genus Thunbergia

noun
a genus of herbs or vines of the family Acanthaceae
Syn: ↑Thunbergia
Hypernyms: ↑asterid dicot genus
Member Holonyms: ↑Acanthaceae, ↑family Acanthaceae, ↑acanthus family

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  • Thunbergia alata — Taxobox name = Black eyed Susan vine regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida subclassis = Asteridae ordo = Lamiales familia = Acanthaceae genus = Thunbergia species = T. alata binomial = Thunbergia alata binomial… …   Wikipedia

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  • Thunbergia laurifolia — Taxobox name = Laurel clock vine image width = 250px image caption = Flowers of Thunbergia laurifolia regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida subclassis = Asteridae ordo = Lamiales familia = Acanthaceae genus = Thunbergia …   Wikipedia

  • Thunbergia — noun a genus of herbs or vines of the family Acanthaceae • Syn: ↑genus Thunbergia • Hypernyms: ↑asterid dicot genus • Member Holonyms: ↑Acanthaceae, ↑family Acanthaceae, ↑acanthus family …   Useful english dictionary

  • Thunbergia — ID 84139 Symbol Key THUNB Common Name thunbergia Family Acanthaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity N/A US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution FL, HI, PR, TX, VI Growth Habit N/A …   USDA Plant Characteristics

  • Thunbergia alata — noun tropical African climbing plant having yellow flowers with a dark purple center • Syn: ↑black eyed Susan, ↑black eyed Susan vine • Hypernyms: ↑vine • Member Holonyms: ↑Thunbergia, ↑genus Thunbergia …   Useful english dictionary

  • thunbergia — /thun berr jee euh/, n. any of various plants, vines, or shrubs belonging to the genus Thunbergia, of the acanthus family, native to Africa and southern Asia, having variously colored flowers and often cultivated as ornamentals in warm regions.… …   Universalium

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