Synonyms for helenium or Related words with helenium


Examples of "helenium"
Helenium virus S (HVS) is a plant pathogenic virus.
The larvae feed on various composites like "Helenium" species, as well as "Aster" species.
Recorded food plants for the species include "Helenium", "Lupinus", "Malus", and various ferns.
HVY belongs to the potyvirus genus. The potyvirus genus is currently the largest of the plant virus groups, creating an optimal intracellular environment for viral translation and replication. It is one of two strains to specifically affect Helenium hybrids, the other strain being "Helenium virus S", a carlavirus. The host of HVY is the "Helenium amarum" hybrids as well as certain breeds of Chenopodium. While the hybrids can be affected by other plant viruses such as the tobacco ringspot virus, HVY tends to primarily affect the "Helenium amarum" hybrids.
Alantolactone occurs in the roots of "Inula helenium" and other "Inula" species.
Helenium bigelovii is a North American perennial plant in the Sunflower Family, commonly known as Bigelow's sneezeweed.
The larvae feed on "Aster" species and "Helenium autumnale". They bore into the stems and roots of their host plant.
The larvae feed on "Cynodon dactylon". Adults feed on flower nectar from various flowers, including "Helenium tenuifolium".
Helenium is a genus of annuals and deciduous herbaceous perennials in the sunflower family native to the Americas.
"Helenium" species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including "Phymatopus behrensii".
The larvae feed on "Baccharis", "Horkelia", "Lupinus", "Helenium", "Eriophyllum", "Scrophularia" and fern species. They bore in the shoots and roots of their host plant.
Helenium autumnale is a North American species of flowering plants in the sunflower family. Common names include common sneezeweed and large-flowered sneezeweed.
Helenium laciniatum is a North American perennial plant in the sunflower family. It is found in the states of Sinaloa and Sonora in northwestern Mexico.
In 1895 a German scientists Julius Bredt and Wilhelm Posh extracted helenin from "Inula helenium" and determined its physical and chemical properties.
"B. bifarius" forages for pollen and nectar from the following plants: Aster, Centaurea, Chrysothamnus, Cirsium, Epilobium, Ericameria, Haplopappus, Helenium, Lupinus, Melilotus, Monardella, Penstemon, Ribes, Senecio, Solidago, and Symphoricarpos.
Helenium scorzonerifolium is a Mesoamerican perennial plant in the sunflower family. It is native to Mexico and Central America, from Jalisco and Durango south as far as Guatemala.
The larvae feed on "Betula" species, "Vaccinium myrtillus", "Inula helenium", "Rhododendron" species and "Ledum groenlandicum". The species overwinters in the larval stage.
Helenium chihuahuense is a North American perennial plant in the sunflower family. It has been found only in the state of Chihuahua in northwestern Mexico.
Helenium linifolium is a North American perennial plant in the Sunflower Family, commonly known as slimleaf sneezeweed. It is found only in southern Texas.
The roots of "Inula helenium" can be extracted using alcohol or other non-polar solvents to produce helenin with a composition of about 40% alantolactone and 60% isoalantolactone.