Flowering plants of the world. Edited by V. H. Heywood

@article{Kallunki2008FloweringPO,
  title={Flowering plants of the world. Edited by V. H. Heywood},
  author={J. Kallunki},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2008},
  volume={46},
  pages={316}
}
Reconstructing the history of Campanulaceae with a Bayesian approach to molecular dating and dispersal-vicariance analyses.
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Biogeographic and dating analyses suggest that Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean have played a major role as centers of migration and diversification within the Campanula alliance, probably in relation to the intense orogenic activity that took place in this region during the Late Neogene. Expand
Effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew on serum testosterone and spermatogenesis in rats
The effect of Capparis decidua(Forssk.)Edgew aqueous extract on the Wistar rat testes was investigated with a view to evaluating the pharmacological basis for the use of Capparis deciduaExpand
SEED GERMINATION RESPONSES OF SOME VERBASCUM L. SPECIES TO DIFFERENT COLD-WET PRE-TREATMENTS AND PHOTOPERIOD PROCESSES
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Seed germination responses of six Verbascum L. species to different cold-wet pre-treatments and photoperiod processes were examined and it is known that seeds of some VerbascUM species can survive more than 100 years. Expand
Chemical studies and utilization of Tamarindus indica and its seeds in some technological application
Tamarind is a nutritious fruit with a variety of uses. The properties of this species have been extensively studied, particularly with reference to the components of the seed. The study revealed thatExpand
Early Spring Nectar and Pollen and Insect Visitor Behavior in Two Corydalis Species (Papaveraceae)
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The flower-visitor interaction in Corydalis species involved both biological (early pattern of diurnal flowering, protandry, pollen presentation at the moment of anthesis) and morphological (nectar hidden in deep spur) features. Expand
Evaluation of essential oil and monoterpenes of peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) under humic acid with foliar nutrition.
Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) is cultivated all over the world for its use in flavor, fragrance, medicinal, and pharmaceutical applications. Pot experiments were carried out to study the effect ofExpand
Ethnobotanical notes on Houttuynia cordata Thunb. in North-eastern region of India
Houttuynia cordata Thunb. (Family-Saururaceae) is an ethnobotanically important plant of North eastern region of India. It is a potential source of antioxidants and used extensively in treatingExpand
Evaluation of the Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Blumea Aurita
Background : There are repeated evidences suggesting potential therapeutic effects of Blumea aurita; however, the literature lacks scientific proofs for these benefits. Aims : 1) to determineExpand
NUTLET MICROMORPHOLOGY IN SELECTED SPECIES OF NEPETA L. (LAMIACEAE) IN KASHMIR HIMALAYA
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The nutlet micromorphology of thirteen species of Nepeta was investigated by scanning electron microscopy and only smooth pattern is found in the authors' species and no sculptured pattern is recognised. Expand
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Flowering Plants of the World
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An examination of more than 300 flowering plant families with specially commissioned colour plates in illustration shows the importance of knowing the phytochemical properties of these plants to the gardener and to the environment. Expand