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Bird cherry, or carpal, belongs to the family RosaceaeThe forests where many wild cherry, and in mid-summer are easily recognizable by the characteristic bitter smell. Leaves of bird cherry, especially dried, pleasant smell of almonds. Her closest relatives: cherry, cherries, plums, peaches, almonds and some other stone fruit trees — to them it is a subfamily plum. In late April - early May, depending on the growing area, bird cherry blossom begins wildly ahead of many other Russian forest trees. Especially good bird cherry forest on the banks of the river, whether a single Read more [...]
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Edible fruits of the jungle

The most effective in the jungle eating tropical fruits. They are tasty, nutritious. They can quickly eat and collecting them is not difficult. Fruits in the jungle – the most effective nutritional power ratio – energy consumption for the taking. In today's article we will look at the most popular fruit of the tropical forests, which are mostly in the diet of the traveler on the region of the planet. Coconuts. Coconut palms grow in abundance in the tropics. Especially a lot of them off the coast of the seas. Coconut milk (liquid inside the coconut) is rich in vitamins, nutritious and Read more [...]
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For tourist: Kozlyak

Meets this fungus mostly in the north of the forest zone in the pine and other woods, but with a touch of pine, loves mokrovatye place; fruiting from July to October (in some sources from May to November).In common parlance it is called Korovikov or cow mushroom. Cap diameter from 4 to 11 cm, convex, then flat, usually with a wavy edge, gray-pinkish, reddish-pinkish, brownish, yellow-gray, very elastic and myagenkaya in wet weather, slimy and slippery.Pickers call him besides clubfoot, often as he stands on the leg bent and curved, the length of which up to 10 cm and thickness of 2 cm Read more [...]
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What are roughly full pabulum abandon plants?

Tony Homesteader     Picture: Courtesy of Antediluvian PathwaysTony SquatterTony HomesteaderThither is a brobdingnagian remainder betwixt dear and victual. I gunpoint that out not to be sarcastic but because many books on raging plants arrive look wish forage is cognate to push a shopping pushcart done the wild and fill up with every commons on the way. Thither are furious plants that are rightfully "toothsome" (these were the effective taste, staples exploited by aborigine cultures) so thither are "pabulum" plants (these were selection foods ill-used in tip multiplication Read more [...]
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Economic destruction SSSRr exercised his leadership?

In the spring of 1969 U.S. Department of Agriculture, in its report on the Department of State and President of the global trends in agriculture noted in particular that the "unprecedented erroneous actions of the Soviet leadership in regional policy and agriculture, including, for example, methods of development of virgin-fallow land and distribution of corn, eliminating grass crop rotation, household plots of collective farmers and cattle in his household, eliminating the so-called "unpromising" villages in the Russian Federation, will lead to the degradation of Soviet agriculture Read more [...]
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Rhode OXYCOCCUS Hill — cranberries.

Prostrate shrubs to 70 cm long. Distribution: Arctic, the European part of the (North), Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East. Triterpenoids contain up to 5.4% in the fruits of O. palustris Pers., Monoterpeioidy, flavonoids (including anthocyanins, katehiiy), carbohydrates to 4.2% in the fruits of O. microcarpus Turcz. ex Rupr., glitsnty, a well as phenolic glycosides, aromatic and fatty acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, and zfiry established structure. Marked tannins to 4.9% of the fruits, fatty oil to 28.1% of the seeds and waxes, to 0.1% from the leaves of O. palustris, essential Read more [...]
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Goof

Oleaster Thorny tree up to 10 m high, sometimes shrub with silver lace crown, trunk and branches are covered with a dark reddish-brown, shiny bark, and shoots and buds, silvery scales. The leaves are alternate, linear or lanceolate, 3-8 cm long, 0.4 to 1.8 cm wide, gray-green on top, bottom, silvery-white scales of covering both sides of the sheet. In June - July, there are small, silvery outside, inside the yellow flowers that go to 1-3 in the leaf axils. The flowers have a very strong, spicy flavor. Fruit - a single seed oblong drupe up to 1 cm with a silver-white, sweet-powdery edible pericarp. Read more [...]
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Voronet krasnoplodny

Vorontsov are among the most toxic of the family Ranunculaceae. They are found in mixed and coniferous forests, usually on the edges. This is a perennial plant with thick-headed rhizomes, which runs on one or several stems up to 70 cm tall. Leaves are compound, twice - trizhdytroychatye. The flowers are small, white, clustered in an oval brush that the formation extends into the cylindrical fruits. Vorontsov flowering occurs in May - June, fruits ripen in August - September. In Varanets pointed black berries have krasnoplodnogo - red. In the old days of the ripe fruit brewed black dye for Read more [...]
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Rhode JUNCUS L. — Sitnikov.

Annuals, herbaceous perennials least 70-150 cm tall. Propagation: All. Contain feiantreiy, coumarins, flavonoids (including proanthocyanidins) karotinondy, phytosterols, carbohydrates and trnterpenondy (Corsaro et al, 1994), heterocyclic Comm. Group pnrana (della Greca et al, 1995), phenolic acids and their gliperidy (Jin et al, 1996) established structure. Detected alkaloids, cyanogenic Comm. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic - Subtitle. Part J. acutus L, J. compressus Jacq., Subtitle. hours, fruits J. conglomeratus L., J. decipiens (Buchenau) Nakai, Subtitle. hours, stems Read more [...]
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Forget-me-scented

Densely hairy perennial xerophytic appearance with short rhizome and erect strong malovetvistymi stems 20-40 cm tall, rather densely pubescent. The leaves are thick, lanceolate, grayish because of pubescence, directed upwards and pressed to the stem. Basal leaves narrowed into a long petiole. The flowers are fragrant, collected in-hand curls, lengthens and straightens up with fruits. Peduncle short, straight, slanting upward directed. Calyx 3-5 mm long, in fruit does not fall down, scattered pubescent with hooked hairs. Corolla blue, 5-10 mm in diameter, with a pipe shorter limb. Fruits Read more [...]
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Chistetsa direct

Perennial herb 30-70 cm tall stems simple or branched, rough-haired. Lower leaves oblong-lanceolate, crenate-serrate at the edges, with short petioles, the rest - lanceolate, sessile, apical - ovate-lanceolate, equal whorls. The flowers are collected at 4.10 in whorls that form at the tips of stems long spicate total inflorescence. Bracts underdeveloped, bristle. Calyx tubular-campanulate, 5.5-8 mm long, densely covered with multicellular hairs, with five almost equal ostrokolyuchimi triangular teeth. Corolla yellow, orange in throat, with red spots on his lower lip, hairy outside, the upper Read more [...]
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Rhode FRANGULA Mill. — Buckthorn.

F. alnus Mill. - Shrub nln tree up to 7 m high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia. Anthraquinones contains up to 5.7% in the cortex, 0.2% alkaloids in the leaves, tsiklitoly, carbohydrates, as well as phenolic acids and fatty acids established structure. Marked tannins 10.4% NZ fruit, 29.2% fatty oil from the seeds, essential oil. Found coumarin, naftohnioiy, flavonoids (including anthocyanins, catechins, leucoanthocyans), saponins, pectin, vitamin C, p-carotene. Medicinal. Those r a n e a r ch e s to e of action - purgative, irritant - bark (State registry., Read more [...]
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ROSA L. Rhode — Hips.

Shrubs up to 3 m high. Propagation: All. Contain flavonoids (including catechins to 18.3% in the underground. Hrs R. amblyotis SA Mey., Antotsi Ana, proanthocyanidins leykoantotsianidiiy), carotenoids, mono-and seskviterpeioidy, triterpenoids to 5.2% in the underground. Part R. canina L., phytosterols, chromones, glitsigy, carbohydrates and sugar esters, phenols, phenolic acids and their esters, fatty acids, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, esters and aldehydes established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 0.5% from the leaves of R. rubiginosa L, tannins to 21.8% of Read more [...]
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Rhode ECBALLIUM (L.) A. Rich. — Squirting cucumber.

E. elaterium (L.) A. Rich. - Herbaceous perennial twining or climbing 1.5 dl. Distribution: European part (south) and the Caucasus. Contains triterpenoids (including kukurbitatsiny to 1.7% in the underground. Hrs), steroids, flavonoids and 1.5% in the stems, lignans, non-protein amino acids, and phenols, aromatic ke-toiy higher fatty acids and established structure. Allocated 33.3% fatty oil from the seeds. Alkaloids found up to 0.9%, organic acids to 0.3% in the underground. h, vitamin C. Medicinal. Therapeutic action - anthelmintic, laxative, analgesic - Subtitle. hours, diuretic - Subtitle. Read more [...]
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Pyracantha is bright red

It grows on dry sunny slopes in the bushes, and juniper of pistachios or under a canopy of oak forests in the lower mountain zone of the Crimea and the Caucasus. Typical of areas with a subtropical climate. Evergreen shrub of 2-4 m Seroopushennye leafless stems bearing short or long leafy spikes. The leaves are small, 2-5 cm long, prodolgovatoellipticheskie or lanceolate, leathery, glossy top and bottom lightly pubescence in his youth. In May - June, there are abundant flowered plates, composed of white or pinkish flowers voylochnoopushennyh. In October - November yablochkoobraznye mature minor, Read more [...]
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Rose

Rosa genus includes about 400 species. This deciduous, erect or sometimes prostrate shrubs with thorns on new growth (and therefore often called rose) growing in the bushes along forest edges, in clearings and meadows, along rivers and lakes, on the slopes of the mountains, at least in the undergrowth. The leaves are alternate, compound, pinnate, of 5, 7, 9-toothed leaves. Flowers bisexual, 5-blade, single or collected several in corymbose or racemes, petals painted in pink, red, yellow, or white. Fruit - small nuts enclosed in a fleshy orange, red or black shell, which is often used as a vitamin Read more [...]
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Crop of Champions

CAN Manduction Done a few vim bars truly be that bad? No. During a rivalry or excursion, they're splendid fire, but you don't lack to commencement mainlining them. Hither's something you believably didn't await to see, though: Tercet or iv servings of whole-foods fruits and vegetables apiece day aren't plenty. The USDA has foresighted recommended that combat-ready males eat 9 (that's rectify, niner) servings of fruits and veggies day-to-day to forefend, among former things, cardiopathy and eventide cancer. Now, sole 2 pct of U.S. males fulfil this passport, according to a 2001 sketch licenced by Read more [...]
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Myosotis melkotsvetkovaya

Annual densely pubescent hairs plant height of 5-20 cm, branched from the base of the stem, causing it seems mnogostebelnym. Lower leaves are lance-spatulate, 1-4 cm long, the upper - oblong or lanceolate, much smaller. The flowers are very small, clustered in terminal curls. Fertile wrist straight, with a thick shaft and very short spreading bushy stalk, sticking up, the lower stem are located in the axils of upper leaves, inflorescence why it seems like foliage. Calyx narrow, up to 2/3 cut into lanceolate-linear, pointed teeth, elongating in fruit and converging at the top, densely pubescent Read more [...]
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Rhode FRAGARIA L. — Strawberries.

Herbaceous perennials, 5-30 cm high. Distribution: all regions except the Arctic. Contain flavonoids (including catechins, anthocyanins), coumarins (including furokumariny) monoterpenondy, carbohydrates to 5.9% in fruits F. vesca L., and heterocyclic Comm. of furan, polynuclear aromatic Comm., phenols, fatty acids, lactones, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, esters, ketones and aldehydes established structure. Marked tannins to 12.8% of the Subtitle. Part F. vesca, essential oil, fatty oil to 19% of the seeds F. vesca. Found alkaloids karotiioidy, cardenolides, leykoantotsianidiny, Read more [...]
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Rhode CARDARIA Desv. — Kardar.

Annuals, herbaceous perennials, 15-50 cm high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East (invasive). Contain flavonoids, thioglycosides, izotiotsiaiaty and higher fatty acid established structure. Allocated fixed oil to 16% of the fruit C. draba (L.) Desv. Detected alkaloids, coumarins, saponins, vitamins C and E. Drug (S. draba). Therapeutic action - choleretic. Indications - hypovitaminosis: in scurvy - Hopes. hours, diseases of the digestive system: flatulence - fruits, hypothyroidism stomach disease of skin and subcutaneous adipose tissue: in Read more [...]
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