Sphaeralcea


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Related to Sphaeralcea: Sphaeralcea coccinea, Stokesia
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Noun1.Sphaeralcea - large genus of chiefly tropical herbs with showy flowers and mostly globose fruits: globe mallowsSphaeralcea - large genus of chiefly tropical herbs with showy flowers and mostly globose fruits: globe mallows
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
family Malvaceae, mallow family, Malvaceae - herbs and shrubs and some trees: mallows; cotton; okra
false mallow, globe mallow - genus of coarse herbs and subshrubs of arid North and South America having pink or scarlet flowers and globose fruits
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Sphaeralcea bonariensis (Malvaceae): A newly recorded introduced species in the flora of the United Arab Emirates.
Aphis gossypii (b) X Aphis craccivora (b) X X Aphis fabae (b) X Sphaeralcea Aphis gossypii (b) X X bonariensis Griseb Aphis spiraecola (c) X Taraxacum officinale Aphis gossypii (b) (Web) Trifolium repens Aphis craccivora (b) X X (L.
Brassicaceae), Coulter's horseweed, Laennecia coulteri (Asteraceae), golden crownbeard, Verbesina encelioides (Asteraceae), scrambled eggs, Corydalis aurea (Papaveraceae), velvet weed, Oenothera curtiflora (Onagraceae), silverleaf nightshade, Solanum elaeagnifolium (Solanaceae), copper globemallow, Sphaeralcea angustifolia (Malvaceae), trailing windmills, Allionia incarnata (Nyctanginaceae), and Dakota mock vervain, Glandularia bipinnatifida (Verbenaceae).
La fisonomia de la vegetacion revelo al quebracho blanco como la especie de mayor porte (6-7 m) y al algarrobo negro como la dominante, y algunas especies indicadoras de sobrepastoreo (Malvastrum coromandelianum, Sphaeralcea cordobensis y Cestrum parqui).
Sphaeralcea hastulata Gray, Orange globe-mallow (RR).
Oenothera rosea methanol extract, Sphaeralcea angustifolia chloroform extract, Acacia farnesiana, Larrea tridentata and Rubus coriifolius methanol extracts as well as the aqueous extract of Chamaedora tepejilote were demonstrated to be particularly active against the induced hind-paw edema.
Herbaceous plants that were rarely infested with parasites included the annuals Baileya and Chaenactis fremontii, as well as the perennials Oryzopsis and Sphaeralcea (Table 2).