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Question 1: Pulsatilla vulgaris is the county flower for both Hertfordshire and ________.
PeterboroughHuntingdonshireCambridgeshireNorthamptonshire

Question 2: Excess use can lead to diarrhoea, vomiting and convulsions,[2] hypotension and ________.
ICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findingsComaPersistent vegetative stateAmnesia

Question 3: This genus is sometimes included as part of genus ________ as subgenus Pulsatilla, and is also commonly known as the prairie crocus, wind flower, Easter Flower and meadow anemone.
RanunculaceaeAnemone coronariaFlowering plantAnemone

Question 4: [2] Pulsatilla should not be taken during pregnancy nor during ________.
Menstrual cycleLactationPubertyEstrous cycle

Question 5: Pulsatilla hirsutissima is the state flower of South Dakota and the provincial flower of ________.
OntarioManitobaCanadaAlberta

Question 6: A pasque flower (or pasqueflower) is a deciduous perennial that is found in short clumps in meadows and prairies of North America and ________.
EuropeContinentAfricaEurasia

Question 7: It is rarely and locally in southern England from where the Pasque / Parsk / Pask family takes its name - Barnsley Warren SSSI contains one of the ________ largest populations.
CotswoldsChiltern HillsQuantock HillsMendip Hills

Question 8: The genus Pulsatilla includes about 30 species, many of which are valued for their finely-dissected leaves, solitary bell-shaped ________, and plumed seed heads.
FruitPollinationFlowering plantFlower







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