Adenium obesum


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Synonyms for Adenium obesum

South African shrub having a swollen succulent stem and bearing showy pink and white flowers after the leaves fall

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The Group 2 consisted of species: 1 (Terminalia avicennoides), 2 (Crotalaria arenaria), 3 (Rogeria adenophylla), 4 (Lepr Cordyla pinnata), 5 (Cymbopogon giganteus Hoscht), 6 (Hyparrhenia dissoluta), 7 (Ocimum basiculum Linn), 8 (Vernonia colorata (Willd), 10 (Combretum nigricans), 11 (Adenium obesum (Forsk), 29 (Hyptis spicigera Lam.), 33 (Piper sarmentosum), 11 (Combretum micranthum (G Don), 17 (Spondias lutea Linn), 18 (Khaya senegalensis), 20 (Trichilia emetica Vahl), 21 (Combretum glutinosum Perr), 24 (Hexalobus monopetalus (A.Rich) Engl.et Diels), 25 (Azadirachta indica), 26 ( Jatropha gossyfolia), 27 (Cassia occidentalis Linn), 28 (Adhatoda kotschyi Hochst), 29 (Boscia senegalensis (Pers.) Lam ex Poir.), 31 (Landolphia senegalensis (A.DC.) Kotsch.
Table 1: Eigenvalues and variance percentage F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 Eigenvalues 0.97 0.92 0.67 0.64 0.56 0.25 0.20 0.16 % variance 0.22 0.21 0.15 0.15 0.13 0.06 0.05 0.04 % cumulated 0.22 0.43 0.59 0.73 0.86 0.92 0.96 1.00 Table 2: Codification of species diseases Species Codification Terminalia avicennoides 1 Crotalaria arenaria 2 Rogeria adenophylla 3 Cordyla pinnata Lepr 4 Cymbopogon giganteus Hoscht 5 Hyparrhenia dissoluta 6 Ocimum basiculum Linn 7 Vernonia colorata (willd) 8 Guiera senegalensis 9 Combretum nigricans 10 Adenium obesum (Forsk) 11 Cissus quadrangularis (Linn.) Wall 12 Hyptis spicigera Lam.
Keywords: Adenium obesum Tephorosia nubica Oleandrogenin-glucosylcligitaloside Antiviral Influenza virus A/PR/8/34 (HI NT) MDCK cells MTT assay
6 Adenium obesum (Forssk.) 0.7 57.0 49.2 Roem & Schult Ref Zanamivir [R] (1 0.3 96.7 4.1 [micro]g/ml) Control (water) 100 0 0 (a.) Viable cells in the presence of influenza virus.
Giant black centipedes scurry up the cliff-dwelling desert rose (Adenium obesum), a portly tree covered in shiny rubbery bark which thins gradually and splits into skeletal branches, a fragile pink flower erupting from each tip; it's a peculiar touch of fragility in an otherwise merciless location.
Today, however, her most impressive collection comprises the desert rose, Adenium obesum, which she displays in pots clustered together near the front of the house.