Acalypha is a genus of flowering plants in the family Euphorbiaceae. It is the sole
genus of the .... Tools. What links here · Related changes · Upload file · Special
Noun, 1. Acalypha - a genus of herbs and shrubs belonging to the family
Euphorbiaceae. genus Acalypha · rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous
The genus Acalypha is in the family Euphorbiaceae in the major group
Angiosperms (Flowering ... See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for
Acalypha (family Euphorbiaceae) A genus of shrubs and small trees in which the
flowers are unisexual and apetalous, males having elongate, twisted ...
what is plant biographies ... abies is derived from the genus name Abies meaning
'like plants in that (fir) genus'. ... Acalypha [genus name] is derived for some
authorities from an ancient Greek name akalephe used for 'a nettle' the leaves of
mercury definition: The definition of Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. ...
any of a genus (Mercurialis) of plants of the spurge family; an edible European
plant ... Any of several weedy plants of the genera Mercurialis and Acalypha.
Chenille plant is dioecious, meaning that the staminate (male) and pistillate (
female) flowers are on separate plants. .... to the family Euphorbiaceae, the
subfamily Acalyphinae, and the genus Acalypha. .... What is a biological
Definition of genus Abies in the AudioEnglish.org Dictionary. Meaning ... "When
what you want doesn't happen, learn to want what does. ... GENUS ACALYPHA.
Chenille Plant can be grown on a porch, and brought indoors during cold
weather. It is a very showy specimen in a hanging basket with its fluffy red tassels
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bloom ... Acalypha hispida, commonly called chenille plant, is a beautiful
flowering ... Genus name comes from the Greek name for nettles because of the
... Specific epithet means bristly in probable reference to the bristly nat...