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44 Possible Causes for Prunus, domestica, POLLEN

  • Sorbus

    , Malus, Prunus, Pyrus and Sorbus elsewhere.[] --fruits, crust, leaves and pollen were studied in 2 Slovak regions.[] Flowers provide pollen and nectar for bees and other pollinating insects, while the berries are a rich source of autumn food for birds, especially the blackbird, mistle thrush[]

  • Viscum Album

    […] spinosa, Prunus divaricata, Robinia pseudoacacia, Salix alba, Populus nigra and Sorbus torminalis).[] Their pollen assemblages are characterized by noticeable percentages of Pinus sylvestris/nigra (55-81%), Cistus, Pteridium, Poaceae, and significant frequencies ( 5%) of Scrophulariaceae[] We investigated the influence of some host trees: Acer campestre (VAA), Fraxinus excelsior (VAF), Populus nigra (VAP), Malus domestica (VAM), and Robinia pseudoacacia (VAR[]

  • Walnut

    Viburnum carlesii) Vegetables Tolerant to Juglone Onion Beets Squash and Melons Carrot Parsnips Beans Corn Fruit Trees Tolerant to Juglone Cherry, Nectarine, Plum, Peach (Prunus[] Co-sensitization with birch (Betula verrucosa) pollen has been reported. We aimed to identify a walnut allergen homologous to the major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1.[] Chapter: 25 (Page no: 475) Malus domestica apple. Author(s): Brown, S. K. Maloney, K. E.[]

  • Dipsacus

    Senegal, A. pycnantha, A. karroo, A. cyanophylla, egg plum (Prunus domestica), almond (P. amygdalus), peach (P. pérsica), Anogeissus lattifolia (gum ghatti), Vigilia oroboides[] […] class pollen grains Pollen morphology pollen types pore porus puncta Sagittaria salsoloides Scabiosa scabrae Scanning electron micrograph sexine short-styled specimens Silicone[] Bees, butterflies, moths, hoverflies and many others visit flowers to feed on nectar and pollen; while doing so they transfer pollen and increase seed set and fruit development[]

  • Gloriosa Superba

    Brucea, Catharanthus, Chrysanthemum, Coleus, Corydalis, Coreopsis, Emilia, Ginkgo, Gloriosa, Hypericum, Inonotus, Leucosceptrum, Lilium, Linum, Mosses, Nandina, Penstemon, Prunus[] Gloriosa is a good cut flower, lasting well in a vase though the pollen can stain. But look at the flower shape.[] Flower has 6 stamens, the length of stamens is between 3 to 4 cm, and each bears a large anther at the tip that drops large amounts of yellow pollen.[]

  • Polyphenol

    Google Scholar Swain T, Hillis WE (1959) The phenolic constituents of Prunus domestica. I.-The quantitative analysis of phenolic constituents.[] Vegetables: Broccoli, cabbage, purple potatoes, celery, onion, parsley Beverages: Red wine, black tea, white tea, green tea Other Foods: Honey, bee pollen (I take this daily[] Malus domestica (Apple) (Pyrus malus) Reviewed - Annotation score: - Experimental evidence at transcript level i Function i Catalyzes the oxidation of mono- and o-diphenols[]

  • Prunus Avium

    Genetic relationships between diploid and allotetraploid cherry species (Prunus avium, Prunus xgondouinii and Prunus cerasus). Heredity . 93(6): 631–638.[] One crossreacting area on the major birch pollen allergen Bet v 1 and its homologue in cherry (Prunus avium) Pru av 1 has already been identified.[] Anatomical and morphological study of apple (Malus x domestica Borth.) flower buds growing under inadequate winter chilling. J. Hortic. Sci.[]

  • Prunus Virginiana

    Prunus fimbriata Steud. Prunus micrantha Steud. Prunus montana Hort. ex C. Koch Prunus obovata Bigel. Prunus rubra Ait.[] Honey/Bee Pollen: A plant used as a source of food for Honey Bees, and may be a flavor of honey such as clover or alfalfa.[] The cultivated varieties of the prune tree, Prunus domestica, or prune, are believed to descend from a wild prune, native to Greece , the shores of the Black Sea, and the[]

  • Eucalyptus

    […] foetidissima Keckiella cordifolia Mackaya bella Mimulus hybrids Muehlenbeckia complexa Nephrolepis exaltata Olmedeilla betchlerana Ophiopogon clarkii Ophiopogon japonicus Prunus[] Abstract Eucalyptus is known as a potential cause of cutaneous diseases due to contact with oil or pollens, and of respiratory allergic diseases due to exposure to pollens[] Arbutus unedo Betula spp Castanea sativa Cedrus spp Fagus sylvatica Fraxinus spp Ilex aquifolium Juglans spp Juniperus spp Larix decidua Olea europaea Picea spp Pinus spp Prunus[]

  • Taxus Poisoning

    DOMESTICA AND PRUNUS SALICINA USING MATURE SEEDS 373 MICROPROPAGATION OF JUGLANS REGIA L 380 TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF MONGOLIAN CHERRY PRUNUS FRUTICOSA L AND NANKING[] Vanhaelen M, Duchateau J, Vanhaelen-Fastre R, Jaziri M (2002) Taxanes in Taxus baccata pollen: cardiotoxicity and/or allergenicity?[] Dioscorides (Greek physician) observed that the yew emitted poisonous fumes (pollen).[]