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Definition of the noun gynura
What does gynura mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- genus of Old World tropical herbs: velvet plants
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonym of Gynura: genus Gynura
- more generic term: asterid dicot genus = genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
- member of: aster family / Asteraceae / Compositae / family Asteraceae / family Compositae = plants with heads composed of many florets: aster; daisy; dandelion; goldenrod; marigold; lettuces; ragweed; sunflower; thistle
- member: purple velvet plant / royal velvet plant / Gynura aurantiaca / velvet plant = Javanese foliage plant grown for their handsome velvety leaves with violet-purple hairs
Phrases with Gynura
- Gynura Aspera
- Gynura Cernua
- Gynura Eximia
- Gynura Lyrata
- Gynura Mollis
- Gynura Ovalis
- Gynura Rubens
- Gynura Sinica
- Gynura Bicolor
- Gynura Biflora
- Gynura Bulbosa
- Gynura Miniata
- Gynura Sinuata
- Gynura Malasica
- Gynura Dichotoma
- Gynura Sumatrana
- Gynura Vitellina
- Gynura Annamensis
- gynura aurantiaca
- genus gynura
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Gynura
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Plant Inventory (1922)
“The Gynura is a composite climber. It is a plant worthy of all the care possible to establish it in the West Indies and Florida.” 47513. PHYTELEPHAs MACROCARPA Ruiz and Pav. Phoenicaceae. Ivory-nut palm. From Para, Brazil.
World Vegetables (2012)
Principles, Production, and Nutritive Values by Vincent E. Rubatzky, Mas Yamaguchi
Gynura is a perennial plant native to the Old World tropics. It is a popular crop grown in China for the young shoots and leaves which are used as a vegetable or in soup preparation (Fig. 18.14). The plant is recognized by the dark green upper ...
“The Gynura is a composite climber. It is a plant worthy of all the care possible to establish it in the West Indies and Florida.” 47513. PHYTELEPHAs MACRoCARPA Ruiz and Pav. Phoenicaceae. Ivory-nut palm. From Para, Brazil.
Eat Your Greens (2014)
The Surprising Power of Homegrown Leaf Crops by David Kennedy
Gynura is an excellentyard plant and is often grown as an edible ornamental due to its striking foliage that has glossy green upper sides and bright purple lower sides. It grows in clumps, quickly reaching three feet in diameter and three feet in ...
Subjective health care viewed with an objective eye by Joseph Segen
Gynura. pinnatifida. Gold no trade, jin bu huan, mountain varnish, san chi, shan chi Chinese medicine A perennial herb, the root of which is highly regarded in traditional ...
An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright
Gynura; Gypsophila. of vigorous growth, and makes bold, handsome clumps in a few years. It is thusacapital lawn subject. Its requirements are a sheltered position (it dislikes wind-swept districts), and a. rich, light soil, plentifully enriched with ...
by Urs Eggli, Leonard E. Newton
(Gynura) dualis Lat., of two; for the two-leaved branchlets. (Antimima) dubitans Lat., doubting; for the uncertain generic placement of the taxon. (Lampranthus) dubius Lat., dubious, doubtful: (1) for the uncertain taxonomic status. ( Jordaaniella) ...
Geographical and Administrative Designations by Hua Linfu, Paul D. Buell
Chen, rosewood Unidentified herb Gynura segetum (Lour. ) Merr.
by Elmer Drew Merrill
Gynura angulosa DC. SAMPAGANG, Pamp. Jasminum sambac Ait. SAMpAGuiTA. Jasseminum sambac ...
by Joelle Steele
Gynura [ji-new-rah] ( Velvet plant) Gypsophila [jip-sow-fee-lah] (Baby's breath) Hedera helix [head-er- ah ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
Gundelia, Gundlachia, Guten- bergia, Gutierrezia, Gymnarrhena, Gymnocondylus, Gymnocoronis, Gym- nodiscus, Gymnolaena, Gymnolomia, Gymnopentzia, Gymnosperma, Gym- nostephium, Gynoxys, Gynura, Gypo- thamnium, Gyptidium, ...
Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson
Gynura latent virus (GyLV) Helleborus carlavirus (HeCV) Kalanchoe carlavirus (KaCV) Nasturtium mosaic virus (NasMV) Plantain virus 8 (PlV8) Southern potato virus (SPV) Voandzeia mosaic ...
Chemical Data, Structures and Bibliographies by J. Elks
of Gynura ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson
GYNURA. Involucral bracts ten to twelve, in one series, narrow ; receptacle flat, pitted or shortly fibrillate.
by George Nicholson
Gynura, Cassini. Gypsophila, Linnaeus. Bonpland, Habeneria, Willdenow. Haberlea, Frivaldsky. Hablitzia, Bieberstein. Habranthus, Herbert. Hacqnetia, Necker. Heemanthus, Linnaeus. Husmaria, Lindley.
by Rolf H. J. Schlegel
Gynura pinnatifida ( Compositae), ...
by John Christopher Willis
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
anise chamomile guava mugwort strawberry tree anise hyssop charlock gynura mullein sugar maple arnica chervil gypsywort mustard sugar palm arrowroot chicory harebell neem tree sweet basil bacopa cinnamon heliotrope nutmeg sweet ...
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- Gynura aurantiaca (Purple Passion Plant)
Gynura is an Asian genus of the botanical family Asteraceae, subfamily Asteroideae, tribe Senecioneae. The most known species is Gynura aurantiaca, so called because of the color of its orange inflorescences. This plant is also commonly known as "Purple Passion" because of the velvety purple leaves.</p><p>Species include -<br />Gynura aurantiaca (Purple Passion Plant)<br />Gynura bicolor (Okinawa spinach; nutritious cooked vegetable. Known as KinJiSo in Japan)<br />Gynura crepidioides (a nutritious cooked vegetable)<br />Gynura drymophila<br />Gynura formosana<br />Gynura nepalensis (Cholesterol Spinach - supposedly cholesterol-lowering)<br />Gynura sarcobasis (Thickhead) (formerly Crassocephalum & Gynura crepidioides, but the correct name is Crassocephalum sarcobasis)<br />Gynura sarmentosa<br />Gynura sarmentosa 'Pink Ice'<br />Gynura sarmentosa 'Aureo-variegata'
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- Gynura aurantiaca
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