Cissus: A plant genus of the family VITACEAE. Cissus rufescence gum is considered comparable to TRAGACANTH.Fertility Agents, Male: Compounds which increase the capacity of the male to induce conception.Plant Extracts: Concentrated pharmaceutical preparations of plants obtained by removing active constituents with a suitable solvent, which is evaporated away, and adjusting the residue to a prescribed standard.Vitaceae: A plant family of the order Rhamnales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida, best known for the VITIS genus, the source of grapes.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Anti-Obesity Agents: Agents that increase energy expenditure and weight loss by neural and chemical regulation. Beta-adrenergic agents and serotoninergic drugs have been experimentally used in patients with non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) to treat obesity.Toxicity Tests, Acute: Experiments designed to determine the potential toxic effects of one-time, short-term exposure to a chemical or chemicals.Poncirus: A plant genus of the family RUTACEAE. Members contain ponfolin, a coumarin (COUMARINS).FloridaAtlases as Topic: Collections of illustrative plates, charts, etc., usually with explanatory captions.Classification: The systematic arrangement of entities in any field into categories classes based on common characteristics such as properties, morphology, subject matter, etc.Citrus: A plant genus of the family RUTACEAE. They bear the familiar citrus fruits including oranges, grapefruit, lemons, and limes. There are many hybrids which makes the nomenclature confusing.Dalbergia: A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. 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Do not confuse with Holly (ILEX).North CarolinaTetranychidae: Family of spider MITES, in the superfamily Tetranychoidea, suborder Trombidiformes.Spiders: Arthropods of the class ARACHNIDA, order Araneae. Except for mites and ticks, spiders constitute the largest order of arachnids, with approximately 37,000 species having been described. The majority of spiders are harmless, although some species can be regarded as moderately harmful since their bites can lead to quite severe local symptoms. (From Barnes, Invertebrate Zoology, 5th ed, p508; Smith, Insects and Other Arthropods of Medical Importance, 1973, pp424-430)Biodiversity: The variety of all native living organisms and their various forms and interrelationships.Conservation of Natural Resources: The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.Ecosystem: A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. 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It may contain complete genomic sequences (GENOMIC LIBRARY) or complementary DNA sequences, the latter being formed from messenger RNA and lacking intron sequences.Prevotella intermedia: A species of gram-negative, anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria originally classified within the BACTEROIDES genus. This bacterium is a common commensal in the gingival crevice and is often isolated from cases of gingivitis and other purulent lesions related to the mouth.Click Chemistry: Organic chemistry methodology that mimics the modular nature of various biosynthetic processes. It uses highly reliable and selective reactions designed to "click" i.e., rapidly join small modular units together in high yield, without offensive byproducts. In combination with COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY TECHNIQUES, it is used for the synthesis of new compounds and combinatorial libraries.Cyanophora: A genus of primitive plants in the family Cyanophoraceae, class GLAUCOPHYTA. 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Cissus bipinnata Elliott, Cissus orientalis Lam., Cissus stans Pers., Hedera arborea (L.) Walter, Nekemias bipinnata Raf., ... Outside the United States, this usually refers to some species of Piper (genus). Ampelopsis arborea, commonly known as pepper ... Its synonyms include: Nekemias arborea, Ampelopsis bipinnata Michx., Ampelopsis pinnata DC., Cissus arborea (L.) Des Moul., ...
Members of the genus are commonly known as burr cucumbers. Blastania garcini (Burm.f.) Cogn. (as S. garcini Burm.f.) Cissus ... as S. edulis Jacq.) "Genus: Sicyos L". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 1998- ... Sicyos is a flowering plant genus of the family Cucurbitaceae. ...
These species are caudiciform and used to belong to the genus Cissus. The genus name comes from Greek kyphos, meaning hump, and ... There are about 260 species in the genus. C. abercornense Wild & R.B.Drumm. C. adamii Desc. C. adenanthum (Fresen.) Desc. C. ... Cyphostemma is a flowering plant genus belonging to the family Vitaceae. ...
The genus is in the pumpkin subfamily Cucurbitoideae and in the Tribe Coniandreae. Dendrosicyos is the basal taxon within the ... Where there is no Cissus or Lycium, there is little if any regeneration. Thus, along the southern region of Socotra and on ... Dendrosicyos is a monotypic genus in the plant family Cucurbitaceae. The only species is Dendrosicyos socotranus, the cucumber ... except for seedlings protected from goats by Cissus subaphylla. The species is considered vulnerable. In Soqotri, its name is ...
The name derives from the Greek parthenos, "virgin", and kissos (Latinized as "cissus"), "ivy". The reason is variously given ... Parthenocissus /ˌpɑːrθɪnoʊˈsɪsəs/, is a genus of tendril climbing plants in the grape family, Vitaceae. It contains about 12 ... which has become attached to the whole genus. Among the middle Miocene Sarmatian palynoflora from the Lavanttal Basin Austria ...
As with the closely related Cissus, the vines climb by means of tendrils produced opposite each leaf. Minute flowers are ... however a combination of genetic and morphological features led to it being placed within the genus Clematicissus. ... "Cissus opaca (Vitaceae); Small-leaved water vine". Brisbane Rainforest Plants; Brisbane Rainforest Action & Information Network ... Clematicissus opaca was once classified as Cissus opaca, ...
"Food bodies in Cissus verticillata (Vitaceae): ontogenesis, structure and functional aspects". Ann. Bot. 103 (3): 517-24. doi: ... " "Annals of Natural History" http://www.kew.org/Glossary/pearl-bodies.htm "Piper: A Model Genus for Studies of Phytochemistry ...
Jing Ma; Shi-Jun Wang; Xue-Zhi He; Xiao-Yuan He; Shi-Min Ma (2016). "Diodonopteris, a new genus of the Paleozoic ... "X-rays and virtual taphonomy resolve the first Cissus (Vitaceae) macrofossils from Africa as early-diverging members of the ... Fossil fruit of a member of the genus Cornus related to Cornus piggae is described from the Late Cretaceous (late Campanian) ... nov.: the earliest fossil wood record of the genus Camellia (Theaceae) from East Asia". Journal of Plant Research. 129 (5): 823 ...
Clack, J.A.; Ahlberg, P.E.; Blom, H.; Finney, S.M. (2012). "A new genus of Devonian tetrapod from North-East Greenland, with ... doi:10.1007/s11430-012-4395-2. Steven R. Manchester; Iju Chen; Terry A. Lott (2012). "Seeds of Ampelocissus, Cissus, and Leea ( ... Paul D. Taylor (2012). "A new bryozoan genus from the Jurassic of Switzerland, with a review of the cribrate colony-form in ... R. V. Gorjunova; O. B. Weiss (2012). "A new genus Acupipora gen. nov. from the Upper Carboniferous of the East European ...
Both the scientific and English names refer to the resemblance of its leaves to those of Cissus, a genus in the vine family. ...
Geological history demonstrates that Pachypodium and other genera like Aloe, Euphorbia, Cissus, Sesamothamnus, Kalanchoe, and ... The genus grows in areas where there are significant periods of dry months. This dry period can vary from 5 months for ... Yet, according to Rapanarivo et al., this type of dispersal might not be the best method for the genus. The Rapanarivo study ... One common thread holds true for the genus: all Pachypodium are succulent plants making use of their trunks and their spines to ...
The larvae of subspecies subdentata have been found on plants in the genera Leea, Cayratia, Cissus, and Vitis. Larvae of ssp. ... anceus have been recorded on Cayratia clematidea, Cissus antarctica and Vitis vinifera. Acosmeryx anceus anceus (Queensland and ...
Dinter and his wife Jutta are commemorated in the genera Dintera Stapf, Dinteracanthus C.B.Cl. ex Schinz, Dinteranthus ... Cissus juttae Dinter, Hoodia juttae Dinter, Stapelia dinteri Berger, Stapelia juttae Dinter, Trichocaulon dinteri Berger and ...
Species of the genus Tetrastigma serve as hosts to parasitic plants in the family Rafflesiaceae. Leea, sometimes classified in ... and Cissus has 24 chromosomes (n=12). The family is economically important as the berries of Vitis species, commonly known as ... The family name is derived from the genus Vitis. The name sometimes appears as Vitidaceae, but Vitaceae is a conserved name and ... The Vitaceae are a family of dicotyledonous flowering plants, with 14 genera and ca 910 known species, including the grapevine ...
... an orchid genus) Anguloa (an orchid genus) Angulocaste (a hybrid orchid genus) Anigozanthos Anisacanthus Anisodontea Annona ... Cionura Cirsium Cissus Cistus (rock rose, sun rose) Citharexylum (fiddlewood) Citrofortunella (hybrid) Citrus (lime, lemon) ... hybrid orchid genus) Odontocidium (hybrid orchid genus) Odontoglossum (an orchid genus) Odontonema Odontonia (hybrid orchid ... an orchid genus) Brassaia (octopus tree) Brassia (an orchid genus) Brassica (mustard, cabbage) Brassidium (hybrid orchids) ...
... is a genus of moths of the Heliozelidae family. It was described by Walsingham and Durrant in 1909. Holocacista ... Holocacista species on Cissus integrifolia, male, Zimbabwe Holocacista species on Dyerophytum, male, UAE Holocacista species on ...
Recently, a total of 95 rust fungi belonging to 25 genera associated with 117 forest plant species belonging to 80 host genera ... Albizia Arundinaria Bambusa Bidens Blepharis Bombax Bridelia Callicarpa Canarium Canthium Catunaragam Cinnamomum Cissus ... An estimated 168 rust genera and approximately 7000 species, more than half of which belong to the genus Puccinia, are ... Other rust genera appear to be restricted to certain plant groups. Host restriction may, in heteroecious species, apply to both ...
Ivy usually refers to any plant species in the genus Hedera, in the family Araliaceae - notably common ivy Hedera helix. Ivy ... German ivy Senecio mikanioides grape ivy Parthenocissus tricuspidata ground ivy Glechoma hederacea ivy of Uruguay Cissus ...
... a genus of tropical and subtropical vines classified in the cucumber (Cucurbitaceae) family Lygodium, a genus of about 40 ... the rosary vine or sweetheart vine Cissus antarctica, the kangaroo vine Cissus hypoglauca, the water vine Citrullus lanatus var ... One odd group of vining plants is the fern genus Lygodium, called climbing ferns. The stem does not climb, but rather the ... a genus of flowering plants in the pea family Vine (disambiguation) Liana, any of various long-stemmed, woody vines Nutation ( ...
... alata and Cissus incisa are cultivated as garden plants, depending on area of the world. Succulent members of the genus ... Cissus is a genus of approximately 350 species of lianas (woody vines) in the grape family (Vitaceae). They have a cosmopolitan ... Cissus striata pictures at Chilebosque Description of the genus. ... "The effect of Cissus quadrangularis (CQR-300) and a Cissus ... Cissus repanda in Keesara, Rangareddy district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Cissus hypoglauca growing over a creek at Murramarang ...
Cissus spp. (e.g. C. hypoglauca), "water vines" Parthenocissus spp. Tetrastigma spp. Vitis spp. Lianas compete intensely with ... Described genera containing liana species include: Gnetophyta Gnetum spp. Acanthaceae Mendoncia spp. Thunbergia spp. e.g. T. ... There are also temperate lianas, for example the members of the Clematis or Vitis (wild grape) genera. Lianas can form bridges ... Faboideae (Papilionoideae) Dalbergia armata: of subtropical Africa (note: many species in this genus are trees) Derris spp. ...
... (synonym Cissus oblongata), called "kangaroo vine", is one of the best known species of the genus Cissus in ... Cissus antarctica is often used as a vine in subtropical climates, such as California, as an ornamental plant in gardens. ... Cissus~antarctica Encyclopédie des jardins d'intérieur, Gründ editor, 3rd quarter 1978, Paris, ISBN 2-7000-0228-8. ...
... is a common Australian vine. It is one of the better known climbing plants of the genus Cissus in the grape ... Cissus hypoglauca growing over a creek at Murramarang National Park, Australia young leaves of Cissus hypoglauca at Brisbane ... Cissus hypoglauca is a large woody vine. The name water-vine comes from the fact that the woody sections of the vine may be cut ... "Cissus hypoglauca". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian ...
It is one of more than 300 species forming the genus Cissus. Growing from a large tuberous rootstock and found up to 2000m, in ... Cissus cornifolia is an erect or semi-scandent woody shrub up to 3m in height belonging to the grape family of Vitaceae, and ...
... is a woody vine species in the genus Cissus found in Asia and Australia. Pallidol is a resveratrol dimer found in ... Cissus adnata on florabase.calm.wa.gov.au Hyland, B. P. M.; Whiffin, T.; Zich, F. A.; et al. (Dec 2010). "Factsheet - Cissus ... "Cissus adnata". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian ... "Cissus adnata". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States Department ...
narcissus, sarcophagus e /ɛ/. ɛ. ɛ. ɛ. e. rex. sector, error, præceptor, interregnum. Gemini, Penelope. memorandum, impedimenta ... In the taxonomic nomenclature of botany and zoology: phylum, genus, species, chrysanthemum, hibiscus, rhododendron, foetus, ...
Cissus alata and Cissus incisa are cultivated as garden plants, depending on area of the world. Succulent members of the genus ... Cissus is a genus of approximately 350 species of lianas (woody vines) in the grape family (Vitaceae). They have a cosmopolitan ... Cissus striata pictures at Chilebosque Description of the genus. ... "The effect of Cissus quadrangularis (CQR-300) and a Cissus ... Cissus repanda in Keesara, Rangareddy district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Cissus hypoglauca growing over a creek at Murramarang ...
It is one of more than 300 species forming the genus Cissus. Growing from a large tuberous rootstock and found up to 2000m, in ... Cissus cornifolia is an erect or semi-scandent woody shrub up to 3m in height belonging to the grape family of Vitaceae, and ...
Genus Cissus Antiviral Genus Level ➡ 37 citations Anticancer Genus Level Culture Initiation Site Copenhagen Botanical Garden ...
nar·cis·sus / närˈsisəs/ • n. (pl. same, -cis·si / -ˈsisī; -sē/ , or -cissuses ) a bulbous Eurasian plant of a genus that ... amaryllis genus of bulbous plants. XVIII. modl. (Linnaeus) use of L. Amaryllis, Gr. Amarullis typical name for a pretty country ... amaryllis Genus consisting of a single species of bulbous plant, Amaryllis belladona, the belladonna lily, which has several ... Narcissus (daffodils; family Amaryllidaceae) A genus of bulbous herbs whose regular flowers are borne singly or in groups on ...
Cissus is a genus of about 200 species found in tropical and subtropical regions. In Taiwan, CR is used for the treatment of ... Y. H. Wang, Z. K. Zhang, H. P. He et al., "Stilbene C-glucosides from Cissus repens," Journal of Asian Natural Products ... Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Methanol Extract of Cissus repens in Mice. Ching-Wen Chang,1 Wen-Te Chang,1 Jung- ... Y. H. Wand, Z. K. Zhang, H. P. HE et al., "Lignans and Triterpenoids from Cissus repens," Acta Botanica Yunnanica, vol. 28, no ...
Usually, the last letter (or two) of a given genus, a space, and the first few correct letters of the specific epithet will ... Cissus trifoliata (L.)L. - SORRELVINE; MARINEVINE. Citation. Citation. CISSUS TRIFOLIATA (Linnaeus) Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. ... Cissus incisa var. andrewsii Cissus incisa (Nuttall ex Torrey & A. Gray) Des Moulins, var. andrewsii E. J. Palmer, J. Arnold ... Cissus carnifolia Cissus carnifolia Urban & Ekman, Ark. Bot. 22A(8): 73. 1929.. TYPE: HAITI: Massif de la Salle, group Marne ...
Genera In Family: 15 genera, +- 800 species: especially warm regions; some cultivated (Cissus, grape ivy; Parthenocissus, ... Key to families , Table of families and genera Index to accepted names and synonyms:. , A , B , C , D , E , F , G , H , I , J ... Genus: Vitis. View Description. Dichotomous Key. Common Name: GRAPE. Stem: bark peeling; stem center brown, partitioned at ... Species In Genus: 65 species: temperate, subtropics. Etymology: (Latin: vine) Note: Vitis californica, Vitis girdiana differ in ...
Genera in family: 15 genera, ± 800 species: especially warm regions; some cultivated (Cissus , grape ivy; Parthenocissus ; ... Species in genus: 65 species: temp, subtropical. Etymology: (Latin: vine). Reference: [Olmo & Koyama 1980 Proc 3rd Intl Symp ...
rank: genus * Mollugo. rank: genus * Senna. rank: genus * Merremia. rank: genus * Cissus ...
Genus. Cissus L. - treebind, treebine. Genus. Parthenocissus Planch. - creeper. Genus. Tetrastigma (Miq.) Planch. ...
Cissus apendiculata Lombardi is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Cissus (family ...
Genus Cissus Observer. carrieseltzer Date. January 18, 2019 02:51 PM EST ...
genus, Cissus L., close to Vitis L., which includ-. +. ed the three sections ​ Eucissus, ​ Cayratia Juss. ...
There are a few ornamental climbers in the genera Ampelopsis, Cissus, Parthenocissus, and Tetrastigma, of which Parthenocissus ... About 14 genera and ca. 900 species: worldwide, but mostly in tropical and subtropical regions; eight genera and 146 species ( ... Some plants (e.g., Ampelopsis japonica, Cissus quadrangularis, and Tetrastigma hemsleyanum) are highly regarded medicines.. ...
A large genus of about 350 tropical or rarely sub-tropical species, represented by 2 species in Pakistan, one of which is ... Cissus carnosa (L) Lamk.*Cissus cinerea Lamk. = Cissus carnosa (L) Lamk.*Cissus edulis Dalz. = Cissus quadrangularis Linn.* ... Cissus carnosa (L) Lamk.*Cissus quadrangularis Linn. Related Synonym(s):. *Cayratia carnosa Gagnepain = Cissus carnosa (L) Lamk ... Cissus carnosa (L) Lamk.*Vitis quadrangularis (L.) Wall. ex W. & Arn. = Cissus quadrangularis Linn.*Vitis trifolia Linn. = ...
... but we were under the impression that all the Costa Rican representatives of the genus belonged to the "core" or "true" Cissus ... The major cosmopolitan genus Dryopteris is shown to be paraphyletic with respect to the four oligotypic paleotropical genera of ... "need to be removed from Cissus to maintain the monophyly of the genus." These authors take no taxonomic action, which would ... a key to its two genera (Blakea and the South American Chalybea), and synonymy and typology for the tribe and each genus (but ...
Cissus populnea Blue 0.53 (Chloroform) Violet 0.56 Blue 0.59 Cissus 0.65 populnea Violet 0.8 (Hexane) Violet 0.56 Blue 0.36 ... Other species of the same genus, V. trifolia, V. peduncularis and V. altissima exhibited activity on IV instar larvae of Cx. ... Cissus 0.65 Visible Blue populnea (Chloroform) Cissus 0.65 Visible Blue populnea (Hexane) Phyllanthus 0.65 Visible Violet ... Cissus populnea (Chloroform) Yellow 0 Cissus 0.65 populnea (Hexane) Orange 0.59 Phyllanthus amarus (Chloroform) Red 0.71 Yellow ...
Genus:. Cissus. Species:. alata. Family:. Vitaceae. Life Cycle:. Annual. Recommended Propagation Strategy:. Stem Cutting. ... Cissus rhombifolia Halava CC BY-SA 4.0 Cissus rhombifolia Forest and Kim Starr CC BY 2.0 Cissus rhombifolia Forest and Kim ... Cissus rhombifolia young leaf Forest and Kim Starr CC BY 2.0 Cissus rhombifolia fruit Forest and Kim Starr CC BY 2.0 bud and ...
Hjorth (1968) recorded five positive patch test reactions to members of this genus; negative reactions were recorded in 69 ... Cissus alata Jacq.. (syns Cissus pubescens Kunth, Cissus rhombifolia Vahl, Vitis alata Kuntze, Vitis rhombifolia Baker). Grape ... syns Cissus crameriana Schinz, Cissus currorii Hook.f., Cyphostemma cramerianum Desc.). Chewing a fragment of the leaf of ... Cissus sicyoides L.. (syns Cissus verticillata Nicolson & C.E.Jarvis, Vitis sicyoides Baker). Princess Vine, Season Vine, ...
Hongsanan S, Li Y-M, Liu J-K, Hofmann T, Piepenbring M, et al (2014) Revision of genera in Asterinales. Fungal diversity 68:1- ... Piepenbring M (1997) The morphology of witches brooms of Mycosyrinx cissi (Ustilaginales) on Cissus spp. (Vitaceae). Beiträge ... Piepenbring M, Yilmaz E, Weisenborn J (2013) Two new records of smut fungi for Panama and new combinations into the genus ... Kirschner R, Piepenbring M (2006) A new hyphomycete genus and species with pectinate conidia from a rainforest in Panama - a ...
Until about 70 years ago, there was only a single genus, Cissus L., close to Vitis L., which includ- ed the three sections ... C. greenwayi) These species are similar to the genera Vitis and Cissus, with a rapidly-growing stem, elongated in- ternodes and ... sis appears to show without any doubt that Cis- sus and Cyphostemma are two separate genera, of which Cyphostemma is the branch ... The genus Cyphostemma shows some significant similarities with Vitis, such as the flowers, very small and collected in racemes ...
Gliricidia sepium, A. amorphoides, S. wislizenni, Cissus sp., H. acatlensis, M. goldmanii, which are typical of open areas were ... The Balsas basin is considered to be the center of the diversity and endemism of the genus Bursera (Rzedowski et al., 2005; De- ... Gliricidia sepium, Cordia sp., Cissus sp., Havardia acatlensis, Mimosa goldmanii, Senna wislizeni, Acacia cochliacantha, ... Floristic composition. We found 4 620 individuals corresponding to 55 tree and 28 shrub species, 57 genera and 30 families ( ...
Cissus quadrangular ) has potent fracture healing property. It has antimicrobial, antiulcer, antioxidant, anti-osteoporotic, ... A genus comprise of many species and botanical name consists of Genus (uppercase) followed by Species (lowercase). Genus ... Cissus Quadrangularis (Hadjod) Medicinal Usage. Hadjod or Cissus Quadrangularis ( Cissus quadrangular ) has potent fracture ... Bionova Cissquad (Cissus Quadrangularis Standardised to Ketosteroids 40% - 500mg). *Cissus Pro 1000 (Cissus Quadrangularis 2.5 ...
Two new species of Quiinaceae (Quiina, Froesia) from the Venezuelan Guayana and some remarks on the genus Froesia Pires Volume ... Two new species of Cissus (Vitaceae) from Central and South America Volume 7, Page 182 ... Charadranaetes, a new genus of the Senecionae (Asteraceae) from Costa Rica Volume 7, Page 162 ... Two new species of Hybanthus (Violaceae) from Central America and a regional key for the genus Volume 7, Page 221 ...
These data should be investigated for other species in the genus. Eight species namely C. assamica, C. carnosa, C. elongata, C ... Several Cissus species are commonly used as traditional and modified medicines, and their chemical constituents are major point ... KEYWORDS: Cissus; inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR); medicinal plant; phytochemicals; DNA barcode; rbcL region ...
  • The pantropical genus Bauhinia , Fabaceae, known popularly as cow's foot, is widely used in folk medicine as antidiabetic. (scielo.br)
  • 2009). Leaves of the pantropical genus Bauhinia , Fabaceae, are known popularly as cow's foot due to their unique characteristic bilobed aspect. (scielo.br)
  • but on thus pinching many times the tendrils of this Cissus no curvature ensued, and I was at first falsely led to infer that they were not at all sensitive to a touch. (darwinproject.ac.uk)
  • Delimitation of the genus Margaritopsis (Rubiaceae) in the Asian, Australasian and Pacific region, based on molecular phylogenetic inference and morphology. (mobot.org)