Ruff-Nosar (biryuchok, Bubyr) - Gym-nocephalus acerina-not very well known fish, which in some places is just right to put them in the Red Book. From ordinary ruff it differs primarily by the presence of "The Nose." This fish head is flattened, lips stretched in the form of a proboscis that gives Nosara some similarities with the head of pike. And he extended much further south than usual perch habitat: only inhabits the river basins of the Azov and Black Seas. Love ruff-Nosar rapid and clean river has led to the number of representatives of this species almost everywhere considerably Read more [...]
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V. daucoides Gaertn. (Syn. Ammi visnaga (L) Lam.) - Biennial up to 100 cm high. Distribution: Caucasus.
Contains coumarins (including furo and piranokumariny) chromones, flavonoids and higher fatty acid ustaiovleiioy structure. Allocated 0.2% of essential oil of Subtitle. hours, 19.2% fatty oil NZ fruit. Found poliatsetileiovye Comm., Polysaccharides.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - antispasmodic, vasodilator, sedative - fruits (State registry. 2000), diuretic - Hopes. hours, fruit laxative - fruit. Indications - kidney and urinary tract: in urolithiasis, renal colic, acute and chronic Read more [...]
Status. Migratory species. In the north, N. Volga common and widely distributed; vulnerable to anthropogenic factors.
Distribution. The area stretches from the north of Western Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East to the Urals, Altai, and the Himalayas. In Russia, met in the middle and southern regions of the European part, in the east to the south of West Siberia and Western Altai. It inhabits the whole of the region, but the species is most common in the right bank. Geography vechornytsi meetings in the Volga regions of the relatively wide, but here the abundance of these animals Read more [...]
S. chinensis Benth. – Single, biennial 15-70 cm high. Distribution: The Far East.
Contains monoterpeioidy (including iridoids), sesquiterpenoids, alkaloids, benzofuryl-HN, and phenols, phenolic glycosides, aromatic and aliphatic alcohols, aldehydes and ketones, fatty acids, lactones, alitsiklichesie alicyclic hydrocarbons and other Comm. established structure. Highlighted the essential oil.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action – haemostatic. Indications – injury: with festering wounds.
Annuals, herbaceous perennials, and 10 cm high. Distribution: Arctic, the European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Snbnr. Information available for S. saginoides (L.) H. Karst. Saponyany found.
Medicinal. Indications – pain: when stomachalgia – Hopes. h Stern. For birds seeds.
Trees up to 40 m high. Propagation: All.
Contain lignans, flavonoids (including anthocyanins), chalcones, moio-, sesqui-, di-, and triterpenoids, steroids, karotiioidy, glipity, carbohydrates and nitrogen Conn., fenilpro-paioidy (Seitsov et al, 1996), phenols, feioliye glikoeidy to 9% in the kidney P. alba L, phenolic acids, esters, aromatics, alcohols, ketones and other aromatic Conn., fatty acids, glycerides, higher aliphatic hydrocarbons and alcohols ustaiovleiioy structure. Marked tannins to 18.6% from the leaves and fixed oil to 5.5% of the seeds P. alba, essential oil to 2.3% of the buds Read more [...]
Annuals, herbaceous perennials, and 50 cm high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia (south), and the Far East.
Contain flavonoids (including leykoantotsianidiny), alkaloids, phytosterols, and geteropiklicheskie Comm. pyrrole groups, phenolic acids and fatty acids established structure. Marked tannins to 6% of P. judaica L. Found anthocyanins, vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic, wound healing - the leaves of P. judaica, P. officinalis L., hemostatic, irritating, strengthens hair, metabolism - the leaves of P. officinalis. Indications Read more [...]
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Trees or shrubs up to 10 m high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Eastern Siberia and the Far East.
Contain flavoiondy (including catechins and 25% in the fruit M. sylvestris Mill.), Halkoiy, triterpenoids, phytosterols, carbohydrates and 11% in the fruit M. mandshurica (Maxim.) Ivory and feioliye ustaiovleiioy acid structure. Marked tannins. Found karotiioidy, anthocyanins, leykoaitotsiaiidiiy, pectin, organic acids to 3.1% in the fruit M. mandshurica, vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - antipyretic, anthelmintic - Subtitle. Charles M. sylvestris. Indications - diseases Read more [...]
Trees up to 50 m high. Propagation: All.
Contain mono-, seskvn-, di-, and triterpenoids, steroids, and 0.9% (including fntosternny) and flavonoids to 1.5% in the wood L. sibirica Ledeb. (Including catechins proantotsnanndnny), pro-staglandiny, karotnnoidy, carbohydrates and 6% in the seeds of L. sibirica, as well as derivatives of y-pnrona esters, phenols, phenolic glycosides, phenolic acids and H efnry, fatty acids (including higher fatty acids to 0.2% in the wood of L. sibirica), higher aliphatic alcohols and esters, and other aliphatic aromatic Comm. established structure. Marked tannins Read more [...]
Biennials or herbaceous perennials to 130 cm high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East (invasive).
Contain cardenolides, phytosterols, flavonoids, as well as nitrogen-Comm. higher fatty acids and established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 0.3% of oversight. hours and fixed oil to 32% from seed N. matronalis L., tannins. Alkaloids found to 0.1% in the underground. Part N. sibirica L., coumarins, anthocyanins, saponins.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic, diaphoretic - Hopes. h, the seeds of N. matronalis, N. sibirica. Read more [...]
Biennials, annuals least 5-60 cm high. Propagation: All. Contain xanthones, flavonoids (including anthocyanins) and carbohydrates established structure. Detected alkaloids, vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - stimulating appetite - Subtitle. Part G. amarella (L.) Boerner, G. auriculata (Pall.) JM Gillett, G. campestris (L.) Boerner, choleretic - Hopes. Part G. acuta (Michx.) Hiitonen, diaphoretic, antipyretic, metabolism - G. acuta. Indications - diseases of the digestive system: the hypofunction zheludka2 - Subtitle. Part G. amarella, G. auriculata, G. campestris, diseases Read more [...]
Annuals and 30 cm high. Distribution: European part, Caucasus. Information available for E. verna (L) Besser.
Allocated mustard oil. Flavonoids are found.
Medicinal. Indications – hypovitaminosis: in scurvy, diseases of the skin and subcutaneous fat: the felon, paronychia. Stern. For farm animals.
Herbaceous perennials, 3-70 cm high. Distribution: Arctic, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East.
Drug (D. zawadskii (Herbich) Tzvelev). Indications - diseases of the digestive system: the giposekretornom gastritis - inflorescence diseases of the respiratory system: bronchitis - inflorescence, respiratory infections, cough, pneumonia, ear, nose and throat: the sore throat, tonsillitis - inflorescence symptoms and syndromes: in fever; diseases of the reproductive system: the leykoree.
Environmental significance. Needs protection D. sinuatum (Ledeb.) Tzvelev.
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Herbaceous perennials, shrubs and 100 cm high. Propagation: All.
Contain flavonoids (including katehniy in H), monoterpenoids and feioliye acids, fatty acids, and aliphatic ketones established structure. Highlighted the essential oil, tannins to 8.3% NZ leaves S. palustre L. Found vntamii C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - hemostatic, diaphoretic, antipyretic, wound healing, analteziruyuschee - Subtitle. h, metabolism - Hopes. CS palustre. Indications - infections / infestations: dysentery - Hopes. h (complete), sexually transmitted diseases, pulmonary tuberculosis, rabies - Hopes. h; Read more [...]
Pressure: Low (up to 730 - 740 mm Hg above sea level. Meters), there is little change, or continues to drop during the day n Temperature of air constant in: days. Winter - relatively high, moderate summer. Wind: strong, in almost overnight but changes direction, usually north-west, at least south, east and north-east. Rain in winter solid laminated and Nimbostratus, solid summer, sometimes with tears. Precipitation: light rain or fine drizzling rain, reaching continuously for a long relationship. time (fall of the warm front), or stronger, with breaks (fall cold front), dew and frost does not Read more [...]
The most beautiful of the Far Eastern maples. Especially good fall through golden lace crown.
Tree up to 8 m in height. The leaves are very fine, rounded, nine-blade, cut to nearly half, to 10 cm wide, cordate at base, pubescent in youth, later laid bare. Thanks to a strong irregularity on the edge serrated leaves appear lacy. Young shoots glabrous, sometimes greenish, often red. Flowers are but 10-20 eggs in corymbose inflorescence, blooming later leaves, usually in May. Lion to 2 cm in length, with wings diverging at an obtuse angle, first pink, to grow brown autumn; Read more [...]
Single, biennials or herbaceous perennials 5-40cm tall. Distribution: European part (south), the Caucasus, Western Siberia (south).
Contain naftohnnony, phytosterols, and benzoquinones (Salim, Ammar, Oriquat, 1996) and alkaloids (El-Dahmy, Ghany, 1995) established structure. Found coumarins.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - antipyretic, hemostatic - A. guttata Bunge. Indications - diseases of the cardiovascular system: hypertension - Subtitle. Part A. guttata.
In the experiment, A. decumbens (Vent.) Coss. et Kralik. exhibits antifungal and antibacterial activity.
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Growth of beaver resources, and places the density of beavers on existing ideas, really too high, causing more and more conflicts and demands certain action on the part of man. Development beaver herds should be kept under strict control by controlling them with certain biotech events.
S. Schwartz writes (1976, p. 191): "In place of the passive" Conservation "will work to create an optimal environment for establishing biogeocenoses capable of self-regulation in modified human environment." Implementation of a set of biotechnical measures to improve habitat and increase Read more [...]