Then filter paper was placed at the bottom of petri dishes and by the help of pipette five different containers of the Cypermethrin , Acorus calamus
, Methamidophos and Nimolicine were spread on the filter paper.
In a few genera in the Calamoideae (Korthalsia, Calamus
, Myrialepis, Plectocomia and Plectocomiopsis) the bud is displaced longitudinally and is adnate to the internode and leaf sheath above the node of origin (Fisher & Dransfield, 1977; Fisher & Mogea, 1980).
The percent dry weight of plant matter was highest in Micrommelum pubescens (10.6%), followed by Alangium chinense (9.8%), Spondis axillaris (9.5%), Calamus
We turn now to "Calamus
"--that cluster of poems that has most preoccupied Whitman's queer readers and critics since its publication--to further explore the stakes of Whitman's queer future that never came to be.
Angelica (center) and calamus
(right) prefer wet feet and can be used to treat gastrointestinal problems.
Some species were used to treat few ailments, such as Acorus calamus
, which was used to treat only cough and toothache.
A 25-mg portion of the edge of the feather calamus
was cut and placed in a 1.5-mL tube.
and other reservoirs across the Great Plains--from Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska into Iowa, Kansas, and beyond--the water nearly boils with massive populations of gizzard shad.
Linn., commonly known as 'Sweet flag', is an aromatic medicinal plant, well known for its medicinal values.
(Acoraceae) also known as sweet flag in Indian traditional medicine is generally used for treatment of cough, fever, bronchitis, inflammation, depression, tumors, haemorrhoids, skin diseases, insomnia, hysteria, epilepsy, and loss of memory [1, 2].