Definition of Bryonia alba. Meaning of Bryonia alba. Synonyms of Bryonia alba

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Definition of Bryonia alba

Bryonia alba
Bryonin Bry"o*nin, n. (Chem.) A bitter principle obtained from the root of the bryony (Bryonia alba and B. dioica). It is a white, or slightly colored, substance, and is emetic and cathartic.

Meaning of Bryonia alba from wikipedia

- Bryonia alba (also known as white bryony or wild hop) is a vigorous vine in the family Cucurbitaceae, found in Europe and Northern Iran. It has a growth...
- Yorkshire. Bryonia acuta Desf. (formerly sometimes included in B. cretica) Bryonia alba L. – white bryony Bryonia aspera Steven ex Ledeb. Bryonia cretica...
- Mandragora found in the Mediterranean region, or from other species, such as Bryonia alba, the English mandrake, which have similar properties. The plants from...
- species of Mandragora let alone Mandragora officinarum; for example, Bryonia alba, the English mandrake, is explicitly mentioned in some sources. As of...
- White bryony may refer to: Bryonia alba Bryonia dioica, also known as red bryony This page is an index of articles on plant species (or higher taxonomic...
- type species of the genus Mandragora turcomanica, Turkmenian mandrake Bryonia alba, known as false mandrake and English mandrake Mandragora (novel), 1991...
- America Basella alba, the Malabar spinach, a perennial vine species found in the tropics Bidens alba, an Asteraceae plant species. Bryonia alba, the white...
- Kinuboila Wild Pumpkin White Bryony. White Grape Cucurbita foetidissima Bryonia alba Vitis a compound of kinu "dog" and oboila "apple", akin to Lithuanian...
- or Mediterranean mandrake Mandragora turcomanica, Turkmenian mandrake Bryonia alba, English mandrake or white bryony Podophyllum peltatum, American mandrake...
- in July. They feed on nectar of Bryonia dioica. This species is host-specific to white bryony (Bryonia alba, Bryonia dioica) (Cucurbitaceae), in which...