bladder cancer

bladder cancer Epidemiology. The tumor is referred to the most frequent malignant neoplasms (within 3% of all tumors and 30-50% of tumors of the genitourinary organs). Bladder cancer in men is noted 3-4 times more often. Most often registered in 40-60 years. Etiology. The occurrence of urinary cancer Industrial carcinogens used in rubber, paint, paper, and chemical industries are implicated […]

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small duckweed

A perennial plant with a very simplified structure: it is not divided into a stem and leaves, but is a small green leaf-shaped body, the so-called “leaf” – the upper part of the plant, floating on the plane of water and similar to small buttons, dark green in color, size 1 / 2-1 cm, roots

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Small duckweed – small duckweed

Name: Small duckweed – small duckweed Lesser duckweed (Lemna minor); small duckweed   Perennial herbaceous plant of the sedge family. The roots are filamentous. The stem has the appearance of a small (2-4.5 mm long and 2-3 mm wide) green round plate floating on the surface of the water. The leaves are not developed. The flowers are very reduced, unisexual, in inflorescences

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Aronia chokeberry – gorobina chornoplidna (growing and cultivating)

Name: Aronia chokeberry – gorobina chornopl_dna (growing and cultivation) Aronia melanocarpa ( M і s h x.) Elliot.   \r Description. A perennial shrub from the rose family (Rosaceae) with a height of 1.5-2.5 m, consisting of a large number of branches of different ages, annual root shoots and root offspring. Leaves elliptical or obovate. Their arrangement is regular, spiral. The length of the leaf blade

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Rowan chokeberry (chokeberry)

Name: Chokeberry (chokeberry) ROWAN BLUE (chokeberry) (Horobina blackberry)   A dense low shrub 1.5-2 m high. The leaves are shaped like cherry leaves, but more shiny. Flowers are quinary, white or pink, in corymbose inflorescences. The fruits are large, black with a bluish bloom, 6-15 mm in diameter, juicy, collected in clusters. Blossoms in June-July, the fruits ripen in late

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Mountain ash ordinary – gorobina zvichayna (harvesting and storage)

Name: Common mountain ash – gorobina zvichayna (harvesting and storage) Rowan ordinary – Sorbus aueuparia L. The Ukrainian name is gorobina zvichayna, folk names are hornbeam, rabina.   Rosaceae family – Rosaceae. The fruits are used for medicinal purposes. Occurs in Polissya, in the northern part of the Forest-Steppe, in the mountainous part of the Crimea; in the Carpathians it

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Mountain ash

Name: Sorbus ordinary   Mountain ash (Sorbus aucuparia L.) Rowan ordinary – a tree from the Rosaceae family (Rosaceae). Other names: gorobina, orobina, yarobina. Description: Tree of medium size (sometimes shrub), with gray smooth bark; young branches are fluffy, hairy-felt buds. Leaves alternate, pinnate, petiolate, with 7-11 lateral leaflets, 3-6 cm long and 1-2 cm wide, on very short petioles; leaflets are oblong,

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Mountain ash

Name: Sorbus ordinary   Popular names: mountain ash, yarobina, gorobina. ROWAN HOUSEHOLD (Sorbus aucuparia L.)Deciduous tree of the Rosaceae family, up to 20 m high (mainly 4-6 m), rarely a shrub with a superficial root system. The bark is gray, smooth, the young branches are fluffy. The leaves are alternate, pinnate, oblong or oblong-lanceolate. Young leaves pubescent below, later

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Mountain ash

Name: Sorbus ordinary Rosaceae – Rosaceae. Parts Used: Fully ripe fruits. Pharmacy name: rowan fruits – Sorbi fructus (formerly: Fructus Sorbi). Botanical description. Rowan grows both as a shrub and as a tree. In Germany, two forms are known, one, more common, has very tart and bitter fruits, and the other, the so-called Bohemian mountain ash, has softer, softer fruits. Pinnately

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Rowan (red)

Name: Rowan (red) ROWAN HOUSEHOLD (red )   A tree with gray bark up to 10 m high. The buds are howling-scented. Leaves are alternate pinnate with 11-20 oblong, almost sessile, sharply serrated, pointed leaves along the edge, young, especially below – pubescent, adults – glabrous. The flowers are white, collected in inflorescences in the form of a large

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