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Jute mallow has high amounts of beta carotene, vitamin E, riboflavin, folic acid, ascorbic acid, calcium, proteins and some phenolic compounds [2].
Another reference is not so timely: this is when Mallow says that Blackland's first book was "an amazing opus half-novel, half-autobiography, that made William Seabook and Montague Summers look like skeptics" (147).
Autecological work (Baskin and Baskin 1997) revealed a large bank of dormant, water-impermeable mallow seeds that require heating by fire to germinate.
Abutilons (flowering maples) are members of the Mallow family (Malvaceae), which contains a number of attractive house and garden plants.
Tree mallow has taken over two islands off North Berwick east of Edinburgh, halving puffin numbers.
Scotsman John McCormack, from Mallow, Co Cork, was asked to make a plea on public order offences when he 'collapsed' making loud choking and gagging noises.
Some local herbs are American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum biflorum), and the garden weed Common Mallow of Cheeses (Malva sp.
5 on the outdoor rink across the street at Mallow Road Public School than I did doing any other thing, including thinking about girls.
Two species sprouted--moth mullein and a mallow called cheeses (Malva rotundifolia)--the researchers report in the August American Journal of Botany.
The Mobility Denial System consists of three parts, explained Bill Mallow, one of the inventors of MDS at the Southwest Institute, in San Antonio, Texas.
At the time, Ledward, 62, who had moved from Saltwood in Kent to Mallow near Cork, was being investigated by police over dozens of accusations of sexual assaults on women at Kent hospitals.