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see cockleburcocklebur
or clotbur,
any species of the genus Xanthium, widely distributed, coarse annual plants of the family Asteraceae (aster family). They are often persistent weeds; the two-seeded oval burrs are particularly troublesome to sheep growers and the very young
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Begomoviruses have found associated with leaf curl and mosaic diseases in many crop plants as well as in weed plants such as croton, sweet potatoes and Xanthium strumarium (Hussain et al.
For the extraction purpose, Xanthium strumarium was collected from Farm and was kept in shade for 70 days until all the moisture was expelled and then grounded separately viz.
These annuals, such as Ammannia coccinea, Cyperus acuminatus, Echinochloa crus-galli, Lindernia dubia, Xanthium strumarium, Amaranthus sp.
Xanthium Strumarium (Chhota Gokhru), relatively rare object to be found in larynx and its removal with guided telescopic laryngeal examination.
Xanthium strumarium, Typha latifolia, Asphodelus tenuifolius, Verbena, officinalis, Xanthium strumarium, Typha latifolia Asphodelus tenuifolius, Verbena officlantis, Sonchus asper, Conyza canadensis, were found in three different sites each.
The least frequently occurring species in the area was Xanthium strumarium with 6% AF and 0.
violeta 181) Vitis vinifera vid 182) Wisteria sinensis glicina 183) Xanthium strumarium abrojo, cadillo var.
1992) y los extractos acuosos de exudados de raices de pasto bermuda inhibieron significativamente la germinacion y crecimiento del algodon y las malezas prosopis Lagongchium farctum, pasto Johnson y Xanthium strumarium (Abdul-Rahman y Al-Naib, 1986).
2%), whereas the lowest adherence value was for diaspores of Xanthium strumarium on deer mouse hair (1.
Both exogenous salicylic acid and the salicylic acid fraction of brown ambrosia aphid (Dactynotus ambrosiae) honeydew that had been feeding on cocklebur, Xanthium strumarium L.
The effects of individual variation in physiological and morphological traits on the reproductive capacity of the common cocklebur Xanthium strumarium L.