Filipendula ulmaria
Filipendula ulmaria
(Queen of the meadow)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Filipendula ulmaria (Queen of the meadow)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
5273 Filipendula ulmaria Competition Experimental Field Filipendula ulmaria had a negative impact on the growth rate and reproduction of Chamerion... 38118
5274 Filipendula ulmaria Food Web Experimental Field Filipendula ulmaria confers associational resistance to Chamerion angustifolium, reducing herbivory... 38118
5275 Filipendula ulmaria Other Experimental Laboratory F. ulmaria extract is an effective inhibitor of colorectal carcinogenesis, reducing the formation... 38121
5276 Filipendula ulmaria Other Experimental Field Pollinators show a preference for Filipendula ulmaria. 38130
5277 Filipendula ulmaria Other Experimental Field Filipendula ulmaria aids in the uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus run-off. 38132
5278 Filipendula ulmaria Other Experimental Laboratory Various extracts from Filipendula ulmaria inhibited the growth of cancerous cell lines. 38135
5279 Filipendula ulmaria Other Experimental Laboratory Extracts of Filipendula ulmaria inhibits the activity of enzymes associated with neurodegenerative... 38141
5280 Filipendula ulmaria Competition Observational Field Filipendula ulmaria is the dominant species in dune slack zones. 38147

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