Steadily from that point onwards dipsacus
sativus became indigenous in the cloth producing region of the south Midlands.
The effects of fertilization and time of cutting on regeneration and seed production of Dipsacus
Fractionation and chemical properties of immunomodulating polysaccharides from roots of Dipsacus
canescens Chrysothamnus (LFP, viscidiflorus, association) Cirsium arvense, Salsola kali Celastrina Spring Allium textile ladon (Cramer) Azure Cercyonis Great Basin Dipsacus
As a result of this study, we have found immature stages of Metriocnemus eryngiotelmatus living in the impounded water of Dipsacus
Anoda acerifolia, Bidens pilosa, Blechum pyramidatum, Bouchea prismatica, Calopogonium coeruleum, Catharanthus roseus, Corchorus siliquosus, Cucumis dipsacus
, Dicliptera vahliana Nees (Acanthaceae), Emilia sonchifolia, Ipomoea tiliacea, Jatropha integerrima, Kallstroemia maxima, Lantana camara, Macroptilium atropurpureum, Macroptilium lathyroides, Malachra sp.
In both languages we find the motivation 'Venus' for the Dipsacus
sylvestris (Venus's basin, Venus's bath in English).
Best of all is Dipsacus
fullonum, the woodland teasel, a majestic plant growing up to six feet tall, with a spiny stem, long dark green leaves and a huge thistle-like flower.
Common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, was present in both fields as it commonly is throughout this agricultural area; other herbaceous vegetation in the fields included species of Arctium, Aster, Chicorium, Cirsium, Daucus, Dipsacus
, Solidago, Trifolium, Verbena, and Vida.
0 2 Dipentodontaceae Dipentodon 0 0 0 2 Dipsacaceae Dipsacus
Dipsacales 0 ?
Tubers rich in diosgenin and yield cortisone, a steroid hormone Dipsacus
Subtitled "The Empress and the Necromancer", the opera has the intriguing back-story that Dipsacus
, the necromancer, seeks revenge on the Empress Persicaria after she has spurned him for another man.