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Velvetleaf

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Definition of the noun velvetleaf

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noun - plural: -

  1. arborescent perennial shrub having palmately lobed furry leaves and showy red-purple flowers; southwestern United States
    • lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
    • alternative spelling: velvet-leaf
    • scientific name: Lavatera arborea
    • synonym of velvetleaf: tree mallow
    • more generic words: bush / shrub = a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
    • member of: genus Lavatera / Lavatera = widespread genus of herbs or softwood arborescent shrubs cultivated for their showy flowers
    • geographic area: North America
    • observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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  2. tall annual herb or subshrub of tropical Asia having velvety leaves and yellow flowers and yielding a strong fiber; naturalized in southeastern Europe and United States

Alternative definition of the noun velvetleaf

noun

  1. A tall Asian herb, Abutilon theophrasti, that has velvety heart-shaped leaves and yellow flowers

Phrases with Velvetleaf

Phrases starting with the word Velvetleaf:

  1. Velvetleaf Blueberry
  2. Velvetleaf Glorybower
  3. Velvetleaf Tickclover
  4. Velvetleaf Huckleberry
  5. Velvetleaf Soldierbush
  6. Velvetleaf Ticktrefoil
  7. Velvetleaf Indian Mallow

Phrases ending with the word Velvetleaf:

  1. White Velvetleaf
  2. Fries' Velvetleaf
  3. Yellow Velvetleaf
  4. Big Yellow Velvetleaf
  5. Contracted Velvetleaf

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Velvetleaf

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Google previewAllelopathy (2012)

by Elroy L. Rice

Velvetleaf is a potent allelopathic ...

Google previewWeeds of California and Other Western States (2007)

Velvetleaf is an important weed of many crops in the United States, and is especially problematic where corn, soybeans, or cotton are major crops. Its tall growth form can severely reduce light pen- etration to crops. It is susceptible to a number ...

Google previewHeteroptera of Economic Importance (2000)

by Carl W. Schaefer, Antonio Ricardo Panizzi

Damage Velvetleaf is an increasingly serious problem in corn (Zea mays L.) , soybean (Glycine max L.), cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), and sorghum ( Sorghum bicolor L.) fields (Patterson et al. 1987), where it overgrows and strangles ...

Google previewWeeds of North America (2014)

by Richard Dickinson, France Royer

Velvetleaf is a serious weed in.

Google previewWeeds of the Northern U.S. and Canada (1999)

A Guide for Identification by France Royer, Richard Dickinson

REASONS FOR CONCERN Velvetleaf is a serious weed in corn and soy beans. It is commonly found in cultivated fields, gardens, fence rows, and waste areas.

Google previewBulletin (1905)

Velvetleaf is a tall annual, 4 to 5 feet high, with large, velvety, heart-shaped, pointed leaves; conspicuous in corn and potato fields, and especially in bottom lands. The flowers are yellow, the seed capsules are urn-shaped and many pointed or ...

Google previewThe Practice of Statistics (2010)

by Daren S. Starnes, Dan Yates, David S. Moore

Weeds among the corn Velvetleaf is a particularly annoying weed in cornfields.

Google previewIntegrated Crop Protection in Cereals (1988)

by R. Cavalloro

Velvetleaf is an annual herbaceous weed which overwinters on grains. It germinates in spring with scalar emergence, and blooms from June to September . It also infests sugarbeet, soyabean, tomato and tobacco and it has been recorded in ...

Google previewAnnual Report (1897)

by Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center

Velvetleaf is a tall annual, 4 to 5 feet high, with large, velvety, heart- shaped, pointed leaves ; conspicuous in corn and potato fields, and especially in bottom lands. The flowers are -yellow, the seed capsules are urn- shaped and many pointed ...

Google previewA First Ohio Weed Manual (1897)

General Weed Questions : Descriptive, Illustrated List of Ohio Weeds by Augustine Dawson Selby

Velvetleaf is a tall annual, 4 to 5 feet high, with large, velvety, heartshaped, pointed leaves; conspicuous in corn and potato fields, and especially in bottom lands. The flowers are yellow, the seed capsules are urnshaped and many pointed or ...

Google previewIntegrated Pest Management for Cotton in the Western Region of the United States (1996)

Velvetleaf Abutilon theophrasti Velvetleaf is an increasing problem in the cotton- growing areas of the San Joaquin Valley. Because of its growth habit and resistance to dinitroaniline herbicides (trifluralin and pendimethalin), this weed has the ...

Google previewWeed-Crop Competition (2007)

A Review by Robert L. Zimdahl

Velvetleaf—Abutilon theophrasti Velvetleaf is a good competitor when soil water is adequate because it transpires a lot of water. Light interacts with water because solar radiation is the driver of plant water use (Salisbury and Chandler 1993).

Google previewThe new international encyclopaedia (1905)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

The plant is called velvetleaf in the West Indies, from the peculiar and beautiful appearance of the leaves. It is a climbing shrub, with round leaves, racemes of small, yellow flowers, and small, hairy, scarlet berries. The root of Cissampelos ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

barata yellow velvetleaf Sumpflieb Limania acidissima L. -> 1009 Limania mfolia ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Biology (2009)

by Don Rittner, Timothy Lee McCabe

Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) is an example of a C3 plant. C4 plant A small number of plants that incorporate CO2 using a carboxylase for the CO2 capture, producing a four-carbon compound (carboxylic acid) as a stable intermediary in the ...

Google previewDictionary of the American West (2008)

by Win Blevins

Mormon weed (velvetleaf ).

Google previewEncyclopedia of Pest Management (2002)

by David Pimentel, Ph.D.

velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti), scentless chamomile (Matricaria maritima), barnyard grass (Echinochloa crusgalli), green foxtail (Setaria viridis L. Beam ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences (1898)

Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ... by George Milbry Gould

(velvetleaf Indian mallow); is demulcent, and is a safe remedy for diarrhea. Unof. Abvacuation (ab-vak-u-a/-shun). Same as AbevacuaLoss or tion, 7. v ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences, Including the Pronunciation... (1903)

by George Milbry Gould

(velvetleaf Indian mallow); is demulcent, and is a safe remedy for diarrhea. Unof. Abvacuation (ab-uah-u—a'-shun). Same as Abeuacuation, a. '0. Abysmal (alt-biz'mml) [abJ/ssus, abysm]. F athomless.

Google previewDictionary of Upriver Halkomelem (2009)

by Brent Douglas Galloway

qim'/ velvetleaf blueberry ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Evolution (2009)

by Stanley A. Rice

velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti), was brought to America because its beautiful immature fruits could be used to make decorations on slabs of butter, hence its other common names “stampweed” and “butterprint.” In each case, organisms ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

See jute* East Indian velvetleaf. See Touriieforvia. velvet-loom (vel'vet-lOrn), n.

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Velvetleaf Meaning

Video shows what velvetleaf means. Any of several plants with a velvety leaf as a most notable feature. A tall Asian herb, Abutilon theophrasti, that has velvety ...

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The value of this 10-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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