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dayflower

Herbal medicine
A perennial herb native to Asia, which is diuretic and has been used for diarrhoea, flu, urinary infections and sore throats.
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Reducao do teor de N nas folhas de Ipomoea nil foi observada quando em competicao com o clone CNBOOl, da ordem de 40%, sendo o teor de nitrogenio por Commelina diffusa afetado negativamente pelos dois clones.
castanea, Tillandsia recurvata, Commelina tuberosa, Dahlia coccinea, Salvia mexicana, Peperomia galioides, Clematis dioica, Geranium seemannii, ademas de algunas especies de ambientes xerofiticos de origen tropical como Bursera cuneata, Asplenium praemorsum, Cheilanthes bonariensis, Ch.
Otro de los factores que pueden haber aumentado las reservas de C en el sistema agroforestal de 12 anos del sector Santa Teresa de Pachiza, fue la presencia de una cobertura vegetal llamada Commelina sp de tipo higroscopico.
Commelina erecta (erect dayflower) is a species native to much of the eastern and southern U.S.
Linnaeus coined Commelina after three members of the Dutch family Commelin, two of whom had prospered.
Expression of the Commelina yellow mottle virus promoter in transgenic oat.
The soils of Asclepias curassavica (Asclepiadaceae), Commelina benghalensis (Commelinaceae), and Polygonum glabrum (Polygonaceae) contained spores of AM fungi in spite of the plants being nonmycorrhizal.
Cho, "Anti-hyperglycemic activity of Commelina communis L.: inhibition of [alpha]-glucosidase," Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, vol.
The plants named dayflower belong to the Commelinaceae family, genus Commelina, composed of approximately 205 species (JOSEPH; NAMPY, 2012).