Centaurea aspera in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea aspera at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea aspera at ... Centaurea aspera, the rough star-thistle, is a species of Centaurea found in Europe and in New York, United States. Flower Bud ... Plant Centaurea aspera - MHNT USDA, NRCS (n.d.). "Centaurea aspera". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North ...
... is a species of the genus Centaurea which is only found growing in Sardinia and associated islands. Due to ... Media related to Centaurea horrida at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea horrida at Wikispecies v t e (Articles with ... "Centaurea horrida in Tropicos". Mameli, G.; Giligheddu, R.; Binelli, G. (2008). "The Genetic Structure of the Remnant ... "Centaurea horrida". International Plant Names Index. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Harvard University Herbaria & Libraries ...
... subsp. davidovii (Urum.) Dostál Centaurea uniflora subsp. ferdinandi (Gren.) Bonnier Centaurea uniflora ... Centaurea uniflora, the singleflower knapweed, is a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the genus Centaurea of the family ... uniflora Centaurea uniflora Pignatti S. - Flora d'Italia (3 vol.) - Edagricole - 1982 Media related to Centaurea uniflora at ... Centaurea uniflora reaches a height of 40-50 cm. It is densely covered with short rough hair. The stem is erect, leafy and has ...
"Centaurea nervosa in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea nervosa at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea nervosa at ... Centaurea nervosa is a species of Centaurea found in Italy in the North ( in the Alps ) where it is common, the Tuscan- Emilian ... Centaurea, Plants described in 1809, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is endemic to Crete. "Centaurea idaea Boiss. & ... "Centaurea idaea , International Plant Names Index". www.ipni.org. Retrieved 2020-08-01. v t e (Articles with short description ... Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Centaurea, Taxa named by Pierre Edmond ...
It is one of the closest relatives to Centaurea solstitialis, an extremely invasive thistle in California, but Centaurea ... Centaurea sulphurea, the Sicilian star thistle or sulphur star knapweed, is an annual herb species in the family Asteraceae. It ...
"Centaurea sicula subsp. sicula - Encyclopedia of Life". eol.org. Retrieved 2022-02-04. Mifsud, Stephen (2002-08-23). "Centaurea ... Centaurea nicaeensis is a plant species in the family Asteraceae. This article incorporates text from a free content work. ... "Centaurea nicaeensis". www.cabi.org. Retrieved 2022-02-15. v t e (Articles with short description, Short description matches ... Licensed under CC0 (license statement/permission). Text taken from Centaurea nicaeensis​, . Encyclopedia of Life. " ...
... is a species of Centaurea found in Portugal. "Centaurea collina in Tropicos". Media related to Centaurea ... Centaurea, Plants described in 1753, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ... collina at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Centaurea collina at Wikispecies v t e (Articles with short description, Short ...
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Centaurea pulchella is a species of herb in the family Asteraceae. They have achenes. ... Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of Centaurea pulchella Ledeb.. View this species on GBIF ...
Genus: Centaurea. Subgenus: C. subg. Centaurea Sectio: Centaurea sect. Centaurea Species: C. aggregata - C. diffusa - C. ... Lectotype species: Centaurea paniculata L., typ. cons.. References[edit]. *Greuter, W. & al. (2001) Proposal to conseve the ... Taxonomical and nomenclatural notes on Centaurea: A proposal of classification, a description of new sections and subsections, ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Centaurea_sect._Centaurea&oldid=8712838" ...
Centaurea tuzgoluensis Aytaç & H.Duman References[edit]. *International Plant Names Index. 2014. Centaurea tuzgoluensis. ... Genus: Centaurea. Species: Centaurea tuzgoluensis Name[edit]. ...
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Red mite on Centaurea pumilio - Detail. Centaurea pumilio is a rare sand-loving species of the eastern Mediterranean. In Crete ... Centaurea pumilio is included in the IUCN Red Data List in the category of threatened plants. ... It is closely related to Centaurea aegialophila but C. pumilio is a larger plant. ...
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The population of Centaurea diluta increased in 1990 in winter wheat plots, as compared to the previous year. Many centaurea ... The population of Centaurea diluta increased in 1990 in winter wheat plots, as compared to the previous year. Many centaurea ... Many species of Centaurea are highly invasive in California and areas throughout the world with similar climates (UC IPM; Cal- ... Centaurea diluta germinated throughout the whole summer and its frequency gradually decreased in wheat stands in 1992-93. It ...
Centaurea cyanus). Gratis brug for skoler osv., betalt brug 200 - 400 DKK /foto. Egholm, Nordjylland, Danmark. Id 70311 ...
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Along Hwy 36 between mileposts 40 and 42, and on Lawrence Road just south of Hwy 36 for at least a quarter ...
Comparative Analysis of Plant and Ground Dwelling Arthropod Communities in Lacustrine Dune Areas with and without Centaurea ... The invasive exotic spotted knapweed, Centaurea biebersteinii, has invaded significant portions of this dune system. Areas ... "Comparative Analysis of Plant and Ground Dwelling Arthropod Communities in Lacustrine Dune Areas with and without Centaurea ... "Comparative Analysis of Plant and Ground Dwelling Arthropod Communities in Lacustrine Dune Areas with and without Centaurea ...
Centaurea cyanus). Free use by schools, etc., paid use 30 - 60 EUR / photo. Family: Asteraceae. Location Løvskal. Id 380 ...
TYPE: Centaurea spinosa Linnaeus. Acrocentron Acrocentron Cassini, in Cuvier, Dict. Sci. Nat. 44: 37. 1826.. TYPE: Centaurea ... The Cyanus group is usually treated as part of Centaurea (Borsic et al. 2011; Hilpold et al. 2014), although its elevation to ... TYPE: Aegialophila pumila (Linnaeus) Boissier (Centaurea pumila Linnaeus) Lectotypified by Pfeiffer, Nomencl. Bot. 1: 62. 1873. ...
Centaurea americana). Code: CEAM Categories: Back in Stock, Flower Seeds Tags: Birds, Butterfly, Cut Flower, Flower Seeds for ... It is a sturdy annual from AR, TX, OK, NM and AZ and is the only Centaurea native to North America. Plants grow up to four feet ...
Thank you for your submission: Yellow starthistle is fairly common in the Myrtle Creek area. The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) has historically released and established biological control agents for starthistle near Myrtle Creek and we are seeing some significant reductions in starthistle infestations at some sites due the the success of the bio-agents ...
Also, see who is selling Centaurea nigra and their prices. ... Browse pictures of Centaurea nigra contributed by members along ... Centaurea nigra (common names: Black Knapweed). Centaurea nigra is a member of the genus Centaurea and is commonly known as ... Questions on Centaurea nigra. This advice is from our members, if you cant find your question, please try the Centaurea genus ... You can see all the Centaurea plants and Centaurea seeds and bulbs for sale in our garden centre which lists products from over ...
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Centaurea] From The Ladies Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials. London: William Smith, 1843. Approximately 10 1/2 x 8 ( ... Centaurea] From The Ladies Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials. London: William Smith, 1843. Approximately 10 1/2 x 8 ( ...
C. cyanus Bachelors Buttons. Most popular colour for cutting. Annual | Ht. 80cm/32
Centaurea cyanus (L.) is a plant of the Asteraceae family, originating from Europe and Middle East and now present all over the ... This paper is devoted to a study of fatty acids in Centaurea cyanus flowers and herb by GC method. ... The presented study shows the composition of fatty acids (FA) in flowers and herb of wild and cultivated cornflower (Centaurea ... 7. Pirvu L., Armatu A., Rau I., Şchiopu S., Coprean D. Centaurea cyanus L. herba, chemical composition and therapeutic ...
Centaurea angelescui - Albastrita Angelescu. Centaurea thirkei - Albastrita Tirke. Cephalanthera damasonium - Capsunita ...
We conducted a common garden experiment with an invasive plant Centaurea maculosa and a native plant Poa pratensis, in which a ...
Centaurea cineraria Colchester White. Dusty Miller. *Colchester White is a large, bright Dusty Miller, perfect in mixed ... Centaurea Colchester White is a Garden Geek plant with style - the must have accessory plant for mixed containers and summer ...
  • Centaurea (/ˌsɛntɔːˈriːə/) is a genus of over 700 species of herbaceous thistle-like flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ang Centaurea antennata sakop sa kahenera nga Centaurea , ug kabanay nga Asteraceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • B. Miheev, A. D. 1999: Obzor vidov roda Centaurea (Asteraceae) flory Kavkaza. (europlusmed.org)
  • Also known as garden cornflower and blue bottle, Centaurea cyanus belongs to the Asteraceae family. (bioexplorer.net)
  • Cornflower" is used for a few species, but that term more often specifically means either C. cyanus (the annual cornflower) or Centaurea montana (the perennial cornflower). (wikipedia.org)
  • Centaurea cyanus is an annual flower native to Europe that escaped gardens and became naturalized across southern Canada and the United States. (bioexplorer.net)
  • Centaurea cyanus" Bio Explorer, 01 October 2023, https://www.bioexplorer.net/plants/flowers/centaurea-cyanus/ . (bioexplorer.net)
  • Centaurea cyanus" Bio Explorer, October 01 2023. (bioexplorer.net)
  • [1] - "Centaurea cyanus - Plant Finder" . (bioexplorer.net)
  • Due to their habit of dominating ecosystems under good conditions, many Centaurea species can become invasive weeds in regions where they are not native. (wikipedia.org)
  • Yet other species of Centaurea - mostly ones that occur between Italy and the Caucasus - are endemics of a single island or valley, and some of these are endangered. (wikipedia.org)
  • Centaurea montana ( perennial cornflower , mountain cornflower , bachelor's button , montane knapweed or mountain bluet ) is a species of Centaurea endemic to Europe. (liquisearch.com)
  • C. montana may be distinguished from other Centaurea species in the region by its usually entire leaves, and the blue-purple colour of the outermost ray florets. (liquisearch.com)
  • The diverse Centaurea genus includes over 350 species [1] . (bioexplorer.net)
  • Where to buy Centaurea macrocephala plants & price comparison. (growsonyou.com)
  • Photos of Centaurea macrocephala plants in real gardens. (growsonyou.com)
  • You can see all the Centaurea plants and Centaurea seeds and bulbs for sale in our garden centre which lists products from over 25 popular websites. (growsonyou.com)
  • 2023. Centaurea cheirolepidoides in Kew Science Plants of the World Online . (wikimedia.org)
  • This advice is from our members, if you can't find your question, please try the Centaurea genus page or ask our friendly community. (growsonyou.com)
  • https://www.plantarium.ru/lang/en/page/image/id/617882.html (accessed on 26 Sep 2023). (plantarium.ru)
  • Centaurea scabiosa is one of the most impressive wildflowers of chalk downland, with large and conspicuous purple flowers. (theseedsite.co.uk)
  • Centaurea scabiosa has been used as a traditional medicinal plant to treat kidney problems, mouth ulcers, and to aid the healing of wounds. (theseedsite.co.uk)
  • 2019. Изображение Centaurea scabiosa L. // Плантариум. (plantarium.ru)
  • 2019. Image of Centaurea scabiosa L. // Plantarium. (plantarium.ru)
  • Kornblomst er en lettstelt plante som krever lite og blomstrer fra juni til september. (gardenliving.no)
  • Choose Bench Card Image from the Centaurea montana Black Sprite series to download your benchcard (PDF). (ballseed.com)
  • Centaurea salonitana in The Plant List Version 1.1. (wikimedia.org)
  • Both discreet and intense, this centaurea is a foliage plant par excellence, a must-have for edging, rock gardens and combination planting where contrast and texture is key. (botanix.com)
  • Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Centaurea Tagana in traditional homeopathic usage , not approved by the FDA. (abchomeopathy.com)
  • A traditional environment is filled with light, this is what makes CENTAUREA so special, with its relaxing lines and precious finishes. (meta-design.it)