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Bellis perennis

  • T. K. Lim
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Synonyms

Aster bellis E.H.L. Krause, Bellis alpina Hegetschw., Bellis armena Boiss., Bellis croatica Gand., Bellis hortensis Mill., Bellis hybrida Ten., Bellis integrifolia DC., Bellis margaritifolia Huter, Bellis minor Garsault (inval.), Bellis perennis var. caulescens Rochebr., Bellis perennis f. discoidea D.C. McClint., Bellis perennis var. fagetorum Lac., Bellis perennis var. hybrida (Ten.) Fiori, Bellis perennis subsp. hybrida (Ten.) Nyman, Bellis perennis var. margaritifolia (Huter) Fiori, Bellis perennis var. microcephala Boiss., Bellis perennis f. plena Sacc., Bellis perennis f. pumila (Arv.-Touv. & Dupuy) Rouy, Bellis perennis var. pusilla N. Terracc., Bellis perennis f. rhodoglossa Sacc., Bellis perennis var. strobliana Bég., Bellis perennis var. subcaulescens Martrin-Donos, Bellis perennis var. tubulosa F.J. Schultz, Bellis perennis f. tubulosa A. Kern., Bellis pumila Arv.-Touv. & Dupuy, Bellis pusilla (N. Terracc.) Pignatti, Bellis scaposa Gilib. [Invalid], Bellis validula...

Keywords

Triterpenoid Saponin Triterpene Saponin Dioic Acid Linoleic Acid Peroxide Postpartum Blood Loss 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. K. Lim
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  1. 1.CanberraAustralia

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