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    • Rubus ulmifolius
      • Rubus ulmifolius
      • Family- Rosaceae
      • Silva
      • Physical features:
      • It’s a vivacious bush showing long stalks with thorns.The sprouts are strong with little thorns. The leaves are odd, 3-5 small oval foliolos, dentate,whitish colour under leave.
      • Flowers , slightly pink and seldom are white.They are hermafrodit and have 5 aciculate and 5 wrinkled petals. The stamen and carpel indeterminate.Blooming in May and August. Fruit ,delicious wild blackberry,red cloured turning into black when fully developed.
      • Habitat:
      • Wild growths ,woods, clearings or formimg fences in wet places.
      • Medical uses:
      • The leaves are used before blooming, the flowers while in button, the sprouts and the berries are used to treat diabetes, diarrhea, aphtahe and hoarseness.
      • Propagation:
      • This the most spontaneous specie of the Rubus family.in the south of the country.
    • Arundo donax L.
      • Arundo donax L.
      • Família- Poaceae
      • Canas
      • Physical features
      • Strong roots, woody caulis, 2 to 5 meters high.
      • Habitat
      • Grows near the lakes, wet soils, streams yards and parks.Too common in the countryside.
      • Utilization by man
      • -It is used to make flutes, baskets and arrows.
      • -The upper part is used in New Year’s rituals.
      • -It is used to build fences.
      • -It has ornamental uses.
      • – Industry makes cellulose from the upper part.
      • A-The root is used to treat scorpion stungs.
      • TLBII
      • Trabalho de pesquisa realizado por:
      • Dulce Calvinho 11ºB nº9
      • Eliana Batista 11ºB nº10