Filipendula


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Filipendula

 

a genus of plants of the family Rosaceae. They are perennial, generally hardy herbs, with pinnate or pinnatipar-tite leaves. The flowers are bisexual and yellowish white, pink, or red; they are in a paniculate inflorescence. The perianth is usually five- or six-parted; the fruit is a group of carpels. There are approximately 20 species of Filipendula, distributed in the temperate and subarctic zones of the northern hemisphere. Nine species are found in the USSR. Meadowsweet (Filipendula ul-maria) usually forms thickets around marshy meadows, water meadows, underbrush, swampy light forests, clearings, and the edges of forests. Dropwort (F. vulgaris [formerly F. hexapeta-la]) has tuberous swellings on its roots; it is found on dry slopes, the edges of forests, dry meadows, and steppes. All species of Filipendula are nectar-bearing. Some species are used as ornamentals.

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In the official website, producer has shared some of the ingredients, embedded in gel's composition - cynodon dactylon extract, filipendula formosa extract, slix alba bark extract, alcanna tinctoria root extract, symphytum officinale root extract and taraxacum officinale root extract.
Radu, "Assessment of acetylcholinesterase and tyrosinase inhibitory and antioxidant activity of Alchemilla vulgaris and Filipendula ulmaria extracts," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
ostreatus sobre paja de trigo, tallos de maiz y paja de pasto Hyparrhenia filipendula con suplementos de cascara de semilla de algodon, mejora los rendimientos; la EB, de 82 a 97%, depende sin embargo de la especie de hongo y se requiere mas estudios (Fanadzo et al.
In the corner of our daughter Alice's garden are towering stems of a statuesque meadowsweet, Filipendula ulmaria Rosea.
The antiproliferative effect of heterofucans from brown algae Sargassum filipendula on cervical, prostate and liver cancer cells was well studied by Costa et al.
grasses, lower forbs (Dianthus pontederae, Filipendula vulgaris, Leucanthemum vulgare, etc.
The biomass in current assay was the brown seaweed Sargassum filipendula, commonly found along the Brazilian coast.
Feeding preference between Sargassum filipendula (Phaeophyta) and Galaxaura supocaulon (Rodophyta) was evaluated for Cymadusa filosa Savigny, 1816 in algal beds of southeast Brazil (Tavares et al.
Carex humilis 30, Festuca callieri 20, Filipendula vulgaris 10, Medicago falcata 10, Thymus cherlerioides 10, Teucrium chamaedrys 5, Trifolium ambiguum 5, Bromopsis taurica 3, Alopecurus vaginatus 3, Thymus roegneri 3, Hypericum linarioides 2, Allium rupestre 1, Alyssum repens subsp.
The analyses were based mainly on roots from Carex species and Filipendula antipyretica.