Duboisia

The alternate, glabrous leaves are narrow and elliptical. The inflorescence is an open cymose panicle of apically small white flowers, sometimes with a purple or mauve striped tube. They flower profusely in spring. The fruit is a small, globular, black, juicy berry. The nicotine, scopolamine and hyoscyamine-containing leaves of Duboisia are the ac...
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Duboisia

• (n.) Same as Duboisine.
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Duboisia

Du·bois'i·a noun [ New Latin ] (Medicine) Same as Duboisine .
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Duboisia

A native Australian rainforest tree; also known as Corkwood. Scientific name: Duboisia myoporoides, family Solanaceae.
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