There are just two species, R. officinalis (Rosemary), widespread in the Mediterranean region, and R. eriocalyx, native to northwest Africa and southern Spain. The latter differs from the well-known herb rosemary in its smaller leaves, only 5-15 mm long and less than 2 mm broad, and densely hairy flower stems. It also tends to be lower-growing, often under 25 cm tall and prostrate, and never exceeding 1 m tall (R. officinalis can reach 1.5 m, exceptionally 2 m, tall).
Erratum to "Protective effects of Rosmarinus tomentosus ethanol extract on thioacetamide-induced liver cirrhosis in rats" [Phytomedicine 13 (2006) 101-108].(ERRATUM)(Correction notice)
Nov 01, 2009; The publisher regrets to inform you of an error that occurred in a previous issue of this journal, [Phytome-dicine 13 (1-2)...