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  1. Alternaria saponariae (Peck) Neerg., Aarsberet. J.E. Ohlsens Enkes Plantepat. Lab: 6 () [MB#].
  2. Název. Mydlice dostala své jméno podle toho, že se používá místo mý středověku byla také velmi uznávanou léčivou diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.coi pravděpodobně přivezli do Británie Římané, kteří ji využívali na změkčování vody. Na Středním východě se mydlice běžně používá jako pročišťující prostředek a jako léčivá bylina s hojivými účinky při kožních.
  3. Dec 01,  · The structure and development of the aerial sporidial apparatus of Ustilago hypodytes is described in detail and compared with that of U. cynodontis.. Germination of the teliospores of Sorosporium saponariae is illustrated. A teliospore may give rise to an unbranched surface hypha or to an aerial hypha bearing several sporidia.
  4. Sep 17,  · People take red soapwort for swollen airways (bronchitis). They sometimes put red soapwort directly on the skin to treat poison ivy, acne, psoriasis, eczema, and boils. In manufacturing, red soapwort is used as an ingredient in soaps, herbal shampoos, and detergents. Red soapwort is used as a foaming agent in beer.
  5. Eating foods that contain saponins, a group of chemicals found mainly in plants, may help you lower your risk for high cholesterol and cancer and help you control your blood sugar, according to an article published in the "Journal of Medicinal Food" in
  6. Preparation instructions. Store in a cool and dry place. Ingredients Sesame Seeds (50%), Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Palm), Natural Spice - Saponariae Root, Nature Indentical Vanilla, Cocoa Powder-in Cocoa Flavor, Walnuts (8%) - in Walnuts Flavor, Citric Acid.
  7. saponariae is more outbreeding than the other anther-smut fungi studied so far. Tetrapolar species are indeed usually outcrossing, and M. saponariae may reveal the first known tetrapolar selfing species. The microsatellite markers will also be useful for studying the occurrence of multiple infections in Sa.
  8. In the literature, saponariae is also recorded from, among other species, Arenaria pungens; Minuartia hybrida; Moehringia muscosa; Silene viscaria. In the light of the revision by Vánky & Lutz (a) these identifications should be regarded as “sensu lato”.

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