Synonyms for laportea or Related words with laportea

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Examples of "laportea"
Laportea is a genus of plants in the family Urticaceae.
The larvae feed on "Urera hypselodendron" and "Laportea ovalifolia".
The larvae feed on "Laportea peduncularis", "Pouzolzia mixta" and "Obetia tenax".
The larvae mostly feed on woody plants, including "Humulus lupulus", "Populus tremuloides", "Laportea canadensis" and "Rubus".
The larvae feed on "Pouzolzia parasitica", "Urera trinervis", "Laportea" and "Boehmeria" species.
The larvae feed on "Laportea podocarpa". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Laportea aestuans (Urtica aestuans), the West Indian woodnettle, is an annual herb of the Urticaceae or nettle family.
The larvae feed on "Laportea" species. Two reported hosts, alder and butternut, are incorrect.
The larvae feed on "Urtica", "Laportea peduncularis", "Urera trinervis", "Urera hypselodendron", "Obetia tenax", "Pouzolzia procridioides", "Pouzolzia parasitica" and "Fleurya mitis".
The larvae feed on "Laportea podocarpa", "Urera flamigniana", "Urera gravenreuthii", "Urera thorneri", "Pouzolzia denudata", "Urera hypselodendron" and "Adenia" species.
False nettle ("Boehmeria cylindrica"), hops ("Humulus"), wood nettle ("Laportea canadensis") American elm ("Ulmus americana"), and nettle ("Urtica").
Race "bolina" breeds on "Sida rhombifolia", "Elatostemma cuneatum", "Portulaca oleracea", "Laportea interrupta", "Triumfetta pentandra", and "Asystasia" species.
Laportea peduncularis, the River Nettle, is a herbaceous plant in the family Urticaceae. It is consumed for its anti-inflammatory effects.
Laportea urentissima is a species of plant in the Urticaceae family. It is found in China and Vietnam. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The larvae feed on "Theobroma cacao", "Tectona grandis", "Ficus exasperata", "Ficus aspersifolia", "Ficus sycomorus", "Laportea peduncularis", "Fleurya ovalifolia" and "Boehmeria" species.
Plants of the nettle family (Urticaceae) including stinging nettle ("Urtica dioica"), tall wild nettle ("U. d. gracilis"), wood nettle ("Laportea canadensis"), false nettle ("Boehmeria cylindrica"), pellitory ("Parietaria pennsylvanica"), mamaki ("Pipturus albidus"), and possibly hops ("Humulus").
Traditional medicine is also used for childbirth and infertility. One study, which conducted interviews with Trinidadians over a four-year period from 1996-2000, found the use of the following plants for childbirth and infertility: "Mimosa pudica", "Ruta graveolens", "Abelmoschus moschatus", "Chamaesyce hirta", "Cola nitida", "Ambrosia cumanenesis", "Pilea microphylla", "Eryngium foetidum", "Aristolochia rugosa", "Aristolochia trilobata", "Coleus aromaticus", "Laportea aestuans" and "Vetiveria zizanioides".
Laportea canadensis, commonly called Canada nettle or wood-nettle, is an annual or perennial herbaceous plant of the nettle family Urticaceae, native to eastern and central North America. It is found growing in open woods with moist rich soils and along streams and in drainages.
"Laportea canadensis" grows from tuberous roots to a height of 30 to 150 centimeters, and can be rhizomatous, growing into small clumps. Plants have both stinging and non stinging hairs on the foliage and the stems. It has whitish green flowers, produced from spring to early fall.
The plant species "Alpinia rechingeri", "Areca rechingeriana", "Balaka rechingeriana", "Berberis rechingeri", "Carduus rechingeri", "Carex rechingeri", "Celsia rechingeri", "Euphrasia rechingeri", "Galeopsis rechingeri", "Guillainia rechingeri","Laportea rechingeri", "Lycianthes rechingeri", "Mariscus rechingeri", "Masdevallia rechinergiana", "Melolhria rechingeri", "Oncidium rechingerianum", "Ophrys rechingeri", "Pandanus rechingerii", "Pelasites rechingeri", "Piper rechingeri", "Primula rechingeri", "Schomburgkia rechingerana", "Solanum rechingeri", "Syzygium rechingeri", "Tylophora rechingeri" and "Wedelia rechingeriana" are named after him.