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All Toxins. The fruit is a rounded or oval capsule opening at valves. It contains several brown or black seeds which are often shaped like a kidney or a snail shell.
A few species are commercially cultivated for several uses, including floristry , herbal medicine , and food. The baby's-breath most commonly used in flower arrangements such as bouquets is the common gypsophila, G.
The genus is a source of saponins that can be used for many purposes, including the production of photographic film and hemolytic laboratory reagents. Their detergent qualities make them useful in soap and shampoo. Several species are hyperaccumulators of boron , and may be planted to absorb the element from polluted soils.
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Some species are known as weeds, including the "aggressive ornamental" G. There are about species in the genus. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the jazz band with a similar name, see Gypsophilia.
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Caryophyllaceae taxa of Turkey. Gypsophila paniculata L. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.