Synonyms for marsdenia or Related words with marsdenia

drypetes              tylophora              alchornea              peduncularis              ehretia              pergularia              caffra              paniculatum              mussaenda              uniflora              randia              oblongifolia              corymbosa              tenuifolium              sessiliflora              flexuosum              cercidium              floribundum              chamaesyce              secamone              ellipticum              auriculata              caracasana              chrysantha              parsonsia              lannea              celastroides              laevigatum              coronopifolia              caulescens              breviflora              cuneifolia              latifolium              thyrsiflora              serpyllifolia              lepidota              insulare              auriculatum              laxiflora              inerme              monantha              deflexa              laurifolius              acutum              glabrescens              oleoides              alseodaphne              monanthotaxis              sepiaria              parviflorus             



Examples of "marsdenia"
The larvae had been recorded on "Marsdenia sp.", "Marsdenia volublis" ("Apocynaceae"), "Tylophora asthamatica", "Tylophora ovata" and "Tylophora indica", an "Asclepiadaceae".
The larvae feed on "Tylophora anomala", "Tylophora stolzii", "Cynanchum chirindense", "Gymnema" (including "Gymnema sylvestre"), "Marsdenia" (including "Marsdenia angolensis" and "Marsdenia racemosa") and "Secamone" (including "Secamone africana" and "Secamone parviflora").
Marsdenia cundurango is a species of plant of the genus "Marsdenia" with the common name Condurango. It is native to Peru and Ecuador in South America.
transferred to other genera "(Blepharodon, Marsdenia)"
transferred to other genera "(Jasminanthes, Marsdenia)"
The larvae feed on a wide range of plants including "Parsonsia" (including "Parsonsia straminea" and "Parsonsia velutina"), "Heterostemma papuana", "Heterostemma acuminatum", "Hoya australis", "Leichardtia", "Marsdenia" (including "Marsdenia velutina"), "Secanome carnosum", "Secamone elliptica", "Tylophora", "Cryptostegia grandiflora", "Cynanchum carnosum" and "Cynanchum leptolepis".
Food plants: "Marsdenia roylei", W "Asclepias curassavica", "Cynanchum caudatum", "C. grandifolium", "C. sublanceolatum", "Hoya carnosa", "Marsdenia tinctoria", "M. tomentosa", "Metaplexis" spp., "Tylophora aristolochioides", "T. floribunda", "T. japonica", "T. ovata", "T. tanakae".
The larvae feed on "Tylophora" (including "T. anomala"), "Marsdenia", "Cynanchum", "Gymnema" and "Secamone" species.
"Marsdenia suaveolens" resprouts after bushfire, and has been recorded setting fruit five months after a burn.
The larvae feed on "Theobroma cacao", "Cynanchum", "Acridocarpus" (including "Acridocarpus smeathmanni") and "Marsdenia" species.
moved to other genera "(Cionura, Marsdenia, Metaplexis, Strophanthus, Telosma, Tylophora, Vallaris )"
The larvae feed on "Triaspis glaucophylla", "Dregea angolensis", "Marsdenia angolensis", "Acridocarpus", "Tristellateia" and "Ficus" species.
The larvae feed on "Pergularia extensa", "Pergularia daemia", "Daemia", "Hoya", and "Marsdenia rubicunda".
"Marsdenia suaveolens" is foraged upon by caterpillars of the common crow ("Euploea core")
Indigenous medicinal system recognizes "H.isora" as “Avartani” or “Mrigshringa”, often confused with Murva (another Ayurvedic drug "Marsdenia tenacissima" (Asclepiadaceae).
The larvae feed on "Tylophora stolzii", "Tylophora anomala", "Marsdenia racemosa", "Gongronema latifolium", "Cynanchum", "Gymnema" and "Secamone" species.
Marsdenia robusta is a species of plant in the Asclepiadaceae family. It is endemic to Yemen. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry shrubland.
The larvae feed on a wide range of plants, including "Sphedamnocarpus pruriens", "Triaspis macropteron", "Dregea", "Indigofera", "Marsdenia", "Acridocarpus" and "Combretum" species.
The larvae feed on "Tylophora anomala", "Tylophora stolzii", "Gymnema", "Marsdenia", "Secamone", "Cynanchum chirindense", "Cyanchum abyssinicum", "Cynanchum medium", "Cynanchum nigrum", "Cynanchum natalitium" and "Cynanchum vincetoxicum".
"Marsdenia cundurango" is known to contain conduritol, a cyclitol or cyclic polyol. It was first isolated in 1908 by K. Kübler from the bark of the vine.