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   Viola arvensis (European field pansy) 

Broader Terms:
   Viola (violet) 

More Specific:
   Viola arvensis andina 
   Viola arvensis arvensis 
   Viola arvensis kitaibeliana 
   Viola arvensis megalantha 
Latest Articles on Viola arvensis from uBioRSS
Viola-triology II - sagittal - Plant Taxonomy Photo Pool
Field pansy - Plant Taxonomy Photo Pool

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Common Names: Åkerviol, wild pansy, trei fraţi pătaţi, European field pansy, field violet

1.  Composition of essential oil of the aerial parts of Viola canina L. growing wild in Northern Kazakhstan.LinkIT
Kirillov V, Stikhareva T, Atazhanova G, Makubayeva A, Aleka V, Rakhimzhanov A, Adekenov S
Natural product research, 2021

2.  From cells highly tolerant to Zn and Pb to fully fertile plants - Selection of tolerant lines with in vitro culture.LinkIT
Sychta K, S?omka A, Sliwinska E, Migda?ek G, Kuta E
Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB, 2020

3.  Ethnomedicinal knowledge of the rural communities of Dhirkot, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.LinkIT
Farooq A, Amjad MS, Ahmad K, Altaf M, Umair M, Abbasi AM
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine, 2019

4.  The consumption pattern of 28 species of carabid beetles (Carabidae) to a weed seed, Viola arvensis.LinkIT
Deroulers P, Bretagnolle V
Bulletin of entomological research, 2019

5.  Suspended cells of metallicolous and nonmetallicolous Viola species tolerate, accumulate and detoxify zinc and lead.LinkIT
Sychta K, S?omka A, Suski S, Fiedor E, Gregoraszczuk E, Kuta E
Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB, 2018

6.  Chemical Synthesis and Functional Analysis of VarvA Cyclotide.LinkIT
Álvarez CA, Santana PA, Luna O, Cárdenas C, Albericio F, Romero MS, Guzmán F
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 2018

7.  Ethnomedicinal plants of Kathua district, J&K, India.LinkIT
Rao PK, Hasan SS, Bhellum BL, Manhas RK
Journal of ethnopharmacology, 2015

8.  Albanian violets of the section Melanium, their morphological variability, genetic similarity and their adaptations to serpentine or chalk soils.LinkIT
S?omka A, Godzik B, Szarek-?ukaszewska G, Shuka L, Hoef-Emden K, Bothe H
Journal of plant physiology, 2015

9.  Contrasting arbuscular mycorrhizal communities colonizing different host plants show a similar response to a soil phosphorus concentration gradient.LinkIT
Gosling P, Mead A, Proctor M, Hammond JP, Bending GD
The New phytologist, 2013

10.  Changes in dicot-weeds species composition in spring barley in Latvia during the past 20 years.LinkIT
Vanaga I
Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences, 2012