Facts About. Indian heliotrope is native to Asia and invasive in parts of the United States. Its distribution just barely includes New England, collections having. Nov 19, H. indicum is common in tropical countries, being a major weed of sugarcane in Indonesia and the Philippines (Holm et al., ) and of maize. Descriptions and articles about the Indian Heliotrope, scientifically known as Heliotropium indicum in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Comprehen .
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Whole plant x – k – jpg uvalde. A few natural enemies, especially pathogens, have been recorded, mostly in India, apparently with little importance. Phytosociological investigation of the rice field weeds of Duliajan Assam.
A revised treatment of Boraginaceae for Panama. Plant odor the plant does not have much of a smell. Annual or perennial, erect herb, up to 1.
It has small white or purple flowers with a green calyx; five stamens borne on a corolla tube; a terminal style; and a four-lobed ovary. Full Key All other flowering non-woody plants All other heliotroipum, flowering dicots Heliotropium indicum. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands. Heliotropium indicum Conservation status.
Indian heliotrope, turnsole En. Habitat terrestrial New England state Massachusetts Specific habitat man-made or disturbed habitats. There are 6 Wikipedia citations related to Heliotropium indicum L.
Mortality supposedly due to intoxication by pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Heliotropium indicum in a horse population in Costa Rica: H ovalifolium in West Africa has much smaller, densely hairy leaves.
Heliotropium indicum Heliotropium indicum leaves x – 28k – jpg www. Studies in the Boraginaceae, VII.
A taxonomic revision of Heliotropium Boraginaceae in Australia. Furthermore, they showed wound healing activity in rats. Habitat Top of page H.
External application to promote wound healing and to fight infections seems less hazardous, but more research is needed. It is widely considered a weed of fields and pastures. Cancer Treatment and Report 66 7: Kissmann KG; Groth D, Medicinal and poisonous plants 1. Veterinary Quarterly 21 2: Plantes et animaux utiles de Madagascar.
Flora Zambesiaca Management Committee. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Heliotropium curassavicum. It is widespread and common throughout Africa. Flowers bisexual with five sepals, lanceolate, mm long; Corolla lilac to occasionally white. It has a hairy stem, bearing alternating ovate to oblong-ovate leaves.
Johnston, ; Burkart, It indkcum not occur in colder regions. Some aspects of the incidence of weeds in Cuba.
Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 7 3: Inflorescence internodal, an unbranched and very rarely dichotomous helicoid cyme, the peduncle portion cm long, pubescent, the fertile portion cm long. Paul Lechevalier, Paris, France. Title Seedling Caption Six-leaf seedling. The lower surface of the leaves prominently veined, the upper surface coarsely rough and grooved.
Usually the plant attains a height of 1 m, but ibdicum it may grow as tall as 1.
Its ability to grow in periodically wet or partiailly flooded situations enables it to establish in crops under conditions where weeds sensitive to excess water could not endure.
This page was last edited on 28 Novemberat It is native to Asia. Chemistry and Industry For heliotfopium uses Heliotropium indicum is exclusively collected from the wild.
Heliotropium indicum – Useful Tropical Plants
Indian Farming, 19 3: Sometimes Confused With Heliotropium amplexicaule: The name suggests an Asiatic origin, and some sources heliotrolium example, Holm et al. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 79 2: Can you please help us?
The lower surface of the leaf is pubescent, acute or acuminate, margin with shallow undulating teeth, the base narrowing and extending down along the petiole to form wings on both sides. Lazarides M; Hince B, eds. An efficient enantioselective synthesis of indicine N-oxide, an anti-tumor pyrrolizidine alkaloid.
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