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Definition of L moroides

L moroides
Nettle Net"tle, n. [AS. netele; akin to D. netel, G. nessel, OHG. nezz["i]la, nazza, Dan. nelde, n["a]lde, Sw. n["a]ssla; cf, Lith. notere.] (Bot.) A plant of the genus Urtica, covered with minute sharp hairs containing a poison that produces a stinging sensation. Urtica gracitis is common in the Northern, and U. cham[ae]dryoides in the Southern, United States. the common European species, U. urens and U. dioica, are also found in the Eastern united States. U. pilulifera is the Roman nettle of England. Note: The term nettle has been given to many plants related to, or to some way resembling, the true nettle; as: Australian nettle, a stinging tree or shrub of the genus Laportea (as L. gigas and L. moroides); -- also called nettle tree. Bee nettle, Hemp nettle, a species of Galeopsis. See under Hemp. Blind nettle, Dead nettle, a harmless species of Lamium. False nettle (B[ae]hmeria cylindrica), a plant common in the United States, and related to the true nettles. Hedge nettle, a species of Stachys. See under Hedge. Horse nettle (Solanum Carolinense). See under Horse. nettle tree. (a) Same as Hackberry. (b) See Australian nettle (above). Spurge nettle, a stinging American herb of the Spurge family (Jatropha urens). Wood nettle, a plant (Laportea Canadensis) which stings severely, and is related to the true nettles. Nettle cloth, a kind of thick cotton stuff, japanned, and used as a substitute for leather for various purposes. Nettle rash (Med.), an eruptive disease resembling the effects of whipping with nettles. Sea nettle (Zo["o]l.), a medusa.

Meaning of L moroides from wikipedia

- Dendrocnide moroides, also known as the stinging brush, mulberry-leaved stinger, gympie gympie, gympie, gympie stinger, stinger, the suicide plant, or...
- bicyclic octapeptide, has been isolated from Dendrocnide moroides (also called Laportea moroides) and Celosia argentea. The structure of moroidin was confirmed...
- Bulbophyllum moroides is a species of orchid in the genus Bulbophyllum. The Bulbophyllum-Checklist The Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia...
- Dendrocnide spp. Dendrocnide excelsa (giant stinging tree) Dendrocnide moroides (gympie-gympie) Dendrocnide peltata (stinging tree, jelaton) Girardinia...
- tree), can grow to over 40 metres in height, but the dangerous Dendrocnide moroides (gympie-gympie) is only shrub-size. In Vanuatu, where Dendrocnide species...
- few species that can eat the leaves of the stinger plant (Dendrocnide moroides) which can cause extreme pain with human casualties needing to be hospitalised...
- Adiga PR, Sarma PS (1964). "The Isolation and Characterization of β-N-Oxalyl-L-α,β-diaminopropionic acid: A Neurotoxin from the Seeds of Lathyrus sativus"...
- hairs to protect against herbivory, e.g. in Urtica dioica and Dendrocnide moroides (Urticaceae). Special leaves on carnivorous plants are adapted for trapping...
- on 21 February 2011. Retrieved 6 December 2010. "Lantana (Lantana camara L.)". University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Archived from the original...
- Bosser 1989 Bulbophyllum morenoi Dodson & R.Vásquez 1989 Bulbophyllum moroides J.J.Sm. 1917 Bulbophyllum morotaiense J.J.Sm. 1932 Bulbophyllum morphologorum...
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