Elaeagnaceae


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Elaeagnaceae

[‚el·ē·ag′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Proteales, noted for peltate leaf scales which often give the leaves a silvery-gray appearance.
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Massagetov, Alkaloids of plants of the Elaeagnaceae family.
Mal'tsev, Phytochemical study of the bark of some plants of the Elaeagnaceae family as a natural source of [beta]-carboline indole alkaloids.
Hippophaerhamnoides belongs to Hippophae of Elaeagnaceae, and it has many characteristics, such as cold-resistant, drought-resistant, poor soil-resistant, anti- sandstorm and wide adaptability.
In the spring apterae colonize Elaeagnaceae (Elaeagnus spp., Hippophae spp.).
Seabuckthorn (SBT) (Hippophae rhamnoides), belongs to family Elaeagnaceae, is a thorny nitrogen fixing deciduous shrub, native to Europe and Asia (Rousi, 1971) and currently being cultivated in various parts of the World for its nutritional and medicinal values (Xu et al, 1994; Beveridge et al., 1999).
(del Guercio) Capitophorus hippophaes Elaeagnaceae (Walker) Carolinaia (Glabromyzus) Rhus glabra, R.
SC/NM 4 N P W Su ELAEAGNACEAE Elaeagnus angustifolia L.
Phylogeny of Hippophae ((Elaeagnaceae) inferred from parsimony analysis of chloroplast DNA and morphology.
Elaeagnaceae), commonly known as sea buckthorn and native to Europe & Asia, is a deciduous shrub, 2-4 m in height, very hardy and salt tolerant.
Jul 1838.--Type: Elaeagnus L.; Elaeagnaceae Juss., 1789.
fragilis; namely, Pyrus salicifolia (Rosaceae) and Elaeagnus angustifolia (Elaeagnaceae).