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83 Possible Causes for Celtica, gigantea

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  • Dementia

    Plants and Ingredients Edit Blister Pod Congealed Putrescence Deformed Swamp Tentacle Fungus Stalk Letifer Orca Planta Mushroom Tree (Dementia) Putrid Gigantea Screaming Maw[elderscrolls.wikia.com]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Calotropis Procera

    Keywords: Antibacterial, antioxidant, Calotropis gigantea, Calotropis procera, DPPH assay, FTIR, GC-MS, total phenolic content.[eurekaselect.com] Unresolved WCSP 2012-03-23 Asclepias gigantea Willd. [Illegitimate] Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Asclepias patula Decne.[theplantlist.org] Kew. 1: 305. 1789; A. gigantea Jacquin, not Linnaeus. Shrubs or small trees to 6 m tall.[efloras.org]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Lycoperdonosis

    "Etiology" on: Wikipedia Google Yahoo Calvatia Gigantea Langermannia gigantea (Batsch ex Pers.)[theinfolist.com] Known species of puffballs implicated in the etiology of the published cases include the widespread Lycoperdon perlatum (the "devil's snuff-box", L. gemmatum ) and Calvatia gigantea[en.wikipedia.org] Known species of puffballs implicated in the etiology of the published cases include the widespread Lycoperdon perlatum (the devil's snuff-box , L. gemmatum) and Calvatia gigantea[curvetube.com]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Coix Lacryma-Jobi

    Coix gigantea J. König ex Roxb. - Coix lacryma-jobi L. var. gigantea (J. König ex Roxb.) Stapf Coix lacryma L. - Coix lacryma-jobi L. Coix lacryma-jobi L.[plantnames.unimelb.edu.au] Gaertn. (1788); Coix agrestis Lour. (1790); Coix arundinacea Lam. (1792); Coix pendula Salisb. (1796); Coix ovata Stokes (1812); Coix exaltata Jacq. (1820); Coix gigantea[monaconatureencyclopedia.com] Coix gigantea J.Jacq. Coix lacryma L. Coix ma-yuen Rom.Caill. Coix ouwehandii Koord. Coix ovata Stokes Coix palustris Koord. Coix pendula Salisb.[tropical.theferns.info]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Circadian Rhythm

    In Arabidopsis thaliana, a circadian clock-controlled flowering pathway comprising the genes GIGANTEA (GI), CONSTANS (CO), and FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) promotes flowering specifically[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Mutations in one of these genes, GIGANTEA ( GI ), both impair circadian rhythms and delay flowering.[doi.org] […] cryptochrome; [Ca2 ]cyt, cytosolic free Ca2 concentration; DET1, DE-ETIOLATED 1; ELF, EARLY FLOWERING; FT, FLOWERING LOCUS T; FRQ, FREQUENCY; GRP, GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN; GI, GIGANTEA[doi.org]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Physalis Alkekengi

    Physalis alkekengi (franchetii) var. gigantea Giant Chinese Lanterns A member of the Nightshade family, this wonderfully cheerful magick herb is associated with Venus on account[alchemy-works.com] Blood Grass Kniphofia Caulescens - Red Hot Poker Kniphofia northiae - Red Hot Poker Large Limonium roseum - Pink Statice Limonum perezii - Perennial Statice Liriope Liriope Gigantea[whitehousenursery.com.au] General growing info Top Physalis alkekengi var. gigantea Giant Chinese Lanterns 25 seeds 3.75 If you like plants with puffy pods, take a look at Black Apple of Peru Uses[alchemy-works.com]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Aethusa Cynapium

    . & G.Martens Accepted WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Aethusa cynapium var. elatior Döll Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Aethusa cynapium var. gigantea Lej.[theplantlist.org] In Finland at least four varieties can be found, var. agrestis , var. cynapium , var. domestica and var. gigantea , which at first glance look very different from each other[luontoportti.com] Subsp. elata sensu Reduron corresponds to var. gigantea and var. cynapium , which do seem to be more frequent than the other varieties in seminatural habitats also in Norden[floranordica.org]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Pityriasis Circinata

    Fig. 1 Pityriasis Rosea Gigantea or Pityriasis Rosea Concurrent with Erythema Annulare Centrifugum?[derm101.com] Antonio Chuh , A Herald Patch Almost Encircling the Trunk—Extreme Pityriasis Rosea Gigantea in a Young Child , Pediatric Dermatology , 33 , 5 , (e286-e287) , (2016) . A.[doi.org] PR with enormous plaque is known as Pityriasis rosea gigantea of Darier.[idoj.in]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Levodopa

    Mucuna gigantea is one such Hawaiian species which has been studied as affordable sustenance and as a cover crop in developing countries.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The bean was ultimately identified as Mucuna gigantea and the patient was diagnosed with levodopa-induced gastrointestinal toxicity from consumption of the legume.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Mucuna gigantea and other Mucuna species (spp.) in general, are known to contain natural levodopa and its utility in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease has also been evaluated[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Celtica
  • Centipede Bite

    Whether you are considering the massive Amazonian Giant Centipede ( Scolopendra gigantea ) or the tiniest native species, the keeping of these fascinating but potentially[blogs.thatpetplace.com] The largest centipede in the world, Scolopendra gigantea , is a 30 cm centipede from South America that is able to eat mice and lizards.[australianmuseum.net.au] The largest centipede in the world, Scolopendra gigantea, is a 30 cm centipede from South America that is able to eat mice and lizards.[australianmuseum.net.au]

    Missing: Celtica

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