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Synonyms:
   Papaver rhoeas (Red Poppy) 

Broader Terms:
   Papaver (poppy) 
   Papaverales 
 
 
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Common Names: benâman, corn poppy, Field Poppy, klaproos, Shirley Poppy, Red Poppy, rosolaccio, papavero salvatico, Amapola, aegiaphyonkkot, ben na'aman, tadjibout, kornvallmo, Flanders poppy



61.  Stereochemical inversion of (S)-reticuline by a cytochrome P450 fusion in opium poppy.LinkIT
Farrow SC, Hagel JM, Beaudoin GA, Burns DC, Facchini PJ
Nature chemical biology, 2015
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62.  Elemental characterization of wild edible plants from countryside and urban areas.LinkIT
Renna M, Cocozza C, Gonnella M, Abdelrahman H, Santamaria P
Food chemistry, 2015
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63.  A hundred years of change in wild vegetable use in southern Herzegovina.LinkIT
?uczaj ?, Dolina K
Journal of ethnopharmacology, 2015
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64.  The role of reactive oxygen species and nitric oxide in programmed cell death associated with self-incompatibility.LinkIT
Serrano I, Romero-Puertas MC, Sandalio LM, Olmedilla A
Journal of experimental botany, 2015
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65.  Antioxidant, antimutagenic, and anticarcinogenic effects of Papaver rhoeas L. extract on Saccharomyces cerevisiae.LinkIT
Todorova T, Pesheva M, Gregan F, Chankova S
Journal of medicinal food, 2015
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66.  Self-incompatibility-induced programmed cell death in field poppy pollen involves dramatic acidification of the incompatible pollen tube cytosol.LinkIT
Wilkins KA, Bosch M, Haque T, Teng N, Poulter NS, Franklin-Tong VE
Plant physiology, 2015
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67.  Intoxication due to Papaver rhoeas (Corn Poppy): Five Case Reports.LinkIT
Günayd?n YK, Dündar ZD, Çekmen B, Ak?ll? NB, Köylü R, Cander B
Case reports in medicine, 2015
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68.  Self-incompatibility in Papaver: advances in integrating the signalling network.LinkIT
Eaves DJ, Flores-Ortiz C, Haque T, Lin Z, Teng N, Franklin-Tong VE
Biochemical Society transactions, 2014
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69.  Vertical transmission of fungal endophytes is widespread in forbs.LinkIT
Hodgson S, de Cates C, Hodgson J, Morley NJ, Sutton BC, Gange AC
Ecology and evolution, 2014
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70.  Reduction of metabolic signs of acute stress in male mice by Papaver rhoaes hydro-alcoholic extract.LinkIT
Ranjbaran M, Mirzaei P, Lotfi F, Behzadi S, Sahraei H
Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS, 2013
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