Definition of Vinca minor. Meaning of Vinca minor. Synonyms of Vinca minor

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Definition of Vinca minor

Vinca minor
Periwinkle Per"i*win`kle, n. [OE. pervenke, AS. pervince, fr. L. pervinca.] (Bot.) A trailing herb of the genus Vinca. Note: The common perwinkle (Vinca minor) has opposite evergreen leaves and solitary blue or white flowers in their axils. In America it is often miscalled myrtle. See under Myrtle.

Meaning of Vinca minor from wikipedia

- vinca minor (common name s lesser periwinkle or dwarf periwinkle) is a species of flowering plant native to central and southern europe
- vinca (ˈ , v , ɪ , ŋ , k , ə latin : vincire 'to bind, fetter') is a genus in the two of the species, vinca major and vinca minor , are
- vinca major, with the common name s bigleaf periwinkle, large periwinkle, greater to the larger size in respect of the similar vinca minor l.
- vincamine is a monoterpenoid indole alkaloid found in the leaves of vinca minor , comprising about 25-65% of the indole alkaloids found
- its name is derived from the lesser periwinkle or myrtle herb (vinca minor ) which bears flowers of the same color. the color periwinkle
- majdine is a bio-active isolate of vinca minor and vinca herbacea. external links : http://www. ncbi. nlm. nih. isomajdine from vinca herbacea waldst.
- tombozine is an alkaloid found in vinca minor . category:vinca alkaloids.
- akuammicine is an alkaloid found in vinca minor and aspido**** . notes: http://www. ncbi. nlm. nih. gov/pubmed/17252481 alkaloids from
- group, which were discovered in the 1950’s by a canadian scientist and are derived from plants in the family vinca minor , or the periwinkles.
- vinca minor or lesser periwinkle. vinca herbacea or herbaceous periwinkle. in other uses: periwinkle (color), a pale shade of blue