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coriaria

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Angiosperm Families - Coriariaceae DC.
... sapogenins absent. Aluminium accumulation not found. C3. C3 physiology recorded directly in Coriaria. Geography, cytology. Temperate (warm), or sub-tropical to tropical. Mediterranean, mid- ... genus, Coriaria. Economic uses, etc. A few cultivated ornamentals. Foliage and fruits very poisonous. Illustrations. • Technical details (Coriaria). • Technical details, from Lindley (Coriaria). This ...
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Coriaria japonica
... Coriaria japonica Coriaria japonica Gray Coriariaceae A small (1 m), low-growing, deciduous shrub with pinnate leaves. Young ... . Home: Japan Other views: Leaves Cultivated: Germany Author: Rainer Oberle Not found! Ethnobotanical aspects of Coriaria japonica by Plants for a future database Back to the plant list
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Desirable Herb Varieties, By Herb
... dried Smooth (edible) Sumac (Rhus glabra) - a very close cousin to the edible sumac (R. coriaria), whose berries are the preferred souring agent in eastern cookery (functioning as the lemon does ...
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Nickernut
... Poinciana. The pods of several South American species of Caesalpinia, including C. brevifolia (algarobilla), C. coriaria (divi-divi) and C. spinosa (tara) yield an important source of natural tannins. The tannins ...
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Alpine Garden Society
... Conservation Conservatory Consolida Convallaria Convolvulus Cooperia Copenhagen Coprosma Coptis Corallodiscus Corallorhiza Corda Cordillera Corema Coreopsis Coriaria Coris Cornus Corokia Coronilla Corsica Cortaderia Cortiella Cortusa Corybas Corydalis Corylopsis Corylus Cosmos Cotoneaster Cotula ...
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Tico Ethnobotanical Dictionary -- R
... (N) Retamo cimarron: Dieffenbachia (C) Retamo calentano: Parkinsonia (C) Retentina: Ageratum (C) Reventadera: Bromus (C); Coriaria (C); Tanaecium (C) RHABDADENIA BIFLORA Muell.-Arg.: Mangrove vine (E); Clavelito (S) . The lates is ...
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The Plant Kaleidoscope
... Craib Clematis serratifolia Rehd. Colutea x media Willd. 'Copper Beauty' Cordyline indivisa (Forst. f.) Steud. Coriaria japonica Gray Cornus officinalis Siebold et Zucc. Corylopsis pauciflora Sieb.& Zucc. Corylopsis spicata Sieb.& Zucc ...
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Index by Botanical Names
... ) Bambusa (Bamboo) Berberis (Barberry) Betula (Birch) Betula nigra (River birch) Bougainvillea Bucida Buxus (Boxwood) Caesalpinia coriaria (Divi divi) Calliandra haematocephala (Dwarf powderpuff) Camellia Caragana (Peashrub) Carissa (Natal plum) Carmona microphylla (Fukien ...
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Divi divi
... Divi divi Divi divi - Caesalpinia coriaria General information: This is the national tree of Curacao. In sheltered locations, the tree is ...
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Anacardiaceae
... fornisce drupe con seme commestibile, usate nella confezione di dolci e insaccati; il sommacco (Rhus coriaria), un tempo coltivato per ricavarne sostanze tanniche di impiego industriale; il lentisco (Pistacia lentiscus), coltivato ...
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