Synonyms for mikania or Related words with mikania

sessiliflora              lonchocarpus              randia              micrantha              radlk              lancifolia              corymbosa              grewia              pedicellata              longiflora              oblongifolia              laxiflora              cleome              balansae              porophyllum              divaricata              floribundum              bracteata              thyrsiflora              cephalanthus              glabrescens              latifolium              weinmannia              uliginosa              salicifolia              ellipticum              tylophora              tabernaemontana              multifida              sericea              gaertn              heliotropium              speciosum              flexuosum              triflora              microphylla              salicifolium              microcarpa              turcz              oppositifolia              auriculata              candicans              acutifolia              lanceolatum              laurifolius              laurifolia              pauciflora              saprosma              alchornea              zamia             



Examples of "mikania"
The species "Mikania laevigata" and "Mikania glomerata", also known as guaco, are popular in herbal medicine.
Mikania natalensis, the Natal Mikania, is a plant in the Asteraceae family, and is native to Africa.
"Mikania natalensis" is superficially similar in appearance to "Chromolaena odorata", which is an alien invader species in the natural habitat of "Mikania natalensis". The butterfly "Actinote thalia" was considered for the biological control of "Chromolaena odorata" in southern Africa, but permission to release this control agent was not sought because the larvae were found to consume the leaves of "Mikania natalensis".
"Condylidium", "Conoclinium", "Critonia", "Cronquistianthus", "Eutrochium", "Fleischmannia", "Flyriella", "Hebeclinium", "Koanophyllon", "Mikania", and "Tamaulipa".
Mikania cuencana is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Economic gains due to Mikania are meager compared to the loss due to its infestation in various ecosystems. It is used as a fodder in many countries. Sheep preferentially grazed Mikania in Malaysia and other cattle also relish it. In Kerala, India, the weed is utilized as a fodder in some parts of the state, especially during summer when availability of grass is scarce. However, Mikania is known to cause hepatotoxicity and liver damage in dairy cattle. The antibacterial effect of Mikania and its efficacy in wound healing has been reported. In Assam (NE India), Kabi tribes use the leaf juice of Mikania as an antidote for insect bite and scorpion sting. The leaves are also used for treating stomachache. Use of juice of Mikania as a curative agent for itches is reported from Malaysia. However, in all such cases therapeutic evidences are scarce or lacking. In Africa, Mikania leaves are used as a vegetable for making soups. The weed is used as a cover crop in rubber plantations in Malaysia. It is also planted on slopes to prevent soil erosion. Mikania green manure has been reported to increase the yield of rice in Mizoram, India. Recent studies have shown that Mikania is not suitable for mulching and composting due to its high water content. http://www.fao.org/forestry/13376-05d702161c15b1e3defa6bf9c8e6c4f82.pdf
Mikania harlingii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania millei, the "poroto angu", is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania pulverulenta is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania stereolepis is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania is a genus of about 450 species in the boneset tribe within the sunflower family.
"Mikania" (440), "Ageratina" (290), "Stevia" (200), "Chromolaena" (165), "Koanophyllon" (120), "Brickellia" (100), and "Fleischmannia" (95).
Mikania iserniana is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania jamesonii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania seemannii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
"Mikania" is a problem in Nepal, covering more than 20% of the Chitwan National Park.
The larvae feed on "Mikania" species, "Eupatorium odoratum" and "Chromolaena odoratum".
Mikania chimborazensis is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania iodotricha is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Mikania tafallana is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.