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Angiosperm Families - Altingiaceae Lindl.
... . Arbutin absent. Sugars transported as oligosaccharides + sucrose (Liquidambar). Geography, cytology. Temperate to tropical. Asia Minor, temperate and tropical Southeast Asia, North and Central America. X = 8. Taxonomy. Subclass Dicotyledonae; Crassinucelli. Dahlgren’s Superorder ...
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Beets
... immediate ancestor. The ancestor crop of today's beet occurs widely over the Mediterranean lands, Asia Minor, the Caucasus, and the Near East. It is believed to have originated in the Mediterranean ...
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Rhododendron History
... Linnaeus used the term rhododendron in 1753 for only a few species: R. ponticum of Asia Minor, R. dauricum of Siberia, R. maximum from America, R. ferrugineum and R. hirsutum of ... table] R. camtschaticum formerly called Therorhodion camtschaticum is an deciduous elepidote rhododendron found in northeast Asia to Japan, coastal Alaska, British Columbia and also abundant in West Greenland, . This low ...
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Chestnut Recipes and Cooking Information
... "Christmas Song" brings to mind, the chestnut is an endearing holiday treat. Yet in Europe, Asia and Africa, chestnuts are often used as an everyday potato substitute. Although they are wonderful ... it that the Greek army survived on their stores of chestnuts during their retreat from Asia Minor in 401-399 B.C. Chestnuts contain twice as much starch as potatoes. It's ...
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Hunt Institute: Benjamin Yoe Morrison
... , XCIX (38) 4 January 1929]. Transcript: [Siehe, W. The Juno Group of Iris Species in Asia Minor. Allgemeine Botanische Zeitschrift No. 7/8. July–August 1905]. Copy of description of U.S ...
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Allium
... , useful for some iron and vitamins or as a mild antibiotic Other interest: native to Asia Minor; used as long ago as 4000 years in China from where brought to the west ...
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Crocus
... flowers early, cold hardy to zone 4 biflorus (bii-flor' us)--Scotch Crocus, native to Asia Minor, hardy to zone 4, often white with purple stripes, silvery leaves chrysanthus (chra-san' thus ... 6, native to Asia Minor, leaves appearing with the 3-5 scented flowers, yellow flowers usually with some green or orange kotschyanus subsp. kotschyanus(cot-ski-aa' nuss)--native to Asia Minor, cold hardy ...
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Trees of Reed: Birches
... bright green leaves turn yellow in the fall. The tree is native to Europe and Asia Minor. In some parts of northern Europe, the sap of the white birch was once brewed ...
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Hyssopus officinalis
... credits, and they wouldnt mind. Which brings me to the humble hyssop. Native to Asia Minor and the Mediterranean, this perennial has had roles in culinary, medicinal, and ceremonial productions for ...
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Vinca minor - Plants For A Future database report
... making a donation with paypal. Back to main Search Page Vinca minor - L. Lesser Periwinkle Author L. Botanical references 11, 17, 200 ... also including Britain, from Denmark south and east to Spain and W. Asia. Habitat Fields, woodland edges, copses and hedgerows[7, 13, 17]. ... known medicinal herbs from around the world. Readers Comments Vinca minor Brenda Kelley Mon May 2 00:46:37 2005 Vincristine, ...
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