Stolonifera

Stolonifera

[‚stäl·ə′nif·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of the Alcyonaria, lacking a coenenchyme; they form either simple (Clavularia) or rather complex colonies (Tubipora).
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Hepaprotective effect of standardized ecklonia stolonifera formulation on CCl4-Induced liver injury in sprague-dawley rats.
The clay sub-surface soils at the site have impeded permeability, and vegetation in the base of the depression consists largely of the introduced Carpet Bentgrass Agrostis stolonifera, Weeping Grass Microlaena stipoides, Broom Rush Juncus sarophorus and club-sedge Isolepis sp.
'The term comes from Phlox stolonifera, a pink flower common in the vicinity of Appalachian Mountains from Pennsylvania south to northern Georgia in the US,' Manosca told INQUIRER.net in an email interview.
The virus was detected in several ornamental species including Portulaca grandiflora, Phlox stolonifera, Scutellaria spp., Crossandra infundibuliformis, Angelonia angustifolia, Torenia spp., Helichrysum spp., Salvia splendens, and Zinnia elegans [2, 12, 15, 17].
Alongside the already dominating Phragmites, a remarkable increase was observed in the frequency of Phalaris arundinacea, Glyceria maxima, Sium latifolium, Agrostis stolonifera, and Rorippa amphibia.
Fucosterol, obtained from brown algae Ecklonia stolonifera, resulted in a decrease of lipid accumulation in 3T3-L1 pre-adipocytes.
Turner cautions researchers that red osier dogwood bark (Cornus stolonifera) has been known to be put to similar uses as Prunus bark.
guara es similar a las especies Bugula stolonifera, Bugula turrita y Bugula rylandi, aunque se hallaron diferencias entre estas especies.
Cornus alba will tolerate wet or dry conditions but if you have really wet ground, the North American species Cornus stolonifera revels in damp conditions.
Coppicing is a good way to get the most out of Cornus alba and Cornus stolonifera. Cutting down almost to ground level in February, the resulting new shoots and stems have much more brilliant bark.
Cornus alba will tolerate wet or dry conditions but if you've got really wet ground, the North American species Cornus stolonifera revels in damp conditions.
It, too, has dark red stems except in two versions: the new stems of Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' and 'White Gold' are bright yellow-green.