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Definition of Moonseed

Moonseed
Moonseed Moon"seed`, n. (Bot.) A climbing plant of the genus Menispermum; -- so called from the crescentlike form of the seeds.

Meaning of Moonseed from wikipedia

- up moonseed in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Moonseed may refer to: Cocculus, a genus of woody vines and shrubs with the common name moonseed Menispermum...
- Menispermum canadense, the Canadian moonseed, common moonseed, or yellow parilla, is a flowering plant in the family Meni****ceae, native to eastern...
- contain a form of grey goo called "moonseed" that starts to change all inorganic matter on Earth into more moonseed. It also gets transferred by a NASA...
- Tinospora cordifolia (common names gurjo, heart-leaved moonseed, guduchi or giloy) is a herbaceous vine of the family Meni****ceae indigenous to tropical...
- Menispermum (moonseed) is a small genus of deciduous climbing woody vines in the moonseed family (Meni****ceae). Plants in this genus have small dioecious...
- coralbead, or snailseed, or Margil's Vine, is a perennial vine of the moonseed family (Cocculus). It is native to North America, where it is found in...
- compressipalpis - Moonseed Moth - Hodges#8534". BugGuide. Retrieved March 24, 2020. "930622.00 – 8534 – Plusiodonta compressipalpisMoonseed Moth – Guenée...
- common name moonseed is also used for the closely related genus Menispermum. Cocculus carolinus (L.) DC. – red-berried moonseed or Carolina moonseed (southeastern...
- Magnolia (Magnolia) ****nia (****nia) Malpighia (Acerola) Menispermum (Moonseed) Menziesia (Menziesia) Mespilus (Medlar) * Microcachrys (Microcachrys)...
- six accepted species in the small genus Chondrodendron, belonging to the Moonseed family Meni****ceae. It is a large tropical liana native to Central and...