Synonyms for cayaponia or Related words with cayaponia

antidesma              dasycarpa              coccinia              cocculus              vincetoxicum              echinocystis              knema              tabernaemontana              clausena              paniculatus              millettia              orbiculatus              anaphalis              thyrsiflora              melanorrhoea              touranensis              leonurus              serissa              laccifera              helenium              tinctorium              kolomikta              waltheria              odorum              androgynus              patrinia              odoratissimus              wilbrandia              agrimonia              turnera              laurifolius              laricifomes              bockii              buchanania              buchenavia              eriobotrya              trilobata              wallichii              dahurica              apocynum              hyptis              sinense              hippocratea              tetrapleura              ainsliaea              kadsura              stemona              ibervillea              celastrus              sphaerocephala             



Examples of "cayaponia"
Selysia is a genus of the gourd family. A 2011 study based on genetics placed it under the genus "Cayaponia".
Silva Manso was born in Campinas, Brazil. Silva Manso was an expert on spermatophytes and the first person to classify the genus "Cayaponia" and the species "Cayaponia espelina". He named the genus "Cayaponia" after the indigenous Cayapo people of Brazil. A genus of climbing shrubs, "Mansoa", is named after him. He began work as a painter, as his father was a painter. He began studying botany in 1819 and became a licensed physician in 1820. He was also a member of the Brazilian General Assembly from 1834–1837.
Cayaponia tayuya (tayuya) is a vine that grows in the Amazon region of South America, in the nations of Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Its roots are used in herbal medicine.
Cayaponia espelina, also known as the São Caetano melon, is a plant native to Brazil. It is a diuretic and aid in the treatment of diarrhea and syphilis. The fruits are occasionally eaten by the maned wolf ("Chrysocyon brachyurus").
The United Nations Environment Programme lists 15 possible endemic plant species, including species of the genera "Capparis noronhae" (2 species), "Ceratosanthes noronhae" (3 species), "Cayaponia noronhae" (2 species), "Moriordica noronhae," "Cereus noronhae", "Palicourea noronhae", "Guettarda noronhae", "Bumelia noronhae", "Physalis noronhae", and "Ficus noronhae".
Cayaponia is the largest genus in the gourd family Cucurbitaceae, with about 60 species. The plants are referred to as melonleaf. They are common from the southern United States to South America. Some species are also found in western Africa, Madagascar, and Fernando de Noronha, which is about 354km off the coast of Brazil. It is native the southern United States to central South America and the Caribbean islands. Most species are found in rainforests and have white or yellow-green flowers. The original "Cayaponia" were pollinated by bats, but at least two shifts to bee pollination have occurred among some of its species. This is apparently the first clade to shift from bat to bee pollination vice bee to bat pollination. A 2011 study based on genetics placed the genus "Selysia" under this genus.
"Abobra, Acanthosicyos, Actinostemma, Alsomitra, Ampelosicyos, Anisosperma, Apodanthera, Austrobryonia, Baijiania, Bambekea, Bayabusua, Benincasa, Borneosicyos, Bryonia, Calycophysum, Cayaponia, Cephalopentandra, Ceratosanthes, Cionosicys, Citrullus, Coccinia, Cogniauxia, Corallocarpus, Ctenolepis, Cucumis, Cucurbita, Cucurbitella, Cyclanthera, Cyclantheropsis, Dactyliandra, Dendrosicyos, Diplocyclos, Doyerea, Ecballium, Echinocystis, Echinopepon, Eureiandra, Fevillea, Frantzia, Gerrardanthus, Gomphogyne, Gurania, Gynostemma, Halosicyos, Hanburia, Helmontia, Hemsleya, Herpetospermum, Hodgsonia, Ibervillea, Indofevillea, Indomelothria, Kedrostis, Khmeriosicyos, Lagenaria, Lemurosicyos, Linnaeosicyos, Luffa, Marah, Melothria, Melotrianthus, Momordica, Muellerargia, Neoalsomitra, Nothoalsomitra, Papuasicyos, Penelopeia, Peponium, Peponopsis, Polyclathra, Psiguria, Pteropepon, Raphidiocystis, Ruthalicia, Schizocarpum, Schizopepon, Scopellaria, Seyrigia, Sicana, Sicydium, Sicyos, Siolmatra, Siraitia, Solena, Tecunumania, Telfairia, Thladiantha, Trichosanthes, Trochomeria, Trochomeriopsis, Tumamoca, Wilbrandia, Xerosicyos, Zanonia, Zehneria."