Presented by M di-T. RUMEX CRISPUS.. Rumex crispus, Linn.. Natural order, Polygonace .. Common names, Yellow Dock; (G.), Krauser Ampfer.. Preparation, Tincture of the root.. Authorities. 1, Dr. Henry A. Houghton, Inaug. Thesis, Hom. Med. Coll. of Penna., 1852, took 6 drops of 1st dil.; 1a, same, repeated after three days; 1b, same, after five days, took 10 drops of 1st dil., first, fifth, sixth, eleventh, and thirteenth days; 1c, same, sixteenth days later, took 15 drops of tincture, first and twelfth days, and 20 drops, twenty-first day; (Nos. 2 to 8, provings by Dr. B. F. Joslin, published in Am. Hom. Rev., Trans. Am. Inst. of Hom., 1858, and in Monograph); 2, E. M. K. took a solution of 1 drop of tincture in half a glass of water, a teaspoonful twice daily for four days; 2a, same, repeated doses of 3d dil., in water, for thirteen days; 2b, same, took globules of 6th dil., repeated doses, for eight days; 3, H. M. Paine, took 10 drops of tincture, first day; 6 drops, third day; 3a, same, twelve ...
Rumex is as sensitive to cold, to baths and chilly surroundings as Rhus, but it is aggravated by motion. Bryonia may be confused with it in this aggravation from motion and from talking, but Bryonia is not so sensitive to cold air, is often relieved from cold air and worse in a warm room; the complaints subside if the room becomes cool. In Rumex the nerves are sensitive to the open air; a nervous sensitiveness to open air as marked as Nux ...
Sorrel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Common sorrel or garden sorrel (Rumex acetosa), often simply called sorrel, is a perennial herb in the family Polygonaceae. Other names for sorrel include spinach dock and narrow-leaved dock. It is a common plant in grassland habitats and is cultivated as a garden herb or salad vegetable (pot herb)…
Rumex obtusifolius, Broadleaf Dock, Bitter Dock. NameThatPlant.net currently features 3729 plants and 22,993 images. For many plants, the website displays maps showing physiographic provinces within the Carolinas and Georgia where the plant has been documented.
Presented by M di-T.. Rumex Crispus.. A tincture is made of the fresh root of the yellow Dock.. Allies :- ► The cough as well as the skin symptoms may be compared with the Kalis, especially with Caust.. Generalities :- ► Pains intermittent ; and wandering ; neuralgic P. ► Sensitiveness to open air. ► Pulsations through whole body ; over body in evening, with flushing of face, pulse 80. ► Restlessness in evening. ► Weakness ; in a warm day ; on going to bed ; with heaviness and with fulness in head and chest ; with somnolency, constant change of position and tired feeling in legs.. Mind :- ► Irritable ; and restless. ► Depressed and indisposed to exertion ; D. as if evil impended. ► Indifferent to surrounding persons and things. ► Stagnation of ideas in evening, with lassitude and uneasiness.. Head :- ► ► Aching ; nearly all day, with bruised feeling in forehead ; in forenoon ; after retiring late at night ; till going to sleep towards midnight, returned on waking an ...
Dock Leaf Beetle, Gastrophysa viridula Deg., Herbivory on the Mossy Sorrel, Rumex confertus Willd: Induced Plant Volatiles and Beetle Orientation Responses
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The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
Family: Polygonaceae. Pollen Grain Morphology: Three or four aperatures with slender furrows, coarsely reticulate. Pollen Grain Size: 27.8 + 0.1 µm by 26.8 + 0.1 µm. ...
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We have synthesized silver nanoparticles from silver nitrate solutions using extracts of Rumex hymenosepalus, a plant widely found in a large region in North America, as reducing agent. This plant is known to be rich in antioxidant molecules which we use as reducing agents. Silver nanoparticles grow in a single-step method, at room temperature, and with no addition of external energy. The nanoparticles have been characterized by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy and transmission electron microscopy, as a function of the ratio of silver ions to reducing agent molecules. The nanoparticle diameters are in the range of 2 to 40 nm. High-resolution transmission electron microscopy and fast Fourier transform analysis show that two kinds of crystal structures are obtained: face-centered cubic and hexagonal.
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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. ...
Detail záznamu - Accumulation of Y-specific satellite DNAs during the evolution of Rumex acetosa sex chromosomes - Detail záznamu - Knihovna Akademie věd České republiky
Yellow dock, also called curled dock or Rumex Crispus, is a herbal remedy thought to be a general health tonic that benefits digestive health.
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Wingspan 23-28 mm. This attractive moth is fairly common in the southern counties of England and Wales, but scarcer further north and in Ireland. The adult rests with the wings held in such a position that the reddish cross-lines of the fore and hind wings form a continuous band. The fringes are also suffused with pink. It has two generations, from May to July and in August and September. The larvae feed on low-growing plants such as dock (Rumex). ...
Wingspan 23-28 mm. This attractive moth is fairly common in the southern counties of England and Wales, but scarcer further north and in Ireland. The adult rests with the wings held in such a position that the reddish cross-lines of the fore and hind wings form a continuous band. The fringes are also suffused with pink. It has two generations, from May to July and in August and September. The larvae feed on low-growing plants such as dock (Rumex). ...
Although cathode catalyst layers (CCLs) are at the center of water management in polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs), the understanding of water movement in CCLs and their roll on fuel cell performance is still limited. In this present study, several CCLs with controlled microstructure, including main pore size, pore volume and porosity ranging from 30-70nm, 0.443-0.962cm3/g Pt/C, and 45.4-64.4%, respectively, were prepared by changing the hot-pressing pressure in a decal process, and their water management ability and cell performance were evaluated. The electrochemical analyses reveal that, as the pore size and pore volume of CCLs increase, the diffusion resistance mainly ...
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Plants need sunlight to feed and grow. Without light, the photosynthesis, the reaction by which the plant chloroplasts convert atmospheric CO2 and water into sugars and oxygen, cannot take place.
The Gas Diffusion Layer (GDL) plays several critical roles in a typical fuel cell application and is often integrated as part of the Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA). Typical applications that use GDLs consist of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (PEMFC) and Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFC). When a GDL is coated with a catalyst it is than referred to as a Gas Diffusion Electrode (GDE), which are sometimes sold or installed separately from the Membrane or MEA. Acting as an electrode is the easy … [Read more...] ...
The Gas Diffusion Layer Variety Kit (also known as the GDL Kit) comes with a variety of 5 different gas diffusion layers made up of carbon paper and carbon cloth at a discounted price! The kit includes one of each of the following types of GDL:. • Plain Carbon Cloth - 1071 ...
Vanderhoef, L. N. Two elongation responses to auxin: Implications for current hypotheses of auxin action, p. 551-559. In L. Bogorad and J. H. Weil (Eds.), Acides Nucleiques et Synthese des Proteines chez les Vegetaux, Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, ...
The water boatman ([I]Micronecta scholtzi[/I]), above, is only 2mm long but is the loudest animal ever to be recorded, relative to its body size, outperforming all marine and terrestrial species.
Article in Planta Daninha 34:e017164713 · June 2017 DOI: 10.1590/s0100-83582017350100046 · License: CC BY 4.0 1st Amna Ali 2nd Dr. Arshad Javaid 34.65 · University of the Punjab 3rd Amna Shoaib 25.65 · University of the Punjab Abstract Sclerotium rolfsii is a soil-borne fungal plant pathogen that causes diseases in more than 500 plant species. Chemical fungicides used to control this disease cause environmental pollution, therefore, plant derived compounds can be used as alternative to synthetic fungicides to reduce environmental pollution. Chenopodium album L. is a weed of family Chenopodiaceae that is used as food and also has medicinal importance. In the present study, antifungal activity of methanolic root extract of C. album was evaluated against S. rolfsii using six concentrations viz. 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 and 3.0 g 100 mL-1 amended in malt extract as growth medium. All the root extract concentrations significantly reduced fungal biomass by 15- 58% over control. Gas ...
At several heights and times of day within a crop of Zea mays, internal leaf diffusion resistance (r sub phi) and external boundary layer diffusion resistance (r sub a) were evaluated by measuring the temperature of a transpiring and a non-transpiring leaf (simulated by covering both sides of a normal lead with strips of polyethylene tape), and by measuring the immediate air temperature, humidity and windspeed. Both r sub a and r sub phi increased with depth into the crop. However, r sub a generally was less than 10 per cent of r sub phi. Profiles of latent-heat flux density and source intensity of transpiration showed that transpiration corresponded roughly to foliage distribution (with an upward shift) and were not similar to the profile of radiation absorption. The data were compared with heat budget data. The two approaches hielded quite similar height distributions of transpiration per unit leaf area and total transpiration resistance. The total crop resistance to transpiration was computed as
Nettle heralds the wild bounty of the coming spring. The early shoots emerge in late January and tender young leaves are picked in subsequent harvests throughout late winter and Spring, and often a Fall harvest. Be on the look out for nettles beginning to sprout around local wildlands. Spring nettles are more tender and mild, with a green earthy flavor that some describe as similar to spinach. Although some foragers have refined techniques for harvesting nettles barehanded, most wear gloves to avoid being stung. The sting comes from tiny hairs on the leaves and stems that carry natural chemical that is an irritant to humans and other animals, leaving painful welts. Once steamed (or boiled) for five minutes or dried, nettles will not sting you. If you do get stung, and when its not intended to treat your arthritic pain, rubbing the exposed area of skin with nearby plant Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus - a useful plant in its own right) provides a readily available antidote. As does time: "just a day ...
Woolly Burdock (Arctium tomentosum). A biennial herb with a spindle-shaped taproot and branched, furrowed stem. The leaves are ovate to cordate, stalked and white woolly below, the large basal ones forming a rosette. The globose purple flowerheads, which are covered by a web of dense cobweb-like hairs, are clustered in terminal corymbs. The rings of hooked involucral bracts turn the flowerhead into a bur when it is mature. The fruit, an achene, has a pappus of short, rough hairs.. Woolly Burdock grows throughout most of Europe by roadsides and on waste ground. It is not native to the British Isles but it is occasionally found as a casual in woods and scrub. Like Greater Burdock (A. lappa), this species has had many medicinal uses in the past. The young stalks also used to be eaten raw or cooked. The specific name tomentosum means woolly or downy. In the common name the suffix dock refers to the large leaves, which are like those of docks (Rumex).. The roots of one-year or over-wintering ...
Solanum Lycopersicum. Tomatto an unavoidable item in our dish .It is universally consumed by both vegetarians and non vegitarians. Historically thinking it’s ancestoral place may be in Latin America. From olden times the people of Mexico and California used it as a preventive for rheumatism. It is also useful in conditions like Obesity ,Diabetes and Gout, Leucorhoea ,Metrorrhagia, Sorethroat etc.. It is one of the main remedy in some forms of chronic cough. Deep,harsh cough coming as from irritation of lower chest.Tickling from throat pit causing cough. Long standing chronic cough of months standing is easily yielded to it when symptoms agree .Other related remedies here are Bell,Rumex,Amm-br and,stan-iod etc. Last year Calicut was attacked by Chikun Gunia.. The scene was just like battle field. It attacked family as a whole especially adults making them invalid and immovable.. Homoeopaths rose to the occasion and Homoeopathic remedies proved their superiority when the drug warriors of ...
In this study, the importance of drainage on dropwise condensation of a flowing air-steam mixture is investigated. The initial phase of drop growth, when diffusion is not limiting, is artificially made more important to separate the diffusion resistance to heat transfer. An apparatus with controlled removal of condensate droplets from the condenser plates is designed and tested. The dropwise condensation process is frequently interrupted upon which nucleation restarts each time. Non-artificial drainage occurs at low frequencies of typically 4 large drops per second per dm2 . Condensate removal at such a frequency that does not allow formation of large drops artificially makes the initial phase of drop growth more important. The results are believed to be important for the explaining of differences between filmwise and dropwise condensation heat transfer. It is found that the total heat transfer resistance decreases with increasing droplet removal frequency, f. When f is increased, the ratio of ...
Sheets of EPS are commonly packaged as rigid panels (size 4 by 8 or 2 by 8 feet in the United States). Thermal conductivity is measured according to EN 12667. Typical values range from 0.032 to 0.038 W/(m·K) depending on the density of the EPS board. The value of 0.038 W/(m·K) was obtained at 15 kg/m3 while the value of 0.032 W/(m·K) was obtained at 40 kg/m3 according to the data sheet of K-710 from StyroChem Finland. Adding fillers (graphites, aluminium, or carbons) has recently allowed the thermal conductivity of EPS to reach around 0.030-0.034 (as low as 0.029) and as such has a grey/black colour which distinguishes it from standard EPS. Several EPS producers have produced a variety of these increased thermal resistance EPS usage for this product in the UK & EU. Water vapor diffusion resistance (μ) of EPS is around 30-70. ICC-ES (International Code Council Evaluation Service) requires EPS boards used in building construction meet ASTM C578 requirements. One of these requirements is that ...
In this paper, we extend a recent one-dimensional isothermal steady-state generalized Darcy model for two-phase flow in the porous cathode gas diffusion layer of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell, so as to include the effect of heat transfer. As for the isothermal case, we arrive at either a fixed- or free-boundary problem, depending on the main problem parameters: inlet temperature (), inlet water saturation (), inlet relative humidity (RH), porous medium hydrophobicity and cathode overpotential (). The inclusion of heat transfer is found to limit the range of values of and RH over which two-phase flow can occur, as compared to that predicted by the isothermal model. The ensuing non-isothermal two-phase flow model equations are then computed numerically, with particular care being required for the treatment of an integrably singular inter-phase mass transfer term.. ...
Хищники, охотящиеся на членистоногих (некоторые специализируются на термитофагии). Часть видов имеют трофобиотические отношения с сосущими соки растений равнокрылыми насекомыми или посещают внецветковые нектарники (O. affinis[7]; O. bauri, O. hastatus, O. panamensis[8][9]; O. troglodytes[10][11]. Неотропический вид O. chelifer известен как поедающий фрукты и части семян, которые он в конечном счете распространяет[12][13][14]. O. laticeps и O. minutus (=O. meinerti) также собирают семена с питательной оболочкой[15]. O. malignus отличается своей привычкой поиска пищи среди кораллов во время отлива[16]. Фуражируют в ...
Small aquatic species use the cilia for locomotion, while larger ones use muscular movements of the whole body or of a specialized sole to creep or swim. Some are capable of burrowing, anchoring their rear ends at the bottom of the burrow and then stretching the head up to feed and then pulling it back down for safety. Some terrestrial species throw a thread of mucus which they use as a rope to climb from one leaf to another.[6]" ...
This European moth was first noticed in the Vancouver area in 1982. It is now one of the most frequently encountered noctuids in suburban habitats in Victoria. The caterpillars can be found by flashlight at night, in March and April, feeding on various herbaceous plants, but it seems to have a special preference for Rumex crispus, yet strangely I have had caterpillars that were found on Rumex crispus refuse leaves of the similar Rumex obtusifolia. Nevertheless, I have found them on a variety of plants, including grasses, Calendula, Cardamine, Cirsium, Plantago, Digitalis, Fragaria, Potentilla anserina, Cornus stolonifera, Myosotis, Primula and even the poisonous (to humans) Conium maculatum. The caterpillar can be recognized by the pair of triangular black marks on each of the last two segments ...
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PEM fuel cell assembly pressure is known to cause large strains in the gas diffusion layer (GDL), which results in significant changes in its mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. These changes affect the rates of mass, charge, and heat transport thro PEM fuel cell assembly pressure is known to cause large strains in the gas diffusion layer (GDL), which results in significant changes in its mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. These changes affect the rates of mass, charge, and heat transport through the GDL, thus impacting fuel cell performance and lifetime. The appropriate modeling of the inhomogeneous GDL compression process associated with the repetitive channel rib pattern is therefore essential for a detailed description of the physical chemical processes that take place in the cell. In this context, the mechanical characterization of the GDL is of special relevance, since its microstructure based on carbon fibers has strongly nonlinear orthotropic properties. The ...
Herbs, shrubs, rarely trees or climbers. Stems often with swollen nodes. Leaves usually alternate, simple; stipules united forming a sheath around the stem (ochrea). Ochreae membranous, scarious, hyaline, fimbriate, lacerate, ciliate or sometimes entire at the mouth. Inflorescence of various types, basically a cyme often disposed in spikes, heads or panicles. Flowers bisexual, rarely unisexual, actinomorphic. Perianth biseriate, composed of 3, 4, 5 or 6 tepals which are united below, the inner sometimes enlarged or modified with hooks, spines, wings or tubercles, tepals often persistent, usually enlarged and membranous in fruit. Stamens 4-9(-16), uni or biseriate with nectar secreting glands at the base, pollen grains 3-4, colpate, 3-colporate, pantoporate or triporate. Carpels 2-3, syncarpous, ovary superior, unilocular, ovule 1, seemingly basal; styles 2-4 with capitate or fimbriate stigma. Fruit a biconvex or trigonous nut, often enclosed by the persistent perianth, shining, brown to black. ...
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Liquid/gas diffusion layers (LGDLs), which are located between the catalyst layer (CL) and bipolar plate (BP), play an important role in enhancing the performance of water splitting in proton exchange membrane electrolyzer cells (PEMECs). They are expected to transport electrons, heat, and reactants/products
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Hi guys, For a university project, Ive decided to build a water rendering system, to achieve this Ive decided to use C++ in conjunction with OpenGL and GLUT. Unfortunately, Im lacking advice when it comes to the implementation so I was hoping to gather some ideas here. Im currently working on displaying an animation of the water surface. Ive been given a group of .obj files where each file represents a frame of animation. So far, Ive loaded each of these files into my program with
The Water Surface an Sea-bed are imaginary elevations in the model similar to the ground elevation for Wind loads. Both the Water Surface and Sea-bed floor can occur at any point along the vertical axis elevations. Drawing a sketch, to clearly locate the Origin, Water Surface, and Sea-bed floor relative to the pipe is important before opening the Wave dialog. To make things easier, use origin elevation Y = 0 as either the Water Surface or Sea-bed floor, then measure in the respective direction to find the other elevation and locate pipe accordingly. Using the Water Surface and Sea Level show option is a great tool to verify the Wave location relative to piping. ...
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