Chamaecrista


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Noun1.Chamaecrista - genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having sensitive leaves and suddenly dehiscing podsChamaecrista - genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having sensitive leaves and suddenly dehiscing pods; some species placed in genus Cassia
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Caesalpinioideae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae - alternative name in some classification systems for the family Caesalpiniaceae
Cassia fasciculata, Chamaecrista fasciculata, partridge pea, sensitive pea, wild sensitive plant - tropical American plant having leaflets somewhat sensitive to the touch; sometimes placed in genus Cassia
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corymbulosa Callirhoe alcaeoides Pale poppymallow Callirhoe involucrata Purple poppymallow Chamaecrista fasciculata Showv partridgepea y Chamaesyce maculata Spotted spurge Cliamaesyce nutans Nodding spurge Cirsium undulatum Wavyleaf thistle Comandra umbellata ssp.
(2013) observed that high values of total porosity (above 85%) in the commercial substrate can hamper the initial growth of Chamaecrista desvauxii (Collad.) seedlings, as observed in the present study.
The two nectary plant species chosen for observation were partridge pea, Chamaecrista fasciculata (Michx.) Greene (Fabaceae), a native legume, and a native poinsettia, Euphorbia heterophylla (L.) (Euphorbiaceae).
Ground cover vegetation consisted of bunch grasses (Andropogon spp.), wiregrass, blackberry Rubus spp., goldenrod Solidago spp., partridge pea Chamaecrista fasciculata and ragweed Ambrosia artemisiifolia.
2,24 Caesalpinnoideae Chamaecrista diphylla (L.) Greene 1,64 Chamaecrista spp.
The stigmatic orifice in cassia, senna and chamaecrista (caesalpiniaceae)-morfological variation, function during pollination, and possible adaptive significance.
Dentre as plantas do porte herbaceo (Figura 3 e 4), 42,9% das especies (Tabela 2) enquadram seu uso para forracao, a exemplo de Chamaecrista repens (Figura 3D), Diodella teres (Figura 3E), Evolvulus cordatus (Figura 3F), Gomphrena desertorum (Figura 3G), Mitracarpus baturitensis (Figura3J), Pavonia cancellata (Figura 4L), Rhaphiodon echinus (Figura 4N), Richardia scabra (Figura 40), Selaginella convoluta (Figura 4P) e Zornia brasiliensis (Figura 4U).