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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nervosa intoxication, although some of them (fear of losing mind, increased awareness of colors) were previously associated with ingestion of Ipomoea tricolor and/or violacea (Table 2).
Both RAPD and ISSR markers separated the sweet potato accessions from an accession of another species, Ipomoea pes-caprae (UENF 1998); specific polymorphic markers confirmed the genetic diversity between these accessions.
Ipomoea carnea is a toxic plant due to the alkaloids swainsonine and calystegines, which causes animal production economic losses in Northeast Argentina.
Para tal, foram utilizadas bandejas de isopor com 56 celulas, contendo o substrato Plantmax[R] e substrato Plantmax[R] + residuo triturado de folhas secas de Ipomoea fistulosa, na proporcao 3% (p/p), formando uma camada de 4,0 cm de altura.
Ipomoeassins A-E, cytotoxic macrocyclic glycoresins from the leaves of Ipomoea squamosa from the Suriname rainforest.
The effect of Ipomoea batatas (Caiapo) on glucose metabolism and serum cholesterol in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized study.
Effect of mulch on weed infestation, soil temperature, nutrient concentration, and tuber yield in Ipomoea batatas (L.
Mosquito larvicidal properties of an indigenous plant, Ipomoea cairica Linn.
Ipomoea pes-caprae (railroad vine) was the dominant species in summer and fall and a co-dominant in spring.
This paper considers the efficiency and effectiveness of Ipomoea aquatica (Forsk) for treatment of wastewater in constructed-wetland systems in Nigeria.
In a sunny, sheltered spot, plant out half-hardy climbers such as ipomoea (morning glory), cobaea scandens (cup and saucer plant) and eccremocarpus scaber (Chilean glory vine).
The sweetpotato, Ipomoea batatas, ranks as the seventh-largest food crop in world production.