Hybanthus


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Noun1.Hybanthus - a genus of herbs and small shrubs with white or purple flowers; grows in tropical or subtropical regions
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
family Violaceae, Violaceae, violet family - a family of order Parietales including the genera Viola, Hybanthus, Hymenanthera, Melicytus
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Hemalatha, Evaluation of phytochemical and antioxidant activities of the different fractions of Hybanthus enneaspermus (Linn.) F.
In-vitro alpha amylase and alpha glucosidase inhibitory activity of various solvent extracts of Hybanthus enneaspermus Linn.
El autor enumera ciertas malezas sospechosas de ser tolerantes en la RPArg a las dosis recomendadas de glifosato, tales como Parietaria debilis, Petunia axilaris, Verbena litoralis, Verbena bonariensis, Hybanthus parviflorus, Iresine diffusa, Commelina erecta, Ipomoea sp.
consimilis, Antiaris toxicaria, Clausena hainanensis, Argyreia acuta, Paraboea hainanensis, Tacca chantrieri, Distyliopsis tutcheri, Hybanthus enneaspermus, Scutellaria luzonica var.
However, there is also transitional vegetation to low deciduous forests of neotropical distribution with species such as Phyllostylon rhamnoides and Hybanthus mexicanus (Ballard Jr, 1994; Perez-Calix and Carranza-Gonzalez, 1999).
The Georgia Botanical Society inventory lists "green violet (Hybanthus concolor), wild ginger" or Canada ginger "(Asarum canadense), sweet cicely (Osmorhiza longistylis), black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa), ravine grass (Brachyelytrum erectum), starry campion (Silene stellata), tall bellflower (Campanulastrum americanum), and black walnut (Juglans nigra) as found" mainly "in the Ridge" and "Valley, Blue Ridge, and upper piedmont of Georgia." Close "to the crest of the bluff, an altered longleaf pine-turkey" sand-hill community exists and favors a distinct, "fire adapted flora when" adequately controlled.
cuneata Scrophulariaceae Parentucellia latifolia x Solanaceae Nicotiana suaveolens Solanum ferocissimum Stackhousiaceae Stackhousia monogyna x x x Sterculiaceae Brachychiton populneus x Thymelaeaceae Pimelea linifolia x Urticariaceae Parietaria debilis x x Urtica urens x x Violaceae Hybanthus monopetalus Cryptogams Mosses Acaulon integrifolium x x Barbula calycina x x x x Bryum argentium x Campylopus clavatus x x Campylopus introflexus x x Ceratodon purpurescens x x x x Didymodon torquatus x x x Eccremidium arcuatum x x x x Eccremidium pulchellum x x x Entosthodon apophysatus x x x Entosthodon subnudus subsp.
Finally, it would have been useful to include a short discussion in the introduction or preface on some of the more recent and divergent taxonomic changes in some genera such as some Desomodium to Hylodesmum, some Lespedeza to Kummerowia, Psoralea to Orbexilum or Pediomelum, Coronilla to Securigera, Bumelia to Sideroxylon, Saxifraga to Micranthes, Dodecatheon to Primula, Hybanthus to Cubelium, etc.