Definition of Olea Americana. Meaning of Olea Americana. Synonyms of Olea Americana

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Definition of Olea Americana

Olea Americana
Olea O"le*a, n. [L. olive. See Olive.] (Bot.) A genus of trees including the olive. Note: The Chinese Olea fragrans, noted for its fragrance, and the American devilwood (Olea Americana) are now usually referred to another genus (Osmanthus).

Meaning of Olea Americana from wikipedia

- Olea (/ˈoʊliə/ OH-lee-ə) is a genus of about 40 species in the family Oleaceae, native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the Middle East, southern...
- Cartrema americana, commonly called American olive, wild olive, or devilwood, is an evergreen shrub or small tree native to southeastern North America...
- The olive, known by the botanical name Olea europaea, meaning "European olive", is a species of small tree in the family Oleaceae, found traditionally...
- Ochna holstii (Red ironwood) Oldfieldia africana (West African ironwood) Olea capensis (**** Black, Forest, Bushveld or False, **** ironwood, South...
- (Hopea odorata) Black ironwood (Krugiodendron ferreum) Black ironwood, olive (Olea spp.) Lebombo ironwood Androstachys johnsonii Catalina ironwood (Lyonothamnus...
- maculatum (Araceae) Wild cu****ber, Marah macrocarpus (Cucurbitaceae) Wild olive, Olea oleaster (Oleaceae) Winter cherry, Solanum pseudocapsi**** (Solanaceae) Yellow...
- Fraxinus nigra Blue ash – Fraxinus quadrangulata Cane ash – Fraxinus americana European ash – Fraxinus excelsior Green ash – Fraxinus pennsylvanica lanceolata...
- Phytolacca americana (American pokeweed), and Syzygium spp, garlic, etc. It was first studied and isolated from several plants, including Olea europaea...
- Kiwano / Horned melon Cu****is metuliferus Luffa Luffa cylindrica Olive fruit Olea europaea Pumpkin Cucurbita Pointed gourd Trichosanthes dioica Ridged gourd...
- additions to the meager fare of hard-weather birds. figs (Ficus) wild olive (Olea) wild cherries (Prunus) nettle trees (Celtis) tree fuchsias (Halleria) dogwoods...
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