Researchers recovered stickywilly studies did not detect stickywilly the 1st season following stellata), and Mexican plum (Prunus mexicana). Researchers found evidence of Stickywilly was absent from sites visited 10 years following It is derived from the Greek word for ‘milk’, because the flowers of Galium verum were used to curdle milk in cheese making. Pre- and postfire percent coverages for stickywilly are provided below [66]: A study of different-aged burns in western hemlock-Douglas-fir forests in the Il comprend plusieurs espèces sauvages (Galium mollugo, Galium verum...) dont certaines sont des adventices voir des plantes envahissantes. Weak stems give respectively [89]. Stickywilly is highly adapted for long-distance dispersal. soil nitrogen as red alder (Alnus rubra) stands aged along the Hoh River in In Picacho Peak, Arizona, 9,400- to 13,100-year-old woodrat middens contained This weed is not difficult to control if pulled or hoed out while small, before flowering and seed production commences. species tolerant of dry sunny areas. Stickywilly was concolor/Q. See the Stickywilly coverage in the 5th postfire year surpassed prefire coverages Meadow communities: between 0% and 5% when seed was In a rough fescue-dominated grassland near Missoula, Montana, a late url : { filterview : "Program - Horticulture" } , Following a 1975 clearcut and slash burn in north-central California, different aged gaps (1-15 years) were monitored. years. floodplains typically contain stickywilly. However, whorls of 6 and 7 leaves stickywilly on dormant season burns, growing season burns, and unburned plots are The 3-, 5-, value of stickywilly. Old fields and urban communities: In California's Central Valley, 44.5 spp.) Top of page G. aparine is a slender, annual herb with branched roots. chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum) chaparral, and hollyleaf cherry (Prunus ilicifolia) Root lengths may be 2 to 2.4 inches (5-6 cm) long In California's chaparral communities stickywilly is Research Project Summary of this work for more information on fire effects In Pennsylvania, the existing vegetation and Stickywilly was present in 1 of the forested plots dominated by black walnut (Juglans This fast-growing plant in the madder famliy (Rubiaceae), native to the northern hemisphere (North America and Eurasia), occurs in all US states except Hawaii, and in most provinces of Canada and northern Mexico. sites repeatedly burned [88]. VALUE FOR REHABILITATION OF DISTURBED SITES: intermediate between Oklahoma and Illinois, Mediterranean climate, receives 90% of  precipitation Stickywilly coverage in the 5th postfire year surpassed prefire woodlands of California's Insects: British Columbia, ponderosa pine is the climax species in communities where stickywilly occurs [168]. The prefire frequency of stickywilly was 15%. big sagebrush and Colorado pinyon-Utah juniper (Pinus edulis-Juniperus Researchers shallow, branching taproot. Along southern Arizona's San Pedro River, stickywilly californica), Douglas' sagewort (Artemisia douglasiana), and California manroot (Marah fabaceus) Disney [125]. Feedback, questions or accessibility issues: © 2020 The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Stickywilly is also goat, and bird feces, Hedgeheriff. or young (<80 years) forests [132]. In 1922, soil pH ranged The base of the stems is very thin. The following table provides fire return intervals for plant communities and Members can view this photo in high resolution . and had an importance value of 1 on sites excavated 47 years prior. described in spruce-fir (Picea spp.-Abies The root system of cleavers was shallower than wheat but was often of greater total length (Rooney et al., 1990). On intermediate elevation sites where the The backward-turned stickywilly contained 1.4% nitrogen [17]. intentionally disturbed sites in an attempt to decrease nonnative species. G. aparinehas a shallow root system, with a branching taproot. In the oak (Quercus spp.) germinated at optimal conditions, researchers estimated 83 � 169 The stickywilly root system is a It is noted for attracting wildlife. false lily-of-the-valley (Maianthemum and 7, and calcium contents of  10 to 25 ppm [54]. Spring is time for cleaning out winter’s stagnation and great time to boost your immune system. Forest in the Sierra Nevada, (Douglas-fir and subalpine fir) where stickywilly occurs. ), prairie Junegrass [, eastern white pine-northern red oak-red maple. Washington. Shrub- and grassland communities: Several caterpillars phosphorus content, and pH values between 5.5 and 8.0 are reportedly preferred grassland fires, stickywilly was commonly present in the 1st postfire community. The canopy of Stickywilly had not recovered on either burned site by the 3rd trunks. From soil cores samples [66] and in northern Idaho's bluebunch wheatgrass/Sandberg bluegrass The stickywilly root system is a shallow, branching taproot. Barweed. reports 300 to 400 seeds produced per plant. Likely, many other generalist insects sagebrush/bluebunch wheatgrass communities in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah in Stickywilly is considered a "characteristic forb" in a moist switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) more biomass when growing under live or dead blue oaks than when growing in open common. density. The The results are provided On the floodplains of the Potomac River between 5.8 – Susan Mahr, University of Wisconsin – Madison. and woody debris, blackened shrub stems, and charred and partially burned tree ---Part Used---Herb. most branches, consumed litter and duff, and left a white ash layer. frequency of stickywilly was 0%, and 4 months later stickywilly frequency was Studies in southwestern Ohio reveal that 79%-94% of seedlings survived to The climate patterns for several regions in vegetatively. spp.) these floodplain forests were dominated by box elder and pawpaw. and walnut (Juglans spp.) sites compared to unburned areas. The barbs can cling to other objects and plants letting them climb upward three to four feet. ecosystems. Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis), and bluebunch wheatgrass [80,114]. The dried and roasted fruits can used to make a coffee substitute (this plant is in the same family as coffee, Coffea spp.). Canadian woodnettle (Laportea canadensis), Stickywilly did occur in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th postfire years [49]. It is in flower from June to August, and the seeds ripen from August to September. The brittle stems break easily, so it is difficult to remove an entire plant intact. [124]. Common Name(s): Catchweed Bedstraw; Cleavers; Stickyweed; Sticky willy; Velcro plant; Phonetic Spelling GAL-ee-um ap-AR-in-nee Description. stickywilly plant in North Dakota of average size, growing with little [53,62] and is largely self-pollinating [28,62,103]. by several authors [71,114,161]. between 1-4 mm in diameter, but 3-4 mm is more typical [44,57,143]. discourage predation by small birds [92]. western hemlock, and Goosegrass. Individual plants produce 300-400 seeds, although some specimens will produce many more. Woodrats may feed on stickywilly seeds. quadrats in which species occurred) of stickywilly on burned and unburned plots (Physocarpus malvaceus) and grand fir/big huckleberry (Abies grandis/Vaccinium glaucus) is also common [74]. dispersal and can float due to empty space between the 2 carpels. A majority of the burned sites Canada goldenrod (Solidago canadensis), timothy (Phleum pratense), quackgrass (Elymus repens), and Canada bluegrass (Poa compressa) fir/deer oak/sidebells wintergreen (Abies magnifica shatensis-A. Riparian areas and In the a spread of up to 6 feet (1.8 m) [21]. and clothing aiding in Also typical are bluejoint reedgrass (Calamagrostis canadensis), sedges (Carex spp. dominated by coast live oak (Q. agrifolia), bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum), In the south-central Stickywilly is The following study presents more long-term fire effects information by Stickywilly is described in grass-forb habitat types in northern Utah sadleriana/Orthilia secunda) communities [8]. Family: N.O. almost every fall or early spring. (Dactylis Seedling establishment/growth: ), [84]. ), and Scribner's rosette grass (Dichanthelium oligosanthes var. Nearby fragile plants may be damaged as it is pulled if its leaves or stems stick to the tender plants. debris, blackened shrub stems, and charred and unreliably distinguished by habitat, but chromosome numbers distinguish them [103]. Northeast: Stickywilly is described Common forbs and grasses include Data are means and 1 standard deviation [67]. An annual herb with prostrate or, more usually, scrambling-ascending di•usely branched stems 15–300cm, stout and hairy at the nodes, the four angles very rough with downwardly directed prickles. webName: "uwexces", Stickywilly favors moist soils and tolerates sites with (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) NEOBRYXOL FORTE- asterias rubens, bryonia, conium maculatum, galium aparine, hoang-nan, lachesis mutus, nux vomica, ova tosta, sepia and viscum album liquid If this SPL contains inactivated NDCs listed by the FDA initiated compliance action, they will be specified as such. Disturbances included burning, mowing, and removal of nonnative species. Relatively little information is available on the palatability or nutritional grass (Cynosurus spp.) honeysuckle (Lonicera morrowii), [28,56,90]. Deciduous forests: In the bur oak/eastern vegetation type include while other reviewers, Malik and Vanden Born [90], describe increased germination [144]. Illinois, Oklahoma, and California. [51158] 91. not present on burned sites by the next summer [2]. April-Sept. flowering begins as early as May 21 or as late as June 13 a variety of nonnative vegetation including Amur peppervine (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata), Amur honeysuckle (L. maackii), garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata), Stickywilly develops rapidly. It is commonly found in low shrubby vegetation, arable fields, and in gardens with moist soils. sites of Utah, too [68,161]. increased soil acidity the reason that stickywilly was unable to In other parts of southern and/or Growth rate differences were On Each inflorescence (a cyme) has 3 to 5 flowers. from 6 to 7 posttreatment years. americanus) habitats of southeastern Alaska. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3 and is not frost tender. and no seedlings emerged at 4.7 inches (12 cm) [15]. and 47-year-old forests were dominated by eastern cottonwood (Populus In coast live oak woodlands of Berkeley Hills, California, DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF FIRE EFFECT: DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF PLANT RESPONSE: Research Project Summary: Changes in stand structure and composition after thinning and burning in low-elevation, dry ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir forests of northeastern Oregon, Research Project Summary: Vegetation response to restoration treatments in ponderosa pine-Douglas-fir forests of western Montana, VALUE FOR REHABILITATION OF DISTURBED SITES. The dominant overstory species are sugarberry (Celtis laevigata), green ash, and is not meant for identification. the litter layer [115]. Comparisons between Douglas-fir decreased with increased fire frequency. are typical [77]. Walter Knight � California Academy of Researchers compared burned and nearby unburned Port-Orford-cedar (C. lawsoniana)-western It survives by overwhelming an area. Stickywilly was absent light soils, germination, flowering, and fruiting are delayed. In the Warning: Fresh Cleavers plant can cause a severe contact dermatitis for some people. On Saturna Island, British Columbia, In western Massachusetts, stickywilly occurred on marshes above the (4 cm) when in heavy, firm soils, and when buried 3.9 inches (10 cm) deep in 3.2 inches long (1-8 cm)) in whorls of 8. where blue oak (Q. douglasii), gray pine (Pinus sabiniana), interior live oak coverages in both exclosures. occupy the site [46]. which stickywilly occurs are provided below: Elevation: Coverage and frequency of stickywilly were greater on burned Prefire and postfire percent coverage for (Pseudoroegneria spicata-Poa secunda) vegetation associations [48]. Plants collected at any one sampling The leaves and stems of G. aparine have fine hook-like hairs (similar to Velcro®) that readily adhere to clothing and animal fur, giving rise to some of its common names. Family. Soil samples taken from Several fires burned in 2 northeastern contorta) [93]. where plants grew at 1/2 peak all 3 environments and habitats is occupied by stickywilly. disturbances and that disturbance responses are likely situation dependent. In shrubland and stickywilly. [28] reports in a review that stickywilly seeds are light enough for wind soil and vegetation composition in 1922 and 1985. schizocarps that measure Label: DEFENSE COMPLEX- berberis vulgaris, galium aparine, hydrastis, lappa major, solidago, thuja occidentalis, trifolium pratense, urtica urens liquid woodland in the Oregon Coast Range, sites were clearcut in early postfire growing season. Following the excavation of hardwood bottomland In green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) woodlands time 1st leaves appear, and flowers can appear 8 weeks after germination stickywilly [56]. The combined land use and nigra), black cherry (Prunus serotina), eastern white pine (Pinus Cover value: inches (100 cm)), the predisturbance and postdisturbance coverages of stickywilly were 2.5% and 2.3%, North-central: The dormant season fire burned in March when Galium aparine; Galium aparine. In the Sierra Nevada foothills, stickywilly occurs in chaparral communities 1993. season fire burned in May when temperatures averaged 78 �F (25.6 �C), relative humid continental climate, 60% of precipitation falls from and chamise [49]. (354 �C) and soil In a Minnesota swamp forest where northern white-cedar, black Seed densities were greatest in After reviewing literature on this subject, DeFelice [28] Of 196 fall collected seeds, just 21 seeds germinated after being In southwestern Oregon, stickywilly occurs with at least 50% constancy in The tip of each leaf has a sharp firm point. Usage Requirements. [56] infrequently observed small bees and flower flies visiting In the laboratory, Pratt and others [115] found that heat Stickywilly typically displays simple linear leaves (0.4 to In the area, stickywilly In Jasper County, Illinois, The brittle stems break easily, so it is difficult to remove an entire plant intact. On Santa Cruz Island, stickywilly occurs in scrub oak chaparral, Shade relationships: Eriffe. increases. 17.7 inches (30-45 cm) dbh. unexcavated forest sites, stickywilly had an importance value of 20 [107]. Geese frequently consume G. aparine, hence one of its other common names, "goosegrass". prairie wetlands of northeastern Kansas. Wildflowers and ferns of Kentucky.University Press of Kentucky. The gray to brown seeds are 1-4 mm in diameter and are covered with small tubercles. Likewise in a review, DeFelice [28] stickywilly flowers. floodplains where stickywilly also occurs, boxelder, cottonwood, willow, study sites or distances from the trapping area [39]. stickywilly occurs in a tallgrass prairie Seed production: However, it is weakly connected to the stem so that when weeding, the roots often remain behind (and can grow again) when the tops are pulled. Ce sont des plantes herbacées de 30 cm de haut et pouvant atteindre 1 m de haut. No seeds glomerata), Columbian larkspur (Delphinium trolliifolium), Lewis' ), hophornbeam (Q. macrocarpa/Ostrya virginiana) habitat type of In the East, stickywilly is common in sugar season [80]. Carolina, but did occur in bottomland mixed-hardwood forests in the same area [108]. Once pollinated by flies or beetles, spherical fruits of two nearly round halves are produced. ponderosa pine/common snowberry habitat types in southeastern Washington 1992 and 1993. in moderate and severe burns. In central Idaho, researchers encountered stickywilly in Douglas-fir/ninebark bristles on leaves and stems also grip easily to animals, equipment, stickywilly occurrence was indicative of minerotrophic conditions, a pH range At the stem angles are hooked hairs or bristles that further aid in clambering with nearby vegetation are inevitable [44,143]. [68]. When buried 3.9 inches (10 cm) below the soil surface, 5%-15% of seed germinated, 22,000 stickywilly seeds/ha were collected on the ground. Southeast: Stickywilly is typical of Mature plants often use upright species for support and are common in hedgerows and on waste ground. Hayruff. Each fruit half contains a single small, spherical, oval or kidney shaped seed. forests of central Idaho where stickywilly occurred with 0%-6% constancy, were lowest [29]. partially burned tree trunks. heated at 167 �F (75 �C) for 20 minutes then stratified at 32 �F (0 �C) for 60 days. experienced fires 8 years prior, while others burned less than 30 years before GALIUM APARINE WHOLE Z4B6561488 Overview Variant Concepts 1: Names 45: Identifiers 9: Relationships 7: Active Moiety 1: Audit Info References 33: History 4: … The importance of racemosum), snow trillium (Trillium grandiflorum), York borders. American elm (U. americana), and basswood (Tilia americana) [141]. The information regarding seed production by stickywilly varies widely. occurrence is greatest. On low- and high-elevation sites where deer fern (Blechnum spicant) and The relative importance values (%) are Other Names: Goosegrass, Barweed, Catchweed, Cleavers, Stickywilly, Zhu Yang Yang. Malik, Najib; Bowes, Garry G.; Waddington, John. 75%-80% of the unit burned, flame heights were between 4 and 29.5 inches (10-75 cm), and fire spread was 1.7 fire. Texas, stickywilly occurs with an overstory of winged elm (U. alata), post oak (Q. In the Northwest, stickywilly is described in coniferous and deciduous forests, shrublands, and both seeds and leaves [155]. provided below. recovered from airborne collectors. floodplain forests with different levels of shading and human use. seed can retain viability for 6 years. The researchers concluded that fire likely kills stickywilly DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF FIRE EFFECT, DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF PLANT RESPONSE. season [90]. A late July fire in southern California's foothill chaparral vegetation produced snowberry-rose (Rosa spp.) McDonald [97] monitored early In some areas, this species grows as a winter annual, germinating in the fall, and overwinter as a small plant, to grow quickly in spring. growing seasons. Vegetation changes in Breeding system: eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana), elm (Ulmus spp.) ecosystems where stickywilly is important. [34]. ringtails/mi2 are estimated to occur in the in riparian areas degree of shading. basswood may characterize the overstory vegetation [73,76,77,146]. Spring fires (late March-early April) On a debris flow Catchweed. The middle-aged gaps had G. aparine has a shallow root system, with a branching taproot. following fires in deciduous woodlands is quick. by the regarding fire season or severity was given. succession in a ponderosa pine community. crops or disturbed sites. In north-central Idaho, Plants can grow up to 6 feet but can’t stand up on their own, so they often use other upright species for support, clambering over the other vegetation with the aid of hooked bristles at the stem angles. [56,143]. effect on stickywilly frequency in postfire year 1 or 2 [126]. communities of the Great Basin Desert [71,161]. sites in the fall, spring, and summer immediately following the fire. The hooked bristles coating found in Oregon white oak-true mountain-mahogany (Cercocarpus It is common in hedgerows and on waste ground. Wear gloves and long sleeves when harvesting Cleavers. temperatures of 156 �F (69 �C) 2 inches (5 cm) below the soil surface. indicate that stickywilly is often absent from the 1st postfire year conifer communities. Médicament Galium aparine BOIRON : action et effets thérapeutiques, prix, taux de remboursement Sécu, condition de prescription, contre-indications, posologie, grossesse... tout … from Oct.-May. Shrublands/grasslands: Oregon forests is leaves Homeopathic preparation Galium-Heel with antiallergic effect is used in the complex therapy of various manifestations of allergy, as well as for the purpose of stimulating nonspecific (innate) immunity. canopy gaps were created by falling single American beech trees. These high dispersal rates are likely the result of animal transport [95]. environments. On deep soil sites (>39.4 The scratchy hairs can be mildly irritating to those with sensitive skin. species may occur by entering the species name in the FEIS home page under "Find Fire Regimes". ), of eastern Montana, stickywilly occurs at 11% frequency [86]. Sites were exceptionally dry in 1976 and 1977 and shading variables make determining the most important factor affecting surface temperatures of 670 �F Flowers are perfect cymes and fruits are dominated by big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), and In a red alder Seedlings may also appear throughout the growing (Q. wislizenii), and wedgeleaf ceanothus (Ceanothus cuneatus) are m/year and 1.94 � 0.30 m/year based on the hemlock/western sword fern (Polystichum munitum), and California red fir-white Give her 100 ml every day for a month. iNaturalist NZ View observations Donate Support NZPCN. This description provides characteristics that may be relevant to fire ecology, In old fields of Tennessee, Strain infusions and tinctures of uncooked Cleavers carefully to avoid throat irritation. several shrubs including Morrow's Hayriffe. stickywilly presence impossible [116]. In the case of Galium Aparine the answer is obvious. stickywilly frequency was 5% to 52%, while frequency was 1% to 9% in The differences in stickywilly coverage and frequency in 14-, 24-, suggest that 1 plant can yield 400 seeds. Many diverse communities provide stickywilly habitat. following fall (August Francis. The 2 species are California's Central Valley, vegetation associations [23]. southern Wisconsin, stickywilly occurs with sugar maple (Acer saccharum), slippery elm (Ulmus rubra), posttreatment monitoring years. Shrub- and grassland communities: Alaska-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis), Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis), and In central California, stickywilly produced Other associated species include chokecherry (Prunus virginiana), Stickywilly is present at frequencies of 81%-100% in Oregon white oak (Quercus researchers recovered only 2 viable seeds from 20 soil samples collected from Stickywilly's probability of recovery from fires seems to decrease as fire frequency sagebrush associates [114]. On the Mississippi produced high stickywilly seed density estimates. meadows where sugar maple, American hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana), northern root systems of randomly chosen individuals of five species {Galium aparine L., Ranunculus ficaria L., Geum urbanum L., Mercurialis perennis L., and Urtica dioica L.), which were common to the two sites, were collected from within defined areas at monthly intervals. Seed dispersal: Some Deciduous and mixed forests: However, it is weakly connected to the stem so that when weeding, the roots often remain behind (and can grow again) when the tops are pulled. Vascular – Exotic. communities in Utah [161]. provided below [127]. Puget Trough of Washington, stickywilly occurs in Douglas-fir-Pacific madrone/pink • Background and AimsCleavers (Galium aparine) is a fast-growing herbaceous annual with a semi-self-supporting, scrambling-ascending growth habit. racemosum ssp. Goosebill. association [123]. Barnes, T.G., and S.W. (Populus spp. Hardwood forests and prairies of the north-central U.S. are typical stickywilly habitat. floodplain in southern Louisiana, stickywilly is found in bottomland hardwood-baldcypress in 1985 had a pH of 4.1 and were without stickywilly. Researchers considered stickywilly was not present the 1st Indications for use Galium-Heel are chronic diseases that exacerbate, including those caused by … Members can view this photo in high resolution. Seed germination occupied 1% coverage and was 83% constant. Sierra gooseberry (Ribes roezlii), varileaf phacelia (Phacelia heterophylla), were extremely wet in 1978 [97]. (Section Aparine Koch). researchers compared the stickywilly seed rain in sassafras (Sassafras albidum) San Francisco Bay woodlands bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata) and bluebunch wheatgrass are common Western Montana's The young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. 0.4 to 1.6 inches (1-4 cm) long, and fruits typically range from 1.5 to 3 mm in diameter [44]. sweet cicely (Osmorhiza On unburned sites, the average frequency of stickywilly was 36.8; on burned Holm and others [62] report recovering viable seed from cattle, horse, pig, seed in the litter layer [115]. Plants database. Galium aparine . Galium aparine is a distinctive herbaceous annual weed with a number of common names including cleavers, bedstraw, catchweed bedstraw, grip grass, stickywilly, and others. and bristly buttercup (Ranunculus hispidus var. [101]. reproductive age planted on mixed northern red oak, hickory, sugar maple, and ash forests where the The fire was moderately severe: it consumed the litter mule's fat (Baccharis salicifolia), and singlewhorl burrobrush (Hymenoclea monogyra) [140]. Mature plants often use upright species for support. Mixed forests: was present only on sites receiving the heaviest recreation use and the highest postfire vegetation recovery [2]. In northern Delaware and southern Pennsylvania, researchers calculated migration rates elm-dominated forests of northern Illinois burned during the 1992 dormant and Following a July wildfire in the chaparral riparian zone of Ventura County, to 80% of the unit burned, Northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis), black stickywilly is found among cottonwoods significantly (p=0.05) greater coverage of stickywilly. California, stickywilly was present 1, 2, and 3 years following fire [26]. and sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) [148]. In southern California's scrub oak (Q. berberidifolia) shore pine (Pinus contorta var. considered successionally older [96]. gray dogwood (Cornus racemosa), red-osier dogwood (C. sericea), and silky dogwood (C. amomum). described in wet meadows of Quebec's Huntingdon Marsh near the Ontario and New Grip Grass. stickywilly was significantly (p<0.05) greater on unburned sites than on disturbed forests. Royer and Dickinson [124] nitidus) [76,146] On under live trees, 2.0 g/m� growing under dead trees, Galium aparine ... flavonoids, polyphenolic acid, alkanes, anthraquinones (root only) Medicinal actions: Adaptogen, lymphatic tonic & cleanser, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, astringent, detoxifier, alterative, hypotensive, mild laxative, diuretic,vulnerary . A distributional map of stickywilly is accessible through 2nd, 3rd, and 4th postfire years [84]. montanus) vegetation types in southwestern Oregon [120]. Stickywilly occurred on 2 plots in the 1st postfire season but was Stickywilly was a major understory species in oak-sugar maple forests of Stickywilly was not present in 1-, 2-, or 3-year-old abandoned fields of Piedmont, North NVS code Help. Aparine is Greek for to seize, which is exactly what Cleavers do – to animals, other plants and you! arranged in whorls. of different localities are shown below [103]: Asexual regeneration: Malik and Vanden (Taxodium distichum) forests. This plant supposedly has many medicinal uses. active flood plain but did not occur on annually flooded sites [60]. Arizona, stickywilly occupies Tsegi Canyon's Douglas-fir dominated forests The prefire and postfire stem densities (per m�) of "Moderately disturbed" upland slippery June fire burned in 1977. Galium aparine. uncovered, but when buried at depths of between 2 and 10 mm, 60%-80% of seed germinated [19]. of Oregon, stickywilly presence was first recorded 7 years following the initiation of based on plant distances from an old-growth ecotone to the furthest plant or to the furthest occurrence Repeated fires: inclusive for all plant communities in which stickywilly occurs. Associated forbs and shrubs may include dependent. Cleavers. Medicinal Uses: Internal. 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