Leucas martinicensis (Jacq.) is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Leucas (family Lamiaceae). The record . In general, the crushed leaves of Leucas species are applied to wounds, sores, especially those of the eyes and nose, chronic skin diseases, such as psoriasis. Global description. Leucas martinicensis is a plant with an aromatic smell. It is erect with square shape stem and simple, opposite and decussate leaves.
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Integrated Taxonomic Information System. The manual weeding remains the method of control used in Madagascar.
East African Weeds and Their Control. Sebald Leucas lamiifolia Desf.
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An on-line version is also available. It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others. Leucas is a genus of plants in the Lamiaceae family, first described by Robert Brown in There are 3 study abstracts related to Leucas martinicensis Jacq. Retrieved 11 March The Plant List 1.
Leucas nutans Roth Spreng. Braun Phlomis caribaea Jacq. The portal will be unavailable all day on Sunday 23rd Dec for maintenance. Leucas ringoetii De Wild. It could also cover phenomena such as “plant flowering” or “chewing rates”. Dhule, Pune, Thane Karnataka: It is 12 mm long, finely pubescent and covered with numerous longitudinal wrinkles.
The corners of the stem are rounded and the sides are slightly depressed. Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses.
Leucas martinicensis By Creole Name x – 45k – jpg www. This species measures 30 cm to 1 m high. The Plants of Sudan and South Sudan: Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. However, benefits to ecosystems not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what martiincensis when the organism is removed.
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Although Leucas martinicensis is sensitive to the pre-emergence herbicides used commonly in cultivations of cotton or corn, its ability to germinate late allows it to develop after the retentive period of the herbicide.
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Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: individual images: Leucas martinicensis
The end of the calyx is formed of a large dorsal tine and 8 to 10 filiform shorter ventral tine. Wright ex Baker Sebald Leucas oligocephala Hook.
Mathew Leucas biflora Vahl Sm. Volume 3, Families J—L. This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat Other sites 2 entries edit.