Shrub Family Description Herbs,subshrubs or shrubs,often aromatic. Stems usually quadrangular. Leaves simple,rarely pinnatisect or compound,opposite and usually decussate or rarely whorled. Stipules absent.
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Shrub Family Description Herbs,subshrubs or shrubs,often aromatic. Stems usually quadrangular. Leaves simple,rarely pinnatisect or compound,opposite and usually decussate or rarely whorled. Stipules absent. Inflorescence of cymes,often condensed,paired and appearing as whorls verticillasters ,in spike-like,capitate or paniculate arrangements,ocassionally cymes pedunculate and lax,forming a panicle. Bracts caducous or persistent;bracteoles present or absent. Flowers usually hermaphrodite.
Calyx usually 5-lobed,bilabiate to regular or oblique. Corolla gamopetalous,regular to zygomorphic, lobed. Stamens 4,equal or varying in length or 2 with 2 staminodes;anthers 1-orcelled. Ovary superior,4-lobed,becoming 4-celled,each locule containing 1 basally attached ovule. Style completely gynobasic arising from base of ovary between lobes or only partially gynobasic,2-lobed or rarely punctate.
Fruit of 4,usually dry,one-seeded nutlets,included in persistent calyx Genus Description Shrubs. Leaves petiolate,crenulate to serrulate. Inflorescence of numerous,slender spikes,arranged in a panicle;verticillasters dense,many-flowered. Calyx deeply divided into 5 equal subulate teeth. Corolla slightly bilabiate,5-lobed,lowest lobe broader and larger than others. Sramens 4,exserted;antehrs 1-celled. Style subequally bifid. Nutlets ellipsiod,pilose at apex.
Species description Shrub,1. Leaves elliptic to ovate elliptic, x 3. Spikes 1. Calyx 0. Corolla whitish,1. Stamens 4,exserted by c 1. Nutlets c 0.
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Mikalrajas Safety Profile No safety profile has been reported for this herb. Opposiifolia to 20 x 6 cm, elliptic, acuminate, crenulate, base acute to acuminate, nerves ca. Or, Login with your user account:. General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat. Send a request for permission. Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records.
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