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Definition of E trifoliata

E trifoliata
Genip Gen"ip, n., or Genip tree Genip tree 1. Any tree or shrub of the genus Genipa. 2. The West Indian sapindaceous tree Melicocca bijuga, which yields the honeyberry; also, the related trees Exothea paniculata and E. trifoliata.

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- Ptelea trifoliata, commonly known as common hoptree, wafer ash, stinking ash, and skunk bush, is a species of flowering plant in the citrus family (Rutaceae)...
- The trifoliate orange, Citrus trifoliata or Poncirus trifoliata, is a member of the family Rutaceae. Whether the species should be considered to belong...
- Angostura trifoliata is a medicinal plant native to South America. Its bark is commonly misconstrued as being used in Angostura brand bitters, which is...
- Gillenia trifoliata (common names Bowman's root and Indian physic) is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae, native to eastern North America...
- in the family Menyanthaceae containing the single species Menyanthes trifoliata. The name Menyanthes comes from the Gr**** words menyein, meaning "disclosing"...
- Tiarella trifoliata, commonly called threeleaf foamflower, laceflower, or sugar-scoop, is a dicot in the family Saxifragaceae. It is native to the low...
- Derris trifoliata is a plant species in the genus Derris, Family - Leguminosae It is known as "Karanjvel" in Marathi - local language of Maharashtra, India...
- Tiarella trifoliata (laceflower, threeleaved foamflower), northwestern North America Many hybrids are known and cultivated. Tiarella trifoliata habit Tiarella...
- claim to fame is its unusual hardiness. With the exception of Poncirus trifoliata, it is the hardiest citrus plant, tolerating both moderate frost and damp...
- centre of the wing, as in the elms (genus Ulmus), the hoptree (Ptelea trifoliata), and the bushwillows (genus Combretum). In other cases the seed is on...
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