Related to Quamoclit: cypress vine


n.1.(Bot.) Formerly, a genus of plants including the cypress vine (Quamoclit vulgaris, now called Ipomœa Quamoclit). The genus is now merged in Ipomœa.
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quamoclit, causado pela agua quente (98[degrees]C), em relacao ao tratamento com agua a temperatura ambiente (26[degrees]C), foi observado por AZANIA et al.
Superacao da dormencia de sementes de corda-de-viola (Ipomoea quamoclit e I.
Gesneriaceae) or twining plants such as Ipomoea quamoclit (Convolvulaceae).
Debido a la diversidad morfologica entre las especies Austin (1979, 1980) propuso, con base en las caracteristicas del gineceo y de las semillas, tres subgeneros: Ipomoea, Quamoclit y Eriospermum, cada uno dividido en secciones y series, sin embargo, la clasificacion del genero sigue siendo objeto de discusion, senalandose en diversos trabajos (Austin y Huaman, 1996; Manos et al.
For example bougainvillea and clerodendrum splendens are heavy climbers, while quamoclit pinnata is a light climber.
It was observed that only one plant--Ipomoea quamoclit was used for exclusive treatment of common cold in goats.
Ipomoea hederifolia and L quamoclit have red-orange and red flowers, respectively, with narrow tubular corollas, dilute nectar and are predominately visited by hummingbirds and sulfur butterflies (hereafter referred to as 'hummingbird-pollinated' Ipomoea).
quamoclit consistently had the lowest florivory intensity, while the native, bumble bee-pollinated L cordatotriloba experienced the greatest florivory intensity.
A somewhat similar annual climber, though not of the same family, is Cardinal Climber, Quamoclit sloteri.
If you like the idea of an annual climber but are not so fond of sweet peas, Mr Fothergills has an unusual relative of the morning glory, Ipomea quamoclit 'pennata Mixed', with star-shaped flowers of pink, red and white with bright green climbing foliage.
Tais resultados sao semelhantes aos do trabalho realizado com a especie Ipomoea quamoclit, em que as sementes, ao serem mantidas em agua quente (98[degrees]C), perderam a viabilidade (AZANIA et al.
Bombax ceiba, Tradescantia spathacea, Ipomoea quamoclit, Kalanchoe pinnata, Cycas rumphii, Coleus blumei).