Thunbergia


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thunbergia

(θʊnˈbɜːdʒɪə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the typically climbing tropical genus Thunbergia such as black-eyed Susan: family Acanthaceae
[named after K. P. Thunberg (1743–1822), Swedish traveller and botanist]
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Noun1.thunbergia - a genus of herbs or vines of the family AcanthaceaeThunbergia - a genus of herbs or vines of the family Acanthaceae
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
Acanthaceae, acanthus family, family Acanthaceae - widely distributed herbs and shrubs and trees; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales
black-eyed Susan, black-eyed Susan vine, Thunbergia alata - tropical African climbing plant having yellow flowers with a dark purple center
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Commonly known as the black-eyed Susan vine, Thunbergia makes a great trailing or climbing container plant.
27) Thunbergia laurifolia, Linn, is a traditional Thai herbal medicine used to treat alcohol and drug addiction and has been tested preclinically and has some mild-stimulant properties that may make it useful as an agonist therapy.
2015a), Thunbergia species (Singtonat and Osathanunkul 2015) and 12 Croton species (Osathanunkul et al.
Effects of drying method and particle size on the antioxidant properties of leaves and teas of Morus alba, Lagerstroemia speciosa and Thunbergia laurifolia.
HUSSEIN (2008), avaliando epocas de estaquia de Thunbergia grandiflora obteve o melhor percentual de enraizamento quando a estaquia foi realizada no inicio da primavera.
Magnoliophythas registradas en la RFIEC Familia Especie Acanthaceae Justicia chlorostachya Leonard Thunbergia aiata Bojer ex Sims Trichantera gigantea (Humb.
y Thunbergia alata tal vez no deben ser erradicadas del campus, pero si deben ser manejadas porque se ha observado que tienen facilidad para incrementar en el campus sus poblaciones mas alla de los niveles deseables.
For instance, Thunbergia grandiflora was used by the TMPs for conjunctivitis.
Structure and development of the flowers in Mendoncia, Pseudocalyx, and Thunbergia (Acanthaceae) and their systematic implications.
La planta trepadora thunbergia fue utilizada para cubrir el alto paredon del fondo del jardin.