verbenaceous

verbenaceous

(ˌvɜːbɪˈneɪʃəs)
adj
(Botany) of, relating to, or belonging to the Verbenaceae, a family of herbaceous and climbing plants, shrubs, and trees, mostly of warm and tropical regions, having tubular typically two-lipped flowers: includes teak, lantana, vervain, and verbena
[C19: from New Latin Verbēnāceae, from Medieval Latin: verbena]
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Cichewicz, "Phenylethanoid and lignan glycosides from polar extracts of Lantana, a genus of verbenaceous plants widely used in traditional herbal therapies," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
marina and other verbenaceous plants, and Sonneratia alba and other sonneratacean plants), have typical pneumatophores and can live on substrates of medium stability.
For example, the mangroves on the central and South American coast of the tropical Pacific have other typical tree species, such as the malvaceous Pavonia rhizophorae, the rhizophoraceous Rhizophora racemosa, the caesalpinaceous Mora oleifera, and the verbenaceous Avicennia bicolor.
Pollinator preferences for yellow, orange, and red flowers of Mimulus verbenaceous and M.