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Noun1.Asclepiadaceae - widely distributed family of herbs and shrubs of the order GentianalesAsclepiadaceae - widely distributed family of herbs and shrubs of the order Gentianales; most with milky juice
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Gentianales, order Gentianales - an order of dicotyledonous plants having gamopetalous flowers; Gentianaceae; Apocynaceae; Asclepiadaceae; Loganiaceae; Oleaceae; Salvadoraceae
asclepiad - any plant of the family Asclepiadaceae
Asclepias, genus Asclepias - genus of chiefly North American perennial herbs: silkweed; milkweed
Araujia, genus Araujia - small genus of South American evergreen vines
genus Cynancum - genus of perennial tropical African lianas
genus Hoya - large genus of climbing shrubs of Australia and Asia and Polynesia
genus Periploca, Periploca - genus of woody vines of warm regions of the Old World
genus Sarcostemma, Sarcostemma - succulent subshrubs or vines; tropical and subtropical India and Africa and Malaysia
genus Stapelia - genus of foul-smelling plants resembling cacti; found from Africa to East India
genus Stephanotis - genus of Old World tropical woody vines
genus Vincetoxicum, Vincetoxicum - genus of chiefly tropical American vines having cordate leaves and large purple or greenish cymose flowers; supposedly having powers as an antidote
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The Genus Vincetoxicum of plant the family Asclepiadaceae (milkweed) is widely distributed in Europe and Asia.
H.carnosa is a species of Asclepiadaceae, included in the list of Chinese medicinal plants which contain phenolic components such as phenolic alkaloids, phenolic acids, flavonoids, tannins, phenolic terpenoids, quinone, stilbenes, volatiles and aliphatic components (4).
ex DC.) Ha,P Mathias & Constance [Spreading Scaleseed] Asclepiadaceae Asclepias oenotheroides Cham.
Family FIV Acanthaceae 11.35 Amaryllidaceae 0.22 Apiaceae 23.58 Asclepiadaceae 0.22 Asphodelaceae 0.44 Bignoniaceae 0.87 Clusiaceae 0.44 Combretaceae 0.44 Crassulaceae 0.22 Cyperaceae 0.44 Euphorbiaceae 1.31 Fabaceae 3.49 Lamiaceae 0.44 Lauraceae 0.65 Loganiaceae 0.44 Malvaceae 0.87 Meliaceae 0.44 Menispermaceae 13.53 Molluginaceae 0.22 Moringaceae 0.87 Piperaceae 1.31 Poaceae 0.44 Rutaceae 13.32 Sapindaceae 0.22 Sapotaceae 0.87 Solanaceae 10.92 Verbenaceae 3.49 Zingiberaceae 12.23 Table 3: Medicinal plant species used in Gampaha District to treat inflammatory conditions.
Br (Asclepiadaceae), popularly known as Silk cotton, silk flower, beach cotton, milkmaid etc., a natural shrub from Africa and Asia [13,14], has an efficient capacity of dissemination in the arid regions and semi-arid regions, being also common throughout the Northeast of Brazil.
The role of self-pollen in the female reproductive success of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca: Asclepiadaceae).
(*)Mangifera indica L., T C/W Immune Omuyembe (NPK071) boosting, Diarrhoea, Cataract, Lethargy Asclepiadaceae 7.
Similar results were reported in the aqueous extracts of Moringa oleifera (Moringaceae) leaves [24], root and latex extracts of Asclepiadaceae plants (25), and Calotropis gigantean (17).
(A026) Rauvolfia vomitoria Unknown Wennberg (A025) Asclepiadaceae Calotropis gigantea Unknown (L.) W.
Aiton, NA 72 Polygonaceae, Kafumitabage H Road side Lvs Oxygonum sinuatum ngege Dammer, NA 27 Palmae, Mukindu; T Homestead Fr Phoenix reclinata Mpirinvuma compound Jacq., NA 76 Asclepiadaceae, Mulondo Rh Home Wh Mondia whytie garden Skeels, NA 70 Commelinaceae, Nnanda H Field Lvs Commelina ennene benghalensis L., NA 19 Commelinaceae, Nnanda H Field Lvs Commelina africana entono L., NA 20 Amaranthaceae, Mbooge H Home Lvs/ Amaranthus entono garden Sh graecizans subsp.