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sabatia:

see gentiangentian
, common name for some members of the Gentianaceae, a family of widely distributed herbs, chiefly perennial and fall blooming. There are many types of gentians (genus Gentiana and similar species of other genera), most of which have blue flowers.
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These plants, which are excluded from this list, include Acorus calamus L., Lonicera reticulata Raf., Oxalis violacea L., Sabatia angularis (L.) Pursh, Triodanis perfoliata (L.) Nieuwl., and Frasera caroliniensis Walter.
En un codice del siglo x encontramos ya la mencion expresa de once nombres: Martha, Saula, Brictola, Gregoria, Saturnina, Sabatia, Pinnosa, Ursola, Sentia, Palladia y Saturia.
Cuphea viscosissima, Sabatia angularis, Ratibida pinnata, Monarda
Relative fitness of selfed and outcrossed progeny in a self-compatible, protandrous species, Sabatia angularis L.
Relative fitness of selfed and outcrossed progeny in a self-compatible, protandrous species, Sabatia angularis L (Gentianaceae): a comparison in three environments.
The two had quarrelled over who should prepare their meal.The incident happened in Mang'anyuli village in Sabatia.
Mudavadi spoke on Saturday at Lusengeli Secondary School in Sabatia during a funeral service for former Nairobi Hospital chairman Sobbie Mulindi.
She was the third born of the late Mzee Hannington Mbato and the late Mama Timina Mbato at Chanderema village, Mambai Sublocation, Wodanga Location, Sabatia Sub-county- Vihiga.
(z) Sabatia angularis (L.) Pursh; Rose-Pink, Common Marsh-Pink; C = 3; BSUH 16906.
Ten species with either a state or federal listing are known to occur in the NCCG: Scutellaria montana, Spiraea virginiana, Nestronia umbellula, Phemeranthus mengesii, Sabatia capitata, Diervilla sessilifolia var.
comm.), at least the following 26 genera were medically used by Native Americans (compiled from data in Lewis & Elvin-Lewis, 1977; Duke, 1986): Acer, Cephalanthus, Cornus, Fraxinus, Hypericum, Ilex, Lachnanthus, Lemna, Liquidambar, Magnolia, Myrica, Nuphar, Nymphaea, Nyssa, Orontium, Persea, Poligala, Pontederia, Rhexia, Sabatia, Sagittaria, Salix, Sarracenia, Saururus, Typha, and Xyris.