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Question 1: A native of central and northern Europe, ________ and northeastern North America, Hepatica is sometimes called liverleaf or "liverwort".
SingaporeContinentAsiaMiddle East

Question 2: Although poisonous in large doses, the leaves and flowers may be used as an astringent, demulcent for slow-healing injuries and as a ________ [1].
DiureticCalcium channel blockerBeta blockerAntihypertensive drug

Question 3: ________, moths, bees, flies and beetles are known to act as pollinators for Hepatica.

Question 4: Some botanists include Hepatica within a wider interpretation of ________.
AnemoneAnemone coronariaRanunculaceaeFlowering plant

Question 5: Hepatica cultivation has been popular in Japan since the 18th Century (mid-________), where flowers with doubled petals and a range of colour patterns have been developed [10].
BakumatsuEdo periodTokugawa shogunateTokugawa Yoshinobu

Question 6: nobilis - European Hepatica - ________ north to Scandinavia
AlpsGeographyJura MountainsHimalayas

Question 7: Hepatica is a genus of herbaceous perennial plants belonging to the buttercup family, ________.
AnemoneFlowering plantRanunculaceaeAquilegia

Question 8: Hepatica transsilvanica - ________ and Transylvania
Carpathian MountainsRomaniaBratislavaCluj-Napoca

Question 9: Hepatica will also grow in both sandy and clay-rich substrates, being associated with ________.
Karst topographyCarbonate rockLimestoneSedimentary rock

Question 10: Between two and ten ________ of Hepatica are recognised, with some of the taxa more often treated as varieties:
EvolutionSpeciesBiological classificationLife


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