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]
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I slowly chewed and "mouth absorbed" my daily ration of raw, peeled Ipomoea batatas, wondering if anything would ever happen.
The presence of endophyte fungi has been demonstrated in species of Astragalus, Oxytropis, Swainsona and Ipomoea (BRAUN et al., 2003; PRYOR et al., 2009; HAO et al., 2012; COOK et al., 2013).
Through the phytosociological analysis performed at 28 DAE in 2011/12, a lower frequency of weeds was observed for the treatment with sorghum cover compared to the infesting weed Ipomoea spp., highlighted in all treatments.
This pest was observed on young and mature Ipomoea batatas (L.) (Solanales: Convolvulaceae) leaves in Diamantina, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
The sweet potato leaf folder, Brachmia macroscopa Meyrick, 1932 (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) is one of the most dangerous herbivores of economic crops (e.g., Ipomoea batatas L., I.
The results reveal that the sweet potato is more closely related to one wild species, known as Ipomoea trifida, than any other, suggesting that both evolved from a common ancestor.
Spanish flag, or Ipomoea lobata, will bring some sunshine to the garden with its spectacular flowers, which start flame-red at the tip and fade to cream.
The most species-rich genera overall were Dioscorea (ten species), Ipomoea, Heteropterys, and Serjania (five each); Dioscorea and Serjania were present in both vegetation types, while Heteropterys and Ipomoea were present only in SDF (Table 1).
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The plants used in this research are Megaphrynium macrostachyum (Marantaceae), Corchorus olitorus (Tiliaceae), Ricinodendron heudelotii (Euphorbiaceae), Gnetum bucholzianum (Gnetaceae), and Ipomoea batatas (Convolvulaceae).