2 edition of anatomical study of Monarda fistulosa L. found in the catalog.
anatomical study of Monarda fistulosa L.
Karl H. Rang
by University of Wisconsin in [Madison, Wis.]
Part of a thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin, 1926.
|Statement||by Karl H. Rang.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.M69 R3 1926|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||30025395|
Read more about Monarda.—Horsemint. a. Oleum Monardae.—Oil of Horsemint. Monarda fistulosa.—Wild Bergamot. Monarda is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. The genus is endemic to North America. Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea, and bergamot, the latter inspired by the fragrance of the leaves, which is reminiscent of bergamot orange. The genus was named for the Spanish botanist Nicolás Monardes, who wrote a book in describing plants of the New World. Monarda Monarda didyma .
Monarda fistulosa var. brevis Fosberg & Artz Variety: Monarda fistulosa var. fistulosa L. – wild bergamot: Variety: Monarda fistulosa var. longepetiolata B. Boivin Variety: Monarda fistulosa var. mahuexii B. Boivin Variety: Monarda fistulosa var. menthifolia (Graham) Fernald – mintleaf bergamot, wild bergamot: Variety. National Agricultural Library Baltimore Avenue Beltsville, MD
Monarda is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. The genus is endemic to North America. Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea, and bergamot, the latter inspired by the fragrance of the leaves, which is reminiscent of bergamot orange (Citrus bergamia).The genus was named for the Spanish botanist Nicolás Monardes, who wrote a book in describing plants of. Scientific Name Monarda fistulosa Linnaeus Varieties Monarda fistulosa var. brevis Monarda fistulosa var. fistulosa Monarda fistulosa var. longipetiolata Monarda fistulosa var. maheuxii Monarda fistulosa var. menthifolia Monarda fistulosa var. mollis Monarda fistulosa var. rubra Sub-species Monarda fistulosa ssp. Fistulosa (Robson,
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Zhylakova et al. () are studying the use of M. fistulosa essential oil as an anti-antiseborrheic agent. fistulosa contains many phytochemicals, some of the most abundant are: Carvacrol, Gamma-terpinine, geraniol, rosmarinic acid, thymol. Some of its essential oil constituents are; acetic acid, butyric acid, thymohydroquinone.
Key Info. Scientific Name: Monarda fistulosa L. Common Names: Wild Bergamot, Wild Beebalm, Wild Oregano, Horse Mint, Mintleaf Beebalm.
Family Name: Lamiaceae (Mint) Family. Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial. Uses: Perennial Border, Naturalizing, Meadow, Butterfly garden. Light Requirement: Full sun, Partial/sunny.
Monarda fistulosa Monarda fistulosa L. Wild Bergamot, Beebalm Lamiaceae (Mint Family) Synonym(s): USDA Symbol: mofi USDA Native Status: L48 (N), CAN. Wild bergamot, known by many other common names, is a popular and showy perennial.
Anatomical study of Monarda fistulosa L. book of lavender, pink or white flowers, looking like ragged pompoms, bloom atop ft., open-branched stems. "Notes on Monarda Fistulosa" is an article from Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Volume View more articles from Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Some biologal and phytochemical aspects of Monarda fistulosa l. species from center of medicinal plant cultivation of USMF "Nicolae Testemitanu" Calalb Tatiana, Leca Ion ”Nicolae Testemițanu” State University of Medicine and Pharmacy: Conservation of plant diversity: Ediția 4-a.
Chișinău. ISBN Author: Popescu Dorin, Brînză Sergiu. PubMed:[The volatile oil of Monarda fistulosa and incorporation of labeled CO 2 into its components]. PubMed:[Development, fine structure and oil content of gland hairs from Monarda fistulosa].
PubMed:[The triglyceride composition of seeds of Monarda fistulosa L., Monarda mollis L. and Pycnanthemum virginianum L]. Monarda fistulosa L. Monarda fistulosa Hook. Monarda fistulosa Curtis Monarda fistulosa Sims Common names Oswego-tea in English beebalm in English horse-mint in English lila temynta in Swedish mintleaf beebalm in English monarde fistuleuse in French purple beebalm in English.
A race, chemically distinct but morphologically similar to the widespread Monarda fistulosa L. var. menthaefolia (Graham) Fern., has been found to share the same habitat with the normal form in. Monarda fistulosa, commonly called Wild Bergamot, Bee Balm or Horse-Mint, has a lovely violet blossom and distinctively aromatic foliage.
It is a familiar component of prairie and savanna communities on all but the wettest of soils. Native to most of North America, it often is cited for its historical medicinal applications among indigenous people.
Monarda fistulosa L. Monarda fistulosa L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Monarda (family Lamiaceae). The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record ) with.
Wild bergamot Inflorescence Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Asterids Order: Lamiales Family: Lamiaceae Genus: Monarda Species: M.
fistulosa Binomial name Monarda fistulosa L. Monarda fistulosa, the wild bergamot or bee balm, is a wildflower in the mint family widespread and abundant as a native plant in much of.
Lamiaceae Seed Ash, %:  Mass of 1, g:  Oil, % dry wt: ; (petroleum ether, 30–60°C)  [equation]:  Iodine value (Wijs. Monarda fistulosa is a PERENNIAL growing to m (5ft) by m (1ft 8in) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is not frost tender.
It is in flower in July, and the seeds ripen in August. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees.
The plant is self-fertile. Monarda fistulosa is a bee balm native to prairies, unplanted fields, and dry rocky woodlands. Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds enjoy the light lavender flowers all summer long. These are much more drought tolerant and mildew resistant than the Monarda didyma hybrids but are easy to grow and a wonderful plant for the wildflower garden.
Noteworthy Characteristics. Monarda fistulosa, commonly called wild bergamot, is a common Missouri native perennial which occurs statewide in dryish soils on prairies, dry rocky woods and glade margins, unplanted fields and along roads and railroads.A clump-forming, mint family member that grows typically to ' tall.
Lavender, two-lipped, tubular flowers appear in dense, globular, solitary. Monarda fistulosa (Wild Bergamot) is a clump-forming perennial boasting masses of fragrant, lilac-purple, tubular flowers, borne in dense, globular terminal heads, in. across ( cm). Blooming for weeks from mid summer to early fall, they rest upon a whorl of decorative whitish bracts.
Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) Posted by Moewing on Septem Septem photo by Jim Borland Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) Mint. Monarda fistulosa L. Common Name: WILD-BERGAMOT: Coefficient of Conservatism: 2 Coefficient of Wetness: 3 var.
mollis (L.) Benth., with only minute pubescence on the lower surface of the leaves, and var. fistulosa, with some long straight hairs on the same surface. Monarda fistulosa. COMMON NAME. Wild bergamot MOISTURE. Average. COLOR. Lavender. LIGHT. Sun, Part Sun, Light Shade. BLOOM SEASON. June, July.
HEIGHT (ft) ' SPACING (ft) ' A great choice for Bees. This product is currently out of stock and unavailable. SKU WFL Category Wildflowers Tags Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds.
By Gordon C. Tucker, Published on 07/25/. Monarda fistulosa. Common name(s): Wild Bergamot, Bee Balm Synonyme(s): N/A Family: Lamiaceae Origin: Canada to Mexico More infos: Wild Bergamot is available in different blooming colors.
USDA zone 4.Monarda fistulosa L. – wild bergamot Subspecies: Monarda fistulosa L. ssp. fistulosa – wild bergamot Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 4 variety of Monarda fistulosa ssp. fistulosa. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for variety profiles.
Native Introduced.Water Conservation Case Study: Water and Fertilizer Invasive Species Responsibility. Resources Monarda fistulosa (NGN) Wild Bergamot. Pale purple flowers and foliage fragrant when crushed. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil, although fairly soil- adaptable.
Less susceptible to powdery mildew than cultivated Can grow to 5'.