Ipomoea


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Ipomoea

(ī-pō-mē'ă),
A plant genus of the family Convolvulaceae including the morning glory.
[L. ipomea]

Ipo·moe·a

(ī'pō-mē'ă)
A plant genus of the family Convolvulaceae.
[L. ipomea]

Ipomoea

widespread genus of poisonous vines of the family Convolvulaceae; may contain various toxins including the indole alkaloid lysergic acid, furanoterpenes, indolizidine alkaloids (swainsonine). Includes I. asarifolia (salsa), I. batatas (commercial sweet potato) if infested with fungi Fusarium solani, I. sp. aff. calobra (weir vine), I. carnea, I. fistulosa (canudo), I. muelleri (native morning glory), I. plebeia (bell-vine), I. purpurea (purple-flowered morning glory).
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Cultivar-specific effects of pathogen testing on storage root yield of sweetpotato, Ipomoea batatas.
One year aged plants of Ipomoea mauritiana were selected for this experiment which was grown in the Garden of Medicinal Plants at the Department of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, University of Development Alternative, Dhaka.
If it's climbing plants you are looking for we have Clematis, Ipomoea, Morning Glory, Nasturtium and sweet peas.
The aim of the present study was to analyse reports published on a recreational web site by Polish drug users who ingested seeds of plants belonging to the Convolvulaceae family (Argyreia nervosa and various Ipomoea species) and to compare them with available medical case reports.
Since there is constant demand for biodegradable polymeric resin for both food and non-food products, presence of an alkyd resin from Ipomoea batatas has been investigated.