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, city (1989 pop. 109,000), E Crimea. From 1954 part of Ukraine (then the Ukrainian SSR), it passed to Russian control in 2014 after the occupation and annexation of Crimea. Yevpatoriya is a Black Sea port, a rail hub, and a vacation and health resort.
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, Ukraine.
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Agrimonia eupatoria L., Rosaceae, commonly known as agrimony, is an erect, perennial herb, up to 100 cm high, mostly unbranched, with a cylindrical stem.
Previous results demonstrated that an aqueous extract of Agrimonia eupatoria exhibited a prominent free radical-scavenging effect against DPPH radical [3, 15, 16] and also against ABTS radical cation [17].
Agrimonia eupatoria was the only species which showed significant positive correlation (r = +0.96; P [less than or equal to] 0.05) with altitude in derived woodland (Figure 5(j)).
Agrimonia eupatoria has shown an increase in cover along altitudinal gradient because this is not a fodder species and is adapted from partially shaded to sunny condition [42].
salicina community (Molinion) in including several xerophytes and mesoxerophytes, e.g., Primula veris, Polygala comosa, Carlina vulgaris, Agrimonia eupatoria. The moister S.
caerulea communities with dry forest edge species of Trifolio-Geranietea covered small patches in dry, sunny sites along the forest-grassland edges and often contained several forest edge species such as Agrimonia eupatoria, Trifolium medium, Origanum vulgare, Melampyrum nemorosum, Solidago virgaurea.
Subsequent chapters examine sixty-four herbs that are readily available in North America, starting with Agrimonia eupatoria and ending with witch hazel and Achillea millefolium.
DIOLCH yn fawr i Dafydd Guto Ifan, Llanrug am ei lythyr cynhwysfawr yn cyfeirio at lysiau'r dryw (Agrimonia eupatoria) ac at y nifer o gyfeiriadau sydd wedi bod ato mewn gwahanol lyfrau Cymraeg dros y blynyddoedd.
DISGRIFIR Llysiau'r Dryw (Lladin: Agrimonia eupatoria) gan C.
Gwasg Maes Onn, 1995 ceir yr wybodaeth a ganlyn: Agrimonio - pilen; eupatoria - Eupator, brenin Pontus.
Llysiau'r dryw (Agrimonia eupatoria, agrimony) oedd un arall o'r cynhwysion.