Lyonia


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Noun1.Lyonia - evergreen or deciduous shrubs or small trees of United States to Antilles and eastern Asia to the HimalayaLyonia - evergreen or deciduous shrubs or small trees of United States to Antilles and eastern Asia to the Himalaya
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Lyonia mariana, stagger bush, staggerbush - deciduous shrub of coastal plain of the eastern United States having nodding pinkish-white flowers; poisonous to stock
he-huckleberry, Lyonia ligustrina, male berry, maleberry, privet andromeda - deciduous much-branched shrub with dense downy panicles of small bell-shaped white flowers
fetter bush, Lyonia lucida, shiny lyonia, fetterbush - showy evergreen shrub of southeastern United States with shiny leaves and angled branches and clusters of pink to reddish flowers that resemble an umbel
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The vegetative and reproductive structure of papaya (Carica papaya) Lyonia 1: 191-208.
0.83 54 Lyonia ovalifolia (Wall.) 5.65 3.72 Drude 49 Stereospermum personatum 2.83 3.92 (Hassk.) Chatterjee 10 Mallotus philippensis 0.84 (Lam.) Mull.-Arg.
Lee, "Folk medicinal knowledge and conservation status of some economically valued medicinal plants of district Swat, Pakistan," Lyonia, vol.
incana, Rhododendron arboreum, Lyonia, Machilus Hurla, Bhutti, Chakoli and odoratissima, Litsea umbrosa, Panarasa Range Myrica sapida, Symplocos crataegoides, Benthamidia Altitude-1518-2492m, capitata Aspect-northeastern, Eastern, I.
Rollenbeck, "Variability of precipitation in the Reserva Biologica San Francisco/Southern Ecuador," Lyonia, vol.
2), 8$, and 12 were beaten from rusty lyonia, Lyonia ferruginea (Walt.) Nutt.
--1989 'The neurotoxicity of the Cycads: An annotated bibliography for the years 1829-1989', Lyonia 2(5):201-70.
Of 132 medicinal plant species the following 22 are considered rare and endangered; Aconitum atrox, Dactylorhiza hatagirea, Fritillaria roylei, Thalictrum foliolosum, Berberis aristata, Artemisia maritime, Delphinium cashmerianum, Gloriosa superb, Saussurea obvallata, Betula utilis, Nardostachys jatamansi, Swertia chiraita, Rheum austral, Rheum webbianum, Podophylum hexandrum, Hippophea salicifolia, Bergenia ligulata, Bergenia stracheyi, Arnebia benthamii, Rhododendron arboretum, Aegle marmelos, Lyonia ovalifolia and Waldhemia glabra.
Other associates (such as Quercus leucotriphora, Mrrica esculanta and Lyonia ovolifolia) contribute only 17% of the total tree density in the watershed.