ageratum


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Synonyms for ageratum

rhizomatous plant of central and southeastern United States and West Indies having large showy heads of clear blue flowers

any plant of the genus Ageratum having opposite leaves and small heads of blue or white flowers

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The composition of each plot was as follows: catnip + French marigold, ageratum + French marigold, catnip + ageratum, and native vegetation (control).
Adaptation from whitefly to leafhopper transmission of an autonomously replicating nanovirus-like DNA component associated with ageratum yellow vein disease.
Considerando a abundancia de individuos, no periodo chuvoso predominou a familia Asteraceae (55,9%) (Tabela 2), fato igualmente verificado no periodo seco (50,7%), quando ocorreu maior numero de Ageratum fastigiatum (Tabela 1).
The MBR Habitat type is dominated by Phragmites mauritianus, Ficus capreifolia, Cyperus fastigiatus, Ageratum houstonianum, Euphorbia prostrata and Helitrophium sp.
The plants include Cedar (Thuja species), African marigold, French marigold, Ageratum, Cinnamon basil (Niazboo), Karonda, Muraya exotica, Clove tree, Lemmon balm, Thyme (Janglipodina), Peppermint, Rosemary, Lemmon grass, Lavender, Garlic, Floss flower, Eucalyptus, Pitcher plant, Fern, Lantana camara and mostly medicinal plants.
AGERATUM THIS floss flower is native to Central America and comes in different pastel shades of blue and violet as well as white.
Alphasatellite was also found in association with a yellow vein disease in Ageratum conyzoides (weeds) (Saunders and Stanley, 1999).
Have you considered lifting, potting and moving ageratum, browallia, lobelia or marigold (only the French or Mexican please) indoors to extend their bloom for some weeks or months.
Vermicompost as a substrate component in Ageratum houstonianum Mill, and Petunia Itybrida E.
Aegle and palmarosa oils inhibited 21 bacteria; patchouli and ageratum oils inhibited 20 bacteria and citronella and geranium oils were inhibitory to 15 and 12 bacterial strains, respectively.
The flowers put on display included Gypsophila, Gamolepis, Acroclinium, Anchusa, Ageratum, Aster, Alyssum, Antirrhinum, Calendula, Candytuft, Corn Flower, Cineraria, Clarkia, Dianthus, Dimorphotheca, English Daisy, Gazania, and Helichrysum.
According to biologists at CEMDE, curry leaf tree, lemon and other citrus fruits, asclepias or milk weed varieties, ageratum also called white weed, nerium and bael tree attract maximum number of butterflies.
Alternately, antihyperglycemic compound or compounds present in the extract may lower blood sugar either through potentiating the pancreatic secretion of insulin or increasing the glucose uptake, as has been observed in studies with Artemisia extract and extract of Ageratum conyzoides L.