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The wood of Mitragyna inermis, Bombax costatum and Anogeissus leiocarpus are little solicited for fire.
Henna, a paste made from grinding dry leaves of the Lawsonia inermis or mignonette tree, has long been used for temporary tattoos and body art, and its use is particularly prominent during festivals and celebrations.
82) Augustus had structured the defense of eastern Anatolia on client-kings in Armenia, Commagene and Cappadocia, which after its annexation as a procuratorial province in 17, remained inermis.
Stingray (family) Dasyatidae Spotted snake eel Ophichthus ophis Spanish sardine Sardinella aurita Spanish hogfish Bodianus rufus Skipjack tuna Katsuwonus pelamis Skate (genus) Raja Shrimp eel Ophichthus gomesi Sand tiger Carcharias taurus Saddled grenadier Caelorinchus caelorhincus Roughtongue bass Holanthias martinicensis Rosette skate Raja garmani Porkfish Anisotremus virginicus Offshore hake Merluccius albidus Octopus (order) Octopoda Ocellated frogfish Antennarius ocellatus Marbled grouper Epinephelus inermis Mantis (genus) shrimp Squilla sp.
inermis methanolic root extract (ORE) was investigated for phenolic and flavonoids contents, in vitro evaluated for DPPH radical scavenging activity, reducing power and in vivo tested for its gastro-protective ability against 80% ethanol induced ulcer in rats.
Natural henna used for temporary tattoos is made from leaves of the lawsonia inermis plant, which provides a vegetable coloring that comes in shades of brown, green or red.
The dominant grasses associated with the buckbrush are Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass) and Bromus inermis (smooth brome).
Bromus inermis, Agropyron dentarum, Agropyron caninum, Agrostis spp.
Lawsonia inermis (henna) is widely cultivated and used in many oriental, Middle Eastern and northern African countries.
Family Species Reference Agelenidae Agelenopsis oregonensis in Poinar (1987) Chamberlin & Ivie 1935 Amaurobiidae Eurocoelotes inermis (L.
This study compares VMS Importance Values of the top herbaceous species in all three years including Solidago altissima, Setaria faberil, Bromus inermis, and Lippia Ianceolata.