Brugmansia


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brugmansia

(brʊɡˈmænsɪə)
n
(Plants) any of various solanaceous plants of the genus Brugmansia, native to tropical American regions and closely related to daturas, having sweetly scented flowers
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Noun1.brugmansia - includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpetsBrugmansia - includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpets
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
family Solanaceae, potato family, Solanaceae - large and economically important family of herbs or shrubs or trees often strongly scented and sometimes narcotic or poisonous; includes the genera Solanum, Atropa, Brugmansia, Capsicum, Datura, Hyoscyamus, Lycopersicon, Nicotiana, Petunia, Physalis, and Solandra
Brugmansia arborea, Datura arborea, maikoa, angel's trumpet - a South American plant that is cultivated for its large fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers
angel's trumpet, Brugmansia suaveolens, Datura suaveolens - South American plant cultivated for its very large nocturnally fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers
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Brugmansia (datura) BRUGMANSIA, or datura as they used to be called, are quite spectacular with their bold trumpet-shaped flowers, giving rise to their common name angel's trumpets.
BRUGMANSIA Brugmansia, or datura as they used to be called, are quite spectacular with their bold trumpetshaped flowers, giving rise to their common name, angel's trumpets.
Brugmansia (datura) Brugmansia, or datura as they used to be called, are quite spectacular with their bold trumpetshaped flowers, giving rise to their common name angel's trumpets.
Yna, coeden drawiadol hefo blodau fel trymped mawr, oren/felyn arni hi Brugmansia aurea neu drymped yr angel o Dde America oedd hon.
El genero Brugmansia, junto con los generos Datura e Hyoscyamus, posee un alto contenido de alcaloides del tropano como escopolamina, hiosciamina y atropina (4,) (8) .
Indeed, some of the mediatic and scientific descriptions of severe intoxications supposedly caused by ayahuasca could possibly be referring to the result of a combination of several factors, including the addition of more toxic plants to the ayahuasca preparation (such as some Brugmansia species) and the previous physical and mental health of the person drinking ayahuasca, including the medications being used by this person (73).
Un 23% corresponde a "arboles, arbustos y frutales", de gran importancia pues dan cuenta de la integracion de especies nativas en los agroecosistemas, en particular: el arrayan (Myrcianthes leucoxyla), el borrachero (Brugmansia sanguinea), el duraznillo (Abatia parviflora), el rodamonte (Escallonia lepidota) o el tibar (Escallonia paniculata).