Distribution[ edit ] Leucas aspera is commonly found throughout India and the Philippines as well as the plains of Mauritius and Java. The length of petioles is typically 2. The leaves epidermis is covered in a thick waxy cuticle and is traversed with stomata. The epidermis of the stem is covered in a thick waxy cuticle and contains few traversed stomata. Typically in younger stems the xylem tissue is radially organized and the parenchymatous pholem tissue is very narrow.
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Fenrijas National Botanical Institute, Pretoria. Dhule, Pune, Thane Karnataka: Published on the Internet http: The corolla is white; it has a simple dorsal lip and a ventral trilobed lip luecas similar size. The lamina is oval lanceolate with strongly serrated margin. The leaves give off a strong aromatic odor. Germination begins in June regardless of tillage. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Includes cues, strategies, restraints, rates. La paire ventrale est plus longue que la paire dorsale.
There are 2 Wikipedia citations related to Leucas martinicensis Jacq. Observation specific search options Observed during. Wikinews 0 entries edit. Equality of opposite leaves. The end of the calyx is formed of a large dorsal tine and 8 to 10 filiform shorter ventral tine.
Not for the casual reader. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Janokalyan Prokashani, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Wright ex Baker Sebald Leucas oligocephala Hook. Taxonomy database of the U. The stem is covered with a short reflected pubescence. Relations interorganismes dans leur environnement.
Leucas martinicensis Widespread throughout Africa, also in Madagascar and the Yemen and introduced to the neotropics Flora districts: 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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