Definition of Ficus. Meaning of Ficus. Synonyms of Ficus

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Definition of Ficus

Ficus
Ficus Fi"cus, n. [L., a fig.] A genus of trees or shrubs, one species of which (F. Carica) produces the figs of commerce; the fig tree. Note: Ficus Indica is the banyan tree; F. religiosa, the peepul tree; F. elastica, the India-rubber tree.

Meaning of Ficus from wikipedia

- fig Ficus neriifolia Sm. Ficus palmata Forssk. Ficus pandurata Hance Ficus ischnopoda Miq. Ficus simplicissima Lour. (synonym Ficus hirta Vahl) Ficus triloba...
- Ficus benjamina, commonly known as weeping fig, benjamin fig or ficus tree, and often sold in stores as just ficus, is a species of flowering plant in...
- from Cl****ical Latin ficus (fig or fig-tree). Italian has fico, directly derived from Latin ficus. The name of the caprifig, Ficus caprificus Risso, is...
- seven varieties (and two forms of Ficus microcarpa var. microcarpa) which were regarded as synonyms under the name of Ficus microcarpa in the latest[which...
- Ficus religiosa or sacred fig is a species of fig native to the Indian subcontinent and Indochina that belongs to Moraceae, the fig or mulberry family...
- (130,000 sq ft) and is about 400 years old. The Plant List, Ficus benghalensis Linnaeus. "Ficus benghalensis L." Germplasm Resources Information Network...
- of 12–16 feet (3.7–4.9 m). In Namibia, O. ficus-indica is a common drought-resistant fodder plant. O. ficus-indica grows in many frost-free areas of the...
- illustration of Ficus elastica trained as a living bridge Ficus elastica leaf on the left compared to Ficus lutea on the right The figs of F. elastica Ficus elastica...
- statement". National post (Toronto). Figweb: Ficus lyrata Care Ficus Lyrata benifits All about how to fertilize Ficus lyrata Huxley, A., ed. (1992). New RHS...
- banyan (Ficus pertusa) is native to Central America and northern South America, from southern Mexico south to Paraguay. The shortleaf fig (Ficus citrifolia)...
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