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A fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) having rhizomes and stalks that yield an oleoresin used to expel tapeworms.
Any fern when you look at the Dryopteris genus.
A fern of North America and Europe (Dryopteris filix-mas) whose rhizomes and stalks give an oleoresin always expel tapeworms. It's a member for the woodfern genus.
a stylish fern, Aspidium Filix-mas (Nephrodium Filix-mas of Richard; Lastrea Filix-mas of Presl), using the fronds developing in a crown, within North and south usa, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
See cut under fern.
The dried rhizome of Dry-opteris Filix-mas of Schott, or of Dryopteris marginalis of Gray, utilized as an anthelmintic.
fern of North America and Europe whose rhizomes and stalks give an oleoresin familiar with expel tapeworms
a fern of genus Aspidium (Aspidium Filixmas), found in medication as an anthelmintic, esp. from the tapeworm. Aspidium marginale in the usa, and Aspidium athamanticum in Southern Africa, are employed as good substitutes when it comes to male fern in health training. See Female fern, under Female.
Hypernym for "male fern"
Cross Reference for "male fern"