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The root of Gentiana lutea L., famous for its bitter properties, is often used in alcoholic bitter beverages, food products and… Expand Flower color variation among plant populations might reflect adaptation to local conditions such as the interacting animal… Expand This study presents a new and validated HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of bioactive compounds in Centaurium… Expand Gentiana lutea (Gentianaceae) is a valuable, protected species, included in the Red Book of Bulgaria. Microbial contamination is… Expand Summary 1. In endangered wooded pasture ecosystems established tree saplings are frequently found in spatial association with… Expand The gram‐negative bacterium Helicobacter pylori (HP), identified in 1982, is now recognized as the primary etiological factor… Expand A new triterpenoid, 12-ursene-3beta, 11alpha-diol 3-O-palmitate (1), has been isolated from the rhizomes and roots of Gentiana… Expand Summary
1 We studied reproduction and offspring performance in relation to population size in the declining self… Expand Protoplasts were isolated enzymatically from leaves of gentiana propagated in vitro. Cell division started after 4-5 days of… Expand The ultrastructural aspects of natural and control-infected (with Glomus mosseae or G. intraradices) mycorrhizal plants of… Expand