Synonyms for cleome or Related words with cleome

oppositifolia              floribundum              randia              lonchocarpus              lasiantha              grewia              sessiliflora              monantha              pedunculata              parvifolium              mikania              capparis              rotundifolium              lancifolia              bracteata              wahlenbergia              radlk              latifolium              polygonoides              millettia              corymbosa              acutifolia              micrantha              microphyllum              edule              eriantha              saprosma              tylophora              laxum              calliandra              microcarpa              thyrsiflora              sericea              multifida              densiflorum              alchornea              microphylla              decne              stenophylla              fruticosa              alatum              paniculatum              elatum              chaerophyllum              scandens              mussaenda              oblongifolia              involucrata              limnophila              glabrescens             

Examples of "cleome"
The larvae feed on "Capparis", "Cadaba" and "Cleome" species.
Cleome rutidosperma commonly known as Fringed Spider Flower or Purple Cleome is a species of flowering plant in the genus "Cleome" of the family "Cleomaceae", native to Tropical Africa. This species is an invasive weed throughout most lowland wet tropical areas of Asia and Australia. It is a very common weed of lawns.
Cleome hassleriana, commonly known as spider flower, spider plant, or pink queen, is a species of flowering plant in the genus "Cleome" of the family Cleomaceae, native to southern South America in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southeast Brazil.
Recent DNA studies have failed to separate "Cleome", "Podandrogyne", and "Polanisia" from each other, so some taxonomists have abandoned the last two of these genera, treating them as part of "Cleome" "sensu lato".
Cleome ornithopodioides or bird spiderflower is the type species of the genus "Cleome" which is part of the family Cleomaceae or Brassicaceae. The species epithet means "birds-foot like" (ornithopodi + oides).
Species of "Cleome" are commonly known as spider flowers, spider plants, spider weeds, or bee plants.
Spider flower may refer to plant species within the genus "Cleome" including:
The genus "sensu stricto" includes about 170 species of herbaceous annual or perennial plants and shrubs. The genus has a subcosmopolitan distribution throughout the tropical and warm temperate regions of the world. However, a recent DNA study failed to separate "Cleome", "Podandrogyne", and "Polanisia" from each other, so some taxonomists have abandoned the last two of these genera, treating them as part of "Cleome" "sensu lato"; in this case, "Cleome" contains about 275 species, the vast majority of the Cleomaceae.
Plants in cultivation have at times been misidentified as "Cleome arborea", "C. pungens" or "C. spinosa".
Cleome sparsifolia is a species of cleome known by the common names fewleaf cleome and fewleaf spiderflower. This annual wildflower is native to California and Nevada where it grows in desert sand. This is an erect, branching plant not exceeding a meter in height. Its sparse leaves are each made up of 3 thick, oval-shaped leaflets. The bright yellow flowers have curving petals and long stamens tipped with knobby anthers. The fruit is a capsule up to 4 centimeters long.
Glenea cleome is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1867.
"Cleome gynandra" is considered an invasive weed in many places in the U.S. and elsewhere in the Pacific.
Podandrogyne is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cleomaceae. They are closely related to genus "Cleome".
"Cleome gynandra" uses NAD-malic enzyme type C4 photosynthesis and has the characteristic traits associated with this including changes in "leaf biochemistry, cell biology and development". "Cleome gynandra" is closely related to "Arabidopsis thaliana" (a C3 photosynthetic plant) and therefore offers comparison with this well studied model organism.
Peritoma arborea (formerly "Isomeris arborea", syn. "Cleome isomeris"), is a perennial shrub or bush in the spiderflower family (Cleomaceae) known by the common names bladderpod, burrofat, and California cleome. It has yellow flowers in bloom all months of the year. It has a foul smelling odor from chemicals it produces to discourage insects from eating it.
Cleome is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cleomaceae. Previously, it had been placed in the family Capparaceae, until DNA studies found the Cleomaceae genera to be more closely related to the Brassicaceae than the Capparaceae. The APG II system allows for "Cleome" and the other members of the Cleomaceae to be included in the Brassicaceae.
The larvae feed on "Epicastrum arabicum", "Zilla spinosa", "Caylusia", "Dipterygium", "Erucastrum", "Moracandia", "Diplotaxis", "Cleome" and "Ochradenus" species. The pupae have a facultative diapause of at least four years.
Cleome viscosa, the Asian spiderflower, (Malayalam: കാട്ടുകടുക്) is an annual herb, up to a meter high. It belongs to family Capparidaceae. It is commonly found in rainy season.
Pseudomonas turbinellae is a Gram-negative bacterium that causes bacterial leaf spot. It was first isolated on "Cleome monophylla". The type strain is ATCC 12446.
174. Mishra, S.C. and Panigrahi, G. (1982) Cleome aspera Koenig ex DC. – a new record for Orissa. Ind. Journ. For., 5(2): 153-154; fig.1.