Synonyms for entada or Related words with entada

lannea              caffra              grewia              laxiflora              buxifolia              ellipticum              parinari              alchornea              dialium              caracasana              cymosa              randia              radlk              latifolius              cercidium              marsdenia              petiolata              marcgravia              cauliflora              salicifolia              colubrina              floribundum              mussaenda              forssk              speciosum              setigera              oblongifolia              drypetes              caulescens              cordatum              glabrescens              minutiflora              wahlenbergia              silvatica              crinitum              breviflora              corymbosa              monantha              ruscifolia              bracteata              glycosmis              populnea              sessiliflora              parsonsia              micrantha              pouteria              parvifolium              hexandra              talisia              schlechteri             

Examples of "entada"
Larvae feed on "Entada" - "Entada spicata", "Entada abyssinica", "Entada natalensis", "Acacia natalitia", "Acacia schweinfurthi", "Acacia brevispica", and "Acacia kraussiana".
The larvae feed on "Acacia mellifera", "Albizia adianthifolia", "Albizia coriaria", "Albizia schimperiana", "Entada abyssinica", "Entada leptostachys", "Entada africana", "Entada phaseoloides", "Tamarindus indica", "Acacia caffra", "Albizia sassa", "Albizia gummifera" and "Entada gigas".
The larvae feed on "Entada gigas", "Acacia mellifera", "Albizia adianthifolia", "Albizia coriaria", "Entada abyssinica", "Acacia amythethophylla", "Albizia gummifera" and "Entada sudanica".
The larvae feed on "Entada" species and "Securidaca longipedunculata".
The larvae feed on "Entada phaseoloides" and "Entada scandens". They are bright green with pale brown head. The larvae are attended by ants of the "Anonychomyrma" genus. Pupation takes place in a brown pupa with dark markings
The larvae feed on "Acacia amythethophylla", "Dalbergia boehmii" and "Entada abyssinica".
The larvae feed on the flowers of "Piptadenia africana" and "Entada abyssinica".
The larvae feed on "Adenanthera pavonina", "Griffonia simplicifolia", "Cathormium", "Dalbergia", "Entada" and "Tetrapleura" species.
The larvae feed on "Desmanthus virgatus", "Caesalpinia bonducella", "Leucaena glauca", "Mimosa" and "Entada" species.
The larvae feed on "Scutia myrtina", "Celtis durandii", "Griffonia simplicifolia", "Albizia gummifera", "Celtis gomphophylla", "Bandeiraea", "Cathormion", "Dalbergia" and "Entada" species.
Uses plant Gogo (bark) "Entada phaseoloides" as control. The positive result shows a honeycomb froth that is higher than 2 cm that persists for 10 minutes or longer.
Though the legitimate name was first published as "E. rheedii", it is often written as "Entada rheedei", honouring Hendrik Adriaan van Rheede tot Draakestein (1637–1691).
Labrys okinawensis is a bacterium from the family of Xanthobacteraceae which has been isolated from root nodule from the plant Entada phaseoloides in Okinawa in Japan.
The larvae of subspecies "tavetensis" feed on "Afzelia quanzensis", "Dalbergia nitidula", "Securidaca longipeduncularis" and "Margaritaria discoidea". Other subspecies have been recorded on "Entada" and "Afzelia quanzensis".
218. *Panigrahi, G. (1985e) Proposal to amend the type citation of 3468 Entada Adans., nom. cons. and of Gigalobium P. Browne, nom. rej. (Fabaceae). Taxon, 34: 714-715.
Bradyrhizobium iriomotense is a species of legume-root nodulating, endosymbiont nitrogen-fixing bacterium, first isolated from "Entada koshunensis". The type strain is EK05 (= NBRC 102520 = LMG 24129).
The larvae feed on "Entada abyssinica" and "Acacia abyssinica". They are associated with an unspecified ant species, living ants' nests in hollow trees. The larvae are shaped and colored like a woodlouse.
The indigenous Chontal of the Mexican state of Oaxaca use "Calea zacatechichi", a flowering plant, for oneiromancy by placing it under the pillow of the dreamer. Similarly, "Entada rheedii" is used in various African cultures.
He is commemorated in Wahlberg's eagle "Aquila wahlbergi" (Sundevall 1851), Wahlberg's honeyguide "Prodotiscus regulus" (Sundevall 1850), Wahlberg's cormorant "Phalacrocorax neglectus", Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bat "Epomophorus wahlbergi", the bush squeaker "Arthroleptis wahlbergii" Smith, 1849 (a frog), and a tree "Entada wahlbergi".
The larvae feed on "Acacia stenocarpa", "Entada abyssinica" and "Mundulea" species. Young larvae feed on the terminal shoots of their host plant, while older larvae are found on the bark. They are always attended by ants.