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BioCentury, T HE B ERNSTEIN R EPORT ON B IO B USINESS A UGUST 27, 2009 P AGE A13 OF 19 By Erin McCallister Senior Writer Injectable erythropoiesis-stimulating agents, though still standard of care for anemia, dramatically increase the concent ration of erythropoietin, which can lead to ...
Akebia quinata (M. Houttuyn) J. Decaisne Fiveleaf Akebia (Rajania quinata) Other Common Names: Chocolate-Vine, Fiveleaf. Family: Lardizabalaceae (Lardizabaleae).
V I N E S 55 AKEBIA (Twining Vine) Akebia. (ak-EE-bia). Handsome, semi-evergreen, five-lobed, shiny, leaves. One of the best hardy foliage vines. Peculiar, fragrant , small flowers are borne in racemes in May.
5625 Pine Lake Rd Lincoln NE 68516 (402) 423-1133 2342 So. 40th St. Lincoln NE 68506 (402) 483-7891 Vines Akebia, Silver Bells Exposure Sun to Light Shade Height 20-40' (Akebia quinata Silver Bells) Fragrant flowers and interesting, edible purple fruit.
Weed of the Week Produced by the USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Staff, Newtown Square, PA. WOW 01-21-05 Invasive Plants website: http://www.na.fs.fed.us/fhp/invasive_plants Chocolate Vine Akebia quinata (Houtt.)
ALSIP HOME & NURSERY ILLINOIS: 815-469-1044 INDIANA: 219-365-0882 WWW.ALSIPNURSERY.COM Akebia quinata Five Leaf Akebia Vine Full sun to part shade Hardy to -25 degrees Size- 20' high Likes moist well drained soil, rich in humus soil.
Honeysuckle and Trumpet Creeper are prized for their flowers, while other vines, such as Five-leaf Akebia, Climbing Fig, and Ivy, are grown for their foliage.
In the Pharmacopoeia of Japan, the herbal medicine called "Boi" is derived from the stem and rhizome of Sinomenium acutum (Sinomenium Stem); "Mokutu" in Japan is derived from the stems of Akebia quinata and Akebia trifoliata (Akebia Stem).
Akebia quinata . Acalypha setosa . Albizia julibrissin . Achyranthes aspera . Allium ampeloprasum . Adiantum capillus-veneris . Allium cepa . Adonis annua . Allium neapolitanum