Bougainvillea glabra

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Noun1.Bougainvillea glabra - Brazilian vine that tends to flower continuouslyBougainvillea glabra - Brazilian vine that tends to flower continuously
bougainvillea - any of several South American ornamental woody vines of the genus Bougainvillea having brilliant red or purple flower bracts; widely grown in warm regions
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El individuo observado estaba forrajeando cerca de la orilla de uno de los cuerpos de agua del Parque Ecologico, entre las ramas de una bugambilia (Bougainvillea glabra) de porte bajo, a menos de 1 m del suelo.
Growth was minimal (mean shell heights < 10 mm), but significantly different from the initial shell height at hatching in snails fed Tradescantia spathacea (Commelinaceae) (t = 7.15; df = 4; P < 0.01), Philodendron bipinnatifidum (Araceae) (t = 7.00; df = 3; P < 0.01), Persea americana (Lauraceae) (t = 3.09; df = 4; P = 0.04), Callicarpa americana (Lamiaceae) (t = 6.62; df = 3; P < 0.01), and Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) (t = 35; df = 1; P = 0.02).
In 2005, Moallemi and Chehrazi showed that treatment of cuttings of Bougainvillea glabra with the hormone caused that length of root in each cutting compared to treatment of control is to be increased significantly but, a significant difference was not observed among the various concentrations of IBA and NAA from this view point [17].
Many other plants like Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae), Solanum jasminoides (Solanaceae), Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) and Capparis spinosa (41-42) had also shown to act as future alternative for the control of sandflies.
Bougainvillea, belongs to the family Nyctaginaceae, with five species include Bougainvillea glabra, Bougainvillea buttiana, Bougainvillea peruviana, Bougainvillea spectabilis and Bougainvillea spinosa.
Bougainvillea glabra Choisy is an ornamental plant used in gardens in Brazil, commonly known as "Boungainvile".
Its effectiveness has been reported in varying tissues from juvenile to mature in several species like Acacia mangium (Ahmed, 1989), Bougainvillea glabra (Sharma et al., 1981), Primus serotina (Tricoli et al., 1985), Eucalyptus spp.