Definition of Abutilon. Meaning of Abutilon. Synonyms of Abutilon

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Definition of Abutilon

Abutilon
Abutilon A*bu"ti*lon, n. [Ar. aub[=u]t[=i]l[=u]n.] (Bot.) A genus of malvaceous plants of many species, found in the torrid and temperate zones of both continents; -- called also Indian mallow.

Meaning of Abutilon from wikipedia

- Abutilon /əˈbjuːtɪlɒn/ is a large genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics of...
- Abutilon indi**** (Indian abutilon, Indian mallow) is a small shrub in the Malvaceae family, native to tropic and subtropical regions and sometimes cultivated...
- Abutilon theophrasti (velvetleaf, velvet plant, velvetweed, Chinese jute, China jute, buttonweed, butterprint, pie-marker, or Indian mallow) is an annual...
- throughout East, South and Southeast Asia. Shrubs in the genus Abutilon:Abutilon × hybridum Abutilon pictumThe shrub or small tree Dichrostachys cinerea The...
- Abutilon pictum — syn. Abutilon striatum,(disputed) and commonly known as Redvein Abutilon, Red Vein Indian Mallow, Redvein Flowering Maple, Chinese-lantern...
- Abutilon darwinii is a shrub typically growing 2 m tall, native to Brazil (South America). The flowers are pink. It is a po****r ornamental plant in...
- Abutilon giganteum (Jacq.) Sweet (as S. gigantea Jacq.) Abutilon grandifolium (Willd.) Sweet (as S. grandifolia Willd. or S. mollis Ortega) Abutilon hirtum...
- Abutilon × hybridum is a species name used for a wide variety of different types flowering plants of uncertain origin in the genus Abutilon. Because of...
- leaf", etc.) is a common name used for plants with soft-haired leaves: Abutilon theophrasti native to southern Asia Cissampelos pareira, native to tropical...
- definition the mericarps can contain one or more seeds (the mericarps of Abutilon have two or more seeds) and each mericarp can be either: Indehiscent (remaining...
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