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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for divaricata

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Eremophila divaricata As suggested by its common name, spreading emu bush has arching branches which often extend to ground level. It is a tough, hardy plant, resistant to disease although not to predation by kangaroos, however the shrub recovers from even the harshest pruning. It is easy to propagate from cuttings and can be grown in a range of soils, including heavy clay. Its natural habitat suggests it can handle long dry spells followed by occasional flooding and it can survive the most severe frosts.
Pseudopostega divaricata The length of the forewings is 3.5–4.8 mm. Adults have been recorded in January and November.
Gibbula divaricata Gibbula divaricata, common name the divaricate gibbula, is a species of small sea snail, known as top snails or top shells, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
Gibbula divaricata The length of the shell between 12 mm and 24 mm. and is 16 mm to19 mm wide. The conoidal shell is imperforate or narrowly perforate. It is very thick and solid, cinereous. The color of the shell is yellowish or green. It is longitudinally marked with rose-red lines, often oblique or broken into square dots. The spire is more or less elevated. Its outlines are rather convex. The six whorls are encircled by numerous lirulae, the upper ones flattened. The sutures are slightly impressed, but scalariform specimens with deep sutures are frequent. The body whorl is rounded at the periphery and on the base. The aperture is rounded-quadrate. The outer lip is bevelled to an edge, very thick and
Gibbula divaricata smooth within. The pearly columella is straightened in the middle. The umbilicus is narrow or concealed.
Pauridiantha divaricata Pauridiantha divaricata is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Cameroon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Tabernaemontana divaricata In mainland South East Asia an infusion of the roots is used as an antipyretic. In the Malay Peninsula a sweetened infusion of the leaves is used as a cough medicine, the pounded roots are applied externally for eye diseases (unspecified) and an unspecified part of the plant is mixed with other herbs to make a medicinal snuff for treating nasal ulcers. In Indonesia a decoction is used as an astringent anti-diarrheal. On Ambon Island the root is used to treat internal poisoning (poison unspecified), kidney stones and (in combination with two other plants) lumbago. On the Mentawai Islands, west of Sumatra, the latex is one of the ingredients in an arrow poison.
Aristida divaricata Aristida divaricata is a species of grass known by the common name poverty threeawn. It is native to the Americas from the central United States to Guatemala. It is a perennial grass forming clumps of unbranched stems up to 70 centimeters tall. Leaves are mostly basal and roll along the edges. The sparse inflorescence is a wide, flat, open array of spikelets that break apart easily. The grain has a twisted tip and three awns up to 2 centimeters long.
Larrea divaricata In Bolivia, an extract of "L. divaricata" has been used as a abortifacient. Since this plant is suspected of being used as an adulterant in preparations of "chapperal", a herbal remedy made from "L. tridentata", the use of that substance during pregnancy and lactation is not advised.
Larrea divaricata An aqueous extract has been shown to have antimicrobial properties against "Helicobacter pylori", a Gram-negative bacterium found in the stomach and known to be associated with gastritis, peptic ulcers, and stomach cancer.