Calystegia


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Noun1.Calystegia - climbing or scrambling herbs: bindweedCalystegia - climbing or scrambling herbs: bindweed
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Convolvulaceae, family Convolvulaceae, morning-glory family - morning glory; bindweed; sweet potato; plants having trumpet-shaped flowers and a climbing or twining habit
Calystegia sepium, Convolvulus sepium, hedge bindweed, wild morning-glory - common Eurasian and American wild climber with pink flowers; sometimes placed in genus Convolvulus
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We quote family of Convolvulaceae represented by Calystegia sepium, followed by family of Iridaceae represented Iris Pseudacurus, and family of Plantaginaceae by Plantago crasiifolia.
D au cus carota * Bromus japonicus * Setaria pumila * Dianthus armeria * Calystegia sepium Sida spinosa * Dicanthelium sp.
litis bladderpod Morning-Glory Convolvulaceae Family Calystegia macrostegia (Greene) Brummit ssp.
pulchellum, Glaux maritima, Samolus valerandii), (4) species of temporary and disturbed wetlands (Isolepis setacea, Plantago uniflora, Sagina nodosa), (5) generalist grassland and wetland species (Calamagrostis epigejos, Calystegia sepium, Potentilla anserina) and (6) a group of species typical of the Holoschoenetalia (Agrostis stolonifera subsp.
indica podria colonizar cauces de arroyos que vierten sus aguas al rio Guadalquivir en la vega cordobesa, donde son frecuentes los canaverales, pudiendose ver la convolvulacea autoctona, y tambien voluble, Calystegia sepium (L.
Significantly reducing the threats to the plant species: Ligusticum scothicum and Calystegia soldanella; and
Argyreia nervosa, Calystegia sepium, Convolvulus sp.
Species composition reflected a dominance of Rhus integrifolia shrubs (46%), Calystegia macrostegia vines (33%), and Salsola tragus forbs (11%).