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- Rizzardini, Gabriella; Fascetti, S.; Pietri, C.; Riga, F.; Cosentino, C.; Freschi, P.
- European journal of wildlife research 2019 v.65 no.3 pp. 43
- Brachypodium sylvaticum; Briza maxima; Daucus carota; Digitaria sanguinalis; Lepus; Trifolium; diet; dry season; feces; feeding preferences; forbs; grasses; habitats; hares; shrubs; species diversity; vegetation; Corsica
- ... In this research, the diet composition and feeding selection of the Italian hare were evaluated and compared in two sites of Haute-Corse region localised in the territories of Tallone and Aleria. The present study is the first considering feeding selection of Lepus corsicanus. The considered period ranged from June to October. Quadrat method was used to assess plant frequency, while diet compositi ...
- Dafni, Amots; Lev, E.
- Economic botany 2002 v.56 no.4 pp. 328-334
- Alhagi maurorum; Astragalus; Briza maxima; Citrullus colocynthis; Cynoglossum; Ecballium elaterium; Heliotropium europaeum; Momordica charantia; Parietaria judaica; Rhamnus alaternus; Ruta chalepensis; Ruta graveolens; color; grasses; habitats; humans; traditional medicine; Israel
- ... Some evidence of the existence of an ancient pharmacological theory—the Doctrine of Signatures—has been found in the folk medicine of Israel. The research reported 14 plants with folk medicinal uses based on the Doctrine of Signatures categories including: similarity of the plant or plant organ to the damaged human organ (Alhagi maurorum, camel thorn; Astragalus macrocarpus, milk-vetch; and Cynogl ...