Synonyms for ligularia or Related words with ligularia

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Examples of "ligularia"
Ligularia stenocephala is a species of the genus "Ligularia" and the family Asteraceae. It used to be "Senecio".
Ligularia dentata (summer ragwort or leopardplant) is a species of flowering plant in the genus "Ligularia" and the family Asteraceae, native to China and Japan.
"Ligularia dentata" contains tumorigenic pyrrolizidine alkaloids.
Ligularia fischeri, known as gomchwi in Korean or Fischers ragwort in English, is a species in the genus "Ligularia" (family Asteraceae).
The larvae feed on "Ligularia fisheri", "Ligularia tussilaginea" and "Petasites japonicus". When feeding on "Ligularia tussilaginea", the larva usually eats the leaf from the upper surface and the lower epidermis is left untouched. Rarely, the larva eats the leaf from the under surface. The pupa is usually attached to the upper surface of a leaf. When feeding on "Ligularia fisheri", the larva eats the leaf from the upper or under surface and eats large patches, here the epidermis is not left.
Ligularia przewalskii (Maxim.) Diels, also called Przewalski's leopardplant and Przewalski's golden ray, is a species of tall perennial herbaceous plant in the genus Ligularia and the family Asteraceae, native to damp places in Mongolia and Northern China and named after Nikolai Przhevalsky. It used to be called "Senecio przewalskii" Maxim. Przewalski's Ligularia is a popular ornamental plant grown for its large, deeply cut foliage and its tall spike-like inflorescences with bright yellow composite flowers blooming from July to August.
In China, "Ligularia przewalskii" is known as a medicinal plant. Its roots contain thirteen compounds, some with antibacterial activity.
Herbs: Edelweiss ("Leontopodium alpinum"), lady's slipper ("Cypripedium calceolus"), mountain bellflower ("Campanula alpina"), yellow monkshood ("Aconitum anthora"), belladonna ("Atropa belladonna"), ligularia ("Ligularia sibirica"), rustyback ("Asplenium ceterach"), yellow anemone ("Anemone ranunculoides"), globe-flower ("Trollius europaeus"), windflower ("Anemone nemorosa"), martagon ("Lilium martagon"), centaurea ("Centaurea atropurpurea"), daphne ("Daphne mezereum")
Species of grass: lady's slipper ("Cypripedium calceolus"), ligularia ("Ligularia sibirica"), bellflower of mountain ("Campanula alpina"), yellow monkshood ("Aconitum antthora"), belladonna ("Atropa belladonna"), rustyback ("Asplenium ceterach"), windflower ("Anemone nemorosa"), yellow anemone ("Anemone ranunculoides"), common moonwort ("Botrychium lunaria"), ivy white ("Daphne blagayana"), crown vetch ("Coronilla varia").
The plant is named after Soviet dendrologist Dmitry Petrovich Vorobyov (1906-1985). A number of other species including Ligularia vorobievii, Festuca vorobievii, Poa vorobievii and Carex voroboevii are named after him.
Farfugium japonicum syn. "Ligularia tussilaginea" is a species of flowering plant of the family Asteraceae, also known as leopard plant, green leopard plant. It is native to streams and seashores of Japan, where it is called Tsuwabuki (石蕗).
Ligularia (leopard plant) is a genus of robust Old World herbaceous perennial plants in the groundsel tribe within the sunflower family. They have yellow or orange composite flower heads with brown or yellow central disc florets, and are native to damp habitats mostly in central and eastern Asia, with a few species from Europe. There are about 120 to 140 species in the genus, and over half are endemic to China. The name "Ligularia", from the Latin for "strap", refers to the shape of the ray florets.
Ligularia sibirica is the type species for the genus "Ligularia". It is a 0.3-1.3 m tall perennial herbaceous plant, native to fens and damp grassy meadows in Siberia, Central and Eastern Europe. Once fairly common, it has disappeared from many places in Europe, owing to drainage of wetlands and competition from other plants invading its natural habitats; when growing in shade plants do not flower or set seed very well and seed germination is greatly reduced. This species is sometimes grown in gardens for its large leaves and tall spike like arrangement of yellow daisy like flowers.
"Ligularia dentata" is grown as an ornamental plant, chosen as much for its bold foliage as its flowers. It is used as a round-leaved accent plant or massed planting in moist sun and partial shade garden settings, and in containers. Cultivars include 'Desdemona' and 'Othello'. Selections with cream colour spotted foliage ("polka dots") are also grown.
The northern part of the temperate forest is in between a north limit of central temperate forest and boundary line(38th parallel north). There are "Betula platyphylla", "Pinus koraiensis", "Acer komarovii", "Ligularia fischeri", "Rhododendron aureum", "Epimedium koreanum", rhubarb, "Viola mandshurica", "Lithospermum erythrorhizon" and others.
Souveyrols lake is a lake in Lozère, France on the Aubrac plateau. It has a glacial origin. Its surface area is 0.016 km². On his banks, grows the spectacular plant named Ligularia sibirica. This boreal species is usually present in Russia and Siberia and is very rare in Western Europe.
The wetland was formed by meandering Ik and Belaya. Several species of plants, such as Andromeda polifolia, Scheuchzeria palustrus, Oxicoccus palustrus, Eriophoeum vaginatum, Salix myrtilloides, mentioned in the local Red Book, as well as rare Najas major, Nymphaea alba, Nuphar pumila, Leersia oryzoides, Calamagrostis neglecta, C.phragmitoides, Ligularia sibirica and Betula humilis inhabit the area. Kulyagash is proposed to be included to Ramsar sites in Russia.
Ryūfuku-ji is known for its numerous waterfalls, and many of them flow from the slopes surrounding the temple complex. Ryūfuku-ji and its surrounding forest are protected as a nature and wildlife refuse as part of the Ryūfuku-ji Municipal Forest. In late May and June the "genjibotaru" species of firefly appear around the hondō and waterfalls surrounding the temple. The temple is surrounded by dense vegetation. Notable examples of plant species such as the "otakarakō" ligularia and the "asukainode" fern are found throughout the temple complex. The forest has been designated a Prefectural Natural Monument.
灸刺和药逐去邪 By moxa, acupuncture and the compounding of drugs we may drive out the malign ("qi" that cause illness). (Of drugs and drug-plants there are:) "Huángqín" 黄芩 "Scutellaria lateriflora", "fúlíng" 伏苓 "Wolfiporia cocos", "yù" 礜 arsenolite, and "cháihú" 茈胡 "Bupleurum falcatum". "Mǔméng" 牡蒙 "Rubia yunnanensis", "gāncǎo" 甘草 "Glycyrrhiza glabra", "wǎn" 菀 "Aster tataricus", and "lílú" 藜蘆 "Veratrum niqrum". "Wūhuì" 烏喙 and "fùzǐ" 附子 both "Aconitum carmichaelii", "jiāo" 椒 , "Zanthoxylum piperitum", and "yánhuá" 芫花 "Daphne genkwa". "Bànxià" 半夏 "Pinellia ternata", "zàojiá" 皂莢 "Gleditsia sinensis", "ài" 艾 "Artemisia argyi", and "tuówú" 橐吾 "Ligularia sibirica".
In Slovakia, it is classed as 'critically endangered' CR, and it is protected within Slovak Paradise National Park, alongside other at risk species including "buxbaumia viridis" (a type of moss), "cypripedium calceolus" (Lady's Slipper Orchid), "ligularia sibirica", "pulsatilla subslavica", "pulsatilla slavica" (Slovak pasque flower) and "adenophora lilifolia". It is also protected within National nature reserve in Dreveník, near Žehra, approximately 60 species are classified as endangered including ("Pulsatilla slavica" G. Reuss.), Alpine aster ("Aster alpinus" L.), Carpathian harebell ("Campanula carpatica" Jacq.), Pontic dragonhead ("Dracocephalum austriacum" L.), European columbine ("Aquilegia vulgaris" L.), Snowdrop windflower ("Anemone sylvestris" L.), Manchurian monk’s-hood ("Aconitum variegatum" L.), Turk’s cap lily ("Lilium martagon" L.), St. Lucie cherry ("Cerasus mahaleb" (L.) Mill.), Yellow Monkshood ("Aconitum anthora" L.), Bladdernut ("Staphylea pinnata" L.) and Edelweiss ("Leontopodium alpinum" Cass.).