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Scientific:
   Ammobium (Winged Everlasting) 
   Anaphalis (pearly everlasting) 
   Anaphalis margaritacea (western pearly everlasting) 
   Anaphalis margaritaceae yedoens (Pearl Everlasting) 
   Anaphalis triplinervis (pearly everlasting) 
   Antennaria anaphaloides (tall everlasting) 
   Antennaria corymbosa (meadow everlasting) 
   Antennaria dimorpha (low everlasting) 
   Antennaria geyeri (Geyer's everlasting) 
   Antennaria luzuloides aberrans (small head everlasting) 
   Antennaria microphylla (small leaf everlasting) 
   Antennaria rosea (Pink Everlasting) 
   Antennaria soliceps (Charleston Mtn everlasting) 
   Antennaria stenophylla (narrowleaf everlasting) 
   Antennaria suffrutescens (evergreen everlasting) 
   Antennaria umbrinella (brown everlasting) 
   Eumicremma minima (Everlasting Bud Moth) 
   Gamochaeta americana (American everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta coarctata (gray everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta falcata (narrowleaf purple everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta pensylvanica (Pennsylvania everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta purpurea (spoonleaf purple everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta simplicicaulis (simple-stem everlasting) 
   Gnaphalium (Catfoot Everlasting) 
   Gnaphalium cymosum (Branching Everlasting) 
   Gnaphalium palustre (marsh everlasting) 
   Helichrysum (everlasting) 
   Helichrysum arenarium (Everlasting flower) 
   Helichrysum cassinianum (Rose Beauty Everlasting) 
   Helichrysum scorpioides (Curling Everlasting) 
   Helichrysum subulifolium (Golden Sun Everlasting) 
   Helichrysum thianshanicum (Silver Everlasting) 
   Lathyrus grandiflorus (Two-flowered Everlasting Pea) 
   Lathyrus heterophyllus (Norfolk Everlasting Pea) 
   Lathyrus latifolius (everlasting peavine) 
   Lathyrus rotundifolius (Persian Everlasting Pea) 
   Lathyrus sylvestris (Pea, Narrow Leaved Everlasting) 

Synonyms:
   Bracteantha bracteata (strawflower) 
   Filaginella uliginosa 
   Gamochaeta (everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta purpurea (spoonleaf purple everlasting) 
   Gnaphalium purpureum (rabbit tobacco) 
   Gnaphalium uliginosum (everlasting) 
   Helichrysum (strawflower) 
   Helichrysum bracteatum (strawflower) 
   Xeranthemum bracteatum 
   Xerochrysum bracteatum 

Broader Terms:
   Asteraceae (sunflowers) 
   Asterales 
   Bracteantha 
   Compositae 
   Gamochaeta (everlasting) 
   Gnaphalieae 
   Gnaphalium (Catfoot Everlasting) 
   Helichrysum (everlasting) 
   Plantae (plants) 
   Xeranthemum (Immortelle) 
   Xerochrysum 

More Specific:
   Everlasting flower 
   Gamochaeta americana (American everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta calviceps 
   Gamochaeta falcata (narrowleaf purple everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta pennsylvanica 
   Gamochaeta pensylvanica (Pennsylvania everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta purpurea (spoon-leaf purple everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta simplicicaulis (simple-stem everlasting) 
   Gamochaeta sphacilata (owl's crown) 
   Gamochaeta spicata 
   Gamochaeta ustulata (featherweed) 
   Helichrysum (strawflower) 
   Helichrysum acrophilum 
   Helichrysum adenocarpum 
   Helichrysum albo-brunneum 
   Helichrysum allioides 
   Helichrysum alucense 
   Helichrysum alveolatum 
   Helichrysum amplum 
   Helichrysum anatolicum 
   Helichrysum anthrixifolium 
   Helichrysum arenarium (Everlasting flower) 
   Helichrysum argyrophyllum (Moe's Gold) 
   Helichrysum argyrosphaerum 
   Helichrysum armenium 
   Helichrysum arwae 
   Helichrysum aucheri 
   Helichrysum aureum 
   Helichrysum basalticum 
   Helichrysum bracteatum (strawflower) 
   Helichrysum bracteatum viscosum 
   Helichrysum buddleioides 
   Helichrysum bullulatum 
   Helichrysum burchellii 
   Helichrysum capillaceum 
   Helichrysum capitillatum 
   Helichrysum cassiope 
   Helichrysum cephaloideum 
   Helichrysum chrysocoma 
   Helichrysum cilaitum 
   Helichrysum confertum 
   Helichrysum cooperi 
   Helichrysum coriaceum 
   Helichrysum crassifolium 
   Helichrysum cylindriflorum 
   Helichrysum cymosum 
   Helichrysum dasyanthum 
   Helichrysum dregeanum 
   Helichrysum elegantissimum 
   Helichrysum ericifolium 
   Helichrysum expansum 
   Helichrysum filicaule 
   Helichrysum foetidum (stinking strawflower) 
   Helichrysum formosissimum (everlasting-flower) 
   Helichrysum frigidum 
   Helichrysum fulgidum 
   Helichrysum garipinum 
   Helichrysum globosum 
   Helichrysum heldreichii 
   Helichrysum horridum 
   Helichrysum hypoleucum 
   Helichrysum intermedium 
   Helichrysum italicum (Curry Plant) 
   Helichrysum kuntzei 
   Helichrysum lacteum 
   Helichrysum lanceolatum 
   Helichrysum leontonyx 
   Helichrysum leptorhynchiodes 
   Helichrysum leucopsideum 
   Helichrysum lineare 
   Helichrysum lucilioides 
   Helichrysum mandonianum 
   Helichrysum maritimum 
   Helichrysum meyeri-johannis 
   Helichrysum microphyllum 
... 
 
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Helichrysum scorpioides
Australian National Botanic Gardens

External Resources:



1.  Whole-Cell Vaccine Preparation: Options and Perspectives.LinkIT
Kumar P, Sunita, Dubey KK, Shukla P
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 2021
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2.  HPLC-DAD-ESI-QTOF-MS Determination of Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Activity Comparison of the Hydroalcoholic and Water Extracts from Two Helichrysum italicum Species.LinkIT
Kramberger K, Barli?-Maganja D, Bandelj D, Baruca Arbeiter A, Peeters K, Miklav?i? Vi?njevec A, Jenko Pra?nikar Z
Metabolites, 2020
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3.  Juniper and immortelle essential oils synergistically inhibit adhesion of nontuberculous mycobacteria to Acanthamoeba castellanii.LinkIT
Peru? D, Ti?ac B, Brozni? D, Gobin I
Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju, 2020
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4.  Hetiamacin E and F, New Amicoumacin Antibiotics from Bacillus subtilis PJS Using MS/MS-Based Molecular Networking.LinkIT
Wang T, Lu Q, Sun C, Lukianov D, Osterman IA, Sergiev PV, Dontsova OA, Hu X, You X, Liu S, Wu G
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 2020
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5.  Organoids, Assembloids, and Novel Biotechnology: Steps Forward in Developmental and Disease-Related Neuroscience.LinkIT
Panoutsopoulos AA
The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry, 2020
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6.  Night Cream Containing Melatonin, Carnosine and Helichrysum italicum Extract Helps Reduce Skin Reactivity and Signs of Photodamage: Ex Vivo and Clinical Studies.LinkIT
Granger C, Brown A, Aladren S, Narda M
Dermatology and therapy, 2020
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7.  Investigating the effects of nest shading on the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling phenotype in the Ogasawara islands using a field-based split clutch experiment.LinkIT
Kobayashi S, Endo D, Kondo S, Kitayama C, Ogawa R, Arai K, Watanabe G, Kawaguchi M
Journal of experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological and integrative physiology J Exp Zool A Ecol Integr Physiol Investigating the effects of nest shading on the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling phenotype in the Ogasawara islands using a field-based split clutch experiment. 10.1002/jez.2411 The Ogasawara Islands are an important rookery for the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) in the North Pacific. Green turtles possess temperature-dependent sex determination, and warmer incubation temperatures produce more females than males. Therefore, conservation practices such as nest shading may be required for this population to mitigate the effect of global warming on their sex ratio. To consider the application of such conservation practices in the Ogasawara population, it is fundamental to understand how artificially modified nest environments will affect green turtle hatchling phenotypes that influence their fitness. Here, we investigated the effects of nest shading on green turtle hatchling phenotypes in the Ogasawara population by using a split clutch experiment equally separating the clutch, relocating each half-clutch into an outdoor hatchery area either with or without shading, and observing the subsequent hatchling phenotype. Our results showed that the shading treatment produced hatchlings with a better self-righting response and a larger carapace size. Additionally, the shading treatment mostly reduced the production of hatchlings with a nonmodal scute pattern and produced hatchlings with a smaller unabsorbed yolk sac, which may be associated with their residual yolk mass. These results suggest that conservation practices such as shading could alter not only the sex ratio but also the hatchling phenotype that influences their fitness. Hence, our results suggest that applications of such conservation strategies must be carefully considered. © 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLC. Kobayashi Shohei S http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5859-2027 Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Property, Meiji University, Kanagawa, Japan. Endo Daisuke D Course of Applied Marine Biosciences, Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. Kondo Satomi S Everlasting Nature of Asia, Ogasawara Marine Center, Tokyo, Japan. Kitayama Chiyo C Everlasting Nature of Asia, Ogasawara Marine Center, Tokyo, Japan. Ogawa Ryuta R Everlasting Nature of Asia, Ogasawara Marine Center, Tokyo, Japan. Arai Katsuhiko K Department of Biological Production Science, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. Watanabe Gen G Laboratory of Veterinary Physiology, Cooperative Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. Kawaguchi Maiko M Laboratory of Animal Behavior and Environmental Science, Department of Agriculture, School of Agriculture, Meiji University, Kanagawa, Japan. eng 17J07409 JSPS KAKENHI Journal Article 2020 09 07 United States J Exp Zool A Ecol Integr Physiol 101710204 2471-5638 IM Ogasawara Islands conservation global warming green turtle hatchling phenotype nest shading yolk sac 2020 06 08 2020 08 22 2020 08 24 2020 9 7 8 41 2020 9 8 6 0 2020 9 8 6 0 aheadofprint 32894008 10.1002/jez.2411 REFERENCES, 2020</i></font><br><font color=#008000>http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0<br></font></span><br>8.  <a href=http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0 class=title>Loss and lastingness? 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