Brunfelsia


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genus of tropical American shrubs grown for their flowers followed by fleshy berrylike fruits

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La intoxicacion provocada por el genero Brunfelsia se ha reportado en caninos y felinos de Australia y Norteamerica (7, 10, 11, 16), asi como en Uruguay (17), siendo responsables las especies B.
En el caso particular del genero Brunfelsia, para ciertas especies se ha podido caracterizar quimicamente al alcaloide, tal es el caso de brunfelsamidina, una sustancia convulsivante aislada de Brunfelsia grandiflora (19).
Brunfelsia (Solanaceae): A genus evenly divided between South America and ratiation on Cuba and other Antillean islands.
Other plants are added to the mixture depending on the tribal customs and region, including chiricsanango, or Brunfelsia grandifolia; sacha ajo, or Mansoa alliacea; limon, or Citrus limon, and others.
Rubiaceae) (Jasmin del cabo), Brunfelsia australis Benth.
Brunfelsia and Brugmansia may sound like the names of fairytale twins -- or siblings to the cruel Queen Brunhilda.
The flowers of Brunfelsia, commonly known as yesterday-today-and-tomorrow, change color from royal purple to lavender to bridal white.
Porem, dentre outros aditivos, citam-se especies psicoativas como: Anadenanthera colubrina, Brunfelsia sp, Myristica fragrans, Cola acuminata e especies do genero Cyperus sp, da familia botanica Ciperaceae, conhecidas por danda ou junca.
This mutable habit, she says, makes the rose an interesting companion for Brunfelsia pauciflora 'Floribunda', a shrub that exhibits purple, lavender, and white flowers simultaneously.
Browallia, Brunfelsia, Nierembergia, Petunia, Reyesia, Salpiglossis, Schwenkia, Solandra, and Triguera.
En el estrato arbustivo, de densidad variable, se encuentran Brunfelsia australes, Byttneria urticifolia y Ephedra tweediana.
For instance, consider Brunfelsia maliformis, a yellow flowering relative of the popular shrub known as yesterday-today-and-tomorrow (Brunfelsia pauciflora) because its flowers turn from purple to lavender to white in a matter of days.
Eyma (bark) Simaroubaceae: Picramnea latifolia Tulasne (leaf, root) Smilacaceae: Smilaxfebrifuga Kunth, (leaf, root; stem) Solanaceae: Brunfelsia grandiflora D.
PHOTO : For a shady spot, brunfelsia is worth searching for.
The Latin name of yesterday-today-and-tomorrow is Brunfelsia pauciflora ``Floribunda.